No joke, it's about country music in this week's edition of Book's Music. The theme this time around shines the spotlight on the funny side of country, or at least it has a humerous side that was one of the unique qualities of the music. 29 songs are jammed into this, a true hoot about the good and bad side of living and trying to have a laugh out of it.
A special edition of the Book's Music podcast (show #353) is ready for you, and what makes this edition special? All but one song have the same title: "Hold On". The title which doesn't happens to have "Hold On" in its title, figure that one out. Or better yet, just listen to the music and hear what happens when you hold on to the sound, at least for one more day.
Last podcast for March 2014, I thought "it's a day before April Fool's Day, let's do foolish songs" but I did that already so I simply went for randomness, which works very week with BOOK'S MUSIC and here it is. If you enjoy a wide assortment of music coming at you from all directions, listen to show #352.
This week is a special edition of Book's Music, dedicated to the B-sides of singles. It's not specifically the non-LP tracks, but just the other side of a record that is often neglected or forgotten, although the show does feature a small handful of non-LP b-sides.
We've past the midway point of March, and we're only a few days away from the first day of spring. Celebrate it with this, the latest edition of Book's Music. This is the 350th podcast, a show that is easily one of the most diverse shows you'll hear anywhere.
Is the end only the beginning of the end of the...
Anyway, this is Book's Music podcast #349, and you may start... here and/or now.
February is of course a quick month, and thus this is the last Book's Music podcast for this month. More is on the way but first, have a listen to this podcast, this way or any other way available.
The Book's Music podcast returns to its normal sense of all senses, in that the "anything and everything" approach continues with a nice mixed plate of the random and unknown. Welcome yourself.