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Night Trax
Monday January 13th, 2020 with Professor Mike
Episode 297: Our Garden Of Hopes And Dreams

Ready to roll with anther five hour fun fest known as Night Trax and as always a huge thanks to everyone who tunes in every week on the radio and online and you my fellow listeners are the reason this show has been a big success since its inception and on air debut January 20th, 2014 and for tuning in week in and week out and in one week, it the start of Season 7 and not sure how to thank you all for making this dream I had many years ago into a reality the present day. As always I do welcome your phone calls, online comments and shout outs and hoping you all have a great week ahead.
Spirit Of Radio
Rush - Permanent Waves (1980) - Anthem Canadian
Red Barchetta
Rush - Moving Pictures (1981) - Anthem Canadian
Lock And Key
Rush - Hold Your Fire (1987) - Anthem Canadian
2112: Overture/The temples Of Syrinx/Discovery/Presentation/Oracle: The Dream/Soliloquy/Grand Finale
Rush - 2112 (1976) - Mercury Canadian
Stick It Out
Rush - Counterparts (1993) - Anthem Canadian
The Sign Of The Southern Cross
Black Sabbath - Mob Rules (1981 - Warner Brothers
The Mob Rules
Black Sabbath - Heavy Metal - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2LP (1981) - Full Moon/Asylum
Devil Inside
Inxs - Kick (1987) - Atlantic
Life After Death
Ian Hunter - You're Never Alone With A Schizophrenic (1979) - Chrysalis
Nightmares And Dreams
Ian Thomas - Calabash (1976) - GRT Canadian
Dreamer's Dream
Tom Cochrane - Ragged Ass Road (1995) - Capitol Canadian
Tomorrow (Joining Of The Day)
Babe Ruth - Stealin' Home (1975) - Capitol
Rodney Dangerfield - 1974
Johnny Carson -
Bump And Rob - 1987
Super Dave Osborne - Canadian
Eddie Murphy
Johnny Carson -
Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)
Elton John - 7" (1982) - Geffen
Ils S'aiment
Daniel Lavoie - 7" (1982) - Kebec-Disc Canadian
En Chantant
Michel Sardou - 7" (1978) - Trema
Peggy Sue
The Beach Boys - 7" (1978) - Brother/Reprise
Do You Believe In Love
Huey Lewis And The News - 7" (1982) - Chrysalis
Remember The Nights
The Motels - 7" (1983) - Capitol
Baby, I Love Your way
Peter Frampton - 7" (1976) - A&M
What The Hell I Got
Michel Pagliaro - 7" (1975) - Columbia Canadian
You Can talk To Me
Stevie Nicks - 7" (1985) - Modern
You Keep Me Up
Terry Jacks - 7" (1977) - Goldfish Canadian
How Will I Know
Michael Breen - 7" (1987) - Alert Canadian
Babe
Styx - 7" (1979) - A&M
Follow You, Follow Me
Genesis - 7" (1978) - Atlantic
All I Wanna Do
Doucette - 7" (1978) - Mushroom Canadian
Living Together, Growing Together
The 5th Dimension - 7" (1973) - Bell
Dream A Little Dream Of Me
The Mamas And Papas - 7" (1968) - Dunhill
I Was Made For Lovin' You
Kiss - 12" (1979) - Casablanca
I Like It (7" Edit)
Dino - 12" (1989) - 4th & Broadway/Island
Let Him Go
Vivien Vee - 12" (1980) - Emergency Canadian
The Boss
Diana Ross - 12" (1978) - Motown
I Need A Man
Eurythmics - 12" (1987) - RCA
Never
Center Stage - 12" (1980) - Prelude
I'm So Excited
Pointer Sisters - 12" (1983) - Planet
One Of Those Songs
Linda Clifford - Let Me Be Your Woman 2LP (1979) - Curtom/RSO
I Have A Dream
Abba - Voulez Vous (1979) - Atlantic
Birthday
The Beatles - The White Album 2LP (1968) - Apple
Kiss You (When Its Dangerous)
Eight Seconds - 7" (1986) - Polydor Canadian
Love Is In The Air
Martin Stevens - 7" (1978) - Columbia Canadian
Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel
Tavares - 7" (1976) - Capitol
Theme Song From Which Way Is Up
Stargard - 7" (1977) - MCA
Love Will Find A Way
Pablo Cruise - 7" (1977) - A&M
Tell Me If You Still Care
The S.O.S. Band - 12" (1983) - Tabu
Drift AWay
Rod Stewart - Atlantic Crossing (1975) - Warner Brothers
I Miss You
Klymaxx - Meeting In The Ladies Room (1985) - Constellation/MCA
Let Me Go
Ray Parker Jr. - The Other Woman (1982) - Arista
Interactive CKCU
Professor Mike (host)
Rush to start off this morning's broadcast

2:09 AM, January 13th, 2020
Xpizto
Thanks for all the music. I'll be tuned in next week for the anniversary show!

2:12 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Thanks Xpizto and it will be exactly six years to the date January 20th, 2014 when Night Trax was launched

2:18 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Side One of 2112 is side long track written by the Neil Peart who sadly died last Tuesdat at the age of 67

2:30 AM, January 13th, 2020
Elorious Cain
Good morning Mike!

4:18 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Good Morning Elorious, glad you're tuned in

4:19 AM, January 13th, 2020
Elorious Cain
I had never heard that 5th Dimension song before.

4:38 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Realsed as a single in 1973

4:45 AM, January 13th, 2020
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Professor Mike, I LOVE that 5th Dimension song—Living Together, Growing Together—I liked that one when I was a kid—so positive! Glad that Elorious now has heard it too. Next week is your big anniversary show.

5:46 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Yes Shelley Ann next week marks six years to the exact date, January 20th 2014 when Night Trax first went on the air to huge fanfare and now have the longest running weekly overnighter

5:50 AM, January 13th, 2020
Professor Mike (host)
Back again next week for our anniversary broadcast, six years to the date January 20th, 2014 when Night Trax first went on the air

6:50 AM, January 13th, 2020