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The pfm Spotify Playlists

Discussion in 'music' started by Gerard124, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

    Not bad, I'll nick the ones I haven't got. I can stick up one of my soul playlists of 400 tracks - 24 hour listening if you are an insomniac. Did you catch "Soulboy" on iPlayer - bogging storyline but some great dancing and music.
     
  2. pap247

    pap247 pfm Member

    Can never have too much soul, If you haven't seen Craig Charles live it is definitely worth a trip. Will check out the "Soulboy" sounds up my street! Look forward to your soul playlist.
     
  3. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

  4. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

    Try this, only 453 tracks I'm afraid :). Saw Craig Charles live about 4 years - great bass sound, very enjoyable.

    https://open.spotify.com/user/gassor/playlist/5pWp8NTvfKrhj2wpGm3SKl
     
  5. TurnItUp

    TurnItUp pfm Member

    Nice, love exploring others playlists
     
  6. Ryonan

    Ryonan pfm Member

    enjoying the new playlists here!!!
     
  7. brucew268

    brucew268 pfm Member

    What do you mean, "new playlists"? I don't see anything posted since 2015. When I click on the link it tries to open Spotify on the web and not go to it in the Spotify app. Do I have to log in to Spotify web in order to find or use these playlists?
     
  8. DaddyDJ

    DaddyDJ pfm Member

    Nice to see Wooden Shjips make it onto that playlist.
    I have seen them live plenty of times they make a great noise!
     
  9. Tony Hendrix

    Tony Hendrix Fall mountains,just don't fall on me.

    Hi guys,newbie here,some good stuff posted,cheers.
    Dunno if this website is of any use to anyone,you can submit your own playlists to it and also search for stuff you like to hear.
    http://playlists.net
    When you click on a playlist it opens up on Spotify straight away.
    My own playlists are rock n pop,so be my guest.
    https://open.spotify.com/user/tonyhendrix9/playlist/0ck9Z2br5kkOFt3xNiibS5?si=Hqpw3DK6THObZsfxLCEH2w
    https://open.spotify.com/user/tonyhendrix9/playlist/1HvsUTfD7JT2EPCgnhRMv2?si=8X2CbwlIRGCnBEw9EL_DUg
     
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  10. Tony Hendrix

    Tony Hendrix Fall mountains,just don't fall on me.

    Meant to add this place,most of you will probably have used it before,if not,enjoy.
    Tip,use MP3 if using an iPad or Android and WMA if it's a computer.
    Sometimes it can take ages until you come to the band you want to hear,just keep scrolling it should be there.
    http://tela.sugarmegs.org
     
  11. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

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  12. Jono_13

    Jono_13 Duffer

  13. pickwickpapers

    pickwickpapers ‘It wasn’t the wine, ... It was the salmon.‘

    god bless the child - youtube compilation of Jarrett trio performances - must have seen them that year at the festival Hall.
    all better for me than the studio recording which I found a bit sterile and clunky (sorry Jack!).


    on same youtube page - great Montreux performance of Black Market by Weather Report - Shorter really 'playing'.
    never really understood the supposed 'rhythm section' problems the group was supposedly beset by prior to Peter Erskine coming in on drums.
    Alex Acuna on this one, and great apart from one OTT bit. Pastorious more muted than in his starring yrs, and the better for it imo.
     
  14. asp3

    asp3 Active Member

  15. Curtis

    Curtis pfm Member

    Just added what I consider some of the best hiphop tracks made from the best lyricist’s that have blessed the mic.
     
  16. Jimin

    Jimin pfm Member

    Enjoying these playlists, thanks! I've been vinyl only for years, with the odd cd, but with two teenage daughters I've been dragged into the digital age. Just getting the hang of Spotify, the variety and sheer amount of artists I've never come across before is staggering. Great stuff!
     
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  17. jimmytwos

    jimmytwos pfm Member

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    jimmytwos pfm Member

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