Tagged 2005

Tuesday 11pm ET: Feature LP: Bachman Turner Overdrive – Gold (2005)

Bachman–Turner Overdrive Gold is a compilation album by Bachman–Turner Overdrive. It was released in 2005 by Mercury Records.

“Gimme Your Money Please”
“Hold Back the Water”
“Blue Collar”
“Little Gandy Dancer”
“Stayed Awake All Night”
“Don’t Get Yourself in Trouble”
“Thank You for the Feelin'”
“Takin’ Care of Business”
“Give it Time”
“Welcome Home”
“Let it Ride”
“You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”
“Not Fragile”
“Rock Is My Life, and This Is My Song”
“Roll on Down the Highway”
“Free Wheelin'”
“Blue Moanin'”
“Four-Wheel Drive”
“Hey You”
“Flat Broke Love”
“She’s Keepin’ Time”
“Quick Change Artist”
“Don’t Let the Blues Get You Down”
“Find Out About Love”
“It’s Over”
“Take It Like a Man”
“Lookin’ Out for #1”
“Away from Home”
“Down to the Line”
“Life Still Goes On [I’m Lonely]”
“Shotgun Rider”
“My Wheels Won’t Turn”
“Down, Down”
“Down the Road”
“Heartaches”

Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Joe Cocker – Heart & Soul (2004 / 2005)

Heart & Soul is the nineteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released in the UK on October 12, 2004, and in the US on February 1, 2005. The album is composed solely of cover songs, including a live version of the U2 song “One” taken from Cocker’s 2004 Night of the Proms performance in Antwerp, Belgium.

The album reached No. 64 on Billboard’s 200.

“What’s Going On” – 5:15
“Chain of Fools” – 3:46
“One” – 4:36
“I Who Have Nothing” – 4:03
“Maybe I’m Amazed” – 3:24
“I Keep Forgetting” – 3:36
“I Put a Spell on You” – 4:33
“Every Kind of People” – 4:20
“Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” – 4:16
“Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” – 3:42
“Jealous Guy” – 4:08
“Everybody Hurts” – 5:19

Joe Cocker – vocals, executive producer
Jeff Baxter – guitar ( A 2, A 4 )
Jeff Beck – guitar ( 4 )
Gene Black – guitar ( 8 )
Eric Clapton – guitar ( 7 )
Shane Fontayne – guitar ( 1, 5, 7, 8, 9 )
Bruce Gaitsch – acoustic guitar ( 8 )
Michael Landau – guitar ( 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11 )
Steve Lukather – guitar ( 1, 5, 12 )
Dean Parks – guitar ( 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11 )
Michael Thompson – guitar ( 3 )
Ray Neapolitan – bass ( 7, 8 ), executive producer
Leland Sklar – bass ( 4, 6, 11 )
C. J. Vanston – Drums, bass, keyboards, producer, mixing, engineer
Bruce Eskovitz – saxophone
Nick Lane – trombone
Chris Botti – trumpet
Bill Churchville – trumpet
Chris Tedesco – trumpet
Jerry Goodman – violin
Alexander Adhami – santoor
Ray Brinker – drums
Vinnie Colaiuta – drums ( 8, 9 )
Rafael Padilla – percussion
Bernie Barlow – backing vocals
Terry Dexter – backing vocals
C.C. White – backing vocals
Shelly Berg – conductor

Tuesday 9pm ET: MaxMusic 21st Century 2005 (Part 3)

January 5 – Eris, the most massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System, is discovered by a team led by Michael E. Brown using images originally taken on October 21, 2003, at the Palomar Observatory.
January 7 – Crevalcore train crash in Italy: 17 dead and dozens injured.
January 12 – Deep Impact is launched from Cape Canaveral with the purpose of studying the comet Tempel 1.
January 14 – The Huygens spacecraft lands on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.
January 20 – George W. Bush is inaugurated for a second term as President of the United States.
February 10 – North Korea announces that it possesses nuclear weapons as a protection against the hostility it says it perceives from the United States.
February 14 – Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri is assassinated, along with 21 others, by a suicide bomber in Beirut.
February 16 – The Kyoto Protocol officially goes into effect.
March 14 – China ratifies an anti-secession law, aimed at preventing Taiwan from declaring independence.
March 24 – The President of Kyrgyzstan, Askar Akayev, is deposed following mass anti-government demonstrations and flees the country.
March 26 – The first episode of the revived series of Doctor Who airs on BBC One.
March 28 – The 8.6 Mw Nias–Simeulue earthquake shakes northern Sumatra with a maximum Mercalli intensity of VI (Strong), leaving 915–1,314 people dead and 340–1,146 injured.

