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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th September

Great to be back in the studio for this week’s show, celebrating that we’re

all back on the hamster’s wheel after our brief holiday, back to knocking our

pipe out for the rest of the year.

We learnt that my sister didn’t know her Dr Hook from her Dr Feelgood.

That Lynard Skynard should have opened for the Stones, West

Ham should never have left Upton Park, and we played the brand-new

single from Gordon Taggart despite him being a Cockney Red.

We looked ahead to the Caister Soul Weekender. We remembered Charlie Watts and Keith

Moon and played Peter Sellers interpretation of a Beatles record, and quite

simply surrendered to ABBA.

Name another radio show that would have the Sex Pistols and Max

Bygraves in their playlist? Granted, there may be a good reason for that,

but then our show is not your average radio show. If you missed it, then

you can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by simply clicking on

the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 40
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show #40 Playlist

Sex Pistols – Holidays In The Sun

The Specials – Rat Race

Dr. Feelgood – Roxette

Yes – Wonderous Stories

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Enola Gay

Gordon Taggart – Footsteps

The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Gimme Three Steps

Bad Manners – Inner London Violence

Cockney Rejects – West Side Boys

Max Bygraves – Fings Ain’t Wot They Used To Be

The Style Council – Walls Come Tumbling Down

Teddy Pendergrass – Joy

Steve Marriott – You Don’t Know Me

Paul Weller – That Dangerous Age

Third World – Now That We’ve Found Love

Bee Gees – I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You

ABBA – Dancing Queen

Simple Minds – Glittering Prize

The Pretenders – Show Me

Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London

The Who – Who Are You

Buddy Holly – Blue Days – Black Nights

Peter Sellers – A Hard Day’s Night

Starland Vocal Band – Afternoon Delight

J Geils Band – Centerfold

The Divine Comedey – A Lady Of A Certain Age

The Divine Comedy – Down In The Street Below

The Divine Comedy – Note To Self

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th September

Great to be back in the studio for this week’s show, celebrating that we’re

all back on the hamster’s wheel after our brief holiday, back to knocking our

pipe out for the rest of the year.

We learnt that my sister didn’t know her Dr Hook from her Dr Feelgood.

That Lynard Skynard should have opened for the Stones, West

Ham should never have left Upton Park, and we played the brand-new

single from Gordon Taggart despite him being a Cockney Red.

We looked ahead to the Caister Soul Weekender. We remembered Charlie Watts and Keith

Moon and played Peter Sellers interpretation of a Beatles record, and quite

simply surrendered to ABBA.

Name another radio show that would have the Sex Pistols and Max

Bygraves in their playlist? Granted, there may be a good reason for that,

but then our show is not your average radio show. If you missed it, then

you can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by simply clicking on

the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 40
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show #40 Playlist

Sex Pistols – Holidays In The Sun

The Specials – Rat Race

Dr. Feelgood – Roxette

Yes – Wonderous Stories

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Enola Gay

Gordon Taggart – Footsteps

The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Gimme Three Steps

Bad Manners – Inner London Violence

Cockney Rejects – West Side Boys

Max Bygraves – Fings Ain’t Wot They Used To Be

The Style Council – Walls Come Tumbling Down

Teddy Pendergrass – Joy

Steve Marriott – You Don’t Know Me

Paul Weller – That Dangerous Age

Third World – Now That We’ve Found Love

Bee Gees – I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You

ABBA – Dancing Queen

Simple Minds – Glittering Prize

The Pretenders – Show Me

Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London

The Who – Who Are You

Buddy Holly – Blue Days – Black Nights

Peter Sellers – A Hard Day’s Night

Starland Vocal Band – Afternoon Delight

J Geils Band – Centerfold

The Divine Comedey – A Lady Of A Certain Age

The Divine Comedy – Down In The Street Below

The Divine Comedy – Note To Self

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th September

Great to be back in the studio for this week’s show, celebrating that we’re

all back on the hamster’s wheel after our brief holiday, back to knocking our

pipe out for the rest of the year.

We learnt that my sister didn’t know her Dr Hook from her Dr Feelgood.

That Lynard Skynard should have opened for the Stones, West

Ham should never have left Upton Park, and we played the brand-new

single from Gordon Taggart despite him being a Cockney Red.

We looked ahead to the Caister Soul Weekender. We remembered Charlie Watts and Keith

Moon and played Peter Sellers interpretation of a Beatles record, and quite

simply surrendered to ABBA.

Name another radio show that would have the Sex Pistols and Max

Bygraves in their playlist? Granted, there may be a good reason for that,

but then our show is not your average radio show. If you missed it, then

you can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by simply clicking on

the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 40
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show #40 Playlist

Sex Pistols – Holidays In The Sun

The Specials – Rat Race

Dr. Feelgood – Roxette

Yes – Wonderous Stories

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Enola Gay

Gordon Taggart – Footsteps

The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Gimme Three Steps

Bad Manners – Inner London Violence

Cockney Rejects – West Side Boys

Max Bygraves – Fings Ain’t Wot They Used To Be

The Style Council – Walls Come Tumbling Down

Teddy Pendergrass – Joy

Steve Marriott – You Don’t Know Me

Paul Weller – That Dangerous Age

Third World – Now That We’ve Found Love

Bee Gees – I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You

ABBA – Dancing Queen

Simple Minds – Glittering Prize

The Pretenders – Show Me

Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London

The Who – Who Are You

Buddy Holly – Blue Days – Black Nights

Peter Sellers – A Hard Day’s Night

Starland Vocal Band – Afternoon Delight

J Geils Band – Centerfold

The Divine Comedey – A Lady Of A Certain Age

The Divine Comedy – Down In The Street Below

The Divine Comedy – Note To Self

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th September

Great to be back in the studio for this week’s show, celebrating that we’re

all back on the hamster’s wheel after our brief holiday, back to knocking our

pipe out for the rest of the year.

We learnt that my sister didn’t know her Dr Hook from her Dr Feelgood.

That Lynard Skynard should have opened for the Stones, West

Ham should never have left Upton Park, and we played the brand-new

single from Gordon Taggart despite him being a Cockney Red.

We looked ahead to the Caister Soul Weekender. We remembered Charlie Watts and Keith

Moon and played Peter Sellers interpretation of a Beatles record, and quite

simply surrendered to ABBA.

Name another radio show that would have the Sex Pistols and Max

Bygraves in their playlist? Granted, there may be a good reason for that,

but then our show is not your average radio show. If you missed it, then

you can hear the podcast edition of this week’s show by simply clicking on

the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 40
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show #40 Playlist

Sex Pistols – Holidays In The Sun

The Specials – Rat Race

Dr. Feelgood – Roxette

Yes – Wonderous Stories

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Enola Gay

Gordon Taggart – Footsteps

The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Gimme Three Steps

Bad Manners – Inner London Violence

Cockney Rejects – West Side Boys

Max Bygraves – Fings Ain’t Wot They Used To Be

The Style Council – Walls Come Tumbling Down

Teddy Pendergrass – Joy

Steve Marriott – You Don’t Know Me

Paul Weller – That Dangerous Age

Third World – Now That We’ve Found Love

Bee Gees – I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You

ABBA – Dancing Queen

Simple Minds – Glittering Prize

The Pretenders – Show Me

Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London

The Who – Who Are You

Buddy Holly – Blue Days – Black Nights

Peter Sellers – A Hard Day’s Night

Starland Vocal Band – Afternoon Delight

J Geils Band – Centerfold

The Divine Comedey – A Lady Of A Certain Age

The Divine Comedy – Down In The Street Below

The Divine Comedy – Note To Self

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