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Off The Record / 10-12pm / 30th August

In this week’s show we paid tribute to John Peel and bemoaned the state of today’s celebrity obsessed radio stations, and how festivals nowadays, leave the kids a bit short changed.

I was a bit self-indulgent by over egging The Divine Comedy pudding this week, but only because I was celebrating their residency at The Barbican finally happening, to commemorate their 30th Anniversary of producing catchy, amusing, and clever songs.

We raided the playlist from Bob’s Country Bunker, gave thanks for Luther, and played a classic from Billy Joel and a rarity from Rod The Mod.  Plus, we celebrated Sir Horrace Gentleman’s 69th Birthday, and remembered when The Stranglers were on TOTPs and Squeeze released a new single, on the same day!  Oh, how we were spoilt in the old days.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song from Billy Idol.  Plus, in which year did The Three Degrees play for West Brom, and The Floaters enjoy their only huge #1 hit wonder.

If you were washing your hair and missed Tuesday night’s show, then you can listen to it now, by clicking on the link below.

Go on. You know you want to!

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Off The Record - Show 64
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#64 Playlist.

Bad Manners – Magnificent 7

The Ruts – Something That I Said

Blur – End Of A Century

The Undertones – Teenage Kicks

Landscape – Einstein A Go-Go

Big Audio Dynamite – E=Mc2

The Stranglers – Duchess

Squeeze – Slap & Tickle

The Divine Comedy – In & Out Of Paris & London

The Divine Comedy – If

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson – Just to Satisfy You

Luther Vandross – You’re The Sweetest One

Billy Joel – Piano Man

Rod Stewart – Three Time Loser

The Three Degrees – When Will I See You Again

The Floaters – Float On

Billy Idol – Eyes Without A Face

David Bowie – Blue Jean

Nirvana – Lithium

The Beatles – Helter Skelter

Manic Street Preachers – If You Tolerate This Then Your Children Will Be Next

The Specials – Do Nothing

The Shamen – Move Any Mountain

Dave Edmunds – Singing the Blues

The Divine Comedy – Songs of Love

The Divine Comedy – Middle-Class Heroes

The Divine Comedy – Theme From Casanova

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 30th August

In this week’s show we paid tribute to John Peel and bemoaned the state of today’s celebrity obsessed radio stations, and how festivals nowadays, leave the kids a bit short changed.

I was a bit self-indulgent by over egging The Divine Comedy pudding this week, but only because I was celebrating their residency at The Barbican finally happening, to commemorate their 30th Anniversary of producing catchy, amusing, and clever songs.

We raided the playlist from Bob’s Country Bunker, gave thanks for Luther, and played a classic from Billy Joel and a rarity from Rod The Mod.  Plus, we celebrated Sir Horrace Gentleman’s 69th Birthday, and remembered when The Stranglers were on TOTPs and Squeeze released a new single, on the same day!  Oh, how we were spoilt in the old days.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song from Billy Idol.  Plus, in which year did The Three Degrees play for West Brom, and The Floaters enjoy their only huge #1 hit wonder.

If you were washing your hair and missed Tuesday night’s show, then you can listen to it now, by clicking on the link below.

Go on. You know you want to!

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 64
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#64 Playlist.

Bad Manners – Magnificent 7

The Ruts – Something That I Said

Blur – End Of A Century

The Undertones – Teenage Kicks

Landscape – Einstein A Go-Go

Big Audio Dynamite – E=Mc2

The Stranglers – Duchess

Squeeze – Slap & Tickle

The Divine Comedy – In & Out Of Paris & London

The Divine Comedy – If

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson – Just to Satisfy You

Luther Vandross – You’re The Sweetest One

Billy Joel – Piano Man

Rod Stewart – Three Time Loser

The Three Degrees – When Will I See You Again

The Floaters – Float On

Billy Idol – Eyes Without A Face

David Bowie – Blue Jean

Nirvana – Lithium

The Beatles – Helter Skelter

Manic Street Preachers – If You Tolerate This Then Your Children Will Be Next

The Specials – Do Nothing

The Shamen – Move Any Mountain

Dave Edmunds – Singing the Blues

The Divine Comedy – Songs of Love

The Divine Comedy – Middle-Class Heroes

The Divine Comedy – Theme From Casanova

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 30th August

In this week’s show we paid tribute to John Peel and bemoaned the state of today’s celebrity obsessed radio stations, and how festivals nowadays, leave the kids a bit short changed.

