I grew up in a house where music was important. At first it was Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass. I had maybe four records by them before I was nine. It was a Beatles household. The White Album was the first rock n roll record in the house. By 1970 I was nine and anticipated seeing them on Ed Sullivan but it was the Let It Be clips. I bought the Let It Be album. It had the book with photos and film dialogue. A bit later I suppose I enjoyed The Partridge Family but that was more because I had a crush on Shirley Jones. By age twelve or thirteen I was buying David Bowie and Stevie Wonder. But Saturday morning cartoons taught me that The Osmonds "Hold Her Tight" was a killer record.