Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 12th. July 2017 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM
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1. Norwegian Wood ( 2.21 ) - Charlie Byrd - CD Sixties Byrd elrecords.co.uk
NEW RELEASE COMPILATION
2. Positively 4th. Street ( 3.57 ) - Bob Dylan - The Times They Are a-Changin' Columbia Records bobdylan.com
3. Busy Streets ( 3.53 ) - Urban Hill - CD Straight Talk https://www.facebook.com/UrbanHillBand
4. Feelin' It ( 3.57 ) - David Benoit - CD Smooth Jazz Hits The Ultimate Collection concordmusicgroup.com
2015 COMPILATION RELEASE
5. Head Over Heels ( 5.13 ) - Peter White - CD Smooth Jazz Hits The Ultimate Collection concordmusicgroup.com
2015 COMPILATION RELEASE
6. Still Feeling Like Your Man ( 3.53 ) - John Mayer - CD The Search For Everything johnmayer.com Columbia Records
7. Spiral Staircase ( 3.34 ) - Ralph McTell - CD All Things Change The Transatlantic Anthology 1967 - 1970 cherryred.co.uk
2017 COMPILATION RELEASE
8. A Shine On Your Shoes ( 3.05 ) - Monica Chapman - CD Small World monicachapman.net
9. The Blacksmith ( 3.29 ) - Dara MacGabhann & Band - CD Release https://www.facebook.com/daramacgabhannmusic
IRISH ARTIST - 2017 RELEASE
10. Barefoot Dirt Road ( 3.29 ) - Mose Allison - Transfiguration Of Hiram Brown ( 1960 ) as part of Mose Allison avidgroup.co.uk
2015 PACKAGE RELEASE
11. Silent Movie ( 1.11 ) - Ray Davies - CD Americana raydavies.info legacyrecordings.com
12. Art Of Living ( 4.25 ) - Gus McKay - CD Talisman gusmckay.com
13. Morning Blues ( 3.11 ) - Alex Lopez - CD Is It A Lie alexlopezmusic.com
14. Rolling Home ( 3.00 ) - Elaine Mahon - CD Reach For The Stars elainemcmahonmusic.com
15. Hot Fun In The Summertime ( 4.27 ) - Dave Koz & Friends - CD Smooth Jazz Hits The Ultimate Collection concordmusicgroup.co.uk
2015 COMPILATION RELEASE
Joey Alexander Trio at The National Concert Hall Dublin Wednesday 12th. July 2017 from 8PM nch.ie has more.
July 12th: On this day
1954, 19 year old Elvis Presley signed a recording contract with Sun Records. He also gave in his notice at his day job at The Crown Electric Company. Sam Phillips from Sun Records originally wanted to use the 19 year old to make demos of songs meant for other artists, but soon realized that here was the man who could bridge the gap between white and black performances.
1962, Ray Charles was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with the Don Gibson penned country ballad 'I Can't Stop Loving You'. His only UK No.1 was taken from his Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music album.
1962, The Rolling Stones made their live debut at the Marquee Jazz Club, London, with Dick Taylor on bass (later of The Pretty Things) and Mick Avory on drums, (later of The Kinks). Billed as The Rollin’ Stones, they were paid £20 for the gig, the equivalent of £330 in 2010.
1964, The Beatles appeared at the Hippodrome Theatre in Brighton with The Fourmost and the Shubdubs (whose drummer, Jimmy Nicol, would later fill in for an ill Ringo Starr on The Beatles' world tour). Also in the US The Ed Sullivan Show re-broadcast The Beatles' first live television appearance on the Sullivan show (from February 9). On the way to tonight's gig George Harrison was involved in a minor crash in his brand new E-Type Jaguar in Kings Road, Fulham, London. Passing pedestrians collected bits of broken glass as souvenirs.
1968, Mickey Dolenz from The Monkees married Samantha Juste who he met when working in the UK on the BBC TV show Top Of The Pops.
1969, One Hit Wonders Zager and Evans started a six week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'In The Year 2525, (Exordium And Terminus)'. The song was also No.1 in the UK, making them the only one hit wonders ever in both the US and UK singles charts.
1979, American singer songwriter Minnie Riperton died of cancer aged 31. The Stevie Wonder produced 'Loving You' gave Minnie a US No.1 single in 1975. She worked at Chess records singing backup for various artists such as Etta James, Fontella Bass, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. She also sang lead for the experimental rock/soul group Rotary Connection, from 1967 to 1971. Also a member of Wonderlove in 1973, a backup group for Stevie Wonder.
July 12th: Born on this day
1937, Born on this day, saxophonist Howie Casey who was a member of Derry and the Seniors, the first rock and roll band from Liverpool to play clubs in Germany and later, as leader of the renamed Howie Casey and the Seniors, the first Liverpool group to record an LP. He later featured on several albums by Paul McCartney (Band on the Run, Wings at the Speed of Sound and Back to the Egg) and played live with Paul McCartney on the Wings Over the World tour. He also worked with Marc Bolan The Who, Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins.
1943, Born on this day, Christine McVie, keyboards, vocals, Chicken Shack, Fleetwood Mac, (1987 UK No.5 single 'Little Lies' and 1977 US No.1 single 'Dreams', from world wide No.1 album Rumours). Solo.
1947, Born on this day, Wilko Johnson, guitar, Dr Feelgood, (1979 UK No.9 single 'Milk And Alcohol') and a founding member of Solid Senders. Wilko stated in early 2013 that he had terminal cancer and was given just 10 months to live, and aptly announced he was going on a farewell tour. On 22 March 2013, Wilko played what he thought would be his final show guesting with Madness on the television programme Madness Live: Goodbye Television Centre which was broadcast on BBC Four. In Oct 2014 Johnson said he has been "cured" of the terminal pancreatic cancer.