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Monday, June 19, 2017

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 21st. June 2017 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 21st. June 2017 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or


1. Pledging My Time ( 1.57 ) - Old Crow Medicine - CD 50 Years Of Blonde On Blonde Columbia Records

2. Here Comes Summer ( 2.10 ) - Jerry Keller - CD Rock'N'Roll Drive In American Classics Pickwick Group Records

3. The Glory Of Love ( 3.46 ) - Paul McCartney - CD Kisses On The Bottom
Paul McCartney 75th. birthday Sunday 18th. June 2017

4. Midnight Bus ( 2.24 ) - Betty McQuade - CD 63 Nuggets From The Cramps Record Vault

5. The Returning ( 3.00 ) - Skyfever - SINGLE

6. Chop Chop ( 4.11 ) - Skinner & Twitch - SINGLE

7. Break-Up Without A Sound ( 3.24 ) - Hege Anita Skjaervik - CD Hege Anita
The CD will be launched in the Black Gate Cultural Centre in Galway ( Wed. 21st June) and Whelans in Dublin (Thurs.22nd June) performed by the musicians appearing on the CD.

8. Aged & Wise ( 4.20 ) - A Don Piper Situation - CD What It Is

9. Did You Hear About Jerry? ( 3.05 ) - Harry Belanfonte with Victor Messer & Millard Thomas - 1958 SINGLE on July 2017 Mojo Cover Disc Murder Ballads 15 Original Tracks that inspired Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
PROMO COVER DISC with current Mojo edition


10. Taxi Man ( 3.09 ) - Zager & Evans - CD 2525 ( Exordium & Terminus )LP ( 1969 ) as part of Zager & Evans In The Year 2525 The RCA Masters 1969 - 1970

11. Mr. Turnkey ( 2.28 ) - Zager & Evans - CD Zager & Evans LP ( 1970 ) as part of Zager & Evans In The Year 2525 The RCA Masters 1969 - 1970

12. I Know You'll Be Mine ( 4.09 ) - The Mark Robinson Band - CD Live At The 5 Spot

13. Hazzard ( 3.25 ) - Blackbird & Crow - CD Shock Shatter Convince

14. Summertime ( 3.58 ) - Big Brother & The Holding Company feat. Janis Joplin - CD Cheap Thrills Columbia Records

15. Queen Of Hearts ( 6.23 ) - Gregg Allman - CD Gregg Alman Back To Macon GA January 2014
Gregory LeNoir Allman (December 8, 1947 – May 27, 2017) RIP

June 21st: On this day
1948, Columbia Records launched a new vinyl disc that played at thirty-three and one third RPM in New York City, sparking a music-industry standard so strong that the digital age has yet to kill it.
1955, Elvis Presley played two shows in Beaumont, Texas, with bassist Bill Black and guitarist Scotty Moore.
1963, The Rolling Stones played at Ricky Tick Club, Star and Garter Hotel, Windsor, Berks. The influential 1960s rhythm & blues club in Windsor, Berkshire, was the host to many important acts such as The Stones, The Who,Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream.
1966, Reg Calvert manager of The Fortunes, Screaming Lord Sutch and the owner of offshore pirate radio station Radio City was shot dead by business rival William Smedley during a confrontation. (Smedley was the owner of pirate station Radio Caroline). Smedley was later cleared of the murder.
1966, Jimmy Page made his live debut with The Yardbirds at The Marquee ClubLondon.

1966, After a North American tour The Rolling Stones sued 14 hotels over a booking ban in New York, claiming that the ban was violating civil rights laws.
1966, Tom Jones needed 14 stitches in his forehead after his Jaguar was involved in a car crash in Marble Arch, London.
1966, Working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles recorded from start to finish, a new John Lennon song ‘She Said She Said’. The song was reportedly based on a bizarre conversation that Lennon had with Peter Fonda while John and George Harrison were tripping on LSD.

June 21st: Born on this day
1932, Born on this day, Lalo Schifrin, composer and arranger of film soundtracks, (1976 UK No.14 single Jaws').
1936, Born on this day, O.C. Smith, singer, (1968 US No.1 single 'Little Green Apples' and 1968 UK No.2 single 'The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp'). He died on November 23rd 2001.
1944, Born on this day, Ray Davies, guitar, vocals, The Kinks, (1964 UK No.1 & US No.7 'You Really Got Me', 1967 UK No.2 single 'Waterloo Sunset' plus 19 other UK Top 40 singles. 1983 US No.6 single 'Come Dancing').

1944, Born on this day, Miguel Vicens, Los Bravos, (1966 UK No.2 & US No.4 single 'Black Is Black'). First Spanish rock band to have a UK & US hit single.
1944, Born on this day, Jon Hiseman, drums, Colosseum, (1969 album, 'Valentyne Suite').
1945, Born on this day, Chris Britton, guitar, The Troggs (1966 US No.1 & UK No.2 single 'Wild Thing').
1948, Born on this day, Joey Molland, guitar, vocals, Badfinger, (1970 UK No.4 and US No.7 single 'Come And Get It').
1949, Born on this day, Greg Munford, Strawberry Alarm Clock, (1967 US No.1 single 'Incense And Peppermints').
1950, Born on this day, Joey Kramer, drums, Aerosmith (1989 UK No.13 single 'Love In An Elevator', 1989 album 'Pump' spent 53 weeks on the US charts, 1993 US No.1 & UK No.2 album 'Get A Grip', 1998 US No.1 & UK No.4 single 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing').
1951, Born on this day, Alan Silson, Smokie, (1975 UK No.3 single 'If You Think You Know How To Love Me').
1953, Born on this day, Nils Lofgren, guitar, piano, vocals. He joined Neil Young's band at age 17, playing piano on the album After the Gold Rush. From 1971 to 1974 recorded four albums with his own band, Grin. Solo 1976 UK No.8 album, 'Cry Tough'. Joined Bruce Springsteen E Street Band in 1984. And member of Ringo Starr's All-Starr Band.
1957, Born on this day, Mark Brzezicki, drums, Big Country, (1983 UK No.10 single 'Fields Of Fire' plus 14 other UK Top 40 singles).

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