Your top 5s of 2019

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DerekF
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Your top 5s of 2019

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As 2019 draws to a close what are your top 5s (or 10s or whatever) Here's mine to kick off with.

Movies:-
Avengers: Endgame
Toy Story 4
Captain Marvel
The Irishman
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


TV
The Umbrella Academy
Chernobyl
Years and Years
Mindhunter
Das Boot


Albums
Fontaines DC - Dogrel
Ride - This Is Not a Safe Place
The Blinders - Live at the Ritz
Pixies - Beneath the Eyrie
Amyl and the Sniffers


Gigs
The Blinders - O2 Ritz Manchester
Suede - Manchester Albert Hall
Yungblud - O2 Ritz Manchester
Prophets of Rage - Manchester Academy
Adorable - London Scala

Please feel free to add your own.

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Movies:
Knives Out
Wild Rose
The Rise of Skywalker
One Upon a Time in Hollywood
Avengers:Endgame


TV
Succession
Chernobyl
Mindhunter
Unbelievable
Back to Life


Albums:
KIWANUKA - Michael Kiwanuka
Natural Facts - Garcia Peoples
Fishing for Fishies - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizzard
Tip of the Sphere - Cass McCombs
About the Light - Steve Mason
Songs of Praise - Shame
The Unseen In Between - Steve Gunn

Fringe highlights:
Tony Law
John Kearns
Andy Zaltzman
Alice Fraser
Rhod Gilbert
Sarah Kendall
Glenn Moore
David Kay
Simon Munnery

Podcasts:
Athletico Mince
Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend
Man in the Window
The Bugle
Top Flight Time Machine
Beef and Dairy Network

Any more for any more?

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I've never heard of most of them. :oops:
Pte. Aubrey Gerald Harmer, R. Suss. R. (att. to the Sherwood Foresters) KIA 26/9/1917 Polygon Wood, aged 19, NKG. RIP

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That's what Spotify does, it recommends stuff you might like and you end up discovering loads of new music. I've also listened to plenty of 70s prog rock!

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AlexC wrote:I've never heard of most of them. :oops:


Me too. How about your top 5s of 2019 then?

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DerekF wrote:Me too. How about your top 5s of 2019 then?


I'd have to think about that, but it shouldn't take too long, ie, no albums (when I used to buy them they were LP's!) no 'gigs', and I don't go to the 'movies' anymore, too many distractions these days. ie, talking, looking at mobile phones, eating etc., etc. going on. :sad:

I used to be a big Hi-Fi fan, and in fact still have most of my gear, ie Linn-Sondek LP12 with SME arm with Quad amp and tuner. I sold my Tannoy Lancasters on e-bay a few years ago now, they ended up in Hong-Kong. I was amazed at how much I got for them, I had no idea that they were worth so much! :shock: Must admit that I do regret selling the Lancasters somewhat. I set the system up again so that I could let the buyer hear them, and I'd forgotten just how good the set-up sounded. But anyway, I had to let them go. :sad:
Pte. Aubrey Gerald Harmer, R. Suss. R. (att. to the Sherwood Foresters) KIA 26/9/1917 Polygon Wood, aged 19, NKG. RIP

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