American Singer Songwriter Ed Romanoff embarks on an Irish tour & hoped to be with this time on Midweek Music Miscellany. His flight to Dublin was diverted to Shannon Airport because of high winds hence his non appearance. The concert in Whelans tonight ( Wednesday ) will proceed however.
Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 19th. September 2018 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or online http://dublincityfm.ie/…/listen-to-our-streaming-radio-serv…
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1. Maiden Voyage ( 4.22 ) - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ( Composers Robin Gibb & RJ Gibb ) - CD The Titanic Requiem Rhino Records
2. Wrapped Around Your Finger ( 5.08 ) - Georgia & The Vintage Youth - CD Remember Brick Lane http://www.georgiaandthevintageyouth.com
3. Most Magical ( 3.40 ) - Tir Na nOg - CD Strong In The Sun ( 1973 ) cherryred.co.uk
IRISH ARTIST - 2012 REISSUE RELEASE
LONG SHOT - JIMI HENDRIX James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix (born Johnny Allen Hendrix; November 27 1942 – September 18 1970)
4. Red House ( 8.04 ) - Jimi Hendrix - CD Rock Legend Charly Records
1994 PROMO RELEASE
5. A Golden Crown - Ed Romanoff - DCFM LIVE SESSION FROM ARCHIVES edromanoff.com
DOUBLE SHOT - ROBERT O'CONNOR
6. Destination Anywhere ( 3.34 ) - Robert O'Connor - CD Distance https://www.breakingtunes.com/robertoconnor
IRISH ARTIST - 2008 RELEASE
7. No Second Chances ( 4.07 ) - Robert O'Connor - SINGLE https://www.breakingtunes.com/robertoconnor
IRISH ARTIST - 2018 RELEASE
8. Lady Luck ( 4.07 ) - Ed Romanoff - CD Ed Romanoff edromanoff.com
Live Whelans Upstairs Wed. 19th. Sept. with Clive Barnes Doors 8PM whelanslive.com
9. I Gotta Problem With That ( 3.42 ) - Eric Schwartz - SINGLE ericschwartz.com
10. Love Is All Around ( 2.41 ) - The Troggs - CD Rock Legend Charly Records
1994 PROMO RELEASE
11. Codladh Samh ( 4.07 ) - Eoin Dillon - CD The Third Twin Kila Records
IRISH ARTIST - 2005 RELEASE
September 19th: On this Day
1957, 16 year-old UK singer Cliff Richard, still known by his real name, Harry Webb, joined the Dick Teague Skiffle Group.
1960, Former chicken plucker Chubby Checker went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'The Twist'. It made No.14 in the UK in 1962, version with The Fat Boys made No.2 in the UK in 1988.
1960, Hank Ballard and The Midnighters had the honour of being the first group to have three songs in the US Top 100 at the same time. ‘Finger Poppin’ Time,’ ‘Let’s Go Let’s Go Let’s Go’ and ‘The Twist’ all made the Top 30. Ballard refused to perform ‘The Twist’ on a highly rated US TV show, so Chubby Checker picked it up at the insistence of Dick Clark, and Checker’s version of the song was number 1 this week in 1960.
1964, Oxfam printed half a million Christmas cards in the UK of a drawing by John Lennon called the Fat Budgie, which was taken from his book A Spaniard in the Works. All profits from the cards went to help raise money for charity. Oxfam re-printed the cards in 2007 as a limited edition card which again sold thousands.
1969, Creedence Clearwater Revival scored their only UK No.1 single with 'Bad Moon Rising' a US No.2 hit. Also on this day the group started a four-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Green River.'
1970, The first UK Glastonbury Festival took place featuring Marc Bolan, Ian Anderson, Keith Christmas, Quintessence, Amazing Blondel and Sam Apple Pie.
1970, Diana Ross started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough'. The singers first solo No.1 since leaving The Supremes a No.6 in the UK.
1973, Country rock singer, songwriter 26-year-old Gram Parsons formerly of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers, died under mysterious conditions in Joshua Tree, California. His death was attributed to heart failure but later was officially announced as a drug overdose. His coffin was stolen by two of his associates, manager Phil Kaufman and Michael Martin, a former roadie for The Byrds, and was taken to Cap Rock in the California desert, where it was set alight, in accordance to Parson's wishes. The two were later arrested by police.