Today in Rock History – December 20th

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1967, Singer Ian Anderson forms Jethro Tull with his former John Evans Blues Band mate, bassist Glenn Cornick, in Blackpool, England. The name comes from an 18th century farming tool inventor. John Evans later joins the group as a keyboardist. 1967, The Hollies release their hit single “He Ain’t Heavy (He’s My Brother.)” 1967, Folk […]

Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Who Knows Where the Time Goes” by Judy Collins

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Who Knows Where the Time Goes” by Judy Collins This wistful gem is one of Judy Collins’ greatest recordings from her greatest album, the 1968 classic Who Knows Where the Time Goes. The song was written by the late, great Sandy Denny who recorded a demo of […]

Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Wings” by Tim Buckley

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Wings” by Tim Buckley My sister is seven years my senior, and growing up she was my biggest musical influence introducing me to artists and albums I would have never otherwise discovered at such a young age. And so it was back in 1972 when she brought […]

Small 3D Songs

Small 3D Songs

The 3D RadioActivity is downsizing towards the end of the year on show #261, as we are featuring all things small for you, whether it be towns, stuff, talk or stogies.  There’s plenty of time to scrutinize the size musically whether it be acreage, time, epiphanies or change.  You know how some people say it’s […]

Little 3D Tracks

Little 3D Tracks

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, #260,, and Little is one of those Swiss army multiple purpose words…  It can be an: adjective  – small in size, amount, or degree; compact; mini, miniature… adverb – hardly, barely, scarcely, not much, slightly, faintly, remotely… determiner & pronoun – a bit, touch, dash, taste , […]

Today in Rock History – December 6th

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1962, During sessions for the Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan album, Dylan recorded “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,” and versions of “Hero Blues,” “Whatcha Gonna Do,” “Oxford Town,” and “I Shall Be Free,” at Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios in New York City. 1964, The film Ferry Cross The Mersey premiered in London. Featuring Gerry And The […]

Today in Rock History – December 2nd

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1967, The Monkees album, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn and Jones Ltd went to number one on the album chart. It was their fourth album to sell over a million copies, following The Monkees, More Of The Monkees and Headquarters. 1967, Pink Floyd play at The Dome in Brighton, England 1969, George Harrison joins Delaney & Bonnie […]

More 3D Thanksgiving Leftovers

More 3D Thanksgiving Leftovers

I’m Uncle Marty here with Sean, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and on this episode we will be playing leftovers, sort of a post – Thanksgiving tradition.  We always have great music, however we don’t always have enough time to listen to all the great choices.  The 3D Research team has picked out the best […]

Today in Rock History – November 29th

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1965, This week’s UK Top 5 albums, number five, Out Of Our Heads, The Rolling Stones, number four, Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan, number three, Help!, The Beatles, number two, Mary Poppins Soundtrack, and at number one, Sound Of Music Soundtrack. 1965, Colorado Governor John A. Love declared a Rolling Stones day throughout the State […]

Big 3D Tunes

Big 3D Tunes

TThis is The 3D RadioActivity, #258, and on this adventure we are going to have a big time.   As an adjective the term denotes of considerable size, extent, or intensity.  It can be large, sizable, substantial, great, huge, immense, enormous, extensive, colossal, massive, mammoth, vast, tremendous, gigantic, monumental, mighty, gargantuan, elephantine, titanic, mountainous, Brobdingnagian, towering, […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – The Thanksgiving Trifecta!

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The Thanksgiving Trifecta! Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – Thanksgiving Special #1 – “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” by Arlo Guthrie It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without Arlo’s classic 1967 shaggy dog story of a bunch of hippies doin’ their best to lend a hand to a friend by disposing some garbage on Thanksgiving.  It’s a […]

Today in Rock History – November 20th

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1967, Strawberry Alarm Clock were at number one on the singles chart with “Incense And Peppermints.” 1967,  The Beach Boys release their own album of throbbing tones, Smiley Smile. The follow-up to Pet Sounds fails to chart, despite boasting the singles “Heroes and Villains” and “Good Vibrations.” 1968, Mike Bloomfield and Nick Gravenites are approached […]

Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “No Time to Think” by Bob Dylan

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “No Time to Think” by Bob Dylan Street Legal is one of the most underrated records in Bob Dylan’s canon. Before proper recording of the album ensued, Dylan began rehearsing his band for a tour of the Far East that resulted in the release of the Live […]

Giant 3D Music

Giant 3D Music

After San Francisco recently won their third world series in five years, my friend Dave suggested that there might be enough Giant songs to put together a show on that feature focus. The 3D RadioActivity will be presenting a humongous program, as we can find groups, songs, albums and a few from the ballpark that […]

Today in Rock History – November 17th

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1966, The Beach Boys were at number one on the  singles chart with “Good Vibrations.” The single was taken from the album Pet Sounds. 1967, A 16-date UK package tour with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Move, The Nice and Amen Corner played at the City Hall, Sheffield. A review in the Sheffield Star noted, […]