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Back to the 80’s – Timeless

We all remember the time when the movie ‘Back to the Future’ was popular.  The movie was about a typical American teenager of the Eighties, is accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean “time machine” invented by a slightly mad scientist.

That’s how I wish I could turn back time and go back to the 80’s. Of course, there is no time-machine available but If I could, I will go to every Cyndi Lauper concert imaginable.

Instead, in the last few months, I started to re-visit those years.

I acquired this new Turntable to play my favorite albums.

Victrola Turntable
Victrola Turntable

I have now started my collection of 80’s albums and proud to buy all Cyndi’s Lauper records. I have acquired some interesting LPs (33’s and 45’s) that I never had before. I remember the records I bought back in the ’80s cost me $15 dollars and for a teenager in the ’80s, that was a lot of money to spend on a record.

Here I was playing the drums with my Rock n’ Roll band from high school. On the background, I am wearing a hand-made T-shirt of Cyndi’s Lauper face.

I wish I could go "back in time" to when Cyndi first performed in the 83s.

Cyndi Lauper voice is absolutely timeless. What a beautiful and talented woman.

The ’80s was a phenomenal time to be young. There will never be a wonderful decade like it again.

I remember watching this ‘eccentric’ woman, dressed up with colorful clothing and colorful hair and I just wanted to be like her.  As her first LP record, “She’s so Unusual”,  she was a female vocalist/singer with a first debut album to achieve four top-five hits on the Billboard Hot 100.

Thank you for all your wonderful music and thank you for bringing so much happiness and happy memories into my life. We love you…

Website: https://cyndilauper.com/

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