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I used to believe that all the music played on the radio was played by the bands. I wondered how they fit them all into the studio!
I used to believe when I was little, that the music I heard on the radio were live bands playing. After every song, another group would play.
I used to believe that the music on the radio was actually played by the bands at the radio station. I used to think that it must be a lot of work for them to keep moving from station to station.
I used to think that when a song was on the radio it was the actual band playing it live,and that there were lots of bands waiting in a studio to perform their particular song. It never occured to me that it was someone playing records!
I used to believe that all the music played on the radio was played live by the bands. I realize a lot of little kids have this belief. However, there is a local radio station that actually does have bands come in all the time and play live--sometimes several bands back-to-back. So a lot of us weren't that far off! :-)
I used to believe that songs were performed live on the radio. When I was 8, I realized that they were recorded on tapes and CDs
i was little, about 5 or 6 and i was listening to the radio one day. Obviously, songs are played one after another, and so i thought to myself- WOW! how do they get all the bands into the studio so quick?! i had never heard of cd's and cassettes before...!
When I was little, I used to think that the bands on the radio were actually at the radio station performing...until one day my dad turned the station and the same song was playing, boy did that mess me up lol
I used to believe that when you turned on the radio all the bands rushed to the radio station to play the music.
I used to believe that the choirs/singers on the radio were at the radio stations performing live. I did not know it was records/tapes/CDs being played!
when i was in the car and my mom put the radio on and people were singing, i thought they were actually doing live performances.
When my cousin was little she thought when people sang on the radio it was actual little people inside the radio performing.
When I was younger I used to believe that the songs that came out on the radio were actually being sung live from the radio stations. It never crossed my mind that the songs were recorded, hahaha...
when I was little, I used 2 belive that the radio station played music live. I always wondered how they played that backround music when they were talking, or when they were about to let a band play.
My 18 yr. old daughter recently told me that when she was little, she thought the songs she heard on the radio were being sung live. Imagine her confusion when she heard the same song at the same time on different stations.
I used to believe that the people singing on the radio were all waiting on line to play their songs... and then would go to the back of the line until they were called on again.
my dad used to believe when he heard songs on the radio the real groups and singers were down at the radio station singing
When I was little, I used to believe that every song on the radio was played live. I used to picture all the bands lined up, waiting for their turn to sing. I'm such a dork!
When I was a little girl (4 or 5), I thought that the music on the radio was performed live! When I fell in love with Donny Osmond, it took hours for my mother to convince me that he wasnt at our local radio station!
I used to believe, like alot of people, that the bands were playing live at the radio stations. One time I was listening to a song, and my mom turned to a different radio station, and then the same song was on. I was VERY confused as to how this band (whose name I forgot) could be in 2 placed at once!
I used to believe that every band or singer on the radio was right there in the radio station. I figured that they needed commercials to give each band time to run out of the studio and the next band to go in and play their song.