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Lockdown albums

Discussion in 'Folk & Celtic' started by Green Rosetta, Apr 25, 2020.

  1. Green Rosetta

    Green Rosetta Junior Member

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    Best albums ever probably. Both of them are golden:hab:

     
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    I haven't heard that in yrs , i had an uncle that was a big audiophile that played that a lot ... rabid Zappa/Mothers fan... anyways im finishing this one.
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    This has been beside the turntable a while..best played loud when wifey is out!
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    From 1978.
     
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    I saw Rose Tattoo play live in London when they were supporting RAINBOW back in 1981 on Rainbow's Difficult to cure tour.

    The band came out on stage at the Finsbury Park Astoria (better known as the Rainbow back in the 1970s & 1980s) and played a few numbers then in between one song Angry Anderson shouted into his mic to the mass or Rainbow and Ritchie Blackmore fans-

    "It's our job to warm you f**kers up!!."


    They had a few albums out during the early 1980s in the UK and from vague memory they played a 'dirty KIND OF rock & roll' but I caught up with them in the 1990s I think it was and they were then a kind of 'biker metal band' with Angry Anderson fronting a band of long haired greasy bikers which were actually pretty good musically (if you like biker metal?) although all the band members themselves weren't the pretties bunch of dudes i'd ever seen ha ha ha...
     
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