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From Oasis to Santana this is the music that moves our YEP panel

It's true that over the period of a lifetime you can build a soundtrack of all the songs you've loved, laughed and cried to.

As Get Out Your Guitar Day approaches on February 11 we asked our Yorkshire Evening Post panel about the music that moves them.

Its all about the passion the artist puts into their performance. Listen to local band Sticks & Stones, 13/14 yr old lads playing Jimi Hendrix.You have 65 year old Billy Ocean, the stamina of a teenager dancing.

1. Pam Dolan

Its all about the passion the artist puts into their performance. Listen to local band Sticks & Stones, 13/14 yr old lads playing Jimi Hendrix.You have 65 year old Billy Ocean, the stamina of a teenager dancing.
Pam Dolan
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I can listen to anything, prefer something that lifts you and gets the toes tapping. An integral part of exercise and well being.

2. Jim Kirk

I can listen to anything, prefer something that lifts you and gets the toes tapping. An integral part of exercise and well being.
Jim Kirk
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Classical has a way of moving me to tears, especially Clair De Lune by Claude Debussy which I used to fall asleep to as a girl. For dancing anything latin like Santana or Rosala. For singing, always jazz.

3. Natasha Meek

Classical has a way of moving me to tears, especially Clair De Lune by Claude Debussy which I used to fall asleep to as a girl. For dancing anything latin like Santana or Rosala. For singing, always jazz.
Natasha Meek
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Slide Away by Oasis, a fine example of an English masterpiece, Babies by Pulp as its relevant to my nippers, The Bitterest pill by The Jam that sums up certain relationships and Eye of the Tiger  from Rocky, my physique !

4. Dave Kelly

Slide Away by Oasis, a fine example of an English masterpiece, Babies by Pulp as its relevant to my nippers, The Bitterest pill by The Jam that sums up certain relationships and Eye of the Tiger from Rocky, my physique !
Dave Kelly
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