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Mercia Sound First Playlist - 23rd May 1980
this is the first weeks playlist for Mercia Sound when it launched

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Playlist No. 1 -
23rd May - 30th May 1980


A1 What's another year - Johnny Logan
A2 Geno - Dexy's Midnight Runners
A3 Mirror in the bathroom - The Beat
A4 She's out of my life - Michael Jackson
A5 Hold on to my love - Jimmy Ruffin
A6 No doubt about it - Hot Chocolate
A7 Coming up - Paul McCartney
A8 Theme from MASH (Suicide is painless) - The MASH
A9 Over you - Roxy Music
A10 The groove - Rodney Franklin
A11 I shoulda loved ya - Nirada Michael Walden
A12 Toccata - Sky
A13 Don't make waves - The Nolans
A14 Let's go round again - Average White Band
A15 Teenage - U.K. Subs
A16 Duchess - Genesis
A17 Police and theives - Junior Murvin
A18 Just can't give you up - Mystic Merlin
A19 You'll always find me in the kitchen at parties - Jona Lewie
A20 We are glass - Gary Numan
A21 Twilight zone/twilight tone - Manhattan Transfer
A22 You gave me love - Crown Heights Affair
A23 Pulling muscles (from the shell) - Squeeze
A24 No self control - Peter Gabriel
A25 Body language - Detroit Spinners
A26 Red frame/white light - Orchestral Manoeuvers in the Dark
A27 Let's get serious - Jermaine Jackson
A28 Midnight dynamos - Matchbox
A29 The seduction (love theme) - James Last Band
A30 Back together again - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway
A31 Think about me - Fleetwood Mac
A32 Platinum blonde - Prelude
A33 Funkytown - Lipps Inc.
A34 Passion for Paris/an American in Paris - Frankie Valli
A35 Hot love - David Essex
A36 Chinatown - Thin Lizzy
A37 Rat race - The Specials
A38 Crying - Don McLean
A39 I'm alive - Electric Light Orchestra
A40 The eyes have it - Karel Fialka


B1 Why don't you say it - Elkie Brooks
B2 But love me - Janie Fricke
B3 Me myself I - Joan Armatrading
B4 New romance (it's a mystery) - Spider
B5 Light up the night - Brothers Johnson
B6 Partners in crime - Rupert Holmes
B7 Little Jeannie - Elton John
B8 Everybody's got to learn sometime - Korgis
B9 Always and ever - Showaddywaddy
B10 I want you back - Fern Kinney
B11 Love street - Dollar
B12 Nothing left toulouse - Sad Cafe
B13 Don't cry for me Argentina - Festival
B14 I'll never love this way again - Dionne Warwick
B15 Kiss this one goodbye - Andrew Gold
B16 I can't help it - Andy Gibb/Olivia Newton-John
B17 Reach your peak - Sister Sledge
B18 Ev'ry time we say goodbye - Ella Fitzgerald
B19 Steal away - Robbie Dupree
B20 Rudi got married - Laurel Aitken and Unitone
B21 She done me in - Bill Lovelady
B22 Lost in love - Air Supply
B23 Don't tell me - Shona Laing
B24 The show - Steve Hackett
B25 Happy together - Waves
B26 Gee whiz - Bernadette Peters
B27 Sad songs - Ellen Foley
B28 Let's hang on - Darts
B29 Christine - Siouxsie and the Banshees
B30 Irene - Photos
B31 Any way you want it - Journey
B32 In the thick of it - Brenda Russell
B33 Under your spell - Phyllis Hyman
B34 Girl with the hungry eyes - Jefferson Starship
B35 Dreams - Grace Slick
B36 Satellite - Plain Sailing
B37 Lady - The Whispers
B38 That's what John said - The Motors
B39 The other side of the sun - Janis Ian
B40 Use it or lose it - Eddy Grant

C LIST (Presenters hitpicks)

C1 Gordon Astley: To be or not to be - B. A. Robertson
C2 Dave Jamieson: Radio - Dolly Dots
C3 Stuart Linnell: Hey there - Ray Stevens
C4 Tony Gillham: In the night - Barbara Dickson
C5 John Warwick: Running from paradise - Daryl Hall and John Oates
C6 Andy Lloyd: D-A-A-Ance - The Labrettas


Mercia Album Of The Week:
McCartney II - Paul McCartney

Bobby Vee singles album
Whirlwind - Andrew Gold
Just on night - Eric Clapton
Flesh and blood - Roxy Music
Suzi Quatro's greatest hits
Sports car - Judie Tzuke
Me myself I - Joan Armatrading
Shine - The Average White Band

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