How far back does history go?

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My dad and I took a roadtrip in 2014 before he passed and I'd love to see what songs we were listening to on that trip. It looks like the history only goes back 2 years - is that right?
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Amanda Grady

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He's dead, Jim!

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My scobbling go back to 5 May 2007, 6:11pm.
Try https://www.last.fm/user/_/library?to=2014-12-31&from=2014-01-01 and you can adjust the dates.
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It depends on when you started scrobbling. In theory the history goes back all the way to the year 2002 when the website started I think. But if you didn't connect your player with your Last.fm account in 2014, there can't be any history. 
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No, every song you ever scrobbled is saved, so the history goes all the way back to the first song you ever played, whenever that was. Unless you deleted some plays or used the option to reset your library at some point, of course.
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What is your or your dad's username? And how did you scrobble your listening back then?
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Awesome - thank you all, I was able to view my older history with the link from He's dead, Jim!