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How Music Changed

On this show we cover the time period between March and May of 1965 – a relatively short period of time to find a sizeable number of pop hits. In this ...read more


1964 was certainly the year of the Beatles. 1965, though, was something different. With all of that Beatle music floating around and influencing our ...read more


We pick up our series at the tail end of 1964, with the entire music business reeling from Beatlemania. Even the other British acts are feeling the ...read more


Most historians lump all English artists who debuted in the U.S. during 1964 into the ‘first wave’ of the British Invasion. I, however, feel it would be ...read more


The first few months of the British Invasion were thoroughly dominated by the Beatles. A good number of groups joined the fray by April, but the Beatles ...read more


A few weeks back, we did a series of shows on what music was like in England before the British Invasion. Now, the time has come to cover the real McCoy – ...read more


This show is a sad one. It took us three one-hour episodes to record the time period when Bix Biederbecke played on only seventy known tracks. ...read more


Our third part in this series dedicated to the music of Bix Biederbecke and Frank Trumbauer captures our subjects at the absolute peak of their powers. ...read more


BIX, TRAM & THE JAZZ AGE, PART 2 So far, when we’ve covered artists who debuted in the ‘20s, the first show usually contains much more conversation than ...read more


From today’s perspective, it may seem politically incorrect, or even racist, to portray the history of early jazz in black and white terms, but the truth ...read more


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