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Old 4 Feb 20, 10:55 AM  
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First one I bought was She Loves You by the Beatles as a 45rpm single. Now I'm feeling old!
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Old 4 Feb 20, 10:58 AM  
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I also liked Listen with mother too (I'm not gay though lol)
I think I it was housewife’s choice - maybe I was always gay but loved being camp as a kid any i digress . Housewife chores now before pop master beckons ...
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I loved Face Value (Ill ask Alexa tonight)... some of those songs...wow...memories.
'If Leaving me is Easy'... still hauntingly brilliant

Were CDs around then? I had it on tape (bought in a PX in Florida) in 1981
God I love that album. It got me through some dark times over the years, and when we saw Phil Collins at British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park a couple of years ago, he sang some of the songs and I sobbed all the way through them …...

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you had a CD player in 1981

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We saved up and bought one of the first 'stacking' units that had a CD player, radio, and turntable. It cost an arm and a leg! But it was amazing, we had only been married a couple of years and were watching telly on a black & white portable at the time, but music took precedence for us!
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God I love that album. It got me through some dark times over the years, and when we saw Phil Collins at British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park a couple of years ago, he sang some of the songs and I sobbed all the way through them …...
I listened to this last night - 'If Leaving me is Easy'... it remains still hauntingly brilliant...
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Mine was Three Times a Lady by The Commodores in 1978, I felt so grown up buying my very first record! I bought it in a shop in Rotherham called Circles used to go in for hours and listen to the latest songs in the little booths they had with the headphones in!

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Originally Posted by janeywaney View Post
Mine was Three Times a Lady by The Commodores in 1978, I felt so grown up buying my very first record! I bought it in a shop in Rotherham called Circles used to go in for hours and listen to the latest songs in the little booths they had with the headphones in!

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I had my first slow dance at the youth club disco to that one🥰.
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Tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree - I was 6 (1973). I still love the song now 🎵
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Tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree - I was 6 (1973). I still love the song now 🎵
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First single - Bye Bye Baby Bay City Rollers 1975 aged 10
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