Topic: GW Troubadours Throwbacks (Read 129 times)

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Hi all, Dada was kind enough to provide me with a huge collection of the GW albums so I've been going through them, making sure the tags are correct, and hosting them so that people can access them easy. So without further ado:
 
GW Troubadours - The Sound of Milk and Cookies
 


 
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https://www.saltworld.community/music/milkandcookies.7z
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Do you remember when this came out? I remember sitting on IRC, messing around with Foobar and Rm2k3 when this came out. It seems like forever ago.
Hope you all have a happy holidays.

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whoops wrong thread
Last Edit: January 05, 2021, 07:07:01 am by Belross
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For those interested, the entirety of GW Troubs has been tagged now, so you can dump it in your music library and they'll actually be listed together: https://archive.org/details/GWTroubadoursArchive
This is all 22 albums plus a bunch of extras.
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as much as I'd like to participate I don't know how good I'd be at doing themed stuff like Christmas music. Maybe chilly ambient music?
http://djsaint-hubert.bandcamp.com/
 
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For those interested, the entirety of GW Troubs has been tagged now, so you can dump it in your music library and they'll actually be listed together: https://archive.org/details/GWTroubadoursArchive
This is all 22 albums plus a bunch of extras.
 
This is a really cool throwback. Thanks man.