Tuesday, 16 June 2015

You got some nerve, and baby that'll never do



Timeslip moment again...

Turfing up in this week fifteen years ago, our wormhole has placed us in a musical landscape dominated by the likes of S Club 7 and Britney Spears, with the bastard children of of BritPop (Travis, Muse) on the ascendant, and godawful Hip Hop (Dr Dre and Eminem) assaulting our ears. There was, however, a lot of decent dance stuff still around, not least chart-topper Sonique, Mousse T, Fragma... and this!

An undisputed favourite here at Dolores Delargo Towers, here's the wonderful Madison Avenue and Don't Call Me Baby!



Enjoy...

8 comments:

  1. To everybody's surprise Robbie Williams got top votes from both old and young visitors of this weekend's Dutch Pinkpop open-air. (he was there last in 1999)
    I also Checked out the lineup of Glastonbury 2015:
    apart from Years and Years, that I (like Graham Norton) fell like a block for, because of the sweet voiced gay singer, most of the line-up is over 50 years old. Starting with veterans Moody Blues, Suede, Nick Lowe, Paul Garrack, Andy Fairweather Low(Amen Corner), Texas, Tom Robinson and Burt Bacharac (on Pyramid stage) and on sundayThe Who, Paul Weller, Lulu, Lionel Ritchie, The Zombies, Patty Smith, Donovan, and with Mark Ronson, (other stage fr 21u GMT) as the only worthwhile 21st cntury act, but he also is taking us back to James Brown and Otis Redding,
    So with reason I again say Yessss: and then (on my weblog) added this vintage Harry Bush drawing, called 'let's hear it for the old goats' . find it on www . queerlog.nl/log/2013/03/HBoldgoats.jpg

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    1. The old 'uns are the good 'uns... Jx

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  2. I am loving that. Haven't heard it for ages.
    Thanks Baby !

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  3. I loved this song at the time - of course Madison Avenue however turned out to be on hit wonders...

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    1. Almost - their "Who the Hell Are You?" made the Top 10 in the UK, but then... nothing.Jx

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  4. I had completely forgotten "Who The Hell Are You" - it felt like a "their last single was huge, this one will make some impact by default and then bye bye" thingy...

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    1. Agreed - like so many, many acts... Jx

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