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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Tony Carey – A Fine, Fine Day Once a member of Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow, keyboardist and producer, Tony Carey began a solo career with mostly lackluster results. However, in 1984, Tony released ‘Some Tough City’ with the lead track “A Fine, Fine Day” is it’s first single! It did pretty well, spending an impressive 15…read more »
Rolling Stones – Harlem Shuffle A song originally written, recorded and released in 1963 by Bob & Earl, it made it to the Hot 100 but peaked just outside the Top 40 and peaked at #44. Then, in 1986, The Rolling Stones recorded and released it on the ‘Dirty Work’ album. This was the first…read more »
Enigma – Return To Innocence Romanian-German musician and producer Michael Cretu, come his project as Enigma. I was a fan as soon as the debut album, ‘MCMXC a.D’ came out in 1990. It’s a sensual, gothic, beat infused with Gregorian chant, sexy masterpiece. However, the second release, ‘The Cross of Changes’ in 1994, became a huge…read more »
It’s Art Garfunkel’s 79th birthday! Art Garfunkel (with James Taylor and Paul Simon) – (What A) Wonderful World Art Garfunkel was having a nice string of Top 40 and Hot 100 hits up to 1978’s ‘Watermark’ album. A Top 40 hit came from an old Sam Cooke/Lou Adler song that was also a hit back in…read more »
Maria Muldaur – Midnight At The Oasis From her self-titled album released in 1973, Maria Muldaur, who had been active in the folk-blues scene since the early 60s, comes “Midnight At The Oasis”. She’s gone on to play with all of the legends of the blues at one time or another. She’s still known as…read more »