1. Russ Irwin - Get Me Home.

    A cool little album of around 35 minutes featuring some Aerosmith guys (he's their former keyboardist), Chris Botti, Dean DeLeo of the STP and some other randoms.
  2. Got the Blue And Lonesome by The Rolling Stones and You Want It Darker by Leonard Cohen just yesterday. Managed to listen to The Stones and it is an excellent record, as I am certain the Leonard Cohen record is too, but I am still saving the pleasure of listening to it for the first time
  3. the last Robbie Williams
  4. Pink Floyd - Early Years 1965-1972 (2CD edition)
  5. Born To Run
    Born In The U.S.A.
    Streets Of Philadelphia (single)
  6. editors - in dream
  7. Tricky - Maxinquaye
  8. Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go (Anniversary)
  9. Just got the “Divide“ album by Ed Sheeran.
    I wasn't fond of all the hype around him lately, but I admit that the song “Shape of you“ has seriously grown on me by now, as it's played all over the radio day by day.
    Curious to explore the other songs now.
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