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Playlist of Dexys Midnight Runners

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  • Come On Eileen

    4:48

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    Come On Eileen · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 1982 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1982-07-22

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Kevin Rowland
    Associated Performer, Accordion, Piano, Organ: Micky Billingham
    Associated Performer, Banjo, Guitar: Billy Adams
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Giorgio Kilkenny
    Associated Performer, Drums: Seb Shelton
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Helen O'Hara
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Steve Brennan
    Associated Performer, Flute, Tin Whistle, Saxophone: Brian Maurice
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Carol Kenyon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Katie Kissoon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Samantha Brown
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer: Clive Langer
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Arun Chakraverty
    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Stephen Kevin Adams

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Geno

    3:32

    Geno! Geno! Geno! Geno! Geno!
    Back in '68 in a sweaty club
    Oh, Geno
    Before Jimmy's Machine and The Rocksteady Rub
    Oh-oh-oh Geno-o
    On a night when flowers didn't suit my shoes
    After a week of flunkin' and bunkin' school
    The lowest head in the crowd that night
    Just practicin' steps and keepin' outta the fights

    Academic inspiration, you gave me none
    But you were Michael the lover
    The fighter that won
    But now just look at me
    I'm looking down at you
    No, I'm not beinh flash
    It's what I'm built to do

    That man took the stage, his towel was swingin' high
    Oh Geno
    This man was my bombers, my Dexy's, my high
    Oh-oh-oh Geno-o
    The crowd they all hailed you, and chanted your name
    But they never knew like we knew
    Me and you were the same
    And now you're all over, your song is so tame, brrrrr
    You fed me, you bred me, I'll remember your name

    Academic inspiration, you gave me none
    You were Michael the lover
    The fighter that won
    But now just look at me
    I'm looking down at you
    No, I'm not being flash
    It's what I'm built to do

    Oh Geno, Woh-oh-oh Geno-o
    Oh Geno, Woh-oh-oh Geno-o

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  • Come On Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners live 2013

    5:04

    un buen recuerdo de esos años maravillosos, cuando se usaban esos oberoles de jean, esa ropa tipo montañez....

  • Geno

    3:28

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    Geno (2000 Remaster) · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Searching For The Young Soul Rebels

    ℗ 2000 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Recorder: Barry Hammond
    Guitarra: Kevin Archer
    Sackbut: Big Jim Paterson
    Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Saxophone: Jeff Blythe
    Guitar, Vocals: Kevin Archer
    Organ, Piano: Pete Saunders
    Bass Guitar: Pete Williams
    Produced by: Pete Wingfield
    Engineer: Barry Hammond
    Recording Engineer: Barry Hammond
    Vocals: Kevin Rowland
    Bass: Pete Williams
    Producer: Pete Wingfield
    Saxophone: Steve Spooner
    Drums: Stoker
    Digital Remasterer: Tony Cousins
    Engineer: Tony Cousins
    Writer: Kevin Archer
    Writer: Kevin Rowland

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  • Jackie Wilson Said

    3:05

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    Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile) · Dexys Midnight Runners · Kevin Rowland

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 1982 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1982-07-22

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Kevin Rowland
    Associated Performer, Accordion, Piano, Organ: Micky Billingham
    Associated Performer, Banjo, Guitar: Billy Adams
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Giorgio Kilkenny
    Associated Performer, Drums: Seb Shelton
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Helen O'Hara
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Steve Brennan
    Associated Performer, Flute, Tin Whistle, Saxophone: Brian Maurice
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Carol Kenyon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Katie Kissoon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Samantha Brown
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer: Clive Langer
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Arun Chakraverty
    Composer Lyricist: Van Morrison

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen

    5:05

    Music video by Dexy's Midnight Runners performing Come On Eileen (Live).

    #DexysMidnightRunners #ComeOnEileen #Vevo

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - There, There My Dear

    3:14

    Official video of Dexy's Midnight Runners performing There, There My Dear from the album Searching For The Young Soul Rebels.
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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Too-Rye-Ay 1982

    43:16

    A1 - The Celtic Soul Brothers
    A2 - Let's Make This Precious 3:06
    A3 - All In All (This One Last Wild Waltz) 7:04
    A4 - Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile) 11:10
    A5 - Old 14:15
    B1 - Plan B 19:46
    B2 - I'll Show You 24:51
    B3 - Liars A To E 27:33
    B4 - Until I Believe In My Soul 31:40
    B5 - Come On Eileen 38:40

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache

    3:36

    Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache by Dexy's Midnight Runners, taken from the Peel Session recorded on 26 February 1980.

