We’ll Always Have Paris


The votes are in.

Last week, with an EU-friendly €25 Golden Discs voucher on offer, I asked you to name your favourite song whose title features a European city?

You answered in your dozens.

But there could only be one winner.

Third Place:

Das Ist Berlin by Marlene Dietrich

Harry writes:

‘The fabulously glamorous Marlene Dietrich. Captures Berlin beautifully.’


Barcelona by Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé

Frilly Keane writes:

‘Ye’ll know it – most likely as the Barcelona Olympics (92) Grand Opener. But it was actually completed in 88 to meet the Olympic deadline. Caballé was originally invited by the Barcelona Bid Team – her home city, soon after they won the games in 87. But she immediately reached out to Freddy Mercury. And this is the result + an album. It definitely set the tone for the games. Anyone remember the diving events from Barcelona ’92? Of course Freddy never got to see the reaction as he passed in 91 But to me this is his Masterpiece. Play it at full blast.’


Paris Match by The Style Council & Tracey Thorn

Eamonn writes:

‘By a fortuitous turn of events I was listening to Café Bleu by The Style Council only yesterday. It is as if the gods of my record collection were directing me. My choice number 1 would be this…”The gift you gave was desire – the match that started my fire”… Weller showing no fear – swapping Monkey Boots and Lonsdale tops for Penny Loafers,fine knits and galouise – Ooh La La – confusing and conflicting many acolytes – no power chords, no anger, no bite. New beginnings. And Tracey Thorn. what a voice.’

Nick says: Merci all.

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2 thoughts on “We’ll Always Have Paris

  1. eamonn

    Happy days, Merci Beacoup.
    I have great fun on Friday evenings racking my brains for tunes, and hearing new tunes too. This one really just picked itself.
    Thanks Again.

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