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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 15th February

On this week’s show we remembered when Elvis Costello’s songs were cut a bit short, and when Malcolm McClaren sacked Glen Matlock from the Pistols.

We doffed our bucket hat to Jarvis Cocker, gave thanks for Brian Holland’s pen, and were transported back to a school disco by the Ska sound of The Beat.

We took another step closer to a Soul Weekender thanks to Mr Frankie Beverly and Maze.  Played a subconscious earworm from The Cure, and quizzed you on lyrics from Alison Moyet’s diary, and when The Specials and The Jam were both at #1 in the charts.

If you missed the show?  Then don’t blame your cat, or anyone else’s cat for that matter, it’s not their fault.  Leave them safely in the corner of your room, coughing up a furball, and just click on the link below and enjoy.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 49
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#49 Playlist

The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash

The Smiths – Bigmouth Strikes Again

Elvis Costello And The Attractions – High Fidelity

Sex Pistols – No Feelings

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts

Pulp – Sorted For E’s & Wizz

The Four Tops – Baby I Need Your Loving

Holland-Dozier-Holland – Why Can’t We Be Lovers

The Beat – Hands Off She’s Mine

The Beat – Best Friend

The Divine Comedy – How Can You Leave Me On My Own

Maze – Before I Let You Go (Live)

Joan Armatrading – Love And Affection

Toyah – It’s A Mystery

The Cure – The Lovecats

The Specials – Too Much Too Young

The Jam – Town Called Malice

Yazoo – Nobody’s Diary

David Bowie – Valentine’s Day

Blur – Death Of A Party

UB40 – Don’t Break My Heart

Supertramp – The Logical Song

The Kinks – Come Dancing

Stereophonics – Forever

The Beatles – Let It Be

Nat King Cole – Let There Be Love

The Seahorses – Blinded By The Sun

Heatwave – Always & Forever

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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 15th February

On this week’s show we remembered when Elvis Costello’s songs were cut a bit short, and when Malcolm McClaren sacked Glen Matlock from the Pistols.

We doffed our bucket hat to Jarvis Cocker, gave thanks for Brian Holland’s pen, and were transported back to a school disco by the Ska sound of The Beat.

We took another step closer to a Soul Weekender thanks to Mr Frankie Beverly and Maze.  Played a subconscious earworm from The Cure, and quizzed you on lyrics from Alison Moyet’s diary, and when The Specials and The Jam were both at #1 in the charts.

If you missed the show?  Then don’t blame your cat, or anyone else’s cat for that matter, it’s not their fault.  Leave them safely in the corner of your room, coughing up a furball, and just click on the link below and enjoy.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 49
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#49 Playlist

The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash

The Smiths – Bigmouth Strikes Again

Elvis Costello And The Attractions – High Fidelity

Sex Pistols – No Feelings

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts

Pulp – Sorted For E’s & Wizz

The Four Tops – Baby I Need Your Loving

Holland-Dozier-Holland – Why Can’t We Be Lovers

The Beat – Hands Off She’s Mine

The Beat – Best Friend

The Divine Comedy – How Can You Leave Me On My Own

Maze – Before I Let You Go (Live)

Joan Armatrading – Love And Affection

Toyah – It’s A Mystery

The Cure – The Lovecats

The Specials – Too Much Too Young

The Jam – Town Called Malice

Yazoo – Nobody’s Diary

David Bowie – Valentine’s Day

Blur – Death Of A Party

UB40 – Don’t Break My Heart

Supertramp – The Logical Song

The Kinks – Come Dancing

Stereophonics – Forever

The Beatles – Let It Be

Nat King Cole – Let There Be Love

The Seahorses – Blinded By The Sun

Heatwave – Always & Forever

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

 

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 15th February

On this week’s show we remembered when Elvis Costello’s songs were cut a bit short, and when Malcolm McClaren sacked Glen Matlock from the Pistols.

We doffed our bucket hat to Jarvis Cocker, gave thanks for Brian Holland’s pen, and were transported back to a school disco by the Ska sound of The Beat.

We took another step closer to a Soul Weekender thanks to Mr Frankie Beverly and Maze.  Played a subconscious earworm from The Cure, and quizzed you on lyrics from Alison Moyet’s diary, and when The Specials and The Jam were both at #1 in the charts.

If you missed the show?  Then don’t blame your cat, or anyone else’s cat for that matter, it’s not their fault.  Leave them safely in the corner of your room, coughing up a furball, and just click on the link below and enjoy.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 49
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#49 Playlist

The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash

The Smiths – Bigmouth Strikes Again

Elvis Costello And The Attractions – High Fidelity

Sex Pistols – No Feelings

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts

Pulp – Sorted For E’s & Wizz

The Four Tops – Baby I Need Your Loving

Holland-Dozier-Holland – Why Can’t We Be Lovers

The Beat – Hands Off She’s Mine

The Beat – Best Friend

The Divine Comedy – How Can You Leave Me On My Own

Maze – Before I Let You Go (Live)

Joan Armatrading – Love And Affection

Toyah – It’s A Mystery

The Cure – The Lovecats

The Specials – Too Much Too Young

The Jam – Town Called Malice

Yazoo – Nobody’s Diary

David Bowie – Valentine’s Day

Blur – Death Of A Party

UB40 – Don’t Break My Heart

Supertramp – The Logical Song

The Kinks – Come Dancing

Stereophonics – Forever

The Beatles – Let It Be

Nat King Cole – Let There Be Love

The Seahorses – Blinded By The Sun

Heatwave – Always & Forever

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

 

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 15th February

On this week’s show we remembered when Elvis Costello’s songs were cut a bit short, and when Malcolm McClaren sacked Glen Matlock from the Pistols.

We doffed our bucket hat to Jarvis Cocker, gave thanks for Brian Holland’s pen, and were transported back to a school disco by the Ska sound of The Beat.

We took another step closer to a Soul Weekender thanks to Mr Frankie Beverly and Maze.  Played a subconscious earworm from The Cure, and quizzed you on lyrics from Alison Moyet’s diary, and when The Specials and The Jam were both at #1 in the charts.

If you missed the show?  Then don’t blame your cat, or anyone else’s cat for that matter, it’s not their fault.  Leave them safely in the corner of your room, coughing up a furball, and just click on the link below and enjoy.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 49
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#49 Playlist

The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash

The Smiths – Bigmouth Strikes Again

Elvis Costello And The Attractions – High Fidelity

Sex Pistols – No Feelings

Depeche Mode – Everything Counts

Pulp – Sorted For E’s & Wizz

The Four Tops – Baby I Need Your Loving

Holland-Dozier-Holland – Why Can’t We Be Lovers

The Beat – Hands Off She’s Mine

The Beat – Best Friend

The Divine Comedy – How Can You Leave Me On My Own

Maze – Before I Let You Go (Live)

Joan Armatrading – Love And Affection

Toyah – It’s A Mystery

The Cure – The Lovecats

The Specials – Too Much Too Young

The Jam – Town Called Malice

Yazoo – Nobody’s Diary

David Bowie – Valentine’s Day

Blur – Death Of A Party

UB40 – Don’t Break My Heart

Supertramp – The Logical Song

The Kinks – Come Dancing

Stereophonics – Forever

The Beatles – Let It Be

Nat King Cole – Let There Be Love

The Seahorses – Blinded By The Sun

Heatwave – Always & Forever

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

 

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