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Knowledge Of Beauty

    7:02

    Music video by Dexys Midnight Runners performing Knowledge Of Beauty. (C) 1985 Mercury Records Limited

  • Burn It Down

    4:23

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    Burn It Down (2000 Remaster) · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Searching For The Young Soul Rebels

    ℗ 2000 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer: Barry Hammond
    Recorder: Barry Hammond
    Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Saxophone: Jeff Blythe
    Guitar, Vocals: Kevin Archer
    Vocals: Kevin Rowland
    Organ, Piano: Pete Saunders
    Bass: Pete Williams
    Producer: Pete Wingfield
    Drums: Stoker
    Digital Remasterer: Tony Cousins
    Bass Guitar: Pete Williams
    Saxophone: Steve Spooner
    Engineer: Tony Cousins
    Writer: Kevin Rowland

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - The Celtic Soul Brothers

    3:08

  • Come On Eileen

    3:26

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    Come On Eileen · Kevin Rowland & Dexys Midnight Runners

    Come On Eileen / Dubious

    ℗ 1982 Mercury Records Limited

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: Clive Langer
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer, Associated Performer, Vocalist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Stephen Kevin Adams
    Composer Lyricist: Mick Billingham

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  • Seven Days Too Long

    2:44

    Provided to YouTube by Parlophone UK

    Seven Days Too Long (2000 Remaster) · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Searching For The Young Soul Rebels

    ℗ 2000 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Engineer: Barry Hammond
    Recorder: Barry Hammond
    Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Saxophone: Jeff Blythe
    Guitar, Vocals: Kevin Archer
    Vocals: Kevin Rowland
    Organ, Piano: Pete Saunders
    Bass: Pete Williams
    Producer: Pete Wingfield
    Drums: Stoker
    Digital Remasterer: Tony Cousins
    Bass Guitar: Pete Williams
    Saxophone: Steve Spooner
    Engineer: Tony Cousins
    Writer: James Bailey
    Writer: Vernon Harrell

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  • There There My Dear - Dexys Midnight Runners - Live 1983

    8:50

    Live performance of There There My Dear by Dexys Midnight Runners on The Tube in 1983

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Seven Days Too Long

    2:43

    Searching For The Young Soul Rebels, 1980

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Lets Make This Precious

    6:12

    Dexys Midnight Runners - Let's Make This Precious (Live Shaftesbury Theatre 1982)

  • Dexys Midnight Runners H/Q...Jackie Wilson Said

    2:34

    Dexy's appearance on The Young Ones

  • DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS - Dance Stance

    3:18

    First single from Dexy's .. a Mod revival track recorded in late 1979 .. reached number 40 in the UK singles chart in January 1980 ..

  • The Celtic Soul Brothers

    3:14

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    The Celtic Soul Brothers (More, Please, Thank You) · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 1982 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1982-07-22

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Kevin Rowland
    Associated Performer, Accordion, Piano, Organ: Micky Billingham
    Associated Performer, Banjo, Guitar: Billy Adams
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Giorgio Kilkenny
    Associated Performer, Drums: Seb Shelton
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Helen O'Hara
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Steve Brennan
    Associated Performer, Flute, Tin Whistle, Saxophone: Brian Maurice
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Carol Kenyon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Katie Kissoon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Samantha Brown
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer: Clive Langer
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Arun Chakraverty
    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Mick Billingham

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners Because of You

    3:15

    The final Dexys single was released in 1986 and used as the theme for the BBC series Brush Strokes.

