Category: RadioMax Shows

Friday, June 2, 2023 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Deep Purple – Infinite (2017)

Infinite is the twentieth studio album by English rock band Deep Purple, released on April 7, 2017.

1. “Time for Bedlam” 4:35
2. “Hip Boots” 3:23
3. “All I Got Is You” 4:42
4. “One Night in Vegas” 3:23
5. “Get Me Outta Here” 3:58
6. “The Surprising” 5:57
7. “Johnny’s Band” 3:51
8. “On Top of the World” 4:01
9. “Birds of Prey” 5:47
10. “Roadhouse Blues” 6:00

Live At Hellfest 2017
“Time For Bedlam”
“Strange Kind Of Woman”
“Uncommon Man”
“The Surprising”
“Birds Of Prey”
“Perfect Strangers”
“Space Truckin'”
“Smoke On The Water”
“Peter Gunn/Hush”

Thursday, June 1, 2023 11pm ET: Feature LP: Radney Foster – Labor of Love (1995)

Labor of Love is the second studio album by American country music artist Radney Foster. It was released April 11, 1995 on Arista Records, peaking at #61 on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts and producing three chart singles. It was also his final release for Arista Nashville, although his third album — 1999’s See What You Want to See — was issued on Arista Austin.

“Willin’ to Walk” 2:39
“Labor of Love” 3:38
“My Whole Wide World” 4:31
“Never Say Die” 4:08
“Jesse’s Soul” 4:40
“Everybody Gets the Blues” 3:04
“If It Were Me” 4:40
“Broke Down” 3:24
“Precious Pearl” 4:13
“Last Chance for Love” 4:05
“Walkin’ Talkin’ Woman” 2:37
“Making It Up as I Go” 4:35

Joan Besen – piano, clavinet, bells
Sam Bush – fiddle
Mary Chapin Carpenter – background vocals
Joey Click – bass guitar
Deryl Dodd – background vocals
Dan Dugmore – acoustic guitar, pedal steel guitar
Steve Fishell – pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar
Radney Foster – acoustic guitar, lead vocals, background vocals
Bill Hullett – lead guitar, 12-string guitar
Carl Jackson – background vocals
Michael Joyce – bass guitar
Albert Lee – lead guitar, mandolin
Jimmy Maddox – Hammond B-3 organ
Mike McAdam – lead guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, 6-string bass guitar
Bob Mummert – drums, percussion, timpani, castanets
Lloyd Maines – pedal steel guitar
Lee Roy Parnell – slide guitar
Kim Richey – background vocals
Harry Stinson – background vocals
Pete Wasner – piano

Thursday, June 1, 2023 10pm ET: Feature LP: Boston (1976)

Boston is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Boston. Produced by Tom Scholz and John Boylan, it was released on August 25, 1976, in the United States by Epic Records. Scholz had studied classical piano in his childhood and became involved in the Boston music scene in the late 1960s. He subsequently started to concentrate on demos recorded in his apartment basement with singer Brad Delp; they had received numerous rejection letters from major record labels in the early 1970s. By 1975 the demo tape had fallen into the hands of CBS-owned Epic Records, who signed them.

Epic wanted the band to record in Los Angeles with a record producer, but Scholz was unwilling and wanted to record the album in his basement studio, so he hired Boylan to run interference with the label. In an elaborate ruse, Scholz tricked the label into thinking the band was recording on the West Coast, when in reality, the bulk was being tracked solely by Scholz at his Massachusetts home. The album’s contents are a complete recreation of the band’s demo tape, and contain songs written and composed many years prior. The album’s style, often referred to as the “Boston sound”, was developed through Scholz’s love of classical music, melodic hooks and guitar-heavy rock groups such as the Kinks and the Yardbirds, as well as a number of analogue electronic effects developed by Scholz in his home studio. Scholz would later found Scholz Research & Development, Inc. to market many of his inventions that he used in developing the sound on the album.

Besides Scholz, who played most of the instruments on nearly all of the tracks, and Delp, other musicians appear on the album. Drummer Jim Masdea worked extensively with Scholz during the writing, arranging, and demo process and plays drums on one song on the final album, “Rock & Roll Band”. Sib Hashian plays drums on the rest of the tracks. Guitarist Barry Goudreau and bassist Fran Sheehan, who joined the band after most of the tracks had been recorded, contribute some overdubs to “Foreplay/Long Time” and appear in the final track on the album, “Let Me Take You Home Tonight”, which was recorded separately from the rest of the album.

