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Monday, July 27, 2020

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 29th. July 2020 from 11.30AM on 103.2FMmor

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 29th. July 2020 from 11.30AM on 103.2FM or



1. Bad Penny ( 4.02 ) - Rory Gallagher - CD Top Priority

2. Follow Me ( 4.23 ) - Rory Gallagher - CD Top Priority Sony BMG

3. Black Magic Woman ( 2.52 ) - Fleetwood Mac - CD The Pious Bird Of Good Omen Blue Horizon
Peter Green (born Peter Allen Greenbaum; 29 October 1946 – 25 July 2020) RIP

4. West ( 3.39 ) - Old Hannah - EP Iron & Wood

5.Surfin' Safari ( 1.55 ) - The Beachboys - CD Golden Summer Hits

6. Wat Ye Wha I Met The Streen / The Ribbons Of The Redhead Girl / Ril Gan Anam ( 5.02 ) - Dave Swarbrick - CD Smiddyburn ( 1981 ) as part of It Suits Me Well The Transatlantic Sessions 1976/ 1983

7. Elshaneed ( 4.28 ) - Foy Vance - CD Irish Singers & Songwriters

8. Everything In It's Right Place ( 4.00 ) - Radiohead - CD Music From Vanilla Sky AllMusic

9. Last Goodbye ( 4.25 ) - Jeff Buckley - CD Music From Vanilla Sky AllMusic

10. Beyond The Reach Of Love ( 4.33 ) - Paul Brady - CD Irish Singers & Songwriters

11. Rock 'N' Roll Land ( 3.36 ) - Mannish Boy - CD Last Ticket to Rock 'N' Roll Land Paraply ecords

12. Our Love Will Not Decay ( 3.00 ) ( 1971 ) - Tir Na nOg - CD Tir Na nOg

13. Don't Let Go ( 3.17 ) - Wayne Gilroy - CD The Great Tribulation
RIP Died 21st. May 2020

14. Sparrow ( 1.54 ) - Lambert - CD True

On this day in music 29th. July
29 Jul 1956
Carl Perkins was on the UK singles chart with his debut UK hit 'Blue Suede Shoes'. Johnny Cash planted the seed for the song in the fall of 1955, while Perkins, Cash, Elvis Presley toured throughout the South. Cash told Perkins of a black airman whom he had met when serving in the military in Germany. He had referred to his military regulation air shoes as "blue suede shoes." Cash suggested that Carl write a song about the shoes.
29 Jul 1963
With the US charts full of Hot Rod songs, Capitol Records sent disc jockeys a list of car terms and phrases to help promote The Beach Boys latest release ‘Little Deuce Coupe’. The song first appeared as the B-side to The Beach Boys' 1963 single 'Surfer Girl'. The car referred to is the 1932 Ford Model 18 (deuce being for the year).
29 Jul 1963
Elvis Presley was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with '(You're The) Devil In Disguise'. His 14th UK No.1. In 1963, when the song was debuted to a British audience on the BBC television show Juke Box Jury, the celebrity guest John Lennon voted the song “a miss” stating on the new song that Elvis Presley was "like Bing Crosby now."
29 Jul 1965
The Beatles second feature film Help! had its UK premiere at The Pavilion in London. The Beatles later said the film was shot in a "haze of marijuana".
29 Jul 1966
Datebook published Maureen Cleave’s interview with John Lennon in which he said ‘We’re bigger than Jesus now.’ American Christian’s reacted with outrage, organising ‘Beatle bonfires’ burning the group's records.
29 Jul 1966
Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker made their live debut as Cream at The Twisted Wheel, Manchester, England. The group's third album, Wheels of Fire, was the world's first platinum-selling double album.
29 Jul 1966
Bob Dylan was riding his Triumph 55 motorcycle to a garage near his home in Woodstock, New York for repairs when the rear wheel locked. Dylan lost control and was thrown over the handlebars, suffering a broken neck vertebra. His recuperation led to a period of reclusive inactivity.
29 Jul 1967
The Doors started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with an edited version of 'Light My Fire'. The group's first US No.1, it only reached No.49 on the UK chart. Eventually, many radio stations in the US would start playing the full six minute and fifty second album cut, which features a longer instrumental break.
29 Jul 1967
The International Love-In Festival took place at Alexandra Palace London with Pink Floyd, Brian Auger Trinity with Julie Driscoll, The Animals, Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Tomorrow, Blossom Toes, Creation, The Nervous System and Apostolic Intervention.
29 Jul 1968
Gram Parsons left The Byrds on the eve of a tour of South Africa, refusing to play to segregated audiences.
29 Jul 1968
The first recording session of The Beatles seven-minute epic ‘Hey Jude’ took place at Abbey Road studios London. The Paul McCartney song was written about John Lennon's son Julian.
29 Jul 1972
Screaming Lord Sutch was arrested in London after jumping from a bus in Downing Street with four nude women. Sutch was publicising his forthcoming London gigs.
29 Jul 1973
Led Zeppelin played the last of three nights at Madison Square Garden, New York at the end of a 33-date North American tour. It was on this day that Led Zeppelin lost around $203,000 in cash after a thief made off with the receipts from the two Madison Square Garden concerts. The theft took place from the safe at The Drake Hotel in New York where the group were staying. Tour manager Richard Cole, who discovered the theft, was arrested as a suspect and questioned by police but was later released.
29 Jul 1974
Mamas & the Papas singer Cass Elliot died in her sleep from a heart attack after playing a sold out show in London, England. She was staying at Harry Nilsson's London flat when she died. Her solo hits included 'Dream a Little Dream of Me,' which also featured the rest of The Mamas & the Papas and 'It's Getting Better'. Had also been a member of The Mugwumps.
29 Jul 1978
The film soundtrack to Grease featuring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John went to No.1 on the US album chart.
29 Jul 1986
English songwriter, producer and manager Gordon Mills died of stomach cancer. Worked with Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones and Gilbert O'Sullivan. Wrote the 1963 No.4 UK hit ‘I'll Never Get Over You’, for Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, and ‘I'm The Lonely One’ a hit for Cliff Richard.

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