Music Talks

Episode 54 - David Breeze - Art For Art's Sake

September 16, 2021 Terry Smith Season 3 Episode 18
Music Talks
Episode 54 - David Breeze - Art For Art's Sake
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David Breeze has been friends with Steve Beswick (my guest on Episode 45) since they were at Lancaster University together in the early 80’s. David heard Steve’s episode and got in touch to say he would like to be on the show, and I love it when that happens 

David was born and grew up near Chesterfield in Derbyshire and had an idyllic and very stable childhood. That geographical stability changed when he started his career in the transport sector which has seen him live and work in numerous places in the UK and latterly Europe as well as travelling widely to places such as Macau, Hawaii and Tokyo. After all that movement David and his wife Lyndsey have, for many years, been firmly settled in Farnham Common with their two children Daisy & Zac. 

David’s lifelong passion has been art and his father-in-law is the esteemed Art Restorer Eric Harding who received the OBE for his work on restoring the “Leonardo Cartoon” which a gunman shot at in 1987. That passion and skill came together in 2015 with the launch of the art business which Lyndsey has run very successfully since. 

David’s musical journey has been a long and varied one and his love of music shines through as he talks through each one of his excellent choices which are 

60’s       The Beatles                      She Loves You 

70’s       Queen                                  It’s Late 

80’s       Joy Division                      She’s Lost Control 

90’s       Radiohead                         Fake Plastic Trees 

00’s       The Strokes                       Last Nite 

10’s       Arctic Monkeys               R U Mine 

20’s       Fontaines D.C.                 Too Real 

Intro & Background
The 60's - The Beatles - She Loves You
The 70's - Queen - It's Late
The 80's - Joy Division - She's Lost Control
The 90's - Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees
The 00's - The Strokes - Last Nite
The 10's - Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine
The 20's - Fontaines D.C. - Too Real
Final Thoughts & Close