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Rick Buckler from The Jam shares his 70s memories.

Rick Buckler from The Jam shares his 70s memories.

As The Jam's drummer, Rick was one-third of the powerhouse sound of The Jam along with Paul Weller and Bruce Foxton. The group had 18 consecutive UK Top 40 singles from their debut 'In The City' in 1977 to their break-up in December 1982, including four No 1 hits. More than any other group, The Jam kept the tradition of three-minute, hook-driven British guitar pop alive providing a blueprint for generations of bands to come.

Also on the show, Johnnie adds another classic vinyl to his Jukebox and we hear all the stories from This Week In Music.

1 hour, 56 minutes

Music Played

  • The Jimmy Castor Bunch

    Troglodyte

    • Soul Hits of the 70s: Didn't It Blow Your Mind! Volume 8.
    • Broadwalk.
    • 5.
  • Pratt & McClain

    Happy Days

    • Television's Greatest Hits Volume 3 70s & 80s.
    • Silva Screen Records Ltd.
  • Queen

    Don't Stop Me Now

    • Jazz.
    • Island.
    • 12.
  • David Bowie

    Fame

    • David Bowie - Best Of Bowie.
    • EMI.
  • Electric Light Orchestra

    Mr. Blue Sky

    • The Very Best Of.
    • Frontiers Records.
    • T1.
  • Fleetwood Mac

    Don't Stop

    • 50 Years - Don't Stop.
    • Warner Bros.
    • 009.
  • Billy Joel

    Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)

    • The Stranger.
    • Columbia.
    • 1.
  • Rod Stewart

    Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

    • The Best Of Rod Stewart.
    • Warner Bros.
  • The Hues Corporation

    Rock The Boat

    • Million Sellers Vol.14 - The Seventie.
    • Disky.
  • The Doobie Brothers

    What A Fool Believes

    • The All Time Greatest Movie Songs.
    • Columbia/Sony Tv.
  • Eli Bonaparte

    Never An Everyday Thing

    • North Of Watford Volume 2.
    • Decca.
    • 8.
  • Led Zeppelin

    All My Love

    • Led Zeppelin - Latter Days.
    • Atlantic.
  • The Damned

    New Rose

    • The Best Of.
    • Big Beat.
  • Meat Loaf

    Bat Out Of Hell

    • The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ....
    • Columbia.
  • The Beatles

    Across The Universe

    • 1967-1970.
    • Apple.
    • 13.
  • Fox

    Imagine Me Imagine You

    • Living In The 70s Vol 4.
    • BMG Australia.
    • 10.
  • Santana

    Samba Pa Ti

    • Santana's Greatest Hits.
    • CBS.
  • Bill Withers

    Ain't No Sunshine

    • Shades Of Soul (Various Artists).
    • Global Television.
  • Dave Edmunds

    Here Comes The Weekend

    • The Best Of.
    • Swansong.
    • 1.
  • Betty Wright

    Shoorah! Shoorah!

    • The Very Best Of Betty Wright.
    • Rhino.
  • Electric Light Orchestra

    Last Train To London

    • Light Years - The Very Best Of ELO.
    • Epic.
  • Ian Dury & The Blockheads

    Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick

    • Fantastic 70's (Various Artists).
    • Sony Tv/Columbia.
  • The Jam

    Batman Theme

    • In The City And This Is The Modern World.
    • Polydor Limited.
    • 6.
  • The Jam

    Non-Stop Dancing

    • In The City And This Is The Modern World.
    • EMI Records Limited.
    • 9.
  • XTC

    Making Plans for Nigel

    • Greatest Hits Of The 70's (Various).
    • EMI.
  • The Jam

    The Butterfly Collector

    • EXTRAS.
    • Polydor.
  • The Jam

    The Eton Rifles

    • The Jam: The Singles 1977-1979.
    • Polydor.
  • David Bowie

    Changes

    • David Bowie - Best Of Bowie.
    • EMI.
  • T. Rex

    Ride a White Swan

    • Million Sellers Vol.18 - The Seventie.
    • Disky.
  • America

    A Horse With No Name

    • America's Greatest Hits - History.
    • Warner Bros.

Johnnie's Jukebox: The Damned - New Rose

Johnnie's Jukebox: The Damned - New Rose

Johnnie Walker and the Sounds of the 70s listeners curate their own personal jukebox, filled with classic seventies seven inches.

This week they're adding "New Rose" by The Damned released in 1976.

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