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Wednesday 8/26/2020 12am ET: Feature LP: Icehouse – White Heat – 30 Hits

White Heat: 30 Hits is a two-disc compilation album released by Australian band Icehouse on August 29, 2011 in Australia. While it is technically their third best-of compilation, following 1989’s Great Southern Land and 1992’s Masterfile (not counting a singles box set released in the mid-1990s that was not widely distributed), it is the first such compilation spanning the band’s entire career, including both their early- to mid-1980s hits and material from their most commercially successful period, beginning with the Man of Colours album.

The album presents the band’s complete singles catalogue, all in chronological order, with 15 tracks on each disc. There is also a 3-disc edition which includes a DVD featuring all 32 of the band’s music videos, also in chronological order. The DVD contains a 5.1 mix in Dolby Digital AC-3.

The compilation was announced on July 7, 2011, in a press release by Universal Music.

Following the release of the Flowers Icehouse 30th Anniversary edition earlier this year, I was overwhelmed by the incredible amount of support and enthusiasm there was out there for the entire Icehouse catalogue. Many of the requests for what to put out next focused around some of the compilations we had released in the past.

I looked at the past sets and realised that there had never been a collection of every single we’d ever released throughout the history of the band nor a DVD compilation of every clip so that’s what we decided to do. Our criteria for the inclusion of tracks was that they had to have been released somewhere in the world as a single AND have had a clip made for them (in a couple of cases, two clips!). (Iva Davies, speaking in the press release).

The album artwork was designed by Sydney design studio Debaser, and features the laser cage in which Iva Davies performed in during the band’s time as Flowers. This can be seen in the “Flowers Folio” section of the band’s website. The tracks were remastered by Steve Smart at Studios 301 Mastering.

The album was certified platinum in Australia in 2014.

1. “Can’t Help Myself” (as Flowers) 3:10
2. “We Can Get Together” (as Flowers) 3:46
3. “Walls” (as Flowers) 4:22
4. “Icehouse” (as Flowers) 4:24
5. “Love in Motion” (original single mix) 3:40
6. “Great Southern Land” 5:16
7. “Hey, Little Girl” 4:25
8. “Street Cafe” (single mix) 4:12
9. “Glam” (single version) 3:22
10. “Taking the Town” 3:34
11. “Don’t Believe Anymore” 5:17
12. “Dusty Pages” (single version) 4:03
13. “No Promises” 4:40
14. “Baby, You’re So Strange” 3:58
15. “Mr Big” 3:31

1. “Cross the Border” 4:23
2. “Crazy” 3:23
3. “Electric Blue” 4:24
4. “My Obsession” 4:09
5. “Man of Colours” 5:12
6. “Nothing Too Serious” 3:27
7. “Touch the Fire” 3:48
8. “Jimmy Dean” 3:42
9. “Big Fun” 4:00
10. “Miss Divine” 4:20
11. “Anything Is Possible” 4:20
12. “Satellite” 4:19
13. “Big Wheel” 4:27
14. “Invisible People” 6:11
15. “Love in Motion” (with Christina Amphlett) 4:41

 

Monday 8/17/2020 12pm ET: Feature Artist -Crosby, Stills and Nash (Young)

Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) were a folk rock supergroup made up of American singer-songwriters David Crosby and Stephen Stills, and English singer-songwriter Graham Nash. When joined by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young as a fourth member, they are called Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY). They are noted for their intricate vocal harmonies, often tumultuous interpersonal relationships, political activism, and lasting influence on American music and culture.

