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# 16 : Sunday 28-2-2016 @ 02:24
 
 
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# 23 : Monday 12-11-2018 @ 00:03
 
 
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# 24 : Saturday 13-4-2019 @ 23:09
 
 
Cream in Royal Albert Hall
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# 25 : Sunday 14-4-2019 @ 00:12
 
 
I was watching Guitar hero's from the BBC earlier, AC/DC were on and it must've been the beginning of their career?
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# 26 : Sunday 14-4-2019 @ 22:11
 
 
Stumbled upon this one the other night, it's stunning.. Heart wrenching version of Ode to my Family..

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# 27 : Monday 15-4-2019 @ 00:30
 
 
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# 28 : Thursday 25-4-2019 @ 18:46
 
 
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# 29 : Monday 17-6-2019 @ 00:02
 
 
Local and last week
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# 30 : Friday 21-6-2019 @ 08:40
 
 
1200 years ago the Norwegian vikings stole women from Donegal and took them to Iceland as 'wives'.
They were allowed to speak Gaelic to each other but not to their children.
They knew their civilization was being exterminated but they fought back.
Through music.
Although the words are Norse - the music is from Donegal 1200 years ago.
This wonderful music is pretty much dead in Donegal now - but it is still alive in Iceland.
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