- TEENAGE FANCLUB “SONGS FROM NORTHERN BRITAIN: 1997. 5 STARS OUT OF T STARS: My wife and I were on vacation in London in the summer of 2003 and I picked up Nick Hornby’s book “31 Songs” read it, and was inspired on his essay’s on Teenage Fanclub to pick up “Songs From Northern Britain”- and I fell in love with it on first listen. Highlights? Every song. This album always puts me in a good mood for some reason.
- THE BEATLES: PLEASE PLEASE ME: 1963: 5 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS: Since I was in such a good mood after listening to Teenage Fanclub’s “Songs From Northern Britain” I thought I’d play some more music that makes me happy- any Beatles album will do. The Beatles first album is a good place to go.