I was a bit self-indulgent by over egging The Divine Comedy pudding this week, but only because I was celebrating their residency at The Barbican finally happening, to commemorate their 30th Anniversary of producing catchy, amusing, and clever songs.

We raided the playlist from Bob’s Country Bunker, gave thanks for Luther, and played a classic from Billy Joel and a rarity from Rod The Mod.  Plus, we celebrated Sir Horrace Gentleman’s 69th Birthday, and remembered when The Stranglers were on TOTPs and Squeeze released a new single, on the same day!  Oh, how we were spoilt in the old days.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song from Billy Idol.  Plus, in which year did The Three Degrees play for West Brom, and The Floaters enjoy their only huge #1 hit wonder.

If you were washing your hair and missed Tuesday night’s show, then you can listen to it now, by clicking on the link below.

Go on. You know you want to!

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 64
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#64 Playlist.

Bad Manners – Magnificent 7

The Ruts – Something That I Said

Blur – End Of A Century

The Undertones – Teenage Kicks

Landscape – Einstein A Go-Go

Big Audio Dynamite – E=Mc2

The Stranglers – Duchess

Squeeze – Slap & Tickle

The Divine Comedy – In & Out Of Paris & London

The Divine Comedy – If

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson – Just to Satisfy You

Luther Vandross – You’re The Sweetest One

Billy Joel – Piano Man

Rod Stewart – Three Time Loser

The Three Degrees – When Will I See You Again

The Floaters – Float On

Billy Idol – Eyes Without A Face

David Bowie – Blue Jean

Nirvana – Lithium

The Beatles – Helter Skelter

Manic Street Preachers – If You Tolerate This Then Your Children Will Be Next

The Specials – Do Nothing

The Shamen – Move Any Mountain

Dave Edmunds – Singing the Blues

The Divine Comedy – Songs of Love

The Divine Comedy – Middle-Class Heroes

The Divine Comedy – Theme From Casanova

Off The Record / 10-12pm / 30th August

In this week’s show we paid tribute to John Peel and bemoaned the state of today’s celebrity obsessed radio stations, and how festivals nowadays, leave the kids a bit short changed.

I was a bit self-indulgent by over egging The Divine Comedy pudding this week, but only because I was celebrating their residency at The Barbican finally happening, to commemorate their 30th Anniversary of producing catchy, amusing, and clever songs.

We raided the playlist from Bob’s Country Bunker, gave thanks for Luther, and played a classic from Billy Joel and a rarity from Rod The Mod.  Plus, we celebrated Sir Horrace Gentleman’s 69th Birthday, and remembered when The Stranglers were on TOTPs and Squeeze released a new single, on the same day!  Oh, how we were spoilt in the old days.

We also tested your lyrical knowledge on a song from Billy Idol.  Plus, in which year did The Three Degrees play for West Brom, and The Floaters enjoy their only huge #1 hit wonder.

If you were washing your hair and missed Tuesday night’s show, then you can listen to it now, by clicking on the link below.

Go on. You know you want to!

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Off The Record - Show 64
Off The Record
Gary Davidson

Show#64 Playlist.

Bad Manners – Magnificent 7

The Ruts – Something That I Said

Blur – End Of A Century

The Undertones – Teenage Kicks

Landscape – Einstein A Go-Go

Big Audio Dynamite – E=Mc2

The Stranglers – Duchess

Squeeze – Slap & Tickle

The Divine Comedy – In & Out Of Paris & London

The Divine Comedy – If

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson – Just to Satisfy You

Luther Vandross – You’re The Sweetest One

Billy Joel – Piano Man

Rod Stewart – Three Time Loser

The Three Degrees – When Will I See You Again

The Floaters – Float On

Billy Idol – Eyes Without A Face

David Bowie – Blue Jean

Nirvana – Lithium

The Beatles – Helter Skelter

Manic Street Preachers – If You Tolerate This Then Your Children Will Be Next

The Specials – Do Nothing

The Shamen – Move Any Mountain

Dave Edmunds – Singing the Blues

The Divine Comedy – Songs of Love

The Divine Comedy – Middle-Class Heroes

The Divine Comedy – Theme From Casanova

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