Playlist: Collier Row actor and producer Tony Fadil shares his top 10 songs

PUBLISHED: 13:00 08 May 2017

Borstal's associate producer Tony Fadil, also stars as Paddy Gibbons. Picture: Gaz Devre.

Borstal's associate producer Tony Fadil, also stars as Paddy Gibbons. Picture: Gaz Devre.

Gaz Devre

Actor and movie producer Tony Fadil, from Collier Row, tells the Recorder his all-time favourite 10 tunes.

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Man in the Mirror - Michael Jackson
This portrays a time in my life where it transformed into a better and more positive chapter.

Waka Waka - Shakira 
Reminds me of a great holiday abroad.

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Imagine - John Lennon
This to me creates the image of a perfect world.

Hotel California - The Eagles 
The song brings good memories of a great night out singing karaoke with a great friend.

Human - Rag n’Bone Man 
A very down to earth song which reminds me that we all make mistakes and are only human.

Come on Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners 
Guaranteed to get everyone on the dance floor no matter what age you are.

You’ll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers
Reminds me of being a child. This song was guaranteed to be played at New Year’s Eve parties with my parents.

Somebody Else’s Guy - Jocelyn Brown 
Reminds me of my teenage years. I still play this every morning for motivation in the gym!

Hello - Adele 
Adele is a great artist and I just like all of her songs.

Another Brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd 
The video of this song sticks in my mind, takes me back to my school years – a high time in my life.

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