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The ULTIMATE Playlist (Final Show)

This week marked the final Perfect Playlist show and boy did we celebrate!

Firstly, we have to conclude the ongoing bants bananza with cheeky Charlie off of Drive.

Over the last 3 months or so, since Charlie took over the drive show, he’s been being very cheeky! Finding all sorts of completely innocent clips of other presenters, quite often yours truly, and played them out of context to make them sound all rude!

I’d tried in the past to get him back, first with his own “Innuendo Charlie” mix:

But that didn’t work, he still kept coming back with more little clips, even cutting up a paragraph of me saying “You can have a semibreve, a crotchet or a quaver, which they’d call a Full, Half or Quarter” when describing the real musical terms for those notes you could use on an old Nokia to make yourself a ringtone, into “You can have a semi full crotch”! So I tried another tact and came up with his very own “Mambo Charlie” where I cut up all his famous and common expressions in place of the girly names:

But I never really won. Until Today!!!!

 

Yes! I played a game with Charlie and my special guest Justin, where I played both of them completely innocent previously broadcast chat, and censored it in certain strategic places to make it sound like it might have been a little bit rude (when it wasn’t!). I asked the chaps to guess what the real words had been, before I censored it.

You can listen to that game and following on from that, the whole final last ever most awesome totally ultimate ULTIMATE PERFECT PLAYLIST here: (yes… a little emosh)

Justin was my very first guest back when the show started and he very kindly came back for the last show. This time, instead of bringing his own perfect playlist (for a second time) he helped me sort through all the answers we’ve ever had and select our ultimate playlist.

 

I’ll be honest, we totally threw the rule book out the window! We also invited a very large group of people to pop up once in a while to clap or play trumpets, but other than that they were very quiet……

 

It’s been a blast – Thanks for listening!

Naomi


The Perfect Playlist – Richard Hayden

This week’s guest, Richard Hayden, describes his Perfect Playlist when he joined us on Tuesday 4th April to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best workout track:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Richard is recently retired and has been enjoying music for many years. He plays keyboard, guitar, cello, and basically any other instrument reliant on strings. He comes from Copthorne  and has a wonderfully eclectic and broad taste in music. His choice for number 9 was especially unexpected and brilliant! Hold on tight as he takes us through his choices on the Perfect playlist, Listen below 🙂

 


The Perfect Playlist – Millennium!

 

This week we celebrated all things the year 2000 and chose our songs only from that year! Each week we answer the same 9 questions with a song. Those questions are:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Work out Track:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

So which songs did we chose to truly celebrate the year 2000?

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Madison Avenue – Don’t Call Me Baby
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Bob the builder – Can we fix it?
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Kylie Manogue – Spinning around (for Charlie Davy) AND Blink 182 – All the small things (for Sue Mills)
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Ronan Keating – Life Is A Rollercoaster
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Oxide & Neutrino – bound 4 the reload (Casualty)
6 Best Summer Anthem: STOMP – Steps
7 Best Work out Track: Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight)
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Westlife – I Have A Dream / Seasons In The Sun
9 Best cover version you know of: Porcelain (originally Moby in year 2000) by 48th St Collective

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Best of British

First Things First….

Before we can even begin to talk about this weeks show we have to yet again, but thankfully for the last time, address the Charlie in the room…

Cheeky Charlie Davey (naughty Charlie as I now call him) from the Drive show has been picking on me for 3 weeks now…. He’s been catching me out with unwitting innuendo, cutting up things I say to make them sound silly and force-playing them to me! Well, I though I had got my revenge last week but he got me back way worse. So the ball was in my court… This is what I came up with:

Sadly however, yet again, I LOST! He had yet again gone one step further and caught me out so much worse. You can hear the painful moment on the best/worst of Drive on Friday. In the meantime, thankfully we’ve now agreed to a truce, so, all being well, I’M FREEEE!!!!

Anyway, back to this weeks playlist…

The Perfect Playlist – Best of British!

