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Monday, May 27, 2019

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 29th. May 2019 from 11.30AM on or 103.2FM Dublin.

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 29th. May 2019 from 11.30AM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or


1. Marjorie ( 3.49 ) - Jim McHugh - SINGLE
IRISH ARTIST - 2019 RELEASE ( 31st. May 2019 )

2. Listen ( 5.29 ) - Christione "Kingfish" Ingram with Keb Mo - CD Kingfish Alligator Records

3. Sam's In Town ( 3.16 ) - Gabriel Davy - SINGLE

4. Treat Me Like A Woman ( 3.48 ) - Lucy Rose - CD No Words Left

5. Instant Karma ( 3.23 ) - John Lennon - SINGLE Apple Records
"Instant Karma!" (also titled "Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)") is a song by English rock musician John Lennon, released as a single on Apple Records in February 1970. The lyric focuses on a concept in which the causality of one's actions is immediate rather than borne out over a lifetime.

6. Walrus - Nic Norton & The County Band - EP Brief Lives

7. Yellow Rose Of Santa Fe ( 3.59 ) - Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors - CD Souvenir

8. Helen's Waltz ( 1.44 ) - Leaf Rapids - CD Citizen Alien

9. Molly Malone ( 3.42 ) - Dervish with Imelda May - CD The Great Irish Song Book Rounder Records

10. The May Morning Dew - Dervish with Rhiannon Giddens - CD The Great Irish Song Book Rounder Records

11. Ten Thousand Voices ( 2.58 ) - Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi - CD There Is No Other

12. Maggie May ( 5.04 ) ( 1971 ) - Rod Stewart - CD Dad Rocks EMI Records

13. Swingin' On A Star ( 2.38 ) - Big Dee Irwin & Little Eva - CD Simply Rock 'N' Roll
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On this day
29 May 1942
Bing Crosby recorded the Irving Berlin song 'White Christmas'. Crosby recorded the song with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra and the Ken Darby Singers in just 18 minutes. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the version sung by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single of all time, with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide.
29 May 1961
Ricky Nelson started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Travellin' Man'. Sam Cooke turned the song down, the B-side was the Gene Pitney song 'Hello Mary Lou' which became a double A side UK No.1.
29 May 1962
Chubby Checker won a Grammy Award for Best Rock and Roll Recording for ‘Let's Twist Again’ and Ray Charles won Best Rhythm & Blues Recording for ‘Hit The Road Jack’.
29 May 1965
Bob Dylan's album Bringing It All Back Home was at No.1 on the UK charts, his second UK No.1 album. The black and white pamphlet lying across the Time magazine with President Lyndon B. Johnson on the cover is a publication of the Earth Society, who saw its mission as protecting earth from collisions with comets and planets.
29 May 1965
The Beach Boys started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Help Me Rhonda', the group's second US No.1. The recording session was interrupted by the Wilson brothers' drunken father, Murry, who arrived at the studio to criticize the Boys enthusiasm. The recording reel continued to record the confrontation, which still circulates among fans.
29 May 1967
The Move, Cream, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pink Floyd, Zoot Money, Geno Washington and The Ram Jam Band all appeared at the Tulip Bulb Auction Hall in Spalding, Lincoln, England. Pink Floyd were only a support band and played in a corner of the shed with a white sheet behind them with the coloured oil shining onto it. Tickets cost £1 ($1.70). The poster advertising the show promised a 'Knockout Atmosphere'.
29 May 1969
Crosby, Stills & Nash released their self-titled debut on Atlantic Records label. It spawned two Top 40 hits: 'Marrakesh Express' and 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes'.
29 May 1971
The Rolling Stones started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Brown Sugar', from Sticky Fingers. The first single released on Rolling Stones Records, it was the bands sixth US No.1, and a No.2 hit in the UK. The songs lyrics, which are essentially a pastiche of a number of taboo subjects, include: interracial sex, cunnilingus, slave rape, and less distinctly, sadomasochism, lost virginity, and heroin.
29 May 1971
Three dozen Grateful Dead fans were treated for hallucinations caused by LSD after they unwittingly drank spiked apple juice served at a gig at San Francisco's Winterland.
29 May 1977
Manchester band Warsaw, (later to become Joy Division) made their live debut supporting The Buzzcocks at The Electric Circus, Manchester, England.

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