Category: Feature LP

Saturday 1/28/23 6pm ET: Feature LP: Journey – Frontiers (1983)

Frontiers is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Journey, released on January 23, 1983 on Columbia Records. This was the band’s last album to feature bassist Ross Valory until 1996’s Trial by Fire.

The album reached No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and would garner four top 40 singles: “After the Fall” (No. 23), “Send Her My Love” (No. 23), “Faithfully” (No. 12), and “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” (No. 8), and a rock radio hit in “Chain Reaction”. The album would later achieve the RIAA certification of six times platinum.

The album had been sequenced and prepped for pressing when, in a last-minute conference with Journey’s A&R man Michael Dillbeck, two songs were pulled from the original lineup, “Ask the Lonely” and “Only the Young”. These two tracks were replaced with “Back Talk” and “Troubled Child”. “Ask the Lonely” was utilized in the soundtrack for the film Two of a Kind. “Only the Young” would find its way into the Top Ten two years later, as part of the soundtrack of the movie Vision Quest.

The band recorded a song called “All That Really Matters,” with keyboardist Jonathan Cain singing lead, during the album sessions. It didn’t see release until the 1992 release of the Time3 box set.

Frontiers was the band’s highest-charting album in the United Kingdom, reaching No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart in 1983.

  1. “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” 5:23
  2. “Send Her My Love” 3:55
  3. “Chain Reaction” 4:21
  4. “After the Fall” 5:01
  5. “Faithfully” 4:27
  6. “Edge of the Blade” 4:30
  7. “Troubled Child” 4:29
  8. “Back Talk” 3:17
  9. “Frontiers” 4:10
  10. “Rubicon” 4:19
  11. “Only the Young” 4:18
  12. “Ask the Lonely” 3:55
  13. “Liberty” 2:54
  14. “Only Solutions” 3:33

Steve Perry – lead vocals
Neal Schon – lead guitar, backing vocals
Jonathan Cain – keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Ross Valory – bass guitar, backing vocals
Steve Smith – drums, percussion
Randy Jackson – bass guitar on “After the Fall”

Saturday 1/28/23 6am ET: Feature LP: Guns N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction (1987)

Appetite for Destruction is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Guns N’ Roses. It was released on July 21, 1987, by Geffen Records. The album was released to little mainstream attention in 1987. It was not until the following year that Appetite for Destruction became a commercial success, after the band had toured and received significant airplay with the singles “Welcome to the Jungle”, “Paradise City” and “Sweet Child o’ Mine”. The album peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200 and became the seventh best-selling album of all time in the United States, as well as the best-selling debut album. With over 30 million copies sold worldwide, it is also one of the best-selling albums of all time.

Although critics were originally ambivalent toward the album, Appetite for Destruction has received retrospective acclaim and has been viewed as one of the greatest albums of all time. In 2018, it was re-released as a remastered box set to similar acclaim.

  1. “Welcome to the Jungle” 4:31
  2. “It’s So Easy” 3:21
  3. “Nightrain” 4:26
  4. “Out ta Get Me” 4:20
  5. “Mr. Brownstone” 3:46
  6. “Paradise City” 6:46
  7. “My Michelle” 3:39
  8. “Think About You” 3:50
  9. “Sweet Child o’ Mine” 5:55
  10. “You’re Crazy” 3:16
  11. “Anything Goes” 3:25
  12. “Rocket Queen” 6:13

W. Axl Rose – lead vocals, synthesizer on “Paradise City”, percussion
Slash – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, talk box, backing vocals
Izzy Stradlin – rhythm guitar, lead guitar, backing vocals, percussion
Duff “Rose” McKagan – bass guitar, backing vocals
Steven Adler – drums

Friday 1/27/23 11pm ET: Feature LP: White Reaper – Asking For A Ride (2023)

White Reaper is an American garage punk band based in Louisville, Kentucky. The band is composed of Tony Esposito (guitar/vocals), Ryan Hater, Hunter Thompson, Nick Wilkerson, and Sam Wilkerson. The band has released two EPs and three full-length albums, their first album in 2015 White Reaper Does It Again, and The World’s Best American Band in 2017. White Reaper released their third studio album You Deserve Love on October 18, 2019, their major label debut.

