Too much music

“I’ve begun to feel that my rabid consumption of music, when coupled with the unprecedented access encouraged by new technology, has endangered my ability to process it critically.”

And, by the way, I do have about ten albums that are my ‘go-to’ references, including when auditioning equipment for review.

https://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2018/01/16/578216674/too-much-music-a-failed-experiment-in-dedicated-listening?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprmusic&utm_term=music&utm_source=facebook.com&fbclid=IwAR2J82Z2CdAZCmdXbFHCmItagog3y1H7uUWlh79WkSGK5exe146iSjbQYmQ

Just as I had posted this, I checked my Facebook feed, and this was the most recent post! ….

I’m posting this with a heavy heart

As much as I love collecting records and going to gigs it takes up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday basics such as cleaning and maintaining my home, so something has to give. I will be getting rid of my collection.

Below is a list of what’s available. All FREE of charge,… More but to good homes only. Serious inquiries only please.

Thanks for reading and understanding…

  1. Dustpan and brush
  2. Sponges
  3. Dusters
  4. Mop and bucket
  5. Window cleaner
  6. Vacuum
  7. Dishwashing liquid
  8. Laundry detergent
  9. Fabric softener
  10. Laundry baskets
  11. Toilet brush
  12. Cleaning sprays
  13. Scrubbing brushes
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