This week we celebrated all things GB and answered the WHOLE playlist exclusively with brilliant British bands. Those questions are:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Work out Track:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

So which songs did we chose to truly celebrate Grrrreat Britain in all it’s glory?

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Queen – Don’t stop me now
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Radiohead – creep
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Blur – charmless man
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Beatles – a hard day’s night AND Elton John circle of life
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Spice girls – who do you think you are
6 Best Summer Anthem: Cliff Richard – Summer Holiday
7 Best Work out Track: Katy B – lights on
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Hear’Say – Pure and Simple
9 Best cover version you know of: Stella Starlight Trio – Can’t buy me love  AND Amy Winehouse, Our day will come
also played as part of our British bangers:
Big Spender: Shirley Bassey
The Reflex: Duran Duran
You Can’t Hurry Love: Phil Collins
Stockholm Syndrome: Muse
7 Days: Craig David
Let’s Dance: David Bowie
I’ll Be Ok: McFly
Amazing: George Michael
Paradise: Coldplay
What makes you beautiful: One Direction

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – BOY POWER!

First Things First….

Before we can even begin to talk about this weeks show we have to address the Charlie in the room…

Cheeky Charlie Davey from the Drive show has been picking on me for 2 weeks now…. He’s been catching me out with unwitting innuendo and force-playing them to me, just to make me squirm! Well, I though I had got my revenge this week with this little labour of love:

 

Sadly however all this work was fruitless as he had yet again gone one step further and caught me out so much worse. Will this nightmare ever end?  I must have my revenge!  Anyway, back to the playlist…

The Perfect Playlist – BOY POWER!

This week we celebrated all things BOY and answered the WHOLE playlist exclusively with boy bands. Those questions are:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Work out Track:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

So which songs did we chose to truly celebrate Girl power in all it’s glory?

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Five – Keep on Moving
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Boyzone – when the going get’s tough (the tough get going)
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Busted – Sleeping with the light on
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Hanson – Mmmbop
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Backstreet boys – Everybody
6 Best Summer Anthem: N-Sync – I want you back
7 Best Work out Track:  Take That featuring Lulu – Relight my fire
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Wham! – Wake me up before you gogo
9 Best cover version you know of: Westlife – Uptown girl 

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – GIRL POWER

This week we celebrated all things GIRL and answered the WHOLE playlist exclusively with girl bands and female artists. Those questions are:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Work out Track:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

So which songs did we chose to truly celebrate Girl power in all it’s glory?

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Jumpin’ Jumpin’, Destiny’s Child
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Emotions, Maria Carey
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Mama, Spice Girls, Dedicated to Mums everywhere!
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: R.E.S.P.E.C.T, Aretha Franklin
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Toxic, Britney Spears
6 Best Summer Anthem: Pure shores, All Saints
7 Best Workout track: Don’t Stop The Music, Rihanna
8 Best song from a band that is no more: All the things she said, T.A.T.U AND Waterfalls, TLC AND Love Machine, Girls Aloud
9 Best cover version you know of: I will always love you, Whitney houston

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – 2007

 

 

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:

2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:

3 A special song to dedicate to someone special:

4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:

5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:

6 Best Summer Anthem:

7 Best work out track:

8 Best song from a band that is no more:

9 Best cover version you know of:

The songs we chose this week, from 2007 were:

  1. Candy Man, Christina Aguilera
  2. Linkin Park, What I’ve done
  3. She’s so lovely , Scouting for girls (for **)
  4. Ruby, Kaiser Cheifs
  5. Gimmy More, Brittany Spears
  6. Rhianna, Umbrella
  7. Standing in the way of control, The gossip
  8. Sugababes Vs Girls aloud, Walk this way
  9. Mark Ronson (Ft Amy Winehouse) Valerie

 

This week we delved into the year 2007 to find the answers to those big 9 questions that make up our Perfect Playlist

 


The Perfect Playlist – Reflections

The winners so far….

