Cold Play is on vinyl? Weird.My first album was inherited from my brother. I was 4 when he gave me his copy of The Birds, The Bees, and The Monkees.
Happy Together by the Turtles. I was 7.
Sing it Again Rod (Whiskey Glass cover) - Rod Stewart
K-TEL compilation "Dancer" http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktelqueen/354593090/
With Aptos as my hometown, I was by ordinance required to buy the Eagles, "The Long Run."Gm.
Bozo at the Circus was my first. I was younger than Bob.
Pat Benatar "Live." I still love vinyl more than the other options.
My first album was Captain & Tennile followed by 2nd album, Black Sabbath. Times....they were a changin!
Saturday Night Fever! I didn't know what to pick so Mom pushed me to that because it had just come out. I played the heck out of that thing though!
"How much is that doggy in the window"...it was a 45. Played it on my little white suitcase record player.
First record I ever got was "500 Miles" by the Proclaimers. I didn't understand that it was supposed to be a sad song. First album I ever bought with my own money was Rick Springfield's "Working Class Dog." I understood that "Jesse's Girl" was a sad song.
K-Tel presents "Rockin' round the clock" with Big Bopper and Chubby Checkers.I have ALWAYS loved 50's music.BTW, this is ultracool. Can't wait to show Baby E in the morning.
i love this!!!disney's "brer rabbit and tar baby" on vinyl, before i had a choice. then, debbie gibson's "electric youth" when i was old enough to choose. not sure which is worse.
Birds of a horrifying feather...