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Record shop day - Sat 19th April - what was 1st record you bought

Kev Moore is off-line
22 April 2014 17:04
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Waltham Cross

I do remember that far back but i can't remember Saturday night :-) it was Itchycoo Park by the Small Faces.


EdT is off-line
23 April 2014 12:19
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EdT
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Cambridgeshire


Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd - £2.20


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23 April 2014 13:12
RedChecker
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RedChecker
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Buckinghamshire
Stoke Mandeville

Jean Michel Jarre - Revolutions
When you are dead, you do not know that you are dead. All of your pain is felt by others. The same thing happens when you are stupid.


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23 April 2014 15:01
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Devizes

'A Song for Jeffrey' Jethro Tull (single)
'Fleetwood Mac' (the dog and dustbin cover) LP - when they were a blues band and not an AOR band


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23 April 2014 15:51
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Harpenden

The album...From the Witchwood by the Strawbs! And I have never stopped buying music for the last 45 years I guess. Have to confess I feel it is a form of expression and creativity above photography.....capable of touching every emotion?


Gary Newton is off-line
23 April 2014 18:25
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Ca Plane pour moi by Plastic Bertrand although I later found out he had very little to do with the record, I was being subjected to punk by my older brother and this new wave hit got right up his nose. It still makes me smile to day


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24 April 2014 02:36
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Rochester

First single I remember having was the runnaway train with Tommy Steele but I was too young to buy it myself
First single. I can remember buying was The bitterest pill by the jam and album would have been Elo's Out of the blue. I think


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24 April 2014 05:21
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scubie
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worthing

Harry James and the Andrews Sisters,"Don't fence me in" 1942 in council property after being bombed out!!


feldon is off-line
24 April 2014 05:40
zzdigital
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zzdigital
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West Sussex
(Nr London Gatwick)

My first purchase of a vinyl single was 'Locomotion' by Little Eva. I later saw her at a live concert.
“I may have bad habits; I take tea at three.” ― Mick Jagger


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25 April 2014 08:30
DorsetHammer
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DorsetHammer
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Christchurch

Automatically Sunshine by The Supremes in 1972 from W.H. Smith's still sounds great thanks to Jean Terrell's and Mary Wilsons vocals.

First album was Deep Purple - Machine Head released the same year.

Still spend a fortune on music each month, one of life's enduring pleasures.
It was broken when I got here



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