The album was released by Epic in August 1976 and sold extremely well, breaking sales records, becoming the best-selling debut LP in the US at the time, and winning the RIAA Century Award as best selling debut album. The album’s singles, most notably “More Than a Feeling” and “Long Time”, were both AM and FM hits, and nearly the entire album receives constant rotation on classic rock radio. The album has been referred to as a landmark in 1970s rock and has been included on many lists of essential albums. It has sold 17 million copies in the United States alone and 25 million worldwide.

  1. “More Than a Feeling” 4:46
  2. “Peace of Mind” 5:02
  3. “Foreplay/Long Time” 7:47
  4. “Rock & Roll Band” 3:00
  5. “Smokin'” 4:20
  6. “Hitch a Ride” 4:12
  7. “Something About You” 3:48
  8. “Let Me Take You Home Tonight” 4:44

Tom Scholz – electric guitars, lead guitar, acoustic guitars, clavinet, organ, bass guitar, design consultant, remastering, liner notes, production, engineering
Brad Delp – lead and harmony vocals; acoustic guitar on “Let Me Take You Home Tonight”
Sib Hashian – drums all tracks except “Rock & Roll Band”
Jim Masdea – drums on “Rock & Roll Band”
Barry Goudreau – rhythm guitars, lead guitars on “Foreplay/Long Time” and “Let Me Take You Home Tonight”
Fran Sheehan – bass guitar on “Foreplay” and “Let Me Take You Home Tonight”

Thursday, June 1, 2023 9pm ET: Feature LP: Dregs – Industry Standard (1982)

Industry Standard is the sixth studio album by the Dregs, released in 1982. The album garnered the group their fourth Grammy nomination. This was the final album by the Dregs before their split in 1983, and their last one for 12 years until the release of Full Circle in 1994.

Industry Standard was the band’s only album featuring vocals by Alex Ligertwood (Santana) and Patrick Simmons (the Doobie Brothers); Ligertwood sang on “Crank It Up”, while Simmons sang on and co-wrote “Ridin’ High”.

  1. “Assembly Line” 4:25
  2. “Crank It Up” 3:35
  3. “Chips Ahoy” 3:39
  4. “Bloodsucking Leeches” 3:59
  5. “Up in the Air” 2:27
  6. “Ridin’ High” 3:40
  7. “Where’s Dixie?” 3:57
  8. “Conversation Piece” 6:12
  9. “Vitamin Q” 5:33

T Lavitz – Keyboards, Saxophone
Rod Morgenstein – Drums
Steve Morse – Banjo, Guitar
Mark O’Connor – Violin
Andy West – Bass, Bass (Electric)
Steve Howe duet with Steve Morse, ‘Up in the Air’ – Guitar
Alex Ligertwood – “Crank It Up” – Vocals
Patrick Simmons – “Ridin’ High” – Vocals

Thursday, June 1, 2023 8pm ET: Feature LP: Camel – I Can See Your House From Here (1979)

I Can See Your House from Here is the seventh studio album by English progressive rock band Camel. Released in October 1979, a new line up was introduced with founding members Andrew Latimer (guitar) and Andy Ward (drums) joined by bassist Colin Bass (to replace Richard Sinclair) and keyboardists Jan Schelhaas (who joined in 1978 for the Breathless tour) and Kit Watkins (ex-Happy The Man) who replaced Dave Sinclair. At one point, the album was going to be called Endangered Species.

“Wait” 5:02
“Your Love Is Stranger Than Mine” 3:26
“Eye of the Storm” 3:52
“Who We Are” 7:52
“Survival” 1:12
“Hymn to Her” 5:37
“Neon Magic” 4:39
“Remote Romance” 4:07
“Ice” 10:17

Andrew Latimer – guitars, flute, backing vocals; autoharp on “Who We Are”; lead vocals on “Who We Are”, “Hymn to Her” and “Neon Magic”
Colin Bass – bass, backing vocals; lead vocals on “Wait” and “Your Love Is Stranger Than Mine”
Kit Watkins – Hammond C3 organ, Solina synthesizer, Yamaha electric grand piano, Rhodes electric piano, Moog synthesizer, Minimoog, Hohner Clavinet, Prophet-5, Yamaha CS-80, EMS Sequencer, flute
Jan Schelhaas – Yamaha CS-80, Yamaha electric grand piano, grand piano, Prophet-5, Moog synthesizer, Minimoog, EMS Sequencer
Andy Ward – drums, percussion
Mel Collins – alto saxophone on “Your Love Is Stranger Than Mine”
Phil Collins – percussion
Rupert Hine – backing vocals
Simon Jeffes – orchestral arrangements on “Who We Are” and “Survival”

Thursday, June 1, 2023 7pm ET: Feature LP: Lenny Kravitz – Let Love Rule (1989)

Let Love Rule is the debut studio album of American rock musician Lenny Kravitz, released on September 6, 1989, by Virgin Records. Then-wife Lisa Bonet wrote the lyrics to “Fear” and co-wrote the lyrics on the song “Rosemary”; other than that the album is virtually a one-man Kravitz show, as he wrote and produced all the songs and played nearly all the instruments.

