Episode 600: ’80s Classic Rock – Moody Blues, John Fogerty, Tina Turner




May 14, 2019


  • The Moody Blues “Tuesday Afternoon” Days of Future Passed (Deram) 1967
  • The Moody Blues “Your Wildest Dreams” The Other Side of Life (Polydor Records) 1986
  • John Fogerty “Centerfield” Centerfield (Warner Bros. Records) 1985
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival “Run Through The Jungle” Cosmo’s Factory (Fantasy) 1970
  • John Fogerty “The Old Man Down The Road” Centerfield (Warner Bros. Records) 1985
  • Tina Turner “Proud Mary” What’s Love Got to Do with It (Capitol Records) 1993
  • Tina Turner “We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)” Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (Capitol Records) 1985
  • Bryan Adams & Tina Turner “It’s Only Love” Reckless (A&M) 1984


As Patrick continues his state-to-state trek, Jim kicks back with Rob Gates and Kevin Goff to talk about more artists that experienced a comeback in the ’80s. Today, they discuss Moody Blues, John Fogerty and Tina Turner!

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