Mark Nevin

One of Britain’s best songwriters, Mark Nevin picks a selection of favourite British tracks from the Sixties and Seventies.

Mark Nevin

  1. The Tornados – Telstar (Single A-side, Decca, 1962)
  2. David Bowie – There is a Happy Land (David Bowie, Deram, 1967)
  3. Lulu – To Sir With Love (Single A-side, Epic (US), 1967)
  4. Barry Ryan – Eloise (Single A-side, MGM, 1968)
  5. The Kinks – Wonder Boy (Single A-side, Pye,1968)
  6. Gilbert O’Sullivan –Nothing Rhymed (Single A-side, MAM, 1970)
  7. Paul and Linda McCartney – Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1971)
  8. T.Rex – Jeepster (Single A-side, Fly, 1971)
  9. Roxy Music –Virginia Plain (Single A-side, EG, 1972)
  10. Alex Harvey Band – Next (Next, Vertigo, 1973)
  11. Slade – Coz I Luv You (Single A-side, Polydor, 1971)
  12. Cockney Rebel – Judy Teen (Single A-side, EMI, 1974)
  13. Mick Ronson – Slaughter on 10th Avenue (Slaughter on 10th Avenue, RCA, 1974)
  14. Ian Hunter – Once Bitten Twice Shy (Single A-side, CBS, 1975)
  15. Ronnie Lane – The Poacher (Single A-side, GM Records, 1974)
  16. The Hollies – The Air That I Breathe (Single A-side, Polydor, 1974)
  17. Mark Nevin – The Girl On The Motorbike (Stand Beside Me In The Sun, Raresongs, 2011)

Listen to Mark “playing” his life. Travel back to the time of the moon landing, Saturday morning Top Rank discos, 7-inch’s , and shag-pile carpets. Grab your large seventies headphones now!

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