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One 2 Three Friday 9.2.24 Friday lunch time music mix.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lunch time music mix
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Music chosen by guests, some new new music, the birthday quiz, the chart this week in 1994 and so much more mixed together for our Friday lunchtime music mix.

Playlist

Wet Wet Wet – Love is all around – From the soundtrack of the 1994 film – Four weddings and a funeral UK no 1 for 15 weeks with nearly 2 million sales. No 1 in four more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun on my face – title track from recently released album, requested by Chris in Guildford.

Honey and the Bear – Why am always saying sorry? – check out details of their 10th anniversary Autumn tour, including 30th of September at the Cambridge Junction.

Sting – Fragile – no 1 in Poland. Track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – no 1 in UK and Japan, USA no 9, Top 10 in ten more countries.

Stevie Wonder – Heaven help us all – 1970 USA no 2, UK no 29.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from 2023 album – Insecuriosity – more information at https://www.facebook.com/Jeremyjohsongs/

Carl Wilson – Heaven – from his 1981 solo album – Carl Wilson. Played for Bob in Harlow who is a great fan of the Beach Boys. Carl was their lead guitarists until his death in 1998.

Paul Simon – Numbers matter – from his 1983 album – Hearts and bones. Norway no 3 and Top 20 in two more countries. UK no 34.

Birthdays quiz

Alice Cooper – Elected – 1972 UK no 4, Austria no 3, Top 10 in the Netherlands and Belgium. USA no 26. From the album – Billion Dollar Baby – USA and UK no 1. Alice Cooper, real name Vincent Damon Furnier, recently celebrated his 76th birthday.

Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu – 2005 UK and New Zealand no 1, USA no 5, Top 10 in 5 more countries. Nominated for the Grammy award for best Pop performance by duo or group. From their debut album – PCD. Singer Kimberley Wyatt is 42 years old.

Rick Astley – When I fall in love – UK no 2,Belgium no 1, Top 10 in three more countries. From his debut album – Whenever you need somebody. No 1 in UK, Australia, Germany and Spain. USA no 10, Top 10 in ten more countries. World wide sales of five million. Rick celebrated his 58th birthday this week.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part this week. Our winner with  6 points was Patrick.

Enya – Orinoco flow – Patrick requested a track by Enya. 1988 UK no 1 for 3 weeks, no 1 in four more countries. Top 20 in ten more countries. USA no 24. From the album – Watermark – global sales of over eight million.

Shea Rafferty – Don’t be hard on yourself – playing live at the Carlton Tower in London on 23rd of February. More information at https://facebook.com/shearaffmusic/

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go (featuring Bart Millard) – from 2019 album – Testimony – winner of Grammy Award for Best roots Gospel album.

Chart this week in 1994.

No 1 D.REAM – Things can only get better – UK no 1 for 4 weeks. Top 10 in eight more countries.

No 2 Toni Braxton – Breathe again – UK no 2, USA no 3. Top 10 in four more countries.

No 16 Cranberries – Linger – UK no 14, Ireland no 3, Canada no 4, USA no 8, staying on the Hot 100 for 24 weeks.

Billy Joel – Turn the lights back on – his first new track for seventeen years.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from 2010 album – Praise and blame. UK no 2.

Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene part 4 – 1977 UK no 4,  no 1 Belgium and Spain, from the 1976 album – Oxygene – sales of nearly 20 million.

My studio guest next week is Julie Hardy from the Kelvedon Hatch, Bentley & Navestock group of churches.

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One 2 Three Friday 9.2.24 Friday lunch time music mix.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lunch time music mix
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Music chosen by guests, some new new music, the birthday quiz, the chart this week in 1994 and so much more mixed together for our Friday lunchtime music mix.

Playlist

Wet Wet Wet – Love is all around – From the soundtrack of the 1994 film – Four weddings and a funeral UK no 1 for 15 weeks with nearly 2 million sales. No 1 in four more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun on my face – title track from recently released album, requested by Chris in Guildford.

Honey and the Bear – Why am always saying sorry? – check out details of their 10th anniversary Autumn tour, including 30th of September at the Cambridge Junction.

Sting – Fragile – no 1 in Poland. Track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – no 1 in UK and Japan, USA no 9, Top 10 in ten more countries.

Stevie Wonder – Heaven help us all – 1970 USA no 2, UK no 29.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from 2023 album – Insecuriosity – more information at https://www.facebook.com/Jeremyjohsongs/

Carl Wilson – Heaven – from his 1981 solo album – Carl Wilson. Played for Bob in Harlow who is a great fan of the Beach Boys. Carl was their lead guitarists until his death in 1998.

