I saved up my lunch money for two weeks to buy CODA by Led Zeppelin.
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The Royal Guardsmen – Snoopy And His Friends The Royal Guardsmen
Earliest I can remember was a couple of Elvis 45s, the song blue suede shoes being my favorite at around age 6. First two cassettes were Billy Joel, Glass Houses and USA for Africa, We Are The World.
Three Dog Night - Naturally. That was the first one I stole from my brother. I think the first one I bought for myself was the Queen album with the robot - news of the world.
Most recent bought was Led Zeppelin Complete BBC Sessions.
Beastie Boys License to Ill. I found the cassette walking home from school.
All I've had all day is like six gummy bears and some scotch...
And - Yes, I did Columbia Record Club at least twice.
To far back to remember, probably Beatles or Rolling Stones.
I practice Shinrin-yoku
It's better to wear out than rust out
Member Georgia Carry
|Step by step walk the thousand mile road|
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, Pictures at an Exhibition.
Nice is overrated
"It's every freedom-loving individual's duty to lie to the government."
Airsoftguy, June 29, 2018
Beastie Boys License to Ill & Whitesnake (1987) Those were my first albums (purchased at the same time).
Grand Funk RR I'm your captain
I'm pretty sure it was Meet the Beatles, got it about 1970 I would guess. Played it on an old RCA console stereo my parents had. I still have the album.
Pretty sure it was Herman and the Hermits album.
First was KISS Destroyer
Second was Aerosmith Dream On
Meet The Beatles. When it came out.
Don't remember the most recent; it has been a while. Mostly I listen to YouTube. I can find almost anything I want there.
Beach Boys - SURFING USA
Meet the Beatles, which came out in 1965.
|Plowing straight ahead come what may|
Jethro Tull Benefit which I bought with birthday money in 1970...it's still one of my favorite albums on my iPod.
"we've gotta roll with the punches, learn to play all of our hunches
Making the best of what ever comes our way
Forget that blind ambition and learn to trust your intuition
Plowing straight ahead come what may
And theres a cowboy in the jungle"
1964. January 20.
Seldom Scene, "Live at the Cellar Door", and it's still one of my favorites even though I'm a child of the seventies and eighties.
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