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Can you remember the first song you heard that inspired you to enjoy music?

blindfaith 2013/02/03 13:55:37
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  • oros 2013/02/15 04:59:18 (edited)
    oros
    +1
    The Music Goes Round and Round - Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong from the movie The Five Pennies. (The Life of Red Nichols)
    Which I saw when I was 8.
    And I fell in love for the first time with Tuesday Weld.

    Five Pennies
  • AM 2013/02/15 01:47:41
  • blindfaith AM 2013/02/15 10:42:00
  • AM blindfaith 2013/02/15 12:50:39
  • Beck∞♥☮♫♫♫∞ 2013/02/10 20:24:16
    Beck∞♥☮♫♫♫∞
    +2
    I grew up in a family that music is at the core....so there are so many that i love. Mom came from a family of 8 and every last one of them played an insturment.
    But when i hear this...i think of my amazing family....
  • blindfaith Beck∞♥☮... 2013/02/10 20:30:46
  • AM Beck∞♥☮... 2013/02/15 12:51:12
  • Beck∞♥☮... AM 2013/02/15 14:57:24
    Beck∞♥☮♫♫♫∞
    +1
    Thank AM :) I cant imagine my life without music or playing guitars...my kids play too....even bought my grand daughter a little guitar...well two really. one is a little barbie one lol then i have a real one for when she turns 5-6, she strums along with us often.
  • Death On Two Legs 2013/02/09 20:04:46
    Death On Two Legs
    +2
    This song was the song that introduced me to music. It inspired me to listen to actually enjoy music; not just listen to what was on the radio.


  • blindfaith Death O... 2013/02/09 20:10:59
  • SilverWolf 2013/02/09 18:45:34 (edited)
    SilverWolf
    +1
    Yep, I remember 11-year-old me obsessing over this song for months.


  • blindfaith SilverWolf 2013/02/09 19:12:55
  • reg 2013/02/07 17:21:58
    reg
    +1
    well yes but it's not the first one i heard but one that i was old enough to take notice of and remember at about 9. .....a white sports coat and a pink carnation.....



    followed closely by apache......

  • blindfaith reg 2013/02/07 18:01:33
  • reg blindfaith 2013/02/08 16:26:13
    reg
    yes except the term "air guitar" wasn't around then....... blast, must dust these cobwebs off my face.......
  • oldlady 2013/02/05 19:47:42
    oldlady
    +3
    My step father used to play this on his trumpet late at night when he felt the blues ;)

  • blindfaith oldlady 2013/02/05 20:01:35
  • oldlady blindfaith 2013/02/05 20:16:57
    oldlady
    +1
    Thank you, good post for good memories ;)
  • blindfaith oldlady 2013/02/05 21:19:27
  • Carlos benoit 2013/02/04 21:46:51
    Carlos benoit
    +1
    "Christine Sixteen" From KISS!
  • Debs 2013/02/04 17:33:22
    Debs
    +3
    When I peeped at my mother and her best friend doing this :)
    and this had a big impact
  • blindfaith Debs 2013/02/04 18:07:21
  • Debs blindfaith 2013/02/04 19:06:02
    Debs
    +2
    Yeah they probably would have been bf, its one of my ealiest and fondest memories :)..I was bought up with the brass swing sound with dad being a musician..and Henry Mancini and the swingle singers ! can you remember them :)
  • blindfaith Debs 2013/02/04 19:27:42
  • Cunning Stunts 2013/02/04 07:24:57
    Cunning Stunts
    +1
    When I was a kid after hearing Rush by Big Audio Dynamite my world changed forever.

    Hopefully this is the album version, I didn't check.

  • ✞Knight of Honor 2013/02/04 06:04:22
    ✞Knight of Honor
    +1
    Originally this song actually:
  • fallnhope 2013/02/04 02:32:22
    fallnhope
    +1
    I can't remember that far back. We always had music going in our house. My mom has pictures somewhere of me trying to pull the vinyls out of her hands and crying because I couldn't.
  • Lizzy 2013/02/04 00:17:16
    Lizzy
    +2

    I was Very young when I first heard this on the radio, it was great compared to what I remember having to sing everyday at school which was " All things Bright + Beautiful " !!.
    My mother always had the radio on + we`d dance when the rock + roll songs came on. It was great fun. :o)
  • reg Lizzy 2013/02/08 16:27:42
    reg
    +1
    ummmmmmm i think i just started school then...... but i am only a young fresh faced whipper snapper.....
  • Lizzy reg 2013/02/08 18:00:44
    Lizzy
    +1
    Hi Reg, do you remember Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley ?, Lonny Donegan sang it, I also remember that on the radio. I don`t know about the young fresh faced whipper snapper !!!.
  • reg Lizzy 2013/02/11 09:22:55
    reg
    +1
    i certainly do remember lonnie donnegan. i liked all his stuff.
    remember this?



  • Lizzy reg 2013/02/11 10:12:33
    Lizzy
    +1
    Hi Reg, Tuesday night 9pm the free view channel " Yesterday " is about the way we lived after the war. Streets in The East End + the communities there. It looks interesting, thought you may enjoy it. :o)
  • reg Lizzy 2013/02/11 14:02:45
    reg
    +1
    sounds good
  • Lizzy reg 2013/02/11 15:09:22
    Lizzy
    +1
    Yes it does, I`ll take a look at it myself. :0)
  • blindfaith reg 2013/02/11 16:17:49
  • Hung Lowe 2013/02/03 22:54:12
    Hung Lowe
    +4
    Moms favorite song she played..over,over,over again.
  • blindfaith Hung Lowe 2013/02/03 22:56:49
  • Hung Lowe blindfaith 2013/02/03 23:00:08
    Hung Lowe
    +2
    I play it when i did bad things so not to get punished bad.It work most off time.
  • Jan 2013/02/03 21:27:50
    Jan
    +2
    No. As far back as i remember there was always music playing in our house> mum would sing along to some tunes as would dad though sometimes he whistled instead
  • blindfaith Jan 2013/02/03 21:35:54

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