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GUEST,Sarah 30 Mar 04 - 09:25 AM
Alice 30 Mar 04 - 09:15 AM
Alice 30 Mar 04 - 09:08 AM
Peter Kasin 30 Mar 04 - 01:35 AM
Bill D 29 Mar 04 - 05:48 PM
JenEllen 29 Mar 04 - 05:43 PM
Guy Wolff 29 Mar 04 - 05:36 PM
TheBigPinkLad 29 Mar 04 - 05:28 PM
GUEST,Peter from Essex 29 Mar 04 - 04:50 PM
Ed. 29 Mar 04 - 04:14 PM
GUEST,Jaze 29 Mar 04 - 02:41 PM
GUEST,Whistle Stop 29 Mar 04 - 01:29 PM
Wesley S 29 Mar 04 - 11:07 AM
ranger1 29 Mar 04 - 09:22 AM
el ted 29 Mar 04 - 07:44 AM
Ellenpoly 29 Mar 04 - 07:40 AM
Teribus 29 Mar 04 - 07:23 AM
Hrothgar 29 Mar 04 - 04:21 AM
Matt_R 29 Mar 04 - 01:31 AM
hobbitwoman 28 Mar 04 - 09:57 PM
JennyO 28 Mar 04 - 09:46 PM
GUEST,Wesley S at Home 28 Mar 04 - 04:50 PM
dianavan 28 Mar 04 - 03:29 PM
GUEST,mkebenn@work 28 Mar 04 - 02:26 PM
Metchosin 28 Mar 04 - 02:01 PM
Mary in Kentucky 28 Mar 04 - 01:27 PM
MARINER 28 Mar 04 - 11:06 AM
fat B****rd 28 Mar 04 - 11:04 AM
Backstage Manager(inactive) 28 Mar 04 - 09:27 AM
Raptor 28 Mar 04 - 09:22 AM
ray bucknell 28 Mar 04 - 09:04 AM
masato sakurai 28 Mar 04 - 08:50 AM
Sandra in Sydney 28 Mar 04 - 08:27 AM
lady penelope 28 Mar 04 - 07:17 AM
Amergin 28 Mar 04 - 02:39 AM
Blackcatter 28 Mar 04 - 01:48 AM
Art Thieme 28 Mar 04 - 12:35 AM
Art Thieme 28 Mar 04 - 12:27 AM
Peace 28 Mar 04 - 12:08 AM
Scoville 27 Mar 04 - 10:34 PM
Don Firth 27 Mar 04 - 09:18 PM
GUEST 27 Mar 04 - 08:36 PM
ranger1 27 Mar 04 - 07:39 PM
Little Hawk 27 Mar 04 - 04:35 PM
Thomas the Rhymer 27 Mar 04 - 04:06 PM
Sooz 27 Mar 04 - 04:06 PM
Little Hawk 27 Mar 04 - 04:00 PM
Thomas the Rhymer 27 Mar 04 - 03:56 PM
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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,Sarah
Date: 30 Mar 04 - 09:25 AM

Tubular Bells, Mike Oldfield

my dad gave me the money because the copy I had made with a handheld early tape-recorder next to my best friend's record player was driving him potty!!

Happy days

Cheers
Sarah


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Alice
Date: 30 Mar 04 - 09:15 AM

...or maybe not the Lonely Bull title, it's been so long the record is lost somewhere. I know I bought it for that particular track, but probably a later title by Herb Alpert. I don't think he sang anything on the Lonely Bull. It wasn't Whipped Cream, either (what a scandalous cover that was at the time). Anyway, the album with Herb Alpert singing "this guy's in love".


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Alice
Date: 30 Mar 04 - 09:08 AM

Herb Alpert, "The Lonely Bull" album, ....This guy's in love... this guy's in love with you... (my teenage heart throbbed)


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 30 Mar 04 - 01:35 AM

First LP: "John Fitzgerald Kennedy: In Memoriam" (1964), a collection of speeches. I was 11. I think it cost $1.98.

First single: ""It's A Gas: Alfred E. Neuman Vocalizes." Instrumentals with belching. What more perfect recording for a 10 year old boy?

Chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Bill D
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 05:48 PM

45s...Gene Autry's "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer", maybe ...

LPs...hmmm...either Johnny Standly's "It's In the Book"
or
Raphael Mendez and his sons...legendary trumpet players.

Folk...Burl Ives "Wayfaring Stranger", I think....


