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One 2 Three Friday 5.7.24 Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jane and Ann all arrived in full Tudor costume to talk about the Doddinghust Stonley festival. Jane as Lady Katherine Grey, sister of Lady Jane Grey and someone detested by Elizabeth 1st. She was planning to hide at Ingatestone Hall.  Ann was dress as a warrener, someone whose task was to catch and skin rabbits ready to be cooked. Along with over dozen other re-enactors, they will be at the Doddinghust Stonley festival over the weekend. Richard Stonley was a Doddinghurst resident who kept a diary between 1581-1598. They came to the studio from Doddinghurst Infants school, where all the children were dressed as Tudors. Doddinghust Juniors had a Tudor day earlier in the week.  The festival includes a hog roast in the church on Saturday evening, a Sunday afternoon performance of ‘The two gentlemen of Doddinghurst’ and a celebration service in the church on Sunday evening.  Ann said that the whole village get involved with the festival.

Playlist

Simon & Garfunkel – Mrs Robinson – 1968. Grammy Record of the year. USA & Canada no 1, UK no 4, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Jelly Roll Morton – Black bottom stomp – one of the tracks chosen for the show last Friday with Re-eneactors Jennifer and Chris who were at Paycockes House in Coggershall commemorating the 100th anniversary of the house being gifted to the National trust. This weekend they will be in Doddinghurst.

 

Fleetwood Mac – Don’t stop – 1977 USA no 3 from the album – Rumours – 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. Global sales of over 40 million. Jane said that there was so much happening at the festival that they could not stop until it was finished on Friday evening.

Julia Podger & Trinity Baroque – Sweet Suffolk Owl. Jane said that was a Tudor choral piece of music.

Abba – Mamma Mia – chosen by Ann as she said that it always makes her want to dance and there will be lots of dancing over the weekend. 1975 UK no 1 and in 5 more countries.

Sales in Europe of over 3.5 million.

Birthdays competition

Human League – Don’t you want me baby? 1981 No 1 in USA, UK & 8 more countries. Top 10 in another 8 countries. Keyboard player and lyricist with the group, Adrian Wright, recently celebrated his 67th birthday.

Boomtown Rats – Like clockwork. 1978 UK no 6, Ireland no 5. Bassist in the band  Pete Briquette was 70 years old on Tuesday.

Westlife – My love – UK record of the year. No 1 in UK & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 8 more countries. Shan Filan, one of the two lead singers in the band was 45 years old yesterday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Anne  and Jane in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 4 points points was Janr.

Patrick requested Lobo – I’d love you to want me – 1972 No 1 in 6 countries, USA no 2, UK no 5.

KiLNE –If you like Nanana – a contemporary marching band with 19 members who played a set at Glastonbury last weekend.

Jody & the Jerms – latest single from the band from Oxford. On the PhoenixFM A list.

JJ Heller – Hand to hold – from the 2018 album – I dream of you volume 2. 

Chart this week in 1980

No 1 Don McLean – Crying – No 1 in UK & Canada. USA no 5, Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1962 USA no 2 for Roy Orbison.

No 5 Korgis – Everybody’s got to learn sometime – UK no 5, France no 1 Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1995 UK no 3 for Baby D.

No 14 Queen – Play the game. UK no 14, Top 10 in 3 countries. From the album – The game – Queen’s only USA no 1 album. UK no 2, Top 10 in 5 more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun in my face. Title track from the album released earlier this year. For Chris in Guildford who has seen Dave performing live many times.

Mile Davis – Summertime – from the 1958 album – Porgy & Bess.

Taaron Egerton – I’m still standing – from the soundtrack of the film – Rocket man. 

Join me next week for an eclectic music mix for your Friday lunchtime including the birthday’s competition and the vintage chart..

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One 2 Three Friday 5.7.24 Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jane and Ann all arrived in full Tudor costume to talk about the Doddinghust Stonley festival. Jane as Lady Katherine Grey, sister of Lady Jane Grey and someone detested by Elizabeth 1st. She was planning to hide at Ingatestone Hall.  Ann was dress as a warrener, someone whose task was to catch and skin rabbits ready to be cooked. Along with over dozen other re-enactors, they will be at the Doddinghust Stonley festival over the weekend. Richard Stonley was a Doddinghurst resident who kept a diary between 1581-1598. They came to the studio from Doddinghurst Infants school, where all the children were dressed as Tudors. Doddinghust Juniors had a Tudor day earlier in the week.  The festival includes a hog roast in the church on Saturday evening, a Sunday afternoon performance of ‘The two gentlemen of Doddinghurst’ and a celebration service in the church on Sunday evening.  Ann said that the whole village get involved with the festival.

Playlist

Simon & Garfunkel – Mrs Robinson – 1968. Grammy Record of the year. USA & Canada no 1, UK no 4, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Jelly Roll Morton – Black bottom stomp – one of the tracks chosen for the show last Friday with Re-eneactors Jennifer and Chris who were at Paycockes House in Coggershall commemorating the 100th anniversary of the house being gifted to the National trust. This weekend they will be in Doddinghurst.

