Fred Jacobs Interviews Dr. Demento

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Something I read on a regular basis is the Jacobs Media Blog. Today, they present an interview with the one and only Dr. Demento.  Get an inside peek into the world of this legendary radio personality, and the inspiration for comics such as Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black. Demento was the person who brought Weird […]

Groovy Ghouls and Haunted Hits – The Ultimate Halloween Playlist by Eric Berman

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  Groovy Ghouls and Haunted Hits – The Ultimate Halloween Playlist by Eric Berman For your Halloween party pleasure, cue this ghoulish playlist up in Spotify! This Is Halloween from the Nightmare before Christmas Monster Mash – Bobby Boris Pickett Boris the Spider – The Who Haunted House – Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs […]

3D Heads

3D Heads

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and we are featuring songs revolving around the head. Not like you might see in Looney Tunes, these ones will focus on the part some people feel is the most important part of your physical presentation. Marie Antoinette lost hers, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow features a […]

3D Body Parts – The Back

3D Body Parts - The Back

With Halloween rapidly approaching The 3D RadioActivity is playing music about body parts which seems appropriate to the season, so that is what we will do, focusing on one area.  Now while every tune this time will mention the the word representing the part between the shoulder blades and hips, not all of these tracks […]

City Ditties in 3D

City Ditties in 3D

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and we are going city to city this time.  In most places, a town, village, community, or neighborhood is simply unincorporated with no governmental powers.  In lots of others, an incorporated city is a legally defined government entity, with powers delegated, created and approved by the voters […]

3D Friends

3D Friends

We are playing tunes for and from friends this time, as The 3D RadioActivity moves on with program # 251.  A friend can be a person who acts as a supporter of a cause, organization, or country by giving financial or other help, or someone whom one knows and with whom one has a bond […]

Today in Rock History – October 16th

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1966, Grace Slick performs as a member of Jefferson Airplane for the first time at San Francisco’s Fillmore West after Signe Anderson bows out of the group’s lineup. Slick introduces the band to two new songs, “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love.” 1967, Folk singer Joan Baez was arrested, along with 123 others, for blocking […]

Today in Rock History – October 13th

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1965, The Who recorded “My Generation,” at Pye studios, London. When released as a single it reached number two on the UK chart, held off the top position by The Seekers “The Carnival Is Over.” Roger Daltrey would later say that he stuttered the lyrics to try to fit them to the music. The BBC […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “The Worst Band In The World” by 10cc

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Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “The Worst Band In The World” by 10cc Hey! It’s Kevin Godley’s birthday today! I found this out by listening to my friend Steve “The Professor” Leventhal today on WMXM, the Lake Forest radio station where he does a show every Wednesday morning. Actually, Steve called me […]

Fine 3D Tracks

Fine 3D Tracks

Sean and I are celebrating our 250th show this week here on The 3D RadioActivity with some fine music this time. You may have heard me mention that a few years ago in the rearview mirror, I worked at 93 WXRT-FM, an adult album alternative radio station in Chicago, Illinois. For a long time, their […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Salt Peanuts” by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra

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Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Salt Peanuts” by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra Like the Rock and Roll that sprang from its loins, a new form of off-the-chart mid-1940s Jazz called Be Bop captured the imagination of the youth of America and positively terrified its parents. Not only was the music primarily […]

3D Sleep

3D Sleep

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and I went camping at a music festival last week. The music, friends and food are always a good thing, and even more, I never used the tent, the weather was so nice, I was able to sleep in a hammock every night. That’s why on this […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Bond Street” by Enoch Light

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Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Bond Street” by Enoch Light Shagadelic indeed! Literally hundreds of records were released during the 1950s and 1960s carrying the Enoch Light name. Light was born in Ohio and led The Light Brigade, which was a big band that primarily played on the radio and in theaters […]

Today in Rock History – September 9th

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1965, US newspaper The Hollywood Reporter ran the following advertisement; “Madness folk & roll musicians, singers wanted for acting roles in new TV show. Parts for 4 insane boys.” The Monkees were born. 1965, The Rolling Stones were at No.1  with (“I Can”t Get No) Satisfaction”. 1967, Pink Floyd opened a four-date Scandanavian tour at […]

Today in Rock History – September 2nd

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1965, The Doors recorded their first demo’s at World Pacific Jazz Studios in Los Angeles, California, where they cut six Jim Morrison songs. 1966, The Who played at Locarno Ballroom in Basildon, Essex, England. 1967, Pink Floyd, The Move, Soft Machine, Fairport Convention, The Nack, and Denny Lane performed at the UFO Festival held at […]