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TDMTLTUT #83 - RL Burnside - Let My Baby Ride

TDMTLTUT #83 - RL Burnside - Let My Baby Ride

R.L. Burnside was a blues musician from Mississippi who gained some fame in the early nineties touring with Jon Spencer of Blues Explosion fame and unfortunately has nothing to do with the character of the same name from The Bill (remember DCI Burnside?). "Let My Baby Ride" is taken from the 1998 album " Come On In "

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TDMTLTUT #82 - David Bowie - Modern Love

TDMTLTUT #82 - David Bowie - Modern Love

In this installment of " They Don't Make Them Like They Used To " I present David Bowie's "Modern Love" which is the main song to use if you want to soundtrack yourself running and dancing down the street (yeah I know he did Dancing in the Street before you start...) and given the weather at the moment, you just might.

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TDMTLTUT #80 - Lesley Duncan - See That Guy

TDMTLTUT #80 - Lesley Duncan - See That Guy

Lesley Duncan was an English singer/songwriter from the sixties and seventies best known for her song "Love Song" which has been covered by Elton John and Daivd Bowie amongst others, and her album "Sing Children Sing". The song above is taken from the compilation album "The Girls Are At It Again: UK Beat Girls 1964-1969"

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TDMTLTUT #79 - Mike Flowers Pops - Wonderwall

TDMTLTUT #79 - Mike Flowers Pops - Wonderwall

Remember when the charts were fun, I always think you need acts like this and you just don't really see anything like this anymore, which is a shame. It's all Taylor Swift this, Ed Sheeran that, more's the pity...   as a bonus here they are doing a Prince medley.. Video deleted

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TDMTLTUT #74 - Johnny Hates Jazz - Shattered Dreams

TDMTLTUT #74 - Johnny Hates Jazz - Shattered Dreams

I've included both videos here for this slice of classic 80's pop. The first one is the UK version and the one I remember the most watching it on heavy rotation on early Saturday morning chart shows. The US version, shot all in black and white, is noteworthy because it was directed by none other than David Fincher, who went on to better and bigger things, depending on your point of view of course. Shattered Dreams reached #5 in the UK and #2 on the US Billboard charts.

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