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There's a Loose Connection tying Van Morrison, The Pretty Things and The Who together, but can you guess what it is? We're Playing Hard To Get with the rare track 'Ole Man River' by The Righteous Brothers and Cilla Black gets a double spin as the focus of Both Sides of the Record.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Music Played

  • The Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus

    Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)

    • Bubblegum Music Is The Naked Truth: Volume 1.
    • MARBLE ARCH.
    • 3.
  • Marianne Faithfull

    This Little Bird

    • The Very Best Of Marianne Faithfull.
    • London.
  • REQUEST

    • Robin Hall & Jimmy MacGregor

      Football Crazy

      • The Best Footie Anthems In The World...Ever!.
      • Virgin.
  • Syd Barrett

    Octopus

    • The Madcap Laughs.
    • EMI.
    • 7.
  • BOTH SIDES OF THE RECORD

    • Cilla Black

      Alfie

      • Cilla Black- The Best Of The EMI Year.
      • EMI.
    • Cilla Black

      Night Time Is Here

      • The Abbey Road Decade CD1.
      • INTERCORD.
      • 16.
  • Gerry & The Pacemakers

    You'll Never Walk Alone

    • The Greatest Hits Of 1963.
    • Premier.
  • REQUEST

    • The New Christy Minstrels

      Green Green

      • Rediscover The 60's - With A Little H.
      • Old Gold.
  • LOOSE CONNECTIONS

    • Van Morrison

      Brown Eyed Girl

      • The Very Best Of Van Morrison.
      • Polydor.
    • The Pretty Things

      Don't Bring Me Down

      • The Greatest Hits Of 1964.
      • Premier.
    • The Who

      Pictures Of Lily

      • Polydor.
  • The Animals

    I'm Crying

    • The Complete Animals (CD 1).
    • EMI.
  • PLAYING HARD TO GET

    • The Righteous Brothers

      Ole Man River

      • You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'.
      • Philles Records.
      • 3.
  • Jimi Hendrix

    Gypsy Eyes

    • Crosstown Traffic.
    • Reclamation.
    • 2.
  • Val Doonican

    What Would I Be

    • The Very Best Of Val Doonican.
    • Music Club.
    • 6.
  • King Curtis

    Free For All

    • Mod Jazz And Then Some.
    • Ace Records.
    • 9.
  • Heinz

    Just Like Eddie

    • 25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll 1963 (Vol 2).
    • Connoisseur.
  • Elvis Presley

    Make Me Know It

    • It's Now Or Never.
    • RCA.
    • 2.
  • REQUEST

    • The Rolling Stones

      Little Red Rooster

      • The Rolling Stones, Now!.
      • London.
  • L.C. Cooke

    Put Me Down Easy

    • The Complete SAR Recordings.
    • Geffen Records.
    • 6.
  • CLASICALLY POP

    • Duane Eddy

      The Story Of Three Loves

      • The Best of the RCA Years: Hits and Rarities.
      • RCA.
      • 6.
  • Billy Hawks

    You've Been A Bad Girl

    • The New Genius Of The Blues - More Heavy Soul.
    • BGP Records.
    • 16.
  • Johnny Burnette

    Dreamin'

    • The Hits Of 1960 (Various Artists).
    • EMI.
  • REQUEST

    • The La-De-Da Band

      Come Together

      • Come Together.
      • 1.
  • Vinny & Kenny

    School Time

    • Vinny Catalano Story, Vol. 1.
    • Crystal Ball Records.
    • 19.
  • THREE IN A ROW

    • Brenda Lee

      Think

      • The Very Best Of Brenda Lee Volume 2.
      • MCA Records.
      • 7.
    • Chris Farlowe

      Think

      • I'm The Greatest.
      • See For Miles Records Ltd.
      • 3.
    • Aretha Franklin

      Think

      • Aretha Franklin - Queen Of Soul.
      • Atlantic.
  • The Isley Brothers

    Put Yourself In My Place

    • The Isley Brothers - Greatest Hits.
    • Telstar.
  • Pat Boone

    Dear John

    • Dear John.
    • London American Recordings.
    • 1.
  • Clodagh Rodgers

    Come Back And Shake Me

    • You Are My Music.
    • Camden.
  • REQUEST

    • Bee Gees

      I Can't See Nobody

      • The Best Of Bee Gees, Volume 1.
      • KARUSSELL.
      • 3.
  • Jan & Dean

    Heart And Soul

    • All-Time Greatest Hits.
    • Curb.
  • The Fatimas

    Sandstorm

    • Teen Beat Volume 4.
    • Ace.
    • 23.
  • The Shadows

    Foot Tapper

    • The Shadows - First 20 Years At The T.
    • EMI.

Broadcast

Leading Ladies of the 60s

Leading Ladies of the 60s

Lulu, Marianne, Cilla - listen to Brian Matthew speak to them all!