The Laundromat on 27th December 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW Daylight Saving)

Maple Lady – Flying Circus Gypsy Road
Boogie – Chain – Top Of The Cross

Jan & DeanLive and In Person Command Performance
Surf City
Little Honda
Dead Man's Curve
I Get Around
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Theme from The T.A.M.I. Show
Rock & Roll Music
The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
Do Wah Diddy Diddy
I Should Have Known Better
Sidewalk Surfin'
Louie, Louie

Amphibious Assault – Leonard Nimoy

Happy Ways – Joe Walsh – The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
It Never Happened – Flo & EddiePhlorescent Leech & Eddie
Comin' After Me – The Flaming Groovies – Flamingo

The Goons – The Sahara Desert Statue

Unplugged – Flaming LipsHear It Is
Reelin' & Rockin' – The Rolling Stones – 2120 Sth Michigan Avenue
San Francisco Bay Jam – Jimi Hendrix & Stephen StillsStills' Basement

Mama & Papa - Tal Carter
Talk About A Girl Child Being Down - Honey Coleman
Take Off My Wig - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers
The Monkey - The Duchess & The Jake Porter Combo

The Train Song – Bruce Springsteen – Missing Tracks 1
Flamingo – Pink Floyd1966 – 1968 – Interstellar Overdrive
Barbie – The Beach BoysLost & Found

Don't Start Me To Talkin' – The Doobie Brothers – Toulouse Street
Together – NilssonAerial Ballet
No Dough – The Mamas & Papas – People Like Us

27th December - On This Day In Music

Born On This Day

1931 – Scotty Moore (Winfield Scott Moore) – guitarist with Doug Poindexter & The Starlight Wranglers, played on the first Sun Studio sessions with Elvis Presley, and staying on in a musical career with Presley
1941 – Les Maguire – pianist with Jerry & The Pacemakers
1941 – Mike Pinder – keyboard player, singer and co-founder of The Moody Blues
1943 – Peter Quaife – bassist and original member of The Kinks
1944 – Mick Jones – guitarist and singer for Spooky Tooth and then Foreigner
1944 – Tracey Nelson – vocals with Mother Earth
1948 – Larry Byrom – guitarist for Steppenwolf
1952 – David Knopfler – guitarist and vocalist with Dire Straits
1961 – Youth – bassist wth Killing Joke and producer with U2
1972 – Matt Slocum – singer / songwriter for Sixpence None The Richer

Happened on this Day

1932 – New York's Radio City Music Hall opened
1960 – The Beatles performed a "Welcome Home" concert in Liverpool, on their return from Hamburg
1963 – The London Times music critic hailed The Beatles as "the outstanding composers of 1963"
1963 – The Animals made their radio debut on BBC's Saturday Club
1968 – MC5 made their concert debut at The Fillmore East in New York
1969 – Led Zeppelin's "Led Zeppelin II" was no. 1 in the US
1969 – The Supremes had a US no. 1 with "Someday We'll Be Together", also the last no. 1 for the 60s
1969 – The Rolling Stones album, "Let It Bleed" entered the US charts
1971 – "The Sonny & Cher Show" started a four & a half- year run on CBS TV
1974 – Bob Dylan re-recorded "Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts", "Tangled Up In Blue" and four other tracks from his "Before the Flood" album with assistance from his brother, Dave
1975 – The Faces split became official. Rod Stewart went solo, Ron Wood went to The Rolling Stones, Ronnie Lane formed Slim Chance and drummer Kenny Jones joined The Who
1975 – The Staples Singers had a US no. 1 with "Let's Do It Again"
1975 – The Bee Gees released "Fanny" and The Four Seasons released "December 1963 (Oh What a Night)"
1976 – Freddie King, blues singer and guitarist died of heart trouble and ulcers after becoming ill at a Christmas Day concert in Dallas Texas
1976 – Queen released "A Day At The Races" at a retail price of $7.98, a dollar more than current LP prices
1978 – The Cars' self-titled LP was confirmed platinum
1979 – Ian Drury & The Blockheads, and The Clash headline the second of four concerts in London, for the people of Kampuchea
1980 – John Lennon & Yoko Ono's joint album "Starting Over" hit no.1 on both UK & US charts
1981 – Hoagland Howard "Hoagy" Carmichael US singer / songwriter and bandleader of Jazz and Tin-Pan Alley, died of natural causes on this day
1983 – Walter Scott, vocalist with Bob Kuban & The In-Men, disappeared. His ex-wife and her husband were charged with murder when his body was found three years later with a gunshot wound
1984 – Appearing on TV music show Brighton Rock were Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Madness, Nik Kershaw, Gloria Gaynor, Spandau Ballet, The Flying Pickets and Helen Terry
1985 – Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon married model Yasmin Parvanah
1989 – a former chef at the Chuck Berry-owned Southern Air started court proceedings againt Berry alleging that secret video cameras had been installed in the ladied toilets. 200 other women took action, claiming that the recordings were used for improper sexual fetishes
1992 – Harry Connick Jr was arrested at Kennedy Airport after police discovered a 9mm pistol in his carry-on luggage
1997 – The Spice Girls took no. 1 in the UK for "Too Much"
1999 – Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs and his girlfriend Jennifer Lopez were arrested after a gun was found in their vehicle as the left a Manhattan nightclub. Police were investigating a shooting in the club
2008 – Delaine Alvin "Delaney" Bramlett – singer / songwriter musician and producer. Married to Bonnie to form Delaney & Bonnie. Worked with Mac Davis, Jackey DeShannon, JJ Cale, Leon Russell, Joe Cocker, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Billy Preston, John Lennon, Everly Brothers, Spooner Oldham, Steve Cropper, amongst others. Part of a ever-changing group of musicians, "Delaney and Bonnie & Friends", which included Eric Clapton, George Harrison, King Curtis, Duane and Gregg Allman, amongst a host of others. He died on this day from complications of gall-bladder surgery

2015 – Stephen Carlton "Stevie" Wright – songwriter, front-man for The Easybeats, Stevie Wright Band, Stevie Wright & The Allstars, worked with Flash & The Pan, performed in "Jesus Christ Superstar". He died of pneumonia after heavy drug addiction