The Laundromat on 30th August 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

The UnicornThe Beatles & Donovan – 1969 Postcard Sessions & Abbey Road outtakes
Must Be LoveIron Butterfly – Ball

John Cale – Sabotage Live - CBGB's New York 1979

Mercenaries (Ready For War)
Baby You Know
Dr. Mudd
Walkin'The Dog
Captain Hook
Only Time Will Tell

Swedish Chef's Song - The Muppets

Can't Trust NobodyForeday Riders – Foreday Riders Blues Band
Worried Life Blues Ray Charles – Ingredients In A Recipe For Soul
'Til Death Do Us Part – The KinksThe Great Lost Kinks Album (1963 - 1970)

I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again

Key To The Highway – Blind FaithMorgan Studios Rehearsal 1969
Wonder Girl – SparksSparks
Peace On Earth – MeatloafHang Cool Teddy Bear

Fattening Frogs For Snakes - Sonny Boy Williamson
Slow Leake - Lafayette Leake
Sittin' On Top Of The World - Howlin' Wolf
She Don't Know - JB Lenoir

Honk Kong Mississippi – Bo DiddleyLover
Chauffeur BluesJefferson Airplane – Jefferson Airplane Loves You (rare tracks from 1962 - 1967)
Yoga Is As Yoga Does – Elvis PresleyElvis' Greatest Shit (vol 1)

Tell Me What You See In Me – StrawbsStrawbs
Jack & Neal, California Here I Come – Tom WaitsForeign Affair
Dirty Little Secret – Graham Nash – Songs For Survivors

Ppg – Toto BankeKrautrock
Mary B – Alix DobkinLiving With Lesbians

30th August - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1935 – John Phillips – singer / songwriter and guitarist / vocalist for The Mamas and The Papas
1939 – John Robert Parker Ravenscroft (aka John Peel) – BBC radio DJ and TV presenter
1941 – John McNally – guitarist for The Searchers
1950 – Micky Moody – guitarist with Juicy Lucy and Whitesnake
1944 - Chuck Colbert – bassist for The American Breed
1954 – Ronald Beitle – drummer for Wild Cherry
1958 – Martin Jackson of Swing Out Sister

Happened on this Day

1956 – Tony Crombie & The Rockets opened for the first rock 'n' roll tour by a British group
1959 – Bobby Darin's "Mack the Knife" debut on pop charts
1968 – The Beatles' "Hey Jude" (Apple label's first recording) was released. Had the privilege of being the longest single ever to top the British charts (7 mins) with the longest ever fade-out at 4 mins.
1969 – The second Isle of Wight Festival played. Performers included Bob Dylan, The Band, Bloodwyn Pig, Blonde on Blonde, Bonzo Dog Doodah Band, Edgar Broughton Band, Joe Cocker, Aynsley Dunbar, Family, Fat Mattress, Julie Felix, Free, Gypsy, Richie Havens, The Moody Blues, The Nice, Tom Paxton, Pentangle, The Pretty Things, Third Ear Band, and The Who. Tickets cost 25 shillings. Celebrities who attended included Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, John and Yoko, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Jane Fonda, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
1970 – This year's Isle of Wight Festival saw the last performance of Jimi Hendrix in Britain
1969 – Zager and Evans had no. 1 with their single "In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus)"
1969 – Three-day Texas Pop Festival took place fearuring Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Sam & Dave, Santana, Johnny Winter, Grand Funk Railroad, Delaney & Bonnie, Nazz, Spirit, BB King, Canned Heat and Chicago. Over 120,000 attended the festival
1972 – John Lennon and Yoko Ono and their backing band Elephant's Memory staged "One-To-One" at the Madison Square Gardens to benefit disabled children at Willowbrook Hospital in NY. On stage were Stevie Wonder, Sha-Na-Na and Roberta Flack. The concert raised $250,000
1973 – Denny Selwell quits Wings, 5 days after Henry McCullough quit the band 1973 - The Doors (post-Jim Morrison) break up
1975 – KC & The Sunshine Band had no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Get Down Tonight" while Rod Stewart stared a 5-week run at no. 1 on the UK album charts with "Atlantic Crossing"
1980 – Cher appeared as vocalist for the group Black Rose including her then lover, guitarist Les Dudek
1980 - Roger Daltrey's "McVicar" soundtrack album entered the charts
1981 – The Rolling Stones released their "Tattoo You" LP
1985 – Joseph "Philly Jo" Jones – jazz drummer for Miles David Quartet, Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro, Charlie Parker, Lionel Hampton and John Coltrane, died of a heart attack
1986 – Steve Winwood's "Higher Love" hit no. 1 on the singles charts
1988 – Bruce Springsteen's wife, Julianna, filed for divorce after newspapers published photos of Bruce and his backing singer Patti Sciatta together
1988 – Thomas Sylvester "Papa Dee" Allen of War died of a heart attack
1988 - James Black – Drummer, worked with Yusef Latif, Finger Eleven and Gangajang died on this day
1989 – Billy Joel fired his manager and brother-in-law Frank Weber, after an audit revealed discrepancies. Joel sued him for $90 million
1989 – Izzy Stradlin from Guns 'n' Roses was arrested for making a public disturbance on a US air flight after urinating on the floor, abusing a stewardess and smoking in the non-smoking section of the aircraft
1993 – Billy Joel was David Letterman's first musical guest
1995 – James Taylor and ex-wife Carly Simon re-unite for their first concert in 16 years at Martha's Vineyard
1995 – Holmes Sterling Morrison Jr. - Guitarist, bassist, backing vocals and founding member of The Velvet Undreground, worked with Nico, Luna and Modern Lovers, died of cancer of the lymph glands
1997 – Members of the Wu-Tang Clan were arrested after an alleged assault on a record promotions manger following a show in Chicago
1997 – The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Puff Daddy and Mase went to no. 1 on the US singles charts with "No Money No Problems"
1998 – Denniz Pop (B. Dag Volle) – producer, worked with Ace of Base, Backstreet Boys and Michael Jackson among others, died of cancer
1999 – R.E.M. and Wilco performed at Chastain Park Ampitheatre Atlanta
2003 – Sam Phillips, founder of the Sun Records Studios, died on this day