What are you listening to in 2024 and why might anyone be interested?

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OMD - Dazzle Ships - CD (1983)

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New album by John Bramwell,sounding great,seeing him live in a couple of weeks,looking forward to it.

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‘Let’s RAWK’…(Superior 2nd album imho).

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McCartney - Chaos and Creation in the backyard

One of those CDs that I just go back to. There’s so much here.

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From 2002, a double CD of black-polo-necked MOR jazz-soul cool from Roy, Tab and Trevor. Contains the immortal “On A Clear Day You Can See Forever”. Of course it does!

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OMD - Junk Culture - CD (1984)

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Cat Stevens - Mona Bone Jakon (2020 Mix)
From the 50th Anniversary Box Set

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…Just checking.

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John Mayer - The Search For Everything.

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Cat Stevens - Live at Plumpton Jazz, Blues & Pop Festival 8th August 1970
From the Mona Bone Jakon 50th Anniversary Box Set

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What the future looked and sounded like in 1977.

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Duran Duran. Ordinary World, from The Wedding Album 1993. Almost certainly their best song and with powerful lyrics. On repeat.

“Then one day we were jamming all together in the room with headphones and Warren and I collided chord-ically and melodically, which sent a little shiver down our spines. Simon came up with a melody on top of what we were playing and it became “Ordinary World.” At that point, we knew we had something VERY special. It is rare to find something unique and powerful and emotional - and Simon nailed that lyric, probably the best of his career.” Nick Rhodes.

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Toshiba 4CD set.

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