Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#1018

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Swords of a Thousand Men
Tenpole Tudor

Intuition
Linx

68 Guns
Big Country-ish??

My Favourite Waste Of Time
Owen Paul?

Pearl In The Shell
Howard Jones?


#1019

Couple of good live versions of it on YouTube. Video killed the radio star that is.


#1020

68 Guns - The Alarm


#1021

Have you seen the Two Tribes live version?
Class!


#1022

#1023

C4 used two tribes when they had American football back in the 80s to soundtrack the weekly round up.


#1024

very good.


#1025

All correct, except for 68 Guns, which @Harrys_Tiles got. :sunglasses:


#1026

Love Wars
Solid
Rhythm is a dancer
Ride on Time
Axel F
Turning Japanese
Joan of Arc
You to me are everything
Everything I own (Early 70S)
Everything must change


#1027

Some very good ones there! Owen Paul … I dunno how these things stay in the back of you head. If I could remember as well at school I’d be a doctor now!!!


#1028

Forgot Trevor horn was involved in both of those songs.


#1029

Love Wars - Womack & Womack
Solid Ashford & Simpson
Rhythm is a dancer - SNAP (90’s?)
Ride on Time - Black Box (steady!)
Axel F Harold Faltemeyer
Turning Japanese - the Vapors
Joan of Arc - OMD
You to me are everything - The Real thing?
Everything I own (Early 70S) - The reggae one was Ken something but the original is Bread i think
Everything must change - Paul (no longer ) Young


#1030

Very good HS … I often think of them in groups - one leads to another!

Ken Boothe!


#1031

The Alarm were a poor man’s Big Country.


#1032

Yeah Mike Peters was no Stuart Adamson!


#1033

Tenpole went on to host the Crystal Maze!


#1034

“Joan of Arc” was also the title of a Leonard Cohen song, beautifully duetted with Jennifer Warnes…


#1035

Jennifer Warnes … had another hit duet with who and what?


#1036

Joe Cocker…
Up where we belong…
Bill Medley…
The Time of my Life.

One of my all-time favourite singers, she is.


#1037

Love the first line
“Well I had some time with my wife”