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“Saved From The Bin” (January 11, 2018, Columbia, Missouri)

After reading an article on death cleaning, I’ve been pruning my CD collection. I do this annually anyway, but this round, well…hundreds are going out the door and to our wonderful local shop, Hitt Records. 244 more words

Listening Diary


My first 20-60 minutes are crucial in setting the tone for the next few hours on my radio radio show. SET ONES set the vibe and pace and I always record them. 228 more words


KZAX: Funked Up Mix

There was no hope for me on Tuesday after my co-worker queued up Redbone in the office. I’d be listening to funk the rest of the week. 363 more words

Childish Gambino


Can You Feel The Force? The John Luongo Disco Mixes.

Label: Groove Line Records.  

After graduating from the Northeastern University in Boston, with a degree in Civil Engineering, twenty-four year old John Luongo decided to turn his back on the world of engineering and become a full-time DJ. 2,476 more words


"Grammy Salute To Music Legends 2017™"To Air On PBS' "Great Performances" Friday, Oct. 13, at 9:00 P.M.

According to the bellereport.com

“Grammy Salute To Music Legends 2017™”

Honoring Shirley Caesar, Ahmad Jamal, Charley Pride,

Jimmie Rodgers, Nina Simone, Sly Stone,

And The Velvet Underground To Air… 670 more words

Daily Bread

SLY STONE - High On You (1975)

”The first album attributed to Sly Stone rather than Sly & the Family Stone, High on You didn’t exactly resurrect the troubled artist’s sinking career, but it does remain one of the better straight-up funk albums of the ’70s. 386 more words


Album Oriented 91: The Byrds and Sly & the Family Stone

We begin with Erich’s peerless mastery of Jesus-based musicals. First up: Erich presents the Byrds’ 1968 album Notorious Byrds Brothers. Topics covered include the under-celebrated Roger McGuinn, authenticity, and David Crosby’s pro-threesome song, “Triad,” which is as creepy as it sounds. 70 more words

Album Oriented