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Forgotten 80s 2

Another batch of some classic songs of the 80s that got away… Enjoy!

The Alarm – Sold Me Down A River

Dead Or Alive – In Too Deep

Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Rage Hard

Godley and Creme – Wedding Bells

BA Robertson and Maggie Bell – Hold Me

Glass Tiger – Don’t Forget Me When I’m Gone

The Outfield – Voices Of Babylon

Wax – Right Between The Eyes

Breathe – How Can I Fall

Go West – The King Is Dead

Forgotten 80s

Inspired by the Sunday evening Absolute 80s radio show presented by Matthew Rudd, I thought it was high time that I started my own ‘Forgotten 80s’ blog for friends, family and regular correspondents. Enjoy!

Noiseworks – Take Me Back

Chaka Khan – Love Of A Lifetime

Mr Mister – Healing Waters

Chicago – Along Comes A Woman

Kreamcicle – No News Is News

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts

Sylvian and Sakakmoto – Forbidden Colours

Bardo – One Step Further

1927 – That’s When I Think Of You

Drum Theatre – Living In The Past

Paloma Faith: Only Love Can Hurt Like This

Beyond a shadow of a doubt, my song of the year to date. Just wonderful.

Toto – I’ll Be Over You

A beautiful and poignant song from Toto’s Fahrenheit album, featuring backing vocals from the sublime Michael McDonald

Great singer…

Shame about the band!

A pretty unique video performance which I came across this evening featuring Coldplay down under with a stunning performance by Mr John Farnham. What a song. What a voice.

Rochester Castle Concerts 2014

After an exceptionally crowd-pleasing Rochester Castle Concerts last year which included artists such as Go West, Tony Hadley and Status Quo, this year’s line-up of artists has finally been confirmed with the announcement today that Level 42, supported by Shakatak, will be kicking off the series of shows on Wednesday 16th July.

For those who have never yet had the opportunity to attend one of the Rochester Castle Concerts in Medway, I would strongly urge you to consider doing so this year. Whilst the UB40 concert is already a sell-out, tickets are now on general sale for Westlife’s Shane Filan, Level 42 (announced today), and Saturday night’s traditional classical spectacular The Proms. A warm welcome is guaranteed in one of the most spectacular and special concert venues in the whole of the UK.

L42_DVD-134This year’s line-up:

Weds 16th July – Level 42 with Shakatak

Thurs 17th July – Shane Filan with Jamie Johnson

Fri 18th July – UB40

Sat 19th July – Castle Proms

Sun 20th July – Under Siege

For tickets and information, visit the official Castle Concerts website – click here

Cry Little Sister

For those of a certain age, this is, and always will be, THE movie and soundtrack of the late 80s. Enjoy!

Haim: The Wire

Great song, and video, from my band of the year so far. Enoy!

I Won’t Back Down!

In case there were any doubts.

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