Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Trans Europe Express” by Kraftwerk


Not only were Kraftwerk purveyors of early ‘70s progressive rock, they pretty much single handedly invented the electronic Techno-Pop music that paved the way to the dance music we hear today from LCD Soundsystem and Daft Punk. This oft-sampled title track from their 1977 album has popped up in recordings by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic […]

Big East Power Rankings


Unbeaten Syracuse maintains their hold on the top spot in my latest Big East Basketball Power Rankings.  As has been the case early in this season, the pecking order after the Orange remains up for grabs as we have our fourth #2 team in the past four weeks.  Be sure to check back every Friday […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “We Will Commit Wolf Murder” by of Montreal


of Montreal formed in 1996 around key member Kevin Barnes and was part of the Elephant 6 collective that gave us the bands Apples In Stereo, Olivia Tremor Control, Beulah and Neutral Milk Hotel. Their sound is a little bit Prince, a little bit Bowie, some Queen, a heaping helping of prog rock and an […]

A Fleeting Glimpse of… Pink Floyd’s The Wall Demos


Old Pink almost caught a fleeting glimpse of something quite terrible in the song Comfortably Numb from The Wall album. But Pink Floyd fans can now definitely catch a fleeting glimpse of something much better from the Immersion Boxset of The Wall album! Two of the seven discs are dedicated to The Wall being under construction […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “We Take Care Of Our Own” by Bruce Springsteen


Meet the new boss! From the forthcoming album “Wrecking Ball” due out March 6, 2012 comes this new slice of classic sounding Bruce. Enjoy!

Dorf On Sports – 1/18/12


with Fred Wallin and Andy Dorf On this edition of the show, Fred and Andy look at the NFL playoffs and this weekend’s games.  Fred rants about his AT&T experience, and there is a discussion of the NBA comparing past and present players. Click to hear

Time Warp Song of the Day – The Swallows: “It Ain’t The Meat”


Bart Shore’s  Time Warp Song of the Day. Formed in 1946 from Baltimore, this tune from 1951 was a jukebox hit that couldn’t get any airplay. Pretty risque for the conservative fifties.  The Swallows with “It Ain’t The Meat, It’s The Motion.” Click to hear

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Classic Deep Cut 1-19-12


Today’s cut comes from the enormously successful album from Phil Collins No Jacket Required.  Nice little back story to go with it as well. Click the album cover to play.


Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Silly Love” by 10cc


They were a super group before anyone ever knew it. 10cc consisted of two sets of songwriters. Graham Gouldman wrote the classic hits “For Your Love,” “Heart Full Of Soul,” and “Evil Hearted You” for The Yardbirds, “Bus Stop” and “Look Through Any Window” for the Hollies and “No Milk Today” for Herman’s Hermits. His […]

Hawks Power Past Sabres 6-2


“Were playing great hockey, if we keep playing that way we know the goals are going to come,” said Jonathan Toews.  “It’s making a huge dfference that for our team right now all four lines are working to make things happens   dpesnt matter who we play against,  if we play a smart defensive game […]

Time Warp Song of the Day – 1/18/12


For today, January 18, 2012- Erma Franklin – Baby I Love You Better known as Aretha Franklin’s sister, and the original singer of “Piece of My Heart.” (1939-2002) Click to hear

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Classic Deep Cut 1-18-12


A greater song you will never hear.  It was written in 1939 and recorded by Billy Holliday in 1941 and done up right by Blood Sweat and Tears in 1969. Please revisit God Bless The Child.


Home Improvement USA – 1/17/12

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with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal Join us as we talk with Alan Schulman of Glentronics about energy efficient basement sump pumps.  Then George Rieger of North Branch Property Inspection in Evanston, IL describes the differences between commercial vs home inspections and relates some crazy stories from his years in the business.  Also, Asthon Ritchie […]

Penn State Town Hall in NYC


The last place any sane person wanted to be this past Friday night was the Marriott hotel in Manhattan’s financial district. The hotel’s grand ballroom would be a good setting for a bad prom, complete with an ugly red carpet and garish inverted-pyramid chandeliers. An uneasy crowd of about 300 Penn State alums had gathered […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Joy In Repetition” by Prince


There are guitarist who can play from the head, but rarer are the guitarists who play from the heart….you know, the ones whose emotions are left out hangin’ to dry with each note. Jimi Hendrix did…so did Jerry Garcia and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Derek Trucks sure does and so does Neil Young. Here we have […]