Your song.

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  1. What was the No.1 single / No.1 LP (for those among us who survived beyond vinyl) on the date you joined up?

    Mine says: Freda Payne - "Band of Gold" / Simon & Garfunkel "Bridge over troubled water"

    Tap the relevant date into the link below, stand fast those members
    who played 78's on wind-up gramaphones, because it doesn't go that
    far back.

    http://everyhit.com/dates/
     
  2. OMG, I should shoot myself:

    No 1 single: Cliff Richard - "We Don't Talk Anymore"
    No 1 Album : Led Zeppelin - "In Through The Out Door"

    Honestly I have better taste in music than that........ :lol:
     
  3. Apparently mine was Aretha Franklin & George Michael - "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)", not that I remember it.
     
  4. Ebony and Ivory. Apparently. That's not the one I remember, though.
    LP was Barry Manilow - "Barry Live In Britain". Never heard of it, thank God.

    Just missed out on
    Madness - "House of Fun"
    &
    Iron Maiden - "The Number Of The Beast"

    Can I claim these instead?
     
  5. How ironic.
     
  6. Four Tops 'Reach out I'll be there' - remember dancing to that at the Naafi at Dauntless!! :dance:
    Original soundtrack - Sound of Music, lost count of the times I went to see that at the cinema! :hiding:
    JW
     
  7. Abba - Waterloo :D Whenever I hear it now I am immediately taken back to the HMAS Leeuwin galley and the worlds largest pile of dirty cooking utensils!
     
  8. Little Sister - Elvis.
    George Mitchell Singers - Another Black and White Minstrel Show.
    Nah, I'm not THAT old - am I ? Back to the medication, and can you grease my Zimmer bike, please.
     
  9. There still there Jack ...or so the ex JRs tell me
     
  10. Single 'Sunday Girl' by Blondie (Yeah!)
    Album 'Voulez vous' ABBA (EEkkk!)
     
  11. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    You fibber, it was "greensleeves" :lol:
     
  12. Aw now ya got me looking for the ice-cream van :D
     
  13. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Single Paul Hardcastle "19"

    Album Dire Straits "Brothers in Arms"

    8O :lol:
     
  14. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    The Number 1 single was:
    Anthony Newley - "Why"

    The Number 1 album was:
    Original Soundtrack - "South Pacific"
     
  15. The Next Time / Bachelor Boy by Cliff Richard

    West Side Story (guess it's the soundtrack)

    Better go and have a lay-down!
     
  16. Oh dear. Seems like I should have been closely involved with the law!

    Single - Message in a bottle
    Album - Reggatta De Blanc

    Both by The Police

    Thought I was really decrepid when it came up as being before the album charts had started, then I realised I had put my dob in!!
    Tit!
     
  17. The Number 1 single was:
    Elvis Presley - "Way Down" :pottytrain4:



    The Number 1 album was:
    Elvis Presley - "Elvis Presley's 40 Greatest Hits" :pottytrain5:


    Ballistic has left the building
     
  18. Single.....Engelbert --Last Waltz

    Album....Sgt Peppers
     
  19. Single - Black Box - Ride on Time
    Album - Gloria Estefan - Cuts both Ways
     

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