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just rememberd... don't think i ever heard this one, but the cover stood out in my pop's collection.

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gary glitter do you wanna be in my gang

although the first time I remember music knocking me for six was when I was in newquay in some bedsit party and off my gord and someone putting mirror moves on by the psychedelic furs which had just come out.....still gives me a shudder when I hear it..(not all of it, but ghost in you and heaven...)

i remember i love you love at a wednesday game i was at with with my folks waiting for Bovril

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I remember a friend of my Grandads used to give me songs that came out of a pub jukebox, so I had to put those little black things in the middle. The 3 records that I remember were Fernando by Abba, You Sexy Thing- Hot Chocolate and Don't fear the reaper by Blue Oyster Cult.....I still love those songs!


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first record I was given. The Twist and shout e.p. by the Beatles

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Wake Up Little Susie - The Everley Brothers

What Do You Want If You Don't Want Money - Adam Faith

D In Love - Cliff Richard

How Do You Do What You Do To Me - Freddie and The Dreamers

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great balls of fire, and the 1812 overture were particular faves in my infant days.

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My father's stash of those lovely little 45s that I would play on my Mickey Mouse player....

Elvis Presley - Blueberry Hill
Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue Got Married
Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go

All of my Disney records got banished into the closet after hearing those above 45s.

First record ever owned.....

Elvis Presley - Pure Gold

1. Kentucky Rain 2. Fever 3. It's Impossible 4. Jailhouse Rock 5. Don't Be Cruel 6. I Got A Woman 7. All Shook Up 8. Loving You 9. In the Ghetto 10. Love Me Tender


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my `dad had a great collection of 45's i used to play them on my portable record player it had an output on it so you could connect it to speakers and really belt it out ace

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Oo, that is a good question. There's one record I really remember, so vividly. Everything about that moment, holding the giant thing in my toddler hands.

My babysistter had came over, and after my parents had gone out, she was going on and on about some place "lun din" she wanted to go to, and she had this record with these boys with strange rubbery faces that scared me, but I kept staring at them, and she put it on and we made chocolate pudding and listened to...Rubber Soul.

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bobby tonge wrote:
gary glitter do you wanna be in my gang


me too!

I was about 4, we went on holiday to fleetwood (near blackpool) and my dad bought me a little radio that i had glued to my ear waiting for it to come on and i'd stomp around doing my best gary glitter impression. And we were in a cafe somewhere and i put it on a juke box. Some biker bloke didn't like it so walked up and turned the juke box and turned it off, so my dad walked over and threatened him in front of his big biker mates. and he put it back on.

That and remembering seeing roy wood on top of the pops with the big hair and glasses.


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chirpy chirpy cheep cheep sticks in me head :?


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The first song I remember was Pink Floyds 'Another Brick in the Wall'. I was scared to death of the inflatable headteacher effigy. I would have been about 3 I reckon when that was out. My favourite early group though was Madness. All us kids loved Madness.

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Paper Tiger...Sue Thompson.


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It was before my time but my dad was a big Elvis fan.......... except I didn't know what it was called until I got older - I thought it was Bup Bup Banana (The Jordanaires backing vocals........) :oops:


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Does anybody else remember Paper Tiger...Sue Thompson?


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