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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 24th May

This week’s show was dedicated to Paul Weller’s ahead of his 64th Birthday, as he is still the leading British rock musician of his generation.

We recalled when Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy set themselves apart from the rest of the bands emerging at the time, by taking a poem by William Wordsworth to use as their debut single.

We celebrated Dave Peacock’s birthday, begun our countdown to the next Great Yarmouth Soul Weekender with a joyful choon from Earth, Wind & Fire.  We gave thanks for The Dame and looked forward to the arrival in London of Cameo.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge from The Godmother of Soul, and in which year The Beatles and The Dandy Highwayman were both #1?

Tuesday night’s show was presented with a can of Carling, and you can get drunk on the show’s love, by clicking on the link below and giving the show a listen.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 57
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#57 Playlist

The Style Council – My Ever Changing Moods

Cast – Alright

Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught The Train

Small Faces – Tin Soldier

Gloria Jones – Tainted Love

Soft Cell – Torch

Paul Weller – Above the Clouds

Paul Weller – Town Called Malice

The Divine Comedy – Your Daddy’s Car

The Divine Comedy – Lucy

Chas’N’Dave – That’s What I Like

Earth Wind & Fire – In the Stone

Frankie Knuckles presents Satoshi Tomiie & Robert Owens – Tears

The Damned – New Rose

The Style Council – It Didn’t Matter

The Beatles – Get Back

Adam and the Ants – Stand and Deliver

Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald – On My Own

David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

David Bowie – Rock ‘n’ Roll with Me

Cameo – She’s Strange

Them – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Bob Dylan – Just Like A Woman

Paul Weller – Wild Wood

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

Paul Weller – Wings Of Speed

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 24th May

This week’s show was dedicated to Paul Weller’s ahead of his 64th Birthday, as he is still the leading British rock musician of his generation.

We recalled when Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy set themselves apart from the rest of the bands emerging at the time, by taking a poem by William Wordsworth to use as their debut single.

We celebrated Dave Peacock’s birthday, begun our countdown to the next Great Yarmouth Soul Weekender with a joyful choon from Earth, Wind & Fire.  We gave thanks for The Dame and looked forward to the arrival in London of Cameo.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge from The Godmother of Soul, and in which year The Beatles and The Dandy Highwayman were both #1?

Tuesday night’s show was presented with a can of Carling, and you can get drunk on the show’s love, by clicking on the link below and giving the show a listen.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 57
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#57 Playlist

The Style Council – My Ever Changing Moods

Cast – Alright

Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught The Train

Small Faces – Tin Soldier

Gloria Jones – Tainted Love

Soft Cell – Torch

Paul Weller – Above the Clouds

Paul Weller – Town Called Malice

The Divine Comedy – Your Daddy’s Car

The Divine Comedy – Lucy

Chas’N’Dave – That’s What I Like

Earth Wind & Fire – In the Stone

Frankie Knuckles presents Satoshi Tomiie & Robert Owens – Tears

The Damned – New Rose

The Style Council – It Didn’t Matter

The Beatles – Get Back

Adam and the Ants – Stand and Deliver

Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald – On My Own

David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

David Bowie – Rock ‘n’ Roll with Me

Cameo – She’s Strange

Them – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Bob Dylan – Just Like A Woman

Paul Weller – Wild Wood

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

Paul Weller – Wings Of Speed

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 24th May

This week’s show was dedicated to Paul Weller’s ahead of his 64th Birthday, as he is still the leading British rock musician of his generation.

We recalled when Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy set themselves apart from the rest of the bands emerging at the time, by taking a poem by William Wordsworth to use as their debut single.

We celebrated Dave Peacock’s birthday, begun our countdown to the next Great Yarmouth Soul Weekender with a joyful choon from Earth, Wind & Fire.  We gave thanks for The Dame and looked forward to the arrival in London of Cameo.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge from The Godmother of Soul, and in which year The Beatles and The Dandy Highwayman were both #1?

Tuesday night’s show was presented with a can of Carling, and you can get drunk on the show’s love, by clicking on the link below and giving the show a listen.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 57
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#57 Playlist

The Style Council – My Ever Changing Moods

Cast – Alright

Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught The Train

Small Faces – Tin Soldier

Gloria Jones – Tainted Love

Soft Cell – Torch

Paul Weller – Above the Clouds

Paul Weller – Town Called Malice

The Divine Comedy – Your Daddy’s Car

The Divine Comedy – Lucy

Chas’N’Dave – That’s What I Like

Earth Wind & Fire – In the Stone

Frankie Knuckles presents Satoshi Tomiie & Robert Owens – Tears

The Damned – New Rose

The Style Council – It Didn’t Matter

The Beatles – Get Back

Adam and the Ants – Stand and Deliver

Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald – On My Own

David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

David Bowie – Rock ‘n’ Roll with Me

Cameo – She’s Strange

Them – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Bob Dylan – Just Like A Woman

Paul Weller – Wild Wood

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

Paul Weller – Wings Of Speed

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 24th May

This week’s show was dedicated to Paul Weller’s ahead of his 64th Birthday, as he is still the leading British rock musician of his generation.

We recalled when Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy set themselves apart from the rest of the bands emerging at the time, by taking a poem by William Wordsworth to use as their debut single.

We celebrated Dave Peacock’s birthday, begun our countdown to the next Great Yarmouth Soul Weekender with a joyful choon from Earth, Wind & Fire.  We gave thanks for The Dame and looked forward to the arrival in London of Cameo.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge from The Godmother of Soul, and in which year The Beatles and The Dandy Highwayman were both #1?

Tuesday night’s show was presented with a can of Carling, and you can get drunk on the show’s love, by clicking on the link below and giving the show a listen.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 57
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#57 Playlist

The Style Council – My Ever Changing Moods

Cast – Alright

Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught The Train

Small Faces – Tin Soldier

Gloria Jones – Tainted Love

Soft Cell – Torch

Paul Weller – Above the Clouds

Paul Weller – Town Called Malice

The Divine Comedy – Your Daddy’s Car

The Divine Comedy – Lucy

Chas’N’Dave – That’s What I Like

Earth Wind & Fire – In the Stone

Frankie Knuckles presents Satoshi Tomiie & Robert Owens – Tears

The Damned – New Rose

The Style Council – It Didn’t Matter

The Beatles – Get Back

Adam and the Ants – Stand and Deliver

Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald – On My Own

David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

David Bowie – Rock ‘n’ Roll with Me

Cameo – She’s Strange

Them – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Bob Dylan – Just Like A Woman

Paul Weller – Wild Wood

The Jam – That’s Entertainment

Paul Weller – Wings Of Speed

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