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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

Thursday 2/25/21 6pm ET: Feature LP: REO Speedwagon – You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can’t Tuna Fish (1978)

You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can’t Tuna Fish is the seventh studio album by REO Speedwagon, released in 1978. It was their first album to be co-produced by lead singer Kevin Cronin and lead guitarist Gary Richrath. The album was REO’s first to make the Top 40, peaking at No. 29. The album sold over 2 million copies in the US, which led it to being certified 2× Platinum.

This is the first album to feature Bruce Hall on bass, replacing Gregg Philbin. In 2013, the album was released on CD by UK-based company Rock Candy Records, with expanded liner notes and photos.

The hits “Time for Me to Fly” and “Roll with the Changes” have since become two of the band’s best-known songs. “Time for Me to Fly” was later covered in a bluegrass arrangement by Dolly Parton on her 1989 album White Limozeen. In 2005, the album cover was featured on Pitchfork’s list of “The Worst Record Covers of All Time”, and in 2014 its title was featured in NME’s list of “The 50 Worst Album Titles in History”. In 2020, Netflix’s Ozark TV series third season episode, “Kevin Cronin Was Here” featured “Time For Me To Fly”, which resulted in the song making the top 40 on the Billboard Digital Songs Chart.

1. “Roll with the Changes” 5:37
2. “Time for Me to Fly” 3:42
3. “Runnin’ Blind” 3:08
4. “Blazin’ Your Own Trail Again” 3:32
5. “Sing to Me” 2:34
6. “Lucky for You” 5:02
7. “Do You Know Where Your Woman Is Tonight?” 2:53
8. “The Unidentified Flying Tuna Trot” 2:17
9. “Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight” 4:58

Kevin Cronin – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, piano (track 1)
Gary Richrath – lead and rhythm guitars
Neal Doughty – piano (except track 1), Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer
Bruce Hall – bass
Alan Gratzer – drums

Lon Price – saxophone (track 9)
Angelle Trosclair, Denise McCall, Denny Henson, Tom Kelly – backing vocals

Thursday 2/25/21 12pm ET: Across The Tracks Thursday

Tooth fairies are very unusual indeed. They come under the cloak of darkness, steal away the discarded teeth of children, and in their place leave some form of compensation—usually in the form of money. They are also flying creatures that have received their own day: National Tooth Fairy Day. This holiday, which is celebrated on August 28th and February 28th annually, is a day in which all of us can appreciate the little creatures who do all of the things they do for dental hygiene.

We celebrate this weekend day with tunes about teeth, mouth, tongue and other fun tunes.

Thursday 1am ET: Feature LP: The Babys – Anthology (1981)

Anthology is a greatest hits collection of The Babys spanning the years 1976-1980. Originally released October 1981 on Chrysalis Records, it was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks on Capitol Records in 2000. The album charted at #138 on the Billboard 200.

“If You’ve Got the Time” – 2:33
“Head Above the Waves” – 2:52
“I Love How You Love Me” – 2:21
“Looking for Love (Live)” – 4:43
“Isn’t It Time” – 4:03
“Give Me Your Love” – 3:37
“Silver Dreams” – 3:00
“Money (That’s What I Want)” – 2:56
“Every Time I Think of You” – 4:00
“Head First” – 3:57
“Love Don’t Prove I’m Right” – 2:47
“Back on My Feet Again” – 3:18
“Midnight Rendezvous” – 3:36
“Anytime” – 3:21
“Turn and Walk Away” – 3:10
“Sweet 17” – 2:47
“Gonna Be Somebody” – 2:57

John Waite – lead vocals (all), bass (1-8, 10-11)
Wally Stocker – lead guitar (all)
Michael Corby – rhythm guitar (1-11), keyboards (1-11)
Tony Brock – drums (all)
Jonathan Cain – keyboards (12-17)
Jack Conrad – bass (9)
Kevin Kelly – piano (9)
Lisa Freeman Roberts – backing vocals (5)
Pat Henderson – backing vocals (5)
Myrna Matthews – backing vocals (5, 9)
Marti McCall – backing vocals (9)
Diana Lee – backing vocals (9)
Anne Marie Leclerc – backing vocals (15)

Thursday 2/25/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Pete Townshend – Empty Glass (1980)

Empty Glass is the second solo studio album by English rock musician Pete Townshend, and his first composed of original material, released on April 21, 1980 by Atco Records.

