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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 24th. July 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 24th. July 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or


1. For Love Of Chocolate ( 3.27 ) - Diarmuid J. Kennedy - EP Experiential Piano

2. Baby Driver ( 3.15 ) - Simon & Garfunkel - SINGLE Columbia Records
Congrats to Shane Lowry on his British Open Golf win at Portrush last weekend.
1969 RELEASE as B Side The Boxer

3. Back In Baby's Arms ( 2.44 ) - Susie Blue & The Lonesome Fellas - SINGLE

4. The Gamblers Partner ( 3.31 ) - KCVIK - SINGLE / KCVIK

5. The Partisan ( 4.34 ) - Greenshine - CD Family

6. Bird On The Wire ( 3.24 ) - Leonard Cohen - CD Songs From A Room Columbia Records

7. Send A Little Love ( 3.10 ) - Johnny Jake - CD Blue Blue World

8. Empty Bed Blues ( 3.20 ) - Josh White - CD Empty Bed Blues ( 1960 ) as part of Jesse Fuller / Jake White Four Classic Albums

9. Ruby Girl ( 3.48 ) - Angela Perley - CD 4:30
2019 RELEASE on 30th.August 2019

10. Rambling Girl ( 2.57 ) - I See Hawks In LA & The Good Intentions - CD Hawks With Good Intentions

11. ( Nothing But ) Flowers - TalkingcHeads - CD The Best Of Talking Heads

12. Pretty World ( 2.58 ) - Sam Baker - CD Horses & Stars
2019 RELEASE DUE 23rd. August 2019

13. Zeus Faber ( 3.46 ) - The Resonant Rogues - CD Autumn Of The World

14. Hush The Wild Horses ( 3.29 ) - Rachel Harrington - CD Hush The Wild Horses
2019 RELEASE DUE 6th. September 2019

On this day in MUSIC 24th. July
24 Jul 1964
A riot broke out during a Rolling Stones gig at The Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, Lancashire, after Keith Richards kicked a yob in the mouth who was spitting at the group. Two policemen and 30 fans were injured and the damage was estimated at over £4,000. The Rolling Stones were then banned from playing in Blackpool for forty-four years, (until the ban was lifted).
24 Jul 1965
The Byrds were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with their version of the Bob Dylan song 'Mr Tambourine Man'. The first Bob Dylan song to reach No.1. The Byrds' recording of the song was influential in initiating the musical subgenre of folk rock, leading many contemporary bands to mimic its fusion of jangly guitars and intellectual lyrics.
24 Jul 1967
The Beatles meet Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, whose lecture on Transcendental Meditation (TM) they had gone to hear at the Hilton Hotel in London. TM involved the silent repetition of a word or sound to produce a state of mind that reduces stress, calms the mind, and energizes both mind and body. The Maharishi invited The Beatles to travel with him to Bangor, in North Wales, to attend more lectures. They accepted his invitation.
24 Jul 1967
All four Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein signed a petition printed in The Times newspaper calling for the legalisation of marijuana.
24 Jul 1969
Paul McCartney recorded a demo of his new song ‘Come and Get It’ at Abbey Road studios in London. McCartney gave the song to The Iveys, (soon to become known as Badfinger). The song was later used as the theme for the movie The Magic Christian. The Beatles also recorded ‘Sun King/Mean Mr. Mustard’ for their forthcoming Abbey Road album.
24 Jul 1971
Paul Revere and the Raiders went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Indian Reservation'. The song was first recorded in 1959 by Marvin Rainwater and released as 'The Pale Faced Indian' and then later by Don Fardon in 1968.
24 Jul 1972
Bobby Ramirez drummer with Edger Winters White Trash was killed after becoming involved in a brawl in a Chicago bar. The fight started after comments were made about the length of his hair.
24 Jul 1974
George McCrae was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Rock Your Baby'. Written and produced by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch of KC and the Sunshine Band. Regarded by some as the first Disco No.1.
24 Jul 1976
Elton John scored his first UK number 1 single with ‘Don't Go Breaking My Heart’ a duet with Kiki Dee. It was written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin under the pseudonym "Ann Orson" and "Carte Blanche" and was Elton's first UK No.1 after 16 Top 40 hits. John had met Dee when she was working as a backing singer. John would later re-record the song with RuPaul for his 1993 'Duets' album.

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