I figured it out in college. All the music that my parents listened to every weekend turned out to be classics. My Dad spent all his money on albums. Well, he spent a little of it on booze to go with the albums. Every Friday for the entire time I grew up my Dad would bring home the newest releases and a few coctails to keep him company while he listened to the new albums.
Ironically he had the HiFi over the ear headphones that everyone wears now. He would play it so loud I could hear every song. I really didn’t listen directly but I heard them all. For the best songs he would go grab my Mom and say “You have to hear this one” . I remember hearing Elton John’s Yellow Brick Road play endlessly for weeks on end. Dr. Hook, Bob Segar, Fleetwood Mac. All in regular rotation as they released new stuff.
When I went to college all the kids thought they were cool listening to all the music from the late 60s and 70s but to me it just reminded me of my parents. I I literally listened to that my entire life. Why would I want to leave my parents house only to do and listen to the same shit they did? Turned out college was my family. Same music, a lot of drinking, a little weed, and some good parties with friends. In hind site I had as good of training for college as you could get.
So when the TikTok from DoggFace that has been so popular hit social media I heard my childhood playing in the background. He was singing to the song Dreams off of the album Rumors. I remember the very day Rumors came out. It was one album my Mom and my Dad both were looking forward to. I can remember my Dad unwrapping it and playing it forever. It lasted longer on the rotation that any album I can remember. As soon as I heard it again a few weeks ago I just smiled. 43 years later and it’s as fresh as it was yesterday. It brought back so many good memories. Memories in college that embarrassed me. Now? Now I know my parents were so young my childhood was their college.
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