Winds of Change

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Friday 21 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

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When this track came out, Eastern Europe was changing beyond the wildest dreams of many. A lot has happened since those heady days. The world is still in turmoil, and probably always will be. Sigh 😦

This one joins the realms of those Tunes I Love – a track I still adore and play regularly in old Ellie on the way to/from the school bus stop, the shops, or around the farm.

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11 thoughts on “Winds of Change

  1. Barry says:

    This song stalked me for a year! I was in Grenoble, France on Erasmus and it came out there in early 1991 – cue five months of AirPlay. Then onto Munich for 3 months, and it was ever present, unsurprisingly given its meaning in Germany in particular. Got home, and within a week – “this song’s been sweeping Europe this summer” aaaaghhhh! So thanks for the memories Spike….. I think! 🙂

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  2. Released in 1990. Don’t know how I missed it. I can only plead country music.
    🙂 m & jb who wasn’t born in 1990 so she gets a pass

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  3. Great song, video images…fabulous. Thanks. ☺

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  4. Mine was Rock you like a Hurricane, pure class 🙂

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