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Author Martine McDonagh’s Top Tracks from 1973-1974

Posted on 28 February 2013 by Joe

For our latest feature and competition we’ve linked up with author Martine McDonagh, who has just released her second novel After Phoenix.

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To mark the release Martine, whose debut novel I Have Waited And You Have Come really impressed us, has handed us a copy of After Phoenix to give away. For more details of how to win the book visit our competitions page here.

Martine, who has also worked for many years in artist management looking after the likes of James and Fujiya & Miyagi, has also supplied us with her favourite tracks from the 1973-74 era the book is set in. For more information about the book and Martine click here.

So sit back, tuck into an Angel Delight and enjoy Martine McDonagh’s top tracks from 1973-1974.

10. Barry White – Never Never Gonna Give You Up

 

9. Mott the Hoople – Roll Away the Stone

 

8. David Essex – Lamplight

 

7. David Bowie – Sorrow

 

6. Stevie Wonder – He’s Misstra Know-it-all

 

5. The Hollies – The Air that I Breathe

 

4. Queen – Seven Seas of Rhye

 

3. Suzi Quatro – Devil Gate Drive

 

2. Roxy Music – Street Life

 

1. David Bowie – Rock n Roll Suicide

 


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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Jonjo Says:

    What no James Martine????

  2. Jonjo Says:

    What no JAMES Martine???

  3. Martine Says:

    I know they’re knocking on a bit, but James aren’t THAT old.

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