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen

    7:27

    If you have found this website I assume that you may already know something of Kevin Rowland and Dexys Midnight Runners but if you came here by mistake or if you have only recently converted to the new soul vision then here is a quick re-cap of the story so far....
    It all began back in July 1978 when Kevin Rowland and Kevin Archer (later forced to change his name to Al after Rowland said there's only room for one Kevin in this band) quit their second division Birmingham punk outfit, The Killjoys. While everyone else was busy starting the New Romantic movement Rowland and Archer looked to the 1960s soul icons for their inspiration and decided to form an eight piece soul band. The name came from the amphetamine of choice for the Northern Soul scene - dexedrine. Their image, fashioned by Rowland, was New York Italian docker chic ! Donkey jackets, woolly hats and polo neck jumpers. Very much like the early Robert De Niro film Mean Streets .The debut single Dance Stance (later re-named Burn It Down), an attack on racism against the Irish, struggled into the UK charts at number 40. Trying to finance a band of eight was proving very difficult and it is alleged that Rowland instigated many shoplifting trips to supplement their income. The second single Geno, a tribute to 60s soul singer Geno Washington, went to the top of the charts in 1980. Two months later the debut album Searching For The Young Soul Rebels was released to critical acclaim and commercial success. Although this was only after the band stole the master tapes in order to re-negotiate a better contract. In May 1980 they went on a 44 date tour - the Straight To The Heart tour and in August followed it up with the Intense Emotions Tour. Another Top 10 single, There There My Dear followed but then the release of the blatantly uncommercial Keep It Pt2 preceded the spilt of Dexys mark 1. Rowland complained about losing control of the band and the band complained about his excessive control !! In 1981 only Kevin Rowland and Big Jim Paterson remained from the original line up. Most of the others went to form The Bureau or The Blue Ox Babes. Rowland recruited a new team including Seb Shelton from mod band Secret Affair on drums. After one more single for EMI, the excellent Plan B the band moved to Phonogram and along with that came a new image. A uniform of boxing boots, anoraks with hoods and pony tails. Two singles, Show Me and Liars A To E, continued their chart success and a highly acclaimed live show The Projected Passion Revue culminated at the Old Vic Theatre in London.
    By 1982 though, another change of line up and image had taken place. Rowland's right hand man, Big Jim Paterson, had left and the Celtic Soul Brother incarnation was launched in Newcastle at the BBC In Concert gig. (Rowland now admits that the idea for a combination of brass and strings had been influenced by a tape that Al Archer, now of The Blue Ox Babes, had lent him). Come On Eileen became the biggest selling UK single of 1982 and a US number one in 1983. The album Too-Ry-Ay and subsequent tour The Bridge received rave reviews.
    Dexys disappeared for 18 months to work on the next album Don't Stand Me down. When they returned they were down to a four piece and several session musicians. Another uniform came with the new album, this time a smart neat college preppie look. Many think that this is Rowland's greatest work but he insisted that there would be no singles. The album sold poorly and out of desperation the record company released This Is What She's Like as a single. It didn't help and the band fell apart. Although another single Because Of You(theme to Brush Strokes) briefly charted.
    In 1988 Rowland returned as a soloist with the weak country pop album The Wanderer. However, many agree that the production let it down and that the songs were reasonably good.
    Kevin Rowland spent the following years battling against depression, bankruptcy and cocaine addiction. Although, in 1993 he joined up with Big Jim again but despite a couple of TV performances nothing was ever officially released.
    In 1996, Creation Records signed Kevin Rowland and My Beauty, an idiosyncratic covers album, was released in 1999. It received mixed reviews but sold very poorly (allegedly less that 500 copies). Perhaps because of the new image that went with it - dresses and suspenders !
    2001, found Kevin doing reading recitals - from The Look a book about fashion and music by Paul Gorman. Kevin supplied a few pages to the book and read excerpts as well as performing a couple of songs live to backing tapes.
    That just about brings us up to date. Keep an eye on my latest news page for any other updates.
    As Jon Wilde said once in the Dexys fanzine Keep On Running ...YOU'D HAVE TO BE A HALF-WIT TO BET AGAINST A MAN OF KEV'S CALIBRE PULLING OFF A HUGE COMEBACK.

  • Dexys Nowhere Is Home Documentary

    1:30:23

    Dexys Midnight Runners (currently officially Dexys, their former nickname, styled without an apostropheare an English pop band with soul influences, who achieved their major success in the early to mid-1980s. They are best known in the UK for their songs Come On Eileen and Geno, both of which peaked at No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart, as well as six other top-20 singles. Come On Eileen also topped the US Billboard Hot 100, and with extensive airplay on MTV they are associated with the Second British Invasion.
    During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Dexys went through numerous personnel changes over the course of three albums and 13 singles, with only singer/songwriter/co-founder Kevin Rowland remaining in the band through all of the transitions and only Rowland and Big Jim Paterson (trombone) appearing on all of the albums. By 1985, the band consisted only of Rowland and long-standing members Helen O'Hara (violin) and Billy Adams (guitar). The band broke up in 1987, with Rowland becoming a solo artist. After two failed restart attempts, Dexys was reformed by Rowland in 2003 with new members, as well as a few returning members from the band's original lineup (known as Dexys Mark I). Dexys released their fourth album in 2012 and a fifth followed in 2016.

