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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Added my favourite Marianne Faithfull song, she’s in hospital with Coronavirus
    She was my crush as a teenager
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    Went for 5 of my favourite cover versions, 5 indie tracks, 5 pulled randomly from my playlists and 5 live songs.

    Looking forward to delving into this more.

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    Just added a few little fun ones.

    Crabsody in Blue was on the original vinyl of Let There Be Rock, but AC/DC were asked to replace it for CD and later. They put Problem Child on, but that was from the Dirty Deeds sessions and the production is totally different so it is a sore thumb on the album. So for your joy the original track is returned.

    Plus an EPIC version of Crazy Horses by Lawnmower Deth. Only good thing the Osmonds ever did and smothered in East Midlands lunacy and the smell of freshly chopped meadows it is even better.
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    I've just added something very special.

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    Time to get a bit bluesy this afternoon.
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    If Chilean-French hip hop is your thing (and why wouldn't it be?), then I've just added 1977 by Ana Tijoux.

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    Ludovico Einaudi. Just chill to the best classical piano composer of our time.
    Carole Baskin is to blame.

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    Is this full now? Just tried to add the new Brighteyes song (itís excellent btw) but it wonít let me.
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    I've just added a track, seems fine.

    I believe you're allowed up to 10,000 tracks in a playlist and we haven't reached 1,500 yet (still a great response!) so that shouldn't be the issue.

    Have you tried turning it off and turning it back on again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    I've just added a track, seems fine.

    I believe you're allowed up to 10,000 tracks in a playlist and we haven't reached 1,500 yet (still a great response!) so that shouldn't be the issue.

    Have you tried turning it off and turning it back on again...
    Doesnít seem to like Shazam adds , so I guess you are kinda right.

    Careful, with this level of technical knowledge you will soon be usurping Paddy as the forumís technical expert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Doesn’t seem to like Shazam adds , so I guess you are kinda right.

    Careful, with this level of technical knowledge you will soon be usurping Paddy as the forum’s technical expert.
    I've taken that honour following a Zoom call last night, taking me a while to figure out turning up the speaker volume helps with video calls!

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    You're younger than me as well

    Fortunately I never had to use any audiovisual equipment when I was teaching in Germany. Everyone knows that in a classroom setting, every teacher in the world will immediately forget how to use anything.
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    Cant go wrong with a bit of chalk. Unless you are wearing black trousers. Then it can go very wrong indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    You're younger than me as well

    Fortunately I never had to use any audiovisual equipment when I was teaching in Germany. Everyone knows that in a classroom setting, every teacher in the world will immediately forget how to use anything.
    Ha. Great fun for the student though!
    Over the next three travel updates, up to the end of February, WHO continued to advise against travel restrictions, even as evidence mounted over the potential worldwide catastrophe that may result from the coronavirus.
    And that remains the position today. As the infections increased, deaths mounted, WHOís travel advice remained essentially unmoved..

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    Who put King of the Doghouse on the playlist? Never expected to see that on there and can’t think for a minute who’d have added it.
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    FFS, Booz, this high horse you're on lately is bewildering.

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    Who, what, when, where?

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    Maybe I was looking at songs it was recommending for me, I thought it was fucked up someone putting that on there.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    FFS, Booz, this high horse you're on lately is bewildering.

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    I didn't even know what it was, I was worried it was something horribly offensive

    Then I saw it was a Francis Rossi solo album and realised I was right to worry.
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    Thin ice my boy, thin ice.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    FFS, Booz, this high horse you're on lately is bewildering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Who, what, when, where?

    That Kingmaker song I added is a tune.
    Oh my god! Whitney's dead? How's Michael Jackson taking it?

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    Mate, you're getting comedy like that for free.

    You should be grateful.
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