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Playlist: Listen, my friends! ~ Autumn/ Winter 2019

November 28, 2019

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In the words of Moby Grape… listen, my friends! Yes, it’s the (hopefully) monthly playlist presented by George’s Journal just for you good people.

There may be one or two classics to be found here dotted in among different tunes you’re unfamiliar with or have never heard before – or, of course, you may’ve heard them all before. All the same, why not sit back, listen away and enjoy…


CLICK on the song titles to hear them


Eric Coates ~ (By The) Sleepy Lagoon (1942)¹

The Five Satins ~ In The Still Of The Night (1956)²

Alice and Ellen Kessler ~ The Boy From Ipanema (1967)

Ennio Morricone ~ L’Arena (1968)³

Ella Fitzgerald ~ Sunshine Of Your Love (1968)

Jean-Pierre Mirouze ~ Sexopolis (1968)

Mouth & MacNeal ~ How Do You Do? (1972)

Sid James ~ Our House (1973)4

The Hollies ~ He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother (Live) (1975)5

Gloria Gaynor ~ I’ve Got You Under My Skin (1976)

Vangelis ~ Love Theme (from Blade Runner) (1982)6

A Tribe of Toffs ~ John Kettley Is A Weatherman (1988)

Bananarama (featuring Gipsy Kings) ~ Long Train Running (Alma de Noche Mix) (1991)


¹ The unmistakable theme of the long-running, much-loved BBC radio programme Desert Island Discs (1942-present)

² As featured in Martin Scorsese’s latest epic mob movie The Irishman (2019); this classic track is often credited as the original ‘doo wop’ song

³ From the soundtrack of the Italian spaghetti western Il Mercenario (A Professional Gun) (1968)

4  Originally written for and performed by Sid James for the stage musical Carry On London (1973)

5 As broadcast on an episode of the short-lived ITV pop-performance-featuring children’s show Supersonic (1975-77); curiously, some of its musical performances were later repackaged for the Twiggy-fronted US TV show Twiggy’s Jukebox (1978-79)

From the soundtrack of the seminal sci-fi classic Blade Runner (1982), which was, of course, set in ‘Los Angeles, November 2019’


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