The album deals with issues that Townshend was struggling with at the time, including alcoholism, drug abuse, marital problems and deceased friends, particularly Keith Moon, the Who’s former drummer, who died in 1978. Empty Glass also contained the devotional love song, “Let My Love Open the Door”, which became a Top 10 hit in the US, and the modestly successful singles “Rough Boys” and “A Little Is Enough”.

The album was rated No. 57 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 greatest of the 1980s. A Gibson poll rated it at No. 5 among “the greatest albums released by an artist who was previously in a successful band”.

1. “Rough Boys” 4:02
2. “I Am an Animal” 3:51
3. “And I Moved” 3:21
4. “Let My Love Open the Door” 2:44
5. “Jools and Jim” 2:36
6. “Keep on Working” 3:23
7. “Cat’s in the Cupboard” 3:34
8. “A Little Is Enough” 4:42
9. “Empty Glass” 5:25
10. “I’m Gonna Get Ya” 6:25

Pete Townshend – vocals; guitars; synthesizers
John “Rabbit” Bundrick – “straight” keyboards
Tony Butler – bass guitar (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Simon Phillips – drums (tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10)
James Asher – drums (tracks 5, 6)
Kenney Jones – drums (track 1)
Mark Brzezicki – drums (track 8)
Peter Hope-Evans – harmonica on (track 7)

Wednesday 2/24/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Chris Rea – New Light Through Old Windows (1988)

New Light Through Old Windows is the first compilation album by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1988. The album consists primarily of re-recordings of songs from earlier albums, as well as the new track “Working on It”, which peaked at No. 73 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and was Rea’s only No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. “On the Beach” peaked No. 9 on the US Adult Contemporary singles chart, and No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart. The album reached number five on the UK Albums Chart, charted for over a year, and was certified 3x Platinum by BPI until 1992. It charted in the Top 10 in New Zealand, Australia and West Germany.

“Let’s Dance” – 4:14
“Working on It” – 4:24
“Ace of Hearts” – 4:52
“Josephine” – 4:33
“Candles” – 4:44
“On the Beach” – 6:51
“Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” – 4:03
“I Can Hear Your Heartbeat” – 3:23
“Shamrock Diaries” – 4:12
“Stainsby Girls” – 4:06
“Windy Town” – 4:05
“Driving Home for Christmas” – 3:58
“Steel River” – 6:48

Chris Rea – vocals, guitar, producer
Robert Ahwai – guitar
Eoghan O’Neill – bass
Max Middleton – keyboards
Martin Ditcham – drums

Wednesday 2/24/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Mariah Carey (1990)

Mariah Carey is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer-songwriter and record producer Mariah Carey, released on June 12, 1990, by Columbia Records. Its music incorporates a range of contemporary genres with a mix of slow ballads and up-tempo tracks. Originally, Carey wrote four songs with Ben Margulies, which solely constituted her demo tape. After Carey was signed to Columbia, all four songs, after being altered and partially re-recorded, made the final cut for the album. Aside from Margulies, Carey worked with a range of professional writers and producers, all of whom were hired by Columbia CEO, Tommy Mottola. Mariah Carey featured production and writing from Rhett Lawrence, Ric Wake and Narada Michael Walden, all of whom were top record producers at the time. Together with Carey, they conceived the album and reconstructed her original demo tape.

Reviews of the album generally complimented Carey’s voice and technique, but were ambivalent towards the songwriting. It nonetheless became a commercial success, topping the US Billboard 200 album chart for 11 consecutive weeks. Mariah Carey was certified nine-times Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of nine million copies in the United States. The album experienced similar success in Canada, where it topped the charts and was certified seven times Platinum. Mariah Carey fared well in other worldwide territories, reaching the top ten in Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Worldwide, the album has sold more than 15 million copies.

