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One 2 Three Friday 17.5.24 The Friday lunchtime playlist.

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The Friday lunchtime playlist.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Today’s playlist included the birthday’s competition, where none of those taking part got any correct answers. The vintage chart came from this week in 1987.

Playlist

Lucigenic – Star – debut release and on the PhoenixFM A list.

Sting – Fragile – track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – No 1 UK, Japan. Top 3 in 8 more countries. USA no 9. Brit award for best British album.

Pink – A million dreams – No 11 UK from the 2018 album – The Greatest showman re-imagined – UK no 1, USA no 3.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from 2018 album – Look up child – Grammy Christian album of the year.

Billy Joel – River of dreams – No 1 in Australia & New Zealand, UK & USA no 3. Title track from the 1993 album, UK no 1, USA no 3, global sales of over 6 million copies.

Brenda Russell – Walking in New York – from 2000 album – Paris Rain.

Bluebells – Young at heart – 1984 UK no 8, re-released in 1993 when featured in a Volkswagen advert, UK no 1.

Taylor Swift – Love story – from 2008 album – Fearless. UK no 1 with over 158 million streams in UK.

Birthdays competition

Stevie Wonder – Superstition – 1972 USA no 1, UK no 11. No 12 on 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. On Monday Stevie celebrated his 74th birthday.

The Animals –House of the rising sun. 1964 No 1 UK, USA & 2 more countries. Top 10 in another 12 countries. No 122 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time.

On Saturday lead singer Eric Burden celebrated his 83rd birthday.

House Martins – Happy hour – 1986 UK & Ireland no 3 selling 400,000+ in UK. Lead singer and vocalist Paul Heaton celebrated his 62 birthday on Thursday last week. He is on tour this summer, including playing at Latitude in Suffolk on 22nd of July.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. We had no correct answers. Joint winners with two points points were Bob and Chris in Guildford.

Patrick requested Johnny Cash – A thing called love – 1972 UK no 4, Ireland no 1, Netherlands no 6.

The Mamas – Move – The Swedish entry for the 2020 Eurovision Song contest, which was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic.

Martyn Joseph – Still a lot of love round here – from 2012 album – Songs for the coming home.

Chart this week in 1987

No 1 Starship – Nothing’s gonna stop us now – No 1 UK, USA & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 11 more countries. Featured on the soundtrack of the film Mannequin. Bob e-mailed in to say he had seen the film, but left no comment about it. I think we can draw our own conclusions.

No 4 Labi Siffre – (Something inside) so strong – Ireland no 2, Netherlands no 3, UK no 4.

No 5 Johnny Hates Jazz – Shattered dreams – USA no 2, UK no 5, Top 10 in 4 more countries. From the album – Turn back the clock – UK no 1 & in 2 more countries.

Victors – Keep living – from the upcoming EP – The Hotel.

Elton John & Taron Egerton – I’m gonna love me again – Rocket man soundtrack

Beach Boys – That is why God made the radio – Title track from the 2012 album celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary.  USA no 3, UK no 15.

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One 2 Three Friday 17.5.24 The Friday lunchtime playlist.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Friday lunchtime playlist.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Today’s playlist included the birthday’s competition, where none of those taking part got any correct answers. The vintage chart came from this week in 1987.

Playlist

Lucigenic – Star – debut release and on the PhoenixFM A list.

Sting – Fragile – track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – No 1 UK, Japan. Top 3 in 8 more countries. USA no 9. Brit award for best British album.

Pink – A million dreams – No 11 UK from the 2018 album – The Greatest showman re-imagined – UK no 1, USA no 3.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from 2018 album – Look up child – Grammy Christian album of the year.

Billy Joel – River of dreams – No 1 in Australia & New Zealand, UK & USA no 3. Title track from the 1993 album, UK no 1, USA no 3, global sales of over 6 million copies.

Brenda Russell – Walking in New York – from 2000 album – Paris Rain.

Bluebells – Young at heart – 1984 UK no 8, re-released in 1993 when featured in a Volkswagen advert, UK no 1.

