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20 Jun 2022 18:17:25
I remember the 70s, the good old days. I've told ya all at the time i dedicated most of my time to bowie, seeing him when i could etc. Along with loads of other gigs from the likes of roxy music etc. My 1st wife lived in Chiswick at the time. She worked on formula 1 racing, meeting all the greats of that time. Only admin but was proud of her. (I've never been into it though) i remember taken the rides on the tubes on london, a geordie full of pride wearing the mascara shopping for gear that would be light years ahead of the north east. reminds me of the wanderers film actually, trying ta get home without a fight. Obviously not all goes well but most of it was just brilliant. Believing in myself and what i wanted outta life at that time. I know a lot from that era had there own ideas. But such was mine. Anyway in-between i'd go to toon games. Just ta gel in as ya do malcolm Macdonald, gowling, jimmy smith, etc etc. One night midweek derby, me and my mates left early. Sunderland fkn blokes were chasing me around Newcastle. We split up. I remember running into a papershop that was open late and behind the counter . I was 14 yr old for fcks sake. Never forget it or them makem t#ats. But as i grow older. I realise not everyone is like that. Its a very small minority reds. And for that reason. As i age and grow wiser. i'm not saying i agree with derby but i hope they survive. There's a lot of young kids etc that should never be deprived of there home team. don't act hard and bitter. Just saying.

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20 Jun 2022 19:09:08
No problem with the sheep surviving Bowie, I just want them to suffer and squirm and become more of an embarrassment than they already are.

20 Jun 2022 19:37:41
I liked the 70's . but absolutely loved the 80's. the charts had every type of music, Tears For Fears, ABC, Roxy Music, . I even had a "Wedge" hairstyle!
Pleated trousers, double breasted shirts,
Winkle Pickers,
I even had a silver Box Jacket!
Bought he first "Now that's What I Call Music" in 1984
Had a CB Radio called myself "Stool Pidgeon"
After the Kid Creole hit lol!
Had a Ziggy 4 aerial, and a "Tweetie" Mic, some brilliant copies from all over Europe.
My god I thought I was it lol!
All topped off with 2 Bottles of Merry Down Cider!

20 Jun 2022 20:06:27
Took my oldest to see tears for fears at the city hall Newcastle one of the best and i swear my best gigs ever my friend.

20 Jun 2022 20:14:39
I seen ABC when they toured with boy george etc doing an 80s tour. Swear music is as good as football for a release doing gigs . Get out there try it you reds .

20 Jun 2022 20:19:49
Big country were probably the best ever gig rogie mate.

20 Jun 2022 20:26:12
Not surprised in the slightest mate.
Very underrated band.

20 Jun 2022 20:40:05
Rogie, we had that on double cassette, songs I remember are Karma chameleon,
Total eclipse of the heart
Moonlight shadow
Baby Jane
Keep feeling fascination
Like you say probably something for every taste .

20 Jun 2022 21:08:55
100% lads, The Cult, Hue And Cry, would love to see ABC. saw Nick Kershaw, Marc Almond, Thompson Twins, along with Tony Hadley, what a day!
Bowie did you know we share our birthday with Ian McCullough from Echo And The Bunny Men mate?

20 Jun 2022 22:12:43
U2 Red hot chillie peppers ultravox Roxette the clash REM blondie Duran Duran simple minds simply red where my bands of the eighties.

21 Jun 2022 06:43:30
First two still turn out some brilliant music imo .

21 Jun 2022 06:50:54
Madness ??‍♂️.

21 Jun 2022 18:32:41
Sorry rogie for replying so late mate. Nah didn't know. Yet another brilliant group.







 

 

 
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