The Laundromat on 6th September 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW EST)

Free AdviceJefferson Airplane – Jefferson Airplane Loves You (rare tracks from 1962 - 1967)
The Song Of The ShrimpElvis Presley – Elvis' Greatest Shit (vol 1)

John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown BandWorcester Mass. 1983

Season In Hell
California Sun
Wild Summer Nights
Some Like It Hot
On The Dark Side
Under The Boardwalk
Strangers In Paradise
More Than One Of The Boys
Tough All Over
One Broken Heart For Sale
Where The Action Is
Heat Of The Night
runaround Sue
Hey Ginny (partial)
Rockin' My Life Away

Chocka - The Naked Vicar Show

Fa La Fa Lee SparksSparks
Living On The OutsideMeatloaf – Hang Cool Teddy Bear
You're Lookin'GoodBo Diddley – Lover

The Goons – The Rent Collector

There Is No Life Without Love – The KinksThe Great Lost Kinks Album (1963 - 70)
Instrumental #1 – Blind FaithMorgan Studios Rehearsal 1969
Oh, How She ChangedStrawbs – Strawbs

Your Funeral, My Trial / The Goat - Sonny Boy Williamson
Key To The Highway - Little Walter
Double Trouble - Mudday Waters
Come On Home - Eddie Boyd
So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush

A Sight For Sore Eyes – Tom Waits – Foreign Affair
Dirty Little Secret – Graham Nash – Songs For Survivors
Out Of Control – Crossfires (pre- Turtles) – Out Of Control

Upset The People – Pigeons (pre-Vanilla Fudge)While The World Was Eating Vanilla Fudge
Ppg – Toto BankeKrautrock
Mary B – Alix DobkinLiving With Lesbians

6th September - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1925 – Jimmy Reed – blues singer
1942 – Dave Bargeron from Blood, Sweat & Tears
1944 – Roger Waters – singer, sonwriter, bassist and composer for Pink Floyd
1947 – Sylvester James – androgynous disco, R&B and soul singer
1949 – James Litherland from Bandit and Colosseum
1954 – Stella Baker from Belle Stars
1954 – Louis Molino from Cock Robin
1954 – Banner Thomas – bassist for Molly Hatchett
1958 – Buster Bloodvessel (Douglas Trendle) from Bad Manners
1961 – Paul Waaktaar-Savoy (Pal Waaktaar Gamst) – songwriter / guitarist for A-Ha
1969 – Marc Anthony – singer / songwriter
1969 – Paddy Boom (aka Patrick Seacor) – drummer for Scissor Sisters
1971 – Dolores O'Reardon – singer with The Cranberries
1980 – Kerry Katona – singer for Atomic Kitten

Happened on this Day

1957 – the first flexi-disc, produced for promotion of a Nestle chocolate bar
1961 – Bob Dylan's debut at the Gaslight Cafe in New York's Greenwich Village
1963 – Cilla Black (Priscilla White), signed a management contract with The Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein
1963 – Jerry Lee Lewis' contract with Sun Records expired
1967 – Englebert Humperdink had no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "The Last Waltz"
1967 – The UK Government took out advertisements in British papers explaining its enactment of legislation outlawing pirate radio, the prime reason being the interference of ship-to-shore radio frequencies caused by the illegal stations broadcasting from Britain's coast
1968 – Eric Clapton recorded his guitar solo for George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
1969 – James Brown announced his retirement from live performances affective July 4th 1970
1969 – Josh White – blues artist, died during a heart-valve replacement operation
1969 – Thunderclap Newman released "Something in the Air"
1970 – Jimi Hendrix' last concert performance at Isle of Fehmarn Festival in Germany
1972 – John & Yoko appeared on Jerry Lewis' Muscular Dystrophy Telethon
1974 – The 101 All-Stars (formed by Joe Strummer) made their debut at The Telegraph, Brixton Hill in London
1974 – George Harrison inaugurated his new Dark Horse label with the release of "The Place I Love" by a group named Splinter. Harrison was producer
1975 – Glenn Campbell started a 2-week run at no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Rhinestone Cowboy"
1976 – Fleetwood Mac hit no. 1 on the US album charts with "Fleetwood Mac"
1978 – Thomas Blanchard "Tom"Wilson - Record producer best known for his work with Bob Dylan, Mothers of Invention, Simon and Garfunkle, Velvet Underground, Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra, Eddie Harris, Nico, Eric Burdon & the Animals, Blues Project, the Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, and others. Died of a heart attack
1980 – Multiple records entered the charts – Paul Simon's "One Trick Pony", The Cars' "Panorama", The Allman Brothers' "Reach for the Sky" and Eddie Money's "Playing For Keeps"
1980 – Ginger Baker quit Atomic Rooster to join Hawkwind
1980 – Diana Ross' single "Upside Down" hit no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100
1980 – U2 performed at The Fiesta Suite in Plymouth England
1980 – The Jam had no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Start"
1982 – Paul McCartney released "Tug of War"
1985 – Little Brother Montgomery (Eurreal Wilford Montgomery) – Jazz, Boogie-Woogie and blues singer and pianist, died on this day
1985 - Johnny Desmond – Pop & Jazz singer - worked with Gene Krupa, Bob Crosby and Glenn Miller. Died of cancer
1986 – All-girl group Bananarama had no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Venus"
1988 – 2000 pieces of Elton John memorabilia were auctioned at Sothebys in London. Items included his boa feathers, Pinball Wizard boots and hundreds of pairs of spectacles
1989 – Neil Young's "This Note's For You" won the MTV award for best video – ironic after the station refused to air the video
1989 – The Pittsburgh Steelers were unable to practise on their own field because The Rolling Stones were rehearsing for their upcoming concert
1990 – Tom Fogerty – Guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival, died of tuberculosis
1993 – Don Henley, Jimmy Buffett, Elton John, Sting and Aerosmith performed at a benefit concert for Walden Woods
1994 – Nicky Hopkins (Nicholas Christian Hopkins) – rock pianist and organist with artists such as Screaming Lord Sutch's Savages, Easybeats, Kinks, Pretty Things, The Move, The Who, Jeff Beck Group, Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane,  New Riders of the Purple Sage, Steve Miller Band, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jerry Garcia Band, Beatles, Harry Nilsson, Donovan, Ry Cooder, and Kinks. He died from complications resulting from intestinal surgery, presumably related to his lifelong battle with Crohn's disease
1995 – Bruce Hornsby and Branford Marsalis performed The National Anthem in Baltimore's Camden Yards
1997 – Elton John recorded a new version of "Candle in the Wind" and performed it at the funeral of Diana Princess of Wales in tribute
2001 – Earth, Wind & Fire announced that their forthcoming 30th anniversary American tour would be sponsored by Viagra

2004 – Jamiroquai singer, Jay Kay, was banned from driving for 6 months after being clocked at over 100mph