Taylor Swift – Love story – from 2008 album – Fearless. UK no 1 with over 158 million streams in UK.

Birthdays competition

Stevie Wonder – Superstition – 1972 USA no 1, UK no 11. No 12 on 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. On Monday Stevie celebrated his 74th birthday.

The Animals –House of the rising sun. 1964 No 1 UK, USA & 2 more countries. Top 10 in another 12 countries. No 122 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time.

On Saturday lead singer Eric Burden celebrated his 83rd birthday.

House Martins – Happy hour – 1986 UK & Ireland no 3 selling 400,000+ in UK. Lead singer and vocalist Paul Heaton celebrated his 62 birthday on Thursday last week. He is on tour this summer, including playing at Latitude in Suffolk on 22nd of July.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. We had no correct answers. Joint winners with two points points were Bob and Chris in Guildford.

Patrick requested Johnny Cash – A thing called love – 1972 UK no 4, Ireland no 1, Netherlands no 6.

The Mamas – Move – The Swedish entry for the 2020 Eurovision Song contest, which was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic.

Martyn Joseph – Still a lot of love round here – from 2012 album – Songs for the coming home.

Chart this week in 1987

No 1 Starship – Nothing’s gonna stop us now – No 1 UK, USA & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 11 more countries. Featured on the soundtrack of the film Mannequin. Bob e-mailed in to say he had seen the film, but left no comment about it. I think we can draw our own conclusions.

No 4 Labi Siffre – (Something inside) so strong – Ireland no 2, Netherlands no 3, UK no 4.

No 5 Johnny Hates Jazz – Shattered dreams – USA no 2, UK no 5, Top 10 in 4 more countries. From the album – Turn back the clock – UK no 1 & in 2 more countries.

Victors – Keep living – from the upcoming EP – The Hotel.

Elton John & Taron Egerton – I’m gonna love me again – Rocket man soundtrack

Beach Boys – That is why God made the radio – Title track from the 2012 album celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary.  USA no 3, UK no 15.

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One 2 Three Friday 17.5.24 The Friday lunchtime playlist.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Friday lunchtime playlist.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Today’s playlist included the birthday’s competition, where none of those taking part got any correct answers. The vintage chart came from this week in 1987.

Playlist

Lucigenic – Star – debut release and on the PhoenixFM A list.

Sting – Fragile – track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – No 1 UK, Japan. Top 3 in 8 more countries. USA no 9. Brit award for best British album.

Pink – A million dreams – No 11 UK from the 2018 album – The Greatest showman re-imagined – UK no 1, USA no 3.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from 2018 album – Look up child – Grammy Christian album of the year.

Billy Joel – River of dreams – No 1 in Australia & New Zealand, UK & USA no 3. Title track from the 1993 album, UK no 1, USA no 3, global sales of over 6 million copies.

Brenda Russell – Walking in New York – from 2000 album – Paris Rain.

Bluebells – Young at heart – 1984 UK no 8, re-released in 1993 when featured in a Volkswagen advert, UK no 1.

Taylor Swift – Love story – from 2008 album – Fearless. UK no 1 with over 158 million streams in UK.

Birthdays competition

Stevie Wonder – Superstition – 1972 USA no 1, UK no 11. No 12 on 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. On Monday Stevie celebrated his 74th birthday.

The Animals –House of the rising sun. 1964 No 1 UK, USA & 2 more countries. Top 10 in another 12 countries. No 122 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time.

On Saturday lead singer Eric Burden celebrated his 83rd birthday.

House Martins – Happy hour – 1986 UK & Ireland no 3 selling 400,000+ in UK. Lead singer and vocalist Paul Heaton celebrated his 62 birthday on Thursday last week. He is on tour this summer, including playing at Latitude in Suffolk on 22nd of July.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. We had no correct answers. Joint winners with two points points were Bob and Chris in Guildford.

Patrick requested Johnny Cash – A thing called love – 1972 UK no 4, Ireland no 1, Netherlands no 6.

The Mamas – Move – The Swedish entry for the 2020 Eurovision Song contest, which was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic.

