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That’s a very good playlist.

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Well, here are my playlists from last week. Only programmed two shows as my friend aired his own shows on the other two days. Had a really nasty flu about a week ago, catching up on processing all the recorded airchecks this arvo, hope to have them up on mixcloud tonight. :slight_smile:

The Fresh Mix dot Com
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Tuesday 4th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 am
Program 12 - Early 90s bubble pop mix

01 - MC Hammer - 2 legit 2 quit (legit 7 inch edit remix)
02 - Stacy Earl - Romeo and juliet (with the wild pair) (3am mix radio edit)
03 - MC Skat Kat and the Stray Mob - Big time
04 - Salt n Pepa - Express yourself
05 - Paula Abdul - Opposites attract (street mix)
06 - New Kids on the Block - You got it (the right stuff)
07 - Collette - That’s what I like about you
08 - Gloria Estefan - Say
09 - Andrew Ridgeley - Red dress
10 - Titiyo - My body says yes (edit)
11 - Seiko Matsuda - All the way to heaven
12 - Titiyo - After the rain
13 - Seiko Matsuda - Leave it up to fate
14 - Sinitta - Love love love
15 - Soul Kitchen - Sweet soul music (featuring the London Boys)
16 - Ralph Tresvant - Stone cold gentleman
17 - Gerardo - We want the funk (single edit)
18 - Vanilla Ice - Play that funky music (single mix)
19 - Snap - Cult of snap (world power radio edit)
20 - Dell the Funkee Homosapian - Mistadobalina
21 - Twins (aus) - All mixed up (7 inch version)
22 - Bruce Samazan - One of a kind
23 - Radio Freedom - I can feel it
24 - Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison (single version)
25 - Present History - Always
26 - C&C Music Factory - Here we go (the rock n roll radio mix)
27 - Bingoboys - How to dance (featuring Princessa)
28 - Right Said Fred - Don’t talk just kiss (suck face 12 inch mix)
29 - KLF - Kylie said to jason

The Fresh Mix dot Com
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Thursday 6th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 am
Program 13 - 70s 80s retro mix

01 - England Dan and John Ford Coley - I’d really love to see you tonight
02 - Fox - S s single Bed
03 - Frankie Valli - Oh what a night (december 1963) (single version)
04 - Eagles - Hotel california
05 - Sherbet - Magazine madonna
06 - Leo Sayer - You make me feel like dancing
07 - Shirley Strachan - Tracks of my tears
08 - Brothers Johnson - Strawberry letter 23 (single version)
09 - Graham Bonnet - Warm ride
10 - Frankie Valli - Grease
11 - Silver Studs - Dr bop (vinyl rip)
12 - Olivia Newton John - A little more love
13 - Queen - Fat bottomed girls
14 - Silver Convention - Thank you mr dj (russian vinyl rip)
15 - Samantha Sang - Living without your love (2016 private stock remaster)
16 - Buggles - Video killed the radio star (alternative mix)
17 - Barbara Dickson - January february
18 - B52’s - Private idaho
19 - Joan Armatrading - Me myself I
20 - Rocky Burnette - Falling in love (bein’ friends)
21 - Blondie - The tide is high
22 - Air Supply - Every woman in the world
23 - Roger Daltrey - Without your love
24 - Karen Knowles - Why won’t you explain
25 - Cliff Richard - Hold on (2001 EMI remaster)
26 - Vertical Hold - My imagination (24 96 vinyl remaster)
27 - Bow Wow Wow - C30 C60 C90 (go)
28 - Flock Of Seagulls - I ran
29 - Jackson Browne - Somebody’s baby
30 - Captain Sensible - Happy talk
31 - Toto Coelo - I eat cannibals

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The Fresh Mix dot Com
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Monday 10th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 am
Program 12 - Random mixed bag special