Wednesday 9pm ET: MaxMusic 21st Century – 2005 (Part 1)

January 1 – In most of Europe, copyright expired on a number of classic pop and rock’n’roll songs recorded in 1954 and earlier, including Bill Haley’s “Rock Around the Clock”, and “Only You” by The Platters.
January 7 – Welsh punk band Mclusky officially announce their disbanding via their website. Weeks later, Welsh noisecore/punk band Jarcrew disband due to their drummer becoming a Jehovah’s Witness – remnants of the two bands later went on to join forces and become Future of the Left.
January 13 – Duran Duran begins their Astronaut in London, England.
January 17 – Prior to missing 2 live shows, Mike Tempesta is officially no longer part of Powerman 5000 due to fighting with the band.
January 20 – Leonard Slatkin conducts the debut concert of Philip Glass’s Symphony No. 7 “Toltec”.
January 22 – The Tsunami Relief concert is held at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales – the largest live music event in the UK since the Live Aid concert of 1985. Performers included Madonna, Eric Clapton, Jools Holland, Manic Street Preachers, Lulu, Aled Jones, Charlotte Church, Katherine Jenkins, Feeder, Snow Patrol, Liberty X.
January 29 – Avril Lavigne, Chantal Kreviazuk, the Barenaked Ladies, Raine Maida, and Sarah McLachlan conduct a concert in Vancouver, British Columbia, for tsunami relief.
January 31
Tiesto releases a new single from his album Just Be entitled Adagio for Strings.
Jon Levasseur leaves Cryptopsy, saying he has lost interest in Extreme Music.
February 7 – The BRIT Awards are held in London. Scissor Sisters, Keane, Franz Ferdinand, and Joss Stone are among the winners.
February 8 – Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas releases Lonely No More, his first solo hit. It peaked at #1 in Adult Contemporary.
February 13 – The 47th Grammy Awards are held in Staples Center, Los Angeles, California. Ray Charles become the big winner at the ceremony. Britney Spears earned her first Grammy in the category of Best Dance Recording for her hit single Toxic.
February 15 – Sonny Mayo replaces Clint Lowery in Sevendust.
February 22
After being silent since late 2004, Blink-182 announce that they will be taking an indefinite hiatus, the news comes as a big shock for fans. According to guitarist Tom DeLonge, the band will not come completely inactive.
Brian Welch, guitarist of KoЯn, leaves the band after converting to Christianity.
February 28 – Static-X fires Tripp Eisen because of his arrest for sex offenses involving a minor.
March 7 – Koichi Fukuda rejoins Static-X on guitar after 5 years away from the band. Fukuda replaces Tripp Eisen, who was arrested twice in February over two separate charges of sexual intercourse with underage girls.
March 26 – Australian drummer of Crowded House, Paul Hester, is found dead in a Melbourne Park.
March 29 – Mariah Carey releases her second single, “We Belong Together”, from her tenth studio album, The Emancipation of Mimi. The song would hold the number one position on the Billboard Hot 100 for 14 weeks, the highest record for the entire decade. Will Smith releases his fourth studio album (first under Interscope Records) Lost and Found.

Feature Year: 2005 8pm ET

Today we feature the hits and music from 2005

January 23 – Johnny Carson, American television host (b. 1925) Died
February 6 – Merle Kilgore, American singer and songwriter (b. 1934) Died
February 14 – YouTube, the most popular video sharing website, is founded.
March 9 – Chris LeDoux, American rodeo performer and singer (b. 1949) Died
March 13 – Lyn Collins, American soul singer (b. 1948) Died
March 14 – The People’s Republic of China ratifies an anti-secession law, aimed at preventing Taiwan from declaring independence.
March 21 – Bobby Short, American entertainer (b. 1924) Died
April 2 – Pope John Paul II dies; over 4 million people travel to the Vatican to mourn him,
May 14 – Jimmy Martin, American musician (b. 1927) Died
April 19 – Pope Benedict XVI succeeds Pope John Paul II, becoming the 265th pope.
July 1 – Luther Vandross, American R&B singer (b. 1951) Died
July 2 – Live 8, a set of 10 simultaneous concerts, takes place throughout the world, raising interest in the Make Poverty History campaign.
July 21 – Long John Baldry, British musician (b. 1941) Died
July 23 – Myron Floren, American accordionist & musician (b. 1919) Died
August 29 – Hurricane Katrina makes land fall along the U.S. Gulf Coast causing severe damage. At least 1,836 die in the aftermath.
September 10 – Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, American musician (b. 1924) Died
September 17 – Alfred Reed, American Composer and Conductor (b. 1921) Died
October 8 – The 2005 Kashmir earthquake kills about 80,000 people.
November 13 – Andrew Stimpson, a 25-year-old British man, is reported as the first person proven to have been ‘cured’ of HIV.
November 20 – Chris Whitley, American musician (b. 1945) Died
November 28 – Tony Meehan, English drummer (The Shadows) (b. 1943) Died
November 30 – Surgeons in France carry out the first human face transplant.
December 10 – Richard Pryor, American comedian (b. 1940) Died
December 31 – Another second is added, 23:59:60, called a leap second, to end the year 2005. The last time this occurred was on June 30, 1998.