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SUNDAY REPLAY – Playlist 24th July 2011

For a fourth time this year I was delighted to have the opportunity to play some of my favourite “oldies” on THE SUNDAY REPLAY yesterday.

“OLD TIME ROCK ‘N ROLL” by Bob Segar set the scene which was quickly followed by Robert Palmer’s signature tune, “ADDICTED TO LOVE” and the anthem for Laura Brannigan, “GLORIA”.

Next up was Sister Sledge with the extended version of “WE ARE FAMILY” and then it was the turn of the BOSS, Bruce Springstein with “GLORY DAYS”, followed quickly by Stevie Wonder’s “UPTIGHT, OUTTA SIGHT”.

At the midway point in the first hour we had a bit of a change of pace with Faith Hill’s “THE WAY YOU LOVE ME”, “BOTH SIDES NOW” from Judy Collins, Maria McKee’s song from the 1990 film “DAYS OF THUNDER” – “SHOW ME HEAVEN” and the Carpenters’ 1972 hit “GOODBYE TO LOVE”.

Winding up the first hour it was Hall & Oates version of the Righteous Brothers classic, “YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING”, “IF I HAD YOU” by The Korgis and the 1981 very soulful song, “TEMPTED” by Squeeze.

Proving that they still make great music today, the second hour opener Mika’s “WE ARE GOLDEN”, came from just a couple of years back. Bruce Hornsby and The Range were driving the next cab in the rank with “THE WAY IT IS” followed by The Stereophonics version of “HANDBAGS and GLADRAGS”.

Another change of pace saw “BABY WHEN YOU’RE GONE” by Bryan Adams and Mel C with the Doobey Bros in the slipstream with “CHINA GROVE” and Wilson Picket’s version of The Beatle’s 1969 classic, “HEY JUDE”.

Being determined not to go out with a whimper, the final half hour was launched by Steve Winwood and “TAKE IT AS IT COMES” followed by a clutch of absolute stonkers. First up we had Huey Lewis and the News with “HIP TO BE SQUARE” swiftly followed by “GET OUTTA MY DREAMS” from Billy Ocean, Marvin Gaye’s “CAN I GET A WITNESS” and “NOWHERE TO RUN” from Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

Our closing songs were “BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN” from Living in A Box and “ROAD RUNNER” by Jnr Walker and the Allstars.

Once again it was great to be able to play some of the best songs that have been released over the past half century. If you enjoyed this music half as much as I enjoyed playing it, you will hopefully have had a great Sunday afternoon.

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SUNDAY REPLAY – Playlist 24th July 2011

For a fourth time this year I was delighted to have the opportunity to play some of my favourite “oldies” on THE SUNDAY REPLAY yesterday.

“OLD TIME ROCK ‘N ROLL” by Bob Segar set the scene which was quickly followed by Robert Palmer’s signature tune, “ADDICTED TO LOVE” and the anthem for Laura Brannigan, “GLORIA”.

Next up was Sister Sledge with the extended version of “WE ARE FAMILY” and then it was the turn of the BOSS, Bruce Springstein with “GLORY DAYS”, followed quickly by Stevie Wonder’s “UPTIGHT, OUTTA SIGHT”.

At the midway point in the first hour we had a bit of a change of pace with Faith Hill’s “THE WAY YOU LOVE ME”, “BOTH SIDES NOW” from Judy Collins, Maria McKee’s song from the 1990 film “DAYS OF THUNDER” – “SHOW ME HEAVEN” and the Carpenters’ 1972 hit “GOODBYE TO LOVE”.

Winding up the first hour it was Hall & Oates version of the Righteous Brothers classic, “YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING”, “IF I HAD YOU” by The Korgis and the 1981 very soulful song, “TEMPTED” by Squeeze.

Proving that they still make great music today, the second hour opener Mika’s “WE ARE GOLDEN”, came from just a couple of years back. Bruce Hornsby and The Range were driving the next cab in the rank with “THE WAY IT IS” followed by The Stereophonics version of “HANDBAGS and GLADRAGS”.

Another change of pace saw “BABY WHEN YOU’RE GONE” by Bryan Adams and Mel C with the Doobey Bros in the slipstream with “CHINA GROVE” and Wilson Picket’s version of The Beatle’s 1969 classic, “HEY JUDE”.

Being determined not to go out with a whimper, the final half hour was launched by Steve Winwood and “TAKE IT AS IT COMES” followed by a clutch of absolute stonkers. First up we had Huey Lewis and the News with “HIP TO BE SQUARE” swiftly followed by “GET OUTTA MY DREAMS” from Billy Ocean, Marvin Gaye’s “CAN I GET A WITNESS” and “NOWHERE TO RUN” from Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

Our closing songs were “BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN” from Living in A Box and “ROAD RUNNER” by Jnr Walker and the Allstars.

Once again it was great to be able to play some of the best songs that have been released over the past half century. If you enjoyed this music half as much as I enjoyed playing it, you will hopefully have had a great Sunday afternoon.

