Monthly Archives: April 2011

30 Songs In 30 Days – Day 30

Day 30 – Your Favourite Song A Year Ago Bring It On – The Gaslight Anthem And so we arrive at the end of our month-long delve through my music collection and the memories it evokes.  We finish on a … Continue reading

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Easy as A, B, C…

Haven’t done one of these “all about me” questionnaires for a while, so here goes… A= Available – Depends who’s asking!  Erm, I mean, no, I’m happily married! B= Best Friend – My wife Sally-Jayne, Brian Pollard (oldest friend and … Continue reading

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30 Songs In 30 Days – Day 29: Childhood Memories

Day 29 – A Song That Reminds You Of Your Childhood Marguerita Time – Status Quo Leaving aside obvious things like nursery rhymes, things we sang at primary school etc. People who know me well will know that my childhood … Continue reading

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30 Songs In 30 Days – Day 28

Day 28 – A Song That Makes You Feel Guilty Bay Springs Road – Charlie Mars This is a strange category! Wasn’t sure at first what was wanted to be honest.  Definitely not a song you feel guilty about liking … Continue reading

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30 Songs In 30 Days – Day 27

Day 27 – A Song You Wish You Could Play Parisienne Walkways – Gary Moore This is a category with a vast array of choices for me.  As I love a huge range of guitar-based music and I am a … Continue reading

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30 Songs In 30 Days – Day 26

Day 26 – A Song You Can Play On An Instrument Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams My guitar playing is not great, but it is improving since I have had a good teacher.  I can play quite a few … Continue reading

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Music Monday 25/04/11 – K is for…

K is for Kaiser Chiefs. Not so many to choose from this week, not one of the most extensive letters in my music library I have to admit.  However, it was still a tough call between those there were, before … Continue reading

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