For the next PFAM blog carnival, Phylor has asked for our personal play list that reflect our moods from day to day, or songs that have memories for you, good or bad. So, here goes!!
Childhood: The whole family loved this show, and we had several of Mitch Miller albums to listen to. How corny they sound now…but I loved these songs!
Grammar School: My older sister loved Ricky Nelson…no Elvis in our house. We watched Ricky on TV and danced to his music in the living room. I learned to Jitter-Bug to this song.
High School: Too many songs to pick from, but I finally settled on this one. My friends and I would drive around and listen to this song singing at the top of our lungs….fun times!
After High School: In my early twenties, in my 1974 blue Firebird, me and my best girlfriend Laura cruised all over listening to this song, on many weekends. I hear this song and I am transported back into that car and that fun and innocent time.
DISCO!!! That’s all I have to say about this! (Burn Baby Burn!)
Apartment Music of a Single Girl: Drinking beer and playing the guitar, this is one of my favorites….we sounded pretty good.
Early Married Life: We would play this so loud that it shook the walls…especially the fabulous drum part!
Babies in the House: Did we turn down the Music….NO WAY!!
Learning to like my kids music. Thank goodness they had good taste!
My kid learning to like our music: They thought they discovered Eric Clapton, The Beatles and The Eagles…HA!
Or middle-aged music: Not too loud, sometimes mushy, always good.
And now, the next generation of music makers. My son Dan and his friend Katie. Dan’s the one with the guitar, and this is a song he wrote. (Audio is bad I know) I couldn’t get this link to work for me so you have to just click to view it.