Here are all of AndyMack's jams.
by The Kinks
Last stop,end of the line. Once again thank you to everyone for the music and the good vibes. It's rare to find such a welcoming place online these days. No arguments just beautiful beautiful music. Let's hope the spirit continues on the alternatives. #lastjam
Jammed: 25th Sep 2015
by The Jam
I know I said I was going (sorry for getting anyone's hopes up!) but I've just watched The Jam documentary 'About the young idea' and I remembered what a fantastic tune this is. Plus Lou was a bit of a dark way to end something that has bought so much joy to me
Jammed: 24th Sep 2015
by Lou Reed
And I think I'm done. TIMJ has been great and I've really enjoyed sharing things that I love and listening to the things that you all love. Not sure which site I'll be using in the future or if I'll just slip away quietly, but it's been a brilliant few years and I'd like to thank everyone. I think Lou is a fitting way to bow out.
Jammed: 21st Sep 2015
by Joy Division
TIMJ starting to feel like an echo chamber, I'm staying to the end. I've played around with a few options for the future and 'Gods own jukebox' seems like the closest to home http://www.godsjukebox.com/selections/username/AndyMack/
Jammed: 15th Sep 2015
by Amy Winehouse
Saw the documentary 'Amy' today. A real modern day tragedy, too many people riding the gravy train whatever the cost to the driver. Sad but compelling. It's always nice to remember what she was like before the clouds rolled in.
Jammed: 9th Sep 2015
by John Barry
An alternative theme for the Bond film 'Thunderball'. Dionne Warwick recorded a version of this but the producers had a change of heart and went with Tom Jones 'Thunderball' instead. This instrumental version is John Barry at his peak. All brass and swagger.
Jammed: 8th Sep 2015
by Gavin Bryars
A beautiful piece from 1975. The band that played on the Titanic carried on playing as passengers desperately tried to escape into lifeboats. The musicians in the band all perished and in this moving tribute Bryars imagines the music carrying on all the way to the bottom of the Atlantic.
Jammed: 2nd Sep 2015
by The Beatles
A Beatles rarity. This version was released in error on early copies of Revolver. Not drastically different, Johns vocal is pushed forward slightly more and the outro is fractionally longer. Still magnificent
Jammed: 29th Aug 2015
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