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Sunday Replay – 31st July 2011

I had the pleasure of covering Sunday Replay today and we started off the show with 10cc and Dreadlock Holiday  followed by the well known Take On Me by A1.
Elvis Presley’s Viva Las Vegas led us onto The Beach Boys with Good Vibrations, after which Nat King Cole’s Mon Lisa played.

Next up was Blondie and Heart of Glass, and then one of the top played songs at parties and weddings, Celebration, by Kool And The Gang, proved why it was so popular.
After Price with Kiss I played a few dance tracks for you such as Y.M.C.A by The Village People, Staying Alive by Bee Gee’s and then Dancing in the Street by  David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

Guns and Roses’ Sweet Child of mine started the seconded hour of the show, followed by Chuck Berry with You can Never Tell and Meatloaf with Dead Ringer for Love.

Lady Gaga has recently said she gets inspiration from style and music Icon Madonna, so next I played Like a Prayer by Madonna herself and Alejandro by Gaga. I then played a more modern song by Jessie J- Nobody’s perfect followed by a blast of the 60’s with Jimi Hendrix who is part of club 27, which Amy Winehouse has sadly joined recently so her track Tears dry on Their Own played next as a Tribute.

Coming to the end of the show, Elton John’s collaboration with Leann Rimes, Written in the stars was before the news that Katherine Jackson is planning a Tribute show for her son Michael. Most of the Jackson’s are behind her, however Randy and Jermaine think it’s ill timed. The reason for this is the date of the concert will be two weeks into the trail of Conrad Murray, who is the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to the star’s death. Therefore I thought I would remind us of the good times the Jackson family have had by playing Blame it On The Boogie.

To end the show we had a bit of girl power with Gloria Gaynor with I Will Survive and Whitney Houston’s My Love is Your Love.

Even-though I wasn’t born when most of these songs came out I still enjoyed playing and listening to them this week and hope you did too!

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Sunday Replay – 31st July 2011

I had the pleasure of covering Sunday Replay today and we started off the show with 10cc and Dreadlock Holiday  followed by the well known Take On Me by A1.
Elvis Presley’s Viva Las Vegas led us onto The Beach Boys with Good Vibrations, after which Nat King Cole’s Mon Lisa played.

Next up was Blondie and Heart of Glass, and then one of the top played songs at parties and weddings, Celebration, by Kool And The Gang, proved why it was so popular.
After Price with Kiss I played a few dance tracks for you such as Y.M.C.A by The Village People, Staying Alive by Bee Gee’s and then Dancing in the Street by  David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

Guns and Roses’ Sweet Child of mine started the seconded hour of the show, followed by Chuck Berry with You can Never Tell and Meatloaf with Dead Ringer for Love.

Lady Gaga has recently said she gets inspiration from style and music Icon Madonna, so next I played Like a Prayer by Madonna herself and Alejandro by Gaga. I then played a more modern song by Jessie J- Nobody’s perfect followed by a blast of the 60’s with Jimi Hendrix who is part of club 27, which Amy Winehouse has sadly joined recently so her track Tears dry on Their Own played next as a Tribute.

Coming to the end of the show, Elton John’s collaboration with Leann Rimes, Written in the stars was before the news that Katherine Jackson is planning a Tribute show for her son Michael. Most of the Jackson’s are behind her, however Randy and Jermaine think it’s ill timed. The reason for this is the date of the concert will be two weeks into the trail of Conrad Murray, who is the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to the star’s death. Therefore I thought I would remind us of the good times the Jackson family have had by playing Blame it On The Boogie.

To end the show we had a bit of girl power with Gloria Gaynor with I Will Survive and Whitney Houston’s My Love is Your Love.

Even-though I wasn’t born when most of these songs came out I still enjoyed playing and listening to them this week and hope you did too!

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Sunday Replay – 31st July 2011

I had the pleasure of covering Sunday Replay today and we started off the show with 10cc and Dreadlock Holiday  followed by the well known Take On Me by A1.
Elvis Presley’s Viva Las Vegas led us onto The Beach Boys with Good Vibrations, after which Nat King Cole’s Mon Lisa played.

Next up was Blondie and Heart of Glass, and then one of the top played songs at parties and weddings, Celebration, by Kool And The Gang, proved why it was so popular.
After Price with Kiss I played a few dance tracks for you such as Y.M.C.A by The Village People, Staying Alive by Bee Gee’s and then Dancing in the Street by  David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

Guns and Roses’ Sweet Child of mine started the seconded hour of the show, followed by Chuck Berry with You can Never Tell and Meatloaf with Dead Ringer for Love.

Lady Gaga has recently said she gets inspiration from style and music Icon Madonna, so next I played Like a Prayer by Madonna herself and Alejandro by Gaga. I then played a more modern song by Jessie J- Nobody’s perfect followed by a blast of the 60’s with Jimi Hendrix who is part of club 27, which Amy Winehouse has sadly joined recently so her track Tears dry on Their Own played next as a Tribute.

Coming to the end of the show, Elton John’s collaboration with Leann Rimes, Written in the stars was before the news that Katherine Jackson is planning a Tribute show for her son Michael. Most of the Jackson’s are behind her, however Randy and Jermaine think it’s ill timed. The reason for this is the date of the concert will be two weeks into the trail of Conrad Murray, who is the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to the star’s death. Therefore I thought I would remind us of the good times the Jackson family have had by playing Blame it On The Boogie.

To end the show we had a bit of girl power with Gloria Gaynor with I Will Survive and Whitney Houston’s My Love is Your Love.

Even-though I wasn’t born when most of these songs came out I still enjoyed playing and listening to them this week and hope you did too!

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Sunday Replay – 31st July 2011

I had the pleasure of covering Sunday Replay today and we started off the show with 10cc and Dreadlock Holiday  followed by the well known Take On Me by A1.
Elvis Presley’s Viva Las Vegas led us onto The Beach Boys with Good Vibrations, after which Nat King Cole’s Mon Lisa played.

Next up was Blondie and Heart of Glass, and then one of the top played songs at parties and weddings, Celebration, by Kool And The Gang, proved why it was so popular.
After Price with Kiss I played a few dance tracks for you such as Y.M.C.A by The Village People, Staying Alive by Bee Gee’s and then Dancing in the Street by  David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

Guns and Roses’ Sweet Child of mine started the seconded hour of the show, followed by Chuck Berry with You can Never Tell and Meatloaf with Dead Ringer for Love.

Lady Gaga has recently said she gets inspiration from style and music Icon Madonna, so next I played Like a Prayer by Madonna herself and Alejandro by Gaga. I then played a more modern song by Jessie J- Nobody’s perfect followed by a blast of the 60’s with Jimi Hendrix who is part of club 27, which Amy Winehouse has sadly joined recently so her track Tears dry on Their Own played next as a Tribute.

Coming to the end of the show, Elton John’s collaboration with Leann Rimes, Written in the stars was before the news that Katherine Jackson is planning a Tribute show for her son Michael. Most of the Jackson’s are behind her, however Randy and Jermaine think it’s ill timed. The reason for this is the date of the concert will be two weeks into the trail of Conrad Murray, who is the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to the star’s death. Therefore I thought I would remind us of the good times the Jackson family have had by playing Blame it On The Boogie.

To end the show we had a bit of girl power with Gloria Gaynor with I Will Survive and Whitney Houston’s My Love is Your Love.

Even-though I wasn’t born when most of these songs came out I still enjoyed playing and listening to them this week and hope you did too!

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