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Layali

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  1. My Funny Valentine - Frank Sinatra
  2. Black Velvet - Alannah Miles
  3. We had some of those shows in France (dubbed of course) I liked sci-fi shows: Space 1999 (link already posted) Twilight Zone (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NzlG28B-R8Y) Buck Rogers (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1obwMjzUY9M&...feature=related) Thanks for that video from The Time Tunnel, I had forgotten about this one!
  4. Found it I think It was called "Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set And Go Out And Do Something Less Boring Instead?" The show has its page on the BBC website : http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/classic/titles/whydontyou.shtml
  5. I discovered Led Zep through Led Zep II on vynyl (that was my father's) in the late 70's but I never listened their music regularly until the late 80's (I was 12 I think). I bought my own Led Zep II vynyl in a flea market in 1994. I remember I especially liked the "surround" effects in Whole Lotta Love.
  6. I know the feeling... and now that I've read your comment that song is going to be stuck in my head for the whole day ! :'(
  7. I don't know who are the greatest, I'll just give my favourites Guitarists: 1. David Gilmour 2. Jimmy Page 3. George Harisson 4. Slash 5. The Gipsy Kings Drummers: 1. John Bonham 2. Michael Giles 3. Stewart Copeland 4. Carl Palmer 5. Michael Lee Funny thing is I'd vote Led Zeppelin members number one of their category, except for the guitar. Edit: I agree with you Docron, I could definitively have put Tom Morello somewhere in my list. And thanks Jarlaxe for reminding me of Mike McCready
  8. Sorry, I should have elaborated my answer. I was refering to the recent stories that make the headlines in London newspapers at the moment. I've just moved to London and I'm quite surprised by what I read and heard. I thought it was fair (since you raised the question of cultural differences) to point out that violence doesn't need guns to be carried out. Now, the news aren't that tragic around Paris, then again, media are what they are and you never know what's really going on, are you? I think we need another thread in "Ramble on"
  9. If that is correct (which I don't doubt) it would nevertheless look a bit strange for France alone. Pink Floyd has always been the most popular by far until the 90's when Queen really swarmed radios. From those three, Queen is probably still the band which is the more often broadcasted on radios. Led Zeppelin is more less on air and almost always with Strairway to Heaven, still considered too long by some radios. A huge majority of people have known the Kashmir riff from the Godzilla soundtrack only. Concerning sales there is a chart of the top selling artists in France (estimated) between 1995 and 2006 here. (Pink Floyd is #20, Queen is #47 and Led Zep #142) Thanks to all of you for sharing your stats by the way
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