We close out this month’s theme with Ray Charles’ rousing take on the Black National Anthem, and a few thoughts on the past month’s selections.
In honor of The King, we take a listen to a handful of obscure gems from the final decade of his life.
For its 30th Anniversary, writer Ron Hart pontificates on Kick, Australian rock band INXS’s most commercially successful and critically acclaimed album.
The events of September 11, 2001 directly impacted millions of lives in infinitely unique ways. I dealt with it by listening to music, and writing the first review for my very first music website–an album I’d not listened to since…until this week. Some reflections are offered within…
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For the next several Thursdays, we will be taking an in-depth trip into the massive, amazing Pink Floyd archival release, The Early Years 1965-1972. Our first stop: the recently unearthed recording session by The Tea Set, the earliest iteration of what would soon become The Pink Floyd.
We conclude our 2016 broadcasting day with a look at the final selections of our Albums Of Note for the year. See you in 2017!
Part four in our examination of the albums that made 2016 notable.
Part three of our examination of the albums that made 2016 notable.