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Once again we are playing songs that peaked in the #1 position in Billboard magazine, the international publication devoted to the music industry, one of the oldest trade periodicals in the business. It maintains several charts that track the most popular recordings internationally in various categories on a weekly basis. These have existed for pop, country and R&B, since 1946, with additional album listings for each style debuting for the next twenty years. The two big ones are their 200, … (read more…)

On this episode we are spinning cuts that are part of the compendium known as Rolling Stone Magazine’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time”, and every song is one that we have not featured on the program before…  Which really says something because we have played well over 5,000 numbers in our nearly 250 shows, and we always try not to repeat ourselves.  I’m Uncle Marty, along with Sean and we think you will really enjoy it because after all, this is (read more…)

The 3D R&R HoF Pt II

I’m Uncle Marty with our friend Laura the librarian from The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  This week, she and I along with Sean will be playing tunes Selected by the Museum curatorial staff, other historians, and a number of rock critics as some of rock and roll’s most popular and influential recordings.  These cuts cover a variety of musicians and genres illustrating the evolution of rock and roll over the last century on The 3D … (read more…)

This time on The 3D RadioActivity, we kick off A is for August, Accolades and Awards as we are playing artists who are all members of The Blues Hall of Fame and most likely a little bit more for you. This is a musical form and genre that originated in African-American communities in the “Deep South” of the United States around the end of the 19th century from spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts and chants, and … (read more…)

MOVE – it is a transitive and intransitive verb which can mean to budge, dislocate, displace, disturb, relocate, remove, reposition, shift, transfer, or transpose. The Origin comes via Middle English, from Anglo-French mover, moveir, from Latin movere; probably akin to Sanskrit mivati he moves, pushes. The First Known Use was in the 13th century. A while back, we did show #109, at the request of my dear friend Debbie from (read more…)