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Gene Pitney's "Town Without A Pity" now does that date me or what? lol
Believe it or not, I have absolutely no recollection of what the first record I ever bought was. I cannot even tell you what the first tape(music) was either or even what was my first "cd" that I bought.
One reason, not worth remembering. It's irrelevant in the scope of the rest of my life. Therefore, discarded to add space for more relevant stuff in need of remembering.
Cool question though for those who can remember. I'll leave it at that.
With my first babysitting pay @50 cents an hour I bought Blue Velvet by Bobby Vinton. Cost me a whole dollar.
Bought a hamburger for 30 cents and a cola for 15 cents at the drugstore teen hangout.
Man I was rich.
9th grade. I'm 60 now........
I used to buy records with my mom when I was young, we buy single ones using our old phono system, every Carpenter songs, new release my mom will buy it.
I bought my first one Billie Jean by Michael Jackson!
Yep this one will really date me as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTjWmC7OT0g
OMG and I thought my Town Without A Pity was so dating, this one of yours beats mine, I think, or maybe not, they may have been around the same time certainly in the same era:0) I use to carry my portable 45 record player all around with me and go to dance parties in each others homes. LOL
I first record I bought with my own money was the single of The Partridge Family's I Think I Love You
Mine was a single, bought with my pocket money: 'Sailing' by Rod Stewart. I played it on repeat for weeks and weeks until it was worn out.
The original of Sailing by the Sutherland Brothers was actually far better IMO though I enjoyed Rod's version too.
My first ever record was either Little Arrows by Leapy Lea or I'm Nver Gonna Fall in Love Again by Bobby Gentry.
Ahhhh...to be 10 again!
geez, I am so impressed that you can remember! I don't have a clue.. I bought so many, I really can't remember.
some of these are really funny!! a town without pity?
Just for you RebekahELLE...enjoy or not enjoy? lol
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Ooops I guess that won't work, will try again. LOL
town without pity. that music sounds romantic.
I don't know what you posted, saddlerider.
I went to UTube and copy and pasted the embed...but alas this is what came out. I would like to embed the music? hmmmm. The one I pasted above is the video. It was a sad and romantic song in it;s day and a movie was made with the same title.
Okay I see above that you embedded the same one, hmmm how did you do that? well that's the song hope you enjoyed it. Gene Pitney was a star in his day along with Bobby Vee, Bobby Rydell, Paul Anka, Fabian and Frankie Avalon.
You mean me? If so, what a coincidence.
Look at 'formatting tips' below the box you write the message in - it tells you how to place links.
Thanks camlo, I found it and it WORKS. yeah..have a look at
I kissed a ......? with bush tail
just copy and paste the URL from your web address. don't bother with the embedding.
I think my first that my mom probably bought for me was a Beatle song.
I hope you enjoy this one to...I kissed a ..........? with bushy tail:0)))
I wrote a hub about a band that I had never heard of until my friend took me to one of their concerts here in clearwater. maybe you know this song. I fell in LOVE with this music, it is so romantic and I couldn't stop smiling the entire weekend after I saw them.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke1dV_Ip … r_embedded
With such a great title, I was expecting something ... different.
I've always loved this one by Gene Pitney http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIjUaxP7PPE
Mine was Michael Jackson "Thriller"..Well my mom bought it for me but it was mine. I was only 8. I love that CD..
by MickeySr6 years ago
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by Rockerzz7 years ago
Please mention the full song names and attach links if possible.
by thirdmillenium3 years ago
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I'm curious to what people are listening to at the moment. I'm addicted to Lady gaga - born his way and Enrique Iglesias - Tonight (not his style at all). I've been playing those on repeat
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I'm loving the song Tomorrow by Chris Young.It is a cool country song>>>>>>>>> What song are you loving?
by TeeEmEl6 years ago
what song do you think can withstand the tests of time? Tell me the song and the artist..
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