Most memorable number one of the 60's
'It's all over now' : Rolling Stones, 1964

Most forgettable pop song of the 60's
I can't remember what this was

Most enjoyable prelude to an opera
'Four Sea Interludes' from 'Peter Grimes' by Benjamin Britten

Longest valued symphony
Bruckners 8th Symphony, by Anton Bruckner

Most cherished Composer
Dmitri Shostakovitch

Most tuneful composer
Sergei Prokovief

Most striking composer
Igor Stravinsky

Most infatuating composer
Zoltan Kodaly

Most prestigious film scorer
Malcolm Arnold

Most inflated composer
Gustav Mahler

Most admired folk band
Brass Monkey

Most revered folk instrumentalist
John Kirkpatrick

Most outstanding folk singer
Cathy Lesurf, who sang with the Albion Dance Band

Most evocative song writer
Bob Dylan

Most prolific folk group
Fairport Convention

Most lyrical folk group
Steeleye Span

Most wistful folk song
'Lovely on the water' by Steeleye Span

Most plaintive song
'Fair as you' by The Incredible String Band

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Most favoured colour
Most craved for biscuit
Sweet Marie

Most yearned for toffees
Spangles and Tics

Most longed for pudding

Most sought ale
Yates' bitter from West Newton, (no, not from some wine Lodge)

Most spectacular view
'The Wasdale Head Inn' from Ill Gill Head

Most thrilling Train journey
To 'The Ratty Arms' from Dalegarth

Most unforgettable walk
To 'The George' from Glenderaterra Beck

Most forgettable walk
From The Lamb, via 13 the pubs on Church Street to some lamp-post

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