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When I was young I used to believe that the singers on the radio would wait in line to sing. So when someone requested a song i thought it was unfair to all the other singers.
I thought every song was sung live at the radio station. I used to picture the artists standing on a platform in front of a microphone singing.
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!
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 that there were little people inside of the radio sets singing sings every time the radio sets were turned on. i was so amazed that they all knew all the songs there were.
I used to believe that when you turned on the radio all the bands rushed to the radio station to play the music.
When I was a child I thought all singing performers appeared live on each radio station and I often wondered how they could be in so many places at a time ? and how on earth did they fit their live bands in a small broadcasting room ?
I used to think the music on the radio was always a live performance at that radio station.
When I was younger, I used to think that every song heard on the radio was the band playing live in the radio's studio
I used to believe that the people performing on the radio (Andy Williams, Nat King Cole, etc.) were actually singing in the radio station's studio. I always wanted to go there and see the singers until it was explained to me about records, etc. Total bummer.
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.
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 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 verrrrry young and I heard a song on the radio, I thought it was live. When I heard it on another station, I figured, they just picked themselves up and moved to another station all day long!
When my parents would listen to the radio I thought that the actual bands set up at the station and sang the song I would hear. I particularly remember imagining Elvis in the studio..cords strewn about the studio, him dancing and singing, and the next band getting ready to set up when he was finished. Apparently it didn't matter to me if the artists were alive or not, they were in that studio!!
Whenever I was I child, I used to think that the music on the radio was being played directly at the studios by the band or musician, as opposed to being played from a CD.
When I was younger I used to think that the people singing the songs were at the radio station singing them live, so you can just imagine how upset I was that Reba Mcentire was not actually in my small town.
When I was younger, I used to believe that singers sing alive at the radio .
When I was a little kid listening to the radio, I was thinking that the people singing were all down at the radio station...like they all just hung around there all the time waiting for their turn to sing again. It was the time of the old top 40 format on most stations, so you heard the same old songs over and over, so that made perfect sense to me at the time. Funny, huh?
When I was about 5 i used to listen to old music w/my parents I always used to think that there were people actually in the studio playing the songs.When I was about 6 I visited the radio station and asked where all the people where and everyone looked at me strangely