Navigation for Saturday Night

Note: this playlist is subject to change on the night.


7 – 8pm


The Shadows – Saturday Dance

Doris Day – The Black Hills Of Dakota

Arthur Tracy - Shake Hands With A Millionaire

Nick & Simon - Vlinders

Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You

The Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Florentiner March

Mario Lanza - The Loveliest Night Of The Year

Big Daddy - I Write The Songs

Nick Drake - Magic

Elaine Page - If you Love Me

Ray Charles and Bonnie Raitt - Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?

Queen - A Winter's Tale

Stanley Holloway - The Lion and Albert

Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra - The lady Is A Tramp


8 – 9pm


Paul Simon – Kodachrome

Split Enz – Sweet Dreams

Van Morrison - Domino

Franki Valli and The Four Seasons – Stay

Gram Parsons - Hickory Wind (live)

Ennio Morricone - A Fistful Of Dollars

Dan Penn - Do Right Woman, Do Right Man

Brian Eno – Cindy Tells Me

David Essex - Rock On

Stornoway - You Take Me As I Am

David Lindley – Bye Bye Love

The Highwaymen – The Higwayman

Vintage Trouble - Nancy Lee

9 - 10pm


The Beach Boys - Caroline No

Tom Waits – The Ghosts Of Saturday Night

The Christians - Inner City Blues

Matt Corby - Resolution

Wizzard – See My Baby Jive

Tom Jones - She's A Lady

Neil Young – Payola Blues

Leonard Cohen - I'm Your Man

Jason Isbell -  Decoration Day

Robert Wyatt – Shipbuilding

Lowell George - What Do You Want The Girl To Do

Emmylou Harris - Darlin' Kate

The Hollies - Dear Eloise

10 - 11pm


801 – Postcard Love

The Temptations – Papa Was A Rolling Stone

Frank Zappa – Cosmic Debris

John Lee Hooker and Carlos Santana - The Healer

Dixie Dregs - Take It Off The Top

Gare du Nord - Pablo's Blues

Toussaint McCall - At Last


11pm - Midnight. Late Night Phil


Harry Chapin - The Sequel

Johnny Society - Mr. Richland's Favorite Song

Yellow Dog - Just One More Night


In the sixties, there was Lou Christie, Frankie Valli, Roy Orbison et al - great vocalists with one thing in common:- they all had an amazing falsetto. Tonight in Late Night Phil, we listen back to some of their great performances, along with a few others that may be new to you.


The Bee Gees - I Started A Joke

Roy Orbison - Leah

The Stylistics - Betcha By Golly Wow

Earth, Wind and Fire - September

Sparks with Jimmy Sommerville - The Number One Song In Heaven

Led Zeppelin - The Immigrant Song

The Beach Boys - Don't Worry Baby

Bela Fleck and The Flecktones with John Cowan - Oh Darling

Elvis Presley - Blue Moon

Johnny Adams - Release Me

Paul Da Vinci - Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore