Wanted to collect some late 70's music nostalgia ... Bought all the Blondie, ABBA, Roxy Music vinyl and rarities back then but missed out on The Dooleys, Brotherhood of Man etc.. They're not
really my cup of tea but I enjoy listening
to their tunes like Wanted, The Chosen Few and Honey I'm Lost which I have seen recently performed on Top of the Pops 1979 alongside acts like Lena Lovich performing Lucky Number ...
Been watching some clips of them on
U-Tube as well ... What a year in pop 1979 was ....Disco was fading, Punk and
New Wave were progressing and then came the birth of Gary Numan with all his
synth pop allies ... Electro pop and New
Romanticism were to become the benchmark of early 80's Britain and this
is the era I'm most find of with acts like
Human League, Soft Cell, Depeche Mode
and Ultravox coming onto our TV
screens ! ... Dooleys only get a two star rating here as they clearly do not match
the music of my synthpop icons which I
admire with great passion !