Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Top of the World Ma-Ma

Gratuitous Lena Headey image time.
Ma-Ma of PeachTrees

It's -5C here this evening and the snow lies thick. I'm content listening to Jailbreak album by Thin Lizzy, I do like the BBC session stuff on the deluxe edition.

I must say that Shetland oatcakes by Walls Bakery is a treat with Jarlsberg cheese. Mug of hot tea obligatory.

Let's be having your current music playlists?
Recommendations?



9 comments:

Steve said...

Currently enjoying Lena as the poisonous Cersei in Game Of Thrones season 2... a boxed set I am enjoying immensely.

John Medd said...

1 Deg and falling here. The Number One Son and his Fair Maiden are stopping with us for a few days - we're fed and watered and remembering a great lady who sadly died last night.

These albums have recently been coming up again and again. Diamond's contains some choice cuts (as you'd expect), not least a beautiful tune called 'Save Me A Saturday Night'.

Chris Sherburn & Denny Bartley: Lucy Wan
Neil Diamond: 12 Songs
Jinski: Down Here
The Sweet: Level Headed
Nick Lowe: Dig My Mood

Toast said...

Not that cold just 100 miles south of you and no snow as yet. A hot mug of tea does sound like a good idea though.

Playlist? Mainly Adele's "21" and Faith No More's brilliant first album, "Introduce Yourself", but I feel the need for some Saxon before snoozing tonight.

She Was A Princess of the Night!

Ole Phat Stu said...

-15°C and heavy snow this morning, but there should be a thaw next week :-)

Just watching Nina Hagen sing Seaman on YouTube; even better than the Rammstein cover :-)

Frank Christopher Schroeder said...

Watching The Third Man online.

Playlist:

Metallica - Remember Tomorrow
Helloween - Ride The Sky
The Cult - Love Removal Machine
Accept - Princess Of The Dawn
AC/DC - What's Next To The Moon

Löst Jimmy said...

Thank you one and all for your contributions here, I'm delighted at the variety as usual!
Steve - Cersei I'd happily fall under her spell, however poisonous
John - sorry for your loss
Thank you for the great diverse playlist it's always a treasure hunt for me to seek out
Toast - I'm not familiar with Faith No More, do they include rap lines in their music?
Stu - Nina & Apocalyptica version is top notch indeed
Frank - thanks for this classic selection, & that's my favourite Accept song!

Toast said...

Rap lines? Not really, although there is the odd miniscule nod to hip hop. Try this track on for size: http://youtu.be/AQ2wTCdwBtY

Löst Jimmy said...

Hip hop!
Whaaat!
Vic won't like it!

Toast said...

Only the merest hint of an insubstantial echo of hippity hop on a couple of tracks. Mostly it's just good old ROCK!