episode date - December 14, 2011
Once again, we are confronted with an embarrassment of riches for classic material from 40 years ago. Rather than play excerpts, this month we decided that it may be fun to play an entire album for each program, especially since there are so many great records that deserve reconsideration.
We start this series with David Bowie’s “Hunky Dory.” It was the first fully realized album that Bowie had released, and it came at a time before Bowie had fully embraced the glam stylings that were starting to develop. Chock full of memorable songs and extraordinary arrangements, this is the album that served as a harbinger of things to come.
Oh! You Pretty Things
Eight Line Poem
Life on Mars?
Fill Your Heart
Song for Bob Dylan
The Bewlay Brothers
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