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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 16th June 2006

01). Ambrosia - You're The Only Woman, from ''Live at The Galaxy", in 1999

02). Al Kooper - Green Onions, from 'Black Coffee", in 2005

03). Butterfield Blues Band - No Amount of Lovin', from "Live", in 1970

04). Colin James - The Boogie Twist Part 2, from "Colin James & The Little Big Band", in 1993

05). Johnny Winter - Rock and Roll, from ''Still Alive and Well", in 1973

06). Rick Derringer - Cry Baby, from "Back To The Blues", from 1993

07). Conception - Gethsemane, from ''Flow", in 1997

08). Ten - March of The Argonauts/Fear The Force, from "Spellbound", in 1999

09). Balance of Power - Savage Tears, from ''Ten More Tales", in 1999


10). Birth Control - Preacher Man, from "Two Worlds", in 1995

11). Jane - Music Machine, from "Lady", in 1975

12). Lava - Tears Are Going Home, from "Tears Are Going Home", in 1973

13). Ikarus - Eclipse, from "Ikarus", in 1971

14). Virus - King Heroin, from "Thoughts", in 1971

15). Gomorrah - Dance On a Volcano, from "I Turned To See Whose Voice It Was", in 1972

16). Epsilon - On The Road, from "Off", in 1974

17). Missus Beastly - Geisha, from "Missus Beastly", in 1972

18). Gash - 21 Days, from "A Young Man's Gash", in 1972


19). Lincoln Street Exit - Man Machine, from "Drive It", in 1968

20). Geronimo Black - Trail of Tears, from "Welcome Back, Geronimo Black", in 1980

21). Xit - Reservation of Education, from "Without Reservation - Live", in 2002

22). Jade Warrior - We Have Reason To Believe, from "Released", in 1972

23). Juicy Lucy - Thinking of My Life, from "Lie Back and Enjoy It", in 1970

24). Colosseum - The Kettle, from "Valentyne Suite", in 1969

25). Hookfoot - Cruisin', from "Live in Memphis - 1972", in 1972

26). Chain - Blow In D, from "The History of Chain", in 1974

27). Golden Earring - All Day Watcher, from "Together", in 1972

28). Thunder - Love Walked In, from ''Live", in 1998

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