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The reason the links are dead is that my account with Media Fire has been closed with all 11,000 files lost. That is why you can not download the things and No I can not re-upload them.

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Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Dionne Warwick - Heartbreaker

'Heartbreaker' is a 1982 single released by American pop and soul singer Dionne Warwick. The song was written by The Bee Gees' Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb; their distinctive backing vocals being heard on the chorus. The unique brothers' sound can also be recognized in the syncopated rhythm of drums programming, the bright strings unisons and the powerful synthesizer brass sections.

The song peaked at number 2 in the UK Singles Chart, number 10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart and was a number 1 Adult Contemporary hit chart. The tune was also a smash hit around the world.

Warwick admitted in The Billboard Book of Number One Adult Contemporary Hits by Wesley Hyatt that she was not fond of 'Heartbreaker' (regarding the song's international popularity, she quipped, "I cried all the way to the bank"), but recorded it because she trusted the Bee Gees' judgment that it would be a hit: it turned out to be Warwick's most successful solo hit of the 1980s.

The Bee Gees recorded a version, with Barry Gibb on lead vocals on the album Their Greatest Hits: The Record as well as their Love Songs Album.

Love this track back in the 80's and still ove it today. Dion performed it last year in concert near me and it was just great to hear the song live. Magical.

Click the link to download the following:
Single Version
I Can't See Anything (But You) - B-Side

Link removed due to DMCA notice

Dionne Warwick - Heartbreaker - Live Pebble Mill Performace 1982

Ottawan - Ottawan 2 - Album

Following on from their 3rd single 'Hands Up' the group Ottawan released their 2nd album called 'Ottawan 2' in 1981.

01 - Hands Up
02 - Top Secret
03 - Siesta For Two
04 - Sing Along With The Junke-Box
05 - Crazy Music
06 - A.I.E. Is My Song
07 - Doudou La Rumba

08 - Shubidube Love

Click the link below to download the album


Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Thereza Bazar - Too Much In Love

Tereza Bazar's follow-up single was called 'Too Much In Love' and was also released on 12" single featuring an extended Smooch Mix.

The single was the last track to be released from Bazar's solo album called 'The Big Kiss'.

Unfortunatly the single did not do very well in the UK which must be attributed to the lack of promotion from the record company.

I don't have the B-side to this or any mixes. If anyone ha these to share then let me know. Also I don't have the Album either and would love to hear this. Thank you in advance.

Click the link below to download the following:
Live Video
Single Version


Thereza Bazar - Too Much In Love - Live
Quality not good. If anyone has this in better quality then please let me know.

Ottawan - Hands Up (Give Me Your Heart)

‘Hands Up (Give Me Your Heart)’ was a feel good, dance floor hit across Europe and Britain during 1981. It was the kind of song that would have sparked mass audience involvement, prompting much hand waving and celebratory gesturing. Certainly, that was the effect it had in Britain as the song reached number 3 on the UK Singles Chart.

Click the link below to download the following;
12 inch Instrumental
English Version
French Version
Hot Tracks Remix


Monday, 28 September 2009

David Van Day - She Said She Said

In 1989, David released his 3rd solo single called 'She Said She Said' on Union records. Two 12" singles were released both featuring different extended versions of the a-side (Deadly Twist Mix and The Remix).

The same extended version of the b-side is featured on both releases. It was also released on CD single which includes the single and first extended version of the a-side (Deadly Twist Mix) plus a new track 'Gimme Your Love'. There was also a cassette single released.

I don't think a video was ever made of this. If anyone has it then let me know as I would love to see it. I also don't have the B-side or the mixes of this track. if anyone has them and is willing to share then please let me know.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version


Irene Cara - Fame

'Fame' is a pop song written by Michael Gore (music) and Dean Pitchford (lyrics) and was released in 1980 and achieved chart success as the theme song to the film 'Fame'.

The song was performed by Irene Cara, who played the role of Coco Hernandez in the original movie. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and the Golden Globe Award for the same.

