I'VE VERY LITTLE TIME to post to I'll make this brief: more stew (neck of lamb), Enid's gone to the Turkish lady in the corner shop who wants to learn more English. And glancing upon my burgeoning cupboard this evening I caught sight of something I found in a local alleyway many months ago but lacked the requisite electrical adaptor ... checked the back of this thing and the front of my tiny-TV adaptor and -- presto! -- the wonders of synthesized music boom out for my entire building to hear! I've so far inflicted Ave Maria (from the stored songs catalogue) at top blast 180 bpms, Jingle Bells and Silent Night. Other classics coming soon to divest Laundretta and Matran of their undeserved sleepy mellow afternoons!
PS In response to Bag's remark: the Blyton book I found and it just grabbed me ... the music didn't come from a cd player or radio it was the preset tunes in a Casio synthesizer!
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