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Listening slow rock music

While we are working here in the library, my library personnel asked a favor to open the radio to listen in a radio. The current frequency plays all kinds of old slow rock music. My two library personnel are very happy listening the beat of each music and asking me the title. The two are much older than me. And most of the songs played were songs famous during their time not mine. The funny side, the two are asking the library assistant who is much younger than me, they asked the title. The younger library assistant said, "why are you asking those titles? I was not born that time yet!" Then laugh. We are inspired to work a lot because of the music played. I allowed them to open the radio if there are no students in the library for research. Just like today, Tuesday, there is no summer class during this day.

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morilla wrote on May 12, 2015, 4:50 AM

I used to insist on playing the radio channel with the older radio programs rather than the 'modern' music. It was a good way to work; calming and you didn't have to pay attention, but could still 'drift' from time to time without losing track of the stories. Given that I was noticeably older than many of the others, it gained me a bit of a 'reputation.' Although, I got the sense there was a certain level of 'respect' in that reputation.

luisga814 wrote on May 12, 2015, 4:55 AM

I was not born most of the songs, I already some of them because I listened to it when I was a kid.

wolfgirl569 wrote on May 12, 2015, 10:07 AM

Music makes work a lot more fun and easier to do

luisga814 wrote on May 12, 2015, 8:11 PM

Yes I do agree with you. Music is our best tool.