"To me, the '80s were characterized by overwhelming generosity and kindness. Prior to Live Aid, people had been participating in this phenomenon for months. 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' was sold in butcher shops all during Christmas. For whatever reason, this song - not a particularly good song - tapped into a groundswell of compassion. We never said we'd eliminate world hunger, but we could draw attention to a monstrous human crime, a moral and intellectual absurdity. It worked." - Bob Geldof
12/15/2021 01:29:37 pm
Fabulous song to raise money for starving people
1/8/2022 08:46:51 am
This was part our relationship and religious faith and belief and a day of the year for it live aid and the others before and artists at the a sad point again to find purpose not demonstration and in time to act and serve again mr geldorph started something this never had and seen the noble peace prize winners like one a musician the value of it now it's not aids or the present covid to me it's the sad blacks with beatens and retarded killed and the basic vote ruined by jewish no one knew all lives killed and your life scarred in one or two of your senses and killed by jewsih doctors
1/9/2022 02:28:39 am
Paul Craig stop talking utter rubbish you lunatic, suit your better to learn how to write as well.
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