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What music was playing when your parents conceived you ?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by 7solqs4iago, May 4, 2021 at 12:53 PM.

  1. 7solqs4iago

    7solqs4iago Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    The song you were most likely, ummmm....... playing during that date when you were ummmmmmm conceptually brought into this world?

    By the math and other clues, I have concluded (I Can't Get No Satisfaction) [Stones version] as it was #1 at the time... :D
     
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  2. Northwindblewsouth

    Northwindblewsouth Throws Right, Bats Left

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    My Dad told me when I was a lad that I was conceived to an Elvis Presley record. My mom loved Elvis and one of the highlights of her life when we saw one of his great comeback performances at the International Hotel in Las Vegas in the early 70s. However, I was born in
    1953 and “That’s All Right, Mama,” his first hit was in 1954 so there’s plenty of room for doubt.
     
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  3. angelo73

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  4. 7solqs4iago

    7solqs4iago Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    That's a fan

    a friend's wife insisted i bring back an Elvis Christmas tree bulb from Graceland when she heard i was going. Had to extra wrap for the plane flights home
     
  5. 7solqs4iago

    7solqs4iago Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    you are exempted if you cannot even fathom the thought that they ever knocked boots....


    c'mon, don't you sneak a peek?
     
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  6. Jamsterdammer

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    My Mom told me that I was conceived on 31 august 1962, which was the birthday of our Queen. How did she know it so exactly? She had a bit of a sixth sense. She simply knew the day after that she was pregnant. Same with my older brother. Anyway, back to the OP's question, Cliff Richard with Do You Want To Dance was number one in The Netherlands for two weeks already, so I'm sure my parents had heard that song (and probably liked it).
     
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  7. 7solqs4iago

    7solqs4iago Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    I heard that sixth sense speech as well growing up....
     
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  8. Bingo Bongo

    Bingo Bongo Music gives me Eargasms

    Probably Elvis for me.....
     
  9. CrawdaddySim1

    CrawdaddySim1 Forum Resident

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    "Killing Me Softly with His Song" by Roberta Flack was #1 in mid-March, 1973, but I never knew my parents to be fans of that song.

    My guess would be that they didn't have any music on at all. But I sure as heck won't ever ask them!
     
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  10. Alcoholic

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    Why speculate when you can watch the video?
     
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  11. angelo73

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    .. and at about 45 seconds in, the sound of the needle dragging across the record ..

    :wtf:
     
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  12. 7solqs4iago

    7solqs4iago Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    when they get old enough they will answer you seriously....
     
  13. JoeDea

    JoeDea Forum Resident

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    Or maybe it's the thought of asking the question. I'd frankly think there was something wrong if my kids asked.
     
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  14. optoman

    optoman Forum Resident

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    I can't remember
     
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  15. The Bishop

    The Bishop Forum Resident

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  16. musicfan37

    musicfan37 Senior Member

    Possibly “Good Luck Charm” - Elvis Presley (May, 1962)
     
  17. zakyfarms

    zakyfarms White cane lying in a gutter in the lane.

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  18. Mister Charlie

    Mister Charlie "Music Is The Doctor Of My Soul " - Doobie Bros.

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    Probably a Spike Jonez song. Like 'Do You Wanna Buy A Bunny?' or more likely 'Cocktails For Two'.
     
  19. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Certified dinosaur, who likes physical product

    All I can tell you is that I was conceived and born on the same couch, by design apparently....

    If there was music playing at the time, it was likely either Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee or Dylan
     
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  20. Bern

    Bern JC4Me

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    Going back nine months from my birthday...
    Bird Dog by The Everly Brothers was number one at that time.
     
  21. lordcat

    lordcat Forum Resident

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    Mungo Jerry "In the Summertime"
     
  22. footprintsinthesand

    footprintsinthesand Reasons to be cheerful Part 1

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    I was too busy trying to win a swimming challenge against millions of competitors :agree:
     
  23. Mal

    Mal Phorum Physicist

  24. stunner2020

    stunner2020 Forum Resident

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  25. Old Fart At Play

    Old Fart At Play He won't eat it, he hates everything

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    It might have been this:
     

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