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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Toad The Wet Sprocket – Fall Down Coming from the 1994 album, ‘Dulcinea’ this single was Toad The Wet Sprocket’s last to hit the Top 40. “Fall Down” number one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1994 and stayed there for six weeks! It peaked at #33 on the US Hot 100.read more »
Sammy Hagar – Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy From my favorite Sammy Hagar album, ‘Three Lock Box’, came Sammy’s ONLY Top 20 solo hit! “Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy” peaked at #13 on the Hot 100 and did well enough to make the 1983 Year End Top 100 chart, hitting #79!read more »
Atlanta Rhythm Section – Imaginary Lover From the album, ‘Champagne Jam’, ARS released a song about loving ones self when they don’t have an actual partner. Not kidding. It also mentions that sometimes having the “Imaginary Lover” is better than the real thing as there’s no commitments, hassles, arguments, or getting bored of them over…read more »
The Fixx – Stand Or Fall The Fixx is a band that I think should have been even bigger than they were (or are). They had great songwriting and lyrics and seemed to have been able to create songs that we’re considered to be pop but since they were radio friendly, they worked. Cy Curnin…read more »
Al Jarreau – Mornin’ Smooth jazz vocalist, Al Jarreau, first got started in 1969 and within a few years, he mad rounds on the talk shows of the day like Dinah Shore, Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin and others. By 1975. Warner Bros. Records found and signed and in February 1976, he was the featured musical…read more »
Tesla – Love Song Tesla’s second album, ‘The Great Radio Controversy’ from 1989, became their biggest album, by far and had some great -made-for-radio tunes. “Love Song” was a staple on MTV and was the third and final single to come from the album. It was also their biggest hit, peaking at #10 on the…read more »