Monday, October 17, 2011

First....memory of a song?

   Happy Monday!!!
 Scrappy Friends, (Kimbo here).....So I was thinking last night about what to type today and about music/songs and I thought what was the first POPULAR music I really wanted to listen too?

  The cogs started turning, (they are pretty rusty...you know...lol)....back - back - back in time I went and then it came to me....Can you guess???
  I recall lending some vinyl records from my mum's B/F so I could listen to them on our portable record player.....and it was ABBA!
 http://youtu.be/xFrGuyw1V8s

  Dancing Queen was played like a million times in the space of a day or so.....sigh!
In a moment I was transported way back in time to when I was....like 8 years old.
 A year or so later I remember being so-so-in love with the Village People (You Can't Stop The Music)...I was so going to marry The Cowboy...hehehe!
 (Little did my best friend, Wanda and I know....sigh.... I was so crushed).
 Love how music takes you back in time to a moment.

 Can you recall what song it was for you or what record/cd you first bought...???
Let us know what it was.

Also please have a look at our D/T October Song List they are pretty darn Coolio.

Thanks for stopping by and call back real soon.
Cheers and happy scrapping

6 comments:

Belinda Lowe said...

Don't laugh - I cant quite remember what the first album was that i bought but the first CD was Milli Vanilli

Kim said...

Oh! yeah!!
Was it Blame it on the Rain or s'thing like that??? (sweet flashbacks)!!!

Annette Edmonds said...

your can't stop the music, love it Kim xo

Julene Matthews said...

Mine was the Partridge Family,but then that was the 1960s he he.Still think David Cassidy was a good looker

Julene Matthews said...

Mine was the Partridge Family,but then that was the 1960s he he.Still think David Cassidy was a good looker

Jo said...

I was 15 and in love, so it is Meatloaf's "you took the words right out of my mouth" & "paradise by the dashboard light" for me. It takes me right back to that wonderful, carefree summer (and yes, we've been married for 27 years).