01 - Fine Young Cannibals - She drives me crazy
02 - Mental as Anything - Rock and roll music
03 - UB40 - Where did I go wrong
04 - Mike and the Mechanics - Nobody’s perfect
05 - Collette - Ring my bell
06 - Daryl Braithwaite - One summer
07 - John Farnham - Beyond the call
08 - Little Peggy March - I will follow him (1988 dino music master)
09 - Little River Band - Soul searching
10 - Tiffany - Could’ve Been (album version)
11 - Steve Winwood - Help me angel (chronicles remix)
12 - Rolling Stones - Let’s spend the night together
13 - Shakatak - Day by day (with Al Jarreau)
14 - Kenny G - Love on the rise (featuring Kashif)
15 - Iggy Pop - livin’ on the edge of the night
16 - Figures on a Beach - You ain’t seen nothing yet
17 - Ivan Neville - Falling out of love
18 - Londonbeat - There’s a beat going on
19 - Bon Jovi - Always
20 - Pandora - Trust me (radio mix)
21 - Maria McKee - Show me heaven (single version)
22 - Sarah Brightman - Amigos para siempre (friends for life) (featuring jose carreras)
23 - Mariah Carey - Love takes time
24 - James Ingram - I don’t have the heart
25 - Jimmy Barnes - Little darling
26 - Bette Midler - From a distance
27 - Pete Wylie - Don’t lose your dreams (with Yah)
28 - Girl Overboard - Permanent friend
29 - Holly Valance - State of mind

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Thanks for these @anonymousbroadcaster- helps knowing which of the shows are more to my taste. I landed on the ‘90s bubble pop’ one last week and couldn’t make it through the whole show :smiley:

That’s the thing with eclectic music though- not everything will be to your taste. But I’d much rather be challenged than listen to the safe stuff.

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Yeah, I know, the bubble pop one was a little cringeworthy, but that’s half the fun. With such a large archive of music, one can do all sorts of stuff and themes. :slight_smile:

But trying to find a balance is rather quite tricky. You don’t want to play so much obscure stuff that nobody knows anything that your playing, yet conversely you don’t want to sound boring either, playing the same cliche shit thats been heard a thousand times on commercial radio.

We had this discussion within our small station group during a meeting, and the consensus seems to be to mix up a bunch of well known hits that have charted well with a heap of obscure material and hope you can please everybody.

Like you mentioned about the bubblegum pop 1990s show, everyone knows me for being a “pop music” lover. Any rock, blues, house, dance, country, and pubrock are genres that I like but I would classify as offshoots from my main taste, I just can’t listen to grunge, very heavy rock, heavy metal, and the Triple J kind of indie as these either give me a high blood pressure level or the worlds longest yawwwwwn. :slight_smile:

As per the bubble pop show from the other night, quite a few of my mixed tapes were filled with this stuff back then, and they got played to death. To me, it’s music that’s upbeat, cheery, and exhuberant. Particularly as I remember the early 1990s was the time shortly after I left school where there was a lot of unemployment, and I guess in those days, it was the right kind of music that would keep me smiling when times were utterly horrid.

But yes, can definitely understand this is not everyones cup of tea, I guess the beauty of our shows on community radio is that we reflect who we are in the playlists we air, rather then the same bland “focus group” rubbish played on the corporate stations. I’m not really into 50s and 60s music, but sometimes I’ll tune into 2SSR FM to discover stuff I’ve never heard before from those decades, it’s the personal approach to community radio that makes it special.

Below is the playlist to tonights show, it will shortly appear on mixcloud. Tomorrow night I’ll be taking another dive in to mostly 70s early 80s music with another musical timewalk that will span 1972 to 1982.

The Fresh Mix dot Com
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Tuesday 11th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 am
Program 13 - Second mixed bag special

01 - Southern Sons - Heart in danger
02 - 1927 - Tell me a story
03 - Jamie J, Morgan - Walk on the wild side
04 - Mariah Carey - Vision of love
05 - Gloria Estefan - Get on your feet
06 - Black Sorrows - Angel street
07 - Black Sorrows - Harley and rose
08 - John Farnham - That’s freedom
09 - Cyndi Lauper - Unconditional love
10 - Hall and Oates - Starting all over again
11 - Mondo Rock - I had you in mind
12 - Jimmy Barnes - Waitin’ for the heartache
13 - Chantoozies - Witch queen (1987 festival mastering)
14 - Pseudo Echo - Love and adventure
15 - Sinitta - So macho
16- Huey Lewis and the News - Hip to be square
17 - Steve Winwood - Higher love (single version)
18 - Sister Sledge - Frankie
19 - Paul Johnson - When love comes calling
20 - Future World Orchestra - Desire
21 - Jonne Sands - Mothers and fathers
22 - Anita Meyer - They don’t play our lovesong
23 - Beatles - Penny lane (1987 mastering)
24 - Stevie Wonder - Part time lover (album edit)
25 - Sparks - Music that you can dance to
26 - Taco - Where did our love go
27 - Josh Pyke - Circle of light
28 - Harry Styles - Music for a dushi restaurant
29 - Eagles - New kid in town

