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You Sexy Thing: The IB Period Playlist

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28 minutes ago, Leicestershire said:

- there's no one quite like grandma

 

They had a point though

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Just now, Lesworth said:

They had a point though

Definitely!!

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12 minutes ago, johndglynn said:

Luckily for music lovers, there is some editorial control being exercised 😀 👍🏻

Ok, Now with a bit more effort, December was going to be difficult (back in the old days novelty records topped the charts at Christmas). 

Take your pick from 1980

Dexy's Midnight Runners Geno
The Police Don't Stand So Close To Me
Odyssey Use It Up And Wear It Out
The Detroit Spinners Working My Way Back To You / Forgive Me Girl
Kenny Rogers Coward Of The County
Ottawan DISCO
Olivia Newton-John & Electric Light Orchestra Xanadu
David Bowie Ashes To Ashes
The Pretenders Brass In Pocket
The Jam Going Underground / Dreams Of Children
Blondie Atomic & Call Me
Diana Ross Upside Down
The Nolans I'm In The Mood For Dancing
Randy Crawford One Day I'll Fly Away
   
The Vapors Turning Japanese
Madness My Girl
Pink Floyd Another Brick In The Wall
Bob Marley & The Wailers Could You Be Loved
The Gap Band Oops Upside Your Head
David Essex Silver Dream Machine
The Korgis Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
Hazel O'Connor Eighth Day
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Enola Gay
Kate Bush Babooshka
Peter Gabriel Games Without Frontiers
Rainbow All Night Long
The Piranhas Tom Hark
The Beat Mirror In The Bathroom
Sky Toccata
Elvis Costello I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
George Benson Give Me The Night
Jon & Vangelis I Hear You Now

 

 

 

 

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So many winners in 1980! I pick Chrissie Hynde. My gf worked with her back in the 1990s (long story and excellent). That track is pure sass and you needed brass to buy an IB.

Have added a link to the Spotify playlist in the social icons.

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Surely Tracy Chapmans ‘Fast Car’ (1988) should be on the list!

 

 

 

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Holy shi*e there is some good stuff to choose from in 1983!!

 

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3 hours ago, Mobydick said:

Surely Tracy Chapmans ‘Fast Car’ (1988) should be on the list!

 

 

 

That's a superb song...and a superb album.  Talkin' Bout a Revolution is a hell of an opening, too.

47 minutes ago, Flat 6 said:

Holy shi*e there is some good stuff to choose from in 1983!!

 

What a song.  The tenuous, "the turning point of a career, in Korea, being insincere," even seems to work.

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Kylie and Jason “Especially for you” was No.1 the day my car was first registered. Not one for the play list I would suggest 🥴

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Just now, Wingnonut said:

Kylie and Jason “Especially for you” was No.1 the day my car was first registered. Not one for the play list I would suggest 🥴

Knowing the sheriff, it'll be going in :D

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7 minutes ago, AirCooledExcellence said:

Knowing the sheriff, it'll be going in :D

You wish!! :smash:

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Love it - keep it going!!

My SC Cab was a 1983 car. So many club classics in 1983 but this is the one!

 

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40 minutes ago, johndglynn said:

Love it - keep it going!!

My SC Cab was a 1983 car. So many club classics in 1983 but this is the one!

 

This is what I used to teach Lily about vowels. She still sings it :)

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In spring of 1989 Simple minds released their new album "street fighting years". Can't think of a better song to go out for a drive than "soul crying out".

 

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1981 - Diary Of A Mad Man - Ozzy Osborne 👌 Brilliant intro by Randy Rhodes - RIP. 

Released November’81, a month before my SC was registered. 

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U2, 1987 with or without you. I cooked for the man himself.  Real gentleman. 

 

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7 hours ago, johndglynn said:

Love it - keep it going!!

My SC Cab was a 1983 car. So many club classics in 1983 but this is the one!

 

Southern Freeze, love it!

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Easy for me. Big into R&B and in the long hot summer of ‘76 I slow danced to this at the Stracey Arms on the Norfolk Broads with some northern girls we met whilst on a boating holiday that year. Got it on vinyl and bought all their stuff from a vintage record shop I found in NYC a few years ago. When dad passed I sat in the dark In the living room and played this at full volume....

VT

 

 

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On 4/13/2020 at 5:15 PM, Fuchs915 said:

Hole in my shoe  - Neil

Or 

White lines - GM Flash and the furious 5

?? Which to choose...??

August 84, Windjammer - Tossing and Turning - also in the charts.  Smooooooooooooooooth!

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My car was first registered at the beginning of October 1976. Top of the charts - ABBA, Dancing Queen! 🥺Please don't add it to the play list, John.

Can I have "The Rubberband Man" by the Detoit Spinners instead, 24th in the charts.

Jason

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I'm not sure if any of you have seen this but someone has taken the time to cut numerous songs from each year into one three minute song.  It's a bit of fun and a new week is posted each Thursday; today it's 1989:

 

and years from 1979 onwards are covered (so, thus far, all IB model years - yes I know the 964 crossed over with the IB at the end but let's avoid pure semantics).

 

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