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Johnnie Walker celebrates the decade of the Munich, Sapporo and Montreal Olympics.
This week Chris Norman, lead singer with the rock band Smokie remembers the decade in My 70s. The group had eleven top forty hits including If You Think You Know How To Love Me and Living Next Door To Alice, achieving success after pairing up with the noted songwriting duo of Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn. Norman began a solo career in the eighties, but has appeared with Smokie since leaving the band at that time.
Also on the show, the 1973 wedding of Princess Anne and Mark Philips will be celebrated with sounds from the archive, and Johnnie will add another classic seven-inch single to his Jukebox.

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1 hour, 56 minutes

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Sun 10 Nov 2013 15:00

Johnnie's Jukebox: Hawkwind - Silver Machine

Johnnie's Jukebox: Hawkwind - Silver Machine

Johnnie Walker curates his own personal jukebox, filled with classic seventies seven inches.

 

This week he's adding "Silver Machine" by Hawkwind, released in 1972.

 

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