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March 28, 2021 87 min


We are back for the 2nd part of the “My 80sography” interview with Hugh Padgham.

Much to cover here in a phenomenally busy & successful stage of Hugh’s career.

Discover the unique contribution he made to Maneater, the film David Bowie turned him on to and the one thing Sting is not good at (surprisingly, it’s not acting…) And much, much more.

Also two quickfire rounds discussing Hugh’s favourites of the 80s and random questions on his career.

IN PART 2;


1982:

Something’s Going On – Frida (03:11)

The Dreaming – Kate Bush (07:47)

H20 – Hall & Oates (11:47)

English Settlement – XTC (20:43)

Hello, I Must Be Going – Phil Collins (26:53)


PADGHAM’S PICKS (33:11)

1983:  

Conflicting Emotions – Split Enz (43:14)

Synchronicity – The Police (50:22)

 

MY 80SOGRAPHY QUICKFIRE ROUND (74:53)

 

Songs Covered; 

Maneater – Hall & Oates

Senses Working Overtime – XTC

I Don’t Care Anymore – Phil Collins

You Can’t Hurry Love – Phil Colliins

Every Breath You Take – The Police

Mother – The Police

Murder By Numbers – The Police

 

Please rate & review kindly on iTunes and any other relevant platforms and help 
 get word out to 80s-loving hepcats (sorry don’t know why I wrote that). Thanks.  x

 Hall & Oates on MTV;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqn4LgDwm1I

Contact on Twitter @80sography or email 80sography@gmail.com

 

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