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FRIDAY MUSICAL FIVE

Just a bit of fun.

1. What was the first song you ever grooved to (earliest musical memory)?
2. What was the first record you bought with your own money?
3. What, if push comes to shove, is your favourite song of all time?
(Don't think too hard)
4. What is your special song you share with a loved one?
(If you are currently single, which song evokes memories of a special person in your life)
5. Which song would you happily never hear again?

Comments

  • My selections: -
    1. Last Train to San Fernando - Johnny Duncan and the Bluegrass Boys
    2. Please, Please Me - The Beatles (First album was The Kinks - Something Else)
    3. Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks
    4. The Power of Love - Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
    5. Ebony and Ivory - Macca and Wonder
  • 1. Beyonce- Crazy in Love
    2. Run DMC- Ultimate Run- D. M. C.- Compliation 
    3. Desmond Dekker- Unity
    4. The Style Council- Solid Bond In Your Heart
    5. The Bee ges- Stayin Alive 
  • 1. Elvis Presley - (You're The) Devil in Disguise 
    2. Queen - Greatest Hits
    3. Queen - You Don't Fool Me
    4. Single, so Same Time by The Script
    5. Anything by Abba (bar Voulez-vous)
  • 1. probably a Beatles track - most likely 'Love me do'
    2. Single - Baby Come Back (The Equals) - Album - Electric Warrior (T.Rex)
    3. Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd)
    4. Talking to an Angel (Eurythmics) 
    5. Fairytale of New York (The Pogues) - massively overplayed so I've heard it more than enough times!
  • The Laughing Policeman by Charles Penrose.
    Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino.
    Heart Like a Wheel by Kate and Anna McGarrigle.
    Crazy by Patsy Cline.
    Wonderwall by Oasis.
  • edited November 19
    1. My Grandad singing - I was Born Under A Wandering Star ( Lee Marvin) to me. 
    2. Bohemian Rhapsody and Trail Of The Lonesome Pine ( Laurel & Hardy) - first records bought 
    3. Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder or Lovely Day - Bill Withers
    4. None really but my first dance song at my wedding was True - Spandau Ballet 
    5. Glad All Over - Dave Clarke Five 
  • 1. She Loves You, The Beatles
    2. Chirpy chirpy cheep cheep, middle of the road.
    3. More than a feeling, Boston
    4. Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty
    5. Anything by Adele
  • 1. Sugar, Sugar by The Archie
    2. ?
    3.The whole of the moon, by The Waterboys.
    4. Never tear us apart, by INXS.
    5.Rocking all over the world at the rusty toolbox.
  • Just a bit of fun.

    1. What was the first song you ever grooved to (earliest musical memory)?
        Blue - Eiffel 65
    2. What was the first record you bought with your own money?
        American Idiot - Green Day
    3. What, if push comes to shove, is your favourite song of all time?
    (Don't think too hard)
        House Where Nobody Lives - Tom Waits
    4. What is your special song you share with a loved one?
    (If you are currently single, which song evokes memories of a special person in your life)
        Dream a Little Dream of Me - Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong
    5. Which song would you happily never hear again?
        Ed Sheeran


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    1. My first record player was a wind up gramophone with a load of old 78s (yes, really). At five years old (1970), I absolutely loved sitting in the back room of my mum's shop playing these. Many of these were old Sousa marches like Liberty Bell - that'll be the Monty Python Theme to most of you. I think the newest record I had back then was Elvis' All Shook Up. They'd probably be worth a few bob now. Back then they were just old junk to let a kid play with.
    2. Hell Raiser - The Sweet. So pleased with that choice even today.
    3. Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd.
    4. Sign Your Name - Terence Trent D'Arby
    5. Any of those deadly dull cover versions of decent records that they use for Christmas adverts. Probably Mad World is the best (worst) example of this sort of stuff. It really grates as well when this great song is wrongly credited to Gary Jules.
  • 1. What was the first song you ever grooved to (earliest musical memory)? TIGER FEET - Mud
    2. What was the first record you bought with your own money? West End Girls - Pet Shop Boys
    3. What, if push comes to shove, is your favourite song of all time? Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones
    (Don't think too hard)
    4. What is your special song you share with a loved one? Power of Love - Frankie goes to Hollywood
    (If you are currently single, which song evokes memories of a special person in your life)
    5. Which song would you happily never hear again - Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
  • edited November 19
    1. Little White Bull - Tommy Steel
    2. Layla - Eric and the Dominos 
    3. You won’t get fooled again/Sparks - The Who or In a broken dream - Python Lee Jackson 
    4. Two out of three - Meatloaf 
    5. The Birdie song
  • 1. What was the first song you ever grooved to (earliest musical memory)?
    Dance with the Devil- Cosy Powell
    2. What was the first record you bought with your own money?
    Billy dont be a hero- Paper Lace
    3. What, if push comes to shove, is your favourite song of all time?
    (Don't think too hard)
    Music-John Miles
    4. What is your special song you share with a loved one?
    (If you are currently single, which song evokes memories of a special person in your life)
    The Power of Love- Jennifer Rush
    5. Which song would you happily never hear again?
    Anything by Boney M, Brown girl in the ring being top of the list.
  • Just a bit of fun.

    1. What was the first song you ever grooved to (earliest musical memory)?
    2. What was the first record you bought with your own money?
    3. What, if push comes to shove, is your favourite song of all time?
    (Don't think too hard)
    4. What is your special song you share with a loved one?
    (If you are currently single, which song evokes memories of a special person in your life)
    5. Which song would you happily never hear again?

    The Beatles - No Reply
    Metallica - Master of Puppets
    Oasis - Don’t Look Back In Anger
    Bon Jovi - Bed of Roses
    Pogues - Fairytale of Christmas
  • Solidgone said:
    1. Little White Bull - Tommy Steel
    2. Layla - Eric and the Dominos 
    3. You won’t get fooled again/Sparks - The Who or In a broken dream - Python Lee Jackson 
    4. Two out of three - Meatloaf 
    5. The Birdie song
    I prefer the Derek & The Dominos version
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