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The RockIt Scientist
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1485 Radio Today
Also on DStv
Audio Channel 70

The RockIt Scientist is a very diverse music programme that features Progressive/ Hard/ Classic Rock, Blues, Brass Rock, Latin/ African Rock, Jazz and Metal music.

As "non-commercial/ non-Top 40" music ranging from the mid sixties to the present day is featured, the intention is to cater for the more discerning music listener, with no age limits or restrictions imposed or implied. An open mind and a love of music is mandatory!

The programme, which is broadcast on 1485am Radio Today, every Friday evening between 10pm and 1am, is presented by Leon Economides, who has worked with radio greats such as Tony Sanderson (Chuckle and Chat Show on Radio 5), Chris Prior (The Priority Feature on Radio 5), Phil Wright (The Dinosaur Days on 5fm), and Rafe Lavine (Rock Classics and The Great Unknowns on Radio 5, and the original RockIt Scientists on SAfm).

Radio Today is also available nationwide on the DStv Audio Channel 70.


Friday 2nd June 2006

01). Fist - Hot Spikes, from "Hot Spikes", in 1980

02). Ted Nugent - Stranglehold, from "Ted Nugent", in 1975

Interview with fantastic South African singer, Luna

03). Luna - Sticky Situation, from "Missing Pieces", in 2005

04). Luna - La Luna, from "Missing Pieces", in 2005

05). Luna - Grapevine, from "Luna", in 2003

06). Luna - Far Away, from "Missing Pieces", in 2005

Interview with Luna ends.

07). Seatrain - Song Of Job, from ''Seatrain", in 1969

08). Kingfish - Hurricane, from ''Trident'', in 1978

09). Bloodrock - Jessica, from ''Bloodrock 3'', in 1971

10). Budgie - Guts, from "Budgie", in 1971

11). Bedlam - Hot Lips, from ''Bedlam'', in 1973

12). Ramatam - Ask Brother Ask, from ''Ramatam'', in 1972

13). Uriah Heep - Why, from ''The Lansdowne Tapes'', in 2002

14). UFO - Natural Thing, from ''No Heavy Petting'', in 1976

15). Tear Gas - Woman For Sale, from "Tear Gas", in 1971

16). Eric Burdon Band - Stop, from "Stop'', in 1975

17). Led Zeppelin - Achilles' Last Stand, from ''Presence'', in 1976

18). Heart - Barracuda, from ''Little Queen'', in 1977

19). Steve Marriott - Fool For a Pretty Face, from "Live in London'', in 1985

20). Livin' Blues - Black Spider Woman, from ''Live '75'', in 1975

21). Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train, from "Best of Live'', in 1981

22). Atomic Rooster - And So To Bed, from "Atomic Rooster", in 1970

23). Argent - It's Only Money, from ''In Deep'', in 1973

24). Paladin - Give Me Your Hand, from "Charge", in 1972

25). Sandrose - Underground Session, from "Sandrose", in 1972

26). Samurai - Saving It Up For So Long, from "Samurai", in 1971

27). Skin Alley - So Glad, from "Two Quid Deal'', in 1972

28). Abarax - Crying Of The Whales, from ''Crying Of The Whales", in 2005

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