The Laundromat on 12th July 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (NSW EST)

Come Softly To Me The RochesAnother World
Who Could Want MoreLee MichaelsEverybody's Stoned & So Am I

Johnny RiversLive at The Whiskey A-Go-Go

It Wouldn't Happen With Me
Oh Lonesome Me
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Whiskey A-Go-Go
Walkin' The Dog
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
You Can Have Her (I Don't Want Her)
La Bamba Twist & Shout

Googie Morgan On Baseball - Henry Morgan

Çause I Love YouScreaming Lord SutchScreaming Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends
Who's Your BabyThe Archies – This Is Love
Fire PoemArthur BrownBBC Sessions 1968

The Goons – The Reason Why

On Broadway – Neil Young – Collector's Heartland
Jeremy's Contribution To Doo Wop – Fleetwood Mac – Vaudeville Years (1968 - 1970)
Rock & Roll Doctor – Black Sabbath – Technical Ecstasy

Untitled Instrumental - Henry Gray & Morris Pejoe
Blues With A Feeling - Little Walter
Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters
Forty Four - Howlin' Wolf

All My Love - Led Zeppelin – In Through The Out Door
What Should Be Done – Uriah Heep – Look At Yourself
I Need A Bathroom – Focus – Mother Focus

Why Don't You Eat Carrots? - Faust – Faust
Need A Helping HandAftershave – Strange Feeling
What Are You DoingMcChurch Soundroom – Krautrock

Dark ReflectionsAnalogy – Analogy
Welcome To HollywoodLeon Russell's Asylum Choir – Look Inside The Asylum Choir

12th July - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1943 – Christine McVie – keyboards and vocals for Chicken Shack then Fleetwood                   Mac
1949 – John Wetton – bass and vocals for King Crimson, UK, Uriah Heep, Roxy                       Music and Asia
1950 – Eric Carr – drummer with Kiss
1952 – Liz Mitchell – singer with Boney M
1962 – Dan Murphy – guitarist with Soul Asylum
1977 – Dominic Howard – drummer with Muse

Happened on this Day

1954 – 19-year-old Elvis Presley signed a contract with Sun Records and gave notice at                his day job at The Crown Electric Company
1962 – Ray Charles hit No. 1 on the UK singles charts with "I Can't Stop Loving You"
1962 – The Rolling Stones made their live debut at The Marquee Club in London. Dick             Taylor on bass, Mick Avery on drums. They were billed as Mick Jagger & The               Rolling Stones and were paid 20 pounds for the gig
1968Monkee Mickey Dolenz married Samantha Juste whom he met working on BBC             TV show Top of the Pops
1969 – Zager & Evans started a 6-week run at no. 1 in the US with "In The Year 2525                   (Exordium and Terminus)". It was also no. 1 in the UK
1979 – Singer Minnie Ripperton died of cancer
1980 – U2 played at The Moonlight in London. Tickets cost one pound fifty
1980 – Olivia Newton-John and Electric Light Orchestra had a UK no. 1 with "                         "Xanadu" from the movie of the same name
1983 – Chris Wood (ex-Traffic member) died of liver failure
1986 – Boy George and his friend Marilyn, along with several others, were arrested for              possession of drugs
1986 – Simply Red scored a US no. 1 with "Holding Back The Years". It was no. 2 in UK
1988 – Michael Jackson arrived in UK for his first ever solo appearance. He performed               for 8 nights to a total of 794,000 people and and grossed just under 13 million                     pounds
1996 – Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlain was charged with drug                     possession after the death of the band's keyboard player in a New York hotel room
1999 – Limp Bizkit hit US no. 1 with "Significant Other"