Freitag, 20. März 2015
Inflammable Material - First Records That Impressed Me Much # 9
Ba k in 1984 Helene Folasade Adu released her first album. It was not the kind of music I used to listened to. It was at the end of the year when my former girlfriend asked me to help her sister to move out of her friends flat. I arrived at their place after work and nothing was prepared. It was a single room in a shared apartment. Five very kind of people lived in there. And they were very different in the way they lived. They lived the balance of arty jazz-fusion, punk and New Wave and just mainstream as well. I came there and nothing was primed. All the freaks sat in the kitchen, having some drinks, eating paella and having a good time. If they didn't want to do any job for moving to another place I decided to join the company. I remember some discussions what we should listen to. Someone would like to hear some new music - the other ones would like to hear some arty jazz/fuision. After all we agreed on the pop-jazz record of the year. We listened to her music for many hours. I can't remember when I listened to a record one day for so many times and I still love her music in a very sentimental way. After all it is a classic from the 80..
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