'Islands in the Stream' 'Up Where we Belong' 'I've Had the Time of My Life'
My personal fave...
Posted by kevdugp73 (Member # 5978) on :
I love "Baby Come To Me". Back in the day, I was a big General Hospital fan (please don't tell anyone...my mother made me watch it). This song was featured prominantly when Holly and Robert were apart (don't remember the details....thinking one or the other thought the other was dead). Anyhoo...any time they almost crossed paths...this song played...ahhh the memories. They did the exact same thing with Luke and Laura using "Think Of Laura" by Christopher Cross!
Posted by aTomiK (Member # 6575) on :
Good tunes guys!
Here´s a nice Kenny Loggins / Steve Perry song from the 1982 "High Adventure" album.
[ 12. March 2011, 02:09: Message edited by: Lovers with Cassie ]
Posted by Bernie_Lomax (Member # 8571) on :
Yes, I love INXS and Jimmy Barnes. Chisel is from my home town so maybe my opinion is slightly biased. Nah, they deserve all the praise they get. A very tight band filled with very talented musicians.
INXS was so great back in the day. Expecially the album 'The Swing', but I only listen to their original stuff with Hutchence. None of this J.D. Fortune garabge, who I refer to as D.J.Bankrupt. I still remember were I was when I heard about Hutchences demise. It was so sad, but they played INXS all night which was good, but obviously didn't compensate for our loss. Not even close.
Cold Chisel is one of the coolest bands ever. Formed in Elizabeth, (one of the shadiest areas in Adeliade) and probably the only good thing to ever come out of there too. They truely are such great band and Barnesy's voice back in the early 80's is probably the best rock voice I have ever heard. I saw an early 80's concert of Chisel's back on TV a few years ago, and Barnesy's voice literally sent shivers up my spine - yes literally.
I remember listening to Chisel's East album over and over and over as a kid.
Good Times is a great song, especially at a house party. The Lost Boys is great too, and glad that some Aussie boys made it onto the soundtrack.
Posted by Bamersy (Member # 8808) on :
80's Rocked-I couldn't agree more! I had this as a cassette single back in the day.
Posted by The Good Package (Member # 9492) on :
i thought bruce springsteen and stevie wonder did good on the we are the world song, all though at most it was a minute long sounded good though