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One 2 Three Friday 24.5.24 Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Just the perfect chilled and eclectic music mix for a May Friday. James Taylor to Taylor Swift, Harry Styles to the Beach Boys, Rembrandts to Bon Jovi, Ed Sheeran to Paul McCartney, three new releases and an unsigned artist. What more could you ask for?

Playlist

Victors – Keep living – first release from upcoming EP – The Hotel.

James Taylor – Your smiling face – from the 1977 album – JT – USA no 4 with 3 million sales – Nominated for Grammy album of the year, loosing out to Rumours. 

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness – from 2019 album – Front line. Grammy Best solo performance. In 2020 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, no 491.

Beach Boys – When I grow up to be a man – 1964 USA no 9, UK no 27. From the 1965 album – The Beach Boys Today. No 271 in the 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time.

Marvin Gaye – I heard it through the grapevine. 1968 UK & USA no 1, Top 10 in 4 more countries. 1980 re-release UK no 8.

Louise Connor – Lonely London – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Ed Cozens – Little boy – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Fleetwood Mac – The chain – from – Rumours – the 1977 Grammy album of the year has sold over 40 million copies worldwide. 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. No 27 in the album chart this week in the UK, week number 1046.

Birthdays competition.

Corrs – Summer sunshine – 2004 UK no 6 Hungary no 1, Spain no 2. Lead singer Andrea Jane Corr celebrated her 50th birthday last Friday.

Enya – Evening falls –  1988 Ireland no 3, UK no 20. From the album – Watermark – No 1 in New Zealand & Switzerland. UK no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries including Japan. USA no 25. Enya also celebrated her birthday last Friday. She was 63 years old.

Who – Wont get fooled again – 1971 UK no 9, USA no 15. Has been in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. Rated by Rolling Stone as the best Who track. Pete Townshend, co-founder of The Who, guitarist and songwriter (including this track) celebrated his 79th birthday on Sunday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner in a very low scoring game with 2 points was Bob with points was .

Ed Sheeran – Lego House . 2011 originally UK no 5. Now 1.8 million UK unit sales and 2 million in USA. 321 million views on YouTube. Patrick requested any track by Ed Sheeran.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Live and let die – 1973 theme form the James Bond film. USA and Canada no 2, UK no 9.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from 2020 album – Midnights – 2022 Grammy album of the year & Grammy best pop vocal album. Best selling album in the world in 2022.

Chart this week in 1997.

No 5 Cardigans – Lovefool. From the soundtrack of Baz Humann’s film – Romeo and Juliet. No 1 in New Zealand, UK no 3, Top 10 in 4 more countries.

No 11 Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Theme from the TV series – Friends. Canada no 1, UK no 3, Top 10 in 5 more countries. USA no 17.

No 13 Elvis Presley – Always on my mind – Originally UK no 9 in 1972. In 2013 ITV poll, UK’s favourite Elvis song.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from the 2022 album – Insecuriosity. Jeremy will be touring in November 2024, including dates in London and Ipswich.

Bon Jovi – Do what you can – Track from  album entitled – 2020. UK no 5, Top 10 in 9 more countries. USA no 19.

My guests next week are Maire O’Regan and Clare Caldwell. They are both members of the Red Caps Swim Club in Chalkwell.  They are raising money for Essex & Herts Air ambulance by taking part in  Swim the Artic circle where they will swim from Sweden to Finland. It is a two mile swim down a river through time zones at midnight!

Below link to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance homepage.

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One 2 Three Friday 24.5.24 Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Just the perfect chilled and eclectic music mix for a May Friday. James Taylor to Taylor Swift, Harry Styles to the Beach Boys, Rembrandts to Bon Jovi, Ed Sheeran to Paul McCartney, three new releases and an unsigned artist. What more could you ask for?

Playlist

Victors – Keep living – first release from upcoming EP – The Hotel.

James Taylor – Your smiling face – from the 1977 album – JT – USA no 4 with 3 million sales – Nominated for Grammy album of the year, loosing out to Rumours. 

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness – from 2019 album – Front line. Grammy Best solo performance. In 2020 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, no 491.

Beach Boys – When I grow up to be a man – 1964 USA no 9, UK no 27. From the 1965 album – The Beach Boys Today. No 271 in the 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time.

Marvin Gaye – I heard it through the grapevine. 1968 UK & USA no 1, Top 10 in 4 more countries. 1980 re-release UK no 8.

Louise Connor – Lonely London – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Ed Cozens – Little boy – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Fleetwood Mac – The chain – from – Rumours – the 1977 Grammy album of the year has sold over 40 million copies worldwide. 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. No 27 in the album chart this week in the UK, week number 1046.

Birthdays competition.

