In some respects, I am treating my chart as the last shuttle out for good music before the bomb of industrial musical schlock comes and destroys everything else. That being said, I feel like I'm killing my favorite children off when I leave out a classic because I must make room for other artists. If I had my way, every Beatles album and several Dylan albums would be on here, but my desire to show off the lesser known awesomeness I discover requires me to limit my musical gluttony to no more then three by the same artist.
Please, input and opinions are desired! :)
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I tried to put stuff in my chart that you mite not find in a lot of charts but I love nonetheless and feel they are very fine . Like you I love the Beatles and Dylan but only put two of each in it and no Bowie who I love also.
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Ffudnebbuh, it sounds too superfluous to say I'm a guitar player, for it seems EVERYONE "plays" guitar. I love a lot of instruments; anything with the ability to produce multiple notes which can form a chord to contribute to song structure. :) What about you?
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