I love music. All sorts of music. And the amazing technology which I have at my fingertips means that I can access any of it at any time, wherever I may be. Over 5,000 tracks and 17 days’ worth of listening just there at my disposal.
But there’s a problem. I don’t actually listen to any of it. Well hardly any. There are a few very well played tracks that I go to regularly out of habit. And what about all the others? They wait patiently in my iPhone wondering when their turn will come. Wondering why they keep being joined by new tracks, which don’t get listened to either (because I am great at downloading new stuff and then forgetting I’ve got it).
I’ve realised that I want to get back my music-listening habit. I want to rediscover all the wonderful music I know I own.
I’ll be capturing my thoughts about this journey in this blog. I hope you find it interesting. Maybe it will inspire you to delve back into long forgotten music collections, or try some new things. Either way, I would love to hear what you think some time.
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With all good wishes