  • Kevin Rowland & Dexys Midnight Runners - Jackie Wilson Said • TopPop

    3:06

    Jackie Wilson Said (I'm in Heaven When You Smile) is a song written by Van Morrison. It is the opening track of his sixth studio album, 'Saint Dominic's Preview' and was released in July 1972 as the first single from the album. It charted at number sixty-one on the US Billboard Hot 100.

    Jackie Wilson Said was covered by Dexys Midnight Runners on their album 'Too-Rye-Ay' and reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart when released in 1982. It reached #21 on the charts in Holland on November 27, 1982 and was recorded for Toppop on October 30, 1982.

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    Broadcast date: 20-11-1982

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    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Live in Hamburg 1982 Full Concert

    1:25:08

    -Avantgarde from the UK-
    Setlist below!
    Feel free to restore the running time in the comments below!
    For fans of details: recorded at the 05.11.82 at the Audimax.

    Setlist:
    I. T.S.O.P. ( The Sounds of Philadelphia)
    II. Geno
    III. The Celtic Soul Brothers
    IV. Let's Get This Straight From The Start
    V. All in All ( This One Last Wild Waltz)
    VI. Tell Me When My Light Turns Green
    VII. Plan B
    VIII. Let's Make This Precious
    IX. I Couldn't Help It If I Tried
    X. Seven Days Too Long
    XI. There, There, There, My Dear
    XII. Come On Eileen
    Encore:
    XIII. Until I Believe In My Soul
    XIV. Respect
    XV. I'm Just Looking

  • Old

    5:46

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    Old · Dexys Midnight Runners · Kevin Rowland

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 1982 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1982-07-22

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Kevin Rowland
    Associated Performer, Accordion, Piano, Organ: Micky Billingham
    Associated Performer, Banjo, Guitar: Billy Adams
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Giorgio Kilkenny
    Associated Performer, Drums: Seb Shelton
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Helen O'Hara
    Associated Performer, Fiddle: Steve Brennan
    Associated Performer, Flute, Tin Whistle, Saxophone: Brian Maurice
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Big Jim Paterson
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Carol Kenyon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Katie Kissoon
    Associated Performer, Additional Vocals: Samantha Brown
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer: Clive Langer
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Arun Chakraverty
    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Burn It Down

    4:22

    aka Dance Stance

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Plan B

    5:05

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  • Plan B

    5:08

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    Plan B · Kevin Rowland & Dexys Midnight Runners

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 1981 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1982-07-22

    Producer, Associated Performer, Vocals, Bass Guitar, Guitar, Piano: Kevin Rowland
    Producer: Clive Langer
    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland

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  • Dexy´s Midnight Runners - Celtic Soul Brothers 1983

    2:46

    Dexy´s Midnight Runners - Celtic Soul Brothers 1983

    More please and thank you
    More please and thank you
    Introducing the Celtic Soul Brothers
    And featuring the Strong Devoted
    Ladies and gentlemen,
    would you now please take your leave

    Because we've sat back looking and nearly been took
    Even been scared, but now I don't care
    And I'm telling anyone who'll listen
    I've seen what's on show
    and now there's no more to know
    And I've been there, I've been seen there
    I've seemed it, dreamed it, schemed it, beened it

    We're coming through
    How do you do?

    Excuse me please
    You're standing in my space
    So step aside, now your time's up
    Come on my friends
    I would now like to propose a toast

    To the strength that I've see that's surrounding me
    'Cos I've been scared, but now I don't care
    And I'm telling anyone who'll listen
    I've seen what's on show
    and now there's no more to know
    And I've been there, I've been seen there
    I've seemed it, dreamed it, schemed it

    (Instrumental)

    You see I know this to be true
    Now would I lie to you?
    And I'm not waiting for approval from you
    We're coming through.

    Ooh we're coming through
    How do you do?

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - All In All

    4:12

    Dexys Midnight Runners - All In All (This One Last Wild Waltz) | Lyrics - Sub ( Inglés - Español)

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen

    4:33

    very weird.., if i now cut the first 3 sec off this video( kate bush feature ) then this video is blocked worldwide for using the single version .., recovered the whole video and now it's open again for using the album version..,very very weird.....

  • Dexys Midnight Runners The Waltz

    8:34

    Closing track from the superb 1985 album 'Don't Stand Me Down'.

  • Geno - Dexys Midnight Runners Covered By Aaron Boast - Kemakil drummer

    3:26

    just put this up cos i love the song and like jammin along to it!