Corrs – Summer sunshine – 2004 UK no 6 Hungary no 1, Spain no 2. Lead singer Andrea Jane Corr celebrated her 50th birthday last Friday.

Enya – Evening falls –  1988 Ireland no 3, UK no 20. From the album – Watermark – No 1 in New Zealand & Switzerland. UK no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries including Japan. USA no 25. Enya also celebrated her birthday last Friday. She was 63 years old.

Who – Wont get fooled again – 1971 UK no 9, USA no 15. Has been in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. Rated by Rolling Stone as the best Who track. Pete Townshend, co-founder of The Who, guitarist and songwriter (including this track) celebrated his 79th birthday on Sunday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner in a very low scoring game with 2 points was Bob with points was .

Ed Sheeran – Lego House . 2011 originally UK no 5. Now 1.8 million UK unit sales and 2 million in USA. 321 million views on YouTube. Patrick requested any track by Ed Sheeran.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Live and let die – 1973 theme form the James Bond film. USA and Canada no 2, UK no 9.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from 2020 album – Midnights – 2022 Grammy album of the year & Grammy best pop vocal album. Best selling album in the world in 2022.

Chart this week in 1997.

No 5 Cardigans – Lovefool. From the soundtrack of Baz Humann’s film – Romeo and Juliet. No 1 in New Zealand, UK no 3, Top 10 in 4 more countries.

No 11 Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Theme from the TV series – Friends. Canada no 1, UK no 3, Top 10 in 5 more countries. USA no 17.

No 13 Elvis Presley – Always on my mind – Originally UK no 9 in 1972. In 2013 ITV poll, UK’s favourite Elvis song.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from the 2022 album – Insecuriosity. Jeremy will be touring in November 2024, including dates in London and Ipswich.

Bon Jovi – Do what you can – Track from  album entitled – 2020. UK no 5, Top 10 in 9 more countries. USA no 19.

My guests next week are Maire O’Regan and Clare Caldwell. They are both members of the Red Caps Swim Club in Chalkwell.  They are raising money for Essex & Herts Air ambulance by taking part in  Swim the Artic circle where they will swim from Sweden to Finland. It is a two mile swim down a river through time zones at midnight!

Below link to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance homepage.

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One 2 Three Friday 24.5.24 Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Just the perfect chilled and eclectic music mix for a May Friday. James Taylor to Taylor Swift, Harry Styles to the Beach Boys, Rembrandts to Bon Jovi, Ed Sheeran to Paul McCartney, three new releases and an unsigned artist. What more could you ask for?

Playlist

Victors – Keep living – first release from upcoming EP – The Hotel.

James Taylor – Your smiling face – from the 1977 album – JT – USA no 4 with 3 million sales – Nominated for Grammy album of the year, loosing out to Rumours. 

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness – from 2019 album – Front line. Grammy Best solo performance. In 2020 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, no 491.

Beach Boys – When I grow up to be a man – 1964 USA no 9, UK no 27. From the 1965 album – The Beach Boys Today. No 271 in the 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time.

Marvin Gaye – I heard it through the grapevine. 1968 UK & USA no 1, Top 10 in 4 more countries. 1980 re-release UK no 8.

Louise Connor – Lonely London – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Ed Cozens – Little boy – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Fleetwood Mac – The chain – from – Rumours – the 1977 Grammy album of the year has sold over 40 million copies worldwide. 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. No 27 in the album chart this week in the UK, week number 1046.

Birthdays competition.

Corrs – Summer sunshine – 2004 UK no 6 Hungary no 1, Spain no 2. Lead singer Andrea Jane Corr celebrated her 50th birthday last Friday.

Enya – Evening falls –  1988 Ireland no 3, UK no 20. From the album – Watermark – No 1 in New Zealand & Switzerland. UK no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries including Japan. USA no 25. Enya also celebrated her birthday last Friday. She was 63 years old.

Who – Wont get fooled again – 1971 UK no 9, USA no 15. Has been in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. Rated by Rolling Stone as the best Who track. Pete Townshend, co-founder of The Who, guitarist and songwriter (including this track) celebrated his 79th birthday on Sunday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner in a very low scoring game with 2 points was Bob with points was .

Ed Sheeran – Lego House . 2011 originally UK no 5. Now 1.8 million UK unit sales and 2 million in USA. 321 million views on YouTube. Patrick requested any track by Ed Sheeran.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Live and let die – 1973 theme form the James Bond film. USA and Canada no 2, UK no 9.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from 2020 album – Midnights – 2022 Grammy album of the year & Grammy best pop vocal album. Best selling album in the world in 2022.

Chart this week in 1997.

