PQBeat Podcast: What are your Top 3 favourite music albums of all-time?

Listen: Mix tapes, crooners, rap, country and more

The PQB News has launched a podcast, PQBeat (follow us here). For our latest installment, VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf and VI Free Daily/PQB News publisher Peter McCully lightened things up a little by talking music. Top-3 favourite albums, mix tapes, the little yellow thing that went in old 45 records, disc jockeys talking over the end of songs and much more.

Join the conversation and tell us about your own Top-3 albums here.

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