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: September, by Earth, Wind and fire (From Sue Mills)
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Don’t you worry ’bout a thing, by Stevie Wonder (From Andrea Barns)
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Photograph, by Ed Sheeran (From Penny Seithal)
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Africa, by Toto (From Emily White)
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Baggy Trousers, by Madness (From Sue Mills)
6 Best Summer Anthem: Jamming, by Bob Marley and the Wailers (From Michelle Ward)
7 Best Work Out Track: …….No winner so far…. Eye of the tiger???? (that was mine…)
8 Best song from a band that is no more: It’s the end of the world as we know it, by REM (From Dan Dempsy)
9 Best cover version you know of: So many choices… maybe you have a better one????

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Think you can topple these winners off the Ultimate Playlist?

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The Perfect Playlist – Sue Mills

 

This week’s guest, Sue Mills, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 16th January to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Sue is a tutor (previously primary school teacher) with a flare for facepainting and glitter. She comes from Suffolk and moved to Brentwood back in her uni days where she met her husband in the “Romance portacabin” (love shack!). Her taste in music is wonderfully nostalgic, hold on tight as she takes us through her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: September, Earth Wind and Fire
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: 3 Little Birds, Bob Marley
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Love Shack – to all those people who remember the Romance Portacabin!
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Laurel and Hardy Trail of the lonesome pine
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Madness, Baggy Trousers
6 Best Summer Anthem: Chan Chan, Buena Vista Social Club
7 Best Workout track: Rhythm on the loose, break of dawn
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Stand, REM
9 Best cover version you know of: Black Hole Sun, Postmodern Jukebox

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Dan Dempsy

 

This week’s guest, Dan Dempsy, describes his Perfect Playlist when he joined us on Tuesday 9th January to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Dan comes from colchester where he works at Essex University as a bit of a greeny working on improving the Universities carbon footprint. He’s a 90’s music lover and proud and when he decides he likes a song he listens to it over and over. We asked Dan to indulge us with his choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what he chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: How gee, Black Machine
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Wandering Star, Portishead
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Bats in the attic, King Creosote
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: To the end, Blur
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: On a ragga tip, SL2
6 Best Summer Anthem: Second Hand News, Fleetwood mac
7 Best Workout track: Under control, Good shoes
8 Best song from a band that is no more: It’s the end of the world as we know it, REM
9 Best cover version you know of: Mrs Robinson, The Lemonheads

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Kal Ghazelah

 

This week my guest, Kal, shared with us how Hypnotherapy can help us deal with addictions, anxiety, panic attacks, or even just motivating ourselves. Sadly he was stuck in traffic for the first part of the show, which meant we had a bit of a Christmas-song-araaama while we waited. But boy was it worth the wait! Have a listen to Kal describing how hypnotherapy works, and have a look at his website www.hyprotherapy.co.uk if you’re interested in any of the possibilities this can offer. Kal also shared with us HIS perfect playlist…. here’s what he chose from our 9 all important questions:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight)
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Bobby McFerrin – Don’t worry be Happy
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Total Eclipse Of The Heart – Bonnie Tyler
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: John Lennon – Imagine
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Coolio – Gangsta’s Paradise
6 Best Summer Anthem: Blur – Parklife
7 Best Christmas Song: Dean Martin – Winter Wonderland
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Nirvana – Heart-Shaped Box
9 Best cover version you know of: Michael Bublé – Feeling Good

