The Laundromat on 20th December 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW Daylight Saving)
The Enigmatic – Joe Satriani – Not Of This Earth
Me & You – Flying Circus – Gypsy Road
Janis Joplin – San Francisco 1963
Leavin' This Morning (KC Blues)
Daddy, Daddy, Daddy
Black Mountain Blues
Jurashiku Park – "Weird Al" Yankovic
Beautiful Zelda – Bonzo Dog Doodah Band – Doughnuts In Granny's Greenhouse
59th Street Bridge (Feelin'Groovy) – The Coolies – Take That You Bastards, Dig?
Magic Zipper – Chain – Top Of The Cross
Yes What – The School Fire
Conflict – Mike Oldfield – QE2
Midnight Moodies – Joe Walsh – The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
Thoughts Have Turned – Flo & Eddie – Phlorescent Leech & Eddie
T-town Mambo - Ernie Fields Combo
Ridin' Mighty High - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers
Oh, How The Geese Did Fly - Jack McVea Combo
Ain't Gonna Leave, Baby - Chuck Higgins & His Mellotones
Gonna Rock Tonight – The Flaming Groovies – Flamingo
With You – Flaming Lips – Hear It Is
Come Together In The Morning – Free – The Free Story
Time Is On My Side – The Rolling Stones – 2120 Sth Michigan Avenue
San Francisco Bay Jam – Jimi Hendrix & Stephen Stills – Stills' Basement
Goin' Back To Georgia – Bruce Springsteen – Missing Tracks 1
20th December - On This Day In Music
Born On This Day
1944 – Bobby Colomby – drummer and vocalist for Blood, Sweat & Tears
1947 – Peter Criss (Peter Crisscoula) – drummer, vocalist and founding member of Kiss
1948 – Stevie Wright – singer, songwriter for The Easybeats
1957 – Anita Ward – singer
1957 – Billy Bragg – singer, songwriter
1966 – Christopher Robinson – vocalist for The Black Crowes
Happened on this Day
1952 – Elvis Presley sang "Ol' Shep" at his High School Christmas party
1957 – Elvis Presley recieved his draft notice
1957 – Walter Sylvester Page – jazz multi-instrumentalist, played for Blue Devils and Count Basie Orchestra, died from a kidney ailment and pneumonia
1959 – Emile Ford & The Checkmates were at no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For"
1962 – The Osmonds appeared on NVBS-TV "Andy Williams Show" singing "I'm a Ding-Dong Daddy from Dumas"
1967 – Vocalist Ian Anderson and bassist Glen Cornick left The John Evans Band to form Jethro Tull. Historically, Jethro Tull was an 18th century agriculturalist
1967 – The Hollies released "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother"
1967 – Folk-singer Joan Baez was sentenced to 45 days in prison after being arrested at an anti-war demonstration
1968 – Peter, Paul & Mary hit no. 1 in the US with a song penned by John Denver "Leavin' On a Jet Plane"
1969 – The Guess Who released "No Time"
1969 – The Rolling Stones went to no. 1 on the UK album charts with "Let It Bleed"
1969 – 2 new bootleg LPs hit the stands – Bob Dylan's "Stealin' ", outtakes from the Columbia Records vault, and The Rolling Stones' "Liver Than You'll Ever Be", illegally recorded from performances at The Forum in Los Angeles and The Oakland Coliseum
1973 – Bobby Darin, singer, died of a heart attack during open-heart surgery
1975 – Joe Walsh joined The Eagles as replacement guitarist for Bernie Leadon
1975 – Releases include Eric Carmen "All By Myself", The Eagles "Take It To The Limit" and Paul Simon "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover"
1979 – Dire Straits performed at London's Rainbow and The Jam performed at The Bath Pavilion
1979 – Christmas album-charts were reporting Michael Jackson's "Off The Wall" (£3.74), The Police's "Regatta De Blanc (£3.49) and Pink Floyd's "The Wall" (£6.45)
1980 – John Lennon's "Just Like Starting Over" was no. 1 on the UK charts, 12 days after his murder
1980 – Motorhead's Phil Taylor broke a bone in his neck while partying after a gig in Belfast
1986 – The Bangles started a four-week run at no. 1 on the US singles charts with "Walk Like An Egyptian"
1986 – The Housemartins had no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Caravan of Love"
1987 – Pet Shop Boys wre at no. 1 on the UK singles charts with Älways On My Mind"
1992 – Albert King, blues singer and guitarist, died on this day
2000 – Richie and J from Five were charged with public order offences, and remanded on bail following a fight in a Dublin pub.
2001 – Tommy Lee accused his ex-wife Pamela Anderson an unfit mother. He filed papers with the los Angeles Superior Court alleging his sons told him "we hate mommy" and using the F-word learned from their mother
2003 – Travis and Kings of Leon performed at Alexandra Palace in London
2009 – James Martin Gurley – guitarist for Big Brother and The Holding Company, died from a heart attack
2012 – Jimmy McCracklin – pianist, vocalist and songwriter of west-coast blues, jump-blues and R&B, died on this day after a long illness
2013 – David Richards – record-producer, engineer and musician. Co-produced albums by Queen and David Bowie, died of an undisclosed illness