CSN formed in 1968 shortly after Crosby, Stills and Nash performed together informally in July of that year, discovering they harmonized well. Crosby had been asked to leave The Byrds in late 1967, and Stills’ band Buffalo Springfield had broken up in early 1968; Nash left his band The Hollies in December, and by early 1969 the trio had signed a recording contract with Atlantic Records. Their first album, Crosby, Stills & Nash, was released in May 1969, from which came two Top 40 hits, “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” [#21] and “Marrakesh Express” [#28]. In order to tour the album, the trio hired drummer Dallas Taylor and session bassist Greg Reeves, though they still needed a keyboardist; Ahmet Ertegun suggested Neil Young, who had played with Stills in Buffalo Springfield, and after some initial reluctance, the trio agreed, signing him on as a full member. The band, now named Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, started their tour, and played their second gig at Woodstock Festival in the early morning hours of August 18, 1969. The first album with Young, Déjà Vu, reached number one in several international charts in 1970, and remains their best selling album, going on to sell over 8 million copies with three hit singles. Four singles were released from the album including “Woodstock” [#11], “Teach Your Children” [#16], and “Our House” [#30]. The group’s second tour, which produced the live double album 4 Way Street (1971), was fraught with arguments between Young and Taylor, which resulted in Taylor being replaced by John Barbata, and tensions with Stills, which resulted in his being temporarily dismissed from the band. At the end of the tour the band split up. The group have since reunited several times, sometimes with and sometimes without Young, and have released eight studio and four live albums.

Crosby, Stills & Nash were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and all three members were also inducted for their work in other groups (Crosby for the Byrds, Stills for Buffalo Springfield and Nash for the Hollies). Neil Young has also been inducted as a solo artist and as a member of Buffalo Springfield but not as a member of CSN. They have not made a group studio album since 1999’s Looking Forward, and are inactive as of 2020. Whether or not this break is permanent remains to be seen, as the group has often been inactive for years at a time.

Sunday Programming 8/9/2020

SUNDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09:00 PM PT – MIDNIGHT MADNESS ROCK SHOW WITH MICHAEL TIFFANY
04:00 AM ET / 01:00 AM PT – THE BEATLES HOUR WITH L PAUL MARTIN (ENCORE)
05:00 AM ET / 02:00 AM PT – SYLVIA’S MUSIC MIX WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN (ENCORE)
07:00 AM ET / 04:00 AM PT – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN (ENCORE)
09:00 AM ET / 06:00 AM PT – VINYL RESTING PLACE WITH WILLIE B
12:00 PM ET / 09:00 AM PT – THAT THING WITH RICH APPEL
03:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM PT – DAN SWEENEY’S ONE HIT WONDERS
05:00 PM ET / 02:00 PM PT – DAN SWEENEY’S ONE HIT WONDERS OF THE MONTH
07:00 PM ET / 04:00 PM PT – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES WITH BOBBY JAY (ENCORE)
09:00 PM ET / 06:00 PM PT – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES 2: THE 80’S WITH BOBBY JAY (ENCORE)
11:00 PM ET / 08:00 PM PT – SAMMARCO BEATS WITH CHRIS SAMMARCO (ENCORE)

RadioMaxMusic Program Schedule

MONDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / 05 AM UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / 06 AM UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / 05 PM UK – FEATURE ARTIST
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / 07 PM UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
09:00 PM ET / 06 PM PT / 02 AM UK – FEATURE ARTIST


TUESDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / 05 AM UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / 06 AM UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / 05 PM UK – HAYES’ HARD DRIVE WITH DELANE HAYES
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / 07 PM UK – THE GROOVE LINE WITH RYAN DORAN
04:00 PM ET / 01 PM PT / 09 PM UK – FEATURE ARTIST
06:00 PM ET / 03 PM PT / 11 PM UK – HAYES’ HARD DRIVE WITH DELANE HAYES (ENCORE)
08:00 PM ET / 05 PM PT / 01 AM UK – THE GROOVE LINE WITH RYAN DORAN (ENCORE)
10:00 PM ET / 07 PM PT / 03 AM UK – LP LOUNGE WITH WILLIE B
11:00 PM ET / 08 PM PT / 04 AM UK – FEATURE ARTIST EXTRA

WEDNESDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
02:00 AM ET / 11 PM PT / +05 UK – LP LOUNGE WITH WILLIE B (ENCORE)
03:00 AM ET / 12 AM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE ARTIST
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE YEAR
08:00 PM ET / 05 PM PT / +05 UK – THE CHAIN WITH RON KOVACS
10:00 PM ET / 07 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE ARTIST

THURSDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE ARTIST
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
06:00 PM ET / 03 PM PT / +05 UK – CLASSIC COUNTDOWN WITH RON KOVACS

FRIDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE ARTIST
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / +05 UK – DONNA NYE’S BAD GIRLS RADIO SHOW
03:00 PM ET / 12 PM PT / +05 UK – THE BEATLES HOUR WITH L PAUL MARTIN
04:00 PM ET / 01 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE ARTIST
06:00 PM ET / 03 PM PT / +05 UK – RON KOVACS SHOW LIVE (ALL REQUEST SHOW)
10:00 PM ET / 07 PM PT / +05 UK – ROCK HARD WITH JAY CONROY

 

SATURDAY
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / +05 UK – FEATURE LP
01:00 AM ET / 10 PM PT / +05 UK – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
03:00 AM ET / 12 AM PT / +05 UK – 
DICK LEE AND 60’s GARAGE ROCK FROM CALIFORNIA
04:00 AM ET
 / 01 AM PT / +05 UK – ROCK HARD WITH JAY CONROY (ENCORE)
06:00 AM ET / 03 AM PT / +05 UK – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES ARCHIVE WITH BOBBY JAY
08:00 AM ET / 05 AM PT / +05 UK – MUSIC EXPERT RETRO COUNTDOWN WITH JEFF MICHAELS
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / +05 UK – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN
02:00 PM ET / 11 AM PT / +05 UK – SYLVIA’S MUSIC MIX WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN
04:00 PM ET / 01 PM PT / +05 UK – THE BEATLES HOUR WITH L PAUL MARTIN (ENCORE)
05:00 PM ET / 02 PM PT / +05 UK – DONNA NYE’S BAD GIRLS RADIO SHOW (ENCORE)
06:00 PM ET / 03 PM PT / +05 UK – DICK LEE AND 60’s GARAGE ROCK FROM CALIFORNIA (ENCORE)
07:00 PM ET / 04 PM PT / +05 UK – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES WITH BOBBY JAY
09:00 PM ET / 06 PM PT / +05 UK – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES 2: THE 80’S WITH BOBBY JAY
11:00 PM ET / 08 PM PT / +05 UK – SAMMARCO BEATS WITH CHRIS SAMMARCO

SUNDAY – UPDATED
12:00 AM ET / 09 PM PT / +05 UK – MIDNIGHT MADNESS ROCK SHOW WITH MICHAEL TIFFANY
04:00 AM ET / 01 AM PT / +05 UK – THE BEATLES HOUR WITH L PAUL MARTIN (ENCORE)
05:00 AM ET / 02 AM PT / +05 UK – SYLVIA’S MUSIC MIX WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN (ENCORE)
07:00 AM ET / 04 AM PT / +05 UK – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN (ENCORE)
09:00 AM ET / 06 AM PT / +05 UK – VINYL RESTING PLACE WITH WILLIE B
12:00 PM ET / 09 AM PT / +05 UK – THAT THING WITH RICH APPEL
03:00 PM ET / 12 PM PT / +05 UK – DAN SWEENEY’S ONE HIT WONDERS
05:00 PM ET / 02 PM PT / +05 UK – DAN SWEENEY’S ONE HIT WONDERS OF THE MONTH
07:00 PM ET / 04 PM PT / +05 UK – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES WITH BOBBY JAY (ENCORE)
09:00 PM ET / 06 PM PT / +05 UK – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES 2: THE 80’S WITH BOBBY JAY (ENCORE)
11:00 PM ET / 08 PM PT / +05 UK – SAMMARCO BEATS WITH CHRIS SAMMARCO (ENCORE)

Tuesday 7/14/2020 12am ET: Feature LP: Tears For Fears – Songs from the Big Chair !985)

Songs from the Big Chair is the second studio album by English pop rock band Tears for Fears, released on 25 February 1985 by Phonogram Records. The album peaked at number two in the UK and at number one in the US and Canada, becoming a multi-platinum seller in all three countries. It also reached number one in Germany and the Netherlands and Top 10 positions in various other countries including Australia, Switzerland, New Zealand and Italy. It spawned the international hit singles “Mothers Talk”, “Shout”, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”, “Head over Heels”, and “I Believe”. It remains their best-selling album to date.

