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Say what you like, music just sounds better at 33rpm . . . Join Steve as he trawls through his record collection to bring you the best from the late ’60s and the ’70s. Well known and not-so-well-known songs from the likes the Beatles, the Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Allman Brothers and many more, spinning from the decks of OAR FM.
 
this podcast is going to be all about 60's music. the goal with this podcast is to educate a younger generation on one of the greatest decades of music of all time, and to prove to people that Millennials can love 60's music as well and it's not just for Baby boomers. Each week I"m going to review one song by one artist from the 60's and split the podcast into two halfs. first half is going to be my perspective and my opinion on the song and why I think it's so good or why I don't think it's ...
 
Barry first found music when he borrowed his sister's record collection when he was about eight and was hooked. When Caroline started it was a new beginning, and he listened to all the stations, but Caroline was his favourite by far. Later he became a singer in a band, then started doing discos when he was 18. He joined Caroline in 1977, touring the country with the Caroline Roadshow for 10 years, having great fun. Barry helped with tender trips and worked on the Ross Revenge in '84 and '85. ...
 
Welcome to SFDPS (San Francisco Disco Preservation Society) We are dedicated to preserving anything related to the 70s' San Francisco disco scene, and into the early 80's HI-NRG scene (which we consider disco under another name) The S.F. DJs, music producers, record labels, and clubs that set the standard! We have a ton of disco DJ reel to reels that we will be digitizing and sharing with the world! Join us on our Facebook page! (click the fackbook logo below) Also, be sure to follow our oth ...
 
Retired Biology_Environmental Science educator... passion for old time radio... protecting the environment, civil rights, and audio/video editing for local radio and TV station production. Produced 60+ OTR re-enactments with local actors. 13 years as radio host for "Audio Theater". Currently co-host a show on local cable TV called "Living and Learning with Disabilities" and produce a storytelling program called "True Tales Live" which is found on Soundcloud and Itunes.
 
Join Sandro Falce and Zach Adams as they embark on a journey throughout the year of 1987*. They will review one film a week from that year, during the week in which it came out in, and decide whether the movie is an oldie or a goodie. (*: For 2019 episodes, we cover 1994. For 2020 episodes, we cover 1984.)
 
Dan Hanzus and Bob Castrone love listening to music- almost as much as they love hanging out in a garage and talking about it. On The Throwback Podcast, lifelong friends revisit important albums from their past and go through them--track by track-- with fresh ears. From the classics to the cringeworthy, every week is a throwback.
 
A weekly Podcast that covers events that took place this week in Rock & Roll History; who was in the studio recording what would become a big hit, and spotlight artists that are celebrating birthdays this week. Join me for the entire weekly four hour radio show, Treasure Island Oldies, The Home of Lost Treasures at www.treasureislandoldies.com. On the air every week since 1997,
 
Music of the Vietnam Era (Dedicated to those who served). There's Motown, country, album-oriented LP cuts, DooWop, big band, jukebox favorites, swing, Oldies But Goodies, hit parade, the Great American Songbook, music from the 50s through the 80s. Whatever brings back memories for you. Danny Lane opens the doors to his Music Museum. You'll say "Those were the days"
 
"Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" is a rockumentary podcast series that tells the greatest rock and roll stories on record. This includes the untold tales of some great hits that time forgot, but maybe you'll still remember. These programs are hosted by Radio Dave, a veteran disc jockey and published authority on rock and pop music history. He draws his "Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" stories from his "groove yard," an archive that has more music than most record libraries.
 
Are you addicted to collecting records? Do you have black wax coursing through your veins? Has your vinyl dependance gotten out of control? Amassing 45s has become an obsession? This podcast will help you get you through until your next fix. Do our hosts Ben Shulman and Patrick Foisy offer a cure? No they don't. In fact, they are afflicted by the same sweet disease. Get ready for a fresh new podcast to hit your data stream. When analog clashes into the digital world! Addicted To The Needle - ...
 
Lost 45s & LPs found in thrift stores, junk shops, and record store clearance bins. The finest in obscure & unknown records. Primitive recordings transmitted from the twilight zone of popular music. Season 1: Themed radio show format episodes with running time of 35 minutes or less. Season 2: Mixtape format episodes with running time of 45 minutes or less.
 
The Fat Controller Podcast features 2 main shows, the Unit in the Sun Show broadcast weekly on OSN Radio & the monthly #OldSkool Show, a special syndicated radio show on OSN Radio, Dream FM, Lazer FM, Facebook Live, You Tube Live, Periscope Live & Twitch TV. Both shows feature classic choonage from the golden Old Skool era of 88-95, with plenty of banter along the way...
 
Brother Brother Brother is what happens when three brothers born in three different decades come together over a shared obsession with music. It's an in-depth conversation between Wyndham Lewis, Jeremy Sartori, and Christian Lewis, born in the late 60's, 70's, and 80's, that's been a lifetime in the making. Reporting in from LA, Boston, and Brooklyn, the Brothers now open the conversation to you, and in the process likely prove Craig Finn's assertion that "everyone's a critic and most people ...
 
