Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 24th. June 2020 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on dublincityfm.ie or 103.2FM in Dublin.
LISTEN BACK :
1. The Hologram Zoo ( 3.40 ) - Jason Reid Raven ^Sky - CD I Can't Take The Darkness Anymore
2. Silver Landings ( 4.43 ) - Mandy Moore - CD Silver Landings Verve Forecast
3. A Day In May ( 4.17 ) - The Blue Light Smugglers - CD Record thebluelightsmugglers.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2019 RELEASE
4. Astor & 8th. ( 3.45 ) - Jimmys Cousin - EP Astor & 8th. jimmyscousin.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2018 RELEASE
5. Run,Run,Run ( 5.00 ) - Cadillac Drive with The Outlaws & Strings - CD Cool Evening
6. Who Killed JFK? ( 4.32 ) - Tommy Sands - CD Fair Play To You All tommysands.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2020 RELEASE
DOUBLE SHOT - MUNGO JERRY
7. In The Summertime ( 3.25 ) - Mungo Jerry - CD Electronically Tested as part of The Dawn Collection cherryred.co.uk
"In the Summertime" is the debut single by British rock band Mungo Jerry. Written and composed by its lead singer, Ray Dorset, it celebrates the carefree days of summer. In 1970, it reached number one in charts around the world, including seven weeks on the UK Singles Chart, two weeks on one of the Canadian charts, and number three on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the US. It became one of the best-selling singles of all-time, eventually selling 30 million copies.
1970 MAXI SINGLE RELEASE Number 1 UK Charts 50 years ago
8. Black Bubonic Plague ( 5.30 ) - Mungo Jerry - CD Electronically Tested as part of The Dawn Collection cherryred.co.uk
1971 ORIGINAL RELEASE
9. JS BachCantata BWV 200 Aria Bekennen Will Ich Seinen Namen ( 4.29 ) - Andreas Scholl - CD Bach Cantatas Decca Records
10. Building My Ark ( 3.23 ) - Cormac O'Caoimh - CD Swim Crawl Walk Run cormaco.net
IRISH ARTIST - 2020 RELEASE
11. Come Back Baby ( 3.30 ) - Lightnin' Hopkins - CD The Blues Of Lighnin' Hopkins ( 1960 ) as part of Lightnin' Hopkins Four Classic Albums avidgroup.co.uk
2020 PACKAGE RELEASE
12. Old Enough ( 3.18 ) - Miles Nielsen & The Rustic Hearts - CD OhBahoy milesnielsen.com
On this day in music 24th. June
24 Jun 1965
John Lennon's second book of poetry and drawings, 'A Spaniard In The Works', was published. The book consisted of nonsensical stories and drawings similar to the style of his 1964 book 'In His Own Write'.
24 Jun 1965
The Hollies were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'I'm Alive', the group's first of two UK No.1's and over 25 other Top 40 singles. The Hollies originally passed the song over to another Manchester band, the Toggery Five, before changing their mind and recording the song, which was written for them by the US songwriter Clint Ballard, Jr.
24 Jun 1966
After holding a press conference aboard a yacht in New York City, The Rolling Stones kicked off their fifth North American tour at the Manning Bowl, Lynn, Massachusetts, with support acts The McCoys and The Standells.
24 Jun 1967
Procol Harum's ’A Whiter Shade Of Pale’ entered the Billboard chart, where it would peak at No 5. The song was written by the band around a melody composed by the group's organist, Matthew Fisher, who was inspired by the chord progression of Johann Sebastian Bach's 'Orchestral Suite in D', composed between 1725 and 1739.
24 Jun 1969
Led Zeppelin recorded 'Whole Lotta Love', 'What Is And What Should Never Be', 'Travelling Riverside Blues' and 'Communication Breakdown' for BBC Radio 1 at Maida Vale Studios, London. The session was broadcast on 29th June 1969.
24 Jun 1977
The Jacksons were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Show You The Way To Go.' The Jacksons were four members of the Jackson Five, including Michael.
24 Jun 1988
UB40 bass player Earl Falconer was sent to prison for six months, with a further 12 suspended, after admitting to causing his brothers death in a car accident.
24 Jun 1989
Paul McCartney scored his seventh UK No.1 solo album with 'Flowers In The Dirt', featuring the single 'My Brave Face'.