Category Archives: Song of the Day

(May 20, 2017): A-Sides – Nature Girl

From the 2005 12″ single, Nature Girl / Take A Chance.  Jason Cambridge (A-Sides) has been producing music since 1990 and has released well over 500 tracks, including six long players. At one point he was running three record labels. … Continue reading

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Sargent Pepper Turns 50 (WSJ)

https://www.wsj.com/articles/sgt-pepper-turns-50-1495054378

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(May 15, 2017): The Black Hollies – No Need To Be Rude

From the 2006 album, Crimson Reflections.  This three piece was a garage rook throwback from Jersey City did rock. As a review of the album on Amazon recounts: “This CD has everything you need – stomping R&B rhythm section and … Continue reading

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(May 14, 2017): Sly & Robbie – Sun Shine

From the 2006 album, Rhythm Doubles.  This LP brought together singles and odds and ends for reinterpretation with a host of well-known musicians.  T.O.K. features here on a  Bam Bam bonus track.

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(May 6, 2017): Bill Frisell – Baba Drame

From the 2003 album, The Intercontinentals. A Boubacar Traoré composition with his Mali percussionist compatriot, Sidiki Camara, on vocals. The LP was the first for the Frisell’s occasional sextet.

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Before and After Chuck Berry (NYT)

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(March 7, 2017): Bachman-Turner Overdrive: Gimme Your Money Please

K-SHE Classic. From the 1973 self-titled album, Bachman-Turner Overdrive. “I liked them before before they were “big”. I can recall walking up to a Target store with my mom, dad, and sister during a week when middle school was closed … Continue reading

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