The song was not released in the United Kingdom until 1982, so it would coincide with the UK premiere of the Fame television series. It made it to number 1 in July 1982 for three weeks in the UK Singles Chart.

Click the link below to download the following:
Video - Movie Version
TV Performance by Irene Cara

Album Version
Instrumental Version
Special UK 12 inch Remix


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Irene Cara - Fame - Film Version

Irene Cara - Fame - TV Performance

Sunday, 27 September 2009

Ottawan - D.I.S.C.O - Album

The gropu OTTAWAN were fronted by lead singer Jean Patrick (born 6 April 1954, Martinique, France) and Annette (born 1 November 1958), with Daniel Vangarde and Jean Kluger the main songwriters.

Following from the success of their debut single D.I.S.C.O the group released their debut album of the same name in 1980.

01 - Comme Aux USA
02 - D.I.S.C.O.
03 - Hello Rio
04 - Help, Get Me Some Help!
05 - T'es O.K.(T'es Bath, T'es In)
06 - Shalala song
07 - Tant Que Durera La Nuit
08 - D.I.S.C.O.(version Anglais)

Click the link below to download the album:


The Kids From Fame - High Fidelity

As the series 'the Kids From Fame; was becoming more popular in the UK, it was decided to release a single from the 1st series.

The first single was called 'Hi Fidelity'. Released in August 1982 it reached number 5 on the UK Singles Chart.

The song was written by Enid Levine and performed by Valerie Landsburg.

There was no video made for the single. The only video that was ever played is the performance from the episode 'The Sell Out', that has both Carlo Imperato (Danny) and Lee Curreri (Bruno) performing the song with Valerie Landsburg, even though they are not in the single release.

The single was backed on the B-side by 'I Still Believe In Me'.

Click the link below to download the following:
Video - from the episode The Sell Out
Episode Version - featuring Valerie Landsburg, Carlo Imperato, Lee Curreri
Album Version - featuring Valerie Landsburg
Karaoke Version
Debbie Allen Live Version from the UK 1982 - 1983 Tour
Valerie Landsburg 2001 Version


The Kids From Fame - High Fidelity - video

Saturday, 26 September 2009

Ottawan - D.I.S.C.O.

'D.I.S.C.O.' is a disco song by the French band Ottawan, written by Daniel Vangarde and Jean Kluger. It was originally recorded by Ottawan in French.

The song was first recorded in 1979 and reached number 2 in the UK singles chart the following year.

As well as being a karaoke favourite, it has since been released by other artists on two occasions - by N-Trance in 1997 (reaching number 11) and by Chico Slimani in 2006 (reaching number 24). It has also been recorded by comedian Ted Chippington, whose version of the song was first played by John Peel.

The song's name comes from the lyrics in its chorus, in which a woman is claimed to be 'DISCO', with each letter of the word standing for a certain quality ("She is disco // She is D delirious // She is I incredible // She is S superficial // She is C complicated // She is O oh, oh, oh").

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English Version

French Version


Ottawan - D.I.S.C.O. - Video

The Kids From Fame - Album

The name 'The Kids From Fame' was the group name for several of the actors from the series as a way of releasing a series of singles and albums.

As the TV series 'The Kids From Fame' was becoming very popular in the UK, and following the success of the single 'High Fidelity' an album titled 'The Kids From Fame' was released, on licence from RCA Records, on the BBC record label in July 1982.

The album went to number one in the UK Album charts for 12 weeks and stayed in the charts for a total of 46 weeks.

Thank you to Mark for the original upload.

01 - Starmaker
02 - I Can Do anything Better Than You Can

03 - I Still Believe In Me
04 - Life Is A Celebration
05 - Step Up To The Mike

06 - Hi Fidelity
07 - We Got The Power
08 - It's Gonna Be A Long Night
09 - Desdemona

Click the link below to download the album


Friday, 25 September 2009

Dream Acadamy - Dream Acadamy - Album

'The Dream Academy' is The Dream Academy's eponymous debut album, released in 1985. It was mainly produced by Pink Floyd's David Gilmour and Nick Laird-Clowes.