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Very little NZ music.

Thanks, we do have access to quite a bit of en-zed stuff, can run this as a theme one night. :slight_smile: Sharon O Neil is one of my favourite artists, one of my favourite more obscure NZ tracks is Craig Scott “When jo jo runs”; just pure early 70s bliss. I gotta say the ultimate NZ classic is Dave and the Dynamo’s “Life begins at 40”, remember wearing the grooves out on that 7 inch back in 1983. :slight_smile:

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Was signal any better on DAB+ or does the FM 2OOO program not simulcast on DAB+ ?

Also @anonymousbroadcaster, I wasn’t referring to your program not having NZ music, I was replying to this post by @LiamP

They’re talking about a Kiwi radio station with very little NZ music, not your 2OOO shows @anonymousbroadcaster

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All good, just a little confusion. ha ha. :slight_smile:

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Attention @Radiohead - I will have something for you in today’s Conga Line. Make sure you’re listening (if not live, then on demand…I’ll put up the show tomorrow morning) :slight_smile:

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Sadly, just got into Sydney, but will definitely check tomorrow!

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You probably have better things to do, so here’s the flog:

The Conga Line
2BRW Braidwood FM
13 June 2024

1600-1700

Icehouse- Anything Is Possible
INXS- Disappear
Imani Coppola- Legend Of A Cowgirl

Fleetwood Mac- Think About Me (ROCK IN STEREO, Tusk 1979)
Fleetwood Mac- Not That Funny
Fleetwood Mac- Tusk

ONJ- Landslide (WOLFIE)
Kim Hart- Love At First Night
Sharon O’ Neill- Power

Swanee- Lady What’s Your Name
Madison Avenue- Who The Hell Are You?
Shirley Ellis- The Name Game (SMOKIN’ OLDIE)

1700-1800

MISSING SIX: Songs for ‘Radiohead’

Bob Hudson- The Newcastle Song
Sister Hazel- All For You
Aneiki- Pleased To Meet You

Bruce Hornsby & The Range- The Valley Road
Wet Wet Wet- Sweet Little Mystery
Howard Jones- No One Is To Blame

Billy Joel- The River Of Dreams (MATT)
Billy Joel- It’s All About Soul

Johnny Clegg/ Juluka- Scatterlings of Africa
John Bird- Amazin’ Man (Idi Amin) (WRONG SONG)

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What? No Up Up Cronulla?! :grin:

Thanks, I appreciate the thought! Will definitely have a listen now since I am missing at least six of something.

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Billy, looks like a great list, will put your show on tomorrow when I’m having lunch, Thought I was the only guy in Australia who knew that “Scatterings of Africa” song. :slight_smile:

Here are the logs from the last two nights of the fresh mix. Programs will be up tomorrow on Mixcloud.

The Fresh Mix dot Com presents Charles Musical Roadshow
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Wednesday 12th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 midnight
Program 03 - 1970s backtrax special

