Listening to all my records
This afternoon, this thought came to me that I want to listen to every record I have-- lp's and 45's. I'm guessing that's a good 500 to 600 hours of listening. I starting thinking, since I own the records, I really owe to the fact of having them, and owe it to all of the people that made the records, and owe it to myself as well, to all to listen to them all. It's become a "music bucket list" thing for me.
I'm starting at one end of my collection and going all the way through, one end to the other, one record at a time. I'll put a colored divider after each listen to keep track of where I am. This will take longer than 500 hours because I'll listen other records when I feel like it. That means the card could move slowing because I might not feel like listening to the next in line for a while. But eventually (hopefully!), I'll get to the end of all my records before kicking the proverbial bucket!
"[This is] not science as we know it, but another kind. I've been looking for a solution which goes back to Egypt, and to the whole universe. I think musicians are on a superior level, but unlike scientists, they haven't been accepted for their abilities."
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