Join your hosts Joe Christopher and Kari Race as they discuss all the outrageous hits from the 80's! Which songs still hold up today, and which songs should be left in the 80's? We'll cover all the well-known hits from the decade (Ghostbusters, anyone?), and even songs that you haven't heard in 30 years (paging Karla Bonoff). Dust off your Members Only jacket and join us for segments like "Trash or Treasure" and "Songs That Time Forgot!" Chime in on Twitter @hrt80s or on Facebook.
 
Rock has a new home on this show! Each show is packed with heavy guitars that will tear the paint right off, bass that will tear down walls and vocals the break the windows and give you goose bumps. We also talk about whats going on in the world and in the world of ROCK! We also give artist bio's and checkout some of their latest work. Keep you informed on the who's who of rock music! So keep listening because you never know what your going to hear, who knows you might just find your next fa ...
 
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The Encore Show - Best of the 60s, 70s, and 80s

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The Encore Show - Best of the 60s, 70s, and 80s

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Each episode of America’s Oldies But Goodies features interviews with the players who were there during the fabulous era known as the Sixties. Actors, musicians, DJ’s, purveyors of ‘60s memorabilia, talk show hosts, and even fans reliving the events of the good old days. Baby boomers and nostalgia buffs, here we are.
 
TheSlyShow.com is an inappropriate, unfiltered, unpredictable, and irreverent mass media platform, which specializes in its unique brand of Comedy, Music and Sports. Launched in 2004 as a way to escape the traditional forms of media, The Sly Show.com's flagship program, “The Sly Show,” is often described as “randomized-fuckery” with an improv-style, anything goes, edgy podcast. The show displays a full-on, “no holds barred” format with a mixture of Sly's recognizable voice, racial slurs, spo ...
 
Clive Garrard first got the radio bug as a schoolboy after meeting his hero Emperor Rosko. This had a profound effect on the lad and he realised that he simply had to become a DJ. Greatly influenced by listening to Radio Caroline because of "the great music not played anywhere else" Clive began doing mobile disco's throughout the 1980's and joined Hospital Radio Tunbridge Wells in 1982. Later he was able to put this experience to good use presenting patients requests for BBC Radio Kent. He h ...
 
Three times each week, Big Daddy Donald Roberts and the swinging men from the Action Den, bring you GOLDEN OLDIES from the studios of Radio Action. Listen to some of the greatest music of all time with emphasis on the '60's and '70's. During the Radio Action ROCK AND TALK program, Al Murphy visits on the 20's with RETROSPECTIVE - a 20/20 look back on issues of interest to Al, and hopefully you as well. Al also returns later in the program with SPORT DE JOUR - a look at everything "sport." Mi ...
 
Conversations with members of the Greatest Generation who revisit their past, reminisce on their life experiences, and reflect on the people and events that made them who they are today. Join podcast host, Shannon Diggins, full-time Physical Therapist and part-time geriatric hype-man, as she sits down with loved ones and total strangers to talk about their fondest memories and best years!
 
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This week was a great week back in 1987. Two very well-received and wholesome comedies were released on the same day. One of them is the classic road trip film Planes, Trains and Automobiles. The other is Three Men and a Baby, an all-star adventure in parenthood and crime. We let them battle it out to see which is the best! 0:07:40 - Three Men and …
 
Click the photo to link to our free podcast of our most recent internet radio program of Back to the Hop. Philly Cuzz starts us off with a festive holiday song, with rock and roll by Trade Martin and doo wop by Sammy Stray putting us in a flashback mood. Bob Witkin, our Executive Producer has put together a wonderful array of fun music including tw…
 
The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show featuring Buster Brown - "The Madison Shuffle", Pee Wee Crayton - "Little Bitty Things", James Darren - "Goodbye Cruel World", The Chantels - "I Love You So", Eddie Cochran - "Twenty Flight Rock", (Twin Spin) Billy Joe Royal - "Never In A Million Years" / "Funny How Time Slips Away", The Echoes - "Ding Dong", The …
 
Friends: Here we go with another Flash Back Friday and the Sound track of the Sixties program from Radio Action. Today, episode FIVE of the FIFTEEN PART series - SOUND-A-THON 1967. Join us as we count down the next 20 tunes in the list of 300 that you will hear over the next weeks. Sound-a-thon 1967 was originally presented to Vancouver Radio liste…
 
Click the Christmas photo to hear an hour of vintage tunes that topped the charts in the middle of 1963. We start with our signature Philly Cuzz Christmas selection and then it's all 1963 and what a year it was! Check it out and get festive! Every tune was on the British charts so it's hit after hit after hit.…
 
In this week’s episode, Wyndham and Jeremy sit down to talk about the biggest music doc in years—Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back. The brothers break down the origins and history of the footage, the mythos of Yoko and the band’s breakup, the thrill and monotony of the creative process, and how the culture and history of post-war Britain were f…
 
Friends: Welcome to December! And to the mid-week ROCK AND TALK program from Radio Action. No, we are not quite ready to program seasonal music so another program with music from the memory music archives. A little rock, a little talk - a delightful mix of platter and chatter, all right here. Give us a click and find out where the "action" reallis!…
 
