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This was... Chris Bent (1969)

on Radio Seagull online every Friday and Saturday, midday and midnight UK time
  (1300/0100  Central European Time)
and various AM frequencies

Playlist for 8th November 2019
 
Hour 1 PODCAST
 
The Enid-Golden Earrings
Tame Impala-It Might Be Time/Borderline
801-TNK
Joni Mitchell-Urge For Going
Black Midi-Ducter
My Life Story-Mr Boyd

50 years ago: THE NEW SINGLES*
overflow
from last week... Friday 31st October 1969
Steam-It's The Magic In You Girl  FONTANA TF1058
Gene Latter-Tiger Bay  PARLOPHONE R5815
Quartet-Will My Lady Come  DECCA F12974
Lyndon Johns-Don't Gamble With Love  DOWNTOWN DT444
Roger Jensen-Jezebel  MAJOR MINOR MM636

50 years ago: THE NEW SINGLES* issue 304
There were 58 new singles released on Friday 7th November 1969
Mama Cass-Make Your Own Kind Of Music  STATESIDE DUNHILL SS8031
Kathy Kirby-Is That All There Is  COLUMBIA DB8634
 
Hour 2 PODCAST
50 years ago: THE NEW SINGLES* issue 304
There were 58 new singles released on Friday 7th November 1969

Exception-Don't Torture Your Mind  PRESIDENT PT271
Harvey Matusow's Jew's Harp Band-Wet Socks  HEAD HDS4004
Blood Sweat & Tears-And When I Die  CBS 4613
Year One-Eli's Coming  MAJOR MINOR MM660
Three Dog Night-Eli's Coming  STATESIDE DUNHILL SS8030
Blood Sweat & Tears-Sometime In Winter  CBS 4613
Stevie Wonder-Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday  TAMLA MOTOWN TMG717
Lulu-Oh Me Oh My  ATCO 226008
Annie Rocket Band-Little Smile On Christmas Band  JAYBOY BOY11
Medium Wave-Looking Towards The Sky/A Walk In The Sunshine  EMBER EMBS265
Sam & Dave-Ooh, Ooh, Ooh ATLANTIC 584303
Nancy Sinatra-Are You Growing Tired Of My Love  REPRISE RS20869
Eternal Triangle-I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City  DECCA F12979
Phil Flowers and the Flower Shop-Like A Rolling Stone  A&M AMS766

Hour 3 PODCAST

50 years ago: THE NEW SINGLES* issue 304
There were 58 new singles released on Friday 7th November 1969
Harvey Matusow's Jew's Harp Band-Afghan Red  HEAD HDS4004
Phil Flowers and the Flower Shop-Keep On Sockin' It Children  A&M AMS766
Foundations-Baby I Couldn't See  PYE 7N17849
Ian Green Revelation-Groover's Grave  CBS 4623
Steve (Rowland) & Albert (Hammond)-Follow The Bouncing Ball  BELL BLL1085
Harry Vanda-I Love Marie  POLYDOR 56357
Area Code 615-Ruby  POLYDOR 56546
Billie Davis-Nights In White Satin  DECCA F12977
Syvia McNeil-Catch A Robber By The Toe  RCA 1894
Nancy Sinatra-Highway Song  REPRISE RS20869
Shy Limbs-Lady In Black/Trick Or Two  CBS 4624
Mama Cass-Lady Love  STATESIDE DUNHILL SS8031
Exception-Pendulum  PRESIDENT PT271
Savoy Brown-I'm Tired  DECCA F12978
E K Bunch-Banana  JAYBOY BOY12
Tommy James and the Shondells-Ball Of Fire  ROULETTE RO511
Bud Flanagan-Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler  PYE 7N17854
Mitch Mahon and the Editions-You've Got What I Need  PYE 7N17844
Birds Of A Feather-Blacksmith Blues  PAGE ONE POF156
 
* The New Singles were a weekly listing of 45rpm recordings published by
Francis Antony Ltd, East Hill, St Austell, Cornwall. They were distributed to the music trade, media, record shops. We are working through the lists from November 1968 to June 1974. Some weeks the lists are missing from the archive but fortunately the weekly list also includes the previous two (and sometimes three) weeks releases...


1971: Chris Bent on left wearing a Radio Geronimo t shirt

Radio Geronimo Monte Carlo film documentary
Written and Produced by Chris Bent; Edited and Directed by Mark Dezzani


 
 

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Chris B (with the delightful miss wood), circa 1975. See https://www.facebook.com/chris.bent.319

picture restored from a damaged slide

 


 

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