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Stuck in the Psychedelic Era (Series)

Produced by Stephen R Webb

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PE 2248

From Stephen R Webb | Part of the Stuck in the Psychedelic Era series | 01:58:00

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Corporation_small In the early 1960s LPs by American pop artists (the term rock 'n' roll having temporarily fallen out of favor) were collections of unrelated songs, featuring or two hit singles by the artist supplemented by their corresponding B sides. The rest of the songs on the album were usually covers of tunes made famous by other artists who may not have been popular enough to warrant an entire album of their own. With the advent of the British Invasion, that began to change, but it was a slow transition even for bands like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Still, by the late 1960s LPs had taken on a new role as an opportunity for artists to go beyond the three-minute limit imposed on them by the requirements of top 40 radio. By 1966 longer tracks had begun to appear on albums; in a few cases those tracks could take up an entire side of an LP. This week we present not one, but two of these album sides; one was recorded in a single take, while the other was painstakingly assembled from hours of live and studio recordings over a period of about 8 months. Also on this week's show: a set of cover songs performed by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, including two tunes recorded live before the band even made their first visit to a recording studio. And, as always, an assortment of singles, B sides and album tracks from the psychedelic era. See https://thehermitrambles.blogspot.com/ for complete playlist.

Eddie's Attic Presents (Series)

Produced by Bob Ephlin

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Eddie's Attic Presents - Show 097

From Bob Ephlin | Part of the Eddie's Attic Presents series | 59:00

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A multi-episode, hour-long radio show featuring unique live performances from accomplished and aspiring performing songwriters, from a variety of genres, hosted by the founder of Eddie's Attic, Eddie Owen.

For almost 20 years, Decatur Georgia's Eddie's Attic has been known as one of America's finest listening rooms for acclaimed and aspiring performing songwriters. Eddie's Attic has developed a multi-episode, 59 minute radio show featuring recordings from unique live performances on their stage - with excellent sound quality. Attic founder Eddie Owen hosts Eddie's Attic Presents in his low-key, but memorable Southern style. Each program features a combination of artists your audience has heard, and some they may not have, from a variety of genres, and in a variety of configurations, from solo singers to full bands. The shows have been assembled and mastered by Crawford Communications, ensuring a professional presentation.

Eddie's Attic has been the springboard for an amazing number of Atlanta-area artists who have gone on to achieve national attention such as John Mayer, Sugarland, The Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins, Matthew Perryman Jones, and Michelle Malone. The list of nationally known talents that have played the Attic stage is also impressive, and includes John Gorka, Sheryl Crow, Ani DiFranco, Ed Roland, Brandi Carlile, Al Stewart, David Wilcox, Bill Mallonee, Kevn Kinney, Edwin McCain, Richard Shindell, Ellis Paul, Patty Larkin, Malcomb Holcombe, Darrell Scott, Glen Phillips, Billy Joe Shaver, Pierce Pettis, Kate Campbell, Charlie Louvin, Cheryl Wheeler, Cliff Eberhardt, Lowen & Navarro, Marc Cohn, India.Arie, Alejandro Escovedo, Chris Smither, Loudon Wainwright, and so many more.

Eddie's Attic Presents is a music variety show, featuring talented acts in Folk, Americana, Rock, Pop, Roots, Bluegrass, Country, Celtic, Blues, Jazz, Soul......and most combinations in-between. It's an entertaining mix that feels right at home adjacent to your own local programs or alongside nationally syndicated programs. Each show features approximately 12 songwriters from a variety of genres, performing their songs live during a recent Eddie's Attic performance. Eddie tells you alittle bit about each artist and often relates interesting anecdotes from their performances or backgrounds.

Please note that each 59 minute show features 30 seconds for local underwriting, fed with a music bed, so that you can use this slot as needed or let go as-is for ease of operation.

Rock School (Series)

Produced by KSLU

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Rock on the Simpsons

From KSLU | Part of the Rock School series | 59:00

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Rs_logo_small This week marks the anniversary of Aerosmith appearing on The Simpsons.  While they weren't the first band to guest on the Simpsons, they were the first that people can name.  So for fun we will play some musician appearances and the clips to go with it.