37-year-old Loretta Castorini, an Italian-American widow, works as a bookkeeper and lives in Brooklyn Heights, New York, with her family: father Cosmo...wait, that's the synopsis for "Moonstruck" Hold on...copying from wrong bit...
We are now halfway through the mid-80s TFF meisterwork that is Songs From The Big Chair and conclude with side two and all the goodies therein contained (actually that reads terribly, should I go back to the plot of "Moonstruck"? Was Cher ever better?*)
Head Over Heels
Mother's Talk (US re-recording)
Everybody Wants To RUN The World
Free My Soul
Thanks again to Jon at The Hustle podcast for interview snippets so instead of promoting my twitter or email here is his link;
In some cultures Lammykins is a term of abuse x
* Yes, in "Silkwood".
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