The most notable track from the album is 'Life in a Northern Town', which was written as a tribute to Nick Drake. It also proved to be their only major chart success, reaching number 15 in the UK Singles Chart and number 7 in the US.

The follow-up single, also from the album, 'The Love Parade' was not received as well as their debut single, reaching number 68 on thr UK Singles Chart and number 36 on the US Billboard Charts, but still received solid radio airplay.

Also of note is the song, 'The Edge of Forever', which plays in a prominent scene during the John Hughes film, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, resulting in many fans of 1980s films becoming more familiar with The Dream Academy's music.

01 - Life in a Northern Town
02 - The Edge of Forever
03 - (Johnny) New Light
04 - In Places on the Run
05 - This World
06 - Bound to Be
07 - Moving On
08 - The Love Parade
09 - The Party
10 - One Dream

Click the link below to download the album:


The Kids From Fame - Starmaker

Well I am going to do something new to the blog and that is let someone else write this post instead of me.

In celebration of the new 'Fame' movie (coming out today), I have decided to let my partner Mark write this post as he is a big fan of the 'Kids from Fame' series.

So over to Mark for this posting ....

'Starmaker' is written by Bruce Roberts & Carole Bayer Sager and performed by the Kids From Fame who are Debbie Allen, Lee Curreri, Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Valerie Landsburg, PR Paul, Gene Anthony Ray and Lori Singer.

It was released in September 1982 on RCA records and reached number 3 on the U.K. singles chart making it the biggest hit to come from the Kids from Fame, spending 10 weeks on the chart. The B Side in the U.K. was "Step Up To The Mike".

The song was featured twice during the first season of the fame TV series in 2 seperate episodes "The Strike" and "A Special Palce". It was then re-recorded by the cast for the Kids from Fame Album and "Starmaker" single version. The new version features the whole cast but fades out and has no proper ending.

During "The Strike" a short version featuring the first verse and chorus but including a piano ending was used while clips of the students and teachers were shown.

During "A Special Place” the full version of the song was performed by the cast with the piano ending but did not feature Erica Gimpel who was not in that episode. The song was performed as a tribute to Michael Thoma who played drama Greg Crandal. Thoma had been disgnosed with cancer and this was his last eprformance on the show. This performance was used widely as the video to promote the single on TV even though it differed to the actual recorded version.

The song was parodied by a number of TV comedy shows, most notably by Little and Large who performed "Stargazer" to astomoner Patrick Moore.

At the end of 1982 & start of 1983 the cast toured the U.K. and a live version of "Starmaker" was recorded and released on the Kids From Fame Live album. This version featured Debbie Allen, Lee Curreri, Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Gene Anthony Ray, Lori Singer and the Waters backing group.

A second live version was recorded for an Israeli concert which was screened on TV as part of the 3rd season of Fame. This version was the same as the first live version but Valerie Landsburg replaced Lori Singer who had now left the show.

In 2003 at a BBC Fame reunion original cast members Debbie Allen, Lee Curreri, Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Valerie Landsburg and Gene Anthony Ray reuited and performed the song again.

Marks Fame related sites.

For those interested in all things Fame, Mark has a blog dedicated to Fame where you can watch and download episodes and listen and download music etc. He is also doing an episode of the month.

Click the link to go to it.


Also Mark has set up an episode guide which is taking shape to be a complete guide to the series 'Kids from Fame' and film 'Fame', click here:


Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version

D Dance School Cover Version
TV Series Version
Instrumental Version
Karaoke Version
Album Version
Live in the UK Version
Live in Isreal Version
Step Up To The Mike - B-side


The Kids From Fame - Starmaker - Video

Thursday, 24 September 2009

Dollar O L'Amour

1987 saw the 15th single release by Dollar which was called O L' Amour.The single spent a totoal amount of 11 weeks on the UK Singles Chart eventually making it to number 7.

