This page has links to posts I’ve made about the music I enjoy, followed by links to comprehensive lists of my entire music collection.
- The Beatles – Sgt Pepper (50th Anniversary Box Set)
- The Beatles – White Album (50th Anniversary Box Set)
- Def Leppard – Hysteria (30th Anniversary Box Set)
- Kerry Ellis & Brian May – Golden Days
- Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody Movie & Carnaby Shop
- Status Quo – On The Level / If You Can’t Stand The Heat / Whatever You Want (Deluxe Editions)
- Cherry Suede:
- Def Leppard:
- Derek & The Dominos:
- Howard Goodall:
- Jason Manford:
- Led Zeppelin:
- Murray Gold:
- Rick Parfitt:
- The Rolling Stones:
- Status Quo:
- The Who:
- Musical Soundtracks:
- Radio Shows:
- The Music Never Dies (The music stars we lost in early 2016)
My Music Collection
- Tracks & albums by artist: A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X-Z & 0-9
- My Music DVDs & Blu-Rays
- My Christmas Music Collection
- My Inherited Vinyl Music (not included in the lists above)
- My Entertainment Collection Videos
Favourite Tracks & Videos
- Youtube Playlists – Favourites / Themes / Dr Who / Covers & Parodies / Christmas
- Facebook Advent Calendars – Christmas / Queen
I’ve built up a huge collection in my iTunes library over the years. My top 40 artists are Queen, 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.
Most of my collection is music I’ve bought on CDs, DVDs and online, but there are also some inherited vinyl records I’ve converted to digital, a few tracks downloaded from Youtube if I couldn’t get them anywhere else, and a few other random downloads.
I have also heavily customised my collection, which is very easy to do when it’s all digital. This includes removing duplicate tracks, adding rarities and remixes to the appropriate studio albums or greatest hits if they’ve appeared on other compilations or box sets, combining compilations for each decade, adding songs to soundtracks from elsewhere if absent from the original release, creating remix albums where I have lots of remixes of a song, etc. As a result, you will some customised unofficial albums, and tracks that weren’t part of original album releases, in the above lists.