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Saturday, November 3, 2012

1987.


We've made it to November, which means we get to celebrate some songs that are a quarter of a century old here at Burn and Shine. This is the fourth such compilation that I've shared, and if you are interested in the others click on these links: 1986, 1985 and 1984.

Not much to say about 1987, but I will mention that the brilliant comedy, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, came out that year and it is far and away the greatest Thanksgiving movie ever. Be sure and watch it again some time this month.




Lots of jangle on here for those of you so inclined.

Happy listening!

1987

01. Sex Clark Five, “I Want You Mine”
02. Material Issue, “She’s Goin’ Through My Head”
03. Scrawl, “Standing Around”
04. The Jesus & Mary Chain, “About You”
05. Paul Kelly, “Before the Old Man Died
06. They Might Be Giants, “Don’t Let’s Start” (Single Version)
07. Big Dipper, “She’s Fetching”
08. Pastels, “Crawl Babies”
09. Dumptruck, “Going Nowhere”
10. U2, “Sweetest Thing”
11. American Music Club, “Outside This Bar”
12. The Stems, “For Always”
13. Julian Cope, “Saint Julian”
14. Flying Color, “Dear Friend”
15. The Blue Aeroplanes, “Bury Your Love Like Treasure”
16. The Fastbacks, “K Street”
17. The Chills, “House With 100 Rooms”
18. Young Fresh Fellows, “Get Outta My Cave”
19. The Stone Roses, “Sally Cinnamon”
20. Will & the Bushmen, “Bus Stop”
21. Concrete Blonde, “Still In Hollywood”
22. Able Tasmans, “Sour Queen”
23. X, “4th of July”
24. Blue Rodeo, “5 Will Get You Six”
25. Spacemen 3, “Walkin’ With Jesus”

Total Time: 1:19:43

Download it here: 1987

3 comments:

JAYESSEMM said...

I'm diggin 1987

many thanks!

Frickred said...

Personally I thought 87 was an interesting year. I went to see the new movie “Wall Street” – you know, ‘Greed is good’. I went to the bank, withdrew all my savings and invested in the stock market only to see it tank – like the next day. But luckily for me the FDA ok’d Prozac that year and I’ve been on it ever since … so, as Seinfeld was to point out in his hilarious series a few years later, I pretty much ended up ‘Even Steven’. Or at least it felt that way, thanks to Prozac. I don’t remember much about what was going on in the 87 music scene though. Hopefully this lovely little comp will change all of that! Thanks mighty max! The world needs more people like you. You know, people who know what’s important in life. All the 70s power-pop comps are very much appreciated as well. Cheers

ralphdibny said...

Thanks--This is my favorite mix yet. I don't know most of these bands, so I'm off to scour the Internet for them!