A companion video documentary entitled Scenes from the Big Chair was released in late 1985. Once the band had finished a lengthy touring and promotion schedule for the album, they took an extended hiatus from the music industry.

1. “Shout” 6:31
2. “The Working Hour” 6:29
3. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” 4:09
4. “Mothers Talk” 5:04
5. “I Believe” 4:54
6. “Broken” 2:38
7. “Head over Heels” 5:02
8. “Listen” 6:54
9. “The Big Chair” (“Shout” b-side) 3:20
10. “Empire Building” (“Mothers Talk” b-side) 2:41
11. “The Marauders” (“The Way You Are” b-side) 4:13
12. “Broken Revisited” 5:15
13. “The Conflict” (“Change” b-side from The Hurting) 4:02
14. “The Working Hour” (piano version) 2:08
15. “Pharaohs” (“Everybody Wants to Rule the World” b-side) 3:42
16. “When in Love with a Blind Man” (“Head Over Heels” b-side) 2:22
17. “Sea Song” (“I Believe” (UK) / Mothers Talk (US)” b-side) 3:51

1. “The Way You Are” 4:49
2. “Mothers Talk” (single version) 3:53
3. “Shout” (single version) 5:58
4. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (single version) 4:14
5. “Head over Heels” (remix) 4:15
6. “I Believe” (A Soulful Re-Recording) 4:39
7. “Everybody Wants to Run the World” 4:30
8. “The Way You Are” (short version) 4:21
9. “Mothers Talk” (U.S. remix) 4:14
10. “Shout” (U.S. single version) 4:51
11. “Everybody Wants to Run the World” (running version) 4:30
12. “Head over Heels” (radio version) 4:20
13. “Mothers Talk” (video version) 4:37
14. “Shout” (short version) 4:03
15. “Listen” (clean intro) 6:50
16. “Interview with Curt & Roland” 7:35

1. “The Way You Are” (extended version) 7:37
2. “Mothers Talk” (extended version) 6:18
3. “Shout” (extended remix) 7:40
4. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” 5:40
5. “Broken/Head over Heels/Broken” (Preacher Mix) 8:00
6. “Mothers Talk” (Beat of the Drum Mix) 8:54
7. “Shout” (U.S. remix) 8:02
8. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (urban mix) 6:06
9. “Mothers Talk” (U.S. remix alternate) 4:12
10. “Shout” (dub) 6:49
11. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (instrumental) 4:21
12. “Shout” (a cappella) 5:02

1. “Head over Heels” (Radio 1, Richard Skinner Session) 4:14
2. “The Working Hour” (Radio 1, Richard Skinner Session) 6:06
3. “Broken” (Radio 1, Richard Skinner Session) 3:19
4. “Mothers Talk” (live at Massey Hall) 4:05
5. “Broken / Head over Heels” (live at Massey Hall) 5:01
6. “Memories Fade” (live at Massey Hall) 6:50
7. “The Working Hour” (live at Massey Hall) 7:31
8. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (live at Massey Hall) 4:19
9. “Shout” (live at Massey Hall) 7:50
10. “Mothers Talk” (early mix / instrumental) 4:39
11. “The Way You Are” (early mix) 4:25
12. “Broken” (early mix) 5:38
13. “Shout” (early mix) 5:08
14. “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (alternate single version) 4:20

Monday 7/6/2020 12pm ET: Feature Artist – Bill Haley

William John Clifton Haley (July 6, 1925 – February 9, 1981) was a pioneering American rock and roll musician. He is credited by many with first popularizing this form of music in the early 1950s with his group Bill Haley & His Comets and million-selling hits such as “Rock Around the Clock”, “See You Later, Alligator”, “Shake, Rattle and Roll”, “Rocket 88”, “Skinny Minnie”, and “Razzle Dazzle”, and has sold over 60 million records worldwide.

Bill Haley & His Comets were an American rock and roll band, founded in 1952 and continued until Haley’s death in 1981. The band was also known as Bill Haley and the Comets and Bill Haley’s Comets (and variations thereof). From late 1954 to late 1956, the group placed nine singles in the Top 20, one of those a number one and three more in the Top Ten. The single “Rock Around the Clock” became the biggest selling rock and roll single in the history of the genre.