 

Fleetwood Mac – Don’t stop – 1977 USA no 3 from the album – Rumours – 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. Global sales of over 40 million. Jane said that there was so much happening at the festival that they could not stop until it was finished on Friday evening.

Julia Podger & Trinity Baroque – Sweet Suffolk Owl. Jane said that was a Tudor choral piece of music.

Abba – Mamma Mia – chosen by Ann as she said that it always makes her want to dance and there will be lots of dancing over the weekend. 1975 UK no 1 and in 5 more countries.

Sales in Europe of over 3.5 million.

Birthdays competition

Human League – Don’t you want me baby? 1981 No 1 in USA, UK & 8 more countries. Top 10 in another 8 countries. Keyboard player and lyricist with the group, Adrian Wright, recently celebrated his 67th birthday.

Boomtown Rats – Like clockwork. 1978 UK no 6, Ireland no 5. Bassist in the band  Pete Briquette was 70 years old on Tuesday.

Westlife – My love – UK record of the year. No 1 in UK & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 8 more countries. Shan Filan, one of the two lead singers in the band was 45 years old yesterday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Anne  and Jane in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 4 points points was Janr.

Patrick requested Lobo – I’d love you to want me – 1972 No 1 in 6 countries, USA no 2, UK no 5.

KiLNE –If you like Nanana – a contemporary marching band with 19 members who played a set at Glastonbury last weekend.

Jody & the Jerms – latest single from the band from Oxford. On the PhoenixFM A list.

JJ Heller – Hand to hold – from the 2018 album – I dream of you volume 2. 

Chart this week in 1980

No 1 Don McLean – Crying – No 1 in UK & Canada. USA no 5, Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1962 USA no 2 for Roy Orbison.

No 5 Korgis – Everybody’s got to learn sometime – UK no 5, France no 1 Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1995 UK no 3 for Baby D.

No 14 Queen – Play the game. UK no 14, Top 10 in 3 countries. From the album – The game – Queen’s only USA no 1 album. UK no 2, Top 10 in 5 more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun in my face. Title track from the album released earlier this year. For Chris in Guildford who has seen Dave performing live many times.

Mile Davis – Summertime – from the 1958 album – Porgy & Bess.

Taaron Egerton – I’m still standing – from the soundtrack of the film – Rocket man. 

Join me next week for an eclectic music mix for your Friday lunchtime including the birthday’s competition and the vintage chart..

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One 2 Three Friday 5.7.24 Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jane and Ann all arrived in full Tudor costume to talk about the Doddinghust Stonley festival. Jane as Lady Katherine Grey, sister of Lady Jane Grey and someone detested by Elizabeth 1st. She was planning to hide at Ingatestone Hall.  Ann was dress as a warrener, someone whose task was to catch and skin rabbits ready to be cooked. Along with over dozen other re-enactors, they will be at the Doddinghust Stonley festival over the weekend. Richard Stonley was a Doddinghurst resident who kept a diary between 1581-1598. They came to the studio from Doddinghurst Infants school, where all the children were dressed as Tudors. Doddinghust Juniors had a Tudor day earlier in the week.  The festival includes a hog roast in the church on Saturday evening, a Sunday afternoon performance of ‘The two gentlemen of Doddinghurst’ and a celebration service in the church on Sunday evening.  Ann said that the whole village get involved with the festival.

Playlist

Simon & Garfunkel – Mrs Robinson – 1968. Grammy Record of the year. USA & Canada no 1, UK no 4, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Jelly Roll Morton – Black bottom stomp – one of the tracks chosen for the show last Friday with Re-eneactors Jennifer and Chris who were at Paycockes House in Coggershall commemorating the 100th anniversary of the house being gifted to the National trust. This weekend they will be in Doddinghurst.

 

Fleetwood Mac – Don’t stop – 1977 USA no 3 from the album – Rumours – 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. Global sales of over 40 million. Jane said that there was so much happening at the festival that they could not stop until it was finished on Friday evening.

Julia Podger & Trinity Baroque – Sweet Suffolk Owl. Jane said that was a Tudor choral piece of music.

Abba – Mamma Mia – chosen by Ann as she said that it always makes her want to dance and there will be lots of dancing over the weekend. 1975 UK no 1 and in 5 more countries.

Sales in Europe of over 3.5 million.

Birthdays competition

Human League – Don’t you want me baby? 1981 No 1 in USA, UK & 8 more countries. Top 10 in another 8 countries. Keyboard player and lyricist with the group, Adrian Wright, recently celebrated his 67th birthday.

Boomtown Rats – Like clockwork. 1978 UK no 6, Ireland no 5. Bassist in the band  Pete Briquette was 70 years old on Tuesday.

Westlife – My love – UK record of the year. No 1 in UK & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 8 more countries. Shan Filan, one of the two lead singers in the band was 45 years old yesterday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Anne  and Jane in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 4 points points was Janr.

Patrick requested Lobo – I’d love you to want me – 1972 No 1 in 6 countries, USA no 2, UK no 5.

KiLNE –If you like Nanana – a contemporary marching band with 19 members who played a set at Glastonbury last weekend.

