When I was in my pre-teens, I listened to my sisters favorites and since folk music was in at that time, I became a fan of the Kingston Trio. I still like them. Later, being a bit of a geek, I had kind of an eclectic mixture of tastes, the Tijuana Brass was one I enjoyed and Petula Clark, the British singer was another. As my musical tastes matured (or declined, however you view it), it was rock that held me. So, my favorites then and now...the Moody Blues. Oddly, their big hit, Nights in White Satin, never appealed to me. My favorite was 'The Story in Your Eyes', and then later, 'The Voice'. In college, when I was working on the campus radio station, my groups were Abba and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. BTO's 'Let It Ride' was one I played every chance I got. Even today, two months away from turning 70, when I'm driving, I put the windows down and turn the CD up. Most people, I'm sure, think I'm doing that because I'm losing my hearing. It's actually the other way around, I'm losing my hearing because I do that and have for a long time. But, it's worth it. Sometimes, it's the volume that increases the power of the music. So I was thinking today, what is my favorite song of all time? Wow, that's hard. Abba was soft rock but how they harmonized. BTO had that pounding beat that I love. Jay Black of Jay and the Americans had a great voice and range. He showed it on 'Cara Mia'. So many others, anyway, what music kept you going through your youth? Or what records did you wear out listening to them over and over?