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Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?

GUEST,Gealt 25 Feb 15 - 09:59 AM
RoyH (Burl) 24 Feb 15 - 04:13 PM
GUEST,Sidewinder 24 Feb 15 - 07:14 AM
sleepyjon 23 Feb 15 - 06:25 PM
GUEST,gillymor 23 Feb 15 - 10:02 AM
GUEST,gillymor 23 Feb 15 - 09:00 AM
GUEST,Mike Yates 23 Feb 15 - 08:49 AM
GUEST,Desi C 23 Feb 15 - 08:44 AM
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mike gouthro 21 Feb 15 - 06:45 PM
GUEST,Bob Coltman 21 Feb 15 - 06:08 PM
Acorn4 21 Feb 15 - 04:58 AM
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Bugsy 20 Feb 15 - 09:25 PM
Mark Ross 20 Feb 15 - 08:45 PM
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GUEST,Eddie1 - sans cookie as ever! 14 Dec 14 - 02:46 PM
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GUEST,sciencegeek 11 Dec 14 - 11:43 AM
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GUEST,David W 11 Dec 14 - 10:48 AM
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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Gealt
Date: 25 Feb 15 - 09:59 AM

The McPeake Family, Topic, 1963 - a present for passing the (Irish) leaving cert.

http://www.discogs.com/McPeake-Family-The-McPeake-Family/release/3425764


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 24 Feb 15 - 04:13 PM

Songs from 'The Jolson Story' sung by the man himself.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Sidewinder
Date: 24 Feb 15 - 07:14 AM

I recall purchasing the LP "U.S. Male" by Elvis from Woolworths in 1975. Had a reel to reel tape before that. Man! we was poor.

Regards.

Sidewinder.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: sleepyjon
Date: 23 Feb 15 - 06:25 PM

Think it must have been the Paul Simon Songbook - 1966, last year at university - it ate up a lot of my grant! - I met him a few times in Bunjies but never thought to ask him to sign it or anything. It'd probably be worth a bob or two if I had.

SJ


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,gillymor
Date: 23 Feb 15 - 10:02 AM

Completely forgot about a little combo from Liverpool. A U.S. release called Meet the Beatles was definitely my first LP then I got into soul music, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Freddie Scott, Booker T and the MG's, Sam and Dave etc. and didn't get back to LPs until psychedelic rock came along.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,gillymor
Date: 23 Feb 15 - 09:00 AM

It was probably Led Zeppelin II or Wheels of Fire by Cream or Are You Experienced by the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Prior to that I accumulated a lot of 45s, the first of which was a recording of Buffalo Gals by a cowboy band, whose name I've forgotten, on yellow vinyl.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Mike Yates
Date: 23 Feb 15 - 08:49 AM

The first LP that I bought myself was a recording of Greig's piano Concerto. My first folk LP was a 10" HMV recording of field-recordings put together by Peter Kennedy. The Copper Family & Harry Cox had tracks and I was just amazed to realise that my grandfather was not alone in singing such songs!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Desi C
Date: 23 Feb 15 - 08:44 AM

Yes, it was 'Introducing The Ian Campbell Folk Group' Released in 1964 I bought it a couple years later. Later in the late 70's I got to know In Campbell and was very surprised to first learn, that the 20 odd tracks were all recorded in one day as that's all the time they could afford in the studio. Secondly he didn't actually possess an original copy of the album himself, so I gave him my copy. Well loved group in the birmingham & Midlands, but very underrated nationally


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Joe_F
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 08:02 PM

I can't remember, but I suspect it was a Bob Dylan record, because I do remember that in 1965 I had a tuner, amplifier, & speaker, but no turntable, and a friend of mine -- one of those "I can get it for you wholesale" types (he is actually Jewish) -- was trying to get me to buy a turntable. I was dubious, but then I reflected that if I had a turntable I could listen to Bob Dylan anytime I wanted, so I consented, on condition that he wired it up to play mono (I thought stereo was a silly fad, and continued to buy mono records as long as they were available). So he did that, and I must have bought some Dylan, tho he lost me not long after that, and I moved over to Ewan MacColl.