Paul Simon – Numbers matter – from his 1983 album – Hearts and bones. Norway no 3 and Top 20 in two more countries. UK no 34.

Birthdays quiz

Alice Cooper – Elected – 1972 UK no 4, Austria no 3, Top 10 in the Netherlands and Belgium. USA no 26. From the album – Billion Dollar Baby – USA and UK no 1. Alice Cooper, real name Vincent Damon Furnier, recently celebrated his 76th birthday.

Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu – 2005 UK and New Zealand no 1, USA no 5, Top 10 in 5 more countries. Nominated for the Grammy award for best Pop performance by duo or group. From their debut album – PCD. Singer Kimberley Wyatt is 42 years old.

Rick Astley – When I fall in love – UK no 2,Belgium no 1, Top 10 in three more countries. From his debut album – Whenever you need somebody. No 1 in UK, Australia, Germany and Spain. USA no 10, Top 10 in ten more countries. World wide sales of five million. Rick celebrated his 58th birthday this week.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part this week. Our winner with  6 points was Patrick.

Enya – Orinoco flow – Patrick requested a track by Enya. 1988 UK no 1 for 3 weeks, no 1 in four more countries. Top 20 in ten more countries. USA no 24. From the album – Watermark – global sales of over eight million.

Shea Rafferty – Don’t be hard on yourself – playing live at the Carlton Tower in London on 23rd of February. More information at https://facebook.com/shearaffmusic/

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go (featuring Bart Millard) – from 2019 album – Testimony – winner of Grammy Award for Best roots Gospel album.

Chart this week in 1994.

No 1 D.REAM – Things can only get better – UK no 1 for 4 weeks. Top 10 in eight more countries.

No 2 Toni Braxton – Breathe again – UK no 2, USA no 3. Top 10 in four more countries.

No 16 Cranberries – Linger – UK no 14, Ireland no 3, Canada no 4, USA no 8, staying on the Hot 100 for 24 weeks.

Billy Joel – Turn the lights back on – his first new track for seventeen years.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from 2010 album – Praise and blame. UK no 2.

Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene part 4 – 1977 UK no 4,  no 1 Belgium and Spain, from the 1976 album – Oxygene – sales of nearly 20 million.

My studio guest next week is Julie Hardy from the Kelvedon Hatch, Bentley & Navestock group of churches.

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One 2 Three Friday 9.2.24 Friday lunch time music mix.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lunch time music mix
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Music chosen by guests, some new new music, the birthday quiz, the chart this week in 1994 and so much more mixed together for our Friday lunchtime music mix.

Playlist

Wet Wet Wet – Love is all around – From the soundtrack of the 1994 film – Four weddings and a funeral UK no 1 for 15 weeks with nearly 2 million sales. No 1 in four more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun on my face – title track from recently released album, requested by Chris in Guildford.

Honey and the Bear – Why am always saying sorry? – check out details of their 10th anniversary Autumn tour, including 30th of September at the Cambridge Junction.

Sting – Fragile – no 1 in Poland. Track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – no 1 in UK and Japan, USA no 9, Top 10 in ten more countries.

Stevie Wonder – Heaven help us all – 1970 USA no 2, UK no 29.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from 2023 album – Insecuriosity – more information at https://www.facebook.com/Jeremyjohsongs/

Carl Wilson – Heaven – from his 1981 solo album – Carl Wilson. Played for Bob in Harlow who is a great fan of the Beach Boys. Carl was their lead guitarists until his death in 1998.

Paul Simon – Numbers matter – from his 1983 album – Hearts and bones. Norway no 3 and Top 20 in two more countries. UK no 34.

Birthdays quiz

Alice Cooper – Elected – 1972 UK no 4, Austria no 3, Top 10 in the Netherlands and Belgium. USA no 26. From the album – Billion Dollar Baby – USA and UK no 1. Alice Cooper, real name Vincent Damon Furnier, recently celebrated his 76th birthday.

Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu – 2005 UK and New Zealand no 1, USA no 5, Top 10 in 5 more countries. Nominated for the Grammy award for best Pop performance by duo or group. From their debut album – PCD. Singer Kimberley Wyatt is 42 years old.

Rick Astley – When I fall in love – UK no 2,Belgium no 1, Top 10 in three more countries. From his debut album – Whenever you need somebody. No 1 in UK, Australia, Germany and Spain. USA no 10, Top 10 in ten more countries. World wide sales of five million. Rick celebrated his 58th birthday this week.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part this week. Our winner with  6 points was Patrick.

Enya – Orinoco flow – Patrick requested a track by Enya. 1988 UK no 1 for 3 weeks, no 1 in four more countries. Top 20 in ten more countries. USA no 24. From the album – Watermark – global sales of over eight million.

