A Musical Saga

I love music...all kinds..whether its sweet melody or hard rock, if the setting is right I enjoy it...I still remember friends staring in disbelief at a normally quiet me thoroughly enjoyin a rock concert in my b-school....I was mesmerised by the extra loud speakers...your heart literally beats in rhythm with the music !!!

My earliest memories of life are associated with music...when I was in kindergarten I used to sleep listening to my grandmother's radio (yeah, vividh bharati and akashavani - it was long before FM)

Then I won a pocket radio as a prize while in secondary school ...Needless to say, it was one of my most cherished possessions...

Then somewhere along the line, radio was replaced by car stereo and tape cassettes...

In college these again got replaced by MP3 stored in my computer...

When I started working, radio made a spicy hot comeback to the city.... The only feature in my cell phone other than the ability to make and receive calls is an in-built FM radio...

I am wondering whether I should invest in Worldspace in my new city....Atleast until I save up enough for this Bose Home Theatre....

Comments

alex said…
Tinkerbells,

Worldspace offers you variety and at ease. For one who enjoys all kind of music it would do.

Aa..Bose or for that matter, any speakers of such kind are simple superb with the right room and a wonderful couch.One of my dreams. Listening to pink floyd and the doors with me being able to hear all the sounds. WOW. :)
Tinkerbells said…
@alex: mmm, yea the pleasure of being one with music without disturbing neighbours :P

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