Music For Pleasure
I know it's a horrible thought but this is the last MFP of the FM broadcast. For our last show Music for Pleasure is all about you our listeners. We've been taking suggestions on how to fill an hour of airtime for a few weeks now and have now prepared an entire show suggested by you. There's going to be some classics, some more dubious tunes and the ultimate Phil Collins experience along with a few surprised.
But fear not, if you've not got your suggestion in yet there's still time, you can still have your voice heard. Is there some aspect of charity shop vinyl that we've been ignoring all these months? Is there a song we've played before that you want to hear again? Should we have played track 3 instead of track 2 off that Rod Stewart album last week? Is the Mystery Bag Mega mix perhaps the worst idea ever committed to radio. Any thoughts, suggestions or ideas you have will be taken on board.
On the day we'll be taking down a massive pile of records and taking requests on the day. If you get your suggestions in early either on the subcity forum (in the banter section) or on the Music for Pleasure facebook group, we'll do our best to make your dreams come true.
And if you don't suggest anything it may just end up being an hour of dead air, and what a waste that would be.
For more ideas you can listen to all our old shows or check the playlists.
This week, following our foray into cheese last week, music for pleasure's taking deep into the dark and scary depths of recorded sound. We've trawled through the MFP vaults and we're going to be bringing you a whole our of some of the oddest, strangest and most down right mental songs ever commited to cut price vinyl.
This will of course be prinkled with liberal amounts of Phil Collins, phase 3 of Paul's history of recorded sound and a Mystery bag mega mix12:00 - 13:00