What could this week's featured albums be? Have they been switched around? Why? Nobody knows the answers to any of these questions except that the L/F album is Vinyl Confessions from Kansas and the AOTW is The Gilded Palace Of Sin from The Flying Burrito Bros.
Yes, we love music here at CRB. It means a lot to us. We spend around 5-6 minutes every month determining what music we should present on any given week. So grab yourself a cold beverage and a heat up that package of crinkle-cut french fries, jam those high dollar earbuds deep into your ears and take a listen. When you're done, let us know how you feel about our featured selections. You could even buy one or both of these albums or another classic album or two, because all of these artists still benefit from your support.
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by RJ "I can't believe I'm watching Pitch Perfect 2 again" hog...Michael Sweet - One Sided War1. One Sided War2. Radio3. Only You4. Who Am I 5. Comfort ZoneContinue
Disclaimer: All info that does not reside in my brain is gathered from wikipedia.com (mostly because Jon can't stand it) unless otherwise noted.Let's try this again. I don't…Continue
As I was checking on the start date and other important regarding this current series, I noticed that only one person has listened to the previous 46 featured albums.…Continue
So what are you listening to right now? Any genre is cool. For me: Scott's Hidden TreasureDepeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)Shinedown - The…Continue
Posted by Mike Pell on September 27, 2016 at 8:43pm
This is it, the Finale to the 15th Anniversary of Sept. 11th 2001.
There is a new World Trade Center at Ground Zero!
And I'll have that other song, from 1989, that is so eerily relatable to the events of that day.
But I am not optimistic now- there is all talk and not much action regarding islamic extremists like the barbaric isis.
Maybe a flicker of Hope that we wake up in time.
We'll find out.
This Episode will contain Songs all written and recorded before the events of Sept 11 2001.
But applicable to what we needed on the days, weeks and months that followed.
Songs written with no clue they could be helpful in an unimaginable situation.
That innocence is gone now!
I confess I get worked up, pissed off, doing these 9/11 shows.
I tried to rid myself of that for the 10th…