This week, we listened to Blondie, Nena, The Temptations, Cory Wong, and more.
Well, at least it wasn’t boring. Let’s not beat around the bush, much of this year’s music was inextricable from real world circumstances. There is simply no dancing around the little issue of COVID-19 and a global pandemic kind of dampening everybody’s lives this year, not least of which because it obviously cross-contaminated a lot […]
This week, we listened to songs by Tennis, Bob Dylan, The Psychedelic Furs, and Laura Veirs, among others.
This week, we listened to artists including Blossom Dearie, George Michael, Big Star, and Martin Sexton.
This week, we heard music from artists including Bob Dylan, Shannon and The Clams, Patti Smith, and Donizetti. “Drive My Car”, The Beatles, Rubber Soul “I’ll Be Your Mirror”, The Velvet Underground and Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico “1234”, Feist, The Reminder “You’re so Vain”, Carly Simon, No Secrets “The Book Of You”, Belle […]
This week we listened to music from artists including Ripe, Stevie Wonder, The Humble Cheaters, and Patti Smith. Happy 87th birthday to the late, great Nina Simone.
A David Bowie triumph, the solo album commonly known as Pet Sounds ’88, and the stylings of Hot Sauce Johnson and his album Truck Stop Jug Hop. All of this COULD BE YOURS . . . if you listen to this week’s Left of the Dial. Join radio host Chris-R as he ventures through the classic […]
SIX This episode of Box of Chocolates was streamcast LIVE over la magia negra of the interwebz on the Ninth of July, Two Thousand Seventeen. It was one of the Alphabet concepts. This one happening to be the “brought to you by__” series. This particular episode was brought to air by the letter “S” to […]
Though the rain’s still comin’ down, there’s no reason we can’t close our eyes and pretend it’s not. Winding through reflective country from the ’30s to the ’70s, with rarities and surprises in between, episode 15 celebrates the endless skies, towering clouds, and rustling grasses of the idealized American West in anticipation of summer.
The 60s was an era of extremes: great ugliness and great beauty, mass chaos, violence, and fear, and still a vision for something greater… Love, Peace, and Freedom. Episode 13, Original Air Date: 6-3-15 This podcast was created for a course overseen by Professor William Bohnaker at Portland State University. The contents herein are protected under the […]