Easy listening ‘old and new’ .
Linda relocated to Mudeford, Dorset in 2018 having lived and worked in London and Surrey.
Her love of music has remained constant ever since working in the music industry in her twenties and thirties.
Her major claim to fame is having watched Allee Willis and Jon Lind compose ‘Boogie Wonderland’ during her time as Studio Engineer for Rondor Music Publishing. Oh, and, working as sound engineer with Trevor Jordan, rubbing two plastic bags together to get the sound of marching soldiers on Elkie Brooks' ‘He Could Have Been An Army’ demos!
After her time at A&M records as one of the first female sound engineers in the 70’s. She went on to record talking books for the blind.