Tunes on the tractor radio that have to be TURNED up

thorpe

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I can't strictly come dancing is still on that's why reading this .
ive spent the last 2hrs on you tube watching dance and listening to great music elo are really a blast from the past rainbow fantastic i love it! ive just had half an hour of meat loaf fantastic!
 
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CPF

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Arable Farmer
I bought the album ( another brick in the wall ) when it came out .
On the album is the sound of helicopter passing through the speakers from left to right when we were kids we thought was brilliant in stereo.
 

thorpe

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I bought the album ( another brick in the wall ) when it came out .
On the album is the sound of helicopter passing through the speakers from left to right when we were kids we thought was brilliant in stereo.
same as the car roaring away in the grauate.
 

Two Tone

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Mixed Farmer
I bought the album ( another brick in the wall ) when it came out .
On the album is the sound of helicopter passing through the speakers from left to right when we were kids we thought was brilliant in stereo.
I had a friend of mine who went to the first Dark Side of the Moon concert at Earls Court in London.
Those of us who can remember the Smithfield Show at Earls Court will recall that were 3 floors. Above the Ground Floor, the 1st floor had a balcony that went all the way round so that you could look down on to the centre of the Ground Floor.
Pink Floyd arranged to have speakers placed all around the 1st Floor balcony.
The opening of Dark Side starts off with a heart beat. Each beat being 2 pulses, the first of which played from a speaker on one side, the 2nd right opposite. But moving clockwise to the next speaker(s) for each following heart beat!
Christ that sound effect must have been something to behold and have listened to!
 

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