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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 28th January

On this week’s show we celebrated Spandau Ballet in kilts. Madness sung an ode to West Ham. How Candi Staton singing an Aretha Franklin record started her career. How Jah Wobble’s bass defined John Lydon’s Public Image and when Ian McCulloch threw a hissy fit. We remembered Gene McFadden, Fleetwood Mac selling the odd copy of Rumours and how I discovered John Martyn thanks to a two hour impromptu tribute from Danny Baker. We guessed the lyrics from Dexys and quizzed your chart knowledge on whay year Foreigner and Queen had #1 records. All in all, not a bad way to spend two hours.

You can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by clicking on the link:

Show#23 Playlist
Simple Minds – Waterfront
Pulp – Babies
The Cure – Friday I’m In Love
Spandau Ballet – To Cut A Long Story Short
Blondie – Dreaming
Madness- Embarrassment
Aretha Franklin – Do Right Woman. Do Right Man
Candi Staton – Now You’ve Got The Upper Hand
Morrissey – Satan Rejected My Soul
P.I.L. – Public Image
Echo And The Bunnymen – Nothing Lasts Forever
The Divine Comedy – Opportunity’ Knox
Alanis Morissette – Reasons I Drink
The Doors – Riders On The Storm
Dexys Midnight Runners – There, There, My Dear
Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is
Queen – Innuendo
Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory
McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now
The Alarm – 68 Guns
The Who – I Can’t Explain
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
John Martyn – Over The Hill
John Martyn – Don’t Want To Know
The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There
Chris Isaak – Wicked Game
Edwyn Collins – Home Again
The Rolling Stones – Fool To Cry

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 28th January

On this week’s show we celebrated Spandau Ballet in kilts. Madness sung an ode to West Ham. How Candi Staton singing an Aretha Franklin record started her career. How Jah Wobble’s bass defined John Lydon’s Public Image and when Ian McCulloch threw a hissy fit. We remembered Gene McFadden, Fleetwood Mac selling the odd copy of Rumours and how I discovered John Martyn thanks to a two hour impromptu tribute from Danny Baker. We guessed the lyrics from Dexys and quizzed your chart knowledge on whay year Foreigner and Queen had #1 records. All in all, not a bad way to spend two hours.

You can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by clicking on the link:

Show#23 Playlist
Simple Minds – Waterfront
Pulp – Babies
The Cure – Friday I’m In Love
Spandau Ballet – To Cut A Long Story Short
Blondie – Dreaming
Madness- Embarrassment
Aretha Franklin – Do Right Woman. Do Right Man
Candi Staton – Now You’ve Got The Upper Hand
Morrissey – Satan Rejected My Soul
P.I.L. – Public Image
Echo And The Bunnymen – Nothing Lasts Forever
The Divine Comedy – Opportunity’ Knox
Alanis Morissette – Reasons I Drink
The Doors – Riders On The Storm
Dexys Midnight Runners – There, There, My Dear
Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is
Queen – Innuendo
Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory
McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now
The Alarm – 68 Guns
The Who – I Can’t Explain
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
John Martyn – Over The Hill
John Martyn – Don’t Want To Know
The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There
Chris Isaak – Wicked Game
Edwyn Collins – Home Again
The Rolling Stones – Fool To Cry

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 28th January

On this week’s show we celebrated Spandau Ballet in kilts. Madness sung an ode to West Ham. How Candi Staton singing an Aretha Franklin record started her career. How Jah Wobble’s bass defined John Lydon’s Public Image and when Ian McCulloch threw a hissy fit. We remembered Gene McFadden, Fleetwood Mac selling the odd copy of Rumours and how I discovered John Martyn thanks to a two hour impromptu tribute from Danny Baker. We guessed the lyrics from Dexys and quizzed your chart knowledge on whay year Foreigner and Queen had #1 records. All in all, not a bad way to spend two hours.

You can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by clicking on the link:

Show#23 Playlist
Simple Minds – Waterfront
Pulp – Babies
The Cure – Friday I’m In Love
Spandau Ballet – To Cut A Long Story Short
Blondie – Dreaming
Madness- Embarrassment
Aretha Franklin – Do Right Woman. Do Right Man
Candi Staton – Now You’ve Got The Upper Hand
Morrissey – Satan Rejected My Soul
P.I.L. – Public Image
Echo And The Bunnymen – Nothing Lasts Forever
The Divine Comedy – Opportunity’ Knox
Alanis Morissette – Reasons I Drink
The Doors – Riders On The Storm
Dexys Midnight Runners – There, There, My Dear
Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is
Queen – Innuendo
Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory
McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now
The Alarm – 68 Guns
The Who – I Can’t Explain
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
John Martyn – Over The Hill
John Martyn – Don’t Want To Know
The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There
Chris Isaak – Wicked Game
Edwyn Collins – Home Again
The Rolling Stones – Fool To Cry

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 28th January

On this week’s show we celebrated Spandau Ballet in kilts. Madness sung an ode to West Ham. How Candi Staton singing an Aretha Franklin record started her career. How Jah Wobble’s bass defined John Lydon’s Public Image and when Ian McCulloch threw a hissy fit. We remembered Gene McFadden, Fleetwood Mac selling the odd copy of Rumours and how I discovered John Martyn thanks to a two hour impromptu tribute from Danny Baker. We guessed the lyrics from Dexys and quizzed your chart knowledge on whay year Foreigner and Queen had #1 records. All in all, not a bad way to spend two hours.

You can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by clicking on the link:

Show#23 Playlist
Simple Minds – Waterfront
Pulp – Babies
The Cure – Friday I’m In Love
Spandau Ballet – To Cut A Long Story Short
Blondie – Dreaming
Madness- Embarrassment
Aretha Franklin – Do Right Woman. Do Right Man
Candi Staton – Now You’ve Got The Upper Hand
Morrissey – Satan Rejected My Soul
P.I.L. – Public Image
Echo And The Bunnymen – Nothing Lasts Forever
The Divine Comedy – Opportunity’ Knox
Alanis Morissette – Reasons I Drink
The Doors – Riders On The Storm
Dexys Midnight Runners – There, There, My Dear
Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is
Queen – Innuendo
Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory
McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now
The Alarm – 68 Guns
The Who – I Can’t Explain
Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
John Martyn – Over The Hill
John Martyn – Don’t Want To Know
The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There
Chris Isaak – Wicked Game
Edwyn Collins – Home Again
The Rolling Stones – Fool To Cry

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