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Geoff pays tribute to Chas Hodges with tracks from Chas & Dave and recordings Chas played on.

One year to the day since Chas died, Geoff pays tribute with tracks from Chas & Dave and recordings Chas played on with Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent,Heinz and John Leyton, including a couple of BBC sessions. Also: Dick Callan, guitarist with Matchbox, introduces his first rock n roll record and some of his own hits.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Chas & Dave


  • Heinz

    Just Like Eddie

  • John Leyton

    Johnny Remember Me

  • The Holloway Echoes

    There’ll Never Be a World Without Chas Hodges

  • Ray Charles

    Hit the Road Jack

  • Tiny Bradshaw and His Orchestra

    The Train Kept-A Rollin

  • The Drifters

    I Count the Tears

  • Dale Hawkins

    My Babe

  • Freddy Cannon

    Buzz Buzz A Diddle It

  • Bob Luman


  • Chas & Dave and Friends

    That’s All Right Mama (BBC Session)

  • Whirlwind

    Hang Loose (BBC Session)

  • Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers

    Teddy Boy Rock N Roll (BBC Session)

  • Jerry Lee Lewis & the Outlaws

    You Win Again (Live)

  • Gene Vincent & the Outlaws

    Dance to the Bop (BBC Session)

  • Gilbert O`Sullivan, Chas Hodges and Geraint Watkins

    This Riff

  • Anthony Newley

    Saturday Night Rock a Boogie

  • Bo Walton & Red Alert

    Back in the Real World

  • Shane Fenton & The Fentones

    It’s Gonna Take Magic

  • Helen Shapiro

    Don’t Treat Me Like a Child

  • Chet Atkins


  • The Hunters

    Teen Scene

  • The Outlaws

    Last Stage West

  • Matchbox

    Midnite Dynamos

  • Matchbox

    When You Ask About Love

  • Matchbox & Kirsty Maccoll

    I Want Out

  • Cliff Richard & the Drifters

    High Class Baby

  • Rockhouse

    Quicksand Love

  • Mike Berry & the Outlaws

    Don’t You Think it’s Time

  • Ray Charles

    Leave My Woman Alone

  • The Everly Brothers

    This Little Girl of Mine

  • The Drifters

    Dance With Me

  • Chas & Dave

    I Wish I Could Write a Love Song

  • Roy Buchanan

    Sweet Dreams