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xtsho

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I always liked that song and had a Bananarama cassette in the case. I never listened to Bananarama with dudes in the car but if anyone asked while picking out a tape I'd just say "Have to have something for the girls". When I was alone driving by myself I'd crank it.



I thought this was interesting. From my observation it appears to be true.

"After an exhausting morning shooting in the city in brutal August heat, the band returned to the tavern for lunch. They made the acquaintance of some local dockworkers, who, upon learning of their situation, shared vials of cocaine with them. "That was our lunch," said Fahey, who had never tried the drug before. "When you watch that video, we look really tired and miserable in the scenes we shot before lunch, and then the after-lunch shots are all euphoric and manic."

At about the 1:15 mark they seem to have awoken.

 

Amos Otis

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I always liked that song and had a Bananarama cassette in the case. I never listened to Bananarama with dudes in the car but if anyone asked while picking out a tape I'd just say "Have to have something for the girls". When I was alone driving by myself I'd crank it.
I can't explain why, but for some reason that song was playing in my head today. I was never a fan of the group or the song, but never minded them. Pulled up the tune on YT and thought the live version was worth a post.

I don't think I was ever concerned about my machismo as to hide my Bangles cassettes :), and I wore out Dee-lite's World Clique tape. Having Gary Stewart and Freddy Fender among my Faith No More and BOC collections, AWB and PJ Harvey and Bromberg.....I've always been mostly guitar rock, but am pleased to not be confined to it. I find good stuff in the old stuff these days from the most unlikely places.

I dare you to not increase the volume ....but hey man....it's the Bee Gees ! How embarrassing. :)

 
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