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Monday, October 21, 2019

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 23rd. October 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 23rd. October 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or


1. Pick Up The Pieces ( 1974 ) ( 3.56 ) - The Average White Band - CD The Sax Album Polygram TV
Malcolm "Molly" Duncan Born 24th. August 1945 Died 8th. October 2019 RIP

2. Reverie ( 3.04 ) - Arcade ( Heidi Talbot & Adam Holmes ) - CD Face The Fall

3. Rapture ( 1980 ) ( 4.54 ) - Blondie - CD The Sax Album Polygram TV

4. Absolute Beginners ( 1986 )( 5.04 ) - David Bowie - CD The Sax Album Polygram TV

5. Whislin' Past The Graveyard ( 3.18 ) - Tom Waits - CD Used Songs Rhino Records

6. Haunted House ( 2.29 ) - Jumpin' Gene Simmons - CD Halloween Hits Demon Music

7. Shiloh Town ( 2.38 ) - Ed McGinley - CD Tangled Roots & Twisted Tales
Ed McGinley at Leeson Lounge Leeson Street Dublin with $1000 Wedding & Eileen Gogan Thursday 24th. October 9PM

8. River Woman ( 3.31 ) - Jim McHugh - CD My Nuclear Radio

9. River Man ( 4.30 ) - Nick Drake - CD Five Leaves Left Island Records

10. Time To Get Real ( 4.03 ) - Ben Reel - CD Time To Get Real
Appearing at The Imperial Hotel Cork ( See ) also on Saturday night Ryans of Kilkenny )

11. The Flinstones ( 3.02 ) - The Busquitos - CD Tacky Telly Tunes

12. True Love ( 2.42 ) - Shadow Shakers - CD Gimme Whatcha Got Twitter @shadowshakers

13. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby ( 2.46 ) - Lonk Wray & The Link Men - CD The Clock Chimes Twelve

14. Old Folks ( 5.26 ) - Scott Hamilton with Sandro Gisellini, Aldo Zunino & Alfred Kramer - CD Scott Hamilton
PROMO 2009

ON THIS DAY in MUSIC 23rd. October

23 Oct 1961
Dion started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Runaround Sue', it reached No.11 in the UK.
23 Oct 1962
12 year old Little Stevie Wonder recorded his first single for Motown Records, 'Thank You For Loving Me All The Way' backed by the Funk Brothers.
23 Oct 1963
Bob Dylan recorded 'The Times They Are A-Changin' at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City. Dylan wrote the song as a deliberate attempt to create an anthem of change for the time, influenced by Irish and Scottish ballads. In January 1984, a young Steve Jobs would recite the second verse of 'The Times They Are a-Changin' during his opening of the 1984 Annual Apple Shareholders Meeting, where he famously unveiled the Macintosh computer for the first time.
23 Oct 1963
The Beatles completed the final session for their second album 'With the Beatles' recording 'I Wanna Be Your Man.' The group then drove to London airport for a flight to Stockholm, Sweden to start their first foreign tour. The Fab four were met at Stockholm airport by hundreds of girl fans that had taken the day of school.
23 Oct 1963
The Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Mickie Most, The Rolling Stones, Julie Grant and The Flintstones all appeared at Odeon Theatre, Nottingham, England.
23 Oct 1964
All four members of US band Buddy and the Kings were killed when they hired a Cesna Skyhawk to take them to a gig in Harris County. Piloted by the bands drummer Bill Daniles, the plane crashed nose first killing all on board. Singer with the group Harold Box had replaced Buddy Holly in The Crickets after his death in a plane crash. He sang lead vocals on 'Peggy Sue Got Married.' The Great Gig In The Sky
23 Oct 1966
The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded their first single 'Hey Joe', at De Lane Lea studios in London. The earliest known commercial recording of the song is the late-1965 single by the Los Angeles garage band the The Leaves; the band then re-recorded the track and released it in 1966 as a follow-up single which became a hit.
23 Oct 1976
The Jam played an afternoon show in Soho Market, London, England and in the evening, The Clash appeared at The ICA in London.
23 Oct 1976
Chicago started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'If You Leave Me Now'. It was the group's 18th Top 40 and first US No.1, also a No.1 in the UK. It went on to win a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance.
23 Oct 1976
Led Zeppelin made their US television debut on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, they performed ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Dazed And Confused’.
23 Oct 1980
Mark David Chapman quit his security job and signed out for the last time. Instead of the usual "Chappy" he wrote "John Lennon". Chapman would murder Lennon on December 8th of this year outside his New York City home.
23 Oct 1982
Culture Club were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Do You Really Want To Hurt Me', the group's first chart topper and the first of 12 UK Top 40 hits. The song became a major hit after their memorable debut performance on Top Of The Pops when they stood in for Shakin' Stevens who was ill and not able to appear.
23 Oct 1989
Nirvana played their first ever European show when they appeared at Newcastle's Riverside Club in North East England. It was the first night of a 36 date European tour for the group who were sharing the bill with Tad.

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