I was listening to the Dave Brubeck Quartet - "Time Out" on SACD tonight. This was the very first SACD I bought, back in December of 2001. I listen to this disc quite often, but whenever I listen to it, it reminds me of that winter. I had just broken up with a girlfriend of 18 months and everytime I listen to that disc it projects me back to that moment in my life. It's almost bittersweet because I love this disc. This happens with a LOT of the discs I own. Whenever I listen to GNR's "Appetite for Destruction", I get jettisoned back to December of 1988, when I first heard them during the equipment changeover of a Kiss/Ted Nugent concert. In fact, nobody had heard of them yet...the video for "Welcome to the Jungle" hadn't even made it's MTV debut yet and "Sweet Child of Mine" was still 6 months from release. Does this happen to anyone else? Do you associate good or bad memories to certain discs based on what happened in your life during that moment? Some discs I hardly ever play anymore because they bring me back to a place I don't want to revisit, even though the music may be particularly good. Am I the only one who experiences this or is this commonplace?