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STUART BUSBY'S 1960's JUKEBOX - 8-7-2017 - 242 RADIO

STUART BUSBY'S 1960's JUKEBOX - 8-7-2017 - 242 RADIO

Playing tracks by

Bobby Vee, Wilson Pickett, Edwin Starr, The Drifters, The Tremeloes and more.

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This upload was 57th in the #pop chart.

STUART BUSBY'S 1960's JUKEBOX
242 RADIO
SATURDAY 8th JULY 2017
11 am TO 12 pm

Hi everyone and welcome to the third of my 1960's Jukebox shows for 242 Radio.
I'd like to thank the many of you that have given me such encouraging feedback about these show's and keep asking me for more. I'm very humbled by your praise. . . . . . . .
Here is yesterday's show with all the usual features and some classic music.
Hope you all enjoy it............
If you'd like to join my facebook group dedicated to this and my other shows it can be found here.......... https://www.facebook.com/groups/stuartbusbysretroradioshows/

Comments

Barbara Kirk

I bet a few fans of the Bliss series's ears pricked up when Wouldn't It Be Nice came on, even if it was just the instrumental!

Barbara Kirk

Thanks for playing the UK NIrvana's Rainbow Chaser!

Barbara Kirk

Is that Alexis Korner doing the voiceover on the Vitalis ad?

Barbara Kirk

This version of Things Ain't Wot They Used To Be is why I thought the musical was a Brit counterpart to Bye Bye Birdie at first.

Barbara Kirk

Love the Kraft margarine ad!

Richard Bartlett

Very good again Stuart !

Stuart Busby - UNITED DJS

Thanks mate :-)

Paul Gibbons.

Hi Stuart thank you I will let you know Paul 😀

Paul Gibbons.

Great music Stuart 😀

Stuart Busby - UNITED DJS

Thanks Paul.............. any requests ?

John Macleod

Due to being very young when this station was around it is encouraging to find out from this extract just what another pirate radio station was like

Stuart Busby - UNITED DJS

John i think your getting a bit confused between this (which is my new show) and the archive shows i post here. having said that, if you thought my show was an archive clip then that is high praise indeed :-)