5-10-15-20 is a regular feature on Pitchfork where we ask musicians about the music from their lives in 5-year intervals; I’ve done fun interviews with Johnny Marr and John Cale. If you wanted to do one I’d love to read it. I’ll add mine at some point. You could give the year for each age.

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  1. likeapairofbottlerockets reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    5: James Taylor “Sweet Baby James” (1995) My family...full of musicians, so even though I...
  2. nyconversation reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    I’ve been meaning to get around to this for a while, and it seems like a fun thing to do for a quiet Sunday afternoon....
  3. lonepilgrim reblogged this from lonepilgrim and added:
    3and Part 4: 45 (2005) My musical memories of this year are less clearly defined than those from
  4. hjelleam reblogged this from languageofshapes and added:
    Asked to do this by friend, Tristram Burden,...Shapes. Here goes: 1988: Rumours, Fleetwood...
  5. languageofshapes reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    1989: Depeche Mode - Violator I must have been amongst the last people of my generation to get a tapedeck. I had a...
  6. ignisaquaterraaeris reblogged this from sulienapgwien and added:
    Read More Okay let’s do...[[MORE]]5. (1991) Madonna: “Like a Prayer”. Much
  7. ctwashere reblogged this from andrewtsks and added:
    5-10-15-20 is a regular feature on Pitchfork where we ask musicians about the music from their lives in 5-year...
  8. sulienapgwien reblogged this from lookuplookup and added:
    mine » Read More An excuse to talk about...music? OK. [[MORE]] 5 (1992): “Just What I...
  9. lookuplookup reblogged this from andrewtsks and added:
    loved your responses to this, Andrew!...also really loved Michelle’s take
  10. themarq reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    5 (1991): I shifted courses from Political Science to Business Economics. College became more fun, with our genmeets and...
  11. andrewtsks reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    Yeah… that knocked me out. That someone could put all those things I was feeling deep down in my secret heart into...
  12. sneek reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    Here’s mine: [[MORE]] Beast Wars: Transformers theme As much as I talk and obsess over music, I never really grew up...
  13. littlejoeii reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    5 (1995): Bob Marley, ‘Is This Love’ This could be any Bob Marley track, really. Martial arts and Bob Marley were my...
  14. juanalikesmusic reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    I am not sure if I should do this, due to my age. It will probably won’t be very interesting, since I’m just starting to...
  15. katbeee reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    This has always been my favorite...feature. I would totally
  16. matthewmcvickar reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    5: 1990 Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road I grew up on the music playing in my parents’ cars. In Dad’s truck: Pixy...
  17. kylefowle reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    Alright, here it goes. 5 (1993): “Diggin’ Up Bones” by Randy Travis While I don’t recall any sort of cognitive function...
  18. airgordon reblogged this from markrichardson and added:
    5: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Theme I’m inclined to agree with Michelle and say bullshit to all non-eidetic...

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