Asking For A Ride released January 27, 2023

1 Asking for a Ride 2:55
2 Bozo 2:35
3 Fog Machine 3:13
4 Getting into Trouble w/ the Boss 2:59
5 Funny Farm 2:04
6 Pink Slip 3:18
7 Heaven or Not 3:16
8 Crawlspace 3:01
9 Thorn 3:23
10 Pages 2:34

Tony Esposito – guitar, vocals
Ryan Hater – keyboard
Hunter Thompson – guitar
Nick Wilkerson – drums, percussion
Sam Wilkerson – bass

Friday 1/27/23 9pm ET: Feature LP: Uriah Heep – Chaos & Colour (2023)

Uriah Heep – Chaos & Colour released January 27, 2023

1 Save Me Tonight
2 Silver Sunlight
3 Hail the Sunrise
4 Age of Changes
5 Hurricane
6 One Nation, One Sun
7 Golden Light
8 You’ll Never Be Alone
9 Fly Like an Eagle
10 Freedom to Be Free
11 Closer to Your Dreams

Mick Box – guitar, backing vocals (1969–present)
Phil Lanzon – keyboards, backing vocals (1986–present)
Bernie Shaw – lead vocals (1986–present)
Russell Gilbrook – drums (2007–present)
Dave Rimmer – bass, backing vocals (2013–present)

Friday 1/27/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Sam Smith – Gloria (2023)

Gloria is the fourth studio album by English singer and songwriter Sam Smith, released on January 27, 2023 through Capitol Records. It is Smith’s first album since Love Goes (2020). It was preceded by the singles “Love Me More”, “Unholy”, a collaboration with German singer Kim Petras, and “Gimme”, a collaboration with Jamaican musician Koffee and Canadian singer Jessie Reyez. “Unholy” was promoted as the lead single and topped charts in Australia, Austria, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States, becoming both Smith and Petras’ first chart-topper in the latter.

Upon release, the album received generally favorable reviews from music critics, whom complimented Smith’s vocal performance, yet were critical of its production, and songwriting.

  1. “Love Me More” 3:23
  2. “No God” 3:17
  3. “Hurting Interlude” 0:18
  4. “Lose You” 3:10
  5. “Perfect” (with Jessie Reyez) 3:51
  6. “Unholy” (with Kim Petras) 2:36
  7. “How to Cry” 2:40
  8. “Six Shots” 2:30
  9. “Gimme” (with Koffee and Jessie Reyez) 2:49
  10. “Dorothy’s Interlude” 0:08
  11. “I’m Not Here to Make Friends” (with Calvin Harris and Jessie Reyez) 3:49
  12. “Gloria” 1:50
  13. “Who We Love” (with Ed Sheeran) 2:42

