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When did you first have…

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Amongst all the uncertainty in the world today, what better way to escape than by firing up Spotify or iTunes and chilling to some Robyn Hitchcock. (Give Luckiness, The Afterlight & Hurry For The Sky a whirl.)

So, when and where did you first ever become conscious of and enjoy music? What or who did you listen too?

And was it gooood for you too then? The first time can be something else! 😉

For me, it was The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Herb Albert and Nana Mouskouri on my parents Pye ‘Stereo’ all in one turntable, sometime in the early 1970s. And then, from 1976,  listened to John Peel on the radio and discovered all those ‘new’ acts that became famous later on. (Bowie, Stiff Little Fingers, etc.)

“Music is the universal language of mankind”
– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


Written by Oflife

May 8, 2010 at 3:46 pm

Posted in Funtertainment

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