Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by idratherjack, Mar 13, 2017.
Ferry Aid was a who's who of 1987. Well done Taffy for getting on there.
.....and Paul King
He was about to launch his solo career.
That went well.
I love Ferry Aid! So unfairly (personally speaking of course), booted out way too soon in the SAW rate.
And yet the glorious Voyage Voyage you gave a zero?!!!!!
I assume the total clusterfuck that was the end of the 19/3 episode was Smith related? No closing link from the presenters, and then something weird done to the Sign O The Times video....
Next Smithed episode 09/04/87
Sorry! Grey moment!
He wanted his "MTV" slot...
To quote Madonna in the Human Nature video:
"Absolutely, NO regrets".
I love all the shots of Nick Kamen, and the fact that Dame Mandy Smith snuck onto a #1 record.
Pop justice at its best.
Wiki lists who was there so I checked to see if it was her as I thought I spotted her too. Also there, page 3 girls Maria Whittaker, Jenny Blythe and Linda Lusardi, plus Anne Diamond and Ruth Maddoc! I told you, a who's who of 1987!
Was Su Pollard busy that day?
Nope! She was there too according to Wiki:
The closing chorus was sung by an ensemble choir involving many of the above performers as well other recording artists. The back-up chorus consisted of:
The Alarm, John Altman, Debee Ashby, Al Ashton, Rick Astley, Bananarama, Simon Bates, Alison Bettles, Jenny Blythe, Errol Brown, Miquel Brown, Bucks Fizz, Jay Carly, The Christians, Nick Conway, Linda Davidson, Hazell Dean, Anne Diamond, Difford and Tilbrook, Doctor and the Medics, The Drifters, Drum Theatre, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Roy Gayle, Go West, Carol Hitchcock, Felix Howard, Gloria Hunniford, Imagination, Jenny Jay, Ellie Laine, Annabel Lamb, Stephanie Lawrence, Loose Ends, Linda Lusardi, Ruth Madoc, Bobby McVey, Suzanne Mizzi, The New Seekers, Sadie Nine, The Nolans, Hazel O'Connor, Mike Osman, Su Pollard, Tim Polley, Pamela Power, Maxi Priest, Princess, Jimmy Pursey, Suzi Quatro, Mike Read, Sally Sagoe, Nejdet Salih, Ray Shell, Mandy Smith, Neville Staple, Alvin Stardust, Steve Strange, Sylvia Tella, Terraplane, Bonnie Tyler, Maria Whittaker, Working Week
Nick Cotton from EastEnders! This just gets better and better.
It is a crying shame that Bonnie Tyler didn't get a line to herself!
Who needs her when you've got Taffy on tap!
We are simply not worthy.
I think it's a question of who in 1987 WASN'T part of Ferry Aid.
Even Band Aid couldn't attract stars such as Su Pollard and Joey Boswell from Bread.
Separate names with a comma.