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with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris

Monday to Friday from 12:35 pm

Playlist for Thursday, 31 December 2009

Thanks to everyone who watched the live video streams. We hope you enjoyed it!

12.35pm - 1pm

Title: How Long Must I Wait for You?
Artist: Joe Jackson

Title: Prime Tme
Artist: The Tubes

Title: I Love Paris
Artist: Darlene Edwards

Title: The Old Man Down the Road
Artist: John Fogerty

Title: State of Independence
Artist: Chrissie Hynde

1pm - 2pm

Title: I Only Have Eyes for You
Artist: The Flamingos

Title: Twist and Shout
Artist:The Top Notes

Title: I'll Make You Feel My Love
Artist: Bob Dylan

Title: Do Wah Diddy
Artist: The Exciters

Title: All Shook Up
Artist: David Hill

Title: Papa Oom Mow Mow
Artist:The Rivingtons

Title: Blueberry Hill
Artist: Gene Autry

Title: Wild Thing
Artist: Chip Tyler

Title: Love is All Around
Artist: The Troggs

Title: Land of 1000 Dances
Artist: Cannibal and the Headhunters

Title: Barbara Ann
Artist: The Regents

Title: Try a Little Tenderness
Artist: Little Miss Cornshucks

Title: I Hear You Knocking
Artist: Smiley Lewis

2pm - 3pm

Title: Easy Living
Artist: Uriah Heep

Title: D'yer Maker
Artist: Sheryl Crow

Title: The Twelve Daze of Christmas
Artist: Fay McKay (Drunk Lady)

Title: In My Room
Artist: Billy Thorpe

Title: Joe le Taxi
Artist: Vanessa Paradis

Title: Simpsons Theme
Artist: Danny Gatton

Title: Little Boat
Artist: The Springfields

Title: My Way
Artist: The Leningrad Cowboys

Title: Saved
Artist: Sam Brown

Title: I Fought the Law
Artist: The Waco Brothers

3pm - 4pm

Slade - Alive!

In 1972 Slade were riding a wave of top 20 UK hits, even out charting The Beatles. Having moved on from their skinhead days as Ambrose Slade, they shortened their name, grew their hair long and embraced glam rock with platform boots, sequins and satin.

Their raw and raucous live show was built out of years on the pub rock circuit where they refined their glam rock sound. Equal parts Little Richard rock'n'roll and Mark Bolan boogie, with their adopted cocky abbreviated song titles and chanting crowd-pleasing anthems, they were huge in 1972 - 'Get Down and Get With It'.

3pm - 4pm

Title: Dear Abby
Artist: John Prine

Title: I Can Hear the Grass Grow
Artist: The Move

Title: Heart
Artist: Rockpile

Title:This Charming Man
Artist: The Smiths

Title: Don't Let it Bring You Down
Artist: Annie Lennox

Title: Fat Man
Artist: Jethrow Tull

Title: Caravan of Love
Artist: The Isley Brothers

Title: I Get a Kick Out of You
Artist: Gary Shearston

Title: What Am I Doing Hanging Round?
Artist: The Monkees

Title: Mighty Good
Artist: RIcky Nelson

Title: Wimoweh
Artist: Solomon Linda