I remember my parents playing The Ivy League, Wayne Fontana, The Beatles and hearing God Only Knows when I was about six. How I loved that song. So, I,listened to the Beach Boys as a kid. I had an ear for a tune and Eleanor Rigby left a mark on me. The first single I bought was I will Survive by The Arrival. The first album I bought was either Who's Next or Deja Vu by CSN and Y.Aladdin Sane followed. At Grammar school everyone loved Rory Gallagher, ELP, Yes, not me. I loved The Who, but also 10 cc and Motown. I had the pish took out of me cos I,liked soul music. I discovered The Four Tops. I was listening to Black Sabbath or TYA one night and the Detroit Spinners the next night. Then I heard Hall and Oates. Aural Perfection. I was hooked on them, blue eyed soul. Bring on Boz Scaggs and early Robert Palmer. I got into Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers and The Average White Band. Teddy Prendergrass followed. Tears For Fears. Wow. What a band. Roland Orzabal, an underrated genius. Still love them. I am now old and cannot be bothered to seek out new music. Love America, Hall and Oates, Fleet Foxes. My kids keep making me listen to their stuff and I love Empire Of The Sun. That!s my music story, don't take away the music !!!!