The Lost 45s

The Lost 45s

The Lost 45s with Barry Scott is a Boston radio show that features charted records from the late 60s, 70s and 80s and the largest library of artist interviews found anywhere (over 550!).

The Boston Herald calls "The Lost 45s" "The most successful weekend show in the history of Boston radio".Fact|date=March 2007 The show has been on the air for over 25 years, including six in national syndication and on the Internet since 1999 at

Barry Scott has stated that his ultimate goal is to keep these songs and artists alive in an era of tight playlists.

Barry Scott has written a book, "We Had Joy, We Had Fun" (ISBN 057119835X), released a CD series based on his program internationally and has appeared as a music expert and historian on VH-1's "Behind The Music," CNN and The Howard Stern Show. He has interviewed over 550 recording artists from the period. Barry also includes TV Moments, News Headlines and Movie Moments. The classic syndicated version of "The Lost 45s" shows is featured online only on the website.

ome of the stations that aired "The Lost 45s" with Barry Scott during the syndication years 1993-1999

*WBMX FM/Boston, MA
*KGBY FM/Sacramento, CA
*KJR-FM/Seattle, WA
*WBBQ FM/Atlanta, GA
*KIMN FM/Denver, CO
*WYST FM/Detroit, MI
*WXTR FM/Washington, DC
*KJSN FM/Modesto, CA
*KMGL FM/Oklahoma City, OK
*WSNE FM/Providence, RI
*WHYN-FM/Springfield, MA
*WHBC-FM/Canton, OH
*WKTI FM/Milwaukee, WI
*WNSN FM/South Bend, IN
*KELO-FM/Sioux Falls, SD
*WSFR FM/Louisville, KN
*WCIR-FM/Beaver, West VA
*WGOL FM/Lynchburg, VA
*KLLS FM/Witchita, KN
*WNNS FM/Spaulding, IL
*WLNH FM/Laconia, NH
*WGNY-FM/Beacon, NY
*KFTE FM/Lafayette, LA
*WSWT FM/Peoria, IL
*WSPT-FM/Stephens Point, WI
*WQLT-FM/Florence, AL
*WZBZ FM/Burlington, VT
*WYSR FM/Schenectedy, NY
*KWYI FM/Kamuela, HI
*WITZ-FM/Jasper, IN
*KEZP FM/Alexandria, LA
*KRAI-FM/Craig, CO
*KWAY-FM/Waverly, IO
*WZBR FM/Kinston, NC
*WTBX FM/Hibbing, MN
*KOFI FM/Halipsell, MT
*KOWZ-FM/Owatown, MN
*KVHT FM/Vermillion, SD
*KRKZ FM/Altus, OK
*KZXR FM/Prosser, WA
*WQRX FM/Valley Head, AL
*KLCM FM/Lewiston, MN
*WQEL FM/Bucyrus, OH
*KMMR FM/Malta, MT
*WBTN-FM/Bennington, VT
*WBNF FM/Mariana, FL
*KMBQ FM/Wasilla, AK
*KTHE FM/Themopolis, WY
*KZFN FM/Moscow, ID
*KXGN AM/Glendive, MT

Present Segments of "The Lost 45s with Barry Scott"

*Five-Song Superset: Barry plays 5 songs in a row to start the show.

*Lost 45 Conversations: Barry has interviewed over 550 pop stars from late 60's to mid 80's

*Lost 45 Box Set: Barry plays 5 songs themed style

*Lost Headlines: A look back on news story from the late 60's to mid 80's

*TV Moments: Barry plays snippets of tv shows from the late 60's to mid 80's

*Movie Moments: Barry plays snippets of Movie from late 60's to mid 80's

*Lost 45 Yearbook: Barry plays 5 songs that hit the Billboard Hot 100 from certain year.

Former segments of "The Lost 45s with Barry Scott"

* Lost in the 80s: Barry plays 5 songs from the decade that brought us The Regan era, electric slide and MTV music video era.

* Schoolhouse Rock lesson of the Week: 1 Schoolhouse rock segment each week.

