Led Zeppelin II, circa 1976, Athens city center
1977, in Woolworths, Southend, after pestering my Nan for ages (I chipped in my pocket money to help):
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Do we mean album, regardless of format or actual vinyl album, because my first album was on cassette?
i was only 9
Album not the media - even 8-track tape is included
Paul Simon: Still Crazy After All These Years
I think i was 9 at the time,bought it on tape from Our Price,i think the price was 4.99.
From WHSmith on Erdington High Street. My mother confiscated the free poster before I'd even seen it.
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Cool, Blues Brothers Soundtrack, don't know when, probably around 1989.First vinyl(sort of) album was PWEI - Cure for Sanity on picture disc LP. Never played it...
In 1977, my sister got it for me, for Christmas, (I was 11), well that's what we told my parents - I bought it, my parents didn't approve .
AV: Marantz SR7009; Monitor Audio RS-LCR, Silver 8i, RXFX; Pioneer KRP500a; Sony BDP-S760HiFi: Arcam 85; Acoustic Energy Compact 1; Arcam DV79 (as CDP), ProJect Debut II
SNAP! And I still have it... and after a drink or two I still play it...
On holiday in St Andrews, about 1977
This would have been mine but Woolworths on Canvey Island were old out and I got the same Queen album as Simon - unbeknown to me at the time Jazz had a very large poster of naked women on bikes - no wonder my Dad agreed to the purchase!
The History of The Hollies.
If the shoes don't fit, change the horse.
Yes, my Mum did the same with my poster. I think my elder brother stashed it away.First LP: The Beatles 67-70