1973 for me,4X album...2X 8-track...1X cassette...and finally CD
"when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtjbPBraoHU
I got this one when I was 7 yrs old, in 1965.
He was already dead of course but he hooked me onto Rock n' Roll.
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Got this album from my brother on my 11th birthday
First rock album I ever bought. Still a huge fan 23 years later.
Rock it baby!
Installs, Changeouts, & Heat Stroke.....not necessarily in that order
Dang you guys are some old fogies.
Hey I am 54 and I can remember all of those.
"The critic is a prisoner to his own experiences and perspectives, erroneously believing his limited experiences are the sum of all truth". T.D. Jakes
Both that album and the Beatles Magical mystery Tour in 1973 (I was 3) from my Dad.
Ever since I could crawl, I wouldn't stay away from my dad's records and record player.
He had to start giving me "hand me down" records. usually ones he got a scratch on and replaced for himself.
I still love Pink Floyd. Wish they would play with Roger Waters here in the states. So far Roger is for it, David is not.
I mostly listen to metal now.
otto, christ, pay, thumbs up.
Some of my first albums,
I love overtime I just hate working for it.