The single was also released on two 12" singles featuring different extended versions (PWL mix and Eurobeat version). 'Who Were You With In The Moonlight' was also featured on both 12" b-sides.

If anyone has this in any other mixes as well as the B-sides then please let me know if you are willing to share. hank you.

Click the link below to download the following:
Extra Beat Boys 12 inch Remix


Dollar - O L'Amour - Video

Dream Acadamy - Life In A Northern Town

'Life in a Northern Town' is a song by The Dream Academy, a British folk rock group. The song is the first single from their 1985 self-titled debut, The Dream Academy.

The single reached nmber 15 on the UK Singles Chart and number 7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, it is also their highest-peaking chart single in the US.

The lyrics are references to Nick Drake, who died of an antidepressant overdose in 1974. The Dream Academy intended the song as a tribute to Drake.

There were two different versions of the music video. The first one was made in 1984 and was filmed in Hebden Bridge near Halifax in Yorkshire, UK. It was directed by Tim Pope. The second version was filmed in 1985 and was directed by Leslie Libman and Larry Williams. It was filmed in and around Newcastle upon Tyne with some scenes filmed in Manchester in the UK and in the USA. The video featured footage from one of their first TV appearances, on the British music show The Tube.

Click the link below to download the following:
7 inch Mix
Extended Version
Test Tape Number 3 - B-Side
Poised On The Edge Of Forever - B-Side


Dream Acadamy - Life In A Northern Town - Video

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Dollar - Mirror Mirror (Mon Amour)

In 1981 dollar released their 10th single which made it to number 4 on the UK Singles Chart.

The single spent a total amunt of 17 weeks in the charts and became a great favourite of the band fans.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Demo Version
Radio - B-Side


Dollar - Mirror Mirror - Video

Chaka khan - I Feel For You - Album

After having balanced her two simultaneous careers as a member of the band Rufus and a solo performer during the years 1978 to 1983, Khan recorded the album that was to make her a pop star with mainstream chart success; 1984's 'I Feel for You'.

The title track, 'I Feel For You' was a sample-heavy cover of a 1979 Prince track, saw Khan embracing high-tech funk, rap and hip hop and stands as one of her best known songs and her biggest commercial hit.

Further hit singles from the album which reached number 15 on the UK Album charts and number 16 on Billboard's Pop Chart, number 4 on R&B chart, were 'This Is My Night', 'Eye To Eye' and the ballad 'Through The Fire'.


01 - This Is My Night
02 - Stronger Than Before
03 - My Love Is Alive
04 - Eye to Eye
05 - La Flamme
06 - I Feel For You
07 - Hold Her
08 - Through The Fire
09 - Caught in the Act
10 - Chinatown

Click the link below to download the album:

Link removed due to DMCA notice

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Chaka Khan- I Feel For You

'I Feel for You' is a song written by Prince that originally appeared on his 1979 self-titled album. It became a hit single in 1984 for female R&B singer Chaka Khan, appearing on her album, which was also called 'I Feel For You'.

The repetition of Khan's name by rapper Melle Mel at the beginning of the song was originally a mistake made by producer Arif Mardin, who then decided to keep it.

Khan's version of the song featured an all-star supporting cast, with rapping from Melle Mel, keyboard and guitar by The System, and harmonica playing and sampled vocals by Stevie Wonder.

Kharn's version of the song became a million-selling smash in the UK and US, and it helped to relaunch Khan's career. The song reached number 1 on the UK Singles Chart. In Adition the song peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The single reached number 1 on both the U.S. dance and R&B charts in late 1984, remaining atop both for three weeks apiece. While touring with Prince in 1998 in support of her collaborative album, Come 2 My House, Khan and Prince performed "I Feel for You" as a duet.

Click the link below to download the following:
Extended Mix
Calverton Remix
DMC Club Mix

Life Is A Dance Mix
Disconet Mix
Whilte Label Mix

Link removed due to DMCA notice

Chaka Khan - I Feel For You - Video

Dirty Dancing - Soundtrack

'Dirty Dancing' is the original soundtrack of the 1987 film of the same name.

