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The Fabulous Fugitives And Their Review Featuring Michael Sharkey - What The World Needs mp3 track

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Performer: The Fabulous Fugitives And Their Review
Title: What The World Needs
Country: US
Released: 2011
Style: Funk
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Tracklist

A What The World Needs 2:44
B You Made Me Cry 2:35

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PAG-3111 The Fabulous Fugitives And Their Review* Featuring Michael Sharkey The Fabulous Fugitives And Their Review* Featuring Michael Sharkey - What The World Needs / You Made Me Cry ‎(7") J'Ace PAG-3111 US 1975


Feargal Sharkey is the first solo album of former Undertones singer Feargal Sharkey. Richard Morcombe - guitar. Davey Payne - flute, saxophone. Dave Plews - trumpet. Patrick Seymour - keyboards. Molly Duncan - saxophone.

Their future success seemed in doubt, and the show-with its glaring lights, sparkling costumes, and rampant cheesiness-was a Vegas-style extravaganza that played to well-worn pleasures. One recurring segment called " On the Wall " saw Michael inviting various guest hosts to sign a fake brick facade and do a little dance before everyone eventually ended up in a frozen ta-dah! pose  . I should be a new incredible actor singer dancer that will shock the world. I will do no interviews.

Their ultimate crisis arrives on attending a party where Kate Moss is to be found, chatting to Jon Hamm. Absolutely Fabulous is reasonably good fun – although I would have liked to see a dramatisation of the classic Kate Moss anecdote, doing a dystopia-chic fashion shoot in a ruined building and being told by a timid assistant that the only toilets she could use were ones with no doors. Moss replied: Well, how am I supposed to get in, then?

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If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be? Air travel? Education? . I went to Rwanda with Save the Children to support their No Child Born to Die campaign, says Ruth Clemens, creator of The Pink Whisk. The conditions I saw there were unbelievable. When I came back I was very angry with the world, and it has been difficult to deal with that. There is such inequality, pain and suffering in the world, including in the UK. There’s also a huge feeling of apathy for the charities trying to change things. If I could change one thing it would be for more people to support charities, and I’m not talking monetary donations.