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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th June

This week’s show cut Neil Diamond off in his prime, and bemoaned the lack of an organic buzz in both today’s football and music scene.

We recalled when the Sex Pistols held their own Jubilee party on the Thames, and what happened when the police gate-crashed it.  Plus when Neil Hannon shoe horned Jeff Goldblum into a song lyric.

We remembered dear Fletch, Prince and James Brown’s funky drummer and when Eddy Grant owned the Notting Hill carnival. Plus we celebrated Boz Scaggs and Gandalf’s birthday and The Dame releasing a classic album.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song performed by Sharon, and in which year T.Rex and Madness had their last #1 records?

Tuesday night’s show came complete with its own Platinum Jubilee bunting, and you can replay our own pageant, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 58
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#58 Playlist

The Cure – Why Can’t I Be You?

James – Laid

The Clash – This Is England

The Specials – Rude Buoys Outa Jail

Depeche Mode – New Life

Judy Street – What

P.I.L. – This Is Not A Love Song

Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK

The Divine Comedy – The Life and Soul Of The Party

The Divine Comedy – Gin Soaked Boy

Boz Scaggs – We Were Always Sweethearts

Lonnie Hill – Galveston Bay

Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline

Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down

T.Rex – Metal Guru

Madness – House Of Fun

Elton John – Someone Saved My Life Tonight

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

The Who – Pinball Wizard

The Who – Go To The Mirror!

James Brown – Get Up Offa That Thing

Prince – When Doves Cry

Gary Numan – Me! I Disconnect From You

Queen – Play The Game

Queen – Is This The World We Created

Queen – Love Of My Life – God Save The Queen

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th June

This week’s show cut Neil Diamond off in his prime, and bemoaned the lack of an organic buzz in both today’s football and music scene.

We recalled when the Sex Pistols held their own Jubilee party on the Thames, and what happened when the police gate-crashed it.  Plus when Neil Hannon shoe horned Jeff Goldblum into a song lyric.

We remembered dear Fletch, Prince and James Brown’s funky drummer and when Eddy Grant owned the Notting Hill carnival. Plus we celebrated Boz Scaggs and Gandalf’s birthday and The Dame releasing a classic album.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song performed by Sharon, and in which year T.Rex and Madness had their last #1 records?

Tuesday night’s show came complete with its own Platinum Jubilee bunting, and you can replay our own pageant, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 58
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#58 Playlist

The Cure – Why Can’t I Be You?

James – Laid

The Clash – This Is England

The Specials – Rude Buoys Outa Jail

Depeche Mode – New Life

Judy Street – What

P.I.L. – This Is Not A Love Song

Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK

The Divine Comedy – The Life and Soul Of The Party

The Divine Comedy – Gin Soaked Boy

Boz Scaggs – We Were Always Sweethearts

Lonnie Hill – Galveston Bay

Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline

Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down

T.Rex – Metal Guru

Madness – House Of Fun

Elton John – Someone Saved My Life Tonight

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

The Who – Pinball Wizard

The Who – Go To The Mirror!

James Brown – Get Up Offa That Thing

Prince – When Doves Cry

Gary Numan – Me! I Disconnect From You

Queen – Play The Game

Queen – Is This The World We Created

Queen – Love Of My Life – God Save The Queen

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th June

This week’s show cut Neil Diamond off in his prime, and bemoaned the lack of an organic buzz in both today’s football and music scene.

We recalled when the Sex Pistols held their own Jubilee party on the Thames, and what happened when the police gate-crashed it.  Plus when Neil Hannon shoe horned Jeff Goldblum into a song lyric.

We remembered dear Fletch, Prince and James Brown’s funky drummer and when Eddy Grant owned the Notting Hill carnival. Plus we celebrated Boz Scaggs and Gandalf’s birthday and The Dame releasing a classic album.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song performed by Sharon, and in which year T.Rex and Madness had their last #1 records?

Tuesday night’s show came complete with its own Platinum Jubilee bunting, and you can replay our own pageant, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 58
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#58 Playlist

The Cure – Why Can’t I Be You?

James – Laid

The Clash – This Is England

The Specials – Rude Buoys Outa Jail

Depeche Mode – New Life

Judy Street – What

P.I.L. – This Is Not A Love Song

Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK

The Divine Comedy – The Life and Soul Of The Party

The Divine Comedy – Gin Soaked Boy

Boz Scaggs – We Were Always Sweethearts

Lonnie Hill – Galveston Bay

Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline

Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down

T.Rex – Metal Guru

Madness – House Of Fun

Elton John – Someone Saved My Life Tonight

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

The Who – Pinball Wizard

The Who – Go To The Mirror!

James Brown – Get Up Offa That Thing

Prince – When Doves Cry

Gary Numan – Me! I Disconnect From You

Queen – Play The Game

Queen – Is This The World We Created

Queen – Love Of My Life – God Save The Queen

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 7th June

This week’s show cut Neil Diamond off in his prime, and bemoaned the lack of an organic buzz in both today’s football and music scene.

We recalled when the Sex Pistols held their own Jubilee party on the Thames, and what happened when the police gate-crashed it.  Plus when Neil Hannon shoe horned Jeff Goldblum into a song lyric.

We remembered dear Fletch, Prince and James Brown’s funky drummer and when Eddy Grant owned the Notting Hill carnival. Plus we celebrated Boz Scaggs and Gandalf’s birthday and The Dame releasing a classic album.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song performed by Sharon, and in which year T.Rex and Madness had their last #1 records?

Tuesday night’s show came complete with its own Platinum Jubilee bunting, and you can replay our own pageant, by clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 58
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#58 Playlist

The Cure – Why Can’t I Be You?

James – Laid

The Clash – This Is England

The Specials – Rude Buoys Outa Jail

Depeche Mode – New Life

Judy Street – What

P.I.L. – This Is Not A Love Song

Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK

The Divine Comedy – The Life and Soul Of The Party

The Divine Comedy – Gin Soaked Boy

Boz Scaggs – We Were Always Sweethearts

Lonnie Hill – Galveston Bay

Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline

Prefab Sprout – When Love Breaks Down

T.Rex – Metal Guru

Madness – House Of Fun

Elton John – Someone Saved My Life Tonight

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

The Who – Pinball Wizard

The Who – Go To The Mirror!

James Brown – Get Up Offa That Thing

Prince – When Doves Cry

Gary Numan – Me! I Disconnect From You

Queen – Play The Game

Queen – Is This The World We Created

Queen – Love Of My Life – God Save The Queen

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