01 - Skyhooks - Livin’ In The 70’s
02 - John Stewart - Gold
03 - Night - Hot Summer Nights
04 - The Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music
05 - Silver Convention - Get Up And Boogie
06 - Flash & The Pan - Hey St. Peter
07 - Pilot - Magic
08 - Bay City Rollers - I Only Wanna Be With You
09 - Anita Ward - Ring My Bell
10 - Peter Shelley - Love Me Love My Dog
11 - Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs - Cigarettes And Whiskey
12 - Mark Williams - It Doesn’t Matter Any More
13 - Kevin Johnson - Rock and roll (I gave you the best years of my life)
14 - David Bowie - Golden Years
15 - Max Merritt & The Meteors - Hey Jude
16 - Bryan Ferry - Let’s Stick Together
17 - Canned Heat - Let’s Work Together
18 - Barry Ryan - Kitsch
19 - Tina Turner - Come Together
20 - Alan O’Day - Undercover Angel
21 - Jon English & Mario Millo - Six Ribbons
22 - Drummond - Daddy Cool
23 - Daddy Cool - Eagle Rock
24 - Leo Sayer - Long Tall Glasses
25 - Hello - Tell Him
26 - The Mojo Singers - C’Mon Aussie C’Mon
27 - The Little River Band - Help Is On The Way
28 - Pratt And McClain - Happy Days
29 - C.C.S. - Tap Turns On The Water
30 - Mud - Oh Boy
31 - Sister Janet Mead - The Lord’s Prayer
32 - Les Crane - Desiderata
33 - Hot Butter - Song Of The Narobi Trio

The Fresh Mix dot Com
2OOO FM 98.5
Aired: Thursday 13th June 2024 - 10:00 pm to 12:00 midnight
Program 14 - Retro timewalk (1972 to 1981)

01 - Eagles - Take it easy
02 - Don McLean - Vincent
03 - Elton John - Teacher I need you
04 - America - Sister golden hair
05 - Frankie Valli - Who loves you
06 - Pilot - January
07 - Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon
08 - 10cc - The things we do for love
09 - Andy Gibb - I just want to be your everything
10 - David Gates - Goodbye girl
11 - Barry Manilow - Copacabana (at the copa)
12 - Racey - Lay your love on me
13 - Shauna Jensen - Send your love (vinyl)
14 - Smokie - Mexican girl
15 - Chris Rea - Diamonds
16 - Boomtown Rats - I don’t like mondays (single edit)
17 - Nick Lowe - Cruel to be kind
18 - Kenny Rogers - You decorated my heart
19 - Christie Allen - Goose bumps (bmg master)
20 - Player 1 - Space invaders (vinyl)
21 - Alan O’Day - Skinny girls (vinyl)
22 - Fiddler’s Dram - Daytrip to bangor (2020 deezer master)
23 - Veterans - There’s no age for rock n roll (vinyl)
24 - Spider - New romance (it’s a mystery)
25 - Kiss - Shandi
26 - Electric Light Orchestra - Xanadu (with Olivia Newton John) (special disco version)
27 - Earth Wind and Fire - Let me talk
28 - Lipps Inc - How long (7 inch edit)
29 - Sheena Easton - 9 to 5
30 - John Farnham - Too much too soon (vinyl)
31 - Barbara Dickson - Think it over

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OK yesterday’s Conga Line is now up:

BTW @anonymousbroadcaster - there are two versions of ‘Scatterlings’, one with Juluka (better version) and one with Savuka (inferior version). The Juluka version was released earlier and was the one played on KROQ Los Angeles in the 80s (where I heard it, via airchecks).

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When played on 2SM around October 1983, Ray Arthur (then 2SM jock) announced it as Johnny Clegg and Juluka, it was played once, and never again. Couldn’t find it at the old Brashs at the time, so surmised it was a promo only song that was never released for the public to buy. Picked up a three CD 80s comp released by Disky at HMV around 1992, and to my lovely surprise, there it was at the end of disc three. Still to this day, have never heard it on any radio station (commercial or community) again. let lone anybody mention it until I saw it on your playlist.

When listneing to your show last night, the player rolled into your nect show, where you played Go West, Owen Paul, and another true wow moment, Mondo Rock’s “Our time”. Your back-announce at the end of that was priceless, yes, 104 2Day FM played that track as a staple during that wonderful period; October 1986, a few years before Austereo came in with their wrecking ball, with Keith Willliams, Rob McCasker, and Malcolm Paul shouting over every song. :frowning:

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It was played on the 2DAY FM aircheck that another member posted, as well as Go West and Owen Paul :slight_smile:

As for ‘Scatterlings’, yes it was 1983 and it may have made the KROQ Top 106.7 for that year. The Australian jocks probably looked to stations like KROQ for new music.

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