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What was Your Song?

Postby RPM » Sun Sep 13, 2015 11:21 am

I grew up on my parents music of the 50's early 60's which was great, but in 1977 when I was 13 Alan O'day
released "Undercover Angel" yeah a silly song but It started my own music Journey......What was yours?
"Remember Suzanne, those summer nights, those summer nights with me"
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby Majestic » Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:52 pm

RPM wrote:I grew up on my parents music of the 50's early 60's which was great, but in 1977 when I was 13 Alan O'day
released "Undercover Angel" yeah a silly song but It started my own music Journey......What was yours?


Funny...I was seven when that song came out, and it was my first 45! :)
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby scarab » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:54 am

first 45 i bought was thunder island. Jay Ferguson?
but what really cemented my musical genre was a road trip with my family. I was 11 and Escape was playing on all music channels.
Open Arms, Who's Crying Now, Stone in Love, but mostly Don't Stop Believin. After that trip joined Columbia Music Club :lol: and got Infinity, Evolution and Departure.
But back then Don't Stop Believin was my song. Now played to death it's no longer my favorite song.
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby Archetype » Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:09 am

Mr. Roboto and Renegade by Styx, and a lot of Weird Al
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby Frontiers65 » Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:49 am

King Of Nothing by Seals and Crofts. The Air That I Breathe by The Hollies.
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby RPM » Sun Sep 27, 2015 11:58 am

Majestic wrote:
RPM wrote:I grew up on my parents music of the 50's early 60's which was great, but in 1977 when I was 13 Alan O'day
released "Undercover Angel" yeah a silly song but It started my own music Journey......What was yours?


Funny...I was seven when that song came out, and it was my first 45! :)


lol....he ended up being quite the songwriter, for Cher to Helen Reddy and over 100 for children's shows.
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby Rick » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:43 am

Hard to say I'm sorry by Chicago. My dad had a console stereo that would rattle the walls. He used to play Blood Sweat and Tears and a lot of other things, but also a lot of Chicago. I remember just loving the intro into Hard to say I'm sorry. That still gives me chills. It's just beautiful.
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby NealIsGod » Wed Sep 30, 2015 4:29 am

The first 45 I ever bought was Band on the Run. The 2nd one was Magic Man.

But the K-Tel collections were the first albums I remember listening to, with songs like "Billy Don't be a Hero" and "The Night Chicago Died".
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby JBlake » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:33 am

"Bodies" Drowning Pool. Wow, I can't believe it's been 14 years since it came out.
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby RPM » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:05 am

NealIsGod wrote:The first 45 I ever bought was Band on the Run. The 2nd one was Magic Man.

But the K-Tel collections were the first albums I remember listening to, with songs like "Billy Don't be a Hero" and "The Night Chicago Died".



I remember those K - tel albums as well, a lot of them had that song by pilot,, whoa whoa whoa its magic...:)
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Re: What was Your Song?

Postby Abitaman » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:33 am

I was raised on country music, never really cared much for rock. Then late 77 or early 78 I heard a song called Come Sail Away, I have been hooked ever since.
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