The Laundromat on 23rd August 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

Subway – Quicksilver Messenger ServiceWhat About Me
Spilt Milk – Renee GeyerReady To Deal

John FaheyLive from Tasmania, 1981

Introduction and applause
On The Sunny Side of The Ocean / Tasmanian 2-step / Tiger
The Approaching Of The Disco Void
Waltzing Matilda
Dissertation on Obscurity (spoken)
Return Of Tasmanian Tiger / Funeral Song For Mississippi John Hurt / Steamboat Gwine Round De Bend
Indian Pacific Railroad Blues

The Womans Song - Mr Obvious

God Save The Queen (33 rpm)– Robert Fripp God Save The Queen
Baby, Now That I've Found You (medley) – Ross D. WylieUptight Party Time
Blackbird – The Beatles & Donovan1969 Postcard Sessions & Abbey Road outtakes

To The Manor Born – A Touch Of Class

Beggar's Farm – Jethro TullThis Was
in The Crowds – Iron ButterflyBall
Survival Blues – Foreday RidersForeday Riders Blues Band

Please Don't Go - Floyd Dixon
Keep It To Yourself - Sonny Boy Williamson
Walkin' By Myself - Jimmy Rogers
Got My Mojo Workin' - Mudday Waters

Brightest Smile In Town– Ray CharlesIngredients In A Recipe For Soul
Not Guilty – Bo DiddleyLover
Let Me In – Jefferson Airplane Jefferson Airplane Loves You (rare tracks from 1962 - 1967)

Confidence – Elvis PresleyElvis' Greatest Shit (vol 1)
Pieces of 79 & 15 – StrawbsStrawbs
Amazon ABC – Alix DobkinLiving With Lesbians
Anyone's Daughter – Anyone's Daughter – Krautrock

23rd August - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1936 – Rudy Lewis - singer with The Drifters
1942 – Roger Greenaway from David & Jonathan
1942 – Anthony Micale from The Reflections
1947 – Keith Moon - drummer for The Who
1949 – Rick Springfield (Richard Lewis Springthorpe) - singer / songwriter and member of Zoot
1951 – Jim Jamison – vocalist for Cobra and Survivor
1953 – Gobby G (Bobby Gubby) from Buck Fizz
1959 – Edwyn Collins – singer / songwriter with Orange Juice
1961 – Dean de Leo – guitarist for Stone Temple Pilots
1962 – Shaun Ryder – vocalist for Happy Mondays and Black Grape
1978 – Julian Casablancas – guitarist and vocalist for The Strokes
1979 – Richard Neville – vocalist with Five

