Rock Talk with Dominic Forbes 10pm ET

March 23, 2015
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Martin BarreThis week Dominic Forbes chats with Martin Barre on Rock Talk:   

Martin Lancelot Barre (17 November 1946, Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands, England) is an English rock musician.  Barre was the guitarist for rock band Jethro Tull, starting with the band’s second album in 1969. Barre once said that he tried not to listen to other guitarists so that he would not be influenced by them. He said he never took guitar lessons so that he would not sound like other players.  He has also played the flute, both on-stage for Jethro Tull and in his own solo work.


Artist Countdown: UB40 Top 45 Hits 6pm ET @UB40OFFICIAL

July 8, 2013
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ub40UB40 are a British reggae/pop band formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England. The band has placed more than 50 singles in the UK Singles Chart, and has also achieved considerable international success. The band has been nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album four times, and in 1984, were nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Group.

One of the world’s best-selling music artists, UB40 have sold over 70 million records.

Their hit singles include their debut “Food for Thought” and two U.S. Billboard Hot 100 number ones with “Red Red Wine” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love“. Both of these also topped the UK Singles Chart, as did the band’s version of “I Got You Babe“. (Source: Wikipedia)

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1 (I Can’t Help) Falling in Love With You
2 Red Red Wine
3 I Got You Babe (featuring Chrissie Hynde)
4 Higher Ground
5 Kingston Town
6 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (with Robert Palmer)
7 Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
8 The Way You Do the Things You Do
9 Breakfast in Bed (featuring Chrissie Hynde)
10 Sing Our Own Song
11 If It Happens Again
12 Homely Girl
13 Please Don’t Make Me Cry
14 Food for Thought
15 Rat in Mi Kitchen
16 Reckless (Afrika Bambaataa featuring UB40)
17 Where Did I Go Wrong
18 Don’t Break My Heart
19 Kiss and Say Goodbye
20 Bring Me Your Cup
21 My Way of Thinking
22 Maybe Tomorrow
23 Cherry Oh Baby
24 One in Ten
25 Tell Me Is It True
26 Impossible Love
27 Watchdogs
28 C’est La Vie
29 Many Rivers to Cross
30 I’ve Got Mine
31 All I Want to Do
32 I Would Do for You
33 Cover Up
34 Don’t Let It Pass You By
35 Until My Dying Day
36 I Won’t Close My Eyes
37 Wear You to the Ball
38 Reggae Music
39 Come out to Play
40 Riddle Me
41 Groovin’
42 The Earth Dies Screaming
43 Come Back Darling
44 The Train Is Coming
45 Holly Holy
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Artist Countdown: Fine Young Cannibals Top 15 Hits – 10pm ET

January 24, 2013
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fycFine Young Cannibals were a short-lived British band formed in Birmingham, England in 1984, by bassist David Steele, guitarist Andy Cox (both formerly of The Beat), and singer Roland Gift (formerly of the Akrylykz). Their 1988 album, The Raw and the Cooked, topped the UK and US Album charts, and contained their two Billboard Hot 100 number ones: “She Drives Me Crazy” and “Good Thing”.

In 1990 the band won two Brit Awards: Best British Group, and Best British Album (for The Raw and the Cooked). Their name came from the 1960 film All the Fine Young Cannibals starring Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood.

1 She Drives Me Crazy
2 Good Thing
3 Don’t Look Back
4 Johnny Come Home
5 Suspicious Minds
6 Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)
7 I’m Not the Man I Used to Be
8 Tired of Getting Pushed Around
9 Blue
10 I’m Not Satisfied
11 Funny How Love Is
12 The Flame
13 It’s O.K.
14 Move To Work
15 Time Isn’t Kind


Artist Countdown: The Moody Blues Top 20 Hits 4pm ET

December 29, 2012
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4moodiesThe Moody Blues formed on 4 May 1964, in Erdington, Birmingham, England. Ray Thomas, John Lodge, and Michael Pinder had been members of El Riot & the Rebels. They disbanded when Lodge, the youngest member, went to technical college and Michael Pinder joined the army. Michael Pinder then rejoined Thomas to form the Krew Cats. The pair recruited guitarist/vocalist Denny Laine, band manager-turned-drummer Graeme Edge, and bassist Clint Warwick. The five appeared as the Moody Blues for the first time in Birmingham in 1964. The name developed from a hoped-for sponsorship from the M&B Brewery which failed to materialise, the band calling themselves both “The M B’s” and “The M B Five” and was also a subtle reference to the Duke Ellington song, “Mood Indigo”. Around this time the band were the resident group at the Carlton Ballroom, later to become rock music venue Mothers, on Erdington High Street. – Wikipedia

1 I Know You’re Out There Somewhere
2 Nights in White Satin
3 Go Now
4 Question
5 Your Wildest Dreams
6 The Voice
7 Ride My See-Saw
8 Blue World
9 I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)
10 Gemini Dream
11 The Story in Your Eyes
12 Sitting at the Wheel
13 Isn’t Life Strange
14 Tuesday Afternoon
15 Say It with Love
16 Steppin’ in a Slide Zone
17 Driftwood
18 Stop!
19 Here Comes The Weekend
20 Bless the Wings (That Bring You Back)


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