Monday 9/20/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Blues Traveler – four (1994)

Four is the fourth album by American rock band Blues Traveler, released on September 13, 1994. Blues Traveler broke into the mainstream following the release of four.

four peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and is most known for its hits “Run-Around” and “Hook”, which charted at No. 8 and 23, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100. Both songs also charted in the top 20 on the Mainstream Rock and Modern Rock charts. According to the RIAA, the album is certified as 6× Platinum (6 million copies sold in the U.S.). “Run-Around” won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group.

  1. “Run-Around” – 4:40
  2. “Stand” – 5:19
  3. “Look Around” – 5:42
  4. “Fallible” – 4:47
  5. “The Mountains Win Again” – 5:06
  6. “Freedom” – 4:01
  7. “Crash Burn” – 2:59
  8. “Price to Pay”– 5:17
  9. “Hook” – 4:49
  10. “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” – 1:55
  11. “Just Wait” – 5:34
  12. “Brother John” – 6:38

Brendan Hill – percussion, drums
Chan Kinchla – electric and acoustic guitar, mandolin, backing vocals on “Brother John”
John Popper – vocals, harmonica, 12-string guitar on “Look Around”
Bobby Sheehan – bass guitar, backing vocals on “Brother John”
Adam Brody – backing vocals
Warren Haynes – slide guitar on “The Mountains Win Again”
Bashiri Johnson – percussion
Chuck Leavell – piano, keyboards
Jono Manson – vocals on “Brother John”
Paul Shaffer – keyboards on “Stand”
Pete Kovachevich – sitar, tambura

Monday 9/20/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Human League – Crash (1986)

Crash is the fifth studio album by British synthpop band The Human League, released on September 8, 1986. Crash would provide the band with their second US number-one single, “Human”, the same year. It was produced by the American production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis who also wrote several tracks.

  1. “Money” 3:54
  2. “Swang” 4:36
  3. “Human” 4:25
  4. “Jam” 4:19
  5. “Are You Ever Coming Back?” 4:53
  6. “I Need Your Loving” 3:43
  7. “Party” 4:29
  8. “Love on the Run” 3:53
  9. “The Real Thing” 4:17
  10. “Love Is All That Matters” 6:09

Philip Oakey – synthesizers, keyboards, vocals
Philip Adrian Wright – synthesizers
Susan Ann Sulley – vocals
Joanne Catherall – vocals
Ian Burden – keyboards, bass, vocals
Jim Russell – guitars, drums, percussion, programming
Paul Rabiger – keyboards, arrangements
Jimmy Jam – keyboards, synthesizers, programming
Terry Lewis – bass, drums, percussion, backing vocals
Lisa Keith – backing vocals

Sunday 9/19/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Bruce Springsteen – The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (1973)

The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle is the second studio album by American rock singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. It was recorded by Springsteen with the E Street Band at 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York, and released on November 5, 1973 by Columbia Records. It includes the song “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)”, the band’s most-used set-closing song through 1985.

As with Springsteen’s first album released earlier in the year, The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle was well-received critically but had little commercial success at the time, nationally. Locally though, the album sold well, was played regularly on Northeast AOR stations and did make Springsteen a local phenomenon. Once Springsteen achieved nationwide popularity with Born to Run, several selections from this album became popular FM radio airplay and concert favorites. On November 7, 2009, Springsteen and the E Street Band played the album in its entirety for the first time during a concert at Madison Square Garden.

The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle has gone on to sell nearly 3 million albums. This was the final Springsteen album to feature original pianist David Sancious. In the 2020 updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, the album was ranked at number 345.

  1. “The E Street Shuffle” 4:31
  2. “4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)” 5:36
  3. “Kitty’s Back” 7:09
  4. “Wild Billy’s Circus Story” 4:47
  5. “Incident on 57th Street” 7:45
  6. “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)” 7:04
  7. “New York City Serenade” 9:55

Bruce Springsteen – lead vocals (all tracks), guitar (all tracks), recorder (track 1), maracas (track 1), harmonica (track 4), mandolin (track 4)
Clarence Clemons – tenor saxophone (tracks 1, 2, 3, 6, 7), backing vocals (tracks 1, 2, 3, 6, 7), pennywhistle (track 2)
Danny Federici – backing vocals (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7), accordion (tracks 2, 4) organ (tracks 3, 5), second piano (track 5)
Garry Tallent – bass guitar (all tracks except 4), tuba (tracks 1, 4), backing vocals (track 3)
David Sancious – piano (all tracks except 1, 4), clavinet (track 1), soprano saxophone (track 1), electric piano (track 1), backing vocals (track 1), organ solo (track 3), mellotron (track 7), string arrangement (track 7)
“Mad Dog” Vini Lopez – drums, percussion (all tracks except 4), backing vocals (tracks 1, 3, 7), cornet (track 1)
Richard Blackwell – percussion (tracks 1, 7)
Albany “Al” Tellone – baritone saxophone (track 1)
Suki Lahav – choir vocals (tracks 2, 5)

Sunday 9/19/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Jade Bird – Different Kinds of Light (2021)

Different Kinds of Light is the second full-length album from British singer-songwriter Jade Bird. The album was released on August 13, 2021.

  1. “DKOL” 1:33
  2. “Open Up the Heavens” 2:41
  3. “Honeymoon” 2:50
  4. “Punchline” 3:14
  5. “Different Kinds of Light” 3:05
  6. “Trick Mirror” 2:33
  7. “I’m Getting Lost” 3:01
  8. “Houdini” 3:16
  9. “1994” 2:14
  10. “Now Is the Time” 3:35
  11. “Candidate” 2:29
  12. “Red White and Blue” 2:41
  13. “Rely On” 3:47
  14. “Prototype” 3:16
  15. “Headstart” 2:22

Saturday 9/18/21 12pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1970 A to Z (Part 2)

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1970 A2Z. We have edited the list to 1300 titles and we’ll feature them here every week. If we miss any we’ll feature those in the last edition.

A List of the tunes featured in this special will be added at the end.

Friday 9/17/21 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1970 A to Z

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1970 A2Z. We have edited the list to 1300 titles and we’ll feature them here every week. If we miss any we’ll feature those in the last edition.

A List of the tunes featured in this special will be added at the end.

Friday 9/17/21 1pm ET: Feature Artist: The Tubes


The Tubes are a San Francisco-based rock band. Their eponymous 1975 debut album included the single “White Punks on Dope,” while their 1983 single “She’s a Beauty” was a top-10 U.S. hit and its music video was frequently played in the early days of MTV. The band also performed in the 1980 film Xanadu, singing the rock portion of the cross-genre song “Dancin'” opposite a big band.

Friday 9/17/21 12pm ET: Feature Artist – Five Man Electrical Band

The Five Man Electrical Band (known as The Staccatos from 1963–68) is a Canadian rock group from Ottawa, Ontario. They had many hits in Canada, including the top 10 entries “Half Past Midnight” (1967) (as The Staccatos), “Absolutely Right” (1971) and “I’m a Stranger Here” (1972). Internationally, they are best known for their 1971 hit single “Signs”.