The King of Cleveland

By: StoneJunkie66

19 songs / 1:34:55

  1. 1 Ian Hunter With Mick Ronson / Cleveland Rocks 08:22
  2. 2 Earth Quake / Friday On My Mind 07:28
  3. 3 The Babys / Head First 04:30
  4. 4 The Pretenders / Precious 03:23
  5. 5 The Cars / Night Spots 03:47
  6. 6 Lou Reed / Sweet Jane 02:34
  7. 7 The Clash / Police & Thieves 05:38
  8. 8 Romeo Void / Never Say Never 04:06
  9. 9 John Lennon / Come Together 04:29
  10. 10 Talking Heads / Take Me To The River 05:37
  11. 11 The Police / Roxanne 08:36
  12. 12 U2 / 11 O'Clock Tick Tock 04:47
  13. 13 Raspberries / Tonight 03:44
  14. 14 Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers / Don't Bring Me Down 03:42
  15. 15 Warren Zevon / Excitable Boy 04:12
  16. 16 The Who / Summertime Blues 03:45
  17. 17 The Rolling Stones / When The Whip Comes Down 05:07
  18. 18 Elvis Costello & the Attractions / Radio, Radio 02:30
  19. 19 The Ohio Players / Love Rollercoaster 08:38

This is for everyone who remembers the golden age of FM radio. Cleveland's own WMMS was at the peak of their popularity, and the DJ's were free to play whatever they liked. For those of us who were lucky enough to live in Cleveland during this time it was great. FM Radio was king, the Cleveland Agora seemed to book every act on every tour, and who could forget the "Coffee Break Concerts" broadcast live every Wednesday, The "World Series of Rock" shows at old Municipal Stadium, and Live Music Weekends where every song played was from a live recording.