The Laundromat on 9th August 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)
Dave and the Wombat's Song – The Ferrets – Fame At Any Price
Look Up, Look Over – Four Seasons – Genuine Imitation Life Gazette
John Fogerty – Beacon Theatre New York City 2011
Wrote A Song For Everyone
Bad Moon Rising
The Night Time Is The Right Time
Born On The Bayou
Down On The Corner
Saxophone Instrumental (jam)
Good Golly Miss Molly
Finland - Monty Python's Flying Circus
Herreni – Lobby Lloyd – Plays With George Guitar
In Your Eyes – Bachman Cummings – The Thunderbird Tracks
Want It Now / San Francisco Bay Blues – Bob Dylan – Ten Million A Week
The Goons – The Red Fort
Lazy Eye – Axis of Awesome – Scissors, Paper, ROCK!
Farther On Up The Road – The Paramounts (pre-Procol Harum) – 1963 – 1971 Rare Tracks
Tadpole – Incredible Hog – Vol. 1
Right To Love You - Paul Gayten & Myrtle Jones
Ain't Nobody's Business - Jimmy Witherspoon
I'm Leavin' You - Otis Spann
Break Of Day - Howlin' Wolf
Long-Haired Lady – Quicksilver Messenger Service – What About Me
How Have You Been – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Studio Archives
If Loving You Is Wrong – Renee Geyer – Ready To Deal
Red Two Scorer (45 rpm)– Robert Fripp – God Save The Queen
It Takes Two (medley) – Ross D. Wylie – Uptight Party Time
Someday The Sun Won't Shine For You – Jethro Tull – This Was
How Do You Do – The Beatles & Donovan – 1969 Postcard Sessions & Abbey Road outtakes
Anyone's Daughter – Anyone's Daughter - Krautrock
9th August - On This Day In Music
Born On This Day
1939 – Billy Henderson – vocalist for The Spinners
1946 – Peter Gavin of Blueology and Vinegar Joe
1946 – Marinus Gerritsen of Golden Earring
1946 – John Parry – drummer for Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
1954 – Bruce Thomas – bassist for Elvis Costello & The Attractions
1955 – Benjamin Orr – bassist & vocalist for The Cars
1963 – Whitney Houston - singer
Happened on this Day
1953 – Mantovani & His Orchestra were no. 1 on the UK singles with "Song From The Moulin Rouge"
1958 – Cliff Richard started a 4-week residency at Butlins Holday Camp in Essex, as Cliff Richard & The Drifters
1963 – the first edition of "Ready, Steady, Go" went to air on UK TV, featuring The Searchers, Jet Harris, Pat Boone, Billy Fury and Briane Poole & The Tremeloes.
1964 – Bob Dylan and Joan Baez perform together at Forest Hills, New York
1966 – Gold record for The Rolling Stones' LP "Aftermath"
1967 – Scott McKenzie was at no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)"
1969 – Jethro Tull scored a UK no. 1 LP for "Stand Up"
1969 – Sharon Tate and four others were murdered by Charles Manson's "Family". Manson was inspired by The Beatles' track, "Helter Skelter"
1969 – Sly & The Family Stone releases "Hot Fun In The Summertime". Three Dog Night releases "Easy To Be Hard"
1971 – Lemmy Kilmeister joined Hawkwind
1972 – Gold record for Looking Glass' single "Brandy"
1973 - Lillian Roxon -Australian writer and critic who wrote "Lillian Roxon's Rock Encyclopedia" the first Encyclopedia of rock, died of an asthma attack
1974 – Members of Chase - Wally Yohn, organist, Walter Clark, drummer, Bill Chase (William Edward Chiaiese), frontman and John Emma, guitarist, died in a plane crash
1975 – Don Kirshner's inaugural Rock Music Awards was held as an alternative to The Grammys. Elton John was the first big winner
1975 – The Bee Gees started a 2-week run at no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Jive Talkin"
1975 – Topically Talkin' was at no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Barbados"
1980 - George Landry (aka Big Chief Jolly) - member of The Wild Tchoupitoulas died on this day
