You know what? - you're dead right, M. C.!
Even my eyebrows are perched in disbelief on the very top of my head now.....(*hangs head and sighs*)
Thanks to this thread, I've now discovered that, sadly, I probably have no real musical taste whatsoever?! Well? it would certainly seem that I have a very eclectic taste to say the very least? But then again? what do you really expect from someone who grew up listening to the delightful sounds of 'Pinky & Perky' and 'Around The World with Sooty, Harry Corbett & Sweep'?!! - so I think that I must really turn all this around now and credit/blame my Dad entirely! - HA HA HA!!! ;o>
Okay, so the thread asks about CD's and so I've just braved my, as yet, still very small CD collection and I've found out that it all adds up to this.....?
Queen, The Platinum Collection: Greatest Hits I, II & III
A Secret History? The Best Of The Divine Comedy
Singles: Alison Moyet
The Story Of The Clash
Complete Libera - Libera & Luminosa, 2x CD box set -
Pam Ayres, The Collection: They Should Have Asked My Husband, Ancient and Modern & The Broken Woman
The Best Of Eva Cassidy
The Best Of Frank Zappa
The Fureys Finest - with my all time fave piece of music, 'The Lonesome Boatman'
Kendric: The Little Things
Plus - The Annie Lennox Collection, lots of Erasure, The Best of Doris Day, Keane: Hopes and Fears, The Maia Singers: Carols By Candlelight, ABBA: Gold - Greatest Hits, a wonderful CD of 'Together At Christmas' by Vernon Building Society (Poynton) Brass Band.....and an old 2x cassette box-set of the musical Chess by Benny Andersson, Tim Rice and Björn Ulvaeus.....!
Oh dear, it's just all sounding even worse now, isn't it?.....I'm so sorry everyone! But at least, I am helping to make you all feel a hell of a lot better about your collections, aren't I?!! :o>