By Music Shall They Know Ye

I recently read an article about music that defines a person. While I tend to view anything serving as quick-'n'-easy psychological profiles to be bunkum, it's still good fun. Thus my list for today, this moment:

  • First Bought: My first record was the 45 of Boston's "More Than a Feeling" but the first album was a collection of 1950s and 1960s novelty songs, which I ordered from the TV with my newspaper route earnings around age 12 or 13.
  • Always Dancing: I'm not big on dancing, so little comes to mind, but "Mighty Man" by Mungo Jerry is downright groovy.
  • Childhood: "The Raven" by Allan Parsons Project
  • Perfect Love Song: "That's My Weakness Now" by Ukulele Ike (Cliff Edwards)
  • Funeral Music: "Elegia" by New Order
  • Make you, you: "You Must Learn All Night Long" by Fantastic Plastic Machine, as it's Japanese and I've always been rather studious