Five singles were released from the album, four of which became number-one hits on the US Billboard Hot 100. Her debut single, “Vision of Love” was chosen as the album’s lead single, topping the charts in Canada, New Zealand and the United States. The song was critically lauded, and is regarded as one of the strongest debut singles by a female artist. With the following three singles, “Love Takes Time”, “Someday” and “I Don’t Wanna Cry” reaching number one in the US, Carey became the first artist since The Jackson 5 to have their first four singles top the charts in the United States.

1. “Vision of Love” 3:29
2. “There’s Got to Be a Way” 4:53
3. “I Don’t Wanna Cry” 4:48
4. “Someday” 4:05
5. “Vanishing” 4:12
6. “All in Your Mind” 4:44
7. “Alone in Love” 4:12
8. “You Need Me” 3:51
9. “Sent from Up Above” 4:05
10. “Prisoner” 4:24
11. “Love Takes Time” 3:49

Mariah Carey – vocals, background vocals, arranger, vocal arrangements
Ben Margulies – drums, keyboards, programming, arranger
Narada Michael Walden – drums, arranger, additional production, rhythm arrangement
Ren Klyce – Linn drums, Fairlight programming
Joe Franco – drums, percussion, drum programming
Ric Wake – drum programming, additional arrangement
Omar Hakim – drums
Jimmy Rip – guitars
Chris Camozzi – acoustic guitar, electric guitar
David Williams – guitars
Michael Landau – guitars
Vernon Reid – guitars
Nile Rodgers – guitars
Rhett Lawrence – keyboards, recording, mixing, arranger
Louis Biancaniello – keyboards, bass, programming, rhythm programming
Richard Tee – piano
Marcus Miller – Fretless bass
Walter Afanasieff – synth horns, keyboards, synthesizers, synth bass, arranger
Billy T. Scott – background vocals
The Billy T. Scott Emsemble – background vocals
Fonzie Thornton – background vocals


Tuesday 2/23/2021 12am ET: Feature LP: Rod Stewart – Storyteller The Complete Anthology (1964- 1990)

Storyteller – The Complete Anthology: 1964–1990, often referred to as The Storyteller Anthology or simply Storyteller is a 4-disc compilation released by Rod Stewart in November 1989 (see 1989 in music). It was released by Warner Bros. Records (WEA 9 25987-2) and contains sixty-five tracks, five of which had never before been released.

Disc One
“Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” (previously released as a single) – 2:06
“Can I Get a Witness?” (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – 3:34
“Shake” (previously released as a single) – 2:48
“So Much to Say” (previously released as B-side to “Little Miss Understood”) – 3:13
“Little Miss Understood” (previously released as a single) – 3:37
“I’ve Been Drinking” (previously released as B-side to “Love Is Blue” by The Jeff Beck Group) – 3:17
“I Ain’t Superstitious” (previously released on Truth by The Jeff Beck Group) – 4:53
“Shapes of Things” (previously released on Truth by The Jeff Beck Group) – 3:18
“In a Broken Dream” (previously released as a single by Python Lee Jackson) – 3:39
“Street Fighting Man” (previously released on An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down) – 5:05
“Handbags and Gladrags” (previously released on An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down) – 4:23
“Gasoline Alley” (previously released on Gasoline Alley) – 4:02
“Cut Across Shorty” (previously released on Gasoline Alley) – 6:31
“Country Comforts” (previously released on Gasoline Alley) – 4:43
“It’s All Over Now” (previously released on Gasoline Alley) – 6:22
“Sweet Lady Mary” (previously released on Long Player by Faces) – 5:48
“Had Me a Real Good Time” (previously released on Long Player by Faces) – 5:54

