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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Jon Bon Jovi – Miracle After the very long ‘New Jersery’ tour, Bon Jovi had had enough of each other and were on the brink of break up. Jon suggested everyone go their separate ways for a while, with no date to reconvene. Musically, Richie Sambora wrote, recorded and released an amazing solo album, ‘Stranger…read more »
Stereo MC’s – Connected This is the first single and title track to the Stereo MC’s third album, ‘Connected’ released in 1992. I immediately loved it as it was played all over Top 40 radio. It was funk, pop, house, R&B, you name it! It was such a great groove built into some great dance…read more »
Sheila E. – The Glamorous Life Written by Prince and then recorded by singer/percussionist, Sheila E.,it was also the title track to her debut album produced by herself and Prince (under the pseudonym of Jamie Starr and the Starr Company). “The Glamorous Life” was the title track to her debut album and was all over the…read more »
Steve Forbert – Romeo’s Tune From the realm of “One Hit Wonders” comes Steve Forbert! Not exactly a pop/rock name (still can’t figure out how Englebert Humperdink made it), but he did have one Top 20 Hit in 1979-80. “Romeo’s Tune” was all over pop AM radio and ended up peaking at 11 on the…read more »
Run-DMC featuring Aerosmith – Walk This Way Originally released in 1975 on Aerosmith’s ‘Toys In The Attic’, eleven years later, hip-hop pioneers, Run-DMC recorded “Walk This Way” with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry and it charted higher than the beloved original! Master producer, Rick Rubin, brought the ‘Toys…’ album in to have them listen to…read more »
George Harrison – When We Was Fab This is the second single released from George Harrison’s “comeback” album, ‘Cloud 9’ from 1987. After the popularity of “I’ve Got My Mind Set On You”, George and his friend, ELO’s Jeff Lynne, who produced the album, released a song about his days as a Beatle. “When We…read more »