Play list MMM Celebrates the 70th. Anniversary of the 7" 45RPM Single Monday 3rd. June 2019 on 103.2 Dublin City FM or dublincityfm.ie
LISTEN BACK :
1. Albatross ( 2.59 ) - Fleetwood Mac - SINGLE
2. All The Way To Memphis ( 4.49 ) - Mott The Hoople - SINGLE ianhunter.com
Ian Hunter celebrates his 80th. Birthday today. Born 3rd. June 1939
3. Hot Fun In The Summertime ( 2.18 ) - Sly & The Family Stone - SINGLE
4. Wild West Hero ( 4.35 ) - Electric Light Orchestra - SINGLE
5. Mrs. Robinson ( 3.35 ) - Simon & Garfunkel - SINGLE
6. The House Of The Rising Sun ( 4.31 ) - The Animals - SINGLE
7. Move It ( 2.22 ) - Cliff Richard - SINGLE
8. I Get The Sweetest Feeling ( 2.55 ) - Jackie Wilson - SINGLE
9. Silence Is Golden ( 3.09 ) - The Tremeloes - SINGLE
10. Love Is All Around ( 3.21 ) - The Troggs - SINGLE
11. I'll Never Fall In Love Again ( 2.46 ) - Deacon Blue - SINGLE
12. In Dreams ( 2.49 ) - Roy Orbison - SINGLE
13. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself ( 3.06 ) - Dusty Springfield - SINGLE
14. Summer Breeze ( 4.37 ) - The Isley Brothers - SINGLE
15. Make It Easy On Yourself ( 3.19 ) - Walker Brothers - SINGLE
Scott Walker (born Noel Scott Engel; January 9 1943 – March 22 2019)
16. Rubber Bullets ( 5.20 ) - 10CC - SINGLE
17. Telegram Sam ( 4.44 ) = T Rex - SINGLE
Michael Norman Finn (3 June 1947 – 11 January 2003), known professionally as Mickey Finn, was the percussionist and sideman to Marc Bolan in his band Tyrannosaurus Rex (on one album, A Beard of Stars), and later, the 1970s glam rock group, T.Rex.
18. Tears Of A Clown ( 2.59 ) - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - SINGLE
19. All Or Nothing ( 3.06 ) - Small Faces - SINGLE
20. Hot Legs - Rod Stewart - SINGLE
21. Love Plus One - Haircut One Hundred - SINGLE
22. I'll Put You Together Again ( 2.49) - Hot Chocolate - SINGLE
23. Blue Velvet ( 4.27 ) - Bobby Vinton - SINGLE
24. Time After Time ( 3.51 ) - Cyndi Lauper - SINGLE
25. Gold ( 5.00 ) - Spandeau Ballet - SINGLE
26. All Cried Out ( 3.40 ) - Alison Moyet - SINGLE
27. Footloose - Kenny Loggins - SINGLE
On this day in music
3 Jun 1953
Elvis Presley graduated from J.C. Hulmes High School in Memphis; his graduation photo shows him to have a split curl in the middle of his forehead, later to become his trademark. He was the first member of his family to graduate high school.
3 Jun 1964
During a photo session Ringo Starr was taken ill suffering from tonsillitis and pharyngitis, days before a world tour was about to start. After a last-minute phone call from George Martin, session drummer Jimmy Nichol rushed over to EMI Studios, where he and The Beatles ran through six songs from their tour repertoire in a quick rehearsal. Nichol replaced Ringo and became a Beatle for eleven days.
3 Jun 1967
Aretha Franklin went to No.1 on the US singles chart with her version of the Otis Redding hit 'Respect'. A No.10 hit on the UK chart. Aretha scored her first UK No.1 20 years later with a duet with George Michael 'I Knew You Were Waiting'.
3 Jun 1967
The Doors 'Light My Fire' was released in the US, where it went on to be No.1 on the singles chart two months later. When The Doors were booked to appear on The Ed Sullivan Show they were asked to change the line "girl, we couldn't get much higher", as the sponsors were uncomfortable with the possible reference to drug-taking. The band agreed to do so, and did a rehearsal using the amended lyrics; however, during the live performance, lead singer Jim Morrison sang the original lyric, after which they were informed they would never appear on the Ed Sullivan show again.
3 Jun 1968
Valerie Solanas shot Andy Warhol and art critic and curator Mario Amaya at Warhol's studio in New York City. Solanas had been to see Warhol after asking for the return of a script which had apparently, been misplaced. Warhol was seriously wounded in the attack and barely survived.
3 Jun 1970
Deep Purple released their fourth studio album 'Deep Purple In Rock'. This was the first album to feature the classic Mk II lineup of - Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice.
3 Jun 1970
The Kinks Ray Davies was forced to make a 6,000 mile round trip from New York to London to record one word in a song. Davies had to change the word 'Coca- Cola' to 'Cherry Cola' on the bands forthcoming single 'Lola' due to an advertising ban at BBC Radio.
3 Jun 1972
The Rolling Stones kicked off their seventh North American tour at the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada. The 32 date tour grossed $4 million (£2.35 million), making it the richest rock tour in history.
3 Jun 1977
Bob Marley & the Wailers released Exodus. The album featured the hits, 'Jamming', 'Waiting In Vain', 'Three Little Birds' and 'One Love'. In 1999, Time magazine named Exodus the best album of the 20th century.