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RE: (TV) OT: Earliest memory of rock

> From:	Jim Kauffman [SMTP:jkauff@earthlink.net]
> Sent:	Wednesday, August 01, 2001 2:40 PM
> To:	tv@obbard.com
> Subject:	Re: (TV) OT: Earliest memory of rock
> Not counting all the Dr. Demento-type novelty 45s, the first record I
> spent 
> my own money on was Lonnie Mack's instrumental version of Chuck Berry's 
> "Memphis". It was 1963, I was 12, and I had no idea who Chuck Berry was. 
> And I hated Elvis.
> I've loved the sound of electric guitar ever since.
[Mullen, Patrick Q]  First $$$ I spent was on THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES

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