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Writer's Block: Your First Record [Jul. 18th, 2008|09:01 pm]
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What was the first music album you ever bought or owned? Do you still listen to it or have you moved on?
Xanadu soundtrack, I was 7 or so.
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[User Picture]From: lassiter
2008-07-19 02:36 am (UTC)

"Meet The Beatles" I don't own it any more but I still love all the songs.

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[User Picture]From: azael93
2008-07-19 02:37 am (UTC)
Beethoven Piano concertos, followed closely by the Police Synchronicity and Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith. I was nine.
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[User Picture]From: libbyt
2008-07-19 03:11 am (UTC)
first album i ever bought was donna summers, she works hard for her money. i can't say i still listen to it but every once in a while i hear it somewhere and sing along. :)

glad you're home and doing better...
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[User Picture]From: christeos_pir
2008-07-19 03:43 am (UTC)
I think the first record I bought with my own money was a Beatles EP, Love Me Do/Can't Buy Me Love. Can't remember what the first LP was. I do remember the first LP I owned was (i.e., a present), but I think I'll plead the Fifth. Let's just say 'Enery the Eighth and Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter were on it.

Glad you're feeling better, beautiful.

Edited at 2008-07-19 03:44 am (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: ozzzz666
2008-07-19 03:51 am (UTC)
John Cougar, It was a gift, I think I was about 7 or so. I still sing along with all those tunes when I hear them. "Hurts so good.....Come on baby make it hurt so good.....sometimes love,, don't feel like it should. should make it......Hurt so goood !
LOL!!!
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[User Picture]From: luxcanon
2008-07-20 08:44 pm (UTC)
I got my first two albums at the same time.

The Eagles, Hotel California
and the Bee-Gees Children of the World.

My first vinyl was a 45 record,
The Monkees I'm a Believer
but I much preferred the B side
Stepping Stone.

It was a great lesson to get early in my career with music appreciation:
The B-side is often a surprising delight, and sometimes even better than the reason you thought you were buying the music.
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