Flashback Friday

Year 1986.

Another summer song would have been good, but I got to keep my Flashback Friday unpredictable. I love music , the ones that take you to a memory that could have been faded out. This is why I love music so much, it reminds you of the good, bad and the heartbreaking times. It can transform you to become a singer while you clean your home, a rocker while you wait for the bus or a bad-ass rapper walking down the street to corner store. It's all good feelings from a single song your listening.

Today's classic 80's song is a rendition from the original The Supreme's version, You Keep Me Hangin' On. Kim Wilde and her music produce brother hadn't heard much of the original song and re-create it to a pop/hi-NRG song which peaked in Australia and the U.S & No 3 in her native homeland U.K . I remember this too well, watching it on Video Hits.

Artist: Kim Wilde
Song: You Keep Me Hangin' On
Album: Another Step

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Kim Wilde, You Keep Me Hangin' On

2 Responses to "Flashback Friday"

  • Shannon @my2morrows
    January 17, 2015 - 8:05 am

    Oh I loved this song! I heard it on the radio the other day in the car and had a good Ol sing-a-long!

    • Astrid
      January 17, 2015 - 3:28 pm

      I had this my list since last year and I listen to it a lot as well as ‘Kid’s in America’. She is true 80’s pop princess with more edge.

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