This ain't no party, this ain't no disco
For some bizarre reason this reminds me of Nesscliff and the CCF.
I have no idea if this song was actually played any of the three occasions when I was there, or whether the title conjures up images of decorated military men. 350 more words
2 hours, 25 minutes
This is an odd song from 1986.
It reminds me of working at Wyevale Garden Centre. Mam had been working there for a while in the propagation unit, taking the cuttings and planting them. 267 more words
2 hours, 35 minutes
What a song this is.
There are times when I find this song so awful, and this was especially so in 1986. It’s not to say that I was not in a relationship, but it hadn’t been long term to say the least. 192 more words
2 hours, 45 minutes
The 1980s were a worrying time to grow up as a teenager.
Teenage years are usually filled – or at least occasionally marked – with sexual experimentation. 291 more words
2 days, 1 hour
This upbeat song is one of those songs that never fails to lift my spirits.
The song, written and performed by a band from Hull, may be upbeat in its tempo but its meaning is most definitely not one of celebration. 173 more words
2 days, 2 hours
I absolutely loathe this song. I’m not keen on the singer either.
Let’s get one thing straight first. I have nothing against those of the ginger persuasion. 168 more words
This cover version was a school disco favourite after its release in 1986.
I have no idea why this brings up images of Jeremy Thomas, but it does. 148 more words