Disc Two
“Maggie May” (previously released on Every Picture Tells a Story) – 5:45
“Mandolin Wind” (previously released on Every Picture Tells a Story) – 5:30
“(I Know) I’m Losing You” (previously released on Every Picture Tells a Story) – 5:22
“Reason to Believe” (previously released on Every Picture Tells a Story) – 4:07
“Every Picture Tells a Story” (previously released on Every Picture Tells a Story) – 5:58
“Stay With Me” (previously released on A Nod Is as Good as a Wink…To a Blind Horse by Faces) – 4:37
“True Blue” (previously released on Never a Dull Moment) – 3:33
“Angel” (previously released on Never a Dull Moment) – 4:04
“You Wear It Well” (previously released on Never a Dull Moment) – 5:02
“I’d Rather Go Blind” (previously released on Never a Dull Moment) – 3:53
“Twistin’ the Night Away” (previously released on Never a Dull Moment) – 3:14
“What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)” (previously released as UK B-side to “Angel”) – 2:52
“Oh! No Not My Baby” (previously released as a Rod Stewart and Faces single) – 3:38
“Pinball Wizard” (previously released on Tommy (London Symphony Orchestra album) and later on the greatest hits compilation Sing It Again Rod) – 3:40
“Sweet Little Rock ‘N Roller” (previously released on Smiler) – 3:46
“Let Me Be Your Car” (previously released on Smiler) – 4:58
“You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything” (previously released as a single by Faces) – 4:23

Disc Three
“Sailing” (previously released on Atlantic Crossing) – 4:38
“I Don’t Want to Talk About It (1975)” (previously released on Atlantic Crossing) – 4:49
“Stone Cold Sober” (previously released on Atlantic Crossing) – 4:12
“To Love Somebody” with Booker T. & the M.G.’s (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) – 4:30
“Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright)” (previously released on A Night on the Town) – 3:54
“The First Cut Is the Deepest” (previously released on A Night on the Town) – 4:26
“The Killing of Georgie (Part I and II)” (previously released on A Night on the Town) – 6:31
“Get Back” (previously released on All This and World War II soundtrack) – 4:24
“Hot Legs” (previously released on Foot Loose & Fancy Free) – 5:11
“I Was Only Joking” (previously released on Foot Loose & Fancy Free) – 6:02
“You’re in My Heart (The Final Acclaim)” (previously released on Foot Loose & Fancy Free) – 4:28
“Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?” (previously released on Blondes Have More Fun) – 5:28
“Passion” (previously released on Foolish Behaviour) – 5:30
“Oh God, I Wish I Was Home Tonight” (previously released on Foolish Behaviour) – 5:01
“Tonight I’m Yours (Don’t Hurt Me)” (previously released on Tonight I’m Yours) – 4:10

Disc Four
“Young Turks” (previously released on Tonight I’m Yours) – 5:01
“Baby Jane” (previously released on Body Wishes) – 4:43
“What Am I Gonna Do (I’m so in Love with you)” (previously released on Body Wishes) – 4:17
“People Get Ready” with Jeff Beck (previously released as a single) – 4:52
“Some Guys Have All the Luck” (previously released on Camouflage) – 4:32
“Infatuation” (previously released on Camouflage) – 5:12
“Love Touch” (previously released on Every Beat of My Heart) – 4:03
“Every Beat of My Heart” (previously released on Every Beat of My Heart) – 5:18
“Lost in You” (previously released on Out of Order) – 4:57
“My Heart Can’t Tell You No” (previously released on Out of Order) – 5:11
“Dynamite” (previously released on Out of Order) – 4:15
“Crazy About Her” (previously released on Out of Order) – 4:54
“Forever Young” (previously released on Out of Order) – 4:03
“I Don’t Want to Talk About It (1989)” (previously unreleased version) – 4:52
“This Old Heart of Mine” with Ronald Isley (previously unreleased version) – 4:12
“Downtown Train” (Tom Waits) (new song) – 4:39

Monday 2/22/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Eagles – Greatest Hits (1971 – 1975) (1976)

Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) is the first compilation album by the American rock band the Eagles, released on February 17, 1976 by Asylum Records. The album contains a selection of songs from the Eagles’ first four albums released in the period from the Eagles’ formation in 1971 up to 1975.

Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) reached number one on the US Billboard 200, where it stayed for five weeks. “One of These Nights” and “Best of My Love” both topped the Billboard Hot 100. The album has the distinction of being the first album to receive the RIAA Platinum certification, which was introduced in 1976 to recognize albums that shipped one million copies in the United States. It was ranked number four on the Billboard year-end album chart of 1976 and has spent a total of 239 weeks on the Billboard 200 as of August 2018.

Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) was the best-selling album of the 20th century in the United States, and it stayed the best-selling album in the U.S. for some years until it was surpassed by Michael Jackson’s Thriller after the artist’s death in 2009. In August 2018, it regained the title of the best-selling album in the U.S. In 2017, it was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or artistically significant”.

1. “Take It Easy” (from Eagles, 1972) 3:29
2. “Witchy Woman” (from Eagles) 4:10
3. “Lyin’ Eyes” (from One of These Nights, 1975) 6:21
4. “Already Gone” (from On the Border, 1974) 4:13
5. “Desperado” (from Desperado, 1973) 3:33

1. “One of These Nights” (from One of These Nights) 4:51
2. “Tequila Sunrise” (from Desperado) 2:52
3. “Take It to the Limit” (from One of These Nights) 4:48
4. “Peaceful Easy Feeling” (from Eagles) 4:16
5. “Best of My Love” (from On the Border) 4:35

Glenn Frey – guitars, vocals; piano
Bernie Leadon – guitars, backing vocals; banjo, pedal steel, mandolin
Randy Meisner – bass guitar, vocals
Don Henley – drums, vocals
Don Felder – guitars on “Lyin’ Eyes”, “Already Gone”, “One of These Nights”, and “Take It to the Limit”

Monday 2/22/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Cheap Trick – Dream Police (1979)

Dream Police is the fourth studio album by American rock band Cheap Trick. It was released September 21, 1979, and was their third release in a row produced by Tom Werman. It is the band’s most commercially successful studio album, going to No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart and being certified platinum within a few months of its release.

“Dream Police” – 3:49
“Way of the World” – 3:39
“The House Is Rockin’ (With Domestic Problems)” – 5:12
“Gonna Raise Hell” – 9:20
“I’ll Be with You Tonight” – 3:52
“Voices” – 4:22
“Writing on the Wall” – 3:26
“I Know What I Want” – 4:29
“Need Your Love” – 7:39
“The House Is Rockin’ (With Domestic Problems)” (live) – 6:16
“Way of the World” (live) – 3:59
“Dream Police” (No Strings Version) – 3:52
“I Know What I Want” (live) – 4:43

Robin Zander – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Rick Nielsen – lead guitar, backing vocals
Tom Petersson – bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on “I Know What I Want”
Bun E. Carlos – drums, percussion

Jai Winding – organ, piano, keyboards
Steve Lukather – guitar on “Voices”

Sunday 2/21/21 2am ET: Feature LP: Bon Jovi – New Jersey (1988)

New Jersey is the fourth studio album by American hard rock band Bon Jovi, released on September 19, 1988 by Mercury Records. The album was produced by Bruce Fairbairn and recorded at Little Mountain Sound Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The album was the follow-up to the band’s third album, Slippery When Wet, and reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart in its second week of release after debuting at number eight. It remained at the top for four consecutive weeks and was Bon Jovi’s last album to do so until Lost Highway (2007).

It produced five Billboard Hot 100 top ten hits, the most top ten hits to date for any hard rock/glam metal album, including “Bad Medicine” and “I’ll Be There for You”, which both reached number one. The album was certified 7× platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album also debuted at number one in the UK and was the band’s first UK No. 1 album. New Jersey was released by the Soviet state-owned record label Melodiya, being the first American album to be officially released in the USSR.

