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Kernowfem

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I hve been downloading all my CD's onto my i-phone. I came across loads of classics that i had completely forgot about such as Bruce Hornsbys the way it is, Fleetwood Macs go your own way, Danny wilsons mary's prayer and too many others to mention....

So i ask you, what are your forgotten classics, the ones that make you go ahhhh i loved this song when you hear them again....Over to you....
 
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I hve been downloading all my CD's onto my i-phone. I came across loads of classics that i had completely forgot about such as Bruce Hornsbys the way it is, Fleetwood Macs go your own way, Danny wilsons mary's prayer and too many others to mention....

So i ask you, what are your forgotten classics, the ones that make you go ahhhh i loved this song when you hear them again....Over to you....

How can you forget about Fleetwood Mac's Go Your Own Way ! an absolute classic.

Personally, I recently rediscovered the album "Jollification" by The Lightning Seeds. Some absolutely supurb well crafted pop songs on there.
 

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How can you forget about Fleetwood Mac's Go Your Own Way ! an absolute classic.

Personally, I recently rediscovered the album "Jollification" by The Lightning Seeds. Some absolutely supurb well crafted pop songs on there.

My apologies Rob. I have a very short memory. Another one of theirs i had forgot about but love..."Sarah"
 

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Danny wilsons mary's prayer....

Awesome stuff I remember so well.

ANorthernGuard said:
Beats international. Dub be Good to me.

Well yes, but only the long version. Lindy Layton never looked prettier....oooh yeah.:D:D:D:D:D. Sorry-too many smilies I know.

For me - Journey and 'Don't stop believing'. Not the rubbish Glee version - the real Steve Perry version.
 

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Prefer the original 1984 version by the SOS Band although it was "Just be Good to Me" then!
Never liked the original. Must be a generational thing lol



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Awesome stuff I remember so well.



Well yes, but only the long version. Lindy Layton never looked prettier....oooh yeah.:D:D:D:D:D. Sorry-too many smilies I know.

For me - Journey and 'Don't stop believing'. Not the rubbish Glee version - the real Steve Perry version.

Agreed on both lol, did u see a young fat boy slim in the video

 

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Oh yeah, let's hear it for Robert Lloyd, with or without the New Four Seasons - "Nothing Matters" (in either version) was a fantastic song.

Thanks to the wonders of Amazon Marketplace, I've just managed to track a great lost (and I fear largely unknown, so not forgotten...) CD of an album I had from 1990, cool British soul music of a sort - the epynonomous (and possibly only) album by Distant Cousins. Pleased to find it's every bit as good as I remember it being - especially "Just Between You And Me" and the single (released several times I think...) "You Used To"
 
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