Tagged Supertramp

Wednesday 9pm: Feature Artist – Supertramp @RogerHodgson ‏

Supertramp (known as Daddy in 1969–70) are an English rock band formed in London in 1969. Though their music was initially categorized as progressive rock, they later incorporated a combination of traditional rock, pop and art rock into their music. The band’s work is marked by the songwriting of founders Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson and the prominent use of Wurlitzer electric piano and saxophone.

While the band’s early work was mainstream progressive rock, they would enjoy greater commercial success when they incorporated more conventional and radio-friendly elements into their work in the mid-1970s, going on to sell more than 60 million albums. They reached their commercial peak with 1979’s Breakfast in America, which has sold more than 20 million copies.

Though their albums were generally far more successful than their singles, Supertramp did enjoy a number of major hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including Hodgson’s songs “Give a Little Bit”, “The Logical Song”, “Take the Long Way Home”, “Dreamer”, “Breakfast in America”, “It’s Raining Again”, and Davies’ songs, “Bloody Well Right”, “Goodbye Stranger”, and “Cannonball”. The band attained significant popularity in the United States, Canada, Europe, South Africa and Australia. Since co-founder Hodgson’s departure in 1983, Rick Davies has led the band by himself. – Wikipedia

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Thursday 10pm: Cool Nights Show with Steve Hart

CoolNightsJoin Steve Hart for the debut on RadioMaxMusic of his Cool Nights Show now heard weekly right here at 10pm Thursday evenings.  Check the Schedule for encore time.  This week hear music from:  Freak Power, Miles Davis, Brother To Brother, Mill Street Depot, Mondo Kane, Paulinho da Costa, Norman Connors, Supertramp, Albert Collins.

Sounds of The 70s with Dan Varroney 7pm ET

70sTonight we’ll feature Steely Dan, The Four Seasons, Heart, Andrew Gold, Daniel Boone, Leo Sayer, James Taylor, Manfred Mann, Dave Mason, The Who, Bob Welch, Triumph, Jimmy Buffet,  Kiss, Boz Scaggs, Supertramp, and much more. Join us at 7:00 pm!

Artist Countdown: Supertramp Top 30 6pm ET @SupertrampBand

SupertrampSupertramp are an English rock band formed in 1969 under the name Daddy before renaming themselves in early 1970. Though their music was initially categorized as progressive rock, they have since incorporated a combination of traditional rock, pop and art rock into their music. The band’s work is marked by the songwriting of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson and the use of Wurlitzer electric piano and saxophone in their songs.

While the band’s early work was mainstream progressive rock, they would enjoy greater critical and commercial success when they incorporated more conventional and radio-friendly elements into their work in the mid-1970s, going on to sell more than 60 million albums. They reached their peak of commercial success with 1979’s Breakfast in America, which has sold more than 20 million copies.

Though their albums were generally far more successful than their singles, Supertramp did enjoy a number of major hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including “Bloody Well Right”, “Give a Little Bit”, “The Logical Song”, “Goodbye Stranger”, “Take the Long Way Home”, “Dreamer”, “Breakfast in America”, “It’s Raining Again”, and “Cannonball”. The band attained significant popularity in the United States, Canada, Europe, South Africa and Australia. Since Hodgson’s departure in 1983, founder Rick Davies has led the band by himself. – Wikipedia

1 It’s Raining Again
2 The Logical Song
3 Give a Little Bit
4 Dreamer
5 Cannonball
6 Breakfast in America
7 Goodbye Stranger
8 Take the Long Way Home
9 You Win, I Lose
10 Bloody Well Right
11 My Kind of Lady
12 Crazy
13 School
14 Don’t Leave Me Now
15 I’m Beggin’ You
16 Ain’t Nobody But Me
17 Free as a Bird
18 Forever
19 Land Ho
20 Lady
21 Babaji
22 From Now On
23 Still in Love
24 Better Days
25 Listen to Me, Please
26 Lover Boy
27 Slow Motion
28 Gone Hollywood
29 Crime of The Century
30 Fools Overture

Artist Countdown: Gilbert O’Sullivan Top 30

GilbertOsullivanGilbert O’Sullivan (born 1 December 1946) is an Irish-English singer-songwriter, best known for his early 1970s hits “Alone Again (Naturally)”, “Clair” and “Get Down”. The music magazine Record Mirror voted him the No. 1 UK male singer of 1972.

Worldwide he has charted 16 top 40 records ; including six number one songs, the first of which was 1970’s “Nothing Rhymed”. His most successful recording period was between 1970 and 1980, though he has since recorded nine studio albums up to 2011’s Gilbertville. Speaking in 2009 he said; “I write pop songs. End of story. That’s all I wanted to do. That’s all I want to do. And that’s all I continue to want to do. I have no interest in just touring, and living in the past.

O’Sullivan was born Raymond Edward O’Sullivan in Waterford, Ireland. In 1960, aged 13, his family moved to Swindon, Wiltshire, England. He attended St Joseph’s and the Swindon College of Art, where he briefly played drums in a band called Rick’s Blues, founded by Rick Davies (who later founded Supertramp) and where he developed his lifelong interests in music and art. According to a 1972 interview with O’Sullivan, Davies taught him how to play both drums and piano. Other semi-professional bands he played with while at college include The Doodles and The Prefects. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Clair
2 Get Down
3 Alone Again (Naturally)
4 Ooh Baby
5 Happiness is Me and You
6 Nothing Rhymed
7 Ooh Wakka Doo Wakka Day
8 Out of the Question
9 No Matter How I Try
10 What’s in a Kiss
11 Why, Oh Why, Oh Why
12 I Don’t Love You But I Think I Like You
13 I’ll Believe It When I See It
14 We Will
15 Underneath the Blanket Go
16 Matrimony
17 You are You
18 I Wish I Could Cry
19 A Woman’s Place
20 So What
21 You Got Me Going
22 Miss My Love Today
23 A Minute of Your Time
24 Lost a Friend
25 Can’t Think Straight
26 Are You Happy?
27 Ain’t No Telling (What Tomorrow Will Bring)
28 Say Goodbye
29 Two’s Company (Three is Allowed)
30 Just As You Are