Sam Smith – vocals (1, 2, 4–9, 11–13), programming (tracks 3, 10), background vocals (6)
Jodi Milliner – bass guitar (1, 2, 5, 7, 8)
Ben Jones – guitar (1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 11)
Reuben James – organ (1), Rhodes (2, 8), piano (5, 8)
Jimmy Napes – programming (1, 2, 4, 5, 9), background vocals (6)
Mikkel S. Eriksen – programming (1, 2, 5, 9)
Tor Erik Hermansen – programming (1, 2, 5, 9)
Alexis Marche Addison – additional vocals (1)
Amber Clemons – additional vocals (1)
Ant Clemons – additional vocals (1)
Ashley Clemons – additional vocals (1)
Cedric Jackson II – additional vocals (1)
Daniel Cagan – additional vocals (1)
Darien Champagne – additional vocals (1)
Dylan Del-Olmo – additional vocals (1)
Eric Bellinger – additional vocals (1)
Jasmine “GoGo” Morrow – additional vocals (1)
Jeremih – additional vocals (1)
Julian Blake Ray – additional vocals (1)
Julian Tabb – additional vocals (1)
Jwan Anthony – additional vocals (1)
Scott Carter – additional vocals (1)
Shameka Marie – additional vocals (1)
Solomon Fulton – additional vocals (1)
Tayler Green – additional vocals (1)
Ty Dolla Sign – additional vocals (1)
Vanessa “Nettie” Wood – additional vocals (1)
Jerry Wonda – bass guitar (1)
Ladonna Young – background vocals (2, 8, 9), vocals (4)
Vula Malinga – background vocals (2, 8, 9), vocals (4)
Patrick Linton – background vocals (2, 9), vocals (4)
Chris Worsey – cello (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Ian Burdge – cello (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Tony Woollard – cello (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Vicky Matthews – cello (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Chris Laurence – double bass (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Stacey Watton – double bass (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Earl Harvin – drums (2, 5, 8)
Simon Hale – string arrangement (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Adrian Smith – viola (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Andy Parker – viola (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Jenny Lewisohn – viola (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
John Metcalfe – viola (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Reiad Chibah – viola (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Charis Jenson – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Charlie Brown – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Everton Nelson – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Ian Humphries – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Louisa Fuller – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Lucy Wilkins – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Marianne Haynes – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Natalia Bonner – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Patrick Kiernan – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Perry Montague-Mason – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Richard George – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Steve Morris – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Warren Zielinski – violin (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13)
Blake Slatkin – programming (4)
Cirkut – programming (4), background vocals (6)
Ilya – programming (4), background vocals (6)
Omer Fedi – programming (4); bass guitar, guitar (7)
Nuno Bettencourt – guitar (5)
Jessie Reyez – vocals (5, 9, 11)
Kim Petras – vocals (6)
Mike Hough – background vocals (8)
Loshendrix – programming (8)
Nez – programming (8)
Koffee – vocals (9)
Calvin Harris – programming (11)
Alison Ponsford-Hill – background vocals (12)
Andrew Tipple – background vocals (12)
Caroline Fitzgerald – background vocals (12)
Catriona Holsgrove – background vocals (12)
Christina Gill – background vocals (12)
Edmund Hastings – background vocals (12)
Edward Ballard – background vocals (12)
Edward Grint – background vocals (12)
Elizabeth Poole – background vocals (12)
George Cook – background vocals (12)
Henry Moss – background vocals (12)
Jacqueline Barron – background vocals (12)
James Botcher – background vocals (12)
James Davey – background vocals (12)
Jenni Harper – background vocals (12)
Jonathan Wood – background vocals (12)
Judi Brown – background vocals (12)
Ksynia Loeffler – background vocals (12)
Lotte Betts-Dean – background vocals (12)
Natalie Clifton Griffith – background vocals (12)
Philip Brown – background vocals (12)
Philippa Murray – background vocals (12)
Robin Bailey – background vocals (12)
Ruth Kiang – background vocals (12)
Sara Davey – background vocals (12)
Steve Trowell – background vocals (12)
Vanessa Heine – background vocals (12)
Victoria Meteyard – background vocals (12)
London Voices – choir (12)
Lucy Goddard – chorus master (12)
Ben Parry – musical direction (12)
Johnny McDaid – bass guitar, guitar (13)
Chris Laws – drums (13)
Steve Mac – keyboards (13)
Ed Sheeran – vocals (13)

Friday 1/27/23 5pm ET: Feature LP: Ava Max – Diamonds & Dancefloors (2023)

Diamonds & Dancefloors is the second studio album by American singer Ava Max. It was released on January 27, 2023, through Atlantic Records.

  1. “Million Dollar Baby” 3:04
  2. “Sleepwalker” 3:10
  3. “Maybe You’re the Problem” 3:10
  4. “Ghost” 3:01
  5. “Hold Up (Wait a Minute)” 2:28
  6. “Weapons” 2:31
  7. “Diamonds & Dancefloors” 2:35
  8. “In the Dark” 2:52
  9. “Turn Off the Lights” 2:36
  10. “One of Us” 2:59
  11. “Get Outta My Heart” 3:00
  12. “Cold as Ice” 2:23
  13. “Last Night on Earth” 2:57
  14. “Dancing’s Done” 2:46

Ava Max – vocals
Cirkut – all instruments, programming (tracks 1–5, 7–13)
David Stewart – all instruments, programming (1)
Abraham Dertner – all instruments, programming (2, 3)
Jonas Jeberg – all instruments, programming (2, 3)
Johnny Goldstein – all instruments, programming (5)
Omer Fedi – all instruments, programming (8)
Connor McDonough – all instruments, programming (9, 12, 13)
Burns – all instruments, programming (10)
Jason Evigan – all instruments, programming (11)
Jakke Erixson – all instruments, programming (12)

Friday 1/27/23 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Richard Marx – A Night Out With Friends (2012)

A Night Out With Friends is a two disc live album by Richard Marx with the second disc being a DVD, the second of his career. Accompanying the release of A Night Out With Friends, the live performance video was broadcast on PBS’, Front Row Center concert series, episode 109 began airing on May 31, 2012. Richard Marx’ friends, in order of appearance and song performed: Sara Niemietz (“Keep Coming Back”), Matt Scannell (“You’re A God”), JC Chasez (“This I Promise You”) and Hugh Jackman (“To Where You Are”).

