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Friday Night Extra 6th July 2018. Birthdays today.

Tonight we focussed around artists born on 6th of July. This took us from Bill Haley to Jet Harris, John Keeble and finally Kate Nash. A regular listener’s request led to a feature on Herb Alpert, the only artist to have USA No1s as a singer and instrumentalist. We continued our review of the Beach Boys & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra album, not being totally complimentary. We also remembered one of the unsung heroes of the music industry. Jim Mallory passed away this week. He was an engineer in both Hollywood and Nashville, winning a Grammy award and having five other nominations.

Tonight’s playlist

Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty – new track

Beatles – Got to get you into my life – their salute to Motown music from the Revolver album.

Elgins _ put yourself in my place – classic Motown

Herb Alpert – Spanish Flea, This guy’s in love with you, Rise.  Phyl had requested Spanish flea and e-mailed in to say  how much she enjoyed the feature.

Engelbert Humpadink – A man without love – requested by Patrick. Originally an Italian song that has been translated into many different languages.

The Goodbye Look – Talking French – new tack from this local band

Bill Hayley _ Rock around the clock. Shake , rattle and roll. Just good time music from birthday boy Bill. How can you not sing along?

Lisa Harman – At Last – a great version of a classic signature song for Etta James.

Dave Koz & The Summer Horns – Got to get you into my life

Spandau Ballet – Gold. True. Birthday boy John Keeble on drums.

Sophie Griffiths – Tears

Beach Boys and RPO – Help me Rhonda. Warmth of the sun.

Henri Mancini – Pink Panther theme – engineered by Jim Mallory

Elvis Presley – How great thou art – engineered by Jim Mallory

Shadows – Apache – Another birthday boy. Jet playing base guitar.

Jet Harris & Tony Meehan – Diamonds. The two former members of the shadows had three hit singles together. This was the most successful.

Soweto String Quartet – Victory – played for Rene.

Kate Nash – Mouthwash – the final of our artists born on 6th of July.

U2 – Love is bigger than anything in its way – the track with the most audience response tonight, all positive.

Join me next week, for another show, live from Brentwood and gifted to the world.

[mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/RenH/phoenix-98-fm-friday-night-extra-with-patrick-sherring-6th-july-2018/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1 light=1]

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Friday Night Extra 6th July 2018. Birthdays today.

Tonight we focussed around artists born on 6th of July. This took us from Bill Haley to Jet Harris, John Keeble and finally Kate Nash. A regular listener’s request led to a feature on Herb Alpert, the only artist to have USA No1s as a singer and instrumentalist. We continued our review of the Beach Boys & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra album, not being totally complimentary. We also remembered one of the unsung heroes of the music industry. Jim Mallory passed away this week. He was an engineer in both Hollywood and Nashville, winning a Grammy award and having five other nominations.

Tonight’s playlist

Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty – new track

Beatles – Got to get you into my life – their salute to Motown music from the Revolver album.

Elgins _ put yourself in my place – classic Motown

Herb Alpert – Spanish Flea, This guy’s in love with you, Rise.  Phyl had requested Spanish flea and e-mailed in to say  how much she enjoyed the feature.

Engelbert Humpadink – A man without love – requested by Patrick. Originally an Italian song that has been translated into many different languages.

The Goodbye Look – Talking French – new tack from this local band

Bill Hayley _ Rock around the clock. Shake , rattle and roll. Just good time music from birthday boy Bill. How can you not sing along?

Lisa Harman – At Last – a great version of a classic signature song for Etta James.

Dave Koz & The Summer Horns – Got to get you into my life

Spandau Ballet – Gold. True. Birthday boy John Keeble on drums.

Sophie Griffiths – Tears

Beach Boys and RPO – Help me Rhonda. Warmth of the sun.

Henri Mancini – Pink Panther theme – engineered by Jim Mallory

Elvis Presley – How great thou art – engineered by Jim Mallory

Shadows – Apache – Another birthday boy. Jet playing base guitar.

Jet Harris & Tony Meehan – Diamonds. The two former members of the shadows had three hit singles together. This was the most successful.

Soweto String Quartet – Victory – played for Rene.

Kate Nash – Mouthwash – the final of our artists born on 6th of July.

U2 – Love is bigger than anything in its way – the track with the most audience response tonight, all positive.

Join me next week, for another show, live from Brentwood and gifted to the world.

[mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/RenH/phoenix-98-fm-friday-night-extra-with-patrick-sherring-6th-july-2018/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1 light=1]

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Friday Night Extra 6th July 2018. Birthdays today.

