Jumping on the bandwagon with Daphne and Anali, I will be posting about songs that have impacted my life. The first is a song from my childhood. I come from a very musical family; the radio or MTV were often playing in the background in many of my early memories. My mom sang along with radio continuously whenever we were in the car. In fact, I didn't know there were grown-ups who didn't do that until we joined the neighborhood carpool and a neighbor boy asked why my mom was always singing.
The record that had the most impact on my childhood was Michael Jackson's Bad. Released just after my 4th birthday in 1987, this was one of the first albums my family purchased on CD (though we probably bought it sometime in 1988). Without a lot of choices to show off the amazing sound quality of this new-fangled technology, this got played often and loudly. My younger sister, who was still learning to speak, called him "Uncle" Jackson. My favorite song was the title track, Bad. We loved to jump around the living room listening to it. We loved "Uncle" Jackson so much that we rented Michael Jackson Moonwalker repeatedly from the video store rather than getting animated kids movies.
Without further ado, I give you Michael Jackson's Bad.
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