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THE VINYLIST STEVE HAMPSHIRE

It started with Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline and it’s just kept going

What was the first record you bought?

“I was a 90s child, and CDs were the future, right? My first LP was Nashville Skyline, bought when I was 18 in 1997 from a vintage shop in Exmouth. At that time, I had only heard the usual Dylan songs, such as, Mr. Tambourine Man and Blowin’ In The Wind, but one listen to this and I was gobsmacked! Such a personal and intimate record, with Bob embracing country heartbreak on the duet with Johnny Cash Girl From The North Country, alongside songs such as Lay Lady Lay and I Threw It All Away. It’s still my most played record ever!”

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