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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Rainbow – Stone Cold After Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple, he started his own band, Rainbow, with Ronnie James Dio. Ronnie left to front Black Sabbath after Ozzy was sacked. Ritchie needed a now lead singer. Graham Bonnet filled that spot for one album. So, Ritchie needed another frontman. Enter Joe Lynn Turner! Released in…read more »
Culture Club – I’ll Tumble For Ya Released in 1983 and coming from the platinum-plus debut album, ‘Kissing To Be Clever’, we got our first glimpse of Boy George and Culture club’s hit, “I’ll Tumble For Ya”! The video was played in heavy rotation on MTV and that helped it climb the charts to peak…read more »
The Farm – Groovy Train If you’re anywhere near my age (47), and you were listening to Top 40 FM radio in high school or maybe just after you graduated, you’ll remember this one! MTV was playing the video by Liverpool band, The Farm, and was played on the radio enough for it to climb…read more »
Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill The original title was “Deal With God” but EMI reps decided it should be changed so that religious countries wouldn’t blacklist it because of the word ‘God’. Kate Bush agreed to release it as, “Running Up That Hill” about man and woman understanding each other better but aren’t…read more »
Toad The Wet Sprocket – Fall Down Coming from the 1994 album, ‘Dulcinea’ this single was Toad The Wet Sprocket’s last to hit the Top 40. “Fall Down” number one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1994 and stayed there for six weeks! It peaked at #33 on the US Hot 100.read more »
Sammy Hagar – Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy From my favorite Sammy Hagar album, ‘Three Lock Box’, came Sammy’s ONLY Top 20 solo hit! “Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy” peaked at #13 on the Hot 100 and did well enough to make the 1983 Year End Top 100 chart, hitting #79!read more »