Only 50 years ago!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: mike gouthro
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 06:45 PM

My first two albums (bought by my parents) were Elvis' first two in 1956 - followed by the debut albums of the Everly Brothers and Buddy Knox in 1957.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Bob Coltman
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 06:08 PM

One of the first Columbia folk LPs, Bob Atcher's 10" "Early American Folk Songs" (issued, I believe, 1949 or '50, bought 1950). Still have it, still play it. Those first LPs hold up better than some later ones.

Bob


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Acorn4
Date: 21 Feb 15 - 04:58 AM

"Wimoweh" by Karl Denver and I've still got it!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: pattyClink
Date: 20 Feb 15 - 09:38 PM

No, I honestly don't, but a possibility is the Clancys' I'm a Free Born Man.

I do recall I only bought 2 45s in my life, the fairly odd pair of The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and Pink Cadillac.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Bugsy
Date: 20 Feb 15 - 09:25 PM

1962, Alex Campbell " Way Out West" on the Society Label. Cost me 10/-. More than a weeks pocket monet.

Cheers

Bugsy


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Mark Ross
Date: 20 Feb 15 - 08:45 PM

The 1st record I ever bought was The Purple People Eater by Sheb Wooley, but that was a 45. The first LP I bought was Another Side Of Bob Dylan.


Mark Ross


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 20 Feb 15 - 07:24 PM

The first I was given (distinct from one I bought myself) was the Diabelli variations by Beethoven. Yeah, ours was that kind of family. I loved it!

SRS


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Eddie1 - sans cookie as ever!
Date: 14 Dec 14 - 02:46 PM

Don't remember the title of my first LP but it was a 10" Hank Williams on MGM from the Record Exchange in South Clerk Street, Edinburgh.

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 14 Dec 14 - 12:58 PM

Actually, I bought two at the same time. The second was Closer To Home by Grand Funk Railroad. I had to look up what the title was - King made a more lasting impression that GFRR.

SRS


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: JennyO
Date: 14 Dec 14 - 01:05 AM

Peter Paul and Mary - I got Moving and In the Wind. Can't remember which one I got first. Later I got the double album of Peter Paul and Mary in Concert - which was very much like the actual PPM concert I had just been to.

First single was earlier - Elvis Presley - A Fool Such as I.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Firecat
Date: 12 Dec 14 - 12:08 PM

This isn't fair on me! I'm only 30! Vinyl had given way to CDs when I bought my first album (Backstreet's Back by the Backstreet Boys, 1998).

However, my 39 year old husband remembers buying We All Stand Together by Paul McCartney and the Frog Chorus on vinyl. He says he also bought the original German version of the Kraftwerk album, "Radio-activity" a few years after it was released (the same year as he was born!). From there, he moved on to Half Man Half Biscuit and Frank Zappa...


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Teribus
Date: 12 Dec 14 - 04:36 AM

Corrie Folk Trio and Paddy Bell.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: BobL
Date: 12 Dec 14 - 02:59 AM

First LP - Holst's "Planets", BBCSO (IIRC) & Flash. Cost forty shillings & sixpence back in about 1960: beer was a tad under two bob a pint so you can work out today's inflation-adjusted cost.

My second LP was Dave Brubeck's "Time Out", after my school music teacher observed that pop music always stuck to safe formulae just when "Take Five" was about to hit the charts. I lent him the LP, he bought his own copy soon afterwards.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Roderick Warner
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 08:25 PM

First album... Miles Davis Quintet... Steamin' ... Had a lot of rock and roll singles earlier and then jazz eps... Louis then Jelly Roll Morton then hit Thelonious Monk but all on ep... First gig was MJQ at De Montfort Hall in Leicester when I was 14... Folk didn't arrive till a bit later... All on the same continuum for me, beyond artificial boundaries...


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 04:37 PM

Carole King, Tapestry.

