Another Big 3D Production

Another Big 3D Production

We’re getting big with both the tune and the artists because that is what our feature is.  Stand back, this is program # 294, and we have no idea just how huge this is going to get, Because after all, this is The 3D RadioActivity!   Click to listen:  or download here:   https://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20150830-AnotherBig3DProduction.mp3 Up next, […]

Today in Rock History – August 31st

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1965, During a North American tour The Beatles played two shows at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California to a total of 28,700 fans. 1968, The Move, The Pretty Things, The Crazy World Of Aurthur Brown, Orange Bicycle, Jefferson Airplane, Fairport Convention and Tyrannosaurus Rex all appeared at the first Isle Of Wight Festival […]

Today in Rock History – August 27th

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1967, British music entrepreneur and the manager of The Beatles Brian Epstein was found dead, locked in a bedroom at his London home. A coroner’s inquest concluded that Epstein died from an overdose of the sleeping pill Carbitrol. He also managed several other artists including Gerry & The Pacemakers, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, […]

Changing Hats In 3D

Changing Hats In 3D

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity and on episode # 293, we are featuring tunes off the top of our head…  We mentioned last time that it didn’t mater if you were sporting a beret, bonnet, cap, fedora, porkpie or just a plain old one, we would make a musical statement with a […]

Barbra Streisand: “He Touched Me”

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #69–Barbra Streisand: “He Touched Me” b/w “I Like Him” – Columbia 4-43403 (S7/T7) I’m not really a fan of Barbra Streisand, but you couldn’t grow up in suburban New Jersey in a middle class home with Jewish parents and not be surrounded by her […]

More 3D Rings!

More 3D Rings!

I’m Uncle Marty, this is  The 3D RadioActivity # 292 and on this time we are looking at rings again.  Sources online show it not only to be digital jewelry, there are films, games, novels, music, astronomy, chemistry, math, computers, roads, and when all things are considered, there are well over a thousand references to […]

Today in Rock History – August 15th

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1965, The Beatles set a new world record for the largest attendance at a pop concert when they played in front of 55,600 fans at Shea Stadium in New York City. Also on the bill were Brenda Holloway, The King Curtis Band, The Young Rascals and Sounds Incorporated. The Beatles were paid $160,000 for the […]

Today in Rock History – August 14th

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1965, The Beatles taped an appearance for CBS-TV’s The Ed Sullivan Show at Studio 50, New York City. They performed “I Feel Fine,” “I’m Down,” “Act Naturally,” “Ticket to Ride,” “Yesterday,” and “Help!” Also, The Beatles fifth album Help! started a nine-week run at number one on the charts. 1965, Sonny & Cher started a three week […]

3D Dresses II

3D Dresses II

On episode # 291, we are looking at dresses from an undercover angle, meaning that aside from our opening cut, the word dress will not be in the title, however it was cleverly contained somewhere in the lyrics, so there’s a bit of a different approach to how The 3D RadioActivity is hewn, fitted and […]

Today in Rock History – August 6th

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1965, The Beatles released their fifth album in the UK, the soundtrack to Help!, their second film. The US release took place on August 13. The album was produced by George Martin. It contains fourteen songs in its original British form. Seven of these, including the singles “Help!” and “Ticket to Ride”, appeared in the […]

3D Drops The Other Shoe

3D Drops The Other Shoe

No matter if they are boots or loafers, Putting The Shoe On The Other Foot  is what we are going to effectively do this time.  I’m Uncle Marty, this is  The 3D RadioActivity # 290.  We laced up our first footwear feature with program #263, and on this episode we will be looking into everything […]

Today in Rock History – August 4th

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1967, Pink Floyd released their debut album The Piper At the Gates of Dawn in the UK, on which most songs were penned by Syd Barrett. In subsequent years, the record has been recognised as one of the seminal psychedelic rock albums of the 1960s. When reviewed, by the two main UK music papers, Record Mirror […]

Today in Rock History – July 31st

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1965, In England, the Yardbirds with Jeff Beck perform at the Cleethorpes Jazz Festival. 1965, Beatles VI enters the fourth of its six weeks atop the US album charts. Beatles VI includes two tracks recorded specifically for the North American market, “Bad Boy” and “Dizzy Miss Lizzy,” both covers of Larry Williams songs. 1966, Cream […]

More Cities In 3D

More Cities in 3D

This is The 3D RadioActivity  #289, and on this episode we will be musically distinguishing the difference between a town, burg, municipality, borough, or township; A big city or metropolis usually has associated suburbs and exurbs. These are usually associated with metropolitan and urban areas, and if it expands far enough to reach another, this region can be deemed […]

You Still Don’t Know Jack

You Still Don't Know Jack

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity  #288, and on this episode we are playing songs which will show that You Still Don’t Know Jack, the name that is unique in the English language for its frequency of use as a verb and a noun for many common objects and actions, The Encyclopædia Britannica […]