Tonight we focussed around artists born on 6th of July. This took us from Bill Haley to Jet Harris, John Keeble and finally Kate Nash. A regular listener’s request led to a feature on Herb Alpert, the only artist to have USA No1s as a singer and instrumentalist. We continued our review of the Beach Boys & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra album, not being totally complimentary. We also remembered one of the unsung heroes of the music industry. Jim Mallory passed away this week. He was an engineer in both Hollywood and Nashville, winning a Grammy award and having five other nominations.

Tonight’s playlist

Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty – new track

Beatles – Got to get you into my life – their salute to Motown music from the Revolver album.

Elgins _ put yourself in my place – classic Motown

Herb Alpert – Spanish Flea, This guy’s in love with you, Rise.  Phyl had requested Spanish flea and e-mailed in to say  how much she enjoyed the feature.

Engelbert Humpadink – A man without love – requested by Patrick. Originally an Italian song that has been translated into many different languages.

The Goodbye Look – Talking French – new tack from this local band

Bill Hayley _ Rock around the clock. Shake , rattle and roll. Just good time music from birthday boy Bill. How can you not sing along?

Lisa Harman – At Last – a great version of a classic signature song for Etta James.

Dave Koz & The Summer Horns – Got to get you into my life

Spandau Ballet – Gold. True. Birthday boy John Keeble on drums.

Sophie Griffiths – Tears

Beach Boys and RPO – Help me Rhonda. Warmth of the sun.

Henri Mancini – Pink Panther theme – engineered by Jim Mallory

Elvis Presley – How great thou art – engineered by Jim Mallory

Shadows – Apache – Another birthday boy. Jet playing base guitar.

Jet Harris & Tony Meehan – Diamonds. The two former members of the shadows had three hit singles together. This was the most successful.

Soweto String Quartet – Victory – played for Rene.

Kate Nash – Mouthwash – the final of our artists born on 6th of July.

U2 – Love is bigger than anything in its way – the track with the most audience response tonight, all positive.

Join me next week, for another show, live from Brentwood and gifted to the world.

[mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/RenH/phoenix-98-fm-friday-night-extra-with-patrick-sherring-6th-july-2018/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1 light=1]

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Friday Night Extra 6th July 2018. Birthdays today.

Tonight we focussed around artists born on 6th of July. This took us from Bill Haley to Jet Harris, John Keeble and finally Kate Nash. A regular listener’s request led to a feature on Herb Alpert, the only artist to have USA No1s as a singer and instrumentalist. We continued our review of the Beach Boys & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra album, not being totally complimentary. We also remembered one of the unsung heroes of the music industry. Jim Mallory passed away this week. He was an engineer in both Hollywood and Nashville, winning a Grammy award and having five other nominations.

Tonight’s playlist

Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty – new track

Beatles – Got to get you into my life – their salute to Motown music from the Revolver album.

Elgins _ put yourself in my place – classic Motown

Herb Alpert – Spanish Flea, This guy’s in love with you, Rise.  Phyl had requested Spanish flea and e-mailed in to say  how much she enjoyed the feature.

Engelbert Humpadink – A man without love – requested by Patrick. Originally an Italian song that has been translated into many different languages.

The Goodbye Look – Talking French – new tack from this local band

Bill Hayley _ Rock around the clock. Shake , rattle and roll. Just good time music from birthday boy Bill. How can you not sing along?

Lisa Harman – At Last – a great version of a classic signature song for Etta James.

Dave Koz & The Summer Horns – Got to get you into my life

Spandau Ballet – Gold. True. Birthday boy John Keeble on drums.

Sophie Griffiths – Tears

Beach Boys and RPO – Help me Rhonda. Warmth of the sun.

Henri Mancini – Pink Panther theme – engineered by Jim Mallory

Elvis Presley – How great thou art – engineered by Jim Mallory

Shadows – Apache – Another birthday boy. Jet playing base guitar.

Jet Harris & Tony Meehan – Diamonds. The two former members of the shadows had three hit singles together. This was the most successful.

Soweto String Quartet – Victory – played for Rene.

Kate Nash – Mouthwash – the final of our artists born on 6th of July.

U2 – Love is bigger than anything in its way – the track with the most audience response tonight, all positive.

Join me next week, for another show, live from Brentwood and gifted to the world.

[mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/RenH/phoenix-98-fm-friday-night-extra-with-patrick-sherring-6th-july-2018/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1 light=1]

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