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Despite har cool surface, Pink has always been good at 'melancholy blues'. This is a classic from the Try This era. She has only performed it live a few times, but these have crappy sound quality, so I picked the studio version for the Singalong...
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Pink - Save My Life (2003)
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But Freddie knew how to make it sound really saucy and classy (and more mature, obviously). Sticking out tongue
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Queen - My Melancholy Blues (1977)
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But George Michael is of course a true master of this discipline. Yet another hit (and an original music video) from his grandiose and impressive solo debut, "Faith" from 1987... I'm sure some of you can't stand this... Elton John could have sung this! Laughing out loud
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George Michael - Kissing A Fool (1987)
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Well. I've had enough of melancholy, so here's a truly great song by the late Solomon Burke, who had his finest hour in the early 1960s. He was overshadowed by the legendary Sam Cooke, but from a vocal perspective he was just as impressive.
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Solomon Burke - Cry To Me (1963)
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And now a song from down under: Real Life is (was?) a new wave band from Melbourne. This was their breakthrough hit... More pop than 'classic' new wave if you ask me. Eye-wink
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Real Life - Send Me An Angel (1983)
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There are also a bunch of Germans in here, and I'm sure they all love Alphaville. No video for this one, sorry. Smiling
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Alphaville - Lies (1984)
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Sorry, but I'm only posting Singalongs randomly these days. Sticking out tongue

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