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Timeless Richrich_leeds64 wrote: ↑Sat Sep 29, 2018 11:20 amI received £500 from work for 30 years service and I was looking to put it towards a new watch, after shopping round I picked a Raymond Weil Tango chronograph priced at £1,095 in all the high st jewellers but I found it online with Bradley’s for £547, 50% cheaper.... ordered and arrived 2 days later..... delighted with it. All i need to do now is learn how to tell the time!!
Absolutely loving this album, wonderful crafted pop music from Lily1964white wrote: ↑Wed Oct 10, 2018 5:31 pmLily Allen 'It's Not Me, It's You - I know, I know I know but I really enjoy some of the female singers of late such as Rita Ora, Janelle Monae, Beyonce, I even like a song being constantly played on the radio by Little Mix took a chance on this CD as I do like a couple of Allen's songs
I'll be searching out the charity shops as I often see her cd's going for 50p/£1
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Yes I enjoy quite a few of those modern-day female vocalists
1964white wrote: ↑Thu Nov 08, 2018 7:15 pmPicked up a decent Chuck Berry compilation on MCA records for 50p, an artist who was sadly lacking in my collection. Berry was a pioneer of rock 'n' roll & a massive influence on so many artists.
The Stones & the Beatles covered several of his songs. Over the years Lennon, Springsteen, Dylan & Ted Nugent paid homage to the great man.
No Particular To Go has always been a favourite of mine.
Shame his only No.1 'My BLEEDIN' Ding-a-ling features on the CD i purchased
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I think I might have that Food for Thought EP in my loft Dalton. I have most of their early stuff. I saw them a couple of times at the Ipswich Gaumont and at Wembley Arena in the 80's. I'm moving house in the new year so will be emptying the loft at some point so will have a look
A lot of old vinyl in record shops are around that price, a lot of it is in poor condition too.
I think it's a matter of being in charity shops at the right time