My top five albums

PUBLISHED: 13:16 14 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:11 20 February 2013

Michelle Newbury, the apex and Bury St Edmunds Festival administrator, chooses her all time favourite albums




Michelle Newbury, the apex and Bury St Edmunds Festival administrator, chooses her all time favourite albums










The Jacksons Live (1981)








This album has great songs like Can you Feel It, Ben, ABC, The Love You Save. I remember sitting in my room with this blaring out doing my homework. I eventually saw Michael Jackson live at Wembley. What a showman he was!!




Queen: A Kind of Magic (1986)



Queen was the first band that I went to see at Wembley Stadium and I remember at the beginning of the concert the four members of the band rose up out of the audience (as inflatables) to the beginning of A Kind of Magic. The effect was fantastic and the crowd went mad!




Take That: Everything Changes (1993)



I was and am a huge Take That fan. I have been to see them five times and am going this year. I was one of the mad people on the internet the morning that the tickets came out - sitting on my bed with my 17 year old daughter at 8am with a laptop each (she is now a fan because I used to play all the albums so much!) I eventually got the tickets 4.5 hours later!




Robbie Williams: Life Thru A Lens (1997)



This was Robbies first solo album after Take That split and he was always my favourite! I saw Robbie Williams At Knebworth with my good friend Amy and just thoroughly enjoyed the show. Angels is one of the best songs I think he has done.




Paolo Nutini: These Streets (2006)



This is a very special album for me. I saw him on TV at some festival or concert and loved him, My then fiancee bought the album for me, then we had the song Loving You as the first dance when I married him two years ago!



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