My First Single – “Bang Bang”


Saturday 06 September, 2014 by Uncle Spike

For today’s look at Tunes I Love, I have selected the very first single that I bought on my own. Not sure how well this was known away from UK shores, but still, here goes.
This is B.A. Robertson, and “Bang Bang!”





Did you notice the fashion…. Now I guess why Aunty Spike keeps trying to break the combination to get into and burn the contents of my rather aged wardrobe 😀  


8 thoughts on “My First Single – “Bang Bang”

  1. ballerina95 says:

    I chuckled at the pants and “tie”

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  2. pinkpodster says:

    Never heard of this Bang Bang, but it’s cheery. My kind of quirky.

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  3. The first two singles I ever owned were “I Can See for Miles & Miles” (The Who) and Purple Haze (Jimmy Hendrix). And my first LP was “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (Beatles).

    Now you know that I’m older than you!

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  4. Gill McGrath says:

    just beginning to picture you with some accuracy me thinks…… 🙂

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