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Hearing only bad news on the radio… – Feelgood Saturday 24th September

Elliot caught up live this morning with the Martyr’s Walk taking place in the centre of Brentwood to commemorate the final days and hours of William Hunter, the “Boy Martyr” who organiser of the walk Mark Reed spoke about on last week’s show.

We also played two songs this morning that were Acceptable in the 80s – UK top 40 hit singles that you probably haven’t heard in a while. My clues to the first one were that despite releasing 7 albums, this political song was the band’s only top 40 single, and they weren’t hearing any good news on the radio; the other song, from 1989, was a medley of two songs by 70s rockers Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of which was covered again in 1994 by Big Mountain.*

*Acceptable in the 80s were Radio Africa by Latin Quarter and Will to Power’s Baby I love your way/Freebird.

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Hearing only bad news on the radio… – Feelgood Saturday 24th September

Elliot caught up live this morning with the Martyr’s Walk taking place in the centre of Brentwood to commemorate the final days and hours of William Hunter, the “Boy Martyr” who organiser of the walk Mark Reed spoke about on last week’s show.

We also played two songs this morning that were Acceptable in the 80s – UK top 40 hit singles that you probably haven’t heard in a while. My clues to the first one were that despite releasing 7 albums, this political song was the band’s only top 40 single, and they weren’t hearing any good news on the radio; the other song, from 1989, was a medley of two songs by 70s rockers Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of which was covered again in 1994 by Big Mountain.*

*Acceptable in the 80s were Radio Africa by Latin Quarter and Will to Power’s Baby I love your way/Freebird.

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Hearing only bad news on the radio… – Feelgood Saturday 24th September

Elliot caught up live this morning with the Martyr’s Walk taking place in the centre of Brentwood to commemorate the final days and hours of William Hunter, the “Boy Martyr” who organiser of the walk Mark Reed spoke about on last week’s show.

We also played two songs this morning that were Acceptable in the 80s – UK top 40 hit singles that you probably haven’t heard in a while. My clues to the first one were that despite releasing 7 albums, this political song was the band’s only top 40 single, and they weren’t hearing any good news on the radio; the other song, from 1989, was a medley of two songs by 70s rockers Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of which was covered again in 1994 by Big Mountain.*

*Acceptable in the 80s were Radio Africa by Latin Quarter and Will to Power’s Baby I love your way/Freebird.

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Hearing only bad news on the radio… – Feelgood Saturday 24th September

Elliot caught up live this morning with the Martyr’s Walk taking place in the centre of Brentwood to commemorate the final days and hours of William Hunter, the “Boy Martyr” who organiser of the walk Mark Reed spoke about on last week’s show.

We also played two songs this morning that were Acceptable in the 80s – UK top 40 hit singles that you probably haven’t heard in a while. My clues to the first one were that despite releasing 7 albums, this political song was the band’s only top 40 single, and they weren’t hearing any good news on the radio; the other song, from 1989, was a medley of two songs by 70s rockers Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of which was covered again in 1994 by Big Mountain.*

*Acceptable in the 80s were Radio Africa by Latin Quarter and Will to Power’s Baby I love your way/Freebird.

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