Martyn Joseph – Still a lot of love round here – from 2012 album – Songs for the coming home.

Chart this week in 1987

No 1 Starship – Nothing’s gonna stop us now – No 1 UK, USA & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 11 more countries. Featured on the soundtrack of the film Mannequin. Bob e-mailed in to say he had seen the film, but left no comment about it. I think we can draw our own conclusions.

No 4 Labi Siffre – (Something inside) so strong – Ireland no 2, Netherlands no 3, UK no 4.

No 5 Johnny Hates Jazz – Shattered dreams – USA no 2, UK no 5, Top 10 in 4 more countries. From the album – Turn back the clock – UK no 1 & in 2 more countries.

Victors – Keep living – from the upcoming EP – The Hotel.

Elton John & Taron Egerton – I’m gonna love me again – Rocket man soundtrack

Beach Boys – That is why God made the radio – Title track from the 2012 album celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary.  USA no 3, UK no 15.

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One 2 Three Friday 17.5.24 The Friday lunchtime playlist.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Friday lunchtime playlist.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Today’s playlist included the birthday’s competition, where none of those taking part got any correct answers. The vintage chart came from this week in 1987.

Playlist

Lucigenic – Star – debut release and on the PhoenixFM A list.

Sting – Fragile – track from the 1987 album – Nothing like the sun – No 1 UK, Japan. Top 3 in 8 more countries. USA no 9. Brit award for best British album.

Pink – A million dreams – No 11 UK from the 2018 album – The Greatest showman re-imagined – UK no 1, USA no 3.

Lauren Diagle – Rescue – from 2018 album – Look up child – Grammy Christian album of the year.

Billy Joel – River of dreams – No 1 in Australia & New Zealand, UK & USA no 3. Title track from the 1993 album, UK no 1, USA no 3, global sales of over 6 million copies.

Brenda Russell – Walking in New York – from 2000 album – Paris Rain.

Bluebells – Young at heart – 1984 UK no 8, re-released in 1993 when featured in a Volkswagen advert, UK no 1.

Taylor Swift – Love story – from 2008 album – Fearless. UK no 1 with over 158 million streams in UK.

Birthdays competition

Stevie Wonder – Superstition – 1972 USA no 1, UK no 11. No 12 on 2021 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. On Monday Stevie celebrated his 74th birthday.

The Animals –House of the rising sun. 1964 No 1 UK, USA & 2 more countries. Top 10 in another 12 countries. No 122 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time.

On Saturday lead singer Eric Burden celebrated his 83rd birthday.

House Martins – Happy hour – 1986 UK & Ireland no 3 selling 400,000+ in UK. Lead singer and vocalist Paul Heaton celebrated his 62 birthday on Thursday last week. He is on tour this summer, including playing at Latitude in Suffolk on 22nd of July.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. We had no correct answers. Joint winners with two points points were Bob and Chris in Guildford.

Patrick requested Johnny Cash – A thing called love – 1972 UK no 4, Ireland no 1, Netherlands no 6.

The Mamas – Move – The Swedish entry for the 2020 Eurovision Song contest, which was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic.

Martyn Joseph – Still a lot of love round here – from 2012 album – Songs for the coming home.

Chart this week in 1987

No 1 Starship – Nothing’s gonna stop us now – No 1 UK, USA & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 11 more countries. Featured on the soundtrack of the film Mannequin. Bob e-mailed in to say he had seen the film, but left no comment about it. I think we can draw our own conclusions.

No 4 Labi Siffre – (Something inside) so strong – Ireland no 2, Netherlands no 3, UK no 4.

No 5 Johnny Hates Jazz – Shattered dreams – USA no 2, UK no 5, Top 10 in 4 more countries. From the album – Turn back the clock – UK no 1 & in 2 more countries.

Victors – Keep living – from the upcoming EP – The Hotel.

Elton John & Taron Egerton – I’m gonna love me again – Rocket man soundtrack

Beach Boys – That is why God made the radio – Title track from the 2012 album celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary.  USA no 3, UK no 15.

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