What would YOUR perfect playlist be? Get in touch! @Hammergirlheff
 

The Perfect Playlist – Andrea Barnes

This week’s guest, Andrea Barnes, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 12th December to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Andrea is a local Brentwoodonian working as a primary school teacher in Chelmsford. She has an eclectic taste in music ranging from motown to disco, to indie, to electronica and everything in between! She also makes electronica music herself as well as playing instruments like Saxophone, Violin, Piano….etc What a talent! We asked Andrea to indulge us with her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:  The Pressure by Frankie Knuckles and The Sounds of Blackness
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Stevie Wonder – Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing (from the Innervisions album)
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Let’s Groove – Earth Wind and Fire – Dedicated to the Homecare team at St Francis Hospice
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: True Faith – New Order
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Chaka Khan – I Feel For You.
6 Best Summer Anthem: Papua New Guinea by Future Sound of London
7 Best Christmas Song: War is over – Jon Lenon
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division
9 Best cover version you know of: Going Back To My Roots – Richie Havens

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Penny Seithel

 

This week’s guest, Penny Seithel, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 5th December to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Penny is a local gal with a background in training and an overflowing faith in God. Originally from Atlanta, she moved to the UK a few donkeys ago and met her now husband Gary. We asked Penny to indulge us with her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: How will I know – Whitney Houston
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Ain’t no mountain high enough – Marvin Gaye
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Photograph – Ed Sheeran  dedicated to Gary Seithel
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Livin’ on a prayer – Bon Jovi
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Celebration – kool and the Gang
6 Best Summer Anthem: Better When I’m Dancing – Meghan Trainor
7 Best Christmas Song: Noel – Lauren Daigle
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Jesus Loves me (acoustic) – Whitney Houston
9 Best cover version you know of: Hallelujah – Pentatonix

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Reflections

This week’s special edition of the Perfect Playlist takes a trip down memory lane re-visiting the song choices made over the last few weeks as we work on our ever evolving “Ultimate” playlist. We also took a little winding road journey down my top 5 “rediscovery” list. Enjoy!

Naomi’s “Rediscovery Top 5”

A top 5 list of those epic songs recently rediscovered and loved all over again:

  1. Desafinado – George Michael and Astrud Gilberto
  2. No Ordinary Love – Sade
  3. Take good care of my heart – Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson
  4. Tallulah – Jamiroquai
  5. Sunrise – Simply Red

The Perfect Playlist: Ultimate Selections

So far, we have 4 “ultimate” selections successfully made, leaving 5 openings for our next set of guests to suggest songs for…

The winners so far….

2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: ME!! Avril Lavigne – I’m with you
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Emily White. Toto – Africa
6 Best Summer Anthem: Michelle Ward. Jamming – Bob Marley and the Wailers
8 Best song from a band that is no more:  Justin Wheelhouse. Reach – S Club 7
We are yet to decide on ultimate choices for the rest of the playlist, here are the questions we haven’t yet decided on, and the current shortlist:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: 

  • This Week’s Offering: M People – Moving on up
  • Emily White: Roots Manuva – Witness
  • Michelle Ward: Marvin Gaye – My love is waiting
  • Justin Wheelhouse: Dario G – Sunchyme
  • Original Selection: Wigfield – Saturday Night

3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:

  • This Week’s Offering: The Reflex – Duran Duran – dedicated to Guy Hefford
  • Emily White: 99 Problems [clean] Jay-Z – dedicated to Dan Dempsy
  • Michelle Ward: Quincy Jones – Something special – dedicated to Mystery new buddy (?!)
  • Justin Wheelhouse: Fairground Attraction – Perfect dedicated to Becky Hobden
  • Original Selection: Jill Scott ft Anthony Hamilton, So in love

 

5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:

  • This Week’s Offering: Scatman John – Scatman (ski-ba-bop-ba-dop-bop)
  • Emily White: Rednex – Cotton eyed joe
  • Michelle Ward: Michael Jackson – Billy Jean
  • Justin Wheelhouse: Belinda Carlisle – Heaven Is a Place on Earth
  • Original Selection: PJ and Duncan, Let’s get ready to Rhumble

7 Best Christmas Song: Temporary Selection …. But just for fun, here’s the line up:

  • This Week’s Offering: Wham! – last Christmas… AND Chris Rea – Driving home for Christmas
  • Emily White: Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
  • Michelle Ward: Bing Crosby – White Christmas
  • Justin Wheelhouse: Boney M – Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord
  • Original Selection: The Darkness, Christmas time (don’t let the bells end)