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Jackie Wilson said

    3:09

    Jackie Wilson said it was reet petite
    I kind of love you
    Yes it knocks me off my feet
    Let it all come down
    Oh let it all come down
    And you know I'm so wired up
    I don't need any more tea in my cup
    Let it all come down
    Oh let it all come down
    Now watch this
    Toodle langa langa Toodle langa fang
    Toodle langa langa Toodle langa fang
    I'm in heaven
    I'm In heaven
    I'm In heaven when you smile
    And when you walk across the street
    It makes my heart go boom boom boom,
    Let It all come down
    And every time I stop to think about It
    Well little child you simply make my day
    Let It all come down
    Oh let It all come down
    Toodle langa langa Toodle langa fang
    Toodle langa langa Toodle langa fang
    I'm In heaven
    I'm in heaven
    I'm in heaven when you smile

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Old

    5:51

    Old - (lyrics from CD)

    Old have memories to keep all cold away,
    What is that you say?
    No sense to dwell.
    Old, are you ridiculed and turned away,
    No attention paid?
    I thought as much. Yes and the dumb patriots have their say,
    Only see their way.
    Nothing to sell.
    And worse from us, so obvious,
    Preposterous, when you think of the time that each has spent.
    Words heaven sent and truly meant to show
    Old, may I sit down here and learn today?
    I'll hear all you say.
    Won't go away.

  • One Of Those Things

    5:58

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    One Of Those Things · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Don't Stand Me Down

    ℗ 1985 Mercury Records Limited

    Released on: 1995-09-01

    Producer: Alan Winstanley
    Producer: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Warren Zevon
    Composer Lyricist: Leroy Marinell
    Composer Lyricist: Robert Wachtel

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  • Plan B

    2:39

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    Plan B (2010 Remaster) · Dexys Midnight Runners

    Searching For The Young Soul Rebels

    ℗ 2010 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

    Producer: Alan Shacklock
    Writer: Jim Paterson
    Writer: Kevin Rowland

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  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Geno

    3:27

    (Dexy's Midnight Runners 1980)

    Back in '68 in a sweaty club
    Oh, Geno
    Before Jimmy's Machine and The Rocksteady Rub
    Oh-oh-oh Geno-o
    On a night when flowers didn't suit my shoes
    After a week of flunkin' and bunkin' school
    The lowest head in the crowd that night
    Just practicin' steps and keepin' outta the fights

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Listen to This

    2:49

    from their classic dont stand me down lp - an awesome, intense live performance from the tube circa 1985 of listen to this . Only recently managed to get it transferred from a grainy vhs copy, so sorry bout the quality . . . but its still absolutely unmissable ! Enjoy !

  • The Celtic Soul Brothers

    3:08

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    The Celtic Soul Brothers · Dexys Midnight Runners · Kevin Rowland

    Too Rye Ay

    ℗ 1983 Mercury Records Limited

    Released on: 1982-08-01

    Composer Lyricist: James Mitchell Paterson
    Composer Lyricist: Kevin Rowland
    Composer Lyricist: Mick Billingham

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  • Kevin Rowland & Dexys: Its Ok Johanna

    7:35

    Kevin Rowland & Dexys: It's Ok Johanna

  • Geno - Dexys Midnight Runners

    3:27

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Show Me/There There My Dear - Projected Passion Review Part 1

    7:52

    Originally released on vhs in Australia only.

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Sometime Theme

    3:11

    'Sometime Theme' taken from the 'Because Of You' 12.

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Old

    4:41

    Old have memories to keep all cold away.
    What is that you say?
    No sense to dwell.
    Old, are you ridiculed and fumed away,
    No attention paid?
    I thought as much. Yes and the dumb patriots have their say,
    Only see their way.
    Nothing to sell.
    And worse from us, so obvious,
    Preposterous, when you think of the time that each has spent.
    Words heaven sent and truly meant to show
    Old, may I sit down here and learn today?
    I'll hear all you say.
    I won't go away.

  • Dexys Midnight Runners Ill Show You

    2:41

    From the 1982 album Too - Rye - Ay

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - The Ocasional Flicker

    5:50

    Don't Stand Me Now

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Jackie Wilson said

    3:09

  • Dexys Midnight Runners - Peel Session 1980

    14:58

    The complete session recorded by Dexy's Midnight Runners on 26 February 1980 for the John Peel show on BBC Radio 1 and broadcast on 13 March 1980. This recording is taken from the repeat on 5 May 1980.

    Tracklist:

    1. The Horse (0:09)
    2. (Tell Me When My) Light Turns Green (2:34)
    3. Geno (6:25)
    4. Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache (10:36)

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