The album became a huge commercial success in the USA and UK. It spent 18 weeks at number 1 on the Billboard 200 album sales charts and went platinum eleven times.

It spawned a follow-up album entitled More Dirty Dancing. The album went on to sell 42 million copies worldwide and is one of the best-selling albums of all time.

01 - (I've Had) The Time of My Life - Bill Medley, Jennifer Warnes
02 - Be My Baby - The Ronettes
03 - She's Like the Wind - Patrick Swayze
04 - Hungry Eyes - Eric Carmen
05 - Stay - Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs
06 - Yes - Merry Clayton
07 - You Don't Own Me - The Blow Monkeys
08 - Hey! Baby - Bruce Channel
09 - Overload - Alfie Zappacosta
10 - Love Is Strange - Mickey & Sylvia
11 - Where Are You Tonight? - Tom Johnston
12 - In the Still of the Night - The Five Satins

Click the link below to download the album:


Monday, 21 September 2009

Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes - (I've Had) The Time of My Life

'(I've Had) The Time of My Life' is a song composed by Franke Previte, John DeNicola, and Donald Markowitz. It was recorded by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, after having been selected to be the finale song for the 1987 film Dirty Dancing by choreographer Kenny Ortega and his assistant Miranda Garrison (who also played Vivian in the film).

Due to the massive success of Dirty Dancing, the single topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart in November for one week. In the United Kingdom the song had two chart outings. Firstly, in November 1987 after the film's initial release the song peaked at number 6, and again when the film was shown on mainstream television the song reached as high as number 8 (January 1991).

Click the link below to download the following:
Album Version
Single Version
Extended Version
Full Length Film Version
In The Still Of The Night - Extra Track
Love Is Strange - Extra Track
Overload - Extra Track


Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes - (I've Had) The Time of My Life - Video

Patrick Swayze - She's Like The Wind

As Patrick Swayze died last week, I thought I would dedicate my first post back after my holiday. I loved the Dirty Dancing film and loved the song 'She's Like The Wind' that came from it. So here is...

'She's Like the Wind' is a 1987 hit pop/rock song performed by actor Patrick Swayze and featuring singer Wendy Fraser.

Swayze and Stacy Widelitz co-wrote the song in 1984, originally for the soundtrack of Grandview, U.S.A.. However, the song was not used in that film. During production of Dirty Dancing in 1986, Swayze played the demo for the producers and director. They loved it and passed it on to Jimmy Ienner, the soundtrack's executive producer. It was recorded for the soundtrack in November 1986, with Michael Lloyd producing.

The song, like the film in which it was featured, was a success around the world making number 17 in the UK Singles Chart and number 3 in the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

The music video in black and white features clips from the movie Dirty Dancing and overlaid images of Patrick Swayze and Wendy Fraser.

Click the link below to download the following:

Single Version
Album Version
Stay - by Maurice Williams and The Zodiacs - B-Side


Patrick Swayze - She's Like The Wind - Video

Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Madonna - Holiday

Well as from today I will be on holiday and wont be back on the blog untill the 21 st of this month. You can still put in requests on the forum and chat box as I will check them when I am back.

Well as the final post before I go on my holidays I decided to do something that was appropriate so here is .....

'Holiday' is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna from her self-titled debut album. It was released in 1983 by Sire Records.

Written by Curtis Hudgens and Lisa Stevens of Pure Energy, the track was offered to Madonna by her producer John "Jellybean" Benitez when she was looking for a potential hit track to include in her debut album.

After accepting the song, she and Jellybean worked on it and altered its composition by the addition of a piano solo developed by their friend, Fred Zarr.

Initially it was decided that 'Lucky Star' would be released as a single, instead 'Holiday' was released in the US when the latter became a dance hit. The original cover art for 'Holiday' did not carry Madonna's picture since Sire did not want people to find out that she was not a R&B artist. Instead it carried the picture of a train station and an engine.

