Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Wildest cat from montana, Jan 25, 2022.
Ironically enough, it was "45" by The Gaslight Anthem.
Duran Duran - Notorious
It is blurry and I have to go back to release dates to be sure... neither am I very proud of...
Either carly simon-the spy who loved me or bay city rollers- the spy who loved me
But my first lp was worse...kiss alive 2- later traded to my cousin for wings london town
I'm almost sure it was:
McCartney/Wings Hi Hi Hi/C Moon.
Solid red label, on Apple. Wings - Hi, Hi, Hi / C Moon
Vanity Fare - Hitchin A Ride
The Irish Rovers “Wasn’t That A Party”. Pretty crazy song for a 7 year-old to dig.
It was either Playground in My Mind by Clint Holmes or Candy Man by Sammy Davis Jr. Either way, I was 8 years old, and it was my mom who paid. (She paid, alright!)
I always wondered whatever happened to Michael & weather he was still with Cindy.
In 1971 I bought Paul McCartney's "Uncle Albert" single -- for the B side, "Too Many People." I hated "Uncle Albert" and most of the "Ram" album but loved -- and still love -- "Too Many People."
Oh do I love her. What an adorable little chica. I assume you have the Pic-Nic lp. That's my favorite Jeanette
I was born in ‘76 but the first 45 I remember spinning was either The Beach Boys “Dance, Dance, Dance” or the Beatles “Penny Lane”.
Both from my mom’s collection. I think they were both Capital records with the orange and yellow swirl.
Started out right, I think.
"Electric Avenue" by Eddy Grant
Chick A Boom - Daddy Dew Drop?
I forget which now, after all these years.
It may well have been I Feel Fine or Come Together, or maybe even the Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose - Treat Her Like A Lady?
That makes one of us!
Sorry that should have said BSR saturday night
I don't know exactly which one, but I'm sure it's one of these:
Waterloo - Abba
Kung Fu Fighting - Carl Douglas
I Shot The Sheriff - Eric Clapton
They're all pretty beat up 45s with no sleeves anymore.
I think I probably got them from Memco for maybe 78 cents?
Awwww, I really like I'm Alive. All of the Xanadu tracks are great to me, especially All Over The World.
I bought several at once. Christmas 1972, I was 8. My dad gave me $5 and I told him I wanted to spend it on records. He took me to K-Mart (I think 45s were about 55 cents). Looking at the Billboard chart from December 30, 1972 I think the ones I bought were: "Me And Mrs. Jones" - Billy Paul, "Clair" - Gilbert O'Sullivan, "It Never Rains In Southern California" - Albert Hammond, "Your Mama Don't Dance" - Loggins & Messina, "Superstition" - Stevie Wonder, "I Can See Clearly Now" - Johnny Nash, "Summer Breeze" - Seals & Crofts, and "Rocky Mountain High" - John Denver.
Chris montez. let’s Dance, monogram records
Me And You And A Dog Named Boo, or was it Joy To The World by Three Dog Night? One of those two.
Never had this on 45 but, damn, I sure remember when it was out and as big a hit as could be.
Must have heard it 100 times a day. You couldn't escape it.
In fourth grade (1970) after lunch the teacher would play 45's that we brought in to class, and I remember bringing that one in, a few others too.
Not sure if these were the first but the first two I remember would be:
Sister Mary Elephant by Cheech and Chong
Smoking in the Boys Room by Brownsville Station
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers (2009)
Not my first ever, but “Refugee” was the first 45 I bought as a teenager.
I think my first was “Dark Lady” by Cher.
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