• Question: What is your favourite song to listen to?

    Asked by anon-318122 on 17 Mar 2022.
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      Ian McKinley answered on 17 Mar 2022:

      This is a difficult question, because I listen to music all the time when I work – usually on shuffle so all kinds of songs appear. There is so much good music about! However, there are some songs that make me take a break to listen to – like “Wonderful Life” by the group Black or “I walk alone” by Tarja Turunen.

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      Veselina Georgieva answered on 17 Mar 2022:

      My favourite one is the Castle of Halsey – the soundtrack of The Huntsman

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      Mark Ridgill answered on 17 Mar 2022:

      I like the Beatles and David Bowie who both have lots to choose from – My favourite is probably Something by the Beatles

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      Charlay Wood answered on 17 Mar 2022:

      I’m a big fan of Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift and Adele !!

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      Amit Vernekar answered on 18 Mar 2022: last edited 18 Mar 2022 4:38 am

      All songs sung by the legendary singer and the nightingale, Bharat Ratna (the Gem of India), Lata Mangeshkar, are my favorite. She has the world record for singing many songs. The sad part is that she left for a heavenly abode, but her songs are immortal.

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      Jasmine Almond answered on 18 Mar 2022:

      I enjoy listening to lots of different music but one of my favorite songs is Paradise by George Ezra.

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      Ioanna Maria Pateli answered on 21 Mar 2022:

      Love will tear us apart from Joy Division!

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      Andrew Parrott answered on 22 Mar 2022:

      Very difficult question as I enjoy all sorts of styles of music. But have to mention anything off the “Unknown Pleasures” album by Joy Division for its “sciencey” album art (apparently plot of radio waves from a pulsar) – also it’s a good album! My old PhD supervisor would be upset if I did not mention “The Elements” by Tom Lehrer (trying seeing if you can keep up with the singing in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2cfju6GTNs).