SRS


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,ifor
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 03:32 PM

The first album i bought was The Magnificent Moodies by the Moody Blues [ featuring Denny Laine on lead vocals]. Wonderful songs and great soulful vocals from Denny. Donovan did the liner notes!

The first folk rock album i bought was Liege and Lief by Fairport Convention in 1969 but the firstfolk album was The Young Tradition Sampler.
I had a misspent youth listening to the Beatles and Stones and Tamla and Soul so hearing Chicken on a Raft by the YT was real shock to my system....but i persevered.Loved it.
Ifor


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 12:29 PM

Sorry, I meant "punkfolkrocker". Chaw, kids today with their wacky handles...


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Closet Folkie
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 12:27 PM

That old folk classic, "Ziggy Stardust" was my first LP purchase; "Jeepster" by T.Rex was the first 45 I believe.
Looks like "folkpunkrocker" and I must be about the same age; that daft Chicory Tip 45 and a not-at-all-daft one from Lindisfarne (Meet Me On The Corner) were also early purchases for me. I loved Lady Eleanor, too. Wouldn't give me the time of day though...


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,sciencegeek
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 11:43 AM

been trying... but not a clue. LOL

that said, I do remember my very first LP... I was 3 or 4 years old & I had a small portable player designed for kids. it was a narrated version of the Sleeping Beauty ballet which I played until it finally wore out.

Mom said that when I was 4, I taught myself how to pick out the melody of the sleeping beauty waltz on our old piano. never did get any better at playing that that I fear.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: JHW
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 11:01 AM

Re above: Bought a Chicago album just for 'If you leave me now' with its overlapping lines making it impossible to sing so you have to play it again. Good trick to give a song a long life.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,David W
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 10:48 AM

My first album I bought was Chicago V back in 1972, and I still have and play it. It's as good as ever too.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Guest, Brian
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 09:59 AM

Pentangle. Basket of Light. Still amazes (me, anyway).


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Andrez
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 05:19 AM

Singles: "The Swiss Maid" by Del Shannon I think or it might have been "Stomp the Tumbarumba" by Johnny Devlin I think.

blush, blush……..

Andrez


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Janie
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 01:59 AM

Wish I did, but I don't. This thread led to a fun conversation with my 86 y.o. mom tonight. She bought lots of albums and music, and probably bought most of the folk, early rock and roll and motown music my sisters and I loved -because she loved it too. I have all of the albums from our family days, an eclectic mix, and we have no clue. Neither she or I remember my sisters or me buying albums before we left home for college - do remember 45's but my Dad was prone to cleaning binges and tossing stuff so all 78's and 45's were gone, regardless of who bought them, in the poorly remembered past.   If my first lp was truly not purchased by me until I was in college, I'm guessing it was something along the lines of CSN&Y.

Memories are hard to separate when Momma was a folkie/jazz/rocker/show tunes person who spent meager money on music. What a blessing!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Jon Dudley
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 01:50 AM

The Five Faces of Manfred Mann with Paul Jones blowing his balls off on the gob iron. I listened to it the other night on S....fy and it hasn't aged at all badly. A good Brit R&B classic which led me to the blues of Lightning Hopkins, John Hurt and many more.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,ollaimh
Date: 11 Dec 14 - 12:47 AM

I can't remember thr first I bought, probably the byrds, or the beatles, but I do remember being given three lps by my grandfather. the Clancy brothers sings the songs of rebellion, omar blondall's songs of newfoundland and doc Watson's songs for children--including the cat came back. I played them until they wore out.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: J-boy
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 11:39 PM

ZZ Top Eliminator. 1982.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 10:57 PM

The first LP I bought was definitely by The Rolling Stones, though I can't say exactly which album as I bought several in rapid succession.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Mrr at work
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 07:27 PM

Too Hot To Handle, by Heat Wave, bought for the song Boogie Nights. Also first experience with just-because-you-like-the-song-doesn't-mean-you'll-like-the-album.


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From: pdq
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 12:05 PM

Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: bubblyrat
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 07:44 AM

My first ever Pukka Proper Real Genuine Bedouin LP was one by Buffy Sainte Marie in , I think, 1967 . Accompanied by a guitarist called Daddy Bones...