1. “Lay Your Hands on Me” 5:58
2. “Bad Medicine” 5:16
3. “Born to Be My Baby” 4:40
4. “Living in Sin” 4:39
5. “Blood on Blood” 6:16
6. “Homebound Train” 5:10
7. “Wild Is the Wind” 5:08
8. “Ride Cowboy Ride” 1:25
9. “Stick to Your Guns” 4:45
10. “I’ll Be There for You” 5:46
11. “99 in the Shade” 4:29
12. “Love for Sale” 3:58
13. “Blood on Blood” (Live Version) 12:04
14. “Born to Be My Baby” (Live Version) 5:47

Jon Bon Jovi – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Richie Sambora – lead guitar, background vocals
Alec John Such – bass guitar, background vocals
Tico Torres – drums, percussion, background vocals on “Born to Be My Baby”, “Love for Sale”
David Bryan – keyboards, background vocals
Scott Fairbairn – cello
Audrey Nordwell – cello
Bruce Fairbairn – additional percussion, horn

Sunday 2/21/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Phil Collins – Face Value (1981)

Face Value is the debut solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins, released on February 13, 1981 by Virgin Records in the UK and Atlantic Records in the US and abroad. After his first wife filed for divorce in 1979, Collins began to write songs during a break in activity from his band Genesis with much of the material concerning his personal life. The album was recorded from mid-1980 to early 1981 with Collins and Hugh Padgham as producers. Additional musicians include the Phenix Horns, Alphonso Johnson, and Eric Clapton.

Face Value was an instant commercial success and reached No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart for three weeks and No. 7 on the US Billboard 200. It has since sold over 5 million copies in the US and over 1.5 million in the UK. The album received widespread praise from critics. Its lead single “In the Air Tonight”, released in January 1981, reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and became known for its drum arrangement and use of gated reverb. In January 2016, Face Value was reissued with bonus tracks and new photography in the style of the original but featuring a present-day Collins.

1. “In the Air Tonight” 5:34
2. “This Must Be Love” 3:55
3. “Behind the Lines” 3:53
4. “The Roof Is Leaking” 3:16
5. “Droned” 2:49
6. “Hand in Hand” 5:20
7. “I Missed Again” 3:41
8. “You Know What I Mean” 2:33
9. “Thunder and Lightning” 4:12
10. “I’m Not Moving” 2:33
11. “If Leaving Me Is Easy” 4:54
12. “Tomorrow Never Knows” 4:15
13. “Over the Rainbow” 0:37

1. “Misunderstanding” (live 2004) 4:42
2. “If Leaving Me Is Easy” (live 1985) 7:23
3. “In the Air Tonight” (live 1997) 7:51
4. “Behind the Lines” (live 1985) 3:39
5. “The Roof Is Leaking” (demo 1980) 3:12
6. “Hand in Hand” (live 1997) 9:47
7. “I Missed Again” (live 2004) 4:22
8. “…And So to F…” (live 1982) 6:22
9. “This Must Be Love” (demo 1980) 3:44
10. “Please Don’t Ask” (demo 1980) 4:01
11. “Misunderstanding” (demo 1980) 2:53
12. “Against All Odds” (demo 1980) 2:58

Friday 2/19/21 12pm ET: Feature Artist: Falco

Johann “Hans” Hölzel (February 19, 1957 – February 6, 1998), better known by his stage name Falco, was an Austrian singer, musician, and songwriter.

Falco had several international hits including “Rock Me Amadeus”, “Der Kommissar”, “Vienna Calling”, “Jeanny”, “The Sound of Musik”, “Coming Home (Jeanny Part II, One Year Later)”, and posthumously “Out of the Dark”. “Rock Me Amadeus” reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts in 1986, making him the only artist whose principal language was German to score a vocal number-one hit in the United States (Bert Kaempfert reached No. 1 in January 1961 with the instrumental “Wonderland by Night”). According to his estate, he has sold 20 million albums and 40 million singles, which makes him the best-selling Austrian singer of all time.

Falco died of severe injuries received on February 6, 1998, 13 days before his 41st birthday, when his Mitsubishi Pajero collided with a bus on the road linking the towns of Villa Montellano and Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. At the time of his death he was planning a comeback, which was successful with the posthumously released album Out of the Dark (Into the Light). His body was returned to Austria and buried at the Vienna Central Cemetery.