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20:00 GMT Tonight: FTLOV Radio Refuses To Die

The sixth FTLOV Radio show is on air tonight. We had a good time last week with 4 hours of music from today and all the way back to the 60’s. This week it won’t be quite such a marathon as we should be running for about 2 hours, but it will be 2 great hours with this week’s playlist, a new decade to remember and a classic album in it's entirety. Come and join us and join in on our Facebook Page.

On The Menu tonight we have:

20:00 The Playlist -An eclectic mix of songs they don’t usually play on the radio, or some of the songs I've been listening to this week, it amounts to the same thing!

20:30 That Was The Year That Was – 1995 – Remember TLC with Waterfalls? Boombastic from Shaggy? Here Comes the Hotstepper by Ini Kamoze? Good, so I won’t be playing any of those.  

21:30 The Classic Album – Played in it's entirety a classic album from any era. Help shape the show by taking part in the album selection at our Facebook page where you can rank six albums, the top ranked album will be this weeks Classic.


I went to the Leamington Record and CD Fair on Saturday, and was a little underwhelmed. I’ve been several times before but I wold, more often than not, go every six months or so, I’ve been to the last three and the frequency is quite possibly the issue. There was less for me to get excited over and a lot for me to get a bit miffed over. I don’t buy records to own something that has a different coloured label or a fantastically rare catalogue number, I genuinely don’t care. I go there to find records that I can play that are less than the £20 needed for a re-issue on 180g vinyl.

I did find a few things but I came way from there with most of my money still in my pocket, and I made the mistake of buying something (for £3.50) that I already had, not for the first time, which suggests that since I bought the first one I haven’t listened to it and begs the further question, do I need either of them?


We love to hear from you so please do feel free to like our FB page, which is here: and talk to us as much as you like. We are always happy to receive listeners playlists, just tell us the 5 songs that you love and why and there's a good chance we'll play them on next weeks show. 
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David Bowie – The Next Day

It’s quite odd now to listen to this album again knowing that there is every possibility that Bowie didn’t know at the point of its release in 2013 that he was terminally ill, or perhaps at this point he wasn’t. Although only 3 years apart (and it had been 10 years since his previous release, “Reality”) the differences between this and ‘Blackstar’ are obvious. 

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