It is an experience I want to provide to you, an audio experience. This is the 14th installment of my podcast, a wonderful mixture of the new and the old and old doesn't have to mean "classic" because sometimes the classics are unknown. Listen to this 90 minute show.
Love is more than words or better late than never, as I often say (thank you, Arthur Lee). This week's podcast is two days later but I'm here and it means two podcasts in a week. In the words of George Michael, can I do it? We can try. This is the 13th edition of THE LISTENING EXPERIENCE.
12th show? Yes it is, glad to bring to you a new edition of "The Listening Experience". Have a seat, a bean chair, in your car, no matter but please enjoy.
The Listening Experience podcast continues with show #11 and this one has a nice wealth of new music. 90 minutes of diverse sounds, not a second more, never a second less.
My podcast known as BOOK'S MUSIC will be coming to an end in June. For now, this is the last podcast of May 2014, show #359. Enjoy it while it lasts, for another podcast is on the horizon. Tuned? Stay!
After seven or so years of doing the BOOK'S MUSIC podcast, it will be coming to an end. But fear not, for while BOOK'S MUSIC will be at the end as a name, I will have a brand new podcast soon after, which is a good thing. I have loved making these shows for all of this time and I want to continue to do it again, but I also want to try some new things within the podcast as well so... more news on the way.
As for this news... what news? Well, it's a new podcast, the 358 edition of BOOK'S MUSIC, so have a listen. This week features a 19 minute LOOOOOOOOOOOOONG SONG so kick back, relax, and enjoy it nicely.
BOOK'S MUSIC podcast #357 is here, continuing on and moving forward despite a personal mishap. Rock steady.
Soul, electronica, punk, jazz, and who knows what other types of music you'll hear in this week's installment of the BOOK'S MUSIC digital broadcast? Well, you can look at the playlist below but I'd like for you to listen to it blindly, go into each show with an open mind. Otherwise, have a look at what songs were selected in "the radio that radio forgot".