The Laundromat on 19th July 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

Mayne I'm Wrong The Archies – This Is Love
Soul FoodLeon Russell's Asylum Choir – Look Inside The Asylum Choir

John Paul JonesToronto 5th December 2001

Leafy Meadows
The Smile Of Your Shadow
That's The Way
Steel Away
When The Levee Breaks
B Fingers
Freedom Song
Black Dog

Olympics - Jerry Seinfeld

Flashing LightsScreaming Lord SutchScreaming Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends
Weeping My EndureAnalogy – Analogy
FireArthur BrownBBC Sessions 1968

To The Manor Born – Holidays

Meadow Meal - FaustFaust
Forgive My WayAftershave – Strange Feeling
Bennie Helder – Focus – Mother Focus

Got To Find My Baby - Little Walter
Evil - Howlin' Wolf
Reconsider Baby - Lowell Fulson
Mama, Talk To Your Daughter - JB Lenoir

Wring That Neck - Deep PurpleBook Of Taliesyn
I Used To Live In This Place – The Ferrets – Fame At Any Price
American Crucifixion Resurrection – Four Seasons – Genuine Imitation Life Gazette

What I Want – Lobby Lloyd – Plays With George Guitar
Solar AnthemBilly Thorpe – Children Of The Sun
Ford CapriFloh de Cologne – Krautrock

Howdido / Ridin' In My CarBob Dylan – Ten Million A Week
Absolutely Free
Flower Punk
Nasal Retentive Calliope
Let's Make The Water Turn Black
The Idiot Bastard Son
Lonely Little Girl
Take Your Clothes Off When You DanceFrank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention – We're Only In It For The Money

19th July - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1946 – Alan Gorrie – bass and vocals for Average White Band
1947 – Brian May – guitarist for Queen and also had a solo career
1947 – Bernie Leadon – guitarist for The Eagles
1947 – Keith Godchaux – keyboards & vocals for Grateful Dead
1952 – Allen Collins – guitarist with Lynyrd Skynyrd

Happened on this Day

1954 – Sun Records released Elvis Presley's single "That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky " which made the local Memphis charts
1958 – The Drifters' manager, George Treadwell, sacked the entire band and hired the unknown Ben E. King and The Five Crowns as replacement
1967 – The Beatles made no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "All You Need Is Love"
1975The Bay City Rollers were no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Give A Little Love"
1980 – Queen scored their third no. 1 album in the UK with "The Game"
1986 – Genesis hit no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Invisible Touch". Former Genesis vocalist, Peter Gabriel, was at no. 2 with "Sledgehammer"
1987 – Bruce Springsteen played his first-ever concert behind the Iron Curtain in East Berlin. It was before an audience of over 180,000 and broadcast on East German TV.
1989 – After a large amount of money was found in James Brown's prison cell, he was moved from minimum security to mediu8m security.
1991 – Steven Adler, ex-drummer for Guns 'n' Roses, filed a suit in the LA county court alleging he was fraudulently removed from the group, and that the band introduced him to hard drugs.
1996 – The Spice Girls made their UK TV debut on "Top of the Pops"
1999 – BBC Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood was shot by a gunman who sprayed bullets at Westwood's car in Kensington London
2001 – Wu Tang Clan rapper ODB was sentenced to spend between 2 & 4 years behind bars for drug possession after cocaine and marijuana was found in his car