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Tamra says ...
Irene Cara, Whitney Houston, Mickey Mouse Disco (don't ask) and the Fame Soundtrack. :)
08/09/2010 9:26:50 AM CDT
Serena says ...
1990s: I loved to study with Pink Floyd music in the background. The Dark Side of the Moon. Made my brain work better!
08/09/2010 9:27:20 AM CDT
Ellen says ...
Chicago, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Cat Stevens, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, James Taylor, Carole King, Spinners, Laura Nero, Jim Croce, Three Dog Night
08/09/2010 9:28:53 AM CDT
Bryan says ...
Kansas, Chicago, Beatles and Dave Matthews.
08/09/2010 9:33:33 AM CDT
Brooke says ...
Beatles ( Sgt Pepper and the White Album ), Rolling Stones ( Let it Bleed ), Joni Mitchell ( Blue, For the Roses ), Cream ( Disraeli Gears / Fresh Cream, Best of ) , Jimi Hendrix ( Are you Experienced? ), James Taylor ( Sweet Baby James ), and Carole King, ( Tapestry ), Simon & Garfunkle ( Bridge over Troubled Waters ), and many many others. Ears were a very valued body part in those years. Now we're all hard of hearing, but wow, it was awesome while it lasted! We used to yell, "Crank it up!~" and now, we mutter "henh? huh? I can't hear what you said, will you repeat that?!"
08/09/2010 9:33:48 AM CDT
Ann says ...
The Beatles, Dionne Warwick, Aretha, The Four Tops, The Beach Boys, Chicago. My age is showing...
08/09/2010 9:33:57 AM CDT
Lisa McKay says ...
Ohhh high school,...was it that long ago?,,,yes it was,..lol! I'm a '68 baby,..graduated in 1987,..boy that sounds like a million years ago now,..but it feels like yesterday. I listened to the classics of course,..JOURNEY, FOREIGNER, AC<DC, LOVERBOY, BOSTON, VAN HALEN, LED ZEPPELIN, BON JOVI and of course AEROSMITH!! Is there anything better? I still listen to these great bands and even though music is different today and you have to change with the times I feel like the music from the 80's is the best! I guess I feel that way because high school was fun for me nad I enjoyed it so much,..great memories. I do like the newer music also though,..and I swore to myself that I wouldn't be like some people,..like our parents,.who held onto just old music and never tried new stuff,...todays good music in my opinion,.. Oasis, Nirvana, (did I mention Def Leppard?),..It's still Rock n' Roll to me!!
08/09/2010 9:35:01 AM CDT
amy says ...
REM, The Sundays, Love and Rockets, Jane's Addiction, The Police, The B-52s... plus lots of hair metal!! LOL.
08/09/2010 9:35:17 AM CDT
Susan Cowan says ...
I was in high school in the 60's so I listened to Pat Boone and Elvis Presley. And, I watched American Bandstand every day after school. Fun times!
08/09/2010 9:36:04 AM CDT
vickie satterwhite says ...
Music was what helped me get through my high school years (1970's)! I listened to all types but I really listened to a lot of Cat Stevens, Eric Clapton, Aerosmith, Steely Dan and Captain and Tennille.
08/09/2010 9:36:40 AM CDT
Chris Henderson says ...
In High School I was listening to Depeche Mode, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, Shakespeare's Sister, Nirvana and many many more. I absolutely love music!!
08/09/2010 9:36:56 AM CDT
Suzi Tobias says ...
Being in High School, I explored different genre. When I felt like a hippie chick I listened to Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Crosby Stills Nash & Young and the Dead... When I was hanging with my punky friends, I loved Bowie, The Romantics, The King-Bees, The Clash, and pop bands like Duran Duran and the Go-Gos... But I also played cello and had a great appreciation for Classical-- particularly Rimsky-Korsokov, Bernstein, Gershwin, and Ralph Vaughn Williams.
08/09/2010 9:37:06 AM CDT
Dona Shewood says ...
The first song I heard when I walked in to the Student Union my freshman year of high school was: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight". It always brings back memories.
08/09/2010 9:37:41 AM CDT
KimMarie Davidson says ...
Talk about dating yourself, well here it goes: Yeah, this is the years when these were released--thats how old I am!. Zeppelin, Aerowsmith, Queen, Springsteen,Niel Young, Lennon, McCartney, Simon/Garfunkel, James Taylor, Carol King, Dylan, Linda Rondstat, Nugent Alice Cooper,Pink Floyd, Stones, Lynard Skynard, Boston, America, Cat Stevens, George Harrison... Diverse yes, Im an old sole, and listen to much music that wasnt popular at all from the 40's and 50's 60's too. Alot of stuff that was popular during the Nam war, as my friends fathers and brothers were returning home, alive and in boxes.....A very sad time in our country. I was in choir and sang and danced so music was my life then..
