Those cereal-box cut-out singles were awesome, baby. We had one by The Archies and I think one of the Bobby Sherman ones.
I'm really glad you posted this. Many many years ago, I was telling my wife that I swore these things existed. She thought I was crazy. Unfortunately, this was before smart phones, and we weren't around a search engine of any kind.
.......and since you posted that, I thought of "See You in September", a song I later song in high school chorus.When I threw this topic to Angie, I knew my first "radio memory":
"Windy," The Association. I think it was '68 or '69 (song was released in '67, I think ... "shelf life" for AM radio songs in those days was short) ... I was 3 or 4 at the time.
My family and me were in the car,heading back home after visiting one of our relatives ... it was on the radio. I think it was late-summer or early-fall. My memory about it is "vaguely vivid."
My personal old moment of the day...that was senior year in college for me.Aqua - Barbie Girl, Chumbawumba - Tubthumbing, TLC - Waterfalls, Skee-Lo, All 4 One - I wish.
Almost all terrible songs. Hope the music I actually listened to at a younger age was older than this.
This was one of the first songs I learned while teaching myself how to play the piano (top hand at least). That and "Snowbird" by Anne Murray and "One Tin Soldier" by Joni MitchellMy personal old moment of the day...that was senior year in college for me.
My mom would play the "Lite" radio station in the mornings, so I remember eating breakfast to this.