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Paul Buckby Aug 17
The first band and song that shaped my long term musical taste as a teen was Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd which I still perform to this day. Then my whole musical perspective changed with my aquaintance with John Cage. It made me revaluate everything in life.
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Scene & Heard illustrated reports Aug 22
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Acc3ptanc3 Aug 16
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Tom Gray Aug 16
Cecilia by Simon & Garfunkel playing in the front of my Mum & Dad’s banged up (canary yellow - forshame) Vauxhall Cavalier.
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Kathryn Sturman Aug 16
Replying to @youthmusic
I got detention in Year 7 PE for ‘listening to the music too much’ - how could I not when I’d never heard this voice before? I just stood in a daze & listened! Started singing then & haven’t stopped since :)
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Ryan Curtis Aug 16
Replying to @MrTomGray
Dire Straits - Money for nothing. Played in the front of my Dad's Vauxhall Carlton
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Leesa Harwood Aug 13
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⚫️Franz Sonik Aug 16
Replying to @youthmusic
Difficult to answer as there are so many... As a keyboardist though, Keith Jarrett’s lyricism with his Köln Concert completely blew my 14 year old mind. This album also motivated me to practise piano a lot more rigorously. 🎶
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Eryl Bradley Aug 13
It's got to be 's debut album, Franz Ferdinand. That CD got us through some long and harrowing family car journeys
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jonny short Aug 17
My first earworm was a tune I must have heard on TV in 1967 when I was 5. It gave me a love of simple melodic major key instrumental music and the mellotron. Years later I discovered it was Flying by The Beatles. Such a great tune!
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Hannah Crompton Aug 14
Replying to @youthmusic
I think mine has to be the soundtrack to Save the Last Dance! It introduced to me to a whole new range of artists that I'd never listened to before - Mase, 112, Q-Tip! It really ignited my love for R&B and hip-hop music!
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Michael Dugher Aug 17
A teacher played Yesterday by the Beatles to our class when I was 7. That voice, the guitar, that melody, those words...I thought it was perfect. Still do. I then played all my Dad’s battered box set of Beatles singles on vinyl. They had been chewed by me as a baby
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Ariel Sommer Aug 17
After resisting my classical heritage throughout a big chunk of my childhood, my dad took me to a concert where Barbara Hendricks sang Richard Strauss’ Last 4 songs. An unforgettable experience and one which made me fall in love with classical music for ever.
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Fran Rivett-Carnac Aug 13
Replying to @youthmusic
Without a doubt The Prodigy's Music for the Jilted Generation. Introduced me to an incredible world of electronic music which I still love today
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Angela Croucher Aug 18
Replying to @youthmusic
‘Going Underground’ by The Jam. Lyrics as relevant now as they were in 1980 sung by someone with an accent like mine.
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Music Fusion Aug 21
The Guardian popped into the Music Fusion studio to ask us about our Words Not Weapons project (funded by Youth Music). They met the young people whilst they recorded a track called - Music Is My Life
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gillian smith Aug 17
The trout quintet - my first record!
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Rachel Askham Aug 20
Throwing myself around the dance floor at Pontins to Love Is In The Air, like only a small child can
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Timothy Muller Aug 21
Replying to @youthmusic
Not as big-selling as The Great Escape or Morning Glory that came out the same year, but Pulp's Different Class was always my favourite.
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Rachel Lindley Aug 15
Loads of but this album was one of the first where I was unapologetically a bit obsessive.
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