The Laundromat on 26th July 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

This Is Love The Archies – This Is Love
Icicle Star TreeLeon Russell's Asylum Choir – Look Inside The Asylum Choir

John Mayall's BluesbreakersNever Before Heard Live Performances 1967

All Your Love
Brand New Start
Double Trouble
Have You Ever Loved A Woman
Looking Back
So Many Roads
Hi-Heel Sneakers
I Can't Quit You Baby
The Stumble
Some Day After Awhile
San Ho Zay
Stormy Monday

Airplane Glue - Lenny Bruce

Indian Meditation Analogy – Analogy
I Put A Spell On YouArthur BrownBBC Sessions 1968
Party 9 - Faust – Faust

I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again

Oh Tell Your MamaAftershave – Strange Feeling
It's Not OverThe Ferrets – Fame At Any Price
PlaygroundDeep PurpleBook Of Taliesyn

Mellow Down Easy - Little Walter
My Eyes (Keep Me In Trouble) - Muddy Waters
My Babe - Little Walter
You Got To Love Me - Billy Boy Arnold

Mrs. Stately's Garden – Four Seasons – Genuine Imitation Life Gazette
Evolution – Lobby LloydPlays With George Guitar
The BeginningBilly Thorpe – Children Of The Sun

Howdido / Ridin' In My CarBob Dylan – Ten Million A Week
Moderately Rock 'n' Roll – Axis of Awesome – Scissors, Paper, ROCK!
Frame Of MindFrame – Krautrock
American DreamBachman Cummings – The Thunderbird Tracks

26th July - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1941 – Neil Landon – vocals for The Flowerpot Men, The Ivy League and Fat Mattress
1941 – Bobby Hebb - solo artist
1941 – Darlene Love – singer with The Crystals
1942 – Dobie Gray - solo artist
1943 – Mick Jagger – vocals for The Rolling Stones
1949 – Roger Taylor – drummer and vocals with Queen
1960 – Danny Stagg from Kingdom Come
1961 – Andy Connell from Swing Out Sister
1962 – Miranda joyce from Belle Stars
1980 – Dave 'Brown Sound' Baksh – guitarist and songwriter for Sum 41
1967 – Tim Barnwell a.k.a. DJ Headliner – member of Arrested Development

Happened on this Day

1961 – Frank Ifield was no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Ï Rememeber You"
1963 – Bob Dylan appeared at the Newport Folk Festival, along with Peter Paul & Mary, Tom Paxton, Phil Ochs, Joan Baez, Ramblin Jack Elliott and others
1965 – Cilla Black made her live debut in the US, a 3-week season at The Persian Room in New York's Plaza Hotel
1968 – The Jackson Five signed a 1 year contract with Motown Records
1968 – Decca, The Rolling Stones UK label, and London, the US label, removed the Beggar's Banquet album from its scheduled release date due to photos of a graffitied toilet, to be used on the album's cover
1974 – Graffiti artists were hired to to spray-paint sites in London to promote The Rolling Stones' "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" album
1975 – The Eagles started a 5-week run at no. 1 on the US album charts with "One Of These Nights"
1975 – Van McCoy & The Soul City had no. 1 on the US singles charts with "The Hustle"
1977 – Elvis Costello was arrested as he performed outside a CBS Records sales conference at the London Hilton Hotel. He was fined £5.50
1977 – Led Zeppelin cut short a US tour when Robert Plant's 6-year old son Karac died unexpectedly
1980 – Appearing at the Monsters of Rock Festival in England were Rainbow, Judas Priest, Scorpions, Saxon, April Wine and Riot. Tickets were £7.50
1986 – Peter Gabriel went to no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Sledgehammer" 1986 - The Top Gun movie soundtrack went to no. 1 on the US album charts
1990 – Brent Moyland from The Grateful Dead was found dead on the floor of his home from a drug overdose
1992 – Motown artist Mary Wells died of cancer
1997 – It was reported that 8 people attending the Glastobury Festival had been admitted to hospital after contracting the e-coli bug
1997 – Puff Daddy and Faith Evans were no. 1 on the UK singles charts
2000 – Oasis were booed off-stage at the Paleo Festival in Switzerland after Liam Gallagher insulted the 35,000-strong audience
2001 – Sir Paul McCartney announced his engagement to Heather Mills

2010 – Ben Keith – pedal-steel guitarist for Neil Young's bands passed away


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