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A-ha on BBC Children in Need.

scouty
18:11, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Morten had the voice of an angel in a song that was hitherto unknown to be about uncertainty and doubt. Who knew? I welled. I don't care who knows it.
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scouty replying to scouty
18:12, Tuesday 14 November 2017
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TheBlueNation replying to scouty
18:13, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Blimey. There was a thread about him earlier. Who'd have thought it.
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QBBC2 replying to scouty
19:32, Tuesday 14 November 2017
I remember a few years ago I was listening to Radio2 at work, the Ken Bruce show, where they had a mid-morning mini concert by an 80s or 90s pop act and this particular morning it was A-HA. Obviously they had to do their rendition of their biggest hit, Take On Me and I said to a colleague that it would be a hell of a thing to have to sing at half past ten in the morning. Sure enough Morton struggled and strangled the notes and it sounded quite horrific*. I really felt sorry for him.

A while later they had another one with Jammyracket (dunno how to spell it tbh) and Jay Kay was absolutely note perfect on every single song, almost like hearing the record. The bloke's a fanny but he can bloody well sing!

*This is the very reason Bob Plant didn't want to revisit the Zeppelin back catalogue live.
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Southside Blue replying to QBBC2
21:25, Tuesday 14 November 2017
The Bats mate , Lee Gallagher was on last week ... bloody awful
Southside Blue , not only keeping the blues alive but also singlehandedly saving the British Manufacturing Industry .
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Hank Marvin replying to scouty
23:37, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Listen to Take On Me by RobbieFellows #np on #SoundCloud
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grandadandthekids replying to Southside Blue
23:42, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Paloma Faith currently on. Strangled cat at times.
Oh dear!
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