The second record I bought was an album I had previously borrowed from my schoolmate, Richard Addis. It was Déjà Vu by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and began a lifelong love of this West Coast so-called supergroup. I developed a taste for Neil Young’s melancholic vocals, and I went on to buy his album After the Goldrush. I swiftly followed it up with a first pressing of Harvest, which I bought from DT Wicks, a hi-fi and audio shop in North Station Road. Also, the place, incidentally, where I bought my first proper turntable – a Garrard SP25 MkIII.