Endless Summer Nights
One Thing Left
Hazard
Through My Veins
When You Loved Me
This I Promise You (with JC Chasez)
The Letter (with Hugh Jackman)
Satisfied
Should’ve Known Better
Right Here Waiting
Over My Head
Wouldn’t Let Me Love You

Thursday 1/26/23 11pm ET: Feature LP: Jefferson Starship – Earth (1978)

Earth is the fourth album by American rock band Jefferson Starship. The album was recorded in 1977, with the same band lineup as the previous album, Spitfire and released February 6, 1978.

The band had not toured in 1977, partly due to Marty Balin’s reluctance to commit to the band. The song “Count on Me” became a Top 10 single, peaking at No. 8. The album hit No. 5 on the Billboard charts. A US and European tour followed. A riot in West Germany occurred after the band decided not to play without Grace Slick, who was inebriated. They lost their guitars and equipment during the riot and played one more tense show on West German TV in Hamburg, after which Slick left the band for one album. Marty Balin led the band for one more show at a Genesis concert at the Knebworth Festival in England using rented equipment. When they returned to the US, drummer John Barbata left the band after a serious car accident. This would be the end of the 1970s line-up and several new members joined the band, as well as a new record producer. Success of this album led to Jefferson Starship being contracted to provide a song for the Star Wars Holiday Special.

  1. “Love Too Good” 6:03
  2. “Count on Me” 3:14
  3. “Take Your Time” 4:08
  4. “Crazy Feelin'” 3:38
  5. “Skateboard” 3:18
  6. “Fire” 4:44
  7. “Show Yourself” 4:36
  8. “Runaway” 5:18
  9. “All Nite Long” 6:28

Marty Balin – lead (2, 4, 6, 8) and backing vocals
Grace Slick – lead (1, 3, 5, 7) and backing vocals, piano (7)
Paul Kantner – lead (9) and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
Craig Chaquico – lead guitar, rhythm guitar (1, 4, 5, 7)
David Freiberg – bass (1-4, 6, 7), organ (5, 8, 9), backing vocals
Pete Sears – bass (5, 8, 9), electric piano (1), organ (1-4, 6, 7), Moog (1, 5, 9), synthesizer (1), piano (2-4, 6), celeste (2), clavinet (4, 6), backing vocals
John Barbata – drums, congas, percussion, backing vocals
Gene Page – strings, horns
Jesse Barish – background vocals

Thursday 1/26/23 10pm ET: Feature LP: Doobie Brothers – The Captain and Me (1973)

The Captain and Me is the third studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on March 2, 1973, by Warner Bros. Records. It features some of their most popular hits including “Long Train Runnin'”, “China Grove” and “Without You”. The album is certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA.

  1. “Natural Thing” 3:17
  2. “Long Train Runnin'” 3:25
  3. “China Grove” 3:14
  4. “Dark Eyed Cajun Woman” 4:12
  5. “Clear as the Driven Snow” 5:18
  6. “Without You” 4:58
  7. “South City Midnight Lady” 5:27
  8. “Evil Woman” 3:17
  9. “Busted Down Around O’Connelly Corners” 0:48
  10. “Ukiah” 3:04
  11. “The Captain and Me” 4:53

Tom Johnston – acoustic and electric guitars, harmonica on “Long Train Runnin'”, ARP synthesizer, lead and backing vocals
Patrick Simmons – acoustic and electric guitars, ARP synthesizer, banjo on “The Captain and Me”, lead and backing vocals
Tiran Porter – bass, backing vocals
John Hartman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Michael Hossack – drums, congas, timbales
Bill Payne – piano on “China Grove”, “South City Midnight Lady” and “Ukiah”, organ on “Without You”, electric piano on “Dark Eyed Cajun Woman”
Jeffrey ‘Skunk’ Baxter – pedal steel guitar on “South City Midnight Lady”
Ted Templeman – percussion, backing vocals on “Without You”[15]
Nick DeCaro – string arrangements on “Dark Eyed Cajun Woman”, “South City Midnight Lady” and “Evil Woman”
Malcolm Cecil, Robert Margouleff – ARP synthesizer programming on “Natural Thing”, “Clear as the Driven Snow”, “South City Midnight Lady” and “Ukiah”

Thursday 1/26/23 9pm ET: Feature LP: Beck, Bogert & Appice (1973)

Beck, Bogert & Appice is the only studio album by the rock band Beck, Bogert & Appice, released on March 26, 1973. The group was a power trio featuring guitarist Jeff Beck (who had already been a member of The Yardbirds), bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice (both formerly with Vanilla Fudge and Cactus).

