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I have been fortunate to go to a lot of rock concerts in my lifetime. Considering what tickets cost today, those old ducats from the seventies and eighties turned out to be pretty good deals. Most of those ticket prices were under twenty bucks. The late seventies concerts were all under ten dollars. Compared to […]
1963, The album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan was released by Columbia in the USA. Establishing Dylan as a leader in the singer-songwriter genre and a supposed spokesman for the youth-orientated protest movement, it reached number 22 on the US charts a … [Read More...]
1964, Marianne Faithful recorded the Mick Jagger and Keith Richards song "As Tears Go By," accompanied by future Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page on guitar and John Paul Jones on bass. 1965, The Isley Brothers release their single "Twist and … [Read More...]
Mardi Gras may be over, but the music keeps rolling on. Jessie Hill was originally a drummer who backed both Professor Longhair and Huey "Piano" Smith before turning to vocals striking and out with his own group, The House Rockers. To further heighten his New Orleans pedigree, this track was produced by none other than Allen Toussaint. After its success in 1960, Hill went on to record more records under his own name while backing fellow New Orleans artists like Mac Rebennack (Dr. John) and Harold Battiste. He also wrote songs recorded … [Read More...]
I had to go there...it is Valentine's Day and Cooke's voice was as smooth as the finest of chocolates. So how did a holiday associated with romance and love have so much death, despair and martyrdom at its core. St. Valentine was a Christian martyr who was beheaded in AD 269 for trying to convert the Roman Emperor Claudius II to Christianity. His head (or at least his skull) is on display in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, Rome. The rest of him was buried on February 14th. The holiday became associated with romantic love … [Read More...]
on The Sports Report with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, Jeff Rich, and John Poulter Joined by special guest Mark Grote, the newest member of the Chicago Bears radio broadcast team. He talks about his role as the sideline reporter. In addition, he helps us analyze the … [Read More...]
Winter 2018: We have kept our costs as low as possible. And thanks to listeners who continue to donate, we have avoided polluting our signal with annoying ads. We can still use your help. Please see the links below how your c … [Read More...]
This is the 430th gathering of The 3D RadioActivity, and this musical feature will give us musical snapshots, fruit, both edible and wearable, birds and time. Make no mistake about it, as we prepare to play plenty of phonetic Favored Favorites. [jwplayer mediaid="24264"] Download here: https://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20180513-3DFavoredFavorites.mp3 Here at 3D Central, we are preparing … [Read More...]
The announcement last week that Mariners star second baseman Robinson Cano had been suspended for 80 games as a result of a positive test for a substance banned by MLB caught many by surprise. Several years ago we got used to this type of headline … [Read More...]
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