My tastes in music range from classical to the banal.
My interest in music took a minor leap with The Beatles in 1963. My father’s reaction when he caught me listening to them on the radio… “What’s that rubbish? The radio is for listening to the news and cricket!”
You’re welcome to browse down the list I’m sure you’ll recognise some of the stuff, if you’re my age or thereabouts.
It’s all in a questionable alphabetical order.
D. Robles, Peru – El Condor Pasa
Duelling Banjos – Deliverance
A Fistful Of Dollars
Enya – various
Jean Michel Jarre
Paul Mauriat – Love is Blue
Pop Corn – Jean Michel Jarre
Sky – Gymnopedie
Sky – Live at Drury Lane Theatre – Toccata
SKY – Dance Of The Little Fairies at Live in Bremen, Germany 1980
Sky – Tuba Smarties – Herbie Flowers, the composer, bass player and chief clown of the super-group ‘Sky’, composed this piece as an encore to Sky’s live shows to ‘show off what the tuba can do.’
Sky – Gavotte and Variations – Francis Monkman on the harpsichord
SKY – Dance Of The Big Fairies
Born to be Wild – Easy Rider soundtrack
Apache – Original