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Sunday Almanac – 21st August 2016

Our 31st Sunday Almanac was never, Ever going to be a quiet one. Our friend & guest DJ Andy had been messaging Chris & I weekly, if not daily, updates about his set since April, at least & he played a Blinder to our raucous room at the Saint Georges that held Michael, Sallie, David, Steve, Karen, Huw & James, Naomi, Doug, Col, James,Chris, Craig, Mark, Paul, Ashley & Andrew, Jon,Nicki, Nessa, Birthday girl Amy & Robin, David, Patricia [from the Other side ‘ )] our ever brilliant hostRich & all the team at the St. Georges & especially lovely to see returning Leanne. We’ve our 1st Hanoverian after a 2 month break at The Greys Pub on September the 17th & will be back for our next Almanac on October the 2nd.

For now the songs were…

Dom played:

‘The Same Old Feeling’ – Pickettywitch
‘I Love Music (Joey Negro Edit)’ – The O’Jays
‘J’ai Claque La Porte’ – Chromeo
‘Remind Me’ [Album Version] – Royksopp
‘Kiss Like Ether (Electric Kiss 12”) – Claudia Brucken
‘Ride Like The Wind (Joey Negro 12”) – Christopher Cross
‘Ice Cream’ – New Young Pony Club
‘The Trouble With Us’ – Marcus Marr & Chet Faker
‘Sandman (Fire Island Rhodes Remix)’ – Blueboy
‘The Boys Of Summer’ – Don Henley
‘Afire Love’ – Ed Sheeran
‘Birthday Card’ – Marcus Marr & Chet Faker
‘Everybody Dance (Joey Negro 12” ) – Chic
‘Pull Up To The Bumper (12”) – Grace Jones

Chris played:

‘Whatchasay’ – Hubie Davison
‘Late In The Evening’ – Paul Simon
Queen Of Disaster’ – Lana Del Ray
‘Hang On In Their Baby’ – Johnny Bristol
‘If You Want My Love Put Something Down On It’ – Bobby Womack
‘Lately’ – Stevie Wonder
‘You Need A Change Of Mind’ – Brooklyn Express
‘This Must Be The Place’ – Strand Of Oak
‘I Didn’t Miss You’ – Angie Stone
‘Moan’ – Trentemoller
‘When I’m Gone’ – Brenda Holloway
‘Fame (Flute Remix)’ – David Bowie
‘Make You Feel My Love’ – Neil Diamond
‘Too Blind To See It’ – Kym Simms
‘Baby Don’t Change Your Mind’ – Gladys Knight & The Pips
‘Searchin’ – Change
‘Shame’ – Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King
‘State Of Independence’ – Donna Summer

Andy played:

‘Doctor Who Theme’ – Delia Derbyshire
‘Juxtaposed with U’ – Super Furry Animals
‘Crosstown Traffic’ – Jimi Hendrix
‘Hey DJ / I Can’t Dance’ – The Beatmasters ft. Betty Boo
‘It’s Getting Better’ – Mama Cass Elliot
‘M.A.G.I.C’ – The Sound of Arrows
‘Bitch, I am from Chicago’ – Mystique/Morgan McMichaels
‘Lola’s Theme’ – Shapeshifters
‘Animal Magic’ – TV Theme
‘Since Yesterday’ – Strawberry Switchblade
‘I Wanna Be Where You Are’ – Michael Jackson
‘Crash’ – The Primitives
‘Miss Marple’s Theme’ – Ron Goodwin & His Orchestra
‘One Horse Town’ – The Thrills
‘This Time I Know It’s For Real’ – Donna Summer
‘Ain’t No Love, Ain’t No Use’ – Sub Sub
‘Next Up, Team Ivy Winters’ – Rupaul
‘Bohemian Like You’ – The Dandy Warhols
‘I Just Can’t Get Enough’ – Depeche Mode
‘Bullseye’ – TV Theme
‘Born To Hand Jive’ – Sha Na Na
‘U Sure Do’ – Strike
‘Pure’ – The Lightning Seeds
‘Thames TV Theme Tune’ – Johnny Hawksworth
‘You Came’ – Kim Wilde
‘He’s on the Phone (Motiv8 Remix)’ – Saint Etienne


‘Lost In Music’ – Sister Sledge
‘Hong Kong Garden’ – Siouxsie & The Banshees
‘Dance To The Music’ – Sly & The Family Stone
‘Contact’ – Edwin Starr
‘Close To Me’ – The Cure
‘Gimme Shelter’ – Rolling Stones
‘Fashion’ – David Bowie
‘Back To Life’ [acapella]– Soul II Soul
‘Just Can’t Rely On You’ – Paloma Faith
‘Bittersweet Sympathy’ – The Verve
‘Take Me Out’ – Franz Ferdinand
‘All Right Now’ – Free
‘The Love I Lost’ – Sybil
‘I Would Die For U’ – Prince
‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’ – Thelma Houston
‘Gonna Make You Sweat’ – C&C Music Factory
‘Not Over Yet’- Grace
‘Don’t Give Me Your Life’ – Alex Party
‘Flawless’ – The Ones
‘Cars’ – Gary Numan
‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’ – Eurythmics
‘U Got The Look’ – Prince
‘Two Tribes’ – Frankie Goes To Hollywood
‘Liquidator’ – Harry J Allstars
‘American Pie’ – Don McLean
‘Rock The Casbah’ – The Clash
‘Maggie May’ – Rod Stewart
‘Starman’ – David Bowie
‘Wham Rap’ – Wham!
‘Common People’ – Pulp
‘Nobody Does It Better’ – Carly Simon

Artwork by Dom Agius @

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