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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The Cars – Touch And Go The lead-off single from The Cars’ third studio album, ‘Panorama’. For me, it’s one of the forgotten albums that didn’t have a lot of radio play other than the highest charting single from it, “Touch And Go”, which peaked at #37. John Lennon loved this song and mentions it…read more »
In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we will celebrate the talent and power of women in pop music, every Friday of this month! Madonna – Live To Tell Originally, producer/songwriter Pat Leonard composed this as part of a score for the movie Fire With Fire, however, and instrumental of it was…read more »
Paul Davis – I Go Crazy Paul Davis passed April 22, 2008, 1 day after his 60th birthday. He was about to record a new album that year. Celebrating the songwriting genius, we go back to 1977 and the #7 hit, “I Go Crazy” from his album ‘Singer of Songs: Teller of Tales”. I’ve always…read more »
Celebrating Kiki Dee’s 72nd birthday! Kiki Dee – I’ve Got The Music In Me Kiki Dee is the first British female to sign with Motown’s Tamla label. She had been in the music biz for most of the 60s in the UK. Minor hits there and BBC radio play… However, it wasn’t until 1973 when…read more »
Foreigner – That Was Yesterday This was the second single released from ‘Agent Provocateur’, Foreigner’s fifth studio album that had the #1 “I Want To Know What Love Is”. Peaking at #12 on the Hot 100, “That Was Yesterday” was one of the band’s last singles to hit the Top 40. read more »
Moody Blues – The Voice Coming from he band’s tenth studio album, ‘Long Distance Voyager’, and following the popularity of the album’s first single, “Gemini Dream” (#12 Hot 100), “The Voice” was ethereal and perfect for the “new wave” sound saturating Top 40 radio in the early 80s. “The Voice” peaked at #15 on the…read more »