Today in Rock History – April 17th

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1965, Bob Dylan”s debut album The Freewheelin” Bob Dylan was at No.1 on the album chart. 1965, Paul McCartney spent the day shopping for furniture in Portobello Road, London disguised in a cloth cap, moustache, glasses and overcoat. 1966, The Who performed at the Regal Cinema in London. 1967, Jimi Hendrix played in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. […]

The Kennedy Center Honors in 3D

There have been 178 recipients during the Kennedy Center Honor’s first 34 years. This time on The 3D RadioActivity, we are playing the original songs from the performers that were covered by other artists in this yearly tribute. They have been presented annually since 1978 in Washington, D.C., during a weekend-long party that culminates in […]

The 3D Radio Country Music Awards

A is for April, and A is for Accolades. I’m Uncle Marty, this is The Nationally Recognized 3D RadioActivity, and this week we are focusing on music that was number one on the country charts, all from The Country Music Association’s best, as we feature Award winning music for you all month. Next week we […]

Today in Rock History – April 11th

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1964, The Beatles set a new chart record when they had 14 songs on the Billboard Hot 100. The songs ranged from ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ at No.1 to ‘Love Me Do’ at No. 81. 1965, Performing at the New Musical Express poll winners concert, at London’s Wembley Empire Pool, England, The Beatles, The Rolling […]

Today in Rock History – April 4th

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1964, The Beatles held the top five places on the US singles chart, at No. 5 “Please Please Me,” No.4 “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” No.3, “Roll Over Beethoven,” No.2 “Love Me Do,” and at No.1 “Can’t Buy Me Love.” They also had another nine singles on the chart, bringing their total to fourteen […]

3D Radio says Nite Nite

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and on this episode we are musically saying nite-nite with songs that intentionally use the alphabet just a bit differently. So far on this turntable tangent, we have done Day, Night, Says and Tonight, with the grammatically accurate spelling N I G H T. I went through […]

Th*3D Tonight Show

The Tonight Show is an American late-night television talk show that has aired on NBC since 1954. Currently recorded in New York City, it is the longest recurring, regularly scheduled entertainment program in the United States and the third-longest after Meet the Press and Today.  It has been hosted by Steve Allen (1954–57), Jack Paar […]

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, […]

3D Radio Presents 14 Days of Quality Music

Google the word Days, and you will recieve About 1 billion, 40 million results, because “Day” is the 98th most common word in English according to AskOxford.com.  Other interesting facts include: Any number of days may end at midnight, or closing time, when that is earlier; There are about 365.2422 solar days in one mean […]

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 […]

A Little Night Music in 3D

Night is often associated with danger and evil, because of the psychological connection of  all-encompassing murkiness to the fear of the unknown and the obstruction of a major perceptive system, namely the of sense sight.  It is naturally associated with vulnerability and the peril of human physical survival. Criminals, animals, and potential risk can be […]

All Day Music in 3D

3D All Day Music

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and we are going to focus on a building block of time.  In common usage, it is an interval equal to 24 hours.  It also can mean the consecutive period during which the Sun is above the horizon of a location, also known as daytime. The length […]

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 […]

3D Radioactive Olympic Medals

This is The 3D RadioActivity, and it’s time to find some gold, silver and bronze tunes as we commemorate the event. The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking circles, colored blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field, known as the “Olympic Rings”. They are not to be confused […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #81 – Donovan: “Hurdy Gurdy Man” b/w “Teen Angel”– Epic 5-10345

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Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #81 – Donovan: “Hurdy Gurdy Man” b/w “Teen Angel”– Epic 5-10345 Welcome back my friends, to the series that never ends… “The Jukebox Series” focused on the 80 records that currently inhabit my 1963 Seeburg LPC1 jukebox. I’ve had my jukebox (or as I […]