Intimist version 80s Part 19 - The best of the International Category

The playlist of phew in which you will find all the biggest hits 'International Intimist' of the 80s.

For those who know nothing about it, the ideal way to find everything you need to organize a most memorable romantic evening.

For connoisseurs, the means to complete their knowledge or to find titles whose names they no longer remember.

Take out the handkerchiefs !

Discography (among others ...) :

  • Nathalie Cole - I live for your love 1987

  • Robert Charlebois - News 1982

  • Sinead O'Connor - Nothing compares 2U 1990

  • 52nd Street - Tell me 1985

  • Roy Orbison - Wild hearts (...Time) 1985

  • Jane Siberry - You don't need 1984

  • Blind Date - Dreamworld 1986

  • Joan Armatrading - No love 1981

  • Sharpe & Numan - Love like a ghost 1989

  • Slave - All we need is time 1986

  • Tones On Tail - Lions 1984

  • Boom Boom Room - Take your time 1986

  • Madonna - Live to tell 1986

  • John Waite - If anybody had a heart 1986

  • The Assembly - Never never 1983

  • Feargal Sharkey - Loving you 1985

  • Corey Hart - Take my heart 1987

  • Frozen Ghost - Promises 1987

  • Handful Of Snowdrops - A short story 1985

  • Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction - Kid's stuff 1988

  • Atlantic Starr - Secret lovers 1985

  • Jenny Burton - Strangers in a strange world 1984

  • Iron Curtain - Love can never die 1984

  • Moti Special - Visons of you 1985

  • Carly Simon - Coming around again 1986

Clips :

1987 ... the singer is still as effective in the Intimist field, a field that she had somewhat obscured lately. We are therefore rather happy to see her return to this field that she has always mastered perfectly ...

Full Article Nathalie Cole

1982 ... after a decade of the 1970s where he alternated between the worst and the best, the 1980s saw him calm and much more structured. The decade of full and total maturity !

Full Article Robert Charlebois

1990 ... THIS title arrives for the singer ! A title that was not originally intended for her since it was written by Prince in 1985 for his concept-project The Family. And o miracle, while the original version has gone unnoticed to say the least, its version will quite simply become one of the most sublime titles of this decade, even of this end of the twentieth period. Here she simply signs a title with crazy lyricism which allows her to make One Shot a legend, the one with a big L. MO-NU-MEN-TAL !

Full Article Sinead O'Connor

1985 ... THE headline for the band, here it is ! They have here the biggest success of their careers on a title full of finesse that works very well. A well-deserved global success !

Full Article 52nd Street

1985 ... a big 5 years air gap followed by a comeback in certain shape. What is certain is that the 1980s will be anyway always better than the previous one !

Full Article Roy Orbison

1984 ... a talent and above all a potential just waiting to be expressed. Whether in the rhythmic field or in the Intimist, she demonstrates an already obvious know-how !

Full Article Jane Siberry

1986 ... their career will be spread over 2 short years but sometimes, quantity is better than quality as they say. Which is the case with them. The proof with this absolutely sumptuous Ultimate Slow !

Full Article Blind Date

1981 ... it is true that the heart of the singer's target is rather the romantic ballad. But the very near future will vividly demonstrate that it is good in all areas !

Full Article Joan Armatrading

1989 ... we didn't even imagine seeing them for just 1 second in the Intimist domain. And what do we see happening ? This excellent title which shows that even in this area, they are good. Bluffing !

Full Article Sharpe & Numan

1986 ... here they are exceptionally in Intimist mode. And my faith, this change is rather good for them. Unfortunately, this will not stop their planned fall in the months to follow ...

Full Article Slave

1984 ... which will undoubtedly remain as their most successful title. A title full of finesse, totally the opposite of what he had offered until then. A nice surprise, to say the least !

Full Article Tones On Tail

1986 ... a 'shooting star' group with a particularly ephemeral career. Too bad because what they had to offer were far from ridiculous ...

Full Article Boom Boom Room

1986 ... a year 1986 which starts again on exactly the same bases as the year 1985, that promises ! Starting with this sumptuous track which shows that she is as talented in Dance as in Intimist. A real war machine !

Full Article Madonna

1986 ... small year 1986 with only 1 title on the clock. Either way, the dynamic of success is still there and allows the artist to stay in the lead. A union minimum which is largely sufficient ...

Full Article John Waite

1983 ... an unclassifiable, indefinable and completely timeless title. Pure Vince Clarke which, once again, works wonders and which totally transcends this duo, to say the least very original. MA-GIS-TRAL !

1985 ... as the singer's previous title flew at the speed of light, this one literally suspends time. A sumptuous track, all in finesse and which literally floats in the air. MA-GIC !

Full Article Feargal Sharkey

1987 ... a good job, quite simply. Nothing exceptional but an inspiration to match, just like the style. Astonishing that this singer did not break through more than that ...

Full Article Corey Hart

1987 ... they confirm with this second title all the good that we can think of them. Style, talent, everything to please as they say. And yet, they will never be able to wait for the court of the very Great ...

Full Article Frozen Ghost

1985 ... they may have flirted too much with the Dark Wave, a trend which is after all fairly marginal and which will have devoted very few elected officials ...

Full Article Handful Of Snowdrops