31 Days of Music – Day 13

Back in the late 80's I got to see The Real Thing as they were doing a gig in Liverpool. Needless to say it was a great concert. The video I am sharing was recorded at the Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool. A hall I have spent so many evening there watching the RLPO (Royal Liverpool... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 12

The Lightning Seeds seemed like a good pick this week due to all the thunderstorms we are enduring and are to endure for a good few more days. I was never all that fond of The Lightning Seeds, but then again, I am not all that much of a fan of pop music, however, this... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 8

Today's offering is from the biggest selling single from a British female singer, Cilla Black. Cilla had 2 number 1 hits in the UK, first with this song, "Anyone Who Had A Heart", and her next single "You're My World" During her life, she never lost her Liverpool accent. She died at her home inĀ Estepona... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 7

This song is one of M's favourites, so today I dedicate Liverpool music to him. Echo and the Bunnymen began in 1978 when M was only 5 years old. Ian McCulloch is originally from Norris Green part of Liverpool and was the lead vocalist in 1977 for a group called Crucial Three, with fellow scouser... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 6

Let's have a bit of dance music on todays Liverpool music pick. Melanie C, otherwise known as Sporty Spice of the Spice Girls is Liverpool born and bred. I was never a fan of the Spice Girls, but I did Like Mel. Many years ago M and I were with my sister and her hubby... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 3

A little late with my post today, but still day three. My pick of the day is Black with "Wonderful Life". This was a big hit back in in 1987, although it was released in 1986 then again in 1987. Back when I was 21 I worked just across the hall from the studio where... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Music – Day 2

Today's offering is Frankie Goes to Hollywood. When Relax came out back in 1984 my ears pricked up and I was instantly hooked on their sound. I had birthday money and pocket money saved up in my room and when their first album came out I went to Woolworths and bought it, it is a... Continue Reading →

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