Tag: RadioMax

Saturday 2/27/21 7pm ET: Groove Line with Ryan Doran

Saturday 2/27/21 6pm ET: Motown Hour with L Paul Martin

Saturday 2/27/21 5pm ET: The Beatles Hour with L Paul Martin

Saturday 4pm ET: 60’s Garage Rock From California with Dick Lee

Saturday 2/27/21 12pm ET: Max Country Saturday

Saturday 2/27/21 9am ET: That Thing with Rich Appel

Saturday 4am ET: Sammarco Beats with Chris Sammarco

Saturday 2/27/21 12am ET: Midnight Madness Radio with Michael Tiffany

Friday 10pm ET: Hayes’ Hard Drive with DeLane Hayes

Friday 2/26/21 6pm ET: All Request Show with Ron Kovacs

Get your request played by filling out the request form at RadioMax and at Radio257.  http://yorksoundradio.com

 

Friday 2/26/21 2pm ET: New Music Show


This week we feature new music from; Cas Haley, Del Amitri, Neil Nathan, Roosevelt, Tony Joe White, Iceage, Dry Cleaning, Buck Meek, Manchester Orchestra, Macedo, Darkside and more. . .

Friday 2//26/21 12pm ET: Across The Tracks Friday

Friday 2/26/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Van Morrison – Wavelength (1978)

Wavelength is the tenth studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, and was released in September 1978. The album has a different musical sound from his previous albums, leaning towards a pop rock sound with prominent electric guitars and synthesizers. Wavelength was Morrison’s best selling album at the time of the original release. Mick Glossop, Bobby Tench and Peter Bardens were given credit for special assistance in production.

A remastered version of the album was released on January 29, 2008. It contains two bonus tracks, “Wavelength” and “Kingdom Hall”, taken from the promotional album Van Morrison Live at the Roxy (1979), recorded on November 29, 1978.

“Kingdom Hall” – 5:59
“Checkin’ It Out” – 3:29
“Natalia” – 4:04
“Venice U.S.A.” – 6:32
“Lifetimes” – 4:15
“Wavelength” – 5:44
“Santa Fe/Beautiful Obsession” – 7:04
“Hungry for Your Love” – 3:45
“Take It Where You Find It” – 8:40
“Kingdom Hall” Live – 6:05
“Wavelength” Live – 6:07

Van Morrison – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, Fender Rhodes, alto saxophone, backing vocals
Peter Bardens – keyboards, synthesizer
Bobby Tench – electric guitar, backing vocals
Herbie Armstrong – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Mickey Feat – bass guitar
Peter Van Hooke – drums
Garth Hudson – Hammond organ, synthesizer, accordion
Ginger Blake – backing vocals
Laura Creamer – backing vocals
Linda Dillard – backing vocals
Mitch Dalton – Spanish guitar (“Take It Where You Find It”)
Kuma – bass (“Santa Fe/Beautiful Obsession” and “Take It Where You Find It”)
Katie Kissoon – backing vocals
Anna Peacock – backing vocals

Friday 2/26/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Florida Georgia Line – Life Rolls On (2021)

Life Rolls On is the fifth studio album by American country music duo Florida Georgia Line. It was released on February 12, 2021 through BMLG Records. It includes the hit singles “I Love My Country” and “Long Live”, as well the material from their 6-Pack EP. The album marks their first full-length release with producer Corey Crowder, a departure from their previous work with longtime producer Joey Moi.

1. “Long Live” 2:33
2. “Life Looks Good” 2:47
3. “Countryside” 3:20
4. “Always Gonna Love You” 2:57
5. “I Love My Country” 3:05
6. “Hard to Get to Heaven” 3:11
7. “Long Time Comin'” 3:14
8. “Interlude” 0:26
9. “Ain’t Worried Bout It” 2:31
10. “Beer:30” 2:19
11. “New Truck” 2:22
12. “Eyes Closed” 2:29
13. “Second Guessing” 3:07
14. “Good to Me” 2:49
15. “U.S. Stronger” 3:03
16. “Life Rolls On” 3:21
17. “Lil Bit – FGL Remix” (with Nelly) 3:17

