I love … Music …

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… of pretty much all styles – classical, pop, rock, jazz, musicals.  From all eras.  Some for singing along with, others for dancing to and others just for listening pleasure.

At the latest count there are over 2,000 tracks on my iPod (other MP3 devices are available).

While in the doctor’s waiting room the other day I had a quick read of the September 2012 Reader’s Digest and saw an article called ‘No. 22 – Reasons To Be Cheerful’ by James Brown as part of their ‘Keep Britain Happy’ campaign.   It reccommended that you dig out your music collection, be it on vinyl, cassette, cd, or whatever and have a listen.  The nostalgia trip can be enjoyed on your own but better still shared with someone.

These are just some of my favourites songs/tunes:

Artist Singing Dancing Listening
Pink Martini Hang On Little Tomato Bitty Boppy Betty Ou Est Ma Tete?
Lilly La Soledad
Aspettami Sunday Table
Let’s Never Stop Falling In Love The Gardens Of Sampson and Beasley
Hey Eugene
Everywhere
Foo Fighters Pretender Statues
Monkey Wrench Bridge Burning
Virginia Moon
Scott Joplin The Entertainer Bethena Waltz
Caro Emerald Dr Wanna Do
Back It Up
Stuck
Robbie Williams Me And My Shadow
Paolo Nutini Pencil Full Of Lead
Ella Fitzgerald That Ole Devil Called Love
Every Time We Say Goodbye
Eva Cassidy Over The Rainbow
Summertime
The Artist 1931
George Valentin
Dean Martin Baby It’s Cold Outside
Chicago Roxie
Mr Cellophane
They Both Reached For The Gun
Jamie Cullum I Get A Kick Out Of You
Fascinating Rhythm
High & Dry
Zez Confrey Dizzy Fingers
Dido Thank you
Alex Sings & Oscar Swings Do The Cha Cha Cha
Cold Play Fix You
Flight of the Conchords Robots
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  1. this really is a road down memory lane… each piece of my own music tells a bit o’ my life story at different generational periods! 🙂

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