Episode 83 – “1987: Feuding Broadcasters, Casablaca, and That Bloke From Frankston Again”

Happy Johnny Logan New Year, everybody!

In this episode, we chat about host city Brussels, the host of 1987, the postcards, the controversies, the fashion at Eurovision 1987, the interval act, European and Australian news, what was happening in entertainment, the WTF and OMG moments of the contest, the voting, and play our top 10 of 1987 based on a jury of two.

Songs Include:

Amour, amour – Plastic Bertrand (Luxembourg)

Only the Light – Rikki (United Kingdom)

Soldiers of Love – Liliane Saint-Pierre (Belgium)

Stop – Bang (Greece)

Shir Habatlanim – Lazy Bums (Israel)

Rechtop in de wind – Marcha (The Netherlands)

Ja sam za ples – Novi Fosilli (Yugoslavia)

Gente di mare – Umberto Tozzi and Raf (Italy)

Laß die Sonne in dein Herz – Wind (Germany)

Hold Me Now – Johnny Logan (Ireland)

The Yoda Beanie of Doom then gave us our next year for Season Four:

We’re off to Luxembourg City for 1984 for episode 84. Nice!

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Legal and Licencing Notice:

“We at Wind Machine Podcast have taken every legal step allowed to us to present this podcast with a current APRA licence and we claim “Fair Use” for the music played.

We are not affiliated with the EBU (European Broadcasting Union), its partners, or SBS (Special Broadcasting Service). We are just fans.”

Intro and Indents provided by Shock Wave SoundInto The Lights by Global Sound System.

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