The album contains Beck’s version of the song “Superstition” which was written by Stevie Wonder. The song had grown out of a jam session between Beck and Wonder, with Beck introducing Wonder to the song’s iconic opening drum part. In return for Beck’s work on Talking Book, Wonder had given the song to Beck to record and release as his own single, however delays in the release of the Beck, Bogert & Appice album meant that Wonder’s version was released first.

Beck, Bogert & Appice was released in both conventional 2-channel stereo and 4-channel quadraphonic versions. This was the band’s only studio album, as Beck’s departure forced a sudden dissolution in 1974.

  1. “Black Cat Moan” 3:47
  2. “Lady” 5:33
  3. “Oh to Love You” 4:05
  4. “Superstition” 4:19
  5. “Sweet Sweet Surrender” 3:58
  6. “Why Should I Care” 3:33
  7. “Lose Myself with You” 3:18
  8. “Livin’ Alone” 4:13
  9. “I’m So Proud” 4:11

Jeff Beck – guitars, lead vocals on “Black Cat Moan”
Tim Bogert – bass guitar, lead vocals (on “Superstition”, “Why Should I Care”, “Lose Myself with You”), vocals
Carmine Appice – drums, lead vocals (on “Lady”, “Oh to Love You”, “Sweet Sweet Surender”, “Livin’ Alone”, “I’m So Proud”)
Jimmy Greenspoon – piano on “Sweet Sweet Surrender”
Duane Hitchings – piano and Mellotron on “Oh to Love You”
Danny Hutton – background vocals on “Sweet Sweet Surrender”

Thursday 1/26/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Fish – Suits (1994)

Suits (1994) is the fourth solo album by former Marillion singer Fish, and his third studio album with original material (discounting 1993’s cover project Songs from the Mirror). It is the first album to be released on Fish’s new own label, the Dick Bros Record Company, which he set up after being dropped by Polydor. The album continues the cooperation with producer James Cassidy who had already produced Songs from the Mirror. Cassidy also contributed keyboards recordings and co-wrote five out of ten songs on the original version of this album. Together with keyboardist Foster Paterson, who had been part of the tour line-up since 1992 and co-wrote three tracks, Cassidy takes the role previously held by Mickey Simmonds. Further songwriting credits go to guitarist Robin Boult and bassist David Paton.

The album took Fish the longest time yet to make, several songs on it had already premiered live in summer of 1992.

“Mr 1470” 6:04
“Lady Let It Lie” 6:53
“Emperor’s Song” 6:18
“Fortunes Of War” 7:50
“Somebody Special” 5:22
“No Dummy” 6:16
“Pipeline” 6:43
“Jumpsuit City” 6:49
“Bandwagon” 5:07
“Raw Meat” 7:17

Derek W Dick (Fish) – lead vocals
David Paton – bass guitar, backing vocals
Foster Paterson – keyboards, backing vocals
Frank Usher – guitars
Robin Boult – guitars
Kevin Wilkinson – drums, percussion
James Cassidy – additional keyboards
Lorna Bannon – additional backing vocals
Danny Campbell – additional backing vocals
Know Academy Senior Choir, conducted by Ken Johnson – choir (2)
Marc Duff – whistles and flutes (4, 9)
Charlie McKerron – fiddle (5, 9)
Bill Gilles – saxophone (4, 6)
Fraser Speirs – harmonica (8)
David Murray – bagpipe

Thursday 1/26/23 10am ET: Feature Greatest Hits LP: Wham! – The Best of Wham! (1997)

The Best of Wham!: If You Were There… is the second UK-released compilation to summarise the career of British pop duo Wham!. It was released in 1997, and peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart. The end of the album features a hidden track that was first heard on their debut album, Fantastic.

  1. “If You Were There” 3:43
  2. “I’m Your Man” 4:06
  3. “Everything She Wants” 6:30
  4. “Club Tropicana” 4:30
  5. “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” 3:51
  6. “Like a Baby” 4:16
  7. “Freedom” 5:20
  8. “The Edge of Heaven” 4:37
  9. “Wham Rap!” 6:46
  10. “Young Guns (Go for It!)” 3:41
  11. “Last Christmas” 6:48
  12. “Where Did Your Heart Go?” 5:42

Wednesday 1/25/23 11pm ET: Feature LP: Elton John – Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player (1973)

Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the Piano Player is the sixth studio album by English singer-songwriter Elton John. Released January 22,1973 by DJM Records, it was John’s sixth normal studio album release, first of his two studio albums released in 1973 (second one was Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, released nine months later), and was his second straight No. 1 album in the US and first No. 1 album in the UK.

