Today in Rock History – August 28th

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1965, The Rolling Stones announced that Allen Klein, who they had met three days earlier, would co-manage the group along with Andrew Long Oldham. At the same time, The Stones signed a five-year recording deal with Decca Records. 1965, The Beach Boys “California Girls” was at No.3 on the singles chart,the single peaked at No.26 […]

Today in Rock History – August 26th

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1965, The Byrds appeared at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, California. 1965, Sonny & Cher were at number one on the UK singles chart with “I Got You Babe,” the duo’s only British chart topper. Sonny Bono was inspired to write the song to capitalize on the popularity of the term “babe,” as heard in Bob […]

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 […]

Today in Rock History – August 24th

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1966, The Doors started recording their self-titled first album at Sunset Sound Recording Studios, West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. The Sunset Sound Recorders complex was created by Walt Disney’s Director of Recording, Tutti Camarata, from a collection of old commercial and residential buildings, some built more than 80 years ago. At the encouragement of […]

Today in Rock History – August 22nd

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1964, The Supremes started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with “Where Did Our Love Go” the girl group’s first No.1. Holland–Dozier–Holland had originally composed the song for The Marvelettes to record it who rejected the song, thinking it childish. 1965, The Beatles, on tour in North America, performed two […]

Today in Rock History – August 21st

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1965, The Rolling Stones started a three week run at No.1 on the album chart with Out Of Our Heads the group’s first No.1 album. 1965, During a 17 date UK tour, The Who played at the Palais in Bournemouth. 1966, On their last ever US tour The Beatles performed in two cities due to a […]

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 […]

Jeannie C. Riley: “Harper Valley PTA”

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #67–Jeannie C. Riley: “Harper Valley PTA” b/w “Yesterday All Day Long Today” – Plantation #3 (N7/P7) Today’s jukebox classic goes out to all of those “Harper Valley hypocrites” who scorn mini-skirts, casual sex and social drinking. Jeannie C. Riley’s recording of “Harper Valley P.T.A.” […]

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 […]

Johnny Rivers: “Secret Agent Man” b/w “Memphis”

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #62– Johnny Rivers: “Secret Agent Man” b/w “Memphis” – Liberty Silver Spotlight Series 45 XW-101 (C7/D7) Johnny Rivers is a singer, songwriter, record producer and record label owner who is probably best known for the numerous live records he released featuring cover versions of […]

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 […]

Bobbie Gentry “Ode To Billie Joe”

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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – The Jukebox Series #60– Bobbie Gentry: “Ode To Billie Joe” b/w “Mississippi Delta” – Capitol 45-5950 (U6/V6) Over 45 years after its release, people still wonder what Billie Joe McAllister and his girlfriend threw off the Tallahatchie Bridge which led to Billie Joe’s suicide the following day […]

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 […]

Today in Rock History – July 25th

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1964, The Beatles third album A Hard Day’s Night started a twenty-one week run at the top of the UK charts. This was the first Beatles album to be recorded entirely on four-track tape, allowing for good stereo mixes. 1965, Bob Dylan plugged in for his headlining set backed by the Butterfield Blues Band at […]