Shea Rafferty – Don’t be hard on yourself – playing live at the Carlton Tower in London on 23rd of February. More information at https://facebook.com/shearaffmusic/

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go (featuring Bart Millard) – from 2019 album – Testimony – winner of Grammy Award for Best roots Gospel album.

Chart this week in 1994.

No 1 D.REAM – Things can only get better – UK no 1 for 4 weeks. Top 10 in eight more countries.

No 2 Toni Braxton – Breathe again – UK no 2, USA no 3. Top 10 in four more countries.

No 16 Cranberries – Linger – UK no 14, Ireland no 3, Canada no 4, USA no 8, staying on the Hot 100 for 24 weeks.

Billy Joel – Turn the lights back on – his first new track for seventeen years.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from 2010 album – Praise and blame. UK no 2.

Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene part 4 – 1977 UK no 4,  no 1 Belgium and Spain, from the 1976 album – Oxygene – sales of nearly 20 million.

My studio guest next week is Julie Hardy from the Kelvedon Hatch, Bentley & Navestock group of churches.

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One 2 Three Friday 9.2.24 Friday lunch time music mix.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Lunch time music mix
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Music chosen by guests, some new new music, the birthday quiz, the chart this week in 1994 and so much more mixed together for our Friday lunchtime music mix.

Playlist

Wet Wet Wet – Love is all around – From the soundtrack of the 1994 film – Four weddings and a funeral UK no 1 for 15 weeks with nearly 2 million sales. No 1 in four more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun on my face – title track from recently released album, requested by Chris in Guildford.

Honey and the Bear – Why am always saying sorry? – check out details of their 10th anniversary Autumn tour, including 30th of September at the Cambridge Junction.

Sting – Fragile – no 1 in Poland. Track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – no 1 in UK and Japan, USA no 9, Top 10 in ten more countries.

Stevie Wonder – Heaven help us all – 1970 USA no 2, UK no 29.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from 2023 album – Insecuriosity – more information at https://www.facebook.com/Jeremyjohsongs/

Carl Wilson – Heaven – from his 1981 solo album – Carl Wilson. Played for Bob in Harlow who is a great fan of the Beach Boys. Carl was their lead guitarists until his death in 1998.

Paul Simon – Numbers matter – from his 1983 album – Hearts and bones. Norway no 3 and Top 20 in two more countries. UK no 34.

Birthdays quiz

Alice Cooper – Elected – 1972 UK no 4, Austria no 3, Top 10 in the Netherlands and Belgium. USA no 26. From the album – Billion Dollar Baby – USA and UK no 1. Alice Cooper, real name Vincent Damon Furnier, recently celebrated his 76th birthday.

Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu – 2005 UK and New Zealand no 1, USA no 5, Top 10 in 5 more countries. Nominated for the Grammy award for best Pop performance by duo or group. From their debut album – PCD. Singer Kimberley Wyatt is 42 years old.

Rick Astley – When I fall in love – UK no 2,Belgium no 1, Top 10 in three more countries. From his debut album – Whenever you need somebody. No 1 in UK, Australia, Germany and Spain. USA no 10, Top 10 in ten more countries. World wide sales of five million. Rick celebrated his 58th birthday this week.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part this week. Our winner with  6 points was Patrick.

Enya – Orinoco flow – Patrick requested a track by Enya. 1988 UK no 1 for 3 weeks, no 1 in four more countries. Top 20 in ten more countries. USA no 24. From the album – Watermark – global sales of over eight million.

Shea Rafferty – Don’t be hard on yourself – playing live at the Carlton Tower in London on 23rd of February. More information at https://facebook.com/shearaffmusic/

Gloria Gaynor – He won’t let go (featuring Bart Millard) – from 2019 album – Testimony – winner of Grammy Award for Best roots Gospel album.

Chart this week in 1994.

No 1 D.REAM – Things can only get better – UK no 1 for 4 weeks. Top 10 in eight more countries.

No 2 Toni Braxton – Breathe again – UK no 2, USA no 3. Top 10 in four more countries.

No 16 Cranberries – Linger – UK no 14, Ireland no 3, Canada no 4, USA no 8, staying on the Hot 100 for 24 weeks.

Billy Joel – Turn the lights back on – his first new track for seventeen years.

Tom Jones – Lord help the poor and needy – from 2010 album – Praise and blame. UK no 2.

Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene part 4 – 1977 UK no 4,  no 1 Belgium and Spain, from the 1976 album – Oxygene – sales of nearly 20 million.

My studio guest next week is Julie Hardy from the Kelvedon Hatch, Bentley & Navestock group of churches.

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