We reach the end of the 80s Padgham Parade where we began with more success with Phil, Sting & Genesis. Plus more besides including an ex-Beach Boy (THE Beach Boy), Hojo’s last big hit and an underrated gem of an LP.
In PART 4;
1986 (part 2);
Invisible Touch – Genesis (1:50)
No One Is To Blame – Howard Jones (20:35)
…Nothing Like The Sun – Sting (24:00)
Remembrance Days – The Dream Academy (32:25)
Julia Fordham- Julia Fordham (46:01)
Brian Wilson – Brian Wilson (51.44)
Woman In Chains – Tears For Fears (64:36)
…But Seriously – Phil Collins (66:36)
Thanks to Hugh and Joe. And thanks to all that listen and share a love for 80s music. When joy is in short supply it is our duty to share our own. Yeah x
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