If you think back to the earliest point you can remember in life, which song comes to mind?
In the first place we lived, the Beatles were constantly playing - but the song that sticks out in my memory for some reason is We Can Work It Out. Think that’s why I find it so nostalgic.
Could be this
which was a double A side 7 inch with this.
Wuthering Heights. Have a very distinctive memory of it from when I was 4.
Did you have the Muppet Show albums too?
I’ve got the first one. Tenderly is a banger.
Probably this. My dad had it on tape, and I vividly remember sitting in the car listening to this whilst parked out the front of my nans house.
‘Ne ne nana nana nu-nu’ by Bad Manners.
My mum had the 7’ as a kid and i loved the logo (cartoon drawing of the singer) on the label.
Rowlf on ‘Cottleston Pie’ was always my favourite.
Andy from Therapy? Used to finish gigs reciting this in walls of white noise
When I was four, I heard this for the first time, while looking at a print of Martina Navratilova on the wall in the kitchen (Mum was a big fan of her and BJK). As a result, my young brain put that voice with Martina.
Still find it confusing to this day.
Although, tbf, this was probably IT when I was 2/3…
My dad loved this show, distinctly remember it as a little one.
Think my parents only owned one LP
Blame my mum.
Sally by Gerry Monroe.
Its actually the first time I’ve ever seen a picture of him.
I remember my dad playing I Want to Hold Your Hand by the Beatles loads.
I also remember the first song that really got under my skin was Space Oddity by David Bowie. I remember being invited to a friend’s birthday at Altrincham ice rink when I was very little and having mixed feelings about going because I’d miss DB on Top of the Pops (he was #1)