08/09/2010 9:38:56 AM CDT
Alexandra says ...
The Beatles, The Who, The Kinks, Simon and Garfunkel, Dvorak, Hoagy Carmichael, any bigband music, The Lovin' Spoonful, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Mostly The Kinks... They were/are my favorite. All my friends made fun of me because no one else my age was listening to this music at the time...
08/09/2010 9:41:51 AM CDT
Darlene Anderson says ...
Ahhh, the early 70's..... It was John Mayal singing about "California", Jesse Colin Young and his "Ridgetop", some Stoneground thrown in just to keep things moving. When I was feeling reflective, Joni Mitchell and Judy Collins The first album I purchased was Joan Baez, her warbling connected me to Early American roots. The first concert I attended was Janice Joplin with Norton Buffalo; I was thirteen and it cost $3.50....her intensity satisfied my teenage rebellion. Lots and lots of Crosby, Stills and Nash, Santana and the occassional Bob Dylan thrown in for good measure. Simon and Garfunkel's, "Kodachrome" was the finale to my high school years in 1973. Music and lots of it, it makes life sweet!!!!!!
08/09/2010 9:42:10 AM CDT
Lisa Pierre-Louis says ...
When in high school I was listening to Chicago, Ashford and Simpson and the BeeGees. Wow what memories!!!!
08/09/2010 9:43:24 AM CDT
Herb says ...
The Fifth Dimension!
08/09/2010 9:44:34 AM CDT
Sarah says ...
ABBA, Air Supply, Billy Joel, Elton John and Chicago. I really miss those days!!
08/09/2010 9:44:51 AM CDT
Mindy says ...
I graduated HS in 1996, and I became a lifelong, diehard Pearl Jam fan when they first introduced TEN. If I wasn't listening to PJ (and I probably was, and stil am!), it was Bob Marley or Stone Temple Pilots.
08/09/2010 9:46:01 AM CDT
Janet Wells says ...
Steamy, hot back-to-school days in Houston were more tolerable with songs like "Hot Time in the City", "Sealed With a Kiss", "So Happy Together"...as high school teenagers in the late '60's, we were just being exposed for the first time to rock music. It seemed most of us were "boy-crazy" and "band-crazy", sitting in front of our record players and playing the same 45's over and over, or placing the needle carefully on a "special song" on a priceless album or concert that cost us quite a few summer few babysitting jobs. I wiill always remember my first live concert to see Roy Orbison, and the craziness of a packed local movie theatre showing Magical Mystery Tour and Yellow Submarine. I had so many favorites that I can't name them all here...countless tunes by the Beatles, the Monkeys, Simon and Garfunkle, The Lovin' Spoonful, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Turtles, Donovan, The Animals, the BJ's...just to name a few!!
08/09/2010 9:47:05 AM CDT
Karen Jenkins says ...
1976 we were tail-ending the big BiCentennial Celebration of our great country...I was livin' large in my cut-off "Daisy Dukes" shorts, halter tops, and rockin' to the best '70's Rock'n'Roll on my very own "Stereo" - with an 8-track player, turntable, AM and FM with two speakers!! Knew Mom was helping me get ready for the walk to school, making me a peanut-butter-and-jelly "slurp'n'choke" sandwich, and a crisp red delicious apple. I had a Thermos she would use for packing me homemade soup when the weather got cool. Steely Dan's "Reelin' in the Years" and "Summer Breeze Makes Me Feel Fine" by Seals & Croft, with a little "Closer to Home" by Grand Funk Railroad helped me to move along to school, the tunes "stuck in my head" without earplugs back then, unless it was the little white or tan one attached to the transistor radio. Bookin' to school in my wallabies...It was all good back in 1976, on my first day in 10th grade!
08/09/2010 9:47:13 AM CDT
Sandra says ...
In high school, I loved Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and early (pre-Stevie Nicks) Fleetwood Mac. Sooo thankful that I graduated before disco hit!
08/09/2010 9:47:13 AM CDT
Yolanda Walser says ...
I am definitly from the great 70's! I loved listening to Carole King, Marvin Gaye, Temptations, Chicago, Three Dog Night, Grand Funk, and Led Zeppelin. which was my first concert ever! Remember getting posters in the albums which were hung throughout our bedroom! Went to all the Chicago and Three Dog Night concerts after Led Zeppelin too ! :) Loved the 70's !
08/09/2010 9:48:35 AM CDT
carol says ...
80's music!! Madonna, Prince, Boy George, Blondie, etc
08/09/2010 9:50:24 AM CDT

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