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Ratings For Each Album : 10 (Olympian): The Beatles: Revolver; The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band; The Beatles: The Beatles; The Beatles: Abbey Road

Daniel grew up in Hull, Quebec, a town known best for gambling and drinking - "on the left side of the tracks" as he puts it. His family were not well off, but there was a strong musical foundation from the beginning: his father played fiddle, his mother sung, and there were regular family gatherings where live music was at the centre of things. "We didn't have money to go out," he explains, "and there wasn't too much happening, so what we'd do is have get-togethers where everyone - uncles, aunts, anyone in the wider family - played music together, it was just what we did." This put him at the heart of a living, breathing roots and folk music tradition, even as he was discovering his own tastes from the pop culture of the time. As his childhood went on, he soaked up Motown, R&B and rock'n'roll, then the psychedelic explosion, and by the time high school was approaching, he was already fixed on music as the only game worth pursuing.


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