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

Oh Tell Your MamaAftershave – Strange Feeling
It's Not OverThe Ferrets – Fame At Any Price
Mrs. Stately's GardenFour Seasons – Genuine Imitation Life Gazette

John LennonThe Record Plant 13th July 1974

Steel & Glass
Going Down On Love
Move Over Mrs. L
Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradise)
Beef Jerky
Old Dirt Road
Bless You
Whatever Gets You Through The Night
Nobody Loves You (When You're Down & Out)

The Female Premier - Martin & Molloy

Evolution – Lobby LloydPlays With George Guitar
The BeginningBilly Thorpe – Children Of The Sun
American DreamBachman Cummings – The Thunderbird Tracks

I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again

Don't You Push Me Down / Come SeeBob Dylan – Ten Million A Week
How To (1) – Axis of AwesomeScissors, Paper, ROCK!
Frame Of MindFrame – Krautrock

Walkin The Blues - Willie Dixon
Don't Start Me To Talkin' - Sonny Boy Williamson
Smokestack Lightnin' - Howlin' Wolf
29 Ways - Willie Dixon

Poison Ivy – The Paramounts (pre-Procol Harum) – 1963 – 1971 Rare Tracks
Won't Kill Me – Quicksilver Messenger ServiceWhat About Me
Everybody's Talkin'Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Studio Archives

Sweet LoveRenee Geyer – Ready To Deal
Red Two Scorer (33 1/3 rpm)– Robert FrippGod Save The Queen
(You've Got) PersonalityRoss D. Wylie – Uptight Party Time

My Sunday FeelingJethro Tull – This Was
Tadpole – Incredible Hog – Vol. 1

2nd August - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day
1937 – Garth Hudson – organ player for The Band
1939 – Edward Patten – vocals with Gladys Knight & The Pips
1940 – Dave Govan – from The Jayhawks and The Vibrations
1941 – Doris Kenner (Doris Colley) - vocals with The Shirelles
1944 – Jim Capaldi – vocals and drummer with Traffic
1948 – Andy Fairweather-Low – From Amen Corner and Fairweather
1949 – Fat Larry – front-man for Fat Larry's Band
1951 – Andrew Gold – singer / songwriter, session musician for Linda Ronstadt, and member of Wax
1961 – Pete de FrietasEcho & The Bunnymen

Happened on this Day
1953 – Betty Jack Davis of The Davis Sisters died on this day
1957 – The official Elvis Presley Fan Club was launched in the UK
1960 – Johnny Kidd & The Pirates hit no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Shakin' All Over"
1963 – "Sweets For my Sweet", a cover of The Drifters' hit, went to no. 1 in the UK for The Searchers
1964 – Ray Charles performed at Hamburg's Star Club, where The Beatles had performed
1969 – Max Romeo's "Wet Dream" entered the UK charts and reached no. 10, despite being banned by the BBC
1971 – Creedence Clearwater Revival kicked off a 10-date US tour at Tulsa
1971 – a gold record for Rod Stewart's LP, "Every Picture Tells a Story"
1972 – Brian Cole, an original member of The Association, died of an apparent heroin overdose
1972 – gold record for Dr Hook & The Medicine Show for their "Sylvia's Mother" single
1973 – The Mamas & The Papas filed a lawsuit against their record label Dunhill for $9 million in unpaid royalties, claiming they'd been ripped-off by as much as $60 million
1975 – The Eagles went to no. 1 on the US singles charts with "One of These Nights"
1975 – Leon Russell released "Lady Blue"
1977 – The Who purchased Shepparton Film Studios for £350,000
1983 – James Jamerson, Motown Records session player and one of The Funk Brothers, died of a heart attack
1986 – Peter Cetera started a 2-week run at no. 1 on the US charts with "Theme From Karate Kid II: Glory of Love"
1986 – Chris de Burgh hit no. 1 in the UK singles charts with "Lady in Red"
1986 – Bruce Hornsby & The Range's single "The Way It Is", enters the UK charts
1087 – Davis Martin, bass player for Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs, died of a heart attack
1991 – Rick James and his girlfriend Tanya Hijazi were arrested in Hollywood charged with assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated mayhem, torture, false imprisonment and forcible oral copulation. James was released on $1 million bail
1998 – Mojo Magazine published the reults of a nation-wide survey asking, "Who's your favourite recording artist of all-time?" 5thElton John, 4thQueen, 3rdFrank Sinatra, 2ndElvis Presley and 1stThe Beatles
2000 – Jerome Smith from KC & The Sunshine Band died after he was crushed by a bulldozer he was operating
2001 – New Orleans International Airport was renamed Louis Armstrong Airport after the musician

2004 – Eric Clapton bought a 50% share in ther men's outfitters Cordings. He had been a fan and a regular customer since he was 16