Other People's Headphones: Seven Albums from Seven Skiers - Ski Mag

Other People's Headphones: Seven Albums from Seven Skiers

There’s an old saying that writing about music is like dancing about architecture. But we can’t help it. Because if you’re a skier, you depend on music. Lean on it. Whether it’s in the morning on the way to the hill, skiing to it, or seeing a live show when you’re done, music is inextricably linked to our lives. Here are seven essential albums from seven different skiers.
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