Beating our challenges with a stick since February 9, 2005.
"Easy to Love," from Sonny Stitt's "Personal Appearance"
Back when "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" came out in the theaters, the scene where Ferris sings "Twist and Shout" in the parade helped me discover The Beatles and began my obsession with music.
i'm going expand the answer to include both first and most recent song. first: snoopy vs. the red baron, the royal guardsmen (i brought the 45 into kindergarten show and tell!)most recent: paper birds, the slip (i brought the album into work for show and tell!)
Come on Feel the Noise, or should I say ...Cum on Feel the Noize! Quiet Riot, of courseFollowed closely by:Bang Your Head (Metal Health) Contributed heartily to my black concert t-shirt phase
Kindergarten: "Thriller" by Michael JacksonFourth grade: "Blue Moon" by The MarcelsSeventh grade: "Diamonds on the Souls of Her Shoes" by Paul SimonNinth grade: "Tangled Up in Blue" by Bob DylanFirst junior year of college: "Sixteen Shells from a 30-Ought Six" by Tom WaitsSecond junior year of college: "Ella Guru" by Captain BeefheartRight out of college: "Bottle of Smoke" by the PoguesThree years ago: "Vengeance" by the NipsRight now: "Ain't No Sunshine" by Bill Withers
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