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What a wonderful chronicle of musical awakening. I still recall how, at the age of 11, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" moved my soul. I could not get enough pop music. I had to have a record player and transistor radio. I still must stop, listen, and reminisce every time I hear an early Beatles song.
Hey accidental bookseller!!!This story is adorable...
lovely narrative....related to it at so many levels. wrote something on the similar lines about the advent of mp3 players / internet. you can read it here:http://tangled-up-in-views.blogspot.com/2006/11/do-re-mecracy.htmlcheers!m
ziggy stardust is a brilliant piece of work. so true about albums...meaning to write a post on the beauty (which is getting lost) of the music albums. perhaps now...my wife guided me to yuor blog and am glad she did.
and i love the sub-head of your blog
The first time´s always unforgetable!! "So" was so important in my life...What a coincidence! And, as usual, you described it with such a heart. You´re fantastic, Accidental Bookseller! On t´adore!;)
hey! long time!i just loved your story, I'd love to have a lot of vynils! I only have one of the Bee Gees *that I actually bought in France* and I just love it! (although I can't listen to it, so I have it as a relic, but I love it anyway, lol)I wonder how you draw your pics, I really really like them. I am like, "is she using Paint? or WHAT?!" but they're OH SO GREAT!kisses, see you!
look forward to the next story...:)
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