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
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.
Elvis Presley: From Elvis in Memphis
Album #74 - June 1969
Episode date - January 31, 2018
It may not be obvious today, but in 1969, trying to salvage Elvis Presley’s career as a respectably valid musician was a loser’s game.
The Meters - The Meters
Album #64 - May 1969
Episode date - January 24, 2018
The world didn’t necessarily need a band to fill the space between James Brown and the MG’s, but the Meters decided to do it anyway, and a lot us are very glad that they did.
The Kinks: Arthur (Part 1)
Episode date - January 26, 2018
“Arthur” signified a distinct change for the Kinks. Stylistically, not too much about the album is different.
The Kinks: The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (Part 2)
Episode date - January 19, 2018
Every now and then, our show format causes a bit of redundancy in what we cover.
Neil Young: Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Album #73 - May 1969
Episode date - January 17, 2018
Neil Young was quick to start his solo career after the demise of Buffalo Springfield, but his first album was something of a misstep.
The Kinks: The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (Part 1)
Episode date - January 12, 2018
From the inside, the band felt like it was in a state of turmoil, but from the outside the Kinks appeared to be handling the crazy culture of the late ‘60s with a great deal of aplomb.
Procol Harum: A Salty Dog
Album #72 - May 1969
Episode date - January 10, 2018
No matter how you cut it, Procol Harum are an unusual band.
Crosby, Stills and Nash: “Crosby, Stills and Nash”
Album #70 - May 1969
Episode date - January 3, 2018
I’ve loved this album since I was a child (and I certainly was, since I was barely eleven years old when it was released), so it is easy for me to speak in terms of adulation when discussing