Music, music

I was doing some musical stylings on the computer today, from an album that dates back to 1972, so when I saw Amy’s blog post–also linked on the side bar, which should, some day, wander back up to the top– I was curious to see what the number 1 hit was in 1972. I looked up the month and date of my birth in 1972 (not really the year of my birth, although for today I’m pretending) and found that the song was “Brandy–you’re a fine girl”.

5 thoughts on “Music, music

  1. Aargh!! This is one of those real timewasters where you (meaning “I”) hunt through various possibilities trying to find out which year would have been good to have been born in (based on UTTERLY meaningless trivia like this). Anyway, depending on which year I chose, I got almost everyone, from Bing Crosby through Roberta Flack, Kim Carnes, and Madonna, to U2 and Sinead O’Connor. (Oh yeah, & that ubiquitous elvis guy). The scary thing is that I don’t recognise anything from the 2000s. Now, where’d my walking stick go…

  2. Heehee! Fun. The day I was born the hit was (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones

  3. Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu)
    by Domenico Modugno

    Wow, this explains a lot.

    I also subtracted nine monthes
    to uncover my conception hit:

    In Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis

    by a group called:

    The Gregorian Chance

  4. Funny how all the songs lead to the same thing–or more than likely, stem from one thing.

    The song for my “real” birthday is “Where did our love go” by the Supremes.

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