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Choon Choosday: Barry Manilow – Copacabana

11 April, 2017

Shocking surprise news last week, the legend that is Bazmow has come out. I know, whodathunkit? In recognition of this revelation, I am delighted to share the high point of his career. This is probably the nearest thing I have to a guilty musical pleasure, except there is no music I like that I guilty about.

I’ve always loved this song, and one of the first times I ever did karaoke, I treated the pub to my rendition of this bad boy. But of course nobody could come anywhere close to Bazza, and here is a truly wonderful performance. Even if youre not a fan, you can’t help but admire those sleeves.

It’s a classic, it’s a

chooooooooooooooooonn!!

 

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One Comment
  1. Sleeves,,,well yes…there are those….lol

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