The lead single “Crocodile Rock” yielded John his first No. 1 single in both the US and Canada. “Daniel” was also a major hit from the album, giving him his second Canadian No. 1 single on the RPM Top Singles Chart and No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and reaching No. 4 in the UK, one place higher than achieved by “Crocodile Rock”.

  1. “Daniel” 3:55
  2. “Teacher I Need You” 4:10
  3. “Elderberry Wine” 3:34
  4. “Blues for My Baby and Me” 5:39
  5. “Midnight Creeper” 3:52
  6. “Have Mercy on the Criminal” 5:58
  7. “I’m Going to Be a Teenage Idol” 3:56
  8. “Texan Love Song” 3:33
  9. “Crocodile Rock” 3:55
  10. “High Flying Bird” 4:12
  11. “Screw You (Young Man’s Blues)” 4:43
  12. “Jack Rabbit” 1:50
  13. “Whenever You’re Ready (We’ll Go Steady Again)” 2:51
  14. “Skyline Pigeon” (Piano version) 3:56

Elton John – vocals, Fender Rhodes (1, 5), mellotron (1, 2), acoustic piano (2-4, 6, 7, 9, 10), harmonium (8), Farfisa organ (9)
Ken Scott – ARP synthesizer (1)
Davey Johnstone – acoustic guitar, electric guitar and Leslie guitar (All tracks); banjo (1), backing vocals (2, 7, 10), sitar (4), mandolin (8)

Dee Murray – bass (All tracks), backing vocals (2, 7, 10)
Nigel Olsson – drums (All tracks), maracas (1), backing vocals (2, 7, 10)
Gus Dudgeon – brass arrangements (3, 5, 7)
Paul Buckmaster – orchestral arrangements (4, 6)
Jean-Louis Chautemps – saxophone (3, 5, 7)
Alain Hatot – saxophone (3, 5, 7)
Jacques Bolognesi – trombone (3, 5, 7)
Ivan Jullien – trumpet (3, 5, 7)

Wednesday 1/25/23 10pm ET: Feature LP: Motley Crue – Dr. Feelgood (1989)

Dr. Feelgood is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on September 1, 1989. Dr. Feelgood topped the Billboard 200 chart, making it the band’s only album to claim this position. It was the first album Mötley Crüe recorded after their quest for sobriety and rehabilitation in 1989. In addition to being Mötley Crüe’s best selling album, it is highly regarded by music critics and fans as the band’s best studio album. This was also the band’s last album to be recorded with lead singer Vince Neil until the 1997 album Generation Swine.

  1. “T.n.T. (Terror ‘n Tinseltown)” 0:42
  2. “Dr. Feelgood” 4:50
  3. “Slice of Your Pie” 4:32
  4. “Rattlesnake Shake” 3:40
  5. “Kickstart My Heart” 4:48
  6. “Without You” 4:29
  7. “Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.)” 4:12
  8. “Sticky Sweet” 3:52
  9. “She Goes Down” 4:37
  10. “Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)” 4:40
  11. “Time for Change” 4:45

Vince Neil – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica, shakers
Mick Mars – lead guitar, backing vocals
Nikki Sixx – bass, (all but Time for Change), backing vocals, organ (Time for Change), piano (Time for Change)
Tommy Lee – drums, backing vocals
Bob Rock – bass (Time for Change), background vocals (Dr. Feelgood, Rattlesnake Shake, Sticky Sweet, She Goes Down)
John Webster – honky tonk piano (Rattlesnake Shake), keyboards & programming
Tom Keenlyside, Ian Putz, Ross Gregory, Henry Christian – Marguerita Horns (Rattlesnake Shake)
Donna McDaniel, Emi Canyn, Marc LaFrance, David Steele – background vocals
Steven Tyler – background vocals (Sticky Sweet), intro (Slice of Your Pie)
Bryan Adams – background vocals (Sticky Sweet)
Jack Blades – background vocals (Same Ol’ Situation, Sticky Sweet)
Robin Zander, Rick Nielsen – background vocals (She Goes Down)
Skid Row, Bob Dowd, Mike Amato, Toby Francis – background vocals (Time for Change)