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One 2 Three Friday 1.7.22 with Murray Peat.


P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Murray Peat.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Murray Peat,  a student at Brentwood school has been  on work experience at Phoenix FM this week. He stated that he has had a great time. His expectations were that he would spend most of the week making tea for everyone. He said that virtually as soon as he met Michelle on Monday, he was on air. All the presenters have involved him in their shows. Today he chatted about his love of music and drama, and the kind of activities that happen at school, including after school time with friends developing their own music group. After leaving the station today, he was going to sing backing vocals with the school big band tonight. He chose three music tracks for the show today, explaining why he liked the artists.

Playlist

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth – USA no 1 for 12 weeks across the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000.

Brentwood School Big Band – If only

Aretha Franklin – Chain of fools. Chosen by Murray who said this was simply classic soul.

Whitney Houston  – Greatest love of all. Chosen by Murray. He said that Whitney was a bridge between the classic soul sound of Aretha and more contemporary artists.

Lily Allen – Smile. For Murray, Lily Allen epitomised English music in style.

Friday Teaser

David Paich, the song writer and singer for the band Toto celebrated his 68th birthday. We played the classic 1982 track Africa, which last year topped a billion hits on Spotify.

Sam Ryder was older than all our contestants thought, apart from Murray. He recently celebrated his 33rd birthday. What else could we have played but his Eurovision Song Contest entry, Spaceman ?

Above, Georgie Fame in 1964.

Below, Georgie Fame in 2021.

Chris in Guildford was one year out, despite have seen Georgie in concert last year. Georgie Fame is 79 years old. We heard his 1966 UK no 1 – Get away.

With 4 points, Murray in the studio  and Patrick in Ingatestone were joint winners. Bob in Harlow had three points. Chris in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, June in Tottenham, and Murray’s mother Samantha, all didn’t trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Switchfoot – Hope is the anthem

Madonna – Frozen – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this UK no1 and USA no 2 from 1998.

Chart this week in

I sat in for Scott Ross on Tuesday’s One 2 Three show and we had three tracks from this chart. There are so many great tracks, that today we had three more.

No 4 Booker T & the MGs – Time is tight. They were the house band for Stax records and provided the backing on numerous tracks for the record label.

No 8 Beach Boys – Breakaway.

No 13 Jackie Wilson – Higher and higher.

Weezer – A little bit of love

The Plan – Heartbreak

Kate Bush – Running up that hill. 

Next Friday I will be joined by Andy Griffiths, who will be explaining about the help provided by the Diocese of Chelmsford for those hosting Ukrainians, fleeing from the war.

John Horner, who is providing accommodation for a family, will also be joining us in the studio.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 1.7.22 with Murray Peat.


P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Murray Peat.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Murray Peat,  a student at Brentwood school has been  on work experience at Phoenix FM this week. He stated that he has had a great time. His expectations were that he would spend most of the week making tea for everyone. He said that virtually as soon as he met Michelle on Monday, he was on air. All the presenters have involved him in their shows. Today he chatted about his love of music and drama, and the kind of activities that happen at school, including after school time with friends developing their own music group. After leaving the station today, he was going to sing backing vocals with the school big band tonight. He chose three music tracks for the show today, explaining why he liked the artists.

Playlist

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth – USA no 1 for 12 weeks across the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000.

Brentwood School Big Band – If only

Aretha Franklin – Chain of fools. Chosen by Murray who said this was simply classic soul.

Whitney Houston  – Greatest love of all. Chosen by Murray. He said that Whitney was a bridge between the classic soul sound of Aretha and more contemporary artists.

Lily Allen – Smile. For Murray, Lily Allen epitomised English music in style.

Friday Teaser

David Paich, the song writer and singer for the band Toto celebrated his 68th birthday. We played the classic 1982 track Africa, which last year topped a billion hits on Spotify.

Sam Ryder was older than all our contestants thought, apart from Murray. He recently celebrated his 33rd birthday. What else could we have played but his Eurovision Song Contest entry, Spaceman ?

Above, Georgie Fame in 1964.

Below, Georgie Fame in 2021.

Chris in Guildford was one year out, despite have seen Georgie in concert last year. Georgie Fame is 79 years old. We heard his 1966 UK no 1 – Get away.

With 4 points, Murray in the studio  and Patrick in Ingatestone were joint winners. Bob in Harlow had three points. Chris in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, June in Tottenham, and Murray’s mother Samantha, all didn’t trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Switchfoot – Hope is the anthem

Madonna – Frozen – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this UK no1 and USA no 2 from 1998.

Chart this week in

I sat in for Scott Ross on Tuesday’s One 2 Three show and we had three tracks from this chart. There are so many great tracks, that today we had three more.

No 4 Booker T & the MGs – Time is tight. They were the house band for Stax records and provided the backing on numerous tracks for the record label.

No 8 Beach Boys – Breakaway.

No 13 Jackie Wilson – Higher and higher.

Weezer – A little bit of love

The Plan – Heartbreak

Kate Bush – Running up that hill. 

Next Friday I will be joined by Andy Griffiths, who will be explaining about the help provided by the Diocese of Chelmsford for those hosting Ukrainians, fleeing from the war.

John Horner, who is providing accommodation for a family, will also be joining us in the studio.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 1.7.22 with Murray Peat.