I believe Daddy Bones is the late Jonh Herald.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 09:21 AM

Squeezeme said:

"Bought a John Renbourn album at around the same time, played it once or twice but didn't like it much and gave it away soon afterwards. Maybe I should give it another listen 50 years on....assuming I can find a copy".

If that was John's first album, I wouldn't bother buying a new copy!
It is very disappointing! Although the LP cover is great


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Brian Peters
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 07:48 AM

Enjoyed the memories, Al. I saw ISB a couple of years later and they were equally 'informal'.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,Desi C
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 05:19 AM

The first LP I bought ws The Sound Of Music as a preent for my Mother. But for myself it was a 1964 album 'Presenting the Ian Cambell Folk Group' years later I met Ian and the group and followed them aound the Birmingham scene. I was amazed to learn from Ian that the album of 22 songs was recorded in one da as they could only afford one day in the studio, and even more surprised to learn that Ian didn't own an original couple of the LP, so I gave him mine. Maybe wrongly as it's now quite rare and I've not been able to find another copy!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: JHW
Date: 10 Dec 14 - 04:46 AM

Think it was 'With the Beatles' but can't check the date. I had 2x massive homemade speaker cabinets hung on my bedroom wall. Garrard single player was playing Beatles via RSC or RCS Amplifier (constructors shop way back) Bracket gave way and speaker landed on deck, imprinting shape of PU arm in LP. Wouldn't play after that.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,SqueezeMe
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 09:57 PM

Tom Paxton's Rambling Boy, c.1965. Long since worn out, but still often play the CD copy I replaced it with.

Bought a John Renbourn album at around the same time, played it once or twice but didn't like it much and gave it away soon afterwards. Maybe I should give it another listen 50 years on....assuming I can find a copy.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Bill D
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 05:27 PM

hmmmm... not sure.....
among the first 3-4 were "The Weavers At Carnegie Hall"
                                  "Burl Ives- Irish Songs" (or "Wayfaring Stranger")
                                  "New Folk" with Hedy West, The Greenbriar Boys, David Gude       and Jackie Washington


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Rog Peek
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 05:14 PM

"Please Please Me"   Still have it.

Rog


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: GUEST,PeteK
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 04:09 PM

Well for me it was Slade Alive and I played the Hear Me Calling track to death. Even then I knew it didn't have some deep Wagnerian meaning - but it was great fun. Happy days..

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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 01:13 PM

I saw the ISB do some of the songs off Wee Tam at Nottingham Albert Hall just before the album came out.

my chief memory was the rather informal presentation. one of the band members was giving lengthy instruction to Licorice the bass guitarist/girlfriend, before the start of every song.

the guy next to me said - oh shit, i think its her first lesson!

the commissionaire of the Albert Hall - he started the concert running down the aisles shouting 'no smoking there!' however everybody on the stage and in the audience were off their faces, - sort of stared hard back at him going , yeh sure! fantastic ....man!


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Brian Peters
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 10:28 AM

"Wee Tam & the Big Huge" (the double) was the third LP I bought. My friends liked it. They got used to it, anyway ;)

At least some of my friends got used to it, too, though it was a steep learning curve. I could only afford the single album (at 39 shillings and 11 pence), so had to catch up with 'Wee Tam' later.


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Subject: RE: Do You Remember the first LP You Bought?
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 09 Dec 14 - 10:19 AM

The first 45s I bought by myself were "Duke of Earl" by Gene Chandler, "Her Royal Majesty" by James Darren, and "The Twist" by Chubby Checker. All at once, probably at the Woolworth's on 71st and Greenfield in West Allis, Wisconsin.

My first LP purchase was an Andy Williams compilation, "The Best of..." or something like that. (No, just checked and it was the Cadence LP "Andy Williams" from 1958, though I bought it in 1960 or '61.) I bought it before I expanded my LP collection to include "Moon River" and "Warm and Willing".

Linn


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