Jody & the Jerms – latest single from the band from Oxford. On the PhoenixFM A list.

JJ Heller – Hand to hold – from the 2018 album – I dream of you volume 2. 

Chart this week in 1980

No 1 Don McLean – Crying – No 1 in UK & Canada. USA no 5, Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1962 USA no 2 for Roy Orbison.

No 5 Korgis – Everybody’s got to learn sometime – UK no 5, France no 1 Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1995 UK no 3 for Baby D.

No 14 Queen – Play the game. UK no 14, Top 10 in 3 countries. From the album – The game – Queen’s only USA no 1 album. UK no 2, Top 10 in 5 more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun in my face. Title track from the album released earlier this year. For Chris in Guildford who has seen Dave performing live many times.

Mile Davis – Summertime – from the 1958 album – Porgy & Bess.

Taaron Egerton – I’m still standing – from the soundtrack of the film – Rocket man. 

Join me next week for an eclectic music mix for your Friday lunchtime including the birthday’s competition and the vintage chart..

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One 2 Three Friday 5.7.24 Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Doddinghurst Stonley Tudor festival.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Jane and Ann all arrived in full Tudor costume to talk about the Doddinghust Stonley festival. Jane as Lady Katherine Grey, sister of Lady Jane Grey and someone detested by Elizabeth 1st. She was planning to hide at Ingatestone Hall.  Ann was dress as a warrener, someone whose task was to catch and skin rabbits ready to be cooked. Along with over dozen other re-enactors, they will be at the Doddinghust Stonley festival over the weekend. Richard Stonley was a Doddinghurst resident who kept a diary between 1581-1598. They came to the studio from Doddinghurst Infants school, where all the children were dressed as Tudors. Doddinghust Juniors had a Tudor day earlier in the week.  The festival includes a hog roast in the church on Saturday evening, a Sunday afternoon performance of ‘The two gentlemen of Doddinghurst’ and a celebration service in the church on Sunday evening.  Ann said that the whole village get involved with the festival.

Playlist

Simon & Garfunkel – Mrs Robinson – 1968. Grammy Record of the year. USA & Canada no 1, UK no 4, Top 10 in seven more countries.

Jelly Roll Morton – Black bottom stomp – one of the tracks chosen for the show last Friday with Re-eneactors Jennifer and Chris who were at Paycockes House in Coggershall commemorating the 100th anniversary of the house being gifted to the National trust. This weekend they will be in Doddinghurst.

 

Fleetwood Mac – Don’t stop – 1977 USA no 3 from the album – Rumours – 7th in Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. Global sales of over 40 million. Jane said that there was so much happening at the festival that they could not stop until it was finished on Friday evening.

Julia Podger & Trinity Baroque – Sweet Suffolk Owl. Jane said that was a Tudor choral piece of music.

Abba – Mamma Mia – chosen by Ann as she said that it always makes her want to dance and there will be lots of dancing over the weekend. 1975 UK no 1 and in 5 more countries.

Sales in Europe of over 3.5 million.

Birthdays competition

Human League – Don’t you want me baby? 1981 No 1 in USA, UK & 8 more countries. Top 10 in another 8 countries. Keyboard player and lyricist with the group, Adrian Wright, recently celebrated his 67th birthday.

Boomtown Rats – Like clockwork. 1978 UK no 6, Ireland no 5. Bassist in the band  Pete Briquette was 70 years old on Tuesday.

Westlife – My love – UK record of the year. No 1 in UK & 3 more countries. Top 10 in 8 more countries. Shan Filan, one of the two lead singers in the band was 45 years old yesterday.

Thanks to Chris and Bob in Harlow, Chris in Guildford, Anne  and Jane in the studio and Patrick in Ingatestone for taking part today. The winner with 4 points points was Janr.

Patrick requested Lobo – I’d love you to want me – 1972 No 1 in 6 countries, USA no 2, UK no 5.

KiLNE –If you like Nanana – a contemporary marching band with 19 members who played a set at Glastonbury last weekend.

Jody & the Jerms – latest single from the band from Oxford. On the PhoenixFM A list.

JJ Heller – Hand to hold – from the 2018 album – I dream of you volume 2. 

Chart this week in 1980

No 1 Don McLean – Crying – No 1 in UK & Canada. USA no 5, Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1962 USA no 2 for Roy Orbison.

No 5 Korgis – Everybody’s got to learn sometime – UK no 5, France no 1 Top 10 in 2 more countries. 1995 UK no 3 for Baby D.

No 14 Queen – Play the game. UK no 14, Top 10 in 3 countries. From the album – The game – Queen’s only USA no 1 album. UK no 2, Top 10 in 5 more countries.

Dave Kelly – Sun in my face. Title track from the album released earlier this year. For Chris in Guildford who has seen Dave performing live many times.

Mile Davis – Summertime – from the 1958 album – Porgy & Bess.

Taaron Egerton – I’m still standing – from the soundtrack of the film – Rocket man. 

Join me next week for an eclectic music mix for your Friday lunchtime including the birthday’s competition and the vintage chart..

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