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Tony Davis… Tell you what – I really don’t care. I still think some of the best and most important music ever made comes from the sixties and seventies.
Jon McCallion… Still have my eight track player and tapes, graet music.
Steve Martin… Yea
Glenn Piper… Of course
Tony Ham… Too right.
Jan Warren… Of course, it’s the best!!
Will Cornell… Yes but not Barbra Streisand
Pete Prescott… absolutely !
Richard J Porter… Yes, and 60s and 40s and 50s as well as pre war Big Band, Glenn Miller and the like. My cars have CD players but they also have cassette players and I take a selection of cassettes with me going all the way back to when cassettes first became available.
Mick O’Dowd… At least they all sound fresh & crisp not the over-produced offering today.
Darren Johnson… why of course
Michael Wilson… My current playlist at the moment is Lou Reed, Johnathan Richmond, Marc Bolan and Alvin Stardust. I do get a bit modern with Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
Dave Nattress… You bet!! Wife’s just put some baking rubbish prog on TV so I’m off for the headphones and some vintage Free or Who. Gonna hear those rich chords of All Right Now for the millionth time any minute now! Then it might be some Everything, Everything, 4th album, which isn’t quite 70’s. In fact I’ve got 8 versions of All Right Now on the Deluxe Double CD of Fire and Water to get through for starters. 70’s – great stuff. Nice to have been there.
Darren Johnson… to me it’s a lot of the music and production techniques of the mid 1980s (all compression, overproduction and synths drowing everything out) that sounds horribly dated now – whereas so much music from the 60s, 70s and 90s has a timeless quality about it