Songs that worthily accompanied the musical era of the 80s into the sunset!
Sunny, bright and so truly sincere - the 1980s will forever remain the best time in the development of music, and culture in general! Unfortunately, the era is over. Disco was replaced by new, more popular genres... And yet, there are songs that evoke pleasant nostalgia and warmth... We will remember today about one of the most beautiful masterpieces that accompanied the era of the 80s into the sunset!
Sam Brown (1988)
Samantha Brown's biggest hit to date is Stop! Pleasant measured sound combined with the amazing voice of the singer… Released in 1988, this track is still popular! Stop is loved in the cinema, and famous masters tirelessly continue to record their covers of the legendary hit!
Elton John - Sacrifice (1989)
The melodic ballad was written by Elton John along with his colleague Bernie Taupin. Later, the last sir shared his impressions of the masterpiece they created:
“I think Sacrifice is the best thing that John and I have ever written… This song is not your typical love ballad. Rather, it is about the breakup of a marriage, about a situation where the loss of a relationship is not a victim ... "
The song with the encouraging title "The Very Best" was written by Mike Chapman and Holly Knight for Bonnie Tyler. However, the popularity came to the composition in the performance of Tina Turner. The song was featured on her successful album Foreign Affair. A splendid saxophone solo was performed by Edgar Winter.
Roy Orbison - You Got It (1989)
You Got It is a song from Roy Orbison's twenty-second studio album Mystery Girl. The composition was released in January 1989. You Got It was recorded in guitarist Mike Campbell's garage in Los Angeles, and mixed at Friar Park in Henley upon Thames, England. Orbison gave his only public performance of the hit at the Diamond Awards in Antwerp on November 19, 1988 (17 days before his death and the release of the single)...
Queen - I Want It All (1989)
This song was first performed live on April 20, 1992, three years after its release! During The Freddie Mercury Tribute it was performed by the three remaining musicians of Queen… Freddie Mercury himself never performed the song live.
Kaoma - Lambada (1989)
Incendiary Franco-Brazilian music from Kaoma needs no introduction! The song became a hit in the summer of 1989, reaching number one on the charts in many countries, including Germany, France and Italy. Lambada was incredibly popular in the USSR too! The Kaoma band even performed with her in Moscow, at a big celebration in Gorky Park.
Roxette - The Look (1989)
The Look remains one of the most famous songs of the Swedish band Roxette to this day. Just a month after the release, the single was certified "gold disc"! The song was released as part of the second studio album Look Sharp! in March 1989.