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: JenEllen
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 05:43 PM

LOL...These are great! I inherited my mother's record collection when she died, all the folk and sixties rock I could stand. Prior to that, I had a little 8-track player in my room and the only two tapes I had were one of Elvis, and one of the Chipmunks. Once I got the record player, the first vinyl I bought? Don't judge, but I think it was a Wham! 45...LMAO
~JE


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 05:36 PM

This is a fun idea for a thread. Great. I had to post first . Now I will go read this .
             My first 45 was "You Anit Nothing But A Hound Dog " By some guy from Memphis . More important at the time my second was "Tall Paul " and "Ma He's making Eyes at me" by Annett Funachello .    M. I. C . KEY MOUSE <><>   I had just gotten my polio vacination . It is yesterday for me !!!!


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: TheBigPinkLad
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 05:28 PM

First single: Do wah diddy diddy, Manfred Mann
First Album: Happy to be part of the industry of human happiness, vasrious artists


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,Peter from Essex
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 04:50 PM

First single was something by the Beatles. Can't remember which one now.

First album - Rock Machine Turns You On

First Folk album - Ballads and Songs by Nic Jones.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Ed.
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 04:14 PM

First single: "Something Else" by The Sex Pistols.

My parents soon confiscated it from me, deciding that the lyrics to the B Side "Friggin' in the Riggin'" weren't suitabe for a 12 year old boy...

First album: Abba Arrival


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,Jaze
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 02:41 PM

Diana Ross and the Supremes Greatest Hits--the blue double lp circa 1967


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,Whistle Stop
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 01:29 PM

First single was The Beatles: Paperback Writer/Rain, with the picture sleeve, which I got for my 8th birthday in 1966. First album was also The Beatles: Rubber Soul (American version).


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Wesley S
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 11:07 AM

Ellenpoly - This Diamond Ring was by Gary Lewis and the Playboys. I could be wrong but I think the producer on that record was Leon Russell.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: ranger1
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 09:22 AM

If we've moved past vinyl, my first cassette was Journey "Frontiers" and my first CD was The Saw Doctors "Songs From Sun Street." I only graduated to CDs about six years ago, once I discovered that a lot of stuff I really liked could only be had on CD. First tradional album I bought was by a local group called Castlebay, back when there were still four members.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: el ted
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 07:44 AM

I have a horrible feeling my first LP purchase was by Ken Dodd and the Diddymen from Woolworth's in about 1966. I wish I could say it was something way cooler.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Ellenpoly
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 07:40 AM

Both my brother and my parents bought most of the records in our house, and my tastes were led accordingly (and far better than what I would have come up with on my own.) I do believe I bought "This Diamond Ring" by Freddie and the Dreamers(?) as a single and the first record must have been something by the Beatles..Maybe Sgt Pepper...


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Teribus
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 07:23 AM

First Record - Lonnie Donnegan, "My old man's a dustman"

First LP - Corrie Folk Trio & Paddy Bell.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Hrothgar
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 04:21 AM

That Guest on 27 Mar 04 at 08:36 PM was me.

And the EP I wrote about was 45 rpm, as were all the EPs I remember from that period.

The first CD I ever owned was given to me in 1992 - Mary Black. Best of all, I was given the CD player on which to play it.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Matt_R
Date: 29 Mar 04 - 01:31 AM

First CD: Symphonic Star Trek - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra with Erich Kunzel (1996)

First LP: A New World Record - ELO (1996)


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: hobbitwoman
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 09:57 PM

The first LP I ever owned was the first Monkees album... I got it for Christmas the year I was 13, along with my first stereo. The Monkees was THE top tv show that year, and like 75% of other 13 year old girls that year, I was madly "in love with" Davy Jones.

The first LP I actually bought with my own money, was the second Monkees album. I conned my younger brother into helping me take soda bottles to the store for the refund by telling him he could have half ownership of the album.

The first 45 I owned was something by Paul Revere and the Raiders.

The first song I remember my dad getting mad about was "Something's Burning (And I Think It's Love)" by Kenny Rogers and the First Edition. (Fortunately by the time my son got into heavy metal, Dad's hearing had deteriorated to the point where he couldn't understand the lyrics.)

But the first folk album I ever bought will stand out in my mind forever - it was Joan Baez "One Day at a Time". I was 17, and that's where my love affair with folk music began. I recently bought that album in CD, as it's been years since I've owned a working turntable. Still have a lot of my vynil though. Just nothing to play them on.

Annie


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: JennyO
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 09:46 PM

Little Patty - "He's my blond-headed stompy-wompy real gone surfer boy" (or was that the first line?)

Sandra, that WAS the name of it, believe it or not.

BTW, Sandra, did you know I went to school with Little Pattie?

