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Dunno - it's just something that I've done for 60 or so years now - must be habit forming....

 

cheers

 

mick

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Because music, food and fornication are the pinnacle of human satisfaction. Nothing settles the mood or pumps out as much endorphins as they do.

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4 hours ago, bzr said:

😬😬 I'm just trying to get "in" with bhodi really

 

So you like hifi then 😁   

 

Bodhi certainly knows nothing about music. He is an audiophile

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Because it doesn’t complain.

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13 hours ago, joz said:

Because it doesn’t complain.

Haven't heard much Country and Blues Music have you Joz..... :bye: 

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Emotions and memories. Some music I can't play any more though.

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Intensifies my mode....good or bad/sad.

Can be a form of meditation. Great feeling.

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Music has always been a big part of my life and I don't see that ever changing. From the 70s listening to AM  on my first transistor radio (sometimes in bed at night with a tacky earphone .. geez  but it still sounded great!) then the first Sharp stereo FM/Cassette portable player (with tape search function :) ) a Douglas HiFi "ïntegrated" TT amp and speakers, through various mid fi systems over 25 years to today with an almost entry level audiophile set up... It's all about just getting lost in the song or the music. Beatles or Beethoven., when an idea is great it can truly move the soul :afro:

 

I don't watch much if any TV these days it's 4 or 5 hours of music. Sitting in front of the system. Agree about the background music thing. For that I have the BBC.. That said, I have been guilty of trialing some new albums in the background as I work on the PC early evening. But with the Osborns, doesn't matter where you sit, there's no such thing as background  :lol:

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My Journey in music startet with pop, Heavy and grunge..

 

But my preference in music is always evolving.

 

Today I listen alot to singer songwriter, classics, alternative and progressive rock and progressive tecno, progressive metal.

Most of it not mainstream at all...

 

I don't know why someone has a brain and ear for music while other just listen to the base.

 

Some people admire art and performance, some don't...

 

 

 

 

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2602 kilometres from home and only this little thing for a companion

 

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But I still enjoy

 

😁

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I must have missed the journey bus everyone is on 🙄

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Music soothes the soul, we listen every night before lights out, it's a way to unwind and relax. And there is always something new to listen to.

 

For those that like to tinker HiFi is a perfect platform to do it, you can't run out and swap the engine, gearbox, suspension in your car without great difficulty but you can swap speakers, amps, sources in seconds.

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Listening to familiar music makes a warmth deep inside. 

 

Listening to new, nah....

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