Music Today In History

Today in Rock History – May 23

1964, Marvin Gaye appears on American Bandstand singing “You’re a Wonderful One.” 1967, Pink Floyd performed at Town Hall in High Wycombe, England. 1967, Jimi Hendrix appeared at Klub Bongo in Malmö, Sweden. 1968, Johnny Lee Hooker, supported by The Hallucinations performed at Boston Tea Party in Boston, Massachusetts. 1968, Pink Floyd played two late… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 22

1964, The Beatles arrived back from their first US trip at Heathrow Airport and were greeted by thousands of fans. Also on this day The Beatles scored their second chart topping album with The Beatles Second Album. It displaced Meet The Beatles! from the top of the charts. 1965,  The Beatles’ “Ticket to Ride ” surpassed Herman’s… ... Continue Reading

Psychedelic Time Warp – Show 10

Hosted by Bart Shore. This week’s Psychedelic Time Warp is a generic show with music from the Beatles, Ventures, Smashing Pumpkins, the Doors, Pink Floyd, U2, Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello, the Rolliing Stones, Faces, Traffic, Talking Heads, The Grateful Dead, the Who, Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and David Bowie. Plus rarities from 13th Floor Elevators and… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 21

1965, The Who’s second single, “Anyway Anyhow Anywhere” backed with “Daddy Rolling Stone” is released in the UK on Brunswick. Derek Johnson in New Musical Express calls is “a wild racer, with just about every conceivable gimmick…it commands attention and should do well.“ 1967, Jimi Hendrix signed with Reprise Records on the US Warner Brothers… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 20

1965, The Who performed at Town Hall in Kidderminster, West Midlands, England. 1966, Bob Dylan and The Band played at the ABC Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Some members of the audience were unhappy with Dylan “going electric,” and attempted to overpower the band by playing their own harmonicas. 1966, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey of… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 19

1967, The Beatles held a press party at manager Brian Epstein’s house in London for the launch of the Sgt. Pepper’s album. Linda Eastman was hired as the press photographer. 1967, Pink Floyd played at Club A’ Go Go in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England. 1969, The Who appeared at The Rock Pile… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 18

1967, The Beatles were selected to represent the UK for the first-ever global-wide satellite broadcast. The group agreed to be shown in the studio recording a song written especially for the occasion, scheduled for June 25. John Lennon wrote “All You Need is Love” which was thought to sum up the 1967 “Summer of Love”… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 17

1967, Pete Townshend records an interview for the BBC overseas radio program Dateline London then The Who pre-tape a Top Of The Pops insert miming to “Pictures Of Lily.” From there they travel to Stevenage to play the Locarno Ballroom. Backstage, John lashed out at a “well-known pop singer” by punching his picture on the… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 16

1966, The Beach Boys released the album ‘Pet Sounds.’ The album is now regarded as the masterpiece of composer-producer Brian Wilson, and is often hailed as one of the best and most influential albums in popular music. 1966, Dylan’s iconic Blonde On Blonde album was released, reaching No.9 in the US charts and No.3 in… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 15

1966, Pink Floyd played at The Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London.  They were billed as the Pink Floyd Sound, as part of their “Spontaneous Underground” period. 1967, Paul McCartney is hanging out with Keith Moon and Eric Burdon at Georgie Fame concert at the Bag O’Nails club in London. The young American photographer of The… ... Continue Reading

Today in Rock History – May 14

1964, Jan & Dean start recording “Little Old Lady (From Pasadena).” 1965, The Who appeared at Civic Hall in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England. 1965, San Francisco radio station KYA hosts the Rolling Stones, the Byrds, Beau Brummels, Paul Revere & the Raiders, and the Vejtables at the Civic Auditorium. 1966, The Who played at Palais in… ... Continue Reading

Psychedelic Time Warp – Money, Religion

Hosted by Bart Shore. In this themed show the first hour is about money – with songs by the Beatles, Fenton Robinson, ZZ Top, Bob Seger, Genesis, Warren Zevon, and live Pink Floyd and Grateful Dead. Hour two is about religion with contributions from Queen, Jethro Tull, ZZ Top, Blood Sweat & Tears, Allman Bros,… ... Continue Reading

Mama’s Radio Lullabies

This is The 3D RadioActivity number 638, I’m your Uncle Marty, as my On The Airedale wingman Daytona and I gather together with you again, to celebrate Mothers Day with a variety of favorite musical LULLABIES that she might have sang or hummed to you, to either soothe concerns or pick your outlook up. With… ... Continue Reading

Psychedelic Time Warp – Happy Mother’s Day

Hosted by Bart Shore. This show is our Mother’s Day special – the mother lode of all “Mother” songs – Eric Clapton, Rooling Stones, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, Styx, Queen, Skynyrd, the Plastic Ono Band, Grateful Dead, Santana, the Beatles, live Neil Young. Hear comedy from Allan Sherman and the Frantics. Plus special guest appearances from… ... Continue Reading

3Dimensional Sickness

DaytonAiredale is here with your Uncle Marty on episode 637 of The 3D RadioActivity. The adjective SICK can mean worried or affected by illness, while the noun or verb forms refer to the physical results like getting sick the floor or cleaning it up. The slang meaning is quite the opposite, and is used for… ... Continue Reading
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