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Default An opera about London buses

I have just discovered that in 2005 Michael Nyman did an opera called
"Man & Boy: Dada"
which includes tracks called
"A Few Things I Collect Beside Bus Tickets" and
"This Was A Good One - Ponders End To Waterloo"

.... the latter obviously being a reference to the 149 bus. I'm a massive
fan of his earlier work but think he was past his sell-by date in 2005.
I haven't listened to this one yet, but include a link to a playlist for
the entire thing for your pleasure. (They have messed up the order of
the first three tracks, but you can tell from the Act x Scene Y what
order the first three should be in.)

Basil Jet - listening to (Ma-Mg) ... Mackenzies - Madness - Madonna -
Magazine - Manchester Orchestra - Manic Street Preachers - Manitoba -
Mansun - Manuel Go╠łttsching - Marcushpdavis 1 - Marion - Mark Stewart &
The Maffia - Mars - Martin Newell - Martin Rev - Massacre - Massive
Attack - Massive Attack - Mast - Material - Maximum Joy - Mazzy Star -
McCarthy - Mclusky - Meat Beat Manifesto - Meat Puppets - Meatbodies -
Megafaun - Mekon - Memotone - Merchandise - Messer Chups - Metz -
Meursault - MGMT

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