Music From Our Parents
4 years ago by
For most of us, our earliest music memories came from our parents.
I grew up with a dad who dragged me along to Bruce Springsteen concerts when I was much too young to appreciate it and a mom who loved singing along to Carole King and Phil Collins songs.
And as hard as some of us may have tried to rebel against these influences in search of our own musical taste, it’s inevitable that a lot of them have stuck with us. So, whether you couldn’t stand the Frank Sinatra in your house growing up and have now come to love it, or you’ve always had a soft spot for your mom’s Otis Redding affection, this week, team AD is bringing you the songs that we’ve found through our parents :)
What a great list! Some others I love:
Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You – Frankie Valli
25 or 6 to 4 – Chicago
Beginning – Chicago
Dust in the Wind – Kansas
Whaaaaat? Are your parents like… 37 or something?