This week comedy song writer David Hoare sat in the guests chair to talk about his songs, which varied from his favourite drink, what he sees wrong with the film Titanic and why he doesn’t like cheese. He also shared some songs that he loves. Over the course of the show we talked about Robin Williams, why there should be more Slayer on the radio, rules in Holland and much more. He also sang a Happy Birthday song for my mother, which was nice of him.
Robin Williams - Elmer Fudd Sings Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - American Skin (41 Shots) (Live In New York City, 2000)
David Hoare - The Cheese Song (Live At Trestle Arts Base, 2013)
David Hoare - Draw Me
Kate Bush - The Big Sky (Special Single Mix)
The Roots feat. Nelly Furtdao - Sacrifice
David Hoare - It’s Time To Make A Sandwich (Live Session)
Parliament - Do That Stuff
Paul Williams - So You Wanna Be A Boxer (From Bugsy Malone)
David Hoare - Stick The Kettle On (Live Session)
Snarky Puppy feat. Magda Giannikou - Amour T’res La (Live At The Jefferson Center, 2013)
Bad Manners - Lip Up Fatty
David Hoare - Happy Birthday Linda (Live Session)
Robin Williams - Prince Ali (From Aladdin)
Björk - Joga
Édith Piaf - Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien
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Tumblr-ettes! I’m going on the radio at 10pm GMT time (just over ten minutes from now).
This week I have comedy song writing genius David Hoare with me armed with raps about tea and sandwiches, songs about Titanic and more.
Not only that, but he’s picked out music from the likes of Bjork, Kate Bush and The Roots to share with us all.
We’d both be delighted if you could join us by tuning in over at www.radioverulam.com. There will be tea and cake for all that do.
(Restrictions apply, results may vary.)