3D RadioActivity

Uncle Marty and The Seanimal host The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity. We have over 100 feet of vinyl in the collection, and well over 100,000 song files on the hard drive. Each week, a different topic is chosen, sometimes seasonal, and songs are played that cover the idea. We present you with interesting bits of information about each song or the artist, adding the extra dimension for your list…ening enjoyment. All forms of music, from Acoustic to Zydeco. Just about anything between 20 Hz and 20 kHz.

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The 2011 SFSU BECA Award in Recognition for The Best Original Radio Program.
2012 BEA/NAB Award in the Specialty Program category.

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Welcome to The 3D RadioActivity Flight program. To operate your seatbelt, insert the metal tab into the buckle, and pull tight. It works just like every other one, and if you don’t know how to operate it, you probably shouldn’t be out in public unsupervised. In the event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure, these baggy things will drop down over your head from the ceiling. Stop screaming, grab the mask, and pull it over your face. If you have a small child traveling with you, secure your own before assisting with theirs. If you are traveling with two small children, decide now which one you love more. Help that one first, and then work your way down. Our Flight plan can take you anywhere that you can imagine, so as we taxi for departure, prepare to get aireborn and up to cruising altitude, we have sixty minutes of flying time for you to the end of our adventure.
Photo: 3D Flight Program<br />
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On our next episode of The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity we will continue in the transportation groove as we will play music to move you.  Dont forget that you can always make requests, just message me on Facebook where you can also like the program or simply send an email to to 3dradio at usa dot com, and we will do our very best to make sure we play them, unless they have already been featured on the show, in which case Sean and I will dig up a recording by a different artist for you.  If you are on Facebook , look for The 3D RadioActivity where you can “Like ” the program and leave me a message with your ideas.  Look for us online here https://archive.org/details/The3dRadioactivity to find all of the previous shows, and all over the web via TuneIn .com, & InternetFM too.

Always remember the rules: Have Fun & play nice with others.  Thanks for turning me on & tuning me in!

Uncle Marty

“Education is When You Read the Fine Print.
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”

~ Pete Seeger

Cars can be considered a symbol of an individual’s success, whether they are driving a Caddy, Lincoln, Ferrari, Mercedes, or even the almighty Volkswagen.  Big thanks to my good friend Radio Dave who provided me with a fine selection of automotive melodies, with over a thousand tracks to choose from.  We’ve played Car tunes twice before, covering nearly 70 numbers so far, and since the season is condusive to getting out and about, that’s what we’re doing this week on The 3D RadioActivity.
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Look for us online here https://archive.org/details/The3dRadioactivity to find all of the previous shows, and all over the web via TuneIn .com, & InternetFM too.

Drive back again in a week, as we take off literally with another episode featuring songs that will be up in the air.  Be sure to file your flight plans and ideas with an email to me or if you are on Facebook , look for The 3D RadioActivity where you can “Like ” the program and leave me a message there too.

Thanks for dialing in, and we will “ear” you next time.  Rock On!

Uncle Marty

“Education is When You Read the Fine Print.
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”

~ Pete Seeger

Welcome to The 3D RadioActivity, on this episode we are kicking off our Summertime Seconds with topics we will revisit, and spotlighting tracks that we didn’t get to in earlier spins around the turntable by playing songs that feature The ubiquitous percussive instrument, The Cowbell, which brings to mind the inevitable question of why do cows have bells? The answer is simple, because their horns don’t make noise.
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Look for us online here https://archive.org/details/The3dRadioactivity to find all of the previous shows, and all over the web via TuneIn .com, & InternetFM too.Move, Truth, Lies, Cars, Free, Lost, Fly, Found, as some of topics we will revisit, along with a variety of awards in August, as we’re going to do more summertime seconds now that the solstice has occurred.

Got any suggestions?  ~ send an email or if you are on Facebook , look for The 3D RadioActivity where you can “Like ” the program and leave me a message there too.

Thanks for dialing in, and we will “ear” you next time.  Rock On!

Uncle Marty

“Education is When You Read the Fine Print
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”

~ Pete Seeger

I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and as I was listening to a Terri Gross NPR interview with a woman from Hibbing Minnesota who pointed out that their greatest export wasn’t iron ore, it was Bob Dylan. That hatched the idea to do a show called “Bob” which is what we are doing this time for you.
Did you know that the name Robert has more nicknames than any other male name? Consider: Bob, Bobby, Rob, Robert, Roberto, Robbo, Robin, Robbie, Bert, Berto and even more, unusual, variations. It’s the altered short form, a later development than the common medieval forms Hob, Dob, and Nob, all of which, unlike Bob, have given rise to English surnames. So they’re around. Everywhere. In fact, one survey says that there are 87,542 people in the U.S. with the first name Bob. More than 99.9 percent of those people are guys. According to the Washington DC Census Bureau, Bob is the 266th most popular Male name in the U.S, occurring 0.055% of the time. Montana has the most people named Bob per capita. 1934 marked the height of its popularity.
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We’re going to do more summertime seconds now that the solstice has occured, with Move, Truth, Lies, Cars, Free, Lost, Cowbell, Fly, Found, as some of topics we will revisit, along with a varitety of awards in August. Got any suggestions? ~ send an email or if you are on Facebook , look for The 3D RadioActivity where you can “Like” the program and leave me a message there too.

Look for us online here https://archive.org/details/The3dRadioactivity to find all of the previous shows, and all over the web via TuneIn .com, & InternetFM too.

Always remember the rules, Have Fun & play nice with others. Thanks for turning me on & tuning me in!

Uncle Marty

“Education is When You Read the Fine Print.
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”

~ Pete Seeger

Shades of Dad

This time, we pay tribute to all the Daddys out there for Father’s day.  I’m Uncle Marty, this is  The 3D RadioActivity.  A dad is a male parent who has raised a child in most cases.  Traditionally, fathers act in a protective, supportive and responsible way towards their children. Involved men offer developmentally specific provisions to their sons and daughters throughout the life cycle and are impacted themselves by doing so.  A male role-model that children can look up to is sometimes referred to as a father-figure.  Other related terms of endearment are dad, pa, papa, poppa, pop, and pops. Daddy is an affectionate, familiar term, form of direct address, or nickname for a father. Popular in the Southern United States, Western United States and Ireland.  Not only is it the singular title of over six songs, Daddy also is the former name of the band Supertramp formed in 1969 before renaming themselves in early the next year.

Shades of Dad
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When summer arrives, I will go back to the earlier shows to do more part twos and threes of themes that I have explored so let me know what your favorite ones were.

Before we get to that season, we have one more trip to take.  I was listening to an interview with a woman from Hibbing Minnesota to pointed out that their greatest export wasn’t iron ore, it was Bob Dylan.  That hatched the idea to do a show called “Bob”, which will also include Marley, Seeger, Wills, the Bobettes and even more, so that’s the direction we will head.

Just a reminder to go back and check out your favorite previous programs. You can find them all on https://archive.org/details/The3dRadioactivity, or more simply by looking on Facebook in the Photos section where you will find links to the shows and graphics for the more than 250 presentations we have brought you so far. While you are visiting, please don’t forget to give it a “Like” too, and be sure to leave us a note with any of your cool ideas.

You can look for us all over the web via TuneIn .com, and InternetFM too.

Thanks for dialing in, and we will “ear” you next time.  Rock On!

Uncle Marty

“Education is When You Read the Fine Print.
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”

~ Pete Seeger