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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 29th March

On this week’s show we stretched the Ska & Mod revival, like most of it’s followers stretch their Fred Perrys. We uncovered the connection between Lucky Numbers and Breaking Glass, and enjoyed some other film soundtracks from Blade Runner, The Long Good Friday and even played a track written for a film, by The Dame.

We remembered Dave Greenfield and dear Bill Withers. When Marc Bolan wore glitter make up, and the Sex Pistols didn’t swear.  Lisa Stansfield gave us a new meaning to Northern Soul, and we tested your lyrical knowledge on The Jam and in which West Ham FA Cup winning year they were #1?

All in all, the show carried more punch than a bitch slap from Will Smith and a little more sophistication than a hot dog.  Know what I mean?

In fact Tuesday night’s show is now available to listen to at a sensible hour simply by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 53
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#53 Playlist

Blur – Song 2

Dr. Feelgood – Milk & Alcohol

The Special AKA – Gangsters

Paul Weller – Going Places

Blancmange – Blind Vision

Midwich Cuckoos – Hourglass

Lene Lovich – Lucky Number

Hazel O’Connor – Will You?

Vangelis – Love Theme

Francis Monkman – Taken

Sex Pistols – Silly Thing

Lisa Stansfield – You Can’t Deny It

Toto – Africa

Steely Dan – Deacon Blues

Bad Manners – Lip Up Fatty

  1. Rex – Hot Love

The Jam – Going Underground

The Jam – Absolute Beginners

David Bowie – Absolute Beginners

The Stranglers – Skin Deep

The Stranglers – Golden Brown

Tracy Chapman – Fast Car

Bill Withers – Oh Yeah

The Kingsmen – Louie Louie

John Lennon – Bless You

John Lennon – Jealous Guy

Plastic Ono Band- Give Peace A Chance

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 29th March

On this week’s show we stretched the Ska & Mod revival, like most of it’s followers stretch their Fred Perrys. We uncovered the connection between Lucky Numbers and Breaking Glass, and enjoyed some other film soundtracks from Blade Runner, The Long Good Friday and even played a track written for a film, by The Dame.

We remembered Dave Greenfield and dear Bill Withers. When Marc Bolan wore glitter make up, and the Sex Pistols didn’t swear.  Lisa Stansfield gave us a new meaning to Northern Soul, and we tested your lyrical knowledge on The Jam and in which West Ham FA Cup winning year they were #1?

All in all, the show carried more punch than a bitch slap from Will Smith and a little more sophistication than a hot dog.  Know what I mean?

In fact Tuesday night’s show is now available to listen to at a sensible hour simply by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 53
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#53 Playlist

Blur – Song 2

Dr. Feelgood – Milk & Alcohol

The Special AKA – Gangsters

Paul Weller – Going Places

Blancmange – Blind Vision

Midwich Cuckoos – Hourglass

Lene Lovich – Lucky Number

Hazel O’Connor – Will You?

Vangelis – Love Theme

Francis Monkman – Taken

Sex Pistols – Silly Thing

Lisa Stansfield – You Can’t Deny It

Toto – Africa

Steely Dan – Deacon Blues

Bad Manners – Lip Up Fatty

  1. Rex – Hot Love

The Jam – Going Underground

The Jam – Absolute Beginners

David Bowie – Absolute Beginners

The Stranglers – Skin Deep

The Stranglers – Golden Brown

Tracy Chapman – Fast Car

Bill Withers – Oh Yeah

The Kingsmen – Louie Louie

John Lennon – Bless You

John Lennon – Jealous Guy

Plastic Ono Band- Give Peace A Chance

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 29th March

On this week’s show we stretched the Ska & Mod revival, like most of it’s followers stretch their Fred Perrys. We uncovered the connection between Lucky Numbers and Breaking Glass, and enjoyed some other film soundtracks from Blade Runner, The Long Good Friday and even played a track written for a film, by The Dame.

We remembered Dave Greenfield and dear Bill Withers. When Marc Bolan wore glitter make up, and the Sex Pistols didn’t swear.  Lisa Stansfield gave us a new meaning to Northern Soul, and we tested your lyrical knowledge on The Jam and in which West Ham FA Cup winning year they were #1?

All in all, the show carried more punch than a bitch slap from Will Smith and a little more sophistication than a hot dog.  Know what I mean?

In fact Tuesday night’s show is now available to listen to at a sensible hour simply by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 53
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#53 Playlist

Blur – Song 2

Dr. Feelgood – Milk & Alcohol

The Special AKA – Gangsters

Paul Weller – Going Places

Blancmange – Blind Vision

Midwich Cuckoos – Hourglass

Lene Lovich – Lucky Number

Hazel O’Connor – Will You?

Vangelis – Love Theme

Francis Monkman – Taken

Sex Pistols – Silly Thing

Lisa Stansfield – You Can’t Deny It

Toto – Africa

Steely Dan – Deacon Blues

Bad Manners – Lip Up Fatty

  1. Rex – Hot Love

The Jam – Going Underground

The Jam – Absolute Beginners

David Bowie – Absolute Beginners

The Stranglers – Skin Deep

The Stranglers – Golden Brown

Tracy Chapman – Fast Car

Bill Withers – Oh Yeah

The Kingsmen – Louie Louie

John Lennon – Bless You

John Lennon – Jealous Guy

Plastic Ono Band- Give Peace A Chance

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 29th March

On this week’s show we stretched the Ska & Mod revival, like most of it’s followers stretch their Fred Perrys. We uncovered the connection between Lucky Numbers and Breaking Glass, and enjoyed some other film soundtracks from Blade Runner, The Long Good Friday and even played a track written for a film, by The Dame.

We remembered Dave Greenfield and dear Bill Withers. When Marc Bolan wore glitter make up, and the Sex Pistols didn’t swear.  Lisa Stansfield gave us a new meaning to Northern Soul, and we tested your lyrical knowledge on The Jam and in which West Ham FA Cup winning year they were #1?

All in all, the show carried more punch than a bitch slap from Will Smith and a little more sophistication than a hot dog.  Know what I mean?

In fact Tuesday night’s show is now available to listen to at a sensible hour simply by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 53
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#53 Playlist

Blur – Song 2

Dr. Feelgood – Milk & Alcohol

The Special AKA – Gangsters

Paul Weller – Going Places

Blancmange – Blind Vision

Midwich Cuckoos – Hourglass

Lene Lovich – Lucky Number

Hazel O’Connor – Will You?

Vangelis – Love Theme

Francis Monkman – Taken

Sex Pistols – Silly Thing

Lisa Stansfield – You Can’t Deny It

Toto – Africa

Steely Dan – Deacon Blues

Bad Manners – Lip Up Fatty

  1. Rex – Hot Love

The Jam – Going Underground

The Jam – Absolute Beginners

David Bowie – Absolute Beginners

The Stranglers – Skin Deep

The Stranglers – Golden Brown

Tracy Chapman – Fast Car

Bill Withers – Oh Yeah

The Kingsmen – Louie Louie

John Lennon – Bless You

John Lennon – Jealous Guy

Plastic Ono Band- Give Peace A Chance

Join our Off The Record Facebook group.

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