Black Entertainment : Top Favorites...20 years ago

Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by CarrieMonet, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. CarrieMonet

    CarrieMonet Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I was looking in my diary from 1984. Here is the list of the songs that were my favorites back then.

    Erotic City - Prince
    Weekend Girl - SOS Band
    I Feel For You - Chaka Khan
    Chili Sauce - The Time
    The Men All Paused - Klymaxx
    Sugar Walls - Sheena Easton
    Lover Girl - Tina Marie
    Roxanne Roxanne - UTFO
    Roxanne Shawnte
    Careless Whisper - Wham
    Heartbeat - The Dazz Band
    Meeting in the Ladies Room - Klymaxx
    The Show - Doug E Fresh
    I Wonder If I take You Home - Lisa Lisa
    Oak Tree - Morris Day
    Let Me Be The One - 5 Star


    Can you remember what you were grooving to in 1984??
     
  2. MrBlak

    MrBlak Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I was listening to an interesting mix of "learning" records (sesamie street and jiminy cricket.....) and stuff like the "Breakin" sound track, anything Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 put down, and New Edition. I had the album called "Breakdance" with all the hotest breakin tracks of the day and "instructional" rap by Alex and the City Crew on the B-side too......me and my bro had the book and tried some moves, but as a little underwieght boy, I didnt have the strength to do any moves.

    Good thread....you are taking me back....waaaaay back.
     
  3. toylin

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    Let me see here.. 20 years ago, I was 4..... However, I have an older sister, so almost everything you named CarrieMonet, is familiar to me. I seem to remember walking around the house signing along with the radio. Klymaxx was one of ym favorite groups. And of course, I went through the Tina Turner stage. What year did Crush Groove come out?
     
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