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Senior discount
at 08:32 15 Jul 2023

Forgive me if this has been covered somewhere else, but I've turned 60 this year and along with my shiny tube/bus pass I was wondering what age you have to be before you get discounts on tickets at LR. Also - how do they verify your age? Thanks
New Year music
at 22:54 31 Dec 2020

Let's get this year going. Pure rock n roll.

[Post edited 31 Dec 2020 22:58]
Desert island discs
at 14:29 24 May 2020

Sure it's been done before. But keen to hear lfw choices

Mine are

* Strawberry Fields Forever (Lennon/McCartney)
* Shine on you crazy diamond (Gilmour/Waters)
* Mother Earth (Young)
* Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands (Dylan)
* Angie (Jagger/Richards)
* She's The One (Springsteen)
* Tubular Bells (Oldfield)

Bob Dylan
at 15:02 14 Apr 2020

Any fans out there? Would be interested to hear your top 5, and reasons. Rules: one song per album.

Mine are:

* Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands (1966). Perfection. Elgeiac, wistful, beautiful. I would defy you to find 11 minutes of 'popular' music more poignant.

* Desolation Row (1965). Lyrically up there with TS Eliot and Thomas Hardy. Stark and oppressive, but lures you into to its hypnotic melody.

* Tangled Up In Blue (1975). Probably the best 'ending of relationship' song ever written. Unbearably sad.

* With God on our Side (1963). Voltaire: 'Good people do bad things, bad people do bad things. It takes religion for otherwise good people to do bad things.'

* Sara (1976). Probably the second best 'ending of relationship' song. Rips your guts out.

[Post edited 14 Apr 2020 15:03]
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