Thursday, September 2, 2010


Did you ever stop to think about the music of your life? Not just your favorite songs, but all that stuff playing in the background all your life. Love it or hate it, it's a part of your superstructure and is partially responsible for who you are today. Since Autumn - the season of memory, nostalgia, longing, and maybe some regret - is upon us, I think I'll take a peak at the Billboard Top 100 from across my early lifespan and post a song a day here. Not necessarily because it was a favorite, but because it's built into my superstructure.

So we begin at the beginning, 1966, with a song that struck me as the real thing a long time ago, and it still does today.

Sorry, if you want to hear the song you have to play the bottom one - copyright stuff I guess,  and I couldn't figure out how to delete the top one without reposting. How inconvenient!

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