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SUNDAY REPLAY – Playlist 24th July 2011

For a fourth time this year I was delighted to have the opportunity to play some of my favourite “oldies” on THE SUNDAY REPLAY yesterday.

“OLD TIME ROCK ‘N ROLL” by Bob Segar set the scene which was quickly followed by Robert Palmer’s signature tune, “ADDICTED TO LOVE” and the anthem for Laura Brannigan, “GLORIA”.

Next up was Sister Sledge with the extended version of “WE ARE FAMILY” and then it was the turn of the BOSS, Bruce Springstein with “GLORY DAYS”, followed quickly by Stevie Wonder’s “UPTIGHT, OUTTA SIGHT”.

At the midway point in the first hour we had a bit of a change of pace with Faith Hill’s “THE WAY YOU LOVE ME”, “BOTH SIDES NOW” from Judy Collins, Maria McKee’s song from the 1990 film “DAYS OF THUNDER” – “SHOW ME HEAVEN” and the Carpenters’ 1972 hit “GOODBYE TO LOVE”.

Winding up the first hour it was Hall & Oates version of the Righteous Brothers classic, “YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING”, “IF I HAD YOU” by The Korgis and the 1981 very soulful song, “TEMPTED” by Squeeze.

Proving that they still make great music today, the second hour opener Mika’s “WE ARE GOLDEN”, came from just a couple of years back. Bruce Hornsby and The Range were driving the next cab in the rank with “THE WAY IT IS” followed by The Stereophonics version of “HANDBAGS and GLADRAGS”.

Another change of pace saw “BABY WHEN YOU’RE GONE” by Bryan Adams and Mel C with the Doobey Bros in the slipstream with “CHINA GROVE” and Wilson Picket’s version of The Beatle’s 1969 classic, “HEY JUDE”.

Being determined not to go out with a whimper, the final half hour was launched by Steve Winwood and “TAKE IT AS IT COMES” followed by a clutch of absolute stonkers. First up we had Huey Lewis and the News with “HIP TO BE SQUARE” swiftly followed by “GET OUTTA MY DREAMS” from Billy Ocean, Marvin Gaye’s “CAN I GET A WITNESS” and “NOWHERE TO RUN” from Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

Our closing songs were “BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN” from Living in A Box and “ROAD RUNNER” by Jnr Walker and the Allstars.

Once again it was great to be able to play some of the best songs that have been released over the past half century. If you enjoyed this music half as much as I enjoyed playing it, you will hopefully have had a great Sunday afternoon.

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SUNDAY REPLAY – Playlist 24th July 2011

For a fourth time this year I was delighted to have the opportunity to play some of my favourite “oldies” on THE SUNDAY REPLAY yesterday.

“OLD TIME ROCK ‘N ROLL” by Bob Segar set the scene which was quickly followed by Robert Palmer’s signature tune, “ADDICTED TO LOVE” and the anthem for Laura Brannigan, “GLORIA”.

Next up was Sister Sledge with the extended version of “WE ARE FAMILY” and then it was the turn of the BOSS, Bruce Springstein with “GLORY DAYS”, followed quickly by Stevie Wonder’s “UPTIGHT, OUTTA SIGHT”.

At the midway point in the first hour we had a bit of a change of pace with Faith Hill’s “THE WAY YOU LOVE ME”, “BOTH SIDES NOW” from Judy Collins, Maria McKee’s song from the 1990 film “DAYS OF THUNDER” – “SHOW ME HEAVEN” and the Carpenters’ 1972 hit “GOODBYE TO LOVE”.

Winding up the first hour it was Hall & Oates version of the Righteous Brothers classic, “YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING”, “IF I HAD YOU” by The Korgis and the 1981 very soulful song, “TEMPTED” by Squeeze.

Proving that they still make great music today, the second hour opener Mika’s “WE ARE GOLDEN”, came from just a couple of years back. Bruce Hornsby and The Range were driving the next cab in the rank with “THE WAY IT IS” followed by The Stereophonics version of “HANDBAGS and GLADRAGS”.

Another change of pace saw “BABY WHEN YOU’RE GONE” by Bryan Adams and Mel C with the Doobey Bros in the slipstream with “CHINA GROVE” and Wilson Picket’s version of The Beatle’s 1969 classic, “HEY JUDE”.

Being determined not to go out with a whimper, the final half hour was launched by Steve Winwood and “TAKE IT AS IT COMES” followed by a clutch of absolute stonkers. First up we had Huey Lewis and the News with “HIP TO BE SQUARE” swiftly followed by “GET OUTTA MY DREAMS” from Billy Ocean, Marvin Gaye’s “CAN I GET A WITNESS” and “NOWHERE TO RUN” from Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

Our closing songs were “BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN” from Living in A Box and “ROAD RUNNER” by Jnr Walker and the Allstars.

Once again it was great to be able to play some of the best songs that have been released over the past half century. If you enjoyed this music half as much as I enjoyed playing it, you will hopefully have had a great Sunday afternoon.

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