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Jon Teamlaverne Jon Teamlaverne | 17:11 UK time, Thursday, 18 February 2010

This week's Memory Tapes is a little different.


To fit in with Friday's film-themed show, we've asked BAFTA nominated film-maker Luke Snellin to provide us with a old, long forgotten compliation tape. Luke writes: "I had a look through my old tapes and I found the track listing for my favorite one.


"It was one I used to play on the way to school on my walkman and in the car on long journeys with my family. I played this all the time from about 1996 to 1999, the other kids didn't know most of the stuff I'd listen to. I think they thought I was from the past!" Browsing the tracklisting below you can see why.


Luke is nominted in the Short Film catergory of Sunday's BAFTAS for 'Mixtape' (see what we did there!). Anyway, once you've finished clapping Teamlaverne, you can watch the short film on this page, and then peruse Luke's tracklisting...



Luke's mixtape lines up like this...


1. Stay With Me - The Faces

2. Wall Street Shuffle - 10CC

3. The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkel

4. Tequila Sunrise - The Eagles

5. Can't Get Enough - Bad Company

6. Sara - Fleetwood Mac

7. Jet - Wings

8. Benny and the Jets - Elton John

9. Get It On - T.Rex

10. God Gave Rock and Roll to You - Argent

11. Hurricane Coming - CCS

12. Diamonds on The Soles of Her Shoes - Paul Simon

13. Toto - Hold The Line

14. Upside Down - Diana Ross

15. Bicycle Race - Queen

16. Bee Bop Deluxe - Ships in The Night

17. Paranoid - Black Sabbath

18. Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin


Listen to the show on Friday 19th February to see which tracks make the cut.



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