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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Information Society – What’s On Your Mind (Pure Energy) It became a very big hit and a killer dance track from 1988. “What’s On Your Mind (Pure Energy) peaked at # 3 in October if 1988. It spent 25 weeks on the chart, making it the ONLY really recognizable hit from the American synth-pop group.…read more »
Sticking with the Paul McCartney theme this week! Paul McCartney – So Bad Originally the B-side to the single, “Pipes Of Peace” which charted at #15 in the US, some stations flipped it, helping “So Bad” reach number 23 on the Hot 100. One of the great love songs to Linda.read more »
Sticking with the Paul McCartney theme this week: Paul McCartney – Let ‘Em In A #3 Hot 100 hit from Wings’ album, “Wings At The Speed Of Sound” in 1976. The chimes in the beginning are, of course, known as door bells around the world, but are also: The Westminster Quarters is the most common name for…read more »
Staying with the week’s theme of Paul McCartney songs! Paul McCartney – Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey This was the first in a string of solo hits to top the charts for Paul McCartney. Uncle Albert was loosely based on Paul’s ACTUAL Uncle Albert. Admiral Halsey was based upon US Fleet Admiral William “Bull” Halsey. The song consisted of…read more »
It’s Paul McCartney themed ALL WEEK! Paul McCartney – Spies Like Us This is Paul’s title track to a Dan Akroyd/Chevy Chase comedy Spies Like Us. Both actors know McCartney well so I’m sure they, along with movie and director of the title video, John Landis, reached out for Paul’s help. It was first released in…read more »
This week’s Forgottn 45’s will all be Paul McCartney songs as I get geared up for the trip to see him LIVE at Lambeau on Saturday night! Paul McCartney – No More Lonely Nights Paul’s new song written and recorded for his misguided flop Give My Regards To Broadstreet film, “No More Lonely Nights” was…read more »