Happened on this Day

1960 – Oscar Hammerstein II died on this day. Worked with Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael and Mimi Bessette
1962 – John Lennon married Cynthia Powell at Mount Pleasant Registry Office in Liverpool. Paul McCartney was best man. Later that night The Beatles played a gig at Liverpool's Riverpark Ballroom
1963 – Glen Gray (Glen Gray Knoblauch) died on this day. Sax player for Spike Jones' jazz band, amongst others
1965 – Security guards at Manchester TV's studios hosed down 200 Rolling Stones fans who broke down barriers waiting for the band to arrive for a performance
1966 – The Beatles arrived in NY for their concert at Shea Stadium
1966 – The Beatles' movie "Help" made its US premiere, and Orpheus released "Can't Find The Time"
1968 - Aretha Franklin earns gold for LP "Lady Soul" and The Rascals get a gold 45 for "People Got To Be Free"
1968 – Ringo Starr temporarily quit The Beatles
1968 – The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Big Brother & The Holding Company, and Soft Machine played at the New York Rock Festival in Flushing Meadows, Queens
1968 – Yippies organised a "Be-In" in Lincoln Park, Chicago during a Democrat Party Convention. Allan Ginsberg and Ed Sanders of The Pugs led a dance through the streets of Old Town
1969 – Blind Faith's self-titled LP enters the charts
1969 – Johnny Cash started a 4-week run at no. 1 on the US album charts for "Johnny Cash at San Quentin". On the same day, The Rolling Stones started a 4-week run at no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Honky Tonk Women"
1970 – Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground played together for the last time at a NY club "Max's Kansas City"
1971 – Diana Ross hit no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "I'm Still Waiting"
1972 – The Looking Glass' single "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" hits no. 1
1974 – John Lennon reported seeing a UFO from his apartment's rooftop in New York City at 9pm
1974 – Drummer Max Weiber joined Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
1974 – Gold for Bachman-Turner Overdrive's "Not Fragile" LP
1975 – Watchfield Free Festival began with over 150 groups on the bill. The festival was the successor to the Windsor Free Festival, broken up a year previously by police violence
1975 – Fleetwood Mac's self-titled LP entered the charts. It was the band's first album with Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks
1975 – The Four Seasons released "Who Loves You" and Jefferson Starship released "Miracles"
1975 – Free guitarist, Paul Kossoff, suffered a heart attack and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced clinically dead, but was revived after 35 minutes
1977 – Sebastian Cabot (Charles Sebastian Thomas Cabot) – actor. Recorded an album of Bob Dylan tunes
1980 – No. 1 in the UK for David Bowie's "Ashes To Ashes" LP
1980 – AC/DC's LP "Back in Black" entered the charts
1980 – Toronto's Heatwave Festival featured Talking Heads, Elvis Costello, The B52s, the Pretenders, Rockpile and The Rumour. Tickets were $30. 50,000 people attended and the festival lost over $1 million
1986 – Boris Gardiner started a 3-week run at no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "I Wanna Wake Up With You"
1986 – Sigue Sigue Sputnik came up with an idea for selling advertising space in between tracks on their forthcoming album
1986 – Billy Joel's LP "The Bridge" entered the charts
1987 – An escaped drug addict who had shot a policeman was apprehended and killed at a Grateful Dead concert celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Summer of Love
1990 -- Billy Idol began a tour of Montreal, despite almost losing a leg 6-months before
1990 – David Rose - wrote "The Stripper" and soundtracks for "Little House on the Prairie" and "Bonanza" died of heart disease
1991 -The re-formed Dire Straits kicked off a 2-year, 300-date world tour in Dublin
1993 – Duran Duran get their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
1995 – Dwayne Goettel of Skinny Puppy, Psyche and Voice died of a heroin overdose
1996 – Liam and Noel Gallagher's father, Tommy, was gaoled for a month by a Manchester court for driving while disqualified
1997 – Eleanor O. Guest – member of Gladys Knight & The Pips, died of heart failure
1998 – Flemming Rasmussen, guitarist for The Teenmakers, died on this day
1999 – Norman Wexler, who wrote the script for "Saturday Night Fever" died of a heart attack
2003 – Lee Ryan of boy-band Blue was disqualified from driving for 18 months for DUI. He was ordered to pay a fine of £2,250
2002 – Phil Thomas (Phillip Palmer Thomas) – drummer for Buddy Guy, Memphis Slim, Little Brother Montgomery, Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry (amongst others), died on this day
2006 – Maynard "The Boss" Ferguson – trumpeter and band leader. A member of The Birdland Dream Band, and worked with Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Barnett, Jimmy Dorsey, and Stan Kenton. Died of kidney and Liver failure
2007 – Miss Pearl O. Dis (Shalonda P. Simpson) - bassist for The Cheetah Whores, died from being shot during a robbery
2008 – Jimmy Cleveland – Jazz trombonist, worked with Miles Davis, Gene Krupa, Sarah vaughan, Cannonball Adderley, Art Farmer, Quincy Jones, Sonny Rollinas, Dizzy Gillespie, Dinah Washington, Oscar Peterson, Wes Montgomery, and James Brown
2012 – Eric Cook – guitarist for Lethal, died of cancer

2013 – Joey LaCaze - drummer for Eyehategod died on this day