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Tracks Of My Life

Author: Keith Graham

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Radio "style" music show. Naughty words may be used
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elcome to another Keith Graham’s Golden Hour, playing only the best music from the 60’s right up to the present day! THIS WEEK...(#867) It’s Golden Hour’s first anniversary! Goodness me 52 shows and counting. During our 53rd show, This Day in 1960’s Music with Dylan and Cash, Otis Redding and a very famous closing chord. This week’s gig is ABC WIGAN 27 February 1965 staring The Rockin’ Berries and Roy Orbison. Our UK vintage chart is 21st February 1999 with The Corrs and Britney Spears. Our new reverse feature, where I play a track backwards... proved popular last week, more this week! Plus, new music from Calvin Harris & Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Jonas Brothers.
Welcome to another Keith Graham’s Golden Hour, playing only the best music from the 60’s right up to the present day! THIS WEEK... At the very top of this week's show, goddess of soul Aretha Franklin with I’m Every Woman including a little bit of Respect to boot! Then, This Day In 1960s Music History features The Top Notes, Amen Corner and Manfred Mann. A great 1970 Golden Gig from Madison Square Garden with Rare Earth, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and, topping the bill, SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE. Then it’s a 1972 chart featuring CHI-LITES, CHICORY TIP and T REX. Also, we have a little competition that may well become a regular feature, more later! How we gonna fit it all in... hope you enjoy the show.
This week’s show is something of a Rock n Roll tribute, because this week, 3rd February 1959, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper were all killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. There will be a special tribute at the end of this week’s show, I think Buddy, Richie and the Big Bopper would approve. Look at it as a tribute to their, and others music... you can dance if you wish... no one is looking!
Welcome to another Keith Graham’s Golden Hour, playing only the best music from the 60’s right up to the present day! THIS WEEK... In this week’s Golden Hour, This Day in 1960’s Music featuring Fleetwood Mac, The Shirelles and James Brown. The Golden Gig’s from Wednesday 13th March 1963 @ The Rialto, York. 1963 staring Tommy Roe and Chris Montez... oh yes, further down the bill was one of those new popular beat combo’s, The Beatles! This week’s chart is the US Official Chart for January 28, 1967, where The Blue Magoos, Loving Spoonful and The Monkees are all vying for the #1 slot. Also this week, that ballad from Seal I promised you last week. Hope you enjoy the show.
Welcome to another Golden Hour, the fastest moving show this side of the River Dane! This Day In 1960’s Music features John Fred & The Playboy Band, The Beach Boys and Petula Clark. This week’s gig is not a golden gig, but a platinum gig... lots of great bands and a fabulous venue. We’ve a great 60’s chart featuring The Move, 4 Tops and Cliff to name but three. Really do hope you’ll enjoy the show.
This week’s chart is the US Billboard TOP 10 for January 12, 1985 with Julian Lennon, Chicago and, for the 2nd time in 2 week’s, Madonna. Our Golden Gig is March 2nd, 1963 at the Sheffield UK City Hall. Topping the bill was Helen Shapiro amongst others. This day in 1960s music featuring The Who, Beatles and Johnny Preston,
Well here we are a brand new year and a brand new show. Hope you had a good holiday and Happy New Year to you. Welcome to Golden Hour 2020. This Day In 1960’s Music with The Who, Beatles and Johnny Cash. Then it’s the Gig. I t’s August 14th , 1965 at the Finsbury Park, Astoria in London, with The Byrds and Donovan plus lot’s of others. Then we take a look at the UK Chart for 6th January 1985 with music from FOREIGNER and MADGE... there is more I promise! We’re ending with a new feature. .. you’ll have to wait and see!
A chance to re-visit some of the Vintage Gigs featured in this years Golden Hour!
Two Golden Hour's in one this week... a sort of 2 x Golden Half-Hour's. One Not Christmas, the second VERY Christmas!
Welcome to another great Keith Graham’s Golden Hour here on your local station. During this week’s show we have a token Christmas jingle! Apart from great music there are our normal features. Coming up, This Day In 1960’s Music with the first track in the US to feature the Beatles, The Supremes with their 3rd US #1 single, and the first public appearance, in 1962, of the Osmonds... you can’t wait for that can you! This week’s Vintage Gig is The Southend Odeon, on December 4th 1964. Lots of those who would become stars, and some that wouldn’t . Also the US The Hot 100 for December 18, 1976 with Rod Stewart @ #1... oh yes, Leo Sayer at #5... I know how much some of you like Leo!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
Celebrating 70 years of popular music!
THIS DAY 9 DECEMBER

THIS DAY 9 DECEMBER

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Loads of stuff for you this week, including... the launch of a Supergroup, the death of a soul icon, and a #1 from another soul icon, during This Day In 1960’s Music. We have a great Vintage Gig from The Rockland Palace, New York in 1958, a famous event hall in Harlem. Including “Mr Ping Pong” Austin & his Orchestra, Jerry Butler and The Impressions, The Coasters, and Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters. Plus there’s this week’s chart it’s the UK chart for December 9 1976, featuring ABBA, Queen and Showadywady. Is it too early to mention Christmas?
The very first Top of the Pops 1964. Presented and Produced by Keith Graham. A Tracks Of My Life Production.
Oh my goodness, it’s almost December already! I was at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester a few weeks ago, to see the Bootleg Beatles and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. More about that in this week’s show which has a distinctive 60’s feel. THIS DAY IN 1960’s MUSIC features The Rolling Stones, The Crickets, and bringing up the rear Led Zeppelin! This week’s GIG OF YESTERYEAR... Spalding, BBQ May 29, 1967. Possibly the first Rock music festival in the UK. This week’s Gig includes live recordings at the event! Our chart, this week, is the US CHART FOR DECEMBER 2 1966, featuring The Beach Boys, Donovan, and Mitch Ryder.
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Keith Graham

Listening to the music now (2018), some sounds a little naff but... oh the memories!

Dec 8th
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Keith Graham

Thanks for all my birthday wishes by the way. Yes, I was 21 and a bit between this and the last show... actually I was 21 and a lot... but who's counting? It's a great show today, even if I say so myself... actually I always say that... but it's true! We have so many great tunes to squeeze in, INCLUDING SOME Northern Soul, so let's start right away

Sep 21st
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