TTBA playlist for Wednesday 14 June

TTBA playlist for Wednesday 14 June

Turn The Beat Around is produced and presented by Ian Arbuckle and broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm with a repeat on Saturdays 3.00 until 5.00pm plus available for 7 days after broadcasting at Catch Up anytime.

Playlist for the programme on Wednesday 14 June which is repeated on Saturday 17 June 2017.

The Turn The Beat Around programme Album of the Month for June 2017 is Adios from Glen Campbell. 

Ian Arbuckle will be featuring tracks from the CD during his TTBA programme this month.

The legendary singer-songwriter Glen Campbell has bid a final farewell to his fans by releasing his last-ever album. Titled Adiós, it was recorded in 2012, when the “Rhinestone Cowboy” formally ended his music career after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease the year before.

Produced by his friend and longtime banjo player Carl Jackson, Adiós also involved Campbell’s daughter Ashley Campbell, a country musician in her own right. The 12-song collection includes songs that Glen Campbell loved but never had the opportunity to record. Some of the album’s poignancy stems from the fact that, on it, Campbell sounds nearly as robust and fluid as ever.

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Everybody’s Free – Rozalla
Moonlight, Music and You – Laura Greene
Stressed Out – 21 Pilots
DRIVING SONG
You’ll never stop me from loving you – Sonia
Come Alive – Lauren Daigle
Somethings Gotta Hold On Me – Etta James
Tears of a clown – The Beat
Ordinary Love – Ben Rector
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 1
Everybody’s Talking – Glen Campbell
Change – Taylor Swift
NORTHEN SOUL CLASSICS
Disillusioned – The Tams
Everybody’s Got a Dance But Me – Big Dee Irwin
Crazy Over You – Maureen Gray
Listen to your heart – Roxette
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 2
Witchita Lineman – Glen Campbell
I hide U seek Manic Drive
Chelsea Dagger – Fratellis
Don’t you forget about me – Simple Minds
You belong here – Anberlin
Soul Man – Sam and Dave
Outstanding – Gap Band
What can I say – Boz Scaggs
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Music and news from history.
I heard it through the grapevine – Marvin Gaye
My weakness is you – Edwin Starr
Beside You – Cameron James
Hold On – Becka Shae
My Heart Breaks – Dave Thulin
Invisible – Leeland

Ian says: “Thanks for listening to Turn the Beat Around on 100.8 Revival FM. I’m Ian Arbuckle and I’ll be back again next week same time.”   

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