Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim
Album #40: March 1967
Episode date - September 21, 2016
Whenever music people talk about the year 1967, the conversation almost always focuses on Psychedelia and the Summer of Love.
Jewels in the Rough
Episode date - February 4, 2015
Not many people would consider 1975 to be a ‘banner year’ for pop music.
Two Favorite Albums : In The Dark & Feats Don't Fail me Now
Episode date - September 24, 2014
By the mid-‘70s, pop music began to get more than a little bit weird, but there was still plenty of great stuff lingering on the periphery of popular trends.
So Many Styles
Episode date - March 6, 2013
By now, you don’t need to hear me rave about the wealth of strong material that was released in the early seventies – it was as if rock and roll had matured to an age that found it at f
The Time Was
New Years 1973
Episode date - January 2, 2013
You sure didn’t need to wait long to sense that change was in the air. Rock and roll music continued to roll on, but new twists were being layered on from all quarters.
Captain Beefheart: Trout Mask Replica (Part 2)
Album #66 - June 1969
Episode date - February 21, 2018
This program features part two of Captain Beefheart’s fractured masterpiece, “Trout Mask Replica”.
Captain Beefheart: Trout Mask Replica (Part 1)
Album #66 - June 1969
Episode date - February 14, 2018
First of all, I’m certain that Don Van Vliet would not (necessarily) have approved, but it probably wouldn’t hurt to be stoned for your first listen.
Album #65 - June 1969
Episode date - February 10, 2018
First of all, I will argue until I am blue that “Philosophy of the World” is not a bad album. It is hopelessly naïve, musically clueless and painfully out of touch with reality.
The 1960's and Its Effect on the 1970's and Beyond
February 9, 2018
Episode date - February 9, 2018
Recently, the Huntington Arts Council have been featuring an art exhibit that features works from the '60s.
The Kinks: After Arthur
Channel 149 - Part 18
Episode date - February 2, 2018
After suffering – and surviving - a lengthy spurt of outright ignorance by the press and the public, the Kinks started to emerge as a band of survivors.