Let Love Rule reached number 61 on the Billboard 200, while it peaked at number 56 on the UK Albums Chart. The album is also featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. The video for the lead single “Let Love Rule” was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist.

“Sittin’ on Top of the World” 3:16
“Let Love Rule” 5:42
“Freedom Train” 2:50
“My Precious Love” 5:15
“I Build This Garden for Us” 6:16
“Fear” 5:20
“Does Anybody Out There Even Care” 3:42
“Mr. Cab Driver” 3:49
“Rosemary” 5:27
“Be” 3:16

Lenny Kravitz – lead and backing vocals, all other instruments
Alfred Brown – viola (tracks 6, 10)
Tisha Campbell – additional background vocals (track 5)
Eric Delente – violin (tracks 5, 12)
Karl Denson – saxophone (tracks 2-4, 7, 8, 11, 13)
Lou Elex – violin (track 6)
Henry Hirsch – bass (tracks 5, 12), Fender Rhodes (tracks 5-7), harmonium (track 12), organ (tracks 2, 4, 5, 9), piano (tracks 4, 10, 13)
Nancy Ives – cello (tracks 5, 12)
Lee Jaffe – harmonica (tracks 9, 12)
Jean McClain – additional background vocals (track 5)
Kermit Moore – cello (tracks 6, 10)
Gene Orloff – violin (track 6)
Yolanda Pittman – additional background vocals (track 5)
Matthew Raimondi – violin (tracks 6, 10)
Maxine Roach – viola (track 6)
Mark Shuman – cello (tracks 6, 10)
John Tintaualle – violin (track 6)
Adam Widoff – 2nd guitar (track 6)
Winterton Yarvey – violin (track 6)

Thursday, June 1, 2023 6pm ET: Feature LP: Tame Impala – Innerspeaker (2010)

Innerspeaker is the debut studio album by Australian musical project Tame Impala. Recorded at a remote beach shack in Western Australia during the winter of 2009, the album was released on May 21, 2010 by Modular Recordings.

Innerspeaker was acclaimed by critics for its reminiscence of 1960s psychedelic rock. The album peaked at number 4 on the ARIA Charts and was certified platinum in the country. At the J Awards of 2010, the album won Australian Album of the Year. It was recognized as the 83rd Best Album of the Decade So Far by Pitchfork in August 2014.

  1. “It Is Not Meant to Be” 5:22
  2. “Desire Be Desire Go” 4:26
  3. “Alter Ego” 4:48
  4. “Lucidity” 4:30
  5. “Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind?” 3:19
  6. “Solitude Is Bliss” 3:55
  7. “Jeremy’s Storm” 5:28
  8. “Expectation” 6:02
  9. “The Bold Arrow of Time” 4:24
  10. “Runway, Houses, City, Clouds” 7:15
  11. “I Don’t Really Mind” 3:46

Kevin Parker – recording, production; all vocals and instruments except:
Dom Simper – bass guitar (track 9), additional guitar (track 10), additional sound effects (track 7)
Jay Watson – drums (tracks 6, 9), guitar (interlude after track 9)

Thursday, June 1, 2023 4pm ET: That JJ Kane Show with JJ Kane FRSA @caravanmediapr

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Listen Live:

Oasis – Hey Now
Shambolics – Like A Breeze
Blindness & Light – The Old Skylight
The Great Leslie – Wait Around
The Guapos – Nunca Te Quise
Zane Ezra – The Joker
Sarantos – Sunflower

Pure Persuasion Project – What A Wonderful World ( I Don’t Know Much )
Don Bacon – Caseous
Akram Abdulfattah – Over Darwashat
Jean – Michele Jarre – Oxygen Part 1 /Part 3/Part 4 Mix
Marti West – Always

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 4pm ET: That JJ Kane Show with JJ Kane FRSA @caravanmediapr

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More new music #Friday Feeling Listen Live:

The Beat UK – Mirror In The Bathroom
Skalinka – House On Fire
Jamie XX – Kill Dem
Tiken Jah Felony ft Winston McAnuff – I Can Hear
Nashville Jam – I Come From Earth

Mikaylin – Gravity
Aynsley Lister – Bide My Time
Tony Lee King – Hey Man
Some Velvet Morning – Love Begins
Goldfinger – 99 Red Balloons
Grave Jones – Lies
Winchester Revival – Born For The Road

White Spirit – Don’t Say No
LEKIDDO – Lord of The Lobsters! – Think Of The Joy You Bring
Lady Silver – Pigeons
Kalia Shields – No Matter