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

On this week’s show two songs from The Cranberries and The Divine Comedy transcend the conflict they were written about.  We remembered the greatest Rock’n’roll comeback ever from The King, and looked forward to an even better one, from Dave Harley.

We reminisced how Don Mclean influenced a Grammy winning song for Roberta Flack. When both The Jam and The Cars were on TOTP’s on the same night!  We wished Sly Stone and Sananda Francesco Maitreya a Happy Birthday, celebrated Macca playing Glastonbury, and said goodbye to dear Shane Warne.  I also took a step closer to a Soul Weekend by playing a Donny Osmond record.  Yes, Donny Osmond!  Trust me, you had to be there.  Plus, we also tested your lyrical knowledge on China Crisis, and when Slade and The Clash were both #1 in the charts.

All in all, a cracking two hours of radio that you can relive again and again, or probably for the first time, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 42
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#52 Playlist

Manic Street Preachers – You Stole The Sun From My Heart

Them – Gloria

The Cranberries – Zombie

The Divine Comedy – Sunrise

Erasure – Stay WIth Me

Midwich Cuckoos – Blood Mother

Elvis Presley – Trouble / Guitar Man

Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – If I Can Dream

Don McClean – Empty Chairs

Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly With His Song

Ray, Goodman & Brown – Who’s Gonna Make the First Move

Donny Osmond – Breeze On By

Tubeway Army – Down In The Park

The Duckworth Lewis Method – Jiggery Pokery

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Jamming

Slade – Cum On Feel The Noize

The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go

China Crisis – Wishful Thinking

David Bowie – China Girl

The Jam – Strange Town

The Cars – Just What I Needed

Sly & The Family Stone – Family Affair

Terence Trent D’Arby – Dance Little Sister

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

Booker T. & The MG’s – Green Onions

Paul McCartney – Maybe I’m Amazed

Paul McCartney – Waterfalls

Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love

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

On this week’s show two songs from The Cranberries and The Divine Comedy transcend the conflict they were written about.  We remembered the greatest Rock’n’roll comeback ever from The King, and looked forward to an even better one, from Dave Harley.

We reminisced how Don Mclean influenced a Grammy winning song for Roberta Flack. When both The Jam and The Cars were on TOTP’s on the same night!  We wished Sly Stone and Sananda Francesco Maitreya a Happy Birthday, celebrated Macca playing Glastonbury, and said goodbye to dear Shane Warne.  I also took a step closer to a Soul Weekend by playing a Donny Osmond record.  Yes, Donny Osmond!  Trust me, you had to be there.  Plus, we also tested your lyrical knowledge on China Crisis, and when Slade and The Clash were both #1 in the charts.

All in all, a cracking two hours of radio that you can relive again and again, or probably for the first time, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 42
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#52 Playlist

Manic Street Preachers – You Stole The Sun From My Heart

Them – Gloria

The Cranberries – Zombie

The Divine Comedy – Sunrise

Erasure – Stay WIth Me

Midwich Cuckoos – Blood Mother

Elvis Presley – Trouble / Guitar Man

Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – If I Can Dream

Don McClean – Empty Chairs

Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly With His Song

Ray, Goodman & Brown – Who’s Gonna Make the First Move

Donny Osmond – Breeze On By

Tubeway Army – Down In The Park

The Duckworth Lewis Method – Jiggery Pokery

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Jamming

Slade – Cum On Feel The Noize

The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go

China Crisis – Wishful Thinking

David Bowie – China Girl

The Jam – Strange Town

The Cars – Just What I Needed

Sly & The Family Stone – Family Affair

Terence Trent D’Arby – Dance Little Sister

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

Booker T. & The MG’s – Green Onions

Paul McCartney – Maybe I’m Amazed

Paul McCartney – Waterfalls

Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

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

On this week’s show two songs from The Cranberries and The Divine Comedy transcend the conflict they were written about.  We remembered the greatest Rock’n’roll comeback ever from The King, and looked forward to an even better one, from Dave Harley.

We reminisced how Don Mclean influenced a Grammy winning song for Roberta Flack. When both The Jam and The Cars were on TOTP’s on the same night!  We wished Sly Stone and Sananda Francesco Maitreya a Happy Birthday, celebrated Macca playing Glastonbury, and said goodbye to dear Shane Warne.  I also took a step closer to a Soul Weekend by playing a Donny Osmond record.  Yes, Donny Osmond!  Trust me, you had to be there.  Plus, we also tested your lyrical knowledge on China Crisis, and when Slade and The Clash were both #1 in the charts.

All in all, a cracking two hours of radio that you can relive again and again, or probably for the first time, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 42
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#52 Playlist

Manic Street Preachers – You Stole The Sun From My Heart

Them – Gloria

The Cranberries – Zombie

The Divine Comedy – Sunrise

Erasure – Stay WIth Me

Midwich Cuckoos – Blood Mother

Elvis Presley – Trouble / Guitar Man

Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – If I Can Dream

Don McClean – Empty Chairs

Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly With His Song

Ray, Goodman & Brown – Who’s Gonna Make the First Move

Donny Osmond – Breeze On By

Tubeway Army – Down In The Park

The Duckworth Lewis Method – Jiggery Pokery

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Jamming

Slade – Cum On Feel The Noize

The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go

China Crisis – Wishful Thinking

David Bowie – China Girl

The Jam – Strange Town

The Cars – Just What I Needed

Sly & The Family Stone – Family Affair

Terence Trent D’Arby – Dance Little Sister

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

Booker T. & The MG’s – Green Onions

Paul McCartney – Maybe I’m Amazed

Paul McCartney – Waterfalls

Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

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

On this week’s show two songs from The Cranberries and The Divine Comedy transcend the conflict they were written about.  We remembered the greatest Rock’n’roll comeback ever from The King, and looked forward to an even better one, from Dave Harley.

We reminisced how Don Mclean influenced a Grammy winning song for Roberta Flack. When both The Jam and The Cars were on TOTP’s on the same night!  We wished Sly Stone and Sananda Francesco Maitreya a Happy Birthday, celebrated Macca playing Glastonbury, and said goodbye to dear Shane Warne.  I also took a step closer to a Soul Weekend by playing a Donny Osmond record.  Yes, Donny Osmond!  Trust me, you had to be there.  Plus, we also tested your lyrical knowledge on China Crisis, and when Slade and The Clash were both #1 in the charts.

All in all, a cracking two hours of radio that you can relive again and again, or probably for the first time, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 42
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#52 Playlist

Manic Street Preachers – You Stole The Sun From My Heart

Them – Gloria

The Cranberries – Zombie

The Divine Comedy – Sunrise

Erasure – Stay WIth Me

Midwich Cuckoos – Blood Mother

Elvis Presley – Trouble / Guitar Man

Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – If I Can Dream

Don McClean – Empty Chairs

Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly With His Song

Ray, Goodman & Brown – Who’s Gonna Make the First Move

Donny Osmond – Breeze On By

Tubeway Army – Down In The Park

The Duckworth Lewis Method – Jiggery Pokery

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Jamming

Slade – Cum On Feel The Noize

The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go

China Crisis – Wishful Thinking

David Bowie – China Girl

The Jam – Strange Town

The Cars – Just What I Needed

Sly & The Family Stone – Family Affair

Terence Trent D’Arby – Dance Little Sister

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer

Booker T. & The MG’s – Green Onions

Paul McCartney – Maybe I’m Amazed

Paul McCartney – Waterfalls

Paul McCartney & Wings – My Love

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

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