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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wed. 5th. August 2020 from 11.30AM on

1.Run ( 4.59 0 - Niall O'Sullivan - CD Niall O'Sullivan IRISH ARTIST - 2015 RELEASE 2.Don't Interrupt The Sorrow ( 4.04 ) - Joni Mitchell - CD The Hissing Of Summer Lawns Wraner Music 1974 RELEASE 3. It's Only Make Believe ( 2.11 ) - Conway Twitty - CD Conway Twitter Sings as part of Conway Twitty Four Classic Albums 2020 PACKAGE RELEASE 4. Petrified Forest Road ( 2.07 ) - Ane Brun - CD Rariries 2005 COMPILATION RELEASE 5. She Belongs To Me ( 4.34 ) - Ane Brun - CD Rariries 2005 COMPILATION RELEASE 6. Edelweiss ( 4.10 ) - Anthony McQuillan - CD Like Vincent IRISH ARTIST - 2018 RELEASE 7. Littlejohn ( 4.55 ) - David Foley / Jack Smedley - CD Time To Fly Head East Records 2020 RELEASE 8. Happy Song ( 3.59 ) - Genne & Jesse - CD Say OK 2020 RELEASE 9. I Am The Sun ( 4.41 ) - Brooke Benson - CD I Am The Sun 2019 RELEASE 10. Train Whistle Blues ( 2.56 ) - Jimmie Rodgers - CD Train Whistle Blues as part of Jimmie Rodgers Four Classic Albums Plus 2020 RELEASE 11. My Rough & Rowdy Ways ( 2.30 ) - Jimmie Rodgers - CD Train Whistle Blues as part of Jimmie Rodgers Four Classic Albums Plus 2020 RELEASE 12. Sugar Mama ( 3.47 ) - Bonnie Rait - CD Home Plate Warner Music 1975 RELEASE 13. Danze Brasiliera ( 2.28 ) - Pat Coldrick - CD Cayendo IRISH ARTIST - 2010 RELEASE On this day in music 5th. August 5 Aug 1956 Doris Day was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Whatever Will Be Will Be', the singer actress' second UK No.1 single. The Oscar-winning song was featured in Alfred Hitchcock's 1956 film, The Man Who Knew Too Much, with Doris Day and James Stewart in the lead roles. 5 Aug 1957 American Bandstand first aired on US TV. Dick Clark had replaced Bob Horn the previous year when the show was still called Bandstand, Clark went on to host the show until 1989. Countless acts appeared on the show over the years, including ABBA, The Doors, Talking Heads, Madonna, Otis Redding, R.E.M. and Pink Floyd. 5 Aug 1965 The Beatles were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Help!' the group's eighth consecutive UK No.1 single. John Lennon later stated he wrote the lyrics of the song to express his stress after the Beatles' quick rise to success. "I was fat and depressed and I was crying out for 'Help'." 5 Aug 1965 Jan Berry of Jan and Dean was accidentally knocked off a camera car and broke his leg on the first day of filming a new film Easy Come, Easy Go. Several other people were also hurt, causing Paramount to cancel the movie entirely. 5 Aug 1966 The Beatles Revolver was released in the UK. The bands seventh album featured: ‘Taxman’, ‘Eleanor Rigby’, ‘I'm Only Sleeping’, ‘Here, There and Everywhere’, ‘She Said She Said’, ‘And Your Bird Can Sing’ and ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’. 5 Aug 1968 American country guitarist Luther Perkins died at the age of 40 as a result of severe burns and smoke inhalation. Perkins fell asleep at home in his den with a cigarette in his hand. He was dragged from the fire unconscious with severe second and third degree burns. Perkins never regained consciousness. He worked with Johnny Cash and The Carter Family and featured on the live album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison. 5 Aug 1969 George Harrison had his new Moog synthesizer brought into the studio for The Beatles to use in finishing their forthcoming album Abbey Road. Moog overdubs were recorded onto the new song 'Because'. 5 Aug 1972 Aerosmith signed to CBS Records for $125,000 after record company boss Clive Davis saw them play at Max's Kansas City Club New York. 5 Aug 1975 Drummer Sandy West and guitarist Joan Jett formed the first ever all female heavy rock band after being introduced by producer Kim Fowley. The Runaways released four studio albums, among its best known songs: 'Cherry Bomb', 'Queen's of Noise' and a cover of the Velvet Underground's 'Rock n Roll'. 5 Aug 1978 The Rolling Stones went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Miss You' the group's eighth US No.1. The song was written by Mick Jagger after jamming with keyboardist Billy Preston during rehearsals for forthcoming club dates the Stones were playing. 5 Aug 1979 Def Leppard signed to Phonogram records with an advance of £120,000 pounds ($180,000) giving them a 10% royalty on 100% of sales for the first two years. 5 Aug 1983 Crosby Stills Nash & Young member David Crosby was sentenced to five years in jail in Texas for cocaine and firearms offences. Crosby had slept through most of his trial. 5 Aug 1984 Bruce Springsteen played the first of ten nights at the Meadowlands in New Jersey to mark the homecoming of the Born in the USA Tour. 5 Aug 1986 Culture Club keyboard player Michael Rudetsky was found dead at Boy George's London home in Hampstead. LISTEN BACK :

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