What was the #1 song when you were born? (not sure? you can find out here.)
It seems I took Duke Orsino’s advise a bit seriously when I was reading Twelfth Night during my school days.
While I exactly cant recall my birth however am sure after 5 years down the line was sure about having some favourite number of Bollywood songs and whilst it was the 80’s era so there was a boom in disco.
Music is my weakness and I used to spend most of my time listening to music, I had a record player HMV one ( vinyl player, turn table) , which was my best company and I used to play songs till my neighbours complained and was very proud to own it. Again I was lucky as my parents did have little interference I used to listen to music thereafter to the rest of my life, still I am listening classical while writing the post. . Check this out you might like it:
Kaushiki & Parthasarathi sings Hamsadhwani (Lagi Lagan)
Kaushiki is a perfect example of divine beauty and golden voice and rules the classical world.
I have still preserved the records and feel very proud of them as it is almost extinct now, memories are attached with them.
Then came the 90’s when I had developed the liking for Bee Gees, Richard Marx, Bon Jovi, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Def Lepard and Johnny Cash( country music) and many more. I always loved the way Johnny Cash introduced himself before every song and concert, “Hi! My name is Johnny Cash”. I also recommend if you can watch Walk the Line, a movie based on the life of the singer.
I enjoyed writing this and hope that you would have equally enjoyed reading it.
2 thoughts on “#1 song when you were born?”
A wonderful musical choice. I used to follow classical Indian youth when I was in college. Concerts and everything 🙂 And the Beatles.
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Yes, indeed I believe every genre in music has a lot to offer, am lucky to understand and enjoy various forms and artists. Although I have observed a lot of following of classical in the west and EU too. Appreciate all the music lovers.