Jenny


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,Wesley S at Home
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 04:50 PM

My first two were Dino,Dezi,and Billy and the Kinks Greatest Hits. I thought I still had them both but the only one I can find is the Kinks. I still have over 2,000 vinyl LP's. At one point I had over 3,000 but I sold some because I needed the room.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: dianavan
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 03:29 PM

I don't remember the first album I bought. My first album was given to me by my dad - Bobby Darren. The next album was a Christmas present from my boyfriend - Ray Charles (I later found out he stole it). I didn't have much money but I listened to the radio alot.

d


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST,mkebenn@work
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 02:26 PM

First LP..Shut down volume 2(it had Thunder Road on it). First 45, Gene Pitney "The Man who shot Liberty Valance" Mike


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Metchosin
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 02:01 PM

I thought 16 2/3 RPM was for spoken word recordings. You could get twice as much stuff on a record and didn't need the dynamic range and band width. Bass whacks take up big groove space. Because it was spoken word, it didn't take up much groove space. I never heard of music being recorded on 16 and 2/3 RPM in North America, any EP's I had were at 45 RPM too.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Mary in Kentucky
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 01:27 PM

Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, I was a teenager and listened to it over and over usually late at night drinking a cup of tea, still one of my favorites and brings tears to my eyes.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: MARINER
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 11:06 AM

First album I bought was "The Johnnie Otis Show" featuring among others "Marie Adams and The Three Tons of Joy". Still have it. I t was a fake "live" album with applause etc.added on in the studio. The first folk album I bought a few years later was "The McPeake Family of Belfast", I think it was on Prestige. Still have that one too!


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: fat B****rd
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 11:04 AM

I seem to remember that some floppy advertising discs were at 16 2/£ but all my eps were played at 45 rpm.
Good stuff eps, my friend found six of them by Little Richard in a second hand shop in Grimsby.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Backstage Manager(inactive)
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 09:27 AM

Any one remember the extended play records? Table turned at 16 2/3.

My first record player had speeds of 16 & 2/3, 33 & 1/3, 45 and 78. But I never had, or even saw, a record that played at 16 & 2/3.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Raptor
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 09:22 AM

Who's Next

Raptor


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: ray bucknell
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 09:04 AM

The first album I remember buying with my own money was the Chad Mitchell Trio "Singin Our Minds." I was probably in about fourth grade, and it's still just about my favorite album (especially since it's now come out on CD and sounds so much cleaner than the vinyl record did).
    Before that I'd received several albums as Christmas presents: the red vinyl Alvin and the Chipmunks LP, the Best of the Chad Mitchell Trio on Kapp, and the early Bill Cosby album with the bit about "Kindergarten." I never bought many 45s, but the ones I did get were mostly bubblegum bands like the Cowsills. Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky" does come to mind, though, as one of my more "daring" purchases.

                                     'Ray


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: masato sakurai
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 08:50 AM

My first LP was The Carter Family's compilation album Mid the Green Fields of Virginia (RCA/Victor). It was in the 1960s.

Masato


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 08:27 AM

my first was a single bought with 12th birthday money in 1964.

Little Patty - "He's my blond-headed stompy-wompy real gone surfer boy" (or was that the first line?)

My first CD (needed in 1997 when I finally bought a CD player) was supposed to be Joan Baez "Five", but the shop didn't have a copy! So I ordered it & bought 4 or 5 others instead.

I needed the CD as my very old copy, taped late 70's or early 80's from a friend's battered record, was on it's very wheeeeezy whirrry last legs & I couldn't imagine life without it.

sandra


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: lady penelope
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 07:17 AM

The first single I bought was Oh Superman - Laurie Anderson

The album was a second hand copy of Foxtrot - Genesis.

TTFN Lady P.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Amergin
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 02:39 AM

Actually my first record was a Superman record from the radio show...

I also had some read along records too...


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Blackcatter
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 01:48 AM

It would have to be the Captain & Tenilles (sp?) greatest hits and the Village People's Y.M.C.A. - both were 8 tracks.

Ahhhhh the mid 70s.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Art Thieme
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 12:35 AM

Maybe it was my 6th or 7th birthday.

But to this day I still hear those stupid words they sang whenever I hear "The Dance Of The Sugarplum Fairies" and the other parts of Nutcracker Suite played instrumentally.

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Art Thieme
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 12:27 AM

RUSTY IN ORCHESTRAVILLE

and

NUTCRACKER SUITE (done by Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians)

I bought 'em with money sent to me for my 5th birthday !

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Peace
Date: 28 Mar 04 - 12:08 AM

Any one remember the extended play records? Table turned at 16 2/3.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Scoville
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 10:34 PM

I'm slightly post-LP. The first CD I ever got was Del Shannon, in 1986, I think. Buddy Holly was probably the second.

