What Music are you into?
#21

My gigs since the end of lockdown have been. Graham Gouldman (ex 10CC and songwriter) at the Sub Rooms Stroud, A brilliant 60's weekend at Butlins Minehead. Eh hum, The Shires at the Sub Rooms accompanying the Mrs, .... honestly, a great double bill of The Undertones and Hugh Cornwell (The Stranglers) at The Cheese & Grain Frome, and the mighty Gong again at the Sub Rooms, because I quite like a bit of the weird stuff given half a chance. My last gig in Gloucester pre lockdown was Lee Scratch Perry (RIP) at the Guildhall.
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#22

Artists I have seen Live. As already mentioned, Bon Jovi at the Old Wembley Stadium. Take That with Robbie Williams and The Pet Shop Boys at the New Wembley Stadium.
 At the Birmingham Indoor Arena, saw Aerosmith with Van Halen as Support.    
Also went to a Festival in Staffordshire, where Coldplay and The Foo Fighters were On Stage.

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#23

Another Brilliant Song from 'Tears for Fears'. This seems more like the 1990's, than the 1980's.

https://youtu.be/x1100QINlo4

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#24

Noticed a Tweet from Neil saying that a certain Duran Duran song was magnificent. Not sure what the song was, I have been watching quite a few Duran Duran music videos on ROXI recently.
 They certainly had a unique style in the 1980's. They have made some interesting music videos, 'Hungry like the Wolf', and 'Wildboys' spring to mind. Of course they have the accolade of doing a James Bond song, 'A View to a Kill'.
 During the 1990's, they released 'Ordinary World', which is Fantastic.
 Did not watch them perform at the Commonwealth Games, Birmingham. Will have to look it up.
This is one of my favourite Duran Duran songs, not sure how it ranked alongside the likes of 'Rio', 'Hungry like the Wolf' and 'Wildboys'.

     https://youtu.be/n6p5Q6_JBes

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#26

I have eclectic tastes, and love anything from Phil Collins through to Genesis.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#27

I prefer Mike and the Mechanics.

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#28

Are we still talking about music here?
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#29

A Group I liked during the 1990's was 'Little Angels'. Was in 6th Form at the time, me and a couple of mates went to see them. 
 They originated from Scarborough. Wonder if they follow Scarborough Athletic FC? Do a Gig at the Flamingo land Stadium. Had one of there Albums, 'Jam'.
 This is one of my favourite songs of there's.

     https://youtu.be/HIa66snvpGs

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