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    Chopin By Starlight: The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra - I love the music of Chopin. This is one of the first LPs I remember from my parent's record cabinet. I was listening to it regularly before I even started 1st grade.

    Jim Nabors Galveston Vinyl LP Record by SandyLeesAttic on Etsy, $4.95

    Mac Davis: Forever Lovers [VINYL LP] (1976)

    When I was ten or eleven I had no idea who Nat King Cole was. Daddy brought this LP home after finding it somewhere. He would listen to it when he came home for lunch. I was playing it for myself when in the fifth grade. I haven't heard it in years but sometimes I'll sing the entire album to myself. A beautifully atmospheric theme album lushly orchestrated by Gordon Jenkins, it is one of my all time favorites.

    The Works ~ Queen (Vinyl LP)

    Gordon Lightfoot - DREAM STREET ROSE LP (VINYL) US WARNER BROS 1980

    Quincy Jones | Quincy Jones - Plays Hip Hits Records, CDs and LPs

    Vintage Foreigner Foreigner 4 Vinyl LP Record by sweetleafvinyl

    Engelbert Humperdinck ‎– Engelbert Label: Parrot ‎– PAS 71026 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1969 Genre: Pop Style: Vocal

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    The Charlie Daniels Band / Million Mile Reflections / 12" Vinyl LP Record #vinyl #thecharliedanielsband #country

    Madonna "Like A Virgin" VINYL Urban Outfitters

    Count Basie's in the Bag

    Mario Lanza - The Student Prince by LP Cover Art, via Flickr

    Oklahoma! was in our record cabinet as far back as I can remember and it's still my favorite movie musical. The characters are so close to home. I knew the words to the numbers from this show before I was six years old and remember singing "Many A New Day" in the tub. I was fabulous even then!

    Connie Francis - I remember the day Mama bought this record at Buddies Supermarket. It was a promotional item for Brylcream hair dressing. We listened to it constantly.

    Andy Williams - One of the spirits of the 1960's and a man born to wear a tux. My parents didn't have any Andy Williams records but I somehow started watching his TV show about the time I was in 2nd grade. I had a major little boy crush on him. I still like a lot of his stuff.

    Sakamoto Kyu & Misora Hibari

    Every Saturday night at 6:00 or 6:30 back in the early-late 1960's we would watch The Wiburn Brothers Show. Loretta Lynn was a regular and on the occasions she didn't appear I was sorely disappointed. Momma said she sounded to honky-tonky but I sure liked her even then.

    Hues Corporation "Rock the Boat" (1974)

    I remember a sunny, blustery-cold Sunday afternoon in late February. I was in the 4th or 5th grade. We were visiting friends in Dallas and the two girls had this album. I fell in love with Kyu Sakamoto that day. Something in his voice, his appearance, and the song "Sukiyaki" invoked a kind of lonely longing I had never experienced before and have seldom since.