Brian Kelley – vocals, producer (all tracks); background vocals
Tyler Hubbard – vocals, producer

David Garcia – acoustic guitar, programming (1)
Ilya Toshinskiy – acoustic guitar (1, 4–7, 9, 10, 12), mandolin (1, 7), banjo (4, 5, 10)
Todd Lombardo – banjo (1, 11, 14, 16), acoustic guitar (2, 11, 14–16), mandolin (2, 14, 15), electric guitar (15)
Jimmie Lee Sloas – bass guitar (1, 4–7, 9, 10, 12)
Jerry Roe – drums (1, 2, 4–7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15), percussion (3, 5, 7, 10, 12)
Derek Wells – electric guitar (1, 4–10, 12, 13), Dobro (13)
Dave Cohen – Hammond B-3 organ (1, 3–5), synthesizer (1, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12), keyboards (4)
Corey Crowder – programming (1–7, 9–16), synthesizer (1), background vocals (6)
Jaren Johnston – background vocals, bass guitar, electric guitar (2)
Katlin Owen – electric guitar (2, 14, 16)
Alex Wright – Hammond B-3 organ (2, 7, 9, 13, 14), piano (2, 7, 9, 11, 13), synthesizer (2, 6–9, 11, 13, 14), keyboards (9, 16), programming (6, 7)
Jake Rose – acoustic guitar, banjo, programming (3)
Ross Copperman – programming (4, 12)
Josh Thompson – background vocals (6)
Jordan Schmidt – programming (7)
Jeff Gitelman – programming (11)
Andrew DeRoberts – guitar, programming (13)
Tony Lucido – bass guitar (15)
Tyler Chiarelli – electric guitar (15)
Alysa Vanderheym – piano, programming, synthesizer (16)

Thursday 2/25/21 7pm ET: Feature LP: John Mellencamp – Lonesome Jubilee (1987)

The Lonesome Jubilee is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter John Mellencamp, credited as John Cougar Mellencamp. The album was released by Mercury Records on August 24, 1987. Four singles were released from the album, the first two in 1987 and the last two in 1988.

The album was one of Mellencamp’s most successful worldwide, charting in ten countries. The album was most successful in Canada where it topped RPM magazine’s Top Albums chart and became the artist’s highest certified album by Music Canada (formerly the Canadian Recording Industry Association) becoming 6x platinum.

“We were on the road for a long time after Scarecrow, so we were together a lot as a band,” Mellencamp said in a 1987 Creem Magazine feature. “For the first time ever, we talked about the record before we started. We had a very distinct vision of what should be happening here. At one point, The Lonesome Jubilee was supposed to be a double album, but at least 10 of the songs I’d written just didn’t stick together with the idea and the sound we had in mind. So I just put those songs on a shelf, and cut it back down to a single record. Now, in the past, it was always ‘Let’s make it up as we go along’ – and we did make some of The Lonesome Jubilee up as we went along. But we had a very clear idea of what we wanted it to sound like, even before it was written, right through to the day it was mastered.”

“Paper in Fire” – 3:51
“Down and Out in Paradise” – 3:37
“Check It Out” – 4:19
“The Real Life” – 3:57
“Cherry Bomb” – 4:47
“We Are the People” – 4:17
“Empty Hands” – 3:43
“Hard Times for an Honest Man” – 3:27
“Hotdogs and Hamburgers” – 4:04
“Rooty Toot Toot” – 3:29
“Blues from the Front Porch” – 2:02

John Mellencamp – vocal, guitar
Kenny Aronoff – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Larry Crane – guitars, mandolin, harmonica, autoharp, banjo, backing vocals
John Cascella – accordion, keyboards, saxophone, melodica, penny whistle, claves
Lisa Germano – fiddle
Toby Myers – bass guitar, banjo, backing vocals
Pat Peterson – backing vocals, cowbell, tambourine
Crystal Taliefero – backing vocals
Mike Wanchic – guitars, dobro, banjo, dulcimer, backing vocals