* Birthdays: Barry reads off which 70s and 80s superstars who are celebrating a birthday during the week.

ongs from 1986 to 1989 that were played on The Lost 45's with Barry Scott during Syndication run

* "Feel For Me (Cuddly Toy)" - Roachford 1989
* "Don't Make Me Over" - Sybil Lynch 1989
* "Shattered Dreams" - Johnny Hates Jazz 1988
* "Dreamtime" - Daryl Hall 1986
* "Midnight Blue" - Lou Gramm 1987
* "For Tonight" - Nancy Martinez 1987
* "Perfect World" - Huey Lewis and the News 1988
* "Thinking Of You" - Sa-Fire 1989
* "Twilight World" - Swing Out Sister 1988
* "Another Lover" - Giant Steps 1988
* "Is This Love" - Mr. Mister 1986
* "Who Do You Give Your Love To?" - Michael Morales 1989
* "Let's Go All The Way" - Sly Fox 1986
* "Rumors" - Timex Social Club 1986
* "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" - Paul Lekakis 1987
* "Come As Your Are - Peter Wolf 1987
* "Welcome to the Boomtown" - David & David 1987
* "Prove Your Love" - Taylor Dayne 1988
* "Talk To Me" - Chico DeBarge 1986
* "One Good Woman" - Peter Cetera 1988
* "Time and Tide" - Basia 1988
* "Live Is Life" - Opus 1986
* "Serious" - Donna Allen 1987
* "Downtown" - One 2 Many 1989
* "Baby Love" - Regina 1986
* "Heaven Help Me" - Deon Estes 1989

ongs from late 60's to mid 80's that are played on the WODS FM version of The Lost 45s with Barry Scott

* "Say What" - Jesse Winchester 1981
* "Howzat" - Sherbet 1976
* "Runner" - Manfred Mann's Earth Band 1984
* "Another Star" - Stevie Wonder 1977
* "Miss Broadway" - Belle Epoque 1978
* "Personally" - Karla Bonoff 1982
* "King Of The Hill" - Oak & Rick Pinette 1980
* "Crazy Horses" - The Osmonds 1972
* "She's Mine" - Steve Perry 1984
* "Together" - Tierra 1981
* "Love You Like I Never Loved Before" - John O' Banion 1981
* "You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd" - Roger Miller 1966
* "Straight From The Heart" - Allman Brothers Band 1981
* "Can We Still Be Friends" - Todd Rundgren 1978
* "Back When My Hair Was Short" - Gunhill Road 1974
* "Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby)" - Lulu 1970
* "Sweet Baby" - Stanley Clarke/George Duke 1981
* "I.O.U." - Jimmy Dean 1976
* "Mama Used To Say" - Junior 1982
* "Hanging On A String (Contemplating)" - Loose Ends 1985
* "The Groove Line" - Heatwave 1978
* "Keep The Fire" - Kenny Loggins 1980
* "Dream Merchent" - The New Birth 1975
* "On The Loose" - Saga 1983
* "Judy Mae" - Boomer Castleman 1975
* "How Does It Feel To Be Back" - Hall & Oates 1980
* "Misty" - Ray Stevens 1975
* "Hot Summer Nights" - Night 1979
* "Take Me Down" - Alabama 1982
* "Love Is Alright Tonite" - Rick Springfield 1982
* "Set Me Free" - Utopia 1980
* "If The Love Fits, Wear It" - Leslie Pearl 1982
* "Summer (The First Time)" - Bobby Goldsboro 1973
* "Nice Girls" - Eye To Eye 1982
* "Stay The Night" - Chicago (band) 1984

See for complete Top 100 list and artist list.

ongs on the Lost 45s ID Sweeper

*"My Fair Share" - Seals & Crofts
*"WOLD" - Harry Chapin
*"The Old Songs" - Barry Manilow

TV Moments from the late 60's to mid 80's that are featured on The Lost 45s with Barry Scott

*"Trapper John, M.D."
*"Six Million Dollar Man"
*"Alias Smith & Jones"
*"Land of the Lost"
*"Chico & The Man"
*"The Roger Miller Show"
*"Starsky & Hutch"
*"Medical Center"
*"Grizzly Adams"
*"Hardcastle & McCormick"
*"Punky Brewster"
*"My Three Sons"
*"The Rockford Files"
*"Hart to Hart"
*"The Amazing Spider-Man"
*"Green Acres"
*"Square Pegs"
*"The Fall Guy"
*"Gimme a Break!"
*"Dukes of Hazzard"
*"Welcome Back, Kotter"
*"Lost in Space"
*"The Mod Squad"

TV Moments from 1986-89 that were featured on the Lost 45s with Barry Scott (1993-99)

* McGyver
* The Wonder Years
* Spenser For Hire
* Camp Candy
* Who's The Boss

External links

* [ website]

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