#HitsByYears – 1983

I remember, recording the first song on a new cassette first, along with three other songs. I listened to all three several times, although I had to rewind and rewind and rewind…
The second song is one of my all-time favorite Toto songs, and always will be.
Since there are so many wonderful songs in that year, I’ll add a third one. Although it was sung by a legend, I don’t think the song was recognized as it deserved. But it’s definitely one of my favorite Bowie songs.

Talking In Your Sleep – The Romantics

Joanna – Kool & The Gang

Modern Love – David Bowie

Feel free to add or mention in the comments your favorite song of 1983 and the memory that connects you with it.

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Erika, looking at the list of hit songs in 1983, I am with Mark on the Eurythmics and “Sweet Dreams” but I saw another one that helped reshape MTV, “Sharp Dressed Man” by ZZ Top. It is a good sing, but not their best song, but they told a story in their video only appearing in the end as some wise old sages. Of the three you noted, David Bowie’s “Modern Love” gets my vote. Keith

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Yes, the Eurythmics are 80s classics. Sweet Dreams is undestroyable and I still love listening to it. Sharp Dressed Man… so cool that you mentioned that one. I totally forgot about it. I am listening to it right now. Thank you, Keith!

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