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The Albums of My Life — Decade 1

0 to 9 years old, the favourite albums

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I’d loved music since the moment I scrambled into the light towards the end of November 1956. Instead of crying like other babies, I came out humming Rock Island Line and playing air guitar.




Thoughts and reviews about music, television, and movies — classic and new.

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Alex Markham

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