The lads (T.P.M) who made the brilliant “all the boys on the dole” track way back in 2015 have gone for a totally different style!
I gotta admit when i first heard it i didn’t get it, but after a couple of listens and some research, its a fantastic cover version of a great song.
Their version is just fantastic;
its a cover version of a a folk tune by Hamish Imlach.
I remember making the grid logo on my copy books at school
When i first heard tracks from KLF in the 90’s there was just something magic about the sound they were making. I couldnt write enough about how great KLF were/are in the 90’s but heres one of there songs thats awesome;
The first time i heard this song on the radio way back in 1994/5 on the 2FM Peter Collins show. This song was just incredible at the time and still is now, its a classic.
There are so many versions of this classic song its hard to get the original!
There are just some songs you like and some you dont but this is a real gem from the 90’s that i always remember.
Not a song you want to really listen to but its the one from Fr ted as Tommy Tiernan is at the back of the bus.
I think this might be one of the most depressing songs ive ever heard and its put to good use in this Fr Ted scene.
Never liked this song but eastenders had it playing in the background today and it was one of those 90’s tunes i wish i didnt remember!
The most relaxing song in the world-scientificlaly proven and if your thinking huh well yeah i was too but there are many articles on this track.
Even when you google “relaxing song reduces anxiety stress” you get the same song and its easy to see why.
A new study by US researchers has revealed that playing the “world’s most relaxing song” before surgery could be just as beneficial for calming a patient’s nerves as medication.
Patients in the trial were either given the drug midazolam or played the song “Weightless” by the British ambient band Marconi Union for three minutes, while having an anaesthetic to numb a region of the body.
The song performed well as a sedative in the study of 157 people, although patients said they would have preferred to choose their own music.
Marconi Union – Weightless