Golden Era? Rocking out to the oldies

I’ve recently discovered that I can play radio through my iTunes πŸ™‚ so I’ve discovered some new (old) novel writing music.

I grew up listening to my Dad’s vinyl records, listening to echoes of musical past coming from the record player. And I loved it. As I’ve grown I’ve connected more with the Motown era, stretching through the British Invasion and of course Glam Rock.

I never realised how much I missed it, or how many songs knew the words to until I found the songs on CD and radio. I have long wished to have my dad’s record collection, and wished so much to have friends who would understand my musical taste. The ‘old’ stuff isn’t rubbish, it’s what built the foundations for modern music.

So I’m listening to my “Old” music, and writing my novel, and I’m enjoying it.

Rock On!

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