1st Album you Ever Owned?

I hope this topic stirs up some great memories and further sharing of good music.
What was the first vinyl "LP" album you ever owned?

Mine was "Maynard '64" (Maynard Furgeson).  I was 10 and learning to play trumpet, and my dad bought this album for me.  He worked a lot, so it was really cool that he took the time to chase it down.

I cherished it and still have it, but it didn't take long to learn there was much better jazz out there.  In all fairness, I grew up listening to my parents playing Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong and Tommy Dorsey - a pretty decent start given the general lack of recognition in the white middle class as to how African culture had molded the music they loved.

Please share your first LP experience!
Electric Ladyland is certainly a worthy first album. I still listen to it on a regular basis, and it always sounds fresh and amazing. It creates it's own world as you listen.
Kiss Alive...he he I was in first grade don't judge.
Stole Sgt. Pepper from my Dad shortly after, found all things Zepplin and my musical journey began...
first two albums I acquired were the Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers and the Who's Next. probably late September of 1971.  Just cashed in on some Bar Mitzvah checks and begged one of my folks to drive me to the record store.....
Led Zep ii was soon after. 
I still own them and will need to check if the Whos next is an early pressing :) 
You can almost guess the age of the posters here by the name of the first album they ever owned. If they can’t remember the name...well, that speaks for itself. I’ll reiterate that my first album was "Rubber Soul" by the Beatles. Although not my first album, I recognize nearly every one above and probably owned them at one time or another. I do clearly remember buying "Something New" by the Beatles, and still own both original UK copies today.