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Wednesday, November 14, 2007



In 2001 I bought a copy of the companion book for the BBC TV series "Dancing In The Streets" written by Robert Palmer (unfortunately, out of print in the U.S.)

At the the book's last pages there was a series of lists on Rock and Roll milestones: top 10 albums, top ten dance singles... etcetera. The last one was an empty field for you to put your top ten, your favorite ones, your Desert Island CD's.

I didn't think twice and started writing down whatever came to my mind first. What I have heard from the last 15 years that I really, really loved. Instead of 10, I boosted the list up to 20 records, quintessential to understand not only my musical tastes but my life as well.

The best music in the world is what you consider the best, not what people tell you what is. It's contradictory, but in blogs like mine you will find suggestions, invitations, not mandatory listenings or shovelings to your ears That would be marketing!
By the way, have you noticed I don't have any music playing automatically on my site? I want you guys to listen what's on your PC, your CD player or your cassette deck!. I can give you links to tracks and albums... but you are the one who press the play button at the end!

Marketing or not, some of them are linked here to be reviewed and purchased on Amazon.com. Tell me what are yours. What are the records you can't live without? (no, really!)



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