When this remake of the film "A Star Is Born" starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson came out in 1976, I think I went to see it at least twice at the theater, and that's unusual for me.
I thought it was great, and I loved the music.
So, naturally, I bought the album:
I always like that:
I learned the songs; I might be able to make my way along through them now if I had the lyrics in front of me.
I KNOW I could with a few, but maybe not all. I can't remember everything!
(Although I do have LOTS of lyrics rattling around in this old head of mine. When you really WANT to remember something , you can. I love to sing, so I remember lyrics. Other things? Um, not so much. But, if you want to sing, you've got to know the words! Of course there's always Karaoke, but that isn't what I'm talking about here.)
I can't recall exactly when I bought the CD - heck, I don't even remember what year I got my first CD player!
But I never had the film until I found it recently at a thrift store:
Yes, I still have a VCR.
If you didn't have a DVR of some kind, you might still have one, too!
Because I record TV shows all the time.
I want a DVR VERY badly, but I don't know if/when that will come about, so you do the best with what you have!
After all, I didn't get a VCR, or a CD player, or an MP3, nor even a smart phone until they'd been around a while.
I'm kind of behind the times.
I've told you that before.