Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 22nd. January 2020 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM GMT on 103.2 Dublin City FM or dublincityfm.ie
LISTEN BACK :
1. Jigs ( A Melbourne Morning / Gillean an Drobhair ( Traditional ) ( 5.51 ) / The Pneumatic Drills - Ewen Henderson - CD Steall ewen-henderson.com
2. Stay With Me ( 2.48 ) - Stephen Fearing - CD The Unconquerable Past stephenfearing.ca
2020 RELEASE DUE 31st. January
3. Fire Dance ( 6.02 ) - Bill Whelan - CD Riverdance 25th. Anniversary Music From The Show billwhelan.com riverdance.com deccagold.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2019 RELEASE
ART OF THE TRIO - DAVID OLNEY RIP David Charles Olney (March 23 1948 – January 18, 2020) was an American folk singer-songwriter.
4. Redtail Hawk ( 3.47 ) - David Olney - CD Dutchman's Curve davidolney.com
5. Little Sparrow ( 3.15 ) - David Olney - CD Dutchman's Curve davidolney.com
6. Whistle Blow ( 3.32 ) - David Olney - CD One Tough Town davidolney.com
7. Duquesne Whistle ( 5.29 ) - Bob Dylan - CD Tempest bobdylan.com Columbia Records
8. Arthur McBride ( 7.07 ) - Andy Irvine & Paul Brady - CD Andy Irvine & Paul Brady andyirvine.com paulbrady.com
IRISH ARTIST - 1976 RELEASE
DOUBLE SHOT - ETTA JAMES Etta James (born Jamesetta Hawkins; January 25 1938 – January 20 2012)
9. Dance With Me Henry ( 2.22 ) - Etta James - CD Miss Etta James ( 1958 ) as part of Etta James Five Classic Albums avidgroup.co.uk
2017 PACKAGE RELEASE
10. Prisoner Of Love ( 2.12 ) - Etta James - CD Sings For Lovers ( 1962 ) as part of Etta James Five Classic Albums avidgroup.co.uk
2017 PACKAGE RELEASE
11. Winter Blows ( 3.10 ) - The Waterboys - CD Cloud Of Sound Puck Records
IRISH ARTIST - 2002 RELEASE
12. We Travelled So Far ( 4.28 ) - Mary Chapin Carpenter - CD The Age Of Miracles
13. Sour Times ( 3.18 ) - Milos - CD The Sound Of Silence Decca Records
14. Hats Off To Larry ( 2.00 ) - Del Shannon - SINGLE
On this day in music 22nd. January
22 Jan 1959
Alone with an acoustic guitar and tape recorder in his New York City apartment Buddy Holly made his last recordings, including ‘Peggy Sue Got Married’, ‘Crying, Waiting, Hoping’, ‘That's What They Say’, ‘What To Do’, ‘Learning The Game’ and ‘That Makes It Tough’. The recordings would be overdubbed posthumously and were later released by Coral Records.
22 Jan 1963
The Beatles appeared on three UK radio programs. First The Beatles recorded a session for the show Pop Inn at the BBC Paris studio, they then went to the Playhouse Theatre also in London, to tape a radio appearance on Saturday Club, recording five songs. Then the Beatles went back to the BBC Paris studio to record an appearance on The Talent Spot recording 'Please Please Me', 'Ask Me Why' and 'Some Other Guy' before a live audience.
22 Jan 1966
The Beach Boys went into the studio to record 'Wouldn't It Be Nice', which would be the opening track on their forthcoming album Pet Sounds.
22 Jan 1967
The Monkees performed live for the very first time at The Cow Palace, San Francisco to a sell-out crowd.
22 Jan 1969
The Beatles moved from Twickenham Film Studios to Apple studios in London to start recording the "Get Back" LP. Billy Preston was brought into the sessions (John, Paul, and George knew Preston from 1962, when he was a member of Little Richard's backing group). The Beatles were determined to record the album "live", flaws and all.
22 Jan 1970
Steel Mill, (featuring Bruce Springsteen) opened for The Elvin Bishop Band at The Matrix in San Francisco, California. Steel Mill were paid only $5 for the gig, The Elvin Bishop Band received $90 as headliner.
22 Jan 1972
David Bowie 'came out' as bisexual during an interview in the British music weekly Melody Maker.
22 Jan 1972
Don McLean's album 'American Pie' started a seven week run at No.1 in the US album chart.
22 Jan 1977
Paul McCartney went to No.1 on the US album chart with 'Wings Over America', Paul McCartney's sixth US No.1 after The Beatles.
22 Jan 1983
The new 24-hour music video network MTV started broadcasting to the West Coast of America after being picked up by Group W Cable, Los Angeles.