Strange Varieties - Part 2
Episode date - December 10, 2014
Last week we focused our show on the disparities that existed between the popular styles that came into the foreground in late 1974.
Derek & The Dominos: Layla
Episode date - November 28, 2014
When Delaney and Bonnie’s band fell apart, the remaining bandmembers came to Clapton, suggesting that they continue working, only with him as a bonafide frontman.
Strange Varieties - Part 1
Episode date - December 3, 2014
1974 was a very interesting year for albums, but I spent most of the year obsessed with a new genre called Southern Rock.
Otis Redding: Otis Blue
Episode date - November 26, 2014
During his lifetime, Otis Redding set the benchmark for soul music. He still defines the genre, and to this day, his music remains as fresh and vital as it was in the mid-sixties.“
Episode date - October 29, 2014
Chances are you’ll only be able to find the British edition, but if you’re into collecting moldy old vinyl, I’d recommend the U.S. edition of Them’s first LP.
B.B. King: Live at the Regal
Episode date - October 10, 2014
Imagine a time when black blues artists actually played to a black audience.
The West Coast Sound
Episode date - October 1, 2014
For better or worse, the west coast pretty much ran the music industry in the mid-seventies.
John Coltrane – A Love Supreme
Episode date - September 10, 2014
By design, there are precious few jazz albums on my list of ‘alternative albums’ (see my long preamble/rant at the introduction of the book for the specific reasons).
Classic Hit Singles
Episode date - August 27, 2014
It’s been a while since we did a show based on hit singles, and since the summer of ’64 was a classic era for pop music, we figured it’d be nice to play a few oldies that have rea
The Ronettes: Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes
Episode date - August 20, 2014
What??? This record topped out at # 96? What sort of alternate universe/ twisted history of the world have I been living in? I simply cannot believe that this wasn’t a huge hit album.