Nobody remembers their first download but everyone remembers their first album

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John Coleman… Genisis Live

David Miller… John, that’s a great way to kick things off….especially Hogweed, good and loud!

Roy Short… Dark side of the moon

John Mcewen… School days Alice Cooper.

Stephen Moran… Out of the Shadows

Trevor Jones… Lonnie Donegan ,skiffle album about 1958.

Colin Bell… Del Shannon, God bless him!

Paul Cullen… The Byrds.

Alastair Thompson… Abbey rd the Beatles age 8 in 71. Cool

Jan Deane… Every Picture Tells a Story – Rod

Patricia Burgess… Adam Faith, LP still have it here on Canada

Jason Stainer…Songs From The Jungle Book by The Jungle VIPs – I had a record player before I started school. Bought the album at the cinema. First single I bought was I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat by Tweetie Pie. I still have them both, and they still play.

Roger Carey… “Well Respected Man” – a compilation of songs by The Kinks on the Marble Arch label. It was a present from my late sister Anne in 1968.

Mike Curtis… Roger, I’ve still got it!

Geoff Peckham… Me too! Favourite track: Don’t You Fret.

Roger Carey… That’s great! “Don’t you fret” – very original song! There was a follow up Marble Arch Kinks compilation called “Sunny Afternoon ” – had another bunch of great songs which I listened to endlessly! Liane and I used to do one from this disc called “I gotta move” and there’s another unusual one called “Sitting on my Sofa”!

Graham Sherrington… YES ALBUM still have a CD in the car

Mike Curtis… I’d rather not count “Sing Along With The Chipmunks”, which was a Christmas present. But I’ll own up to the next one “With The Beatles” which cost me 32/6d. Still got it.

Phil Gill… Please Please Me The Beatles

Judie Struys… Deep Purple in Rock. My first wage packet

Margaret Trowell… Beatles Abbey Road

Mark Randall… Don’t Shoot Me… Elton John

John Coleman… I remember my very first 12”single! NutBush city limits!

Keith Veness… Tommy The Who

Adam Seigel… Thick As A Brick – Jethro Tull

Alan Pepper… Motown Chartbusters Volume 3 in 1969. And the first single was Longshot kick the bucket by the Pioneers. When I was 14 !

Richard Porter… I have never downloaded any music.

Colin Norton…. The Shadows

Mandy Wright… I think it was .. All mod cons by The Jam

Nigel Ford… “Between the Buttons” second hand when in the second year (about 13 yrs old?) for 12/6 from a prefect at Bexhill grammar off the school for sale board, still have it in good condition. I lent it to a third year who bullied me a bit and surprisingly got it back!

TW Vaughan… Piper at the Gates of Dawn.

Gerry Fortsch… I think it’s still downloading?

Derek Clemans… I went to buy Maggie May by Rod Stewart but asked for Maggie and didn’t realise until I got home that I had bought Maggie by Redbone.

Nick Bloomfield…’m feeling really old now because mine was ‘King & Queen’ by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas. The great single ‘Tramp’ was on this one..