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7 - 8

Artie Shaw - Frenesi
The Beatles - In My Life
Craig Sellar - Tuba Tune in D Major, Op. 15
The Corrs - Dreams
Julio Iglesias Jnr. - Ángel
Charles Aznavour - L'Amour C'est Comme Un Jour
Bette Midler - The Rose
Syd Dale - The Hell Raisers
Jon English - Six Ribbons
Connie Francis - Red Sails In The Sunset
Seán Keane - Isle Of Hope, Isle Of Tears
John Denver - Annie's Song
The Everly Brothers - Till I Kissed Ya

8 - 9

David Gray - Babylon
Herbs - In The Ghetto
Juice Newton - Angel Of The Morning
John Prine - Summers End
Chris De Burgh - Quiet Moments
Ray Charles and Diana Krall - You Don't Know Me
Alanis Morissette - Hand In My Pocket
Chris Rea - The Road To Hell
Milla Jovovich - Gentleman Who Fell
The Beach Boys - Warmth Of The Sun
Trinity Roots - Home, Land And Sea

9 - 10

The Strumbellas - Spirits
Macy Gray with Erykah Badu - Sweet Baby
Odetta - Gallows Tree (Gallows Pole)
Skyhooks - Living In The Seventies
The Beat - Mirror In The Bathroom
Samantha Fish - Hello Stranger
Neil Sedaka with Elton John - Bad Blood
Billy Bragg - Full English Brexit
Mumford And Suns - Guiding Light
Buddy Guy - Done Got Old
Mick Ronson - Billy Porter

10 - 11

Mighty Sam McClain - When The Hurt Is Over
Graham Parker And The Rumour - Lady Doctor
Chas And Dave - The Sideboard Song (Got My Beer In The Sideboard)
The Clash - Bankrobber
Marianne Faithfull - What's The Hurry?
The Small Faces - Afterglow
Jefferson Airplane - Good Shepherd
Nick Cave and PJ Harvey - Henry Lee
Cold Chisel - Northbound

11 - 12

Some last minute requests followed by Late Night Phil. Tonight: Average White Band Live.

Founding member James Hamish Stuart turns 69 on Monday. Born in Glasgow, he’s a guitarist, bassist, singer, composer and record producer. A member of AWB from 1972 to 1982, he went on to work with Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and David Sanborn. He wrote songs for Smokey Robinson, Jeffrey Osborne, George Benson and Diana Ross.
Stuart joined Paul McCartney’s band (where he switched between guitar and bass as necessary with McCartney) for McCartney's 1989 comeback album, Flowers in the Dirt, and appearing on several other albums and McCartney's world tours of 1989 and 1993.