Why I Do This

I was lucky enough to be a teenager through the eighties and I was mad on music, big hair, bad make-up and all that went with being a teenager of the times. All these years later I still have the big hair but now it is "touched" with grey and the bad make-up is gone but the tunes still play loudly in my head and even louder if they grace my radio, tv or mp3player. I will gladly admit to being a"mainstream" fan for the most part but I do have the odd liking for some of the less "played to death" bands of the time. What started all this was a drawer full of slowly decaying cassettes and a fear of losing the music that is on them. So I began to recreate them onto CD and I am loving it and finding some fantastic albums along the way.

I would like to re-dedicate this site to my late husband, he lost his long battle with cancer in 2011, he was a huge 80's fan, possibly even more so than myself. So for you my love.

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Updated 15th May 2020

Hi All, I am slowly revamping the blog. You won't find any download links on this site but I am only too happy to of supplied the tracklistings to assist you in remembering those long lost gems .Thanks Meggsy

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

A Little Treat

One of my favourite Icehouse albums, featuring of course the fabulous track Miss Divine.
Icehouse Code Blue 1990. My favourite track though has to be track 11 Jericho Bay.

1 Mercy on the Boy
2 Harbour Town
3 The Great Divide
4 Wind and Sail
5 Miss Divine
6 Big Fun
7 Knockin' Em Down
8 Miracle Mile
9 Where the River Meets The Sea
10 Anything Is Possible
11 Jericho Bay
12 Charlie's Sky


bob nebe said...

Nice post meggsy, a 1990 release you branching out.
At the other end of the 80's I have posted James Freuds 1st solo Album
"Breaking Silence" it a vinyl rip and hard to get and very early 80's.
ciao bob

Miss Parker said...

Thanks so much for this fine treat. :-) Hope this finds you doing well.

Miss P

Unknown said...

link is dead. not a bad follow up to man of colors, but definately the last one worth buying. I think the follow-up on this featured on single - Satellite, which was passable. I found the album in a bargain bin in 96, and only ever played it once. It was atrocious.