9 Best cover version you know of:

  • This Week’s Offering: Ituana – Smells like teen spirit … AND Karen Souza – Creep
  • Emily White: Junip – The ghost of Tom Joad
  • Michelle Ward: Lianne Carol – You’ve changed
  • Justin Wheelhouse: Avicii – Feeling Good
  • Original Selection: Jamie Cullum, Frontin’

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Emily White

 

This week’s guest, Emily White, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 21st November to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Emily is a Music Therapist from Colchester. She sings, plays guitar, piano, sax… and many more instruments. Emily regaled us with stories of bands and music and taught us all about how Music Therapy can be used to help all sorts of people express themselves. Music engages more of the brain than anything else, so what better therapy could there be. We asked Emily to indulge us with her choices on the Perfect playlist, and here’s what she chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Roots Manuva – Witness
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Breathe – Cinematic Orchestra (Fontella Bass)
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: 99 Problems [clean] Jay-Z  dedicated to Dan Dempsy
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Toto – Africa
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Rednex – Cotton eyed joe
6 Best Summer Anthem: Sun Song – Laura Viers
7 Best Christmas Song: Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Fierce County – Ontario
9 Best cover version you know of: Junip – The ghost of Tom Joad

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Michelle Ward

 

This week’s guest, Michelle Ward, describes her Perfect Playlist when she joined us on Tuesday 14th November to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

 

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

Here’s what Michelle chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Marvin Gaye – My love is waiting 
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Norman Hutchins – I really love you
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Quincy Jones – Something special – dedicated to Mystery new buddy (?!)
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Chaka Khan – Ain’t Nobody
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Michael Jackson – Billy Jean
6 Best Summer Anthem: Bob Marley – Jamming
7 Best Christmas Song: Bing Crosby – White Christmas
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Thin Lizzy – Sarah
9 Best cover version you know of: Lianne Carol – You’ve changed

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Justin Wheelhouse

This week’s guest, Justin Wheelhouse, describes his Perfect Playlist when he joined us on Tuesday 7th November to answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

Part 1:

Part 2:

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

Here’s what Justin chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Dario G – Sunchyme 
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: REM – Everybody Hurts
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Fairground Attraction – Perfect dedicated to Becky Hobden
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: Belinda Carlisle – Heaven Is a Place on Earth
6 Best Summer Anthem: Sigma – Nobody to Love
7 Best Christmas Song: Boney M – Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord
8 Best song from a band that is no more: S Club 7 – Reach
9 Best cover version you know of: Avicii – Feeling Good

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

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The Perfect Playlist – Naomi Hefford

This week marks the first ever Perfect Playlist where we answer the big 9 questions…

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out:
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad:
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special:
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points:
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song:
6 Best Summer Anthem:
7 Best Christmas Song:
8 Best song from a band that is no more:
9 Best cover version you know of:

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

Well I had a go at answering all those questions, if you have a song for each question, get in touch for a chance to come on the show and share YOUR perfect playlist.

Here’s what I chose:

1 Best song to play when getting ready to go out: Wigfield, Saturday Night
2 Best song for when you are feeling sad: Avril Lavigne, I’m with you
3 A special song to dedicated to someone special: Jill Scott ft Anthony Hamilton, So in love
4 The song with the best Nostalgia points: Wheatus, A little Respect
5 Most awesome School Disco memory song: PJ and Duncan, Let’s get ready to Rhumble
6 Best Summer Anthem: Mungo Jerry, In the summer time
7 Best Christmas Song: The Darkness, Christmas time (don’t let the bells end)
8 Best song from a band that is no more: Beatles, Twist and shout
9 Best cover version you know of: Jamie Cullum, Frontin’

So… what would YOUR perfect playlist be?

 

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