1980 – AC/DC hit no.1 on UK albums charts with "Back in Black"
1986 – Queen gave what would be their last ever live performance when they played at Knebworth Festival
1990 - Brandon Mitchell – member of Wreckx-N-Effect, shot during an argument over a woman
1994 – During an Oasis gig at Riverside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Noel Gallagher was hit in the face by a man who had jumped onstage. Noel refused to continue, and about 300 people attacked the band's bus as it was leaving
1994 – Clarence Ford - Sax player for Little Richard, Fats Domino, Pee Wee Crayton, Professor Longhair, amongst others
1995 – Jerry Garcia (Jerome John Garcia) - guitar, banjo and piano for Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions, The Warlocks and Grateful Dead, died of a heart-attack
1999 - Bob Herbert - Manager and inventor of The Spice Girls and, Five and Bros in the 80s was killed in a car accident
2000 - Richard McConnachie (Richard James McConnachie) - Singer, songwriter and guitarist for Donut. Died from Cardiomyopathy
2001 - "Daddy" Ray Arvizu - Saxophonist with Charlie Musselwhite and Elvin Bishop – Died from respiratory infection, probally resulting form a freak accident five years earlier when a piece of nightclub ceiling fell on him, broke his back and led to pulmonary hypertension
2002 - Peter Matz – Composer, director, arranger and pianist for Barbra Streisand, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Sarah Vaughan, Carol Burnett, Bernadette Peters, Dionne Warwick, Maureen McGovern, Liza Minnelli, Melissa Manchester, Tony Bennett, Burt Bacharach and Peggy Lee. Died of lung cancer
2002 - Anthony DiPasquale - road manager for The Four Seasons.
2002 – Paul Samson – guitarist & vocals for Samson. Died of cancer
2002 - Myrtle A. Forcey-Southall (aka Myrtle Wilson and Joyce Jackson) Worked with Duke Ellington, Paul Williams, Leo Parker, Ella Fitzgerald and The Ink Spots, She died of a stroke
2002 - Jerre Peterson - Singer and guitarist with an early line-up of Blue Cheer died on this day
2003 - Bill Perkins - jazz saxophone, flute and clarinet with Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Bill Holman and The Tonight Show Band. Died of cancer
2003 – Nicky Byrne of Westlife married the daughter of Irish PM, Bertie Ahearn
2003 - Dan Birney (Daniel Wayne Birney) - Bassist for Head East. Died of cardiovascular disease
2004 - Tony Mottola – guitarist with Frank Sinatra and Skitch Henderson's orchestra on TV's, The Tonight Show. Died from complications from double pneumonia and stroke
2004 - Emil Haddad - Jazz trumpeter died on this day
2004 - Earl White (Earl Clinton White) Blues guitarist Died of lung cancer
2004 - Joel Bedore (Joel Douglas Bedore) - Singer and keyboardist for Ren The Director. Died in a car accident
2005 – Detroit Junior – pianist and songwriter with Howlin' Wolf, Died of heart failure
2007 - Bev Smith – Rock, blues, reggae drummer with The Honeydrippers, Eric Clapton, Shark Attack, Jimmy Page, Stan Webb's Chicken Shack and Champion Jack Dupree. Died on this day
2009 – Davis Van de Pitte – record producer, arranger and founder of Motown Records, died of cancer
2009 - Johnny Porrazzo (John Porrazzo) – Jazz musician with Django Reinhardt, Vaughn Monroe, Dave Remington, Joe Venuti, Louie Armstrong died on this day
2011 - Jeanne Carroll (Albertha Jeanne Carroll) - Jazz singer with Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Little Brother Montgomery, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon. Died of a heart attack
2012 – Carl Davis – record producer, died of pulmonary fibrosis
2016 – Padraig Duggan of Clannad and The Duggans, died on this day