Your talking about listening to a new album exclusively brings back memories.
Posted by Pugeye on 10/12/2017, 1:03 pm, in reply to "Re: How do you listen to music?"
I used to do that when I first started listening to classic rock and getting heavily into music at the beginning of high school but at a certain point, I started getting so much new music that I would no longer spend the time with any particular album. And though I don't dl music that often these days, I have so much stuff that even though I tend to focus my listening on new stuff and absolute favorites, it takes me much longer to feel like I've truly absorbed an album. And I miss that- I used to get to a place where I could remember how all of the songs on any given album went off the top of my head and felt like I had a deeper understanding and more well-rounded opinion of the album.
Am worried about my ipod classic dying. Can't believe it's still goin- had it a long time and it's seen a lot of action. Might do what Tabs did and risk getting a used one but just might have to go the nano route.
I can also relate to feeling like I never have enough free time. And I don't even have a demanding job or a long commute. Part of getting older, I suppose. One of the reasons I have no interest in having kids (or even getting married, but I'm not opposed to doing that).
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