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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Culture Club – Move Away A single that comes from Culture Club’s fourth studio album, ‘From Luxury to Heartache’ in 1986. “Move Away” was a Top 20 hit in the U.S. peaking at #12 with help from MTV and a heavy rotation video playing… General Hospital fans may remember it playing during an episode soon after…read more »
Paul McCartney – Press Back to 1986 with Paul McCartney and the lead off single from his album, ‘Press To Play’. This was the beginning of a downturn in the quality of McCartney’s writing and was the last single to hit the Top 40 until 1989 and working with Elvis Costello on ‘My Brave Face”.…read more »
It was 30 years ago, in the very early hours of August 27th, 1990, the helicopter carrying Stevie Ray Vaughn and some members of Eric Clapton’s band, crashed into a hillside near the Alpine Valley Music Theater in Wisconsin, where SRV, Clapton, Buddy Guy, Jeff Healey, Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan, and Bonnie Raitt played two consecutive…read more »
Toto – I’ll Be Over You This is the first single from Toto’s 1986 album, ‘Fahrenheit’ and was sung be lead guitarist, Steve Lukather. “I’ll Be Over You” was a ballad telling how a man who broke up with his woman, realizing he’d made a mistake, tries to tell her he was wrong to do…read more »
Leon Russell – Tight Rope Leon Russell was a unique cat. He’d been playing with EVERYONE and arranging some of the biggest hits for others when he finally decided to record on his own. He has one of those “down home” kind of voices… not quite southern but certainly a laid back lilt. That’s part…read more »
Yes – Love Will Find A Way Three years had gone by before Yes released a follow-up to the very successful 1984 “comeback” album, ‘90125’. The release of ‘Big Generator’ in 1987, Yes showed that they learned from ‘90125’, that radio friendly tunes could make them very wealthy and being in younger fans, who then…read more »