No 5 Cardigans – Lovefool. From the soundtrack of Baz Humann’s film – Romeo and Juliet. No 1 in New Zealand, UK no 3, Top 10 in 4 more countries.

No 11 Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Theme from the TV series – Friends. Canada no 1, UK no 3, Top 10 in 5 more countries. USA no 17.

No 13 Elvis Presley – Always on my mind – Originally UK no 9 in 1972. In 2013 ITV poll, UK’s favourite Elvis song.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from the 2022 album – Insecuriosity. Jeremy will be touring in November 2024, including dates in London and Ipswich.

Bon Jovi – Do what you can – Track from  album entitled – 2020. UK no 5, Top 10 in 9 more countries. USA no 19.

My guests next week are Maire O’Regan and Clare Caldwell. They are both members of the Red Caps Swim Club in Chalkwell.  They are raising money for Essex & Herts Air ambulance by taking part in  Swim the Artic circle where they will swim from Sweden to Finland. It is a two mile swim down a river through time zones at midnight!

Below link to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance homepage.

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One 2 Three Friday 24.5.24 Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Perfect eclectic music mix for a May Friday.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Just the perfect chilled and eclectic music mix for a May Friday. James Taylor to Taylor Swift, Harry Styles to the Beach Boys, Rembrandts to Bon Jovi, Ed Sheeran to Paul McCartney, three new releases and an unsigned artist. What more could you ask for?

Playlist

Victors – Keep living – first release from upcoming EP – The Hotel.

James Taylor – Your smiling face – from the 1977 album – JT – USA no 4 with 3 million sales – Nominated for Grammy album of the year, loosing out to Rumours. 

Harry Styles – Treat people with kindness – from 2019 album – Front line. Grammy Best solo performance. In 2020 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time, no 491.

Beach Boys – When I grow up to be a man – 1964 USA no 9, UK no 27. From the 1965 album – The Beach Boys Today. No 271 in the 2012 Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time.

Marvin Gaye – I heard it through the grapevine. 1968 UK & USA no 1, Top 10 in 4 more countries. 1980 re-release UK no 8.

Louise Connor – Lonely London – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Ed Cozens – Little boy – from the PhoenixFM A list.

Fleetwood Mac – The chain – from – Rumours – the 1977 Grammy album of the year has sold over 40 million copies worldwide. 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. No 27 in the album chart this week in the UK, week number 1046.

Birthdays competition.

Corrs – Summer sunshine – 2004 UK no 6 Hungary no 1, Spain no 2. Lead singer Andrea Jane Corr celebrated her 50th birthday last Friday.

Enya – Evening falls –  1988 Ireland no 3, UK no 20. From the album – Watermark – No 1 in New Zealand & Switzerland. UK no 5, Top 10 in 6 more countries including Japan. USA no 25. Enya also celebrated her birthday last Friday. She was 63 years old.

Who – Wont get fooled again – 1971 UK no 9, USA no 15. Has been in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest songs of all time. Rated by Rolling Stone as the best Who track. Pete Townshend, co-founder of The Who, guitarist and songwriter (including this track) celebrated his 79th birthday on Sunday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part. Our winner in a very low scoring game with 2 points was Bob with points was .

Ed Sheeran – Lego House . 2011 originally UK no 5. Now 1.8 million UK unit sales and 2 million in USA. 321 million views on YouTube. Patrick requested any track by Ed Sheeran.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Live and let die – 1973 theme form the James Bond film. USA and Canada no 2, UK no 9.

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from 2020 album – Midnights – 2022 Grammy album of the year & Grammy best pop vocal album. Best selling album in the world in 2022.

Chart this week in 1997.

No 5 Cardigans – Lovefool. From the soundtrack of Baz Humann’s film – Romeo and Juliet. No 1 in New Zealand, UK no 3, Top 10 in 4 more countries.

No 11 Rembrandts – I’ll be there for you – Theme from the TV series – Friends. Canada no 1, UK no 3, Top 10 in 5 more countries. USA no 17.

No 13 Elvis Presley – Always on my mind – Originally UK no 9 in 1972. In 2013 ITV poll, UK’s favourite Elvis song.

Jeremy Johnson – Just be – from the 2022 album – Insecuriosity. Jeremy will be touring in November 2024, including dates in London and Ipswich.

Bon Jovi – Do what you can – Track from  album entitled – 2020. UK no 5, Top 10 in 9 more countries. USA no 19.

My guests next week are Maire O’Regan and Clare Caldwell. They are both members of the Red Caps Swim Club in Chalkwell.  They are raising money for Essex & Herts Air ambulance by taking part in  Swim the Artic circle where they will swim from Sweden to Finland. It is a two mile swim down a river through time zones at midnight!

Below link to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance homepage.

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