Forgotten 45 @ :45

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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Today’s Forgotten 45 @ 45!

Tommy Shaw – Girls With Guns This was Tommy Shaw of Styx’s debut as a solo artist. The album, ‘Girls With Guns’  came out in 1984 and was his introduction to the masses after leaving Styx. The title track was the first single and did well on the Mainstream Rock chart where it peaked at…read more »

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The Moody Blues – Question It was the lead single released from The Moody Blues 1970 album, ‘A Question Of Balance’. It reached #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is still one of the band’s live staples and one of the most recognizable songs.read more »

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David Bowie and Mick Jagger – Dancing in the Street Recorded today in 1985 for the Live Aid fundraising event, Bowie and Jagger covered the Martha & The Vandellas 1964 hit, “Dancing in the Street”. A video followed and was in heavy rotation in MTV. The song did very well and peaked at #7 on…read more »

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Aerosmith – Last Child The first single to be released from the landmark Aerosmith album, ‘Rocks’, “Last Child” hit the Top 40, climbing the charts and eventually peaking at #21 on the Hot 100. Brad Whitford plays some of his best guitar work on this and is credited as co-writer with Steven Tyler. It’s still…read more »

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Kansas – All I Wanted In 1986, Kansas released ‘Power’. It was a bit of a turn from what Kansas fans expected. It was way more pop sounding and only a few rockers. “All I Wanted” was the band’s 21st single and their seventh and LAST Top 40 entry. Written by a couple of Steve’s,…read more »

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Sly & The family Stone – I Want To take You Higher The B side to the Top 40 hit and title of the 1969 album, ‘Stand!’, was less political and didn’t have a message like many of the other songs on the album. “I Want To Take You Higher” was an upbeat rocker with…read more »

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