Bandleader Bill Haley had previously been a country music performer; after recording a country and western-styled version of Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats “Rocket 88”, a rhythm and blues song, he changed musical direction to a new sound which came to be called rock and roll.

Although several members of the Comets became famous, Bill Haley remained the star. With his spit curl and the band’s matching plaid dinner jackets and energetic stage behavior, many fans consider them to be as revolutionary in their time as the Beatles were a decade later.

Following Haley’s death, no fewer than seven different groups have existed under the Comets name, all claiming (with varying degrees of authority) to be the continuation of Haley’s group. As of the end of 2014, four such groups were still performing in the United States and internationally.

 

Sunday Program Schedule 6/21/2020

SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE – JUNE 21, 2020 – HAPPY FATHERS DAY

12:00 AM ET – Midnight Madness Radio with Michael Tiffany
04:00 AM ET – Beatles Hour with L Paul Martin
05:00 AM ET – Sylvia’s Music Mix with Sylvia Fountain
07:00 AM ET – Sylvia’s Classic Rock Show with Sylvia Fountain
09:00 PM ET – Vinyl Resting Place with Willie B
12:00 PM ET – That Thing with Rich Appel
03:00 PM ET – One Hit Wonders with Dan Sweeney
05:00 PM ET – Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay
09:00 PM ET – June One Hit Wonders with Dan Sweeney
11:00 PM ET – Sammarco Beats with Chris Sammarco
12:00 AM ET – Feature LP

Saturday Program Schedule

SATURDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE – JUNE 20, 2020
12:00 AM ET – Feature LP: Heart – Strange Euphoria
03:00 AM ET – 60’s Garage Rock From California with Dick Lee
04:00 AM ET – Rock Hard Radio with Jay Conroy
06:00 AM ET – Great Soul Performances Archive with Bobby Jay
08:00 AM ET – Music Expert Retro Countdown with Jeff Michaels
12:00 PM ET – Sylvia’s Classic Rock Show with Sylvia Fountain
02:00 PM ET – Sylvia’s Music Mix with Sylvia Fountain
04:00 PM ET – Beatles Hour with L Paul Martin
05:00 PM ET – Bad Girls Radio Show with Donna Nye
06:00 PM ET – 60’s Garage Rock From California with Dick Lee
07:00 PM ET – Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay
11:00 PM ET – Sammarco Beats with Chris Sammarco
12:00 AM ET – Midnight Madness with Michael Tiffany

Monday 12pm ET: Feature Artist – Dave Mason


David Thomas Mason (born May 10, 1946) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist from Worcester, who first found fame with the rock band Traffic. Over the course of his career, Mason has played and recorded with many notable pop and rock musicians, including Paul McCartney, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Steve Winwood, Fleetwood Mac, Delaney & Bonnie, Leon Russell and Cass Elliot. One of Mason’s best known songs is “Feelin’ Alright”, recorded by Traffic in 1968 and later by many other performers, including Joe Cocker, whose version of the song was a hit in 1969. For Traffic, he also wrote “Hole in My Shoe”, a psychedelic pop song that became a hit in its own right. “We Just Disagree”, Mason’s 1977 solo US hit, written by Jim Krueger, has become a staple of US classic hits and adult contemporary radio playlists.

In 2004, Mason was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a founding member of Traffic. Within the same year, Mason started a new electric guitar company with business partner and Industrial Designer Ravi Sawhney. RKS Guitars was showcased at the 2004 NAMM show in Anaheim, CA.

Monday 10pm ET: Rock Show

RadioMax Sunday Program Schedule

Turn your clocks ahead!!!

12AM ET:  Midnight Madness with Michael Tiffany
05AM ET:  Brit Rock with Dominic Forbes
07AM ET:  Sylvia’s Classic Rock Show
09AM ET:  Vinyl Resting Place with Willie B
12PM ET:  That Thing with Rich Appel
03PM ET:  One Hit Wonders with Dan Sweeney
05PM ET:  Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay
09PM ET:  Vinyl Resting Place with Willie B
12AM ET:  Feature LP:  Elton John

Monday 5pm ET: Feature Artist – 5th Dimension

The 5th Dimension is an American popular music vocal group, whose repertoire includes pop, R&B, soul, jazz, light opera, and Broadway—the melange was coined as “Champagne Soul”.

