Today in Rock History – March 26th

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1965, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman all received electric shocks from a faulty microphone on stage during a Rolling Stones show in Denmark. Bill Wyman was knocked unconscious for several minutes. 1966, The Who performed at St. George’s Ballroom in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. 1967, Jimi Hendrix appeared at the Tabernacle Club in Stockport, […]

3DTrouble

3DTrouble

This is  The 3D RadioActivity, and on this, our 274th episode Sean and I are getting into trouble so you won’t.  What does that mean?  How about, disturbing mental calm and contentment, worry, distress, agitatation, inconvenience, exertion, pains, concern, upset, confusion, pester, plague, fret, torment, hector, harass, badger, grief, agitation, care, suffering,  affliction, misfortune, turmoil, […]

SONIC NE3Ds

SONIC NE3Ds

According to Merriam-Webster, the dictionary folks, The Origin of NEED was First Used before 12th century, Middle English , from Old English; akin to Old High German and Prussian precursors. The word can be a noun defining a situation in which someone or something must do or have; that is needed in order to live […]

Today in Rock History – March 15th

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1969, Cream started a two-week run at No.1 on the chart with their album ‘Goodbye.’ 1969, Tommy Roe started a four week run at No.1 on the singles chart with ‘Dizzy’, 1969, Janis Joplin was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, on sale for 35 Cents, 1969, Tyrannosaurus Rex singer Marc Bolan’s first […]

WonD3rful Tunes

WonD3rful Music

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity #272, and this time we are focusing on won·der·ful which is an adjective inspiring pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvelous.  synonyms: include magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, great, amazing, astonishing, incredible, fantastic, frabjous, and mint.  Sean and I have a few slow ones, you may hear and […]

Today in Rock History – March 8th

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1965, Bob Dylan’s single “Subterranean Homesick Blues” was released in the US. The lead track from his Bringing It All Back Home album, gave Dylan his first top 40 hit. Subterranean Homesick Blues is also noted for its innovative film clip, in what became one of the first modern promotional film clips. The clip was […]

Sharing The Pleasure in The 3rd Dimension of Happy

Sharing The Pleasure in The 3rd Dimension of Happy

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity # 271, and on this episode we are playing songs about feeling or showing pleasure, contentment, fortunate and convenience.  These are all definitions of happy.  Since happiness is so subjective, can it really be measured and studied scientifically? Researchers say yes when they also distinguish between the […]

Dale Hawkins: “Susie Q” b/w “Don’t Treat Me This Way”

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #1 – Dale Hawkins: “Susie Q” b/w “Don’t Treat Me This Way” – Checker 45 #863 – 1957 (A1/B1) Today marks the beginning of a new semi-regular series for Song of the Day by Eric Berman. “The Jukebox Series” will focus on the 80 […]

Today in Rock History – February 24th

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1963, The Rolling Stones started a Sunday night residency at The Station Hotel, Richmond, Surrey. The Stones were paid $41 for the gig and played on the first night to a total of 66 people. 1965, The Who appear for the first time on BBC-TV’s Top Of The Pops, where they play “I Can’t Explain” […]

Today in Rock History – February 21st

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1964, Three classic British singles were released, The Rolling Stones “Not Fade Away,” a UK number 3, The Hollies “Just One Look,”a UK number 2, and Billy J Kramer’s “Little Children,” a UK number one. 1964, New York band The Echoes recruited a new, young unknown piano player, named Billy Joel. 1967, Pink Floyd started […]

Today in Rock History – February 20th

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1963, The Beatles drove through the night from Liverpool to London to appear on the live lunchtime BBC radio program Parade of the Pops. The appearance lasted just over four minutes with the band performing “Love Me Do” and “Please Please Me.” They then drove another 180 mile trip back north for their performance that […]

Today in Rock History – February 19th

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1965, Working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles recorded a new John Lennon song “You’re Going To Lose That Girl” in two takes. The track was released on the Help! album. 1966, Lou Christie went to No.1 on the singles chart with “Lightnin’ Strikes.” 1966, Bob Dylan appeared at Ottawa Auditorium in Ottawa, […]

“Shake Your Hips” by Slim Harpo

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Shake Your Hips” by Slim Harpo This record’s got it all! An insinuating groove that doesn’t quit…otherworldly vocals that spook and caress at the same time…laid bare stripped down production, and the stellar harp playing that gave Slim Harpo his surname. There’s good reason why ‘60s British […]

Today in Rock History – February 18th

1965, The Kinks were at number one on the singles chart with “Tired Of Waiting For You,” the group’s second chart topper. 1965, Working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles recorded two new songs, John Lennon’s “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away,” and a new Paul McCartney song “Tell Me What You […]

Uncle Marty Gras 2015

Uncle Marty Gras 2015

t’s time to observe the biggest party of the year, as we present a taste of cajun and points further south on The 3D RadioActivity # 270, as we celebrate Uncle Marty Gras, so let the second line start here! Click to dial it up directly to listen: or download Uncle Marty Gras 2015: https://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20150217-UncleMartyGras2015.mp3 […]