'Holiday' was Madonna's first hit in the US where is made it to number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100. However it did make it to number 1 on the Hot Dance club Play. The single was re-released in the UK, following the success in the US, making it to number two in the UK Singles Chart.

  • Update - 10th september 2009

Well I have come back from my holiday to a DMC notice to take down this post. Blogger reset this post to draft so I can take out the offending parts of the post which I have done.

This is the reason for not having the tracks or the link in place. Sorry to everyone that wanted the tracks. To discuss this go to the 80's page of the forum.

This is the 4th track that the DMC have focused on. Still there are more than enough stuff for peaple to enjoy. I am still taking another week off from the blog to re-charge so will be back later this month,


Madonna - Holiday - Video (Unreleased Version)

The Human League - I Love 1980

The Human League have always been a favourite of mine. I particulary loved their earlier stuff.

Here is a BBC look at the band. I can't remember when the programe was on but it was a look at the bands and music of the year 1980. It was great to see the early stuff again and I hope you like it to.

Click the link below to download the Video:


Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Jellybean featuring Madnonna - Sidewalk Talk

'Sidewalk Talk' is a single by American record producer John "Jellybean" Benitez, released in 1984 by EMI Records. The song was originally written by Madonna during the beginning of her career. She granted out this song to Jellybean in 1985, as he was a great collaborator for her during this time. 1984 was a rising year for Madonna, as she was continuously on airplay both on radio and on television, on the cover of the magazines, on front displays on record stores, and in every media related to music and show business.

The artist credit of this recording is only for Jellybean. The vocals from Catherine Buchanan (nicknamed "Catt") were acknowledged only on the additional information on the disc sleeve. However, Jellybean tried to take advantage of Madonna's popularity and credited her for the writing of the song on the cover of the single.
Madonna also has vocals on its chorus.

'Sidewalk Talk' reached the number-one position on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart early in 1986. It was a surprise hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as well, peaking at number 18.

'Sidewalk Talk' made an appearance in the 1999 film Flawless and its soundtrack album.

Click the link below to download the following:
Dance Mix
Don't Call Me Sidewalk Talk Baby Version
Accapella Version
Fun House Mix
Denovia Club Mix
Extended Dance Mix
Short Version
DJ Amanda Exclusive Mix Show Version
Drippin' Wet Mix
Discotech Mix 1996
The Mexican - B-Side on the US and European Release


Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder - Together In Electric Dreams

'Together in Electric Dreams' is a song by Philip Oakey and producer Giorgio Moroder. It was written by Oakey and Moroder and recorded for the original soundtrack of the 1984 film Electric Dreams.

When Oakey recorded the song it was over very quickly, after the first full recording Moroder told Oakey that the first take was "good enough, as first time is always best". Oakey who thought he was just rehearsing insisted on doing another take. Moroder let him but to this day Oakey is convinced that Moroder still used the first take on the final production. Originally released to advertise the film, 'Together in Electric Dreams' quickly overshadowed the original film and became a hit single in its own right.

Oakey states that it is ironic that a track that took literally ten minutes to record would become a worldwide hit, while some of his Human League material that took over a year to record didn't

The promotional video was originally designed to promote the film Electric Dreams not the song, and this was how most U.S. viewers would see it. In the UK where the original film was a flop the promotional video was perceived to be a music video first, and often erroneously a Human League video.

Like many film soundtrack promos, the video splices key scenes from the film with footage of Philip Oakey. In addition, other promotional scenes were created especially for the video: an Electric Dreams signboard is seen behind Oakey twice, the actual movie poster is seen behind him on the freeway and the computer from the film is seen relaxing on the beach. Oakey is seen being driven around purportedly San Francisco (but was actually Los Angeles) singing the lyrics. The video would famously finish with a sock puppet parody of the MGM Lion on a TV screen, on a beach.

Giorgio Moroder himself makes a cameo appearance in the video as the boss of the radio station taken over by the computer.

Click the link below to download the following
Single Version
Prime Cuts Remix

Extended Version
Instrumental Version


Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder - Together in Electric Dreams - Video