P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Murray Peat.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Murray Peat,  a student at Brentwood school has been  on work experience at Phoenix FM this week. He stated that he has had a great time. His expectations were that he would spend most of the week making tea for everyone. He said that virtually as soon as he met Michelle on Monday, he was on air. All the presenters have involved him in their shows. Today he chatted about his love of music and drama, and the kind of activities that happen at school, including after school time with friends developing their own music group. After leaving the station today, he was going to sing backing vocals with the school big band tonight. He chose three music tracks for the show today, explaining why he liked the artists.

Playlist

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth – USA no 1 for 12 weeks across the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000.

Brentwood School Big Band – If only

Aretha Franklin – Chain of fools. Chosen by Murray who said this was simply classic soul.

Whitney Houston  – Greatest love of all. Chosen by Murray. He said that Whitney was a bridge between the classic soul sound of Aretha and more contemporary artists.

Lily Allen – Smile. For Murray, Lily Allen epitomised English music in style.

Friday Teaser

David Paich, the song writer and singer for the band Toto celebrated his 68th birthday. We played the classic 1982 track Africa, which last year topped a billion hits on Spotify.

Sam Ryder was older than all our contestants thought, apart from Murray. He recently celebrated his 33rd birthday. What else could we have played but his Eurovision Song Contest entry, Spaceman ?

Above, Georgie Fame in 1964.

Below, Georgie Fame in 2021.

Chris in Guildford was one year out, despite have seen Georgie in concert last year. Georgie Fame is 79 years old. We heard his 1966 UK no 1 – Get away.

With 4 points, Murray in the studio  and Patrick in Ingatestone were joint winners. Bob in Harlow had three points. Chris in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, June in Tottenham, and Murray’s mother Samantha, all didn’t trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Switchfoot – Hope is the anthem

Madonna – Frozen – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this UK no1 and USA no 2 from 1998.

Chart this week in

I sat in for Scott Ross on Tuesday’s One 2 Three show and we had three tracks from this chart. There are so many great tracks, that today we had three more.

No 4 Booker T & the MGs – Time is tight. They were the house band for Stax records and provided the backing on numerous tracks for the record label.

No 8 Beach Boys – Breakaway.

No 13 Jackie Wilson – Higher and higher.

Weezer – A little bit of love

The Plan – Heartbreak

Kate Bush – Running up that hill. 

Next Friday I will be joined by Andy Griffiths, who will be explaining about the help provided by the Diocese of Chelmsford for those hosting Ukrainians, fleeing from the war.

John Horner, who is providing accommodation for a family, will also be joining us in the studio.

 

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One 2 Three Friday 1.7.22 with Murray Peat.


P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
with Murray Peat.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Murray Peat,  a student at Brentwood school has been  on work experience at Phoenix FM this week. He stated that he has had a great time. His expectations were that he would spend most of the week making tea for everyone. He said that virtually as soon as he met Michelle on Monday, he was on air. All the presenters have involved him in their shows. Today he chatted about his love of music and drama, and the kind of activities that happen at school, including after school time with friends developing their own music group. After leaving the station today, he was going to sing backing vocals with the school big band tonight. He chose three music tracks for the show today, explaining why he liked the artists.

Playlist

Jonny Morgan – Wired

Santana featuring Rod Thomas – Smooth – USA no 1 for 12 weeks across the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000.

Brentwood School Big Band – If only

Aretha Franklin – Chain of fools. Chosen by Murray who said this was simply classic soul.

Whitney Houston  – Greatest love of all. Chosen by Murray. He said that Whitney was a bridge between the classic soul sound of Aretha and more contemporary artists.

Lily Allen – Smile. For Murray, Lily Allen epitomised English music in style.

Friday Teaser

David Paich, the song writer and singer for the band Toto celebrated his 68th birthday. We played the classic 1982 track Africa, which last year topped a billion hits on Spotify.

Sam Ryder was older than all our contestants thought, apart from Murray. He recently celebrated his 33rd birthday. What else could we have played but his Eurovision Song Contest entry, Spaceman ?

Above, Georgie Fame in 1964.

Below, Georgie Fame in 2021.

Chris in Guildford was one year out, despite have seen Georgie in concert last year. Georgie Fame is 79 years old. We heard his 1966 UK no 1 – Get away.

With 4 points, Murray in the studio  and Patrick in Ingatestone were joint winners. Bob in Harlow had three points. Chris in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, June in Tottenham, and Murray’s mother Samantha, all didn’t trouble the scorer. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Switchfoot – Hope is the anthem

Madonna – Frozen – Patrick in Ingatestone requested this UK no1 and USA no 2 from 1998.

Chart this week in

I sat in for Scott Ross on Tuesday’s One 2 Three show and we had three tracks from this chart. There are so many great tracks, that today we had three more.

No 4 Booker T & the MGs – Time is tight. They were the house band for Stax records and provided the backing on numerous tracks for the record label.

No 8 Beach Boys – Breakaway.

No 13 Jackie Wilson – Higher and higher.

Weezer – A little bit of love

The Plan – Heartbreak

Kate Bush – Running up that hill. 

Next Friday I will be joined by Andy Griffiths, who will be explaining about the help provided by the Diocese of Chelmsford for those hosting Ukrainians, fleeing from the war.

John Horner, who is providing accommodation for a family, will also be joining us in the studio.

 

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