I think my mother started out with the Weavers.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Don Firth
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 09:18 PM

José Iturbi playing Chopin's Polonaise in Am, following seeing the 1945 movie A Song to Remember, a Hollywoodized, romanticized, and pretty inaccurate biography of Frederic Chopin, starring Cornel Wilde, with Merle Oberon as George Sand. Iturbi did bravura performances playing piano on the sound track while Wilde did a good job of faking it. Single 12" 78 rpm (this was back when music was carved into a stone disk with a chisel, rotated on a potter's wheel, and played with a saber-toothed tiger tusk for a needle).

The first LPs (33 1/3 rpm) I bought were a two record set: the full-length recording of Rigoletto by Guiseppe Verdi, with Jan Peerce singing the Duke, Erna Berger as Gilda, and Leonard Warren as Rigoletto. The first full-length opera recorded in a studio, it's now a collectors item. Still got it. Still sounds great!

How square is that!??

First folk records I bought were a Burl Ives and a Richard Dyer-Bennet (yup, still square), both 10" LPs, and two 10" 78 rpm records that Walt Robertson did on Linden Records, a local company, bought one afternoon early in 1952 (just to put things into historical perspective, Joan Baez would have been about eleven years old at the time). I bought my first guitar a few months later. It was a Regal: $9.95 for the guitar, and with fiberboard case and a copy of Nick Manoloff's "How to Play the Guitar," the total price was $15.00. It sounded a bit like it was made of apple-crate wood (and probably was), but the fretting was accurate and the action was fairly soft. Easy to learn on. I was very lucky.

Don Firth


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: GUEST
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 08:36 PM

45 EP - The Weavers. It had Lonedome Traveller, The Rakish Kind, So Long It's Been Good To Know You, and, um, er, I think, The Sinking of the Reuben James on it.

LP - The Wayfarers - a Brisbane group that in these days (early 60s) was made up of Stan Arthur, Bob Stewart, Garry Tooth, and Theo Bosch. The LP was called (I think) The Barley Mow.

Somebody with good taste now has these. Wish I knew who ...


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: ranger1
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 07:39 PM

My first album bought with my own cash was a John Denver album. I bought it with birthday money my Grandmother sent me when we lived in Norway. I was all of eleven.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Little Hawk
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 04:35 PM

Or was it a 78?

(the gang)

"We sure like girls all kinds of girls
From Annie to Veronica...
We like 'em small or fat or tall..."

(Alvin cuts in...)

"I wanna play MY harmonica!!!"

(the gang)

"And if we want to get a kiss
We take them food or popcorn
Because they always fall in love..."

(Alvin cuts in again...)

"When I play my harmonicorn!!!"

Oooo-ooo...Oooo-oooo....

- LH


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Thomas the Rhymer
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 04:06 PM

Thanks for reminding me, Little Hawk... My parents already had most of "The Chipmunks"...

AAAAAAlllvvviiiiiiiiin!
ttr


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Sooz
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 04:06 PM

Jacques Loussier Trio Play Bach (No2)It was 32/7 from Boots where you could listen in a booth before you coughed up your hard earned!
Never bought singles.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Little Hawk
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 04:00 PM

Now, wait a minute...it may have been Alvin & the Chimpmunks (Alvin Simon & Theodore) doing "Alvin's Harmonica". It was a forty-five.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Thomas the Rhymer
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 03:56 PM

First three albums... Beethoven's Eroica, which came with a strange floppy-disk kind of record that may have been a forty-five, of the conductor (Leonard Bernstein) discussing the structure the symphony itself, and going on at some length about music theory...

But that was all put on the backburner in my life a year or so later when I got "Morrison Hotel" by the Doors...

Then "Deja vu" hit my parent's stack 'em up mono record player, and the beginning of "Carry On" was consistantly turned up to the point of that pesky speaker distortion we all remember so fondly...

But my favorite music before I ever bought any myself, and Baroque still is... "Baroque Trumpets", on the 'Nonesuch' label.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Franz S.
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 03:25 PM

First record: a 78, a pop version of Greensleeves by the Bevrly sisters. Never heard of again, but I still have it.

First album: The Jimmy Giuffre Three. Still have that one too.

First folk album: Pete Seeger's Gazette. Still have that one too.


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Subject: RE: BS: the first record and LP you ever bought
From: Peter T.
Date: 27 Mar 04 - 03:21 PM

I always listened to the radio, and my parents bought records. Then....

First record - "You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry", The Caravelles (yes, swoon!)

First album -- The Beatles vs. The 4 Seasons (A two album set that no one believes actually existed, but it did -- it had a tally sheet where you could rate the battle of the bands, and decide who was best).

yours,

Peter T.


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