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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In the 1600s, midwives created super-strong beer to ease the pain of labor! The bottle alone was one reason I had to buy it. Real corked bottle with that cage thing keeping it in place. While maybe it’s just marketing, making it look like an important release, it worked on me. I found that it’s…read more »
Jerry Reed – Amos Moses The incomparable Jerry Reed was quite a character. He was brash, funny, quirky and one hell of a guitar player. Most see him with the Bandit, driving the big rig across the country or singing on Hee-Haw, but Jerry was an EXCELLENT guitar picker, the likes of Chet Atkins. In…read more »
Eurythmics – Missionary Man From 1986 and Eurythmics sixth studio album, ‘Revenge’, the single “Missionary Man” did very well on MTV due the to the new stop-animation filming of the video, just like Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” earlier in the year. It also got lots of radio play and ended up one of Annie Lennox and…read more »
Celebrating the life and music of Prince, who passed away 4 years ago today. Prince – I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man “I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man” was originally recorded in 1982 and shelved. Prince and The Revolution were working on a double album that was to be…read more »
Billy Joel – The Entertainer The only single to come from Billy Joel’s 1974 album, ‘Streetlife Serenade’, “The Entertainer” was a comment by Joel about the fleeting idolatry of a pop star, mentioning that while they have a hit song, everyone loves them, but when they fall off the charts, people forget about them quickly.…read more »
KISS – Rocket Ride The second to last track on the double album, ‘ALIVE II’ became a Top 40 hit for the band. They had no idea it would be a hit, nor did they plan for it do anything. In fact, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley aren’t even on the recording! When ‘ALIVE II’…read more »