UK College Show

Premiere DateAug 7, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Feemtoon
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00:56    Childish Billy Thee Vicars
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02:59    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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04:45    Feel So Good Thee Vicars
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07:05    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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08:44    On Faith Reuben Hollebon
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12:55    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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14:33    Good Kid Bouda French
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18:34    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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20:37    Lullabye Lost Levels
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25:52    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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26:57    Monkey Mess Thee Vicars
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30:26    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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32:38    Dan's Song The Sharps
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35:40    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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38:02    Mr Operator Thee Vicars
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42:09    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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44:48    You Are Lovely Milly Hirst
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48:34    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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51:14    The Beat Thee Vicars
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53:33    Mr Jason & Iain Talking
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56:05    Every Day Thee Vicars
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59:30    Techno Leadout
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60:25    Finish
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UK COLLEGE MUSIC SHOW with Mr Jason – Tuesday 7th August 2012

This week, the show is dedicated to my old good friend Chris Langeland, who died last week. He was an incredible person, and he made a lot of great music. We’ll be playing lots of songs by Thee Vicars, who he played lead guitar with. Chris was my glamourous assistant at Old School Studios when we were based in Bury St Edmunds, and we played together in a few bands, such as The Gee Gees, and The Deets. Please tune in tomorrow for Planet Beet, as we’ll be cramming in a few more Thee Vicars classics then too.
Come on, whadd’ya say?… Let’s radio!

Websites
http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Recorded @ Old School Studios, Studio C. http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

Ian & Jason are (self) sponsored by Sandclaad. The cockney music website. Go to Iain & Jason’s “Packed Full Of Jam” website to find out more. http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Host Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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