From singing along to CSN & sometimes Y in the car with your dad, to totally having boob pressed against you to P.M. Dawn, music's inextricable from your most cherished memories. Share your tune-driven nostalgia, with JamsBio.
JB's a social community that lets you disseminate "your life through music", filling in fellow users on why Eddie Money makes you cry and "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" reminds you of Grandma ("Don't be gross! She wanted to play a kooky rapping oldster in an Adam Sandler movie."). Search by song, artist, or album, or browse annual top 100 hits, and Jam'll automatically pull the cover art and a 30 second sample to accompany your self-illuminating post; add tags, and others can find your memory-nugget based on topics like "party", "family", and "love", as well as less popular themes, like..."rape". Currently recollections include the thrill of freshman year in '76 (Peter Frampton, "Do You Feel Like We Do"), a 7-year-old's alarming enthusiasm at a Janet Jackson concert ("Black Cat"), and a girl losing her virginity to Cutting Crew's "Died In Your Arms, (I Just)" while her boyfriend was "wearing his Z. Cavariccis and trying to figure out where everything goes" (so what died in his arms was respect)
Use JB's "List" function and you can build up a Top 5 of your theme of choice (with album art/song samples/musings), then post it for comments, a perfect forum for finally sharing the ultimate personal Top 5 -- Songs My Dad Busted Me Feeling Boob To.