Over quite a few posts now, I’ve gone through my rather large music collection. And, in summary, my top 40 artists would be Queen (top of my list, including solo work), The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Status Quo, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Electric Light Orchestra, Madness, Monty Python, ABBA, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Deep Purple, Dire Straits, Eagles, Hank Marvin, The Shadows, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Blondie, Suzi Quatro, Slade, Sweet, T. Rex, Judas Priest, Guns N’ Roses, The Police, Ace Of Base, Fleetwood Mac, Free, Bad Company, Cream, Michael Jackson, George Michael, Ian Dury, Chas & Dave, Murray Gold, Kerry Ellis, The Kinks and ZZ Top.
So, to round it all off, I thought I’d write about how I keep it all organised in iTunes on my computer, which has ended up being quite a long post in itself. Ultimately though, the obvious beauty of having music files stored digitally means you can rearrange them and tag them however you like. You’re not limited to how things are presented to you on CDs or as downloads, you can organise things in whatever way suits you, if you have the time and inclination for it. So over the years I’ve gradually customised my collection in ways that are sometimes different from the original albums I started with.