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MUSIC is my other great passion. There is very little music I don't enjoy be it Classical, Blues, Jazz, Traditional, Experimental electronic music whatever. Particular highlights however are people like Brian Wilson/Beach Boys, Tom Waits, Loudon Wainwright, Michael Nesmith, Jonathan Richman, Lilac Time, Dr John, High Llamas, Rickie Lee Jones, The Kinks, Catfish Keith, John Hammond, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Sonny Boy Williamson, Flaming Lips and many many others.

LIVE MUSIC. Being brought up on the Wirral, near Liverpool I was able to regularly go to concerts and did so from the age of 14 or so. How embarrasing was the first concert you attended? Mine is pretty impressive. First concert I attended featured Booker T and the MGs and Jimmy Ruffin - not bad!! The second would have been either the Beach Boys or a great old Britich band, The Groundhogs. Throughout the early 70's I practically saw everyone from Led Zepplin to Frank Zappa/Cpt Beefheart to David Bowie to The Sex Pistols!! You name them I probably saw them. I attended many festivals, including early Galstonburys. A partcular favourite live band who never really had huge success but I have great memories of was Brinsley Schwarz featuring Nick Lowe. Still enjoy live music and regularly attend venues in Sheffield. Not so keen on the big impersonal 'stadium' events so rarely watch any of the big acts now. So sad these days I think - when I saw the great old bands of the 70's and 80's. I was rarely more than 5 metres away these days it seems you might as well be watching on TV. And yes what with loud music and motorcycle helmets my hearing is probably not the best these days - I said my hearing is not the best these days - it's a quarter past eleven! What, no I probably won't go to heaven!!

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