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Despite jumping out to an 11-point third quarter lead, the Chicago Bears fell to the Miami Dolphins in overtime. A game marked by weirdness and Brock Osweiler throwing 380 yards leaves much to discuss. So, let’s. Missed chances The Bears had their share of chances to put the game on ice, and their first missed […]
The Northwestern Wildcats seemed down and out Saturday against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Faced with the daunting task of a 99-yard touchdown drive with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, it seemed the Wildcats were going to fall short yet again at home. Against all odds, quarterback Clayton Thorson led his team on that march. […]
I’m everybody’s Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and since this is our 451st adventure, we are turning it into one that reflects on Ray Bradbury’s classic novel whose title is the Fahrenheit temperature at which books and other paper will catch on fire. There’s many items besides love that have a flashpoint, so […]
1964, Manfred Mann started a two week run at number one on the US singles chart with "Do Wah Diddy Diddy." It was also a chart topper in the UK. The song was first released by the US group The Exciters. 1967, A 10-date package tour of the UK … [Read More...]
1966, Grace Slick performs as a member of Jefferson Airplane for the first time at San Francisco's Fillmore West after Signe Anderson bows out of the group's lineup. Slick, who was with fellow San Francisco band Great Society, introduces the band to … [Read More...]
Like Jimi Hendrix after him, Albert King had a unique guitar sound due to his playing of a right handed guitar upside down with his left hand. In King's world, he was pushing up on the strings a righty would normally push down on. His style was an inspiration to the likes of Robert Cray, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton. While he's best known for his late '60s STAX Records classics like "Born Under A Bad Sign," "Cross Cut Saw" and "Laundromat Blues," this song is from much earlier in his career. He began recording under his own … [Read More...]
By 1978 when Gentle Giant released the "Giant For A Day" album, they were trying to score a radio hit. Their previous "Missing Piece" album was also radio ready, but Punk Rock was burgeoning and Gentle Giant found themselves irrelevant to that fan base. With their new radio friendly material, they were becoming irrelevant to their fan base as well. It's a shame, because with hindsight, the "Giant For A Day" album is not a bad one. But that's not the reason I chose this song for Super Bowl Sunday Song Of The Day. I'm a NY Jets fan, b … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter Join us on the Sports Report as Andy Dorf along with our special guest Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times, discuss the Chicago Bears - Green Bay Packers season opening game. Aaron Rogers' amazing comeback was one … [Read More...]
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 contribution of any s … [Read More...]
I'm everybody's Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity, and since this is our 451st adventure, we are turning it into one that reflects on Ray Bradbury's classic novel whose title is the Fahrenheit temperature at which books and other paper will catch on fire. There's many items besides love that have a flashpoint, so let's listen to a few examples as our feature this week will take us beyond hot, all the way to … [Read More...]
Despite jumping out to an 11-point third quarter lead, the Chicago Bears fell to the Miami Dolphins in overtime. A game marked by weirdness and Brock Osweiler throwing 380 yards leaves much to discuss. So, let's. Missed chances The Bears had their … [Read More...]
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