Joe Knight… Get back 😊 beatles
Shaun Pont… In My Chair is by Status Quo.
Leigh Wieland-Boys… The 45s I remember I had on repeat more than most – I’m my own time (Family) I’m your puppet (James & Bobby Purify), & Take it to the limit (Eagles). In my own time by Family! Just listened to it again (on YouTube as don’t have record player- still love it!)
Alan Essex… Loved Family and went to see them live many times. How many tambourines did Roger Chapman go through. Telstar by the Tornados.
Chris Meachen… Ride a white swan, rather embarrassingly.
Eric Peckham… What’s wrong with that? Great song. Juke Box Jive – Rubettes.
Phil Thornton… I did the same !
Sharon Kirby… Blondie, Heart Of Glass
Derek Hall… Jerry Lee Lewis ‘Great Balls Of Fire’ – purchased in 1958. I played it repeatedly because it was the only 45 I had. It drove my Mother nuts!
Russell Field… How does it feel by slade
Peter Thomson… My first single – American Pie.
Maz Marriott… Games without frontiers by Peter Gabriel
Sue Jones… And they called it puppy love x
Janine Anne Scott… Rose Garden
Dawn Leaney… Ha ha.. me to ! Xx
Liane Carroll… Pick up the pieces
Bill Webber… Get it on
Jim Breeds… All of them. Apart from The Special Years by Val Doonican that my Dad bought me. Only he knew why!
Neil Cartwright… My Dad loved that too. ‘Slow up, Don’t rush to grow up ….’
Steve Reents… Living Loving Maid – Zeppelin
John Warner… Whole Lotta Woman!
Andrew Reid McDuffie… Do you know the Way to San Jose. Dionne Warwick
Rachel Rayburn… Jailhouse Rock-Elvis Bought from lovely Alan Jensen In Disc Jockey
Keith Cowper… I’ll remember tonight. Pat Boone
Jill Lawrence… What becomes of the broken hearted
Neil Cartwright… Jimmy Mack / Third Finger Left Hand – Martha Reeves and the Vandellas
Lloyd Johnson… Apache The Shadows and Spanish Stroll, Mink DeVille.
Robert Cooke… Telstar
Derek Johnson… Nights in white satin
Tony Davis… Cliff Richard The Young Ones
Eileen Adams… Baker Street
Wendy Weaver… Conway Twitty – Its Only Make Believe
Patrick Lewis… Sloop John B – Beach Boys
Arthur Sunderland… Not possible without posting my entire record database, it is one of the reasons I became a DJ so I could play records repeatedly and get paid for it.
Glenn Piper… Nothing embarrassing about Ride a White Swan
Fred van der Veen… Jerry Butler – Special Memory
Darren Holmes… This Old Heart of Mine – Isley Brothers and Bear Necessities played continuously in the Duke with my cousins
Amanda Brooks… Dead Ringer for Love Meat Loaf and Olivia Newton John and Cliff Richard – Suddenly
Angela Frances Gardner… You know, you know my name, look up the number!
Bart van Dommelen… Status Quo – Whatever You Want
Tony Ham… Buzzcocks Spiral Scratch.
Graham Belchamber… See my Baby Jive – Wizard
Peter Antony… Brown Sugar / Stones…
Pete Prescott… alright now. Free, Loving you. Minnie riperton, Pinball. Brian Prothero
Green manalishi with the two pronged crown Fleetwood Mac (plus oh well), Hey mama Frankie Vaughan, Walking back to happiness Helen Shapiro, Maybe I’m amazed Wings live, Lady marmalade and every single I paid hard earned paper round money for.
Joe Knight… Plus Oh well part 2. And of course 1967 radio 1 ; blackberry way
Eric Harmer… Pretty much my choice apart from a few Pete and Women oh why. By paul Macartney In the Belmont pub Harold Rd. With Mick Holden. Continuously
Andrew Reid McDuffie… “Breakout” – Mitch Rider and the Defrost Wheels and “Fire”- Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Janet Rennie… Virginia Plain and Mouldy old dough and my dad hated it. Also Kung fu fighting , and singing and kicking all day at my Saturday job in the chemist
Linda Day… Terry by twinkle lol
Eddy Caffrey… ‘Woodstock’ by Matthews Southern Comfort and its great B side ‘Scion’!
Pauline Richards… Seven little girls sitting in the back seat!
Gary King… Gunning for the Buddha – Shriekback
Jackie Hutt… Ride a White Swan- T Rex
Rowena Christodoulou… Silly Love Songs – Wings
Shane Wright… Regents…..17….(and not yet a woman)
Ann Taylor… Leader of the Pack Shanghai-Las
Paul Morfey… Down the dust pipe, Status Quo.
Lloyd Johnson… The Storm by The Hunters, The Mexican by The Fenton’s, Comin’ Home and Right Now by Mel Torme
John Coleman… Radar love, Golden Earring! See them live hastings Pier, 73! Still one of the best stage acts ever!
Ralph Town… Mr Soft…Cockney Rebel
Colin Fox… I must have drove my parents up the wall when Apache first came out. I kept playing it over and over again to get the right notes.
Eugene Hughes… Ben – Michael Jackson
Colin Gibson… telstar by the tornadoes
Ann Hogg… Bridge over troubled waters- Simon and Garfunkel
Alan Pepper… Hit me with your rhythm stick !! (It’s nice to be a lu-na-tic)
Eric Peckham… Hit MEEE!
Mick Bolger… Hit me slowly, hit me quick . . .
Andy Qunta… There have been so many I can’t list them all, but the first one I remember playing over & over was Wonderful Land by The Shadows. Mum & Dad were saved from being driven mad by it, as Tony & I agreed to play the B-side after every 7 or 8 times!
Kathy Wood… Car 67 by Driver 67
Paul John Mears… Limmie and the Family Cookin with ‘A Walking Miracle’ and Blue Mink’s ‘Banner Man’
Aileen Mathieson… Karma Kameleon Boy George I wore it out lol!
Paul Morfey… Won’t get fooled again – The Who.
Eddy Butcher… Young hearts run free candy Stanton
Clifford Rose… The Faith Healer by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band. Before anyone asks it was sensational.
Alan King… Complete Control – The Clash
John Warner… Sixteen Tons they had tp keep replacing it on the Jukebox as it wore out!
David Broome… Up the Junction by Squeeze on purple vinyl.
Samuel Freeman… You really got me. The Kinks
Jacquie Hinves… “Like sister and brother” The Drifters. “Hearts on fire” Phil Cordell on red vinyl. Rest his soul. Miss you mate. Xx
Jim Hobbs… Like sister and brother – a top cut
Eugene Hughes… Marlena Shaw – Go away little boy
Eva Neuke… “Sealed with a kiss” Bryan Hyland
Eugene Hughes… Always played in Bonitas
Eva Neuke… I first heard it in the “Tramps”
Chris Fagg… Lady Madonna – best piano part ever !