That was Tears For Fears, biggest British hit was 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World', though they also had the original of 'Mad World', which I think plagerises a little of Yusuf Islam 'Matthew and Son' from the 60s.Gill the Piano wrote:Don't know it. I've been plagued by 'Shout, shout, let it all out' by some 80s band.
Naxos are a midprice label, however many charity shops either underprice or overprice them. Whenever I see them underpriced, I always buy. When I see Chandos, Hyperion and Deutsche Grammophon for a pound a go, I definitely buy.
Not had it 'on my mind' per se, but I've been thinking about it a lot in recent days; Paul Evans - Hello This Is Joanie (The Telephone Answering Machine Song). Not least because Joanie was my mother in law - from Farrock in Essex.
run by the Trussell Trust:
I have the same piece on now in binaural stereo and it's even more infectious.
https://www.discogs.com/Various-Disco-F ... ter/105079
Not singling any track out, every one was a boster. 'Don't Walk Boogie' was another one I had too.
Today, with thanks to Co-Operative Radio it's been 'A Girl Like You' which sounds like Edwyn Collins is sur la toilette and not having a great deal of joy whilst he's singing it.
(great stereo on this one)