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A curated playlist

The AGO’s Deputy Director & Chief Curator Julian Cox shares his top music picks.

Julian Cox with Kenny Rogers record

Julian Cox. Courtesy the AGO.

When we started #AGOfromHome, we asked our curators for something they’d like to share with the AGO Community. In celebration of all types of art, AGO’s Deputy Director & Chief Curator, Julian Cox, shared some of his favourite albums and tracks (including some fantastic album art) from his personal vinyl collection. Sit back as he tells us about the music keeping him inspired and helping keep his spirits high:

A curated playlist


Here is a full list of Julian Cox’s favourite albums in order of appearance:

  • Kenny Rogers - Greatest Hits (1980)
  • Tammy Wynette - The First Lady (1970)
  • Frankie Paul - Give Me That Feeling (1987)
  • Harry Belafonte - The Midnight Special (1962)
  • Kraftwerk - Autobahn (1974)
  • Roberta Flack - First Take (1969)

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