There were too many good Songs About Records left over to leave them out.
So I thought I'd come back and finish it up.
There was one vinyl single I placed close to me a long time ago, just in case I ever did a show about Records.…
Finishing up my acknowledgement of Record Store Day last Saturday, a recreation by Thomas Edison, inventor of the Phonograph or Gramophone, of the first words he ever spoke on Record, which was actually on a Cylinder.
I'll go off on another rant about how people don't actually physically HOLD Music in…
Just a little late, I'll pay due respect to Record Store Day, which was this past Saturday.
The Day is dedicated to Independent Storeowners, and while I am sure there must be one somewhere in my neighborhood, I have no idea where.…
This is it, we made it, time to figuratively throw dirt on our Musical Exploration of Death In Song!
I’ll even read a Poem!
I picked the Music to end with, as I pick all the Music- I play what I want!
And I stand by what…
I am back with and winding down the Lighter Side of It’s Only Death, beginning with a guy who was both a Satirist and Mathematician, and appeared frequently on PBS.
A friend of mine, Clay Eals, wrote a book about Steve Goodman and had a few Song suggestions- I hadn’t thought of Steve so i went with one of…
I’ll start this Chapter with a Song that is probably the first one I heard that had such very Upbeat Music masking a Serious Message.
We have been listening to not so terribly sad Death Songs, the premise of the Series.
And I should point out that it definitely…
After a week off, it’s back on track for...hey, It’s Only Death, lol!
Still trying to prove that contrary to popular opinion Death can be a Ball Of Laughs.
Oh alright, but not always!
A couple of serious ones in here,…
Here's the 2nd half of a Return To 1967, and it is a rerun.
This is a very good episode, with things you may not have ever heard or thought of in quite some time- and again, an authentic slice of what we were listening to on FM Radio in that amazing year for Music.…
I got caught up in Easter, so a rerun of a Return To 1967 is in order.
As I have said before, 1967 is my favorite year for what was breaking out all over the place in Music, and also Radio!
Notice the Volume 1, that would indicate I plan to return to this year…