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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 21st June

This week’s show gave you a life mantra from The Psychedelic Furs, a synth classic from A Flock Of Seagulls, plus an anthem for the downtrodden from Paul Weller.

We recalled when Rainbow rocked like Spinal Tap, and when dear Dave Greenfield auditioned for The Doors.  Also, when Todd Rundgren recorded a classic on his tod, and we saluted a masterpiece from The Dame.

We commemorated the 42nd anniversary of The Blues Brothers being released.  Then celebrated Branden Flowers and Jimmy Somerville’s birthday with the same tune, before we remembered dear Judy Garland.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song written by Ray Davies but performed by Mark E Smith, and in which year covers from Don McLean and the Fugees got to #1?

Tuesday night’s show had an atmosphere of its own. Unfortunately, it was of the tropospheric variety, which meant I was listening to a completely different show to the rest of you.  Fortunately, you can listen to just our show again, by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 59
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#59 Playlist

Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die

The Ruts – Babylon’s Burning

The Jam – Just Who Is The Five O’clock Hero

Blur – Tracy Jacks

Talk Talk – Today

Rainbow – All Night Long

The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way

A Flock Of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song

Gary Numan – Bombers [Live]

The Stranglers – Walk on By

Todd Rundgren – I Saw the Light

Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly – Back In Stride

Primal Scream – Damaged

The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago

Don McLean – Crying

Fugees – Killing Me Softly

The Fall – Victoria

David Bowie – Life On Mars?

The Killers – Somebody Told Me

Brandon Flowers – I Can Change

Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy

Barbra Streisand (With Judy Garland)- Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again

The Kinks – Days

The Kinks – David Watts

The Kinks – Stop Your Sobbing

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 21st June

This week’s show gave you a life mantra from The Psychedelic Furs, a synth classic from A Flock Of Seagulls, plus an anthem for the downtrodden from Paul Weller.

We recalled when Rainbow rocked like Spinal Tap, and when dear Dave Greenfield auditioned for The Doors.  Also, when Todd Rundgren recorded a classic on his tod, and we saluted a masterpiece from The Dame.

We commemorated the 42nd anniversary of The Blues Brothers being released.  Then celebrated Branden Flowers and Jimmy Somerville’s birthday with the same tune, before we remembered dear Judy Garland.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song written by Ray Davies but performed by Mark E Smith, and in which year covers from Don McLean and the Fugees got to #1?

Tuesday night’s show had an atmosphere of its own. Unfortunately, it was of the tropospheric variety, which meant I was listening to a completely different show to the rest of you.  Fortunately, you can listen to just our show again, by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 59
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#59 Playlist

Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die

The Ruts – Babylon’s Burning

The Jam – Just Who Is The Five O’clock Hero

Blur – Tracy Jacks

Talk Talk – Today

Rainbow – All Night Long

The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way

A Flock Of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song

Gary Numan – Bombers [Live]

The Stranglers – Walk on By

Todd Rundgren – I Saw the Light

Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly – Back In Stride

Primal Scream – Damaged

The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago

Don McLean – Crying

Fugees – Killing Me Softly

The Fall – Victoria

David Bowie – Life On Mars?

The Killers – Somebody Told Me

Brandon Flowers – I Can Change

Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy

Barbra Streisand (With Judy Garland)- Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again

The Kinks – Days

The Kinks – David Watts

The Kinks – Stop Your Sobbing

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 21st June

This week’s show gave you a life mantra from The Psychedelic Furs, a synth classic from A Flock Of Seagulls, plus an anthem for the downtrodden from Paul Weller.

We recalled when Rainbow rocked like Spinal Tap, and when dear Dave Greenfield auditioned for The Doors.  Also, when Todd Rundgren recorded a classic on his tod, and we saluted a masterpiece from The Dame.

We commemorated the 42nd anniversary of The Blues Brothers being released.  Then celebrated Branden Flowers and Jimmy Somerville’s birthday with the same tune, before we remembered dear Judy Garland.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song written by Ray Davies but performed by Mark E Smith, and in which year covers from Don McLean and the Fugees got to #1?

Tuesday night’s show had an atmosphere of its own. Unfortunately, it was of the tropospheric variety, which meant I was listening to a completely different show to the rest of you.  Fortunately, you can listen to just our show again, by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 59
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#59 Playlist

Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die

The Ruts – Babylon’s Burning

The Jam – Just Who Is The Five O’clock Hero

Blur – Tracy Jacks

Talk Talk – Today

Rainbow – All Night Long

The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way

A Flock Of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song

Gary Numan – Bombers [Live]

The Stranglers – Walk on By

Todd Rundgren – I Saw the Light

Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly – Back In Stride

Primal Scream – Damaged

The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago

Don McLean – Crying

Fugees – Killing Me Softly

The Fall – Victoria

David Bowie – Life On Mars?

The Killers – Somebody Told Me

Brandon Flowers – I Can Change

Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy

Barbra Streisand (With Judy Garland)- Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again

The Kinks – Days

The Kinks – David Watts

The Kinks – Stop Your Sobbing

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 21st June

This week’s show gave you a life mantra from The Psychedelic Furs, a synth classic from A Flock Of Seagulls, plus an anthem for the downtrodden from Paul Weller.

We recalled when Rainbow rocked like Spinal Tap, and when dear Dave Greenfield auditioned for The Doors.  Also, when Todd Rundgren recorded a classic on his tod, and we saluted a masterpiece from The Dame.

We commemorated the 42nd anniversary of The Blues Brothers being released.  Then celebrated Branden Flowers and Jimmy Somerville’s birthday with the same tune, before we remembered dear Judy Garland.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song written by Ray Davies but performed by Mark E Smith, and in which year covers from Don McLean and the Fugees got to #1?

Tuesday night’s show had an atmosphere of its own. Unfortunately, it was of the tropospheric variety, which meant I was listening to a completely different show to the rest of you.  Fortunately, you can listen to just our show again, by simply clicking on the link below.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 59
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#59 Playlist

Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die

The Ruts – Babylon’s Burning

The Jam – Just Who Is The Five O’clock Hero

Blur – Tracy Jacks

Talk Talk – Today

Rainbow – All Night Long

The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way

A Flock Of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song

Gary Numan – Bombers [Live]

The Stranglers – Walk on By

Todd Rundgren – I Saw the Light

Maze Feat. Frankie Beverly – Back In Stride

Primal Scream – Damaged

The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago

Don McLean – Crying

Fugees – Killing Me Softly

The Fall – Victoria

David Bowie – Life On Mars?

The Killers – Somebody Told Me

Brandon Flowers – I Can Change

Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy

Barbra Streisand (With Judy Garland)- Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again

The Kinks – Days

The Kinks – David Watts

The Kinks – Stop Your Sobbing

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