As much as we’d like to think otherwise, we usually don’t remember where we were or what we were doing the first time we heard our favorite songs. Oh sure, exceptions exist, I specifically remember being in my dad’s car in 1994 hearing Green Day’s “Basket Case” for the first time, or when Ted Leo floored me playing “Me and Mia” nine years later in Boston at a now defunct Tremont Street club. But ask me where I was when I first heard The Replacements’ “I Will Dare” or The Weakerthans’ “Watermark” and I’ll have no clue. There’s also the reality that most of the new music I hear these days is with my headphones on while in front of a computer, which is…