“Best of British” Music from the Decades – Friday 1. June 2012

This week I returned to Internet station 1Radio and did my first live shows since I left for uni in September.

I’ve been doing the odd pre-recorded show, but doing live ones hasn’t been practical with my main computer – the one which I use to do live broadcasts – being in Cheltenham. Until now: a couple of weeks ago I moved it back home to Cirencester.

Today: I did 2 hours in the morning as part of 1Radio’s Best of British Weekender. Each day has a theme, and today was ‘1950s-1970s’, so to meet this requirement all my music was by British artists and all released between 1950 and 1979.

Have a listen, and let me know what you think.

I’ll be back on 1Radio next Friday afternoon. If you want to send me a message and maybe request a song, my e-mail address is decades@radio.fred-hart.co.uk.

Listen Again

Music Played

  • The Stargazers – Broken Wings
  • Jimmy Young – Angel On My Shoulder
  • Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street
  • Peter & Gordon – A World Without Love
  • Nick Drake – Saturday Sun
  • Jeff Beck – I Ain’t Superstitious
  • The Real Thing – You To Me Are Everything
  • Teddy Johnson & Pearl Carr – Sing Little Birdie
  • T. Rex – Teenage Dream
  • Billy Fury – Halfway to Paradise
  • Paul McCartney – No Other Baby
  • Queen – Somebody to Love
  • The Rolling Stones – It’s Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It)
  • Slade – Mama Weer All Crazee Now
  • Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends
  • The Beatles – A Hard Day’s Night
  • The Kinks – Waterloo Sunset
  • The Dire Straits – Lady Writer
  • Steve Harley – Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)
  • Manfred Mann – Sha La La
  • Squeeze – Up the Junction
  • The Shadows – Foot Tapper
  • The Yardbirds – Happenin’ Ten Years Time Ago
  • The Animals – The House of the Rising Sun
  • Engelbert Humperdinck – Release Me
  • Rod Stewart – Sailing
  • Peter Sellers – Any Old Iron
  • Tommy Steele – Flash, Bang, Wallop
  • Pink Floyd – Another Brick In the Wall (Part II)

FH.

Fred Hart

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