Archive for the ‘1985’ Category

  1. Loverboy Billy Ocean 4:12
  2. Shout Tears for Fears 4:08
  3. The Heat Is OnGlenn Frey 3:48
  4. Broken Wings Mr. Mister 4:48
  5. Miami Vice Theme Jan Hammer 2:29
  6. Oh Sheila Ready for the World 3:41
  7. We Built This City Starship 4:58
  8. The Power of Love Huey Lewis & the News 3:56
  9. Can’t Fight This Feeling REO Speedwagon 4:57
  10. St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion) John Parr 4:10
  11. Addicted to Love Robert Palmer 4:04
  12. Danger Zone Kenny Loggins 3:36
  13. Take Me Home Tonight/Be My Baby Eddie Money 3:36
  14. Stuck With You Huey Lewis & the News 4:28
  15. Sara Starship 4:25
  16. Venus Bananarama 3:51
  17. When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going Billy Ocean 4:11
  18. Burning Heart Survivor 3:53
  19. Kyrie Mr. Mister 4:17
  20. Walk Like an Egyptian Bangles 3:24
  21. With or Without You U2 5:
  22. You Keep Me Hangin’ On Kim Wilde 4:18
  23. C’Est la Vie Robbie Nevil 3:27
  24. I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) Aretha Franklin / George Michael 4:02
  25. At This Moment Billy Vera & the Beaters 4:15
  26. I Heard a Rumour Bananarama 3:21
  27. Heaven Is a Place on Earth Belinda Carlisle 4:14
  28. Don’t Dream It’s Over Crowded House 4:00
  29. Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now Starship 4:30
  30. The Lady in Red Chris de Burgh 4:17
  31. Wishing Well Terence Trent D’Arby 3:35
  32. Shattered Dreams Johnny Hates Jazz 3:31
  33. Seasons Change Exposé 4:18
  34. Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car Billy Ocean 4:46
  35. Anything for You Gloria Estefan / Miami Sound Machine 4:05
  36. Hold on to the Nights Richard Marx 4:37
  37. Wild, Wild West The Escape Club 4:08
  38. The Flame Cheap Trick 4:47
  39. Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley (Free Baby) Will to Power 4:11
  40. Don’t Worry, Be Happy Bobby McFerrin 3:54
  41. When I See You Smile Bad English 4:21
  42. Eternal Flame Bangles 3:57
  43. Sowing the Seeds of Love Tears for Fears 5:45
  44. Toy Soldiers Martika 4:40
  45. Heaven Warrant 4:07
  46. Don’t Wanna Lose You Gloria Estefan 4:07
  47. Soldier of Love Donny Osmond 3:52
  48. Hangin’ Tough New Kids on the Block 3:55
  49. Right Here Waiting Richard Marx 4:27
  50. Lost in Your Eyes Debbie Gibson 3:33

These are the last songs from the last decade that I’ll listen to, and yet, only three of these performers (Aretha Franklin, Donny Osmond & Bobby McFerrin), that has been performing for years and still going strong. The rest just disappeared (yes even Jefferson), didn’t even survive after one album.

Their were just hiped but no substance, it’s no wonder why Rab Music took over. Why can’t the music of 1985-2016 haven’t learned anything from the 1960’s.

In the 1960’s the songs had sex and swear words, but hidden in the lyrics, with double meanings and your imagination, but now it’s all over the songs. Theirs two different albums, one explicit and the other clean and if you’re a fan, you should get both.

Theirs four different versions of The Beatles Love Me Do with three different drummers, Michelle has two different versions (Germany version is two seconds longer), and don’t get me started with I’m A Walrus. I can start the same with The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Doors and The Monkees just to name a few, but now it’s with and without swearing. I can play any song from the 1960’s to children and I can sing along to it and no child will start swearing or name calling (like the “N” word), without being beaten up, if they aren’t people who are black.

I’m not texting that we should only do 1960’s songs, but it’s a shame that we can’t have today performers clean their songs for their children to sing along.

It’s one thing that you could imagine what is what a woman looks like without clothes, but it’s another to actually see her naked. Your imagination is never what it really is, so you stop wondering and accept what you see.

In the song, Yummy Yummy Yummy, it talks about oral sex, Love Child is about not being married and having children, in Season In The Sun talks about suicide and the song I Think I Love You is about  stalking, however today’s songs are about cheating on each other, what do you think is better ???

I can sing any song pre Rap Music and not having to worry about being beaten up by men that are black, but I can’t sing songs of Rap Music in a wrong neighborhood, because that’s a death wish and I’m not suicidal, so I can’t sing what I hear on the radio.

You keep today’s music and I’ll stay with great songs and talented performers, for the 1960’s will out live the 1990’s-2010’s and beyond !!!


The last year, of every decade, shows us what’s coming.

  1. 1959 Teenage Idols
  2. 1969 Heavy Metal
  3. 1979 Punk Rock
  4. 1989 Crap Music, I mean Rap Music (no, I really mean Crap)

It’s a shame that Rock’N’Roll didn’t survive, but maybe someone will bring it alive this year, but I highly doubt it !!!


Only The Traveling Wilbury lighten this year for me !!!


The year Rock’N’Roll died.

1955-1987 !!!


With the success of We Are The World LP, I thought they’d be another album, but since their wasn’t, it was a letdown for me. I guess the singers felt like they did something and Africa wasn’t in the news, so why should they waist their time. To me, it shows how phony USA For Africa really was.

In the 1960’s, it would have continued into the the 1970’s and would have been something like Woodstock would have been. John & Yoko would have protested about it to The White House and President Richard Milhouse Nixon would do something about it. The 1960’s is another world, then the 1980’s and I’m proud to be born in the 1960’s, because I would be a shame to be born in 1980’s !!!


At Last, I’m finally done my second 20 years.

You probably are wondering why I did the 1970’s and 1980’s, since this website is about 1960’s, well it’s like this, 1960’s effected the 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s 2000’s, 2010’s and so on (1990-2016, I won’t do), that it was important to text you about it.

Like 1940-1959, effected the preformers and writers to create great music, the 1960-1969, effected 1970-2016 and it’s still having an effect today, that I should text you about it as well.

1970’s is when I listen to music and really got into it. For the record, I was into the 1950’s Rock’N’Roll, before American Graffiti, American Hot Wax and Happy Days and I was first in the 1980’s to get into the 1960’s. When I texted that, I mean in my neighborhood and in school (for which I was bullyed for), I set a tread that my uneducated classmates knew nothing about.

1970-1989, had the full inspired by the 1960’s and the 1990-2016 just waisted it by allowing Rap Music to continue, which killed what was left of great music, so that theirs nothing to text about.

Tomorrow I’ll go back to the 1960’s and I’ll stay there for the rest of the time I own this website, which will be forever !!!


Nothing new and nothing to text about, except for the USA Fo Africa, which brought Americans and around the world, to know what has been going on in Africa !!!

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