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Alan Freeman - Pick of the Pops - 2-1-1972

Alan Freeman - Pick of the Pops - 2-1-1972

Playing tracks by

The Faces, Nelue, Al Green, Argent, Shirley Bassey and more.

Pick of the Pops - Alan Freeman
Sunday 2nd January 1972
BBC Radio One

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Comments

Maxwell Edison

This is just Priceless

David Evans

I wonder if that criminally diabolical Mother Of Mine (committed by Neil Reid) would get into the charts nowadays? You sort of hope we've advanced a bit since those days, but then someone like Gareth Gates or Darius Danesh can still manage to assault and deface the more recent charts with their gruelling cacophony.

David Evans

These recordings are priceless, wonderful snapshots of history. Thank you so much for sharing them.

Hayden Gribble

I was a little too young to listen to his Radio 1 days, but I used to really enjoy his later Radio 2 days in the late 90's. Reminds me of trips back from the seaside. Always in my top three, dear old Fluff. Not 'arf!

Barbara Kirk

1972 must have been a good year for Alan Partridge as I noticed Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves (Cher) and Soley Soley (Middle Of The Road) further up the chart. Both songs have been used in Mid Morning Matters series 2.

Barbara Kirk

Isaac Hayes's Brand You Me sounds regretful of what he was before in comparison to the Dusty Springfield version.

Andy Rayner

thankyou for sharing this - the best !!!

Eric White

No one,but no one can ever do a better chart run down than Alan Freeman.Fact.

Stuart Busby - UNITED DJS

Yep i agree 1000% no one.... NO ONE will ever replace or better dear old Fluff. I miss his broadcasting a great deal. He was the master

Eric White

Brilliantly editing in of the music all right?

Stuart Busby - UNITED DJS

stay bright :-)

Richard Bartlett

Double Fluff Freeman for me today :) :) this started playing after the End of Year '71 chart. Great stuff again Stuart .