The Laundromat on 13th September 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

Roger – Sparks Sparks
Los Angeloser – MeatloafHang Cool Teddy Bear

Joe Walsh & Barnstorm – Smokes From The Beginning – Arlington, Texas 24/9/73
The Bomber / Turn To Stone / Midnight Moodies
Tend My Garden
Rocky Mountain Way
The Bomber (outro)
Turn To Stone (outro)

A Salute To Abba - Norman Gunston – Nylon Degrees

Potter's FieldTom Waits – Foreign Affair
Blizzard Of Lies – Graham Nash – Songs For Survivors
Out Of Control – Crossfires (pre- Turtles) – Out Of Control

The Rutles – The Rutland Weekend Times

Lavender Hill – The KinksThe Great Lost Kinks Album (1963 - 70)
Change Of Address – Blind FaithMorgan Studios Rehearsal 1969
Upset The People – Pigeons (pre-Vanilla Fudge) – While The World Was Eating Vanilla Fudge

The First Time I Met The Blues - Buddy Guy
Too Poor - Detroit Jr.
Blue Shadow - Lowell Fulson
The Shakedown - Lloyd Glenn

Love You More – Buzzcocks – Singles Going Steady
Radios In Motion – XTC – 3D CD
Spotted Pinto Beans – The ResidentsMeet The Residents

Banshee – AlephSurface Tension
Nice, Nice, Very Nice – Ambrosia - Ambrosia
Godevin – AngeAu Dela du Delire

Ppg – Toto BlankeKrautrock
Mary B – Alix DobkinLiving With Lesbians

13th September - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1939 – Dave Quincy – sax player for Manfred Mann's Earth Band
1940 – Tim Hardin – singer / songwriter
1941 – David Clayton Thomas – co-founder and lead vocalist for Blood, Sweat & Tears
1944 – Peter Cetera – co-founder and bassist for Chicago (Transit Authority)
1952 – Don Was (aka Don Fagenson) – producer, songwriter and bassist for Was (Not Was)
1952 – Randy Jones – singer with The Village People
1977 – Fiona Apple – singer / songwriter

Happened on this Day

1955 – Little Richard recorded "Tutti Fruiti"
1958 – Cliff Richard made his UK TV debut with "Move It"
1960 – The practice of "payola" , or the payment of cash or gifts in exchange for radio airply, was banned by the The Federal Communications Act
1963 – Graham Nash fell from The Hollies' van whilst travellingfrom Scotland. The van was doing 40 mph but Nash had only minor injuries
1964 – New York DJ, Murray the K, concluded the 10-day rock 'n' roll extravaganza at Brooklyn's Fox theatre, in competition with The Animals on their 10-day run at Brooklyn's Paramount theatre. Acts at The Fox included Marvin Gaye, The Miracles, Martha & The Vandellas, The Contours, The Supremems, The Searchers, The Temptations, Jay & The Americans, The Dovells, The Newbeats, Little Anthony & The Imperials, The Shangri-Las and The Ronettes. The Fox show outdrew the Paramount show
1965 – Zac Starkey was born to Ringo and Maureen Starr
1965 – The Paul McCartney-written song "Yesterday" was released in the US as a Beatles' single. On the same day, The Beatles won a Grammy for Best Group and for their "Hard Day's Night" LP
1969 – The Plastic Ono Band made its debut at the Toronto Peace Festival. It was John Lennon's first stage performance in four years, and the band included Eric Clapton, Klaus Voorman and Alan White. They had never played together prior to the concert. Also on the bill were The Doors, Chuck Berry and Little Richard
1969 – Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" was released
1969 – Santana's debut album entered the US charts, where it remained for over 2 years`
1971 – James Taylor was awarded gold for his single, a Carole King composition, "You've got a Friend"
1974 – Stevie Wonder began his first major concert tour since his near-fatal auto accident
1975 – The Eagles' released "Lyin' Eyes"
1975 – Bruce Springsteen's LP "Born to Run" entered the charts
1975 – Atlanta Vice squad busted Dr Hook after finding one ounce of pot in one of their hotel rooms
1976 – Peter Frampton's LP "Frampton" went gold
1979 – Abba played their first-ever North American concert in Edmondton, Canada
1980 – Jackson Browne's LP "Hold Out" topped the US charts
1982 – RCA Records announced David Bowie had left for the South Seas to begin filming "Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence"
1983 – Huey Lewis & The News released their "Sports" LP
1985 – Sting began a solo tour in San Diego in support of the LP "Dream of The Blue Turtles"
1986 – Berlin took no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Take My Breath Away"
1989 – Bruce Springsteen recorded "Viva Las Vegas" for the Elvis Presley tribute album "The Last Temptation of Elvis"
1989 – Sting made a stage debut in a threepenny opera in Washington to poor reviews
1991 - Alice Cooper sold copies of his new record "Hey Stoopid" for 99c in New york's Times Square
1996 – Both Noel and Liam Gallagher arrived in UK on separate flights from US, prompting speculation that Oasis was about to split. A statement from management said the band would not perform live but would continue to record
1996 – Rap artist Tupac Amaru Shakur died in a Las vegas hospital, 6 days after being gunned down while driving through Las Vegas. There were 13 bullet holes found in his BMW
1997 – Mariah Carey started a 3-week run at no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Honey"
1997 – The Verve scored no. 1 on the UK charts with "The Drugs Don't Work"
2003 – Wal-Mart refused to stock The Darness' "Permission To Land" because the sleeve featured a woman's bottom

2003 – Michael Jackson held a charity party at his Neverland Ranch. Tickets cost $5000