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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 16th November

In this week’s show we stuck up for the Rolling Stones and recalled when London Councilor Bernard Brook Partridge said punk groups would be vastly improved by sudden death.  It’s fair to say dear Bernard wouldn’t have been a fan of our show this week, what with a chilling track from Joy Division and a new single from the excellent Midwich Cuckoos.

We remembered dear Freddie and when Sting carried your bag for you. We also celebrated The Foo Fighters induction into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of fame, when Jerry Lee Lewis rocked at 71 years of age, and once again we doffed our cap to the Dame.

We even showed how Elvis upgraded a Gordon Lightfoot song by simply wearing a Cowboy hat. Plus, we got into the mood for another Soul Weekender, and tested your musical knowledge on lyrics from Queen and when Slade stomped to the Top of the Pops? Plus, we presented a ‘massive remix’ of Gerry and the Pacemaker’s Liverpool anthem. COYI!

If you missed it?  Don’t panic! You can listen to the show again by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#44 Playlist

Pulp – Monday Morning

Shed Seven – On Standby

The Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar

Sex Pistols – God Save The Queen

Joy Division – Dead Souls

Midwich Cuckoos – To The Grave

Sting – Message In A Bottle

The Who – Bell Boy

Foo Fighters – Everlong

The Beatles – Get Back

Jerry Lee Lewis (feat. Jimmy Page) – Rock and Roll

Beggar & Co – Help Me Out

The Verve – Sonnet

Janet Kay – Silly Games

Gerry and the Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Massive Mix)

Slade – Coz I Luv You

Queen – You Take My Breath Away

David Bowie – Wild Is The Wind

Jeff Buckley – Grace

Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music

Gordon Lightfoot – Early Morning Rain

Elvis Presley – Early Morning Rain

Paul Weller – Village

Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy

Queen – Mother Love

Queen – Love Of My Life

Queen – These Are The Days Of Our Lives

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 16th November

In this week’s show we stuck up for the Rolling Stones and recalled when London Councilor Bernard Brook Partridge said punk groups would be vastly improved by sudden death.  It’s fair to say dear Bernard wouldn’t have been a fan of our show this week, what with a chilling track from Joy Division and a new single from the excellent Midwich Cuckoos.

We remembered dear Freddie and when Sting carried your bag for you. We also celebrated The Foo Fighters induction into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of fame, when Jerry Lee Lewis rocked at 71 years of age, and once again we doffed our cap to the Dame.

We even showed how Elvis upgraded a Gordon Lightfoot song by simply wearing a Cowboy hat. Plus, we got into the mood for another Soul Weekender, and tested your musical knowledge on lyrics from Queen and when Slade stomped to the Top of the Pops? Plus, we presented a ‘massive remix’ of Gerry and the Pacemaker’s Liverpool anthem. COYI!

If you missed it?  Don’t panic! You can listen to the show again by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#44 Playlist

Pulp – Monday Morning

Shed Seven – On Standby

The Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar

Sex Pistols – God Save The Queen

Joy Division – Dead Souls

Midwich Cuckoos – To The Grave

Sting – Message In A Bottle

The Who – Bell Boy

Foo Fighters – Everlong

The Beatles – Get Back

Jerry Lee Lewis (feat. Jimmy Page) – Rock and Roll

Beggar & Co – Help Me Out

The Verve – Sonnet

Janet Kay – Silly Games

Gerry and the Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Massive Mix)

Slade – Coz I Luv You

Queen – You Take My Breath Away

David Bowie – Wild Is The Wind

Jeff Buckley – Grace

Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music

Gordon Lightfoot – Early Morning Rain

Elvis Presley – Early Morning Rain

Paul Weller – Village

Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy

Queen – Mother Love

Queen – Love Of My Life

Queen – These Are The Days Of Our Lives

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 16th November

In this week’s show we stuck up for the Rolling Stones and recalled when London Councilor Bernard Brook Partridge said punk groups would be vastly improved by sudden death.  It’s fair to say dear Bernard wouldn’t have been a fan of our show this week, what with a chilling track from Joy Division and a new single from the excellent Midwich Cuckoos.

We remembered dear Freddie and when Sting carried your bag for you. We also celebrated The Foo Fighters induction into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of fame, when Jerry Lee Lewis rocked at 71 years of age, and once again we doffed our cap to the Dame.

We even showed how Elvis upgraded a Gordon Lightfoot song by simply wearing a Cowboy hat. Plus, we got into the mood for another Soul Weekender, and tested your musical knowledge on lyrics from Queen and when Slade stomped to the Top of the Pops? Plus, we presented a ‘massive remix’ of Gerry and the Pacemaker’s Liverpool anthem. COYI!

If you missed it?  Don’t panic! You can listen to the show again by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#44 Playlist

Pulp – Monday Morning

Shed Seven – On Standby

The Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar

Sex Pistols – God Save The Queen

Joy Division – Dead Souls

Midwich Cuckoos – To The Grave

Sting – Message In A Bottle

The Who – Bell Boy

Foo Fighters – Everlong

The Beatles – Get Back

Jerry Lee Lewis (feat. Jimmy Page) – Rock and Roll

Beggar & Co – Help Me Out

The Verve – Sonnet

Janet Kay – Silly Games

Gerry and the Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Massive Mix)

Slade – Coz I Luv You

Queen – You Take My Breath Away

David Bowie – Wild Is The Wind

Jeff Buckley – Grace

Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music

Gordon Lightfoot – Early Morning Rain

Elvis Presley – Early Morning Rain

Paul Weller – Village

Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy

Queen – Mother Love

Queen – Love Of My Life

Queen – These Are The Days Of Our Lives

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 16th November

In this week’s show we stuck up for the Rolling Stones and recalled when London Councilor Bernard Brook Partridge said punk groups would be vastly improved by sudden death.  It’s fair to say dear Bernard wouldn’t have been a fan of our show this week, what with a chilling track from Joy Division and a new single from the excellent Midwich Cuckoos.

We remembered dear Freddie and when Sting carried your bag for you. We also celebrated The Foo Fighters induction into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of fame, when Jerry Lee Lewis rocked at 71 years of age, and once again we doffed our cap to the Dame.

We even showed how Elvis upgraded a Gordon Lightfoot song by simply wearing a Cowboy hat. Plus, we got into the mood for another Soul Weekender, and tested your musical knowledge on lyrics from Queen and when Slade stomped to the Top of the Pops? Plus, we presented a ‘massive remix’ of Gerry and the Pacemaker’s Liverpool anthem. COYI!

If you missed it?  Don’t panic! You can listen to the show again by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 43
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#44 Playlist

Pulp – Monday Morning

Shed Seven – On Standby

The Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar

Sex Pistols – God Save The Queen

Joy Division – Dead Souls

Midwich Cuckoos – To The Grave

Sting – Message In A Bottle

The Who – Bell Boy

Foo Fighters – Everlong

The Beatles – Get Back

Jerry Lee Lewis (feat. Jimmy Page) – Rock and Roll

Beggar & Co – Help Me Out

The Verve – Sonnet

Janet Kay – Silly Games

Gerry and the Pacemakers – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Massive Mix)

Slade – Coz I Luv You

Queen – You Take My Breath Away

David Bowie – Wild Is The Wind

Jeff Buckley – Grace

Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music

Gordon Lightfoot – Early Morning Rain

Elvis Presley – Early Morning Rain

Paul Weller – Village

Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy

Queen – Mother Love

Queen – Love Of My Life

Queen – These Are The Days Of Our Lives

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