The music tonight included three tracks chosen by Bishop Stephen Cottrell who was unexpectedly delayed and could not be with us. Our birthdays competition was won by Nicola in Brentwood. The vintage chart came from this week in 1968 and included Otis Redding, Sitting on the dock of the bay. Rene e-mailed in to state that she thought Otis had the right idea for these strange times. Responses suggested we all agreed.
Hattie Briggs – Sign your name
Elvis Presley – Love me tender – requested by Phyl
Beach Boys – Sail on sailor – for Chris & Bob in Harlow
Terence Trent Darby – Sign your name – Requested by Patrick
Alison Krauss – Living prayer
Godley and Crème – Cry
Roger Hodgson, lead singer in Supertramp, aged 70. We played Breakfast in America.
Richard Drummie, half of the duo Go West. We played call on me.
David Pickthall Big Band – Midnight in Moscow
Harry Chapin – Cats in the cradle
Coldplay – Adventure of a lifetime
Crosby, Stills & Nash – Teach your children
Chart this week in 1968 No 1
No 5. Otis Redding – Sitting on the dock of the bay
No 11 Beatles – Lady Madonna
Aretha Franklin & LSO – I say a little prayer
Jonny Cash – Further on up the road – chosen by Bishop Stephen
Ode for the birthday of Queen Anne – chosen by Bishop Stephen.
Bob Dylan – Precious angel – chosen by Bishop Stephen
Joanna- Scott Walker
Carrie Underwood – Jesus take the wheel
Brenda Russell – Get here while you can
Join me next week, for another edition of Friday night Extra.