Formed as The Versatiles in late 1965, the group changed its name to the hipper “the 5th Dimension” by 1966. They became well known during the late 1960s and early 1970s for their popular hits: “Up, Up and Away”, “Stoned Soul Picnic”, “Medley: Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures)”, “Wedding Bell Blues”, “One Less Bell to Answer”, “Never My Love”, “(Last Night) I Didn’t Get to Sleep at All”, and The Magic Garden LP.

The five original members were Billy Davis Jr., Florence La Rue, Marilyn McCoo, Lamonte McLemore, and Ronald Townson. They have recorded for several labels over their long careers. Their first work appeared on the Soul City label, which was started by Imperial Records/United Artists Records recording artist Johnny Rivers. The group later recorded for Bell/Arista Records, ABC Records, and Motown Records.

Some of the songwriters popularized by the 5th Dimension went on to careers of their own, especially Ashford & Simpson, who wrote “California Soul”. The group is also notable for having more success with the songs of Laura Nyro than Nyro did herself, particularly with “Stoned Soul Picnic”, “Sweet Blindness”, “Wedding Bell Blues”, “Blowin’ Away”, and “Save the Country”. The group also recorded songs by well-known songwriters such as “One Less Bell to Answer”, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and the songs and music of Jimmy Webb, who wrote their hit “Up, Up and Away”. The group recorded an album composed almost entirely of Webb songs called The Magic Garden.

The 5th Dimension’s producer, Bones Howe, used Bob Alcivar as the singers’ vocal arranger, as well as instrumental backing by the Wrecking Crew for their recording sessions.

Saturday Schedule

SATURDAY
12:00 AM ET – FEATURE LP
02:00 AM ET – RADIOMAXMUSIC MIX
06:00 AM ET – LP LOUNGE WITH WILLIE B
08:00 AM ET – MUSIC EXPERT RETRO COUNTDOWN WITH JEFF MICHAELS – NOVEMBER 5, 1966
12:00 PM ET – BRIT ROCK WITH DOMINIC FORBES
03:00 PM ET – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN
05:00 PM ET – 
DICK LEE AND 60’s GARAGE ROCK FROM CALIFORNIA
06:00 PM ET – FEATURE ARTIST – K.D. LANG

07:00 PM ET – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES WITH BOBBY JAY
09:00 PM ET – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES 2: THE 80’S WITH BOBBY JAY
11:00 PM ET – SAMMARCO BEATS WITH CHRIS SAMMARCO

Saturday Schedule on RadioMaxMusic

SATURDAY
12:00 AM ET – FEATURE LP
04:00 AM ET – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN (ENCORE)
06:00 AM ET – LP LOUNGE WITH WILLIE B (ENCORE)
08:00 AM ET – MUSIC EXPERT RETRO COUNTDOWN WITH JEFF MICHAELS
12:00 PM ET – BRIT ROCK WITH DOMINIC FORBES
03:00 PM ET – SYLVIA’S CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH SYLVIA FOUNTAIN
05:00 PM ET – 
DICK LEE AND 60’s GARAGE ROCK FROM CALIFORNIA
06:00 PM ET – FEATURE ARTIST – 10cc

07:00 PM ET – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES WITH BOBBY JAY
09:00 PM ET – GREAT SOUL PERFORMANCES 2: THE 80’S WITH BOBBY JAY
11:00 PM ET – SAMMARCO BEATS WITH CHRIS SAMMARCO

Birthdays – September 7

1934 – Little Milton, American singer and guitarist (d. 2005)
1939 – Latimore, American singer-songwriter and pianist
1949 – Gloria Gaynor, American singer-songwriter
1951 – Morris Albert, Brazilian singer-songwriter
1953 – Benmont Tench, American keyboardist and songwriter (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
1956 – Michael Feinstein, American singer and pianist
1956 – Diane Warren, American songwriter
1957 – Jermaine Stewart, American singer-songwriter and dancer (d. 1997)
1963 – Eazy-E, American rapper and producer (d. 1995)