We start with a Philly Cuzz Christmas tune just to get you in the mood, and then it's on to Brit Beat Hits of 1964. A couple of American artists actually made the list as well. It's festive, upbeat and fun on this edition of Juke Box Saturday Night. Click the picture to listen or download our free podomatic podcast!…
 
RARE & SCRATCHY ROCK 'N ROLL_148 – “THE COMPLETE HIT SINGLES HISTORY OF BOBBY DARIN, PART 2” This is the second of our two editions saluting Bobby Darin – one of the most dynamic show business talents of the twentieth century. Our prior program – show #147 covered the years 1956 to 1962 and his incredible rise to superstardom. Now on this episode #…
 
Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in, Psychological Murder. That episode from March 16, 1954, is the first story on this week’s Relic Radio Show. (25:25) Our second episode is Special Delivery, from Radio City Playhouse. This story was originally broadcast August 7, 1948. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr22021/RelicRadio…
 
One big tidbit kicks off the episode: a summary of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and tributes to Carole King, Tina Turner, the Go-Go's, and LL Cool J. Then it's Time to go Back in Time, to November 30th, 1985 to be exact. Ads and articles in that edition of Billboard Magazine highlight artists like Arcadia, Kurtis Blow, Grace Jo…
 
Friends: As we are quickly ending November and looking forward to December, it is time once again to start off the week with the ROCK, ROLL AND REMEMBER program from Radio Action. No, we are not into seasonal music quite yet - that will come soon enough. Just great memory music from the little station that works hard to entertain. Give us a click a…
 
The ostentatious awesomeness of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” gets us talking about songs you can’t possibly sing along to and the various reasons Freddie Mercury is eternal. Our intro is by Andrew Byrne and our outro is by PJ Harvey. To contact us or buy our books, visit MarkAndSarahTalkAboutSongs.com. To become a patron of the show, visit patreon.c…
 
I hope you had a great thanksgiving Holiday with your friends and family, this week's episode is something pretty special. So it's on a VERY special and rare occasion that I do interviews on my podcast, sometimes I do them, but most of the time I don't, but whenever I do, I try to bring in interesting guests, and most of the time it's someone from …
 
Welcome to Glenn Robison’s Rapidly Rotating Records, bringing you vintage music to which you can’t *not* tap your toes, from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and ’30s. Do you know who this fellow is? Hint: His most popular song is “The Rosary.” That’s right! He’s Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, who gets his very own birthday segment on this…
 
Audio Introduction gives background on this Mutual Radio Network "Interactive" radio series from 1947-50. This is not to be confused with the Five Minute Mystery shorts... this is a 30 minute program with 5 individual mysteries which are attempted to be solved by selected members in the audience and compared to the professional sleuths who reveal t…
 
The Armed Forces Radio and Television Service broadcast of May 9, 1961 of "Rocketing Rhythms" with host Jack Brown and guest, singer Kay Starr. Show featured charting songs of the time. Playlist in order: Kay Starr: Fooling Around. Ernie K. Doe: Mother-In-Law. The Wanderers: For Your Love. Pat Boone: Moody River. Joe Barry: A Fool to Care. Bert Kae…
 
There were many shows during the Golden Age of Radio that featured animal "stars" because they did not have to be in the studio. The sound effects man would create the voice of the dog, cat, or horse and do it on cue. The listening audience would never know the difference. Rin Tin Tin on the radio was played by a sound effects tech, but in the movi…
 
Another "Five Minute Mystery" to see if you can "out sleuth the sleuth!" In this case the FBI is trying to solve the case of some stolen jewels... can you determine who stole the jewels before the FBI agent solves the case? Give it a try and if you do solve the case... and you are not a FBI agent, well maybe there is a new career waiting for you! G…
 
Audio Introduction provides a brief synopsis and origin of this story... the radio adaptation of a short story entitled "Taboo" written in 1939 by a British author, Geoffrey Household. Paul Frees and Morgan Farley have the lead roles and William Conrad is the host/narrator. This track will be stored in the "Horror/Suspense" Playlist on this Soundcl…
 
Audio introduction provides information about the "Escape" series sustained by CBS Radio for most of its 7 year run producing over 200 episodes. The story is an adaptation from an 1890 short story by Ambrose Bierce... involving the hanging of a Confederate civilian by the Union army at the Owl Creek Bridge in Tennessee. This track will live in the …
 
Friends: It is another week closer to Christmas and time for another edition of SOUND TRACK OF THE SIXTIES and our 1967 SOUND-A-THON countdown of hits. Join us here for episode 4 in the 15 part series. There are a lot of memories on this show. Join us to hear them. Thanks for riding the records with us here on Radio Action. Cheers for a Flashback F…
 
More Hits from Around the World on Juke Box Saturday Night. Europe, Asia and North America hits have been culled to provide a most entertaining program. Click the globe to connect to World Hits of 1965 free podcast on podomatic. Download or listen right there on the podcast site with a built in player the site provides. Enjoy!…
 
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