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My top five albums: Mary Saward

PUBLISHED: 12:04 31 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:35 20 February 2013

My top five albums: Mary Saward

My top five albums: Mary Saward

Mary Saward, Golf and Leisure Sales Manager at The Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa, chooses her all-time top five favourite albums

Mary Saward, Golf and Leisure Sales Manager at The Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa, chooses her all-time top five favourite albums




Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973)
I can hardly believe this classic album was recorded so many moons ago! I love it just as much today as I did in my mid-teens and believe I will continue to favour Eltons music as long as he continues to record.



Barry White: Stone Gon (1973)
Along with many other females of my generation, I believe this mans voice melts a womans heart! For me, Barrys distinctive compositions and orchestral arrangements capture the spirit of love and romance in that era.



La Boheme (Puccini): Herbert Von Karajan (1994)
When I was growing up, my parents spent hours trying to convince me that I would one day learn to love opera. It eventually worked. My mother often sang along to this whilst preparing our family meals. When I am feeling nostalgic, this is the album of choice. My parents would be proud!



Sigur Ros: Taak (2005)
My sister invited me to the Suffolk Latitude Festival in 2008 and converted me to this Icelandic ensemble who were headlining. Although not the latest album, this is my favourite. I call it my mood music. Simple, yet deeply moving.



Mumford & Sons: Sigh No More (2009)
I do endeavour to keep up to date! As far as I am concerned, this is the best band around at the moment and I play this album regularly. My 15-year-old niece is most impressed.

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