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Royal Diamond Jubilee Connections and the Strawberry Fair

Celebrating The Royal Jubilee I dug around in my massive oldies sack for music with Royal Diamond Jubilee connections and came up with these tracks.
Spin Doctors – Two Princes
King – The Taste of Your Tears
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline
Prince – Diamonds and Pearls
Queen – Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
We had a look at some of the major events of 1952 the year that Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II. It was in that year that the Pop charts were first recorded but this didn’t start until late in the year. The best selling record of the year recorded in the charts was-
Al Martino – Here in My Heart
Westlife – Queen of my Heart
Crown Hearts Affair – You Gave me Love.
The Korgis – Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime

Queen Elizabeth II in 1952

Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down

Adam and the Ants – Prince Charming

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Amazing Grace

Gene Chandler – Duke of Earl

King – Love and Pride

Jim Diamond – I Should Have Known Better

The Beatles – Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds (Remixed version from Love album)

Paul Simon – Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

Prince – The Most Beautiful Girl in The World

Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds

The Who – Love Reign O’er Me

Windsor Davies and Don Estelle – Whispering Grass

Ann Stephens – Buckingham Palace (From 1941!)

Hayley Westernra – God Save The Queen

An extra hour of The Sunday Replay today gave us the opportunity to relive and review the Brentwood Strawberry Fair yesterday. A great time was had by all including several Phoenix FM presenters. The entertainment was hosted by Phoenix FM and in particular Tony Smith who did a great job keeping the crowds entertained in between many excellent local acts. We heard several interviews recorded on the day by many of the Phoenix presenters who were there on the day, interspersed with the following music –

Abba – Dancing Queen

Jamelia – See It in a Boy’s Eyes

Babybird – You’re Gorgeous

Jamie Cullum – These are the Days

Jamiroquai – Love Foolosophy

J Geils Band – Centrefold

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Royal Diamond Jubilee Connections and the Strawberry Fair

Celebrating The Royal Jubilee I dug around in my massive oldies sack for music with Royal Diamond Jubilee connections and came up with these tracks.
Spin Doctors – Two Princes
King – The Taste of Your Tears
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline
Prince – Diamonds and Pearls
Queen – Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
We had a look at some of the major events of 1952 the year that Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II. It was in that year that the Pop charts were first recorded but this didn’t start until late in the year. The best selling record of the year recorded in the charts was-
Al Martino – Here in My Heart
Westlife – Queen of my Heart
Crown Hearts Affair – You Gave me Love.
The Korgis – Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime

Queen Elizabeth II in 1952

Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down

Adam and the Ants – Prince Charming

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Amazing Grace

Gene Chandler – Duke of Earl

King – Love and Pride

Jim Diamond – I Should Have Known Better

The Beatles – Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds (Remixed version from Love album)

Paul Simon – Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

Prince – The Most Beautiful Girl in The World

Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds

The Who – Love Reign O’er Me

Windsor Davies and Don Estelle – Whispering Grass

Ann Stephens – Buckingham Palace (From 1941!)

Hayley Westernra – God Save The Queen

An extra hour of The Sunday Replay today gave us the opportunity to relive and review the Brentwood Strawberry Fair yesterday. A great time was had by all including several Phoenix FM presenters. The entertainment was hosted by Phoenix FM and in particular Tony Smith who did a great job keeping the crowds entertained in between many excellent local acts. We heard several interviews recorded on the day by many of the Phoenix presenters who were there on the day, interspersed with the following music –

Abba – Dancing Queen

Jamelia – See It in a Boy’s Eyes

Babybird – You’re Gorgeous

Jamie Cullum – These are the Days

Jamiroquai – Love Foolosophy

J Geils Band – Centrefold

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Royal Diamond Jubilee Connections and the Strawberry Fair

Celebrating The Royal Jubilee I dug around in my massive oldies sack for music with Royal Diamond Jubilee connections and came up with these tracks.
Spin Doctors – Two Princes
King – The Taste of Your Tears
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline
Prince – Diamonds and Pearls
Queen – Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
We had a look at some of the major events of 1952 the year that Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II. It was in that year that the Pop charts were first recorded but this didn’t start until late in the year. The best selling record of the year recorded in the charts was-
Al Martino – Here in My Heart
Westlife – Queen of my Heart
Crown Hearts Affair – You Gave me Love.
The Korgis – Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime

Queen Elizabeth II in 1952

Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down

Adam and the Ants – Prince Charming

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Amazing Grace

Gene Chandler – Duke of Earl

King – Love and Pride

Jim Diamond – I Should Have Known Better

The Beatles – Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds (Remixed version from Love album)

Paul Simon – Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

Prince – The Most Beautiful Girl in The World

Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds

The Who – Love Reign O’er Me

Windsor Davies and Don Estelle – Whispering Grass

Ann Stephens – Buckingham Palace (From 1941!)

Hayley Westernra – God Save The Queen

An extra hour of The Sunday Replay today gave us the opportunity to relive and review the Brentwood Strawberry Fair yesterday. A great time was had by all including several Phoenix FM presenters. The entertainment was hosted by Phoenix FM and in particular Tony Smith who did a great job keeping the crowds entertained in between many excellent local acts. We heard several interviews recorded on the day by many of the Phoenix presenters who were there on the day, interspersed with the following music –

Abba – Dancing Queen

Jamelia – See It in a Boy’s Eyes

Babybird – You’re Gorgeous

Jamie Cullum – These are the Days

Jamiroquai – Love Foolosophy

J Geils Band – Centrefold

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Royal Diamond Jubilee Connections and the Strawberry Fair

Celebrating The Royal Jubilee I dug around in my massive oldies sack for music with Royal Diamond Jubilee connections and came up with these tracks.
Spin Doctors – Two Princes
King – The Taste of Your Tears
Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline
Prince – Diamonds and Pearls
Queen – Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
We had a look at some of the major events of 1952 the year that Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II. It was in that year that the Pop charts were first recorded but this didn’t start until late in the year. The best selling record of the year recorded in the charts was-
Al Martino – Here in My Heart
Westlife – Queen of my Heart
Crown Hearts Affair – You Gave me Love.
The Korgis – Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime

Queen Elizabeth II in 1952

Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down

Adam and the Ants – Prince Charming

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Amazing Grace

Gene Chandler – Duke of Earl

King – Love and Pride

Jim Diamond – I Should Have Known Better

The Beatles – Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds (Remixed version from Love album)

Paul Simon – Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

Prince – The Most Beautiful Girl in The World

Jet Harris and Tony Meehan – Diamonds

The Who – Love Reign O’er Me

Windsor Davies and Don Estelle – Whispering Grass

Ann Stephens – Buckingham Palace (From 1941!)

Hayley Westernra – God Save The Queen

An extra hour of The Sunday Replay today gave us the opportunity to relive and review the Brentwood Strawberry Fair yesterday. A great time was had by all including several Phoenix FM presenters. The entertainment was hosted by Phoenix FM and in particular Tony Smith who did a great job keeping the crowds entertained in between many excellent local acts. We heard several interviews recorded on the day by many of the Phoenix presenters who were there on the day, interspersed with the following music –

Abba – Dancing Queen

Jamelia – See It in a Boy’s Eyes

Babybird – You’re Gorgeous

Jamie Cullum – These are the Days

Jamiroquai – Love Foolosophy

J Geils Band – Centrefold

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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