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Keith Pettipas

Keith Pettipas, resides in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada and continues to be employed regular by the federal government of Canada for days gone by 25 years, but is a free-lance music reviewer since 1980. His encounter in music goes back towards the past due sixties when he began collecting albums after that,while going to Dalhousie University or college in Nova Scotia, he worked well for a short while like a disc-jockey having a Halifax radio train station. In the first 70’s he performed bass with several Halifax rings before departing the music picture to become full time authorities worker. In 1980 Keith came back to music by adding content articles on Canadian music and performers to Goldmine publication and other local based music magazines.. He offers written reviews for several Eastern Canadian papers within the last 19 years including, the Campbellton Image, The Tribune, Kings Region Record, The Moncton Transcript, The Telegraph Journal as well as the Times-Transcript. Keith offers more than 6000 CDs in his collection, along with over 8000 LPs. He’s a lover of the 60’s music, specifically British defeat, psychedelic and intensifying sounds combined with the Canadian 60’s & early 70’s rings. He is a devoted collector of music and established fact worldwide, around the collector’s picture. DESERT Isle DISCS In no particular purchase of choice: Oldies Mandrake Memorial- The Mandrake Memorial The Doorways- s/t The Doorways- Morrison Resort Rolling Rocks- Hot Stones Beatles- Sgt Pepper’s Unhappy Hearts Club Music group Buffalo Springfield- Retrospective Derek Dominos- Layla & Various other Assorted Love Tales Green Floyd- Dark Aspect FROM THE Moon The Figure Who- THE BEST Collection Beach Young boys- Pet Noises Newies Style Council- THE ENTIRE Adventures FROM THE Style Coulcil Jam- Path Response Creation Julian Lennon- Photogeaph Smile Tea Party- Splendor Solis Sloan- One Chord Or Another Tragically Hip- Difficulty IN THE Henhouse

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