Every weekday at 3:45pm, Shawn Foxx gives you the Forgotten 45 @ :45! He plays a song that you haven’t heard in so long, you’ve forgotten it. The Forgotten 45 @ :45, only on 105.7 KOKZ!
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Al Stewart – Time Passages The song and album of the same name was produced by the legendary Alan Parsons! “Time Passages” hit the top 10 and peaked at #7 in 1978. Al Stewart was still riding high in the popularity of his previous hit, “Year Of The Cat”, from 1976, also produced by Parsons.…read more »
Boys Don’t Cry – I Wanna Be A Cowboy Considered a “One-hit Wonder”, Boys Don’t Cry was a British pop band that used electronics and synths to give them their sound. They are mostly remembered by this novelty hit, “I Wanna Be A Cowboy”, which peaked at #12 on the Hot 100 in 1986. The…read more »
Bob Welch – Ebony Eyes This is the second single from his ‘French Kiss’ album, released in 1978. The song peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100! This was a great feeling for Bob as this is his first solo album after leaving Fleetwood Mac. By the way, an unknown singer by the name…read more »
Jim Croce – Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues One of the many “story songs” Jim Croce was a master at, “Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues” is about a guy who believes he is bound for greatness, but dreaming of bigger and better things while working at a car wash. Funny and meaningful, Jim…read more »
Billy Idol – Flash For Fantasy Released as the third single from the smash ‘Rebel Yell’ album, “Flesh For Fantasy” followed the popularity of “Eyes Without A Face”. It peaked at #29 on the Hot 100 but fared better on the Mainstream Rock Chart, peaking at #3! Click her for the whole Playlist and past…read more »
Eddie Money – I Wanna Go Back Originally, this song came out in 1984 on American rock band, Billy Satellite’s self-titled album but wasn’t a major hit until two years later when Eddie Money covered it. Released as a single from Eddie’s sixth studio album, ‘Can’t Hold Back’ and as the follow-up single to the…read more »