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Did you miss last night's ProgScape Radio featuring EPHRAT? You can download it via iTunes right now! #progrock
Who's going to see @HackettOfficial tomorrow in Collingswood? Would love to meet up with some of you if interested! #progrock #genesis
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ProgScape Radio #456: Show #456 features a spotlight on Ephrat's 2008 debut release, No One's Words.
<waves> Hi there. Been a few weeks, I know. It's not you, it's me. Anyway, I'm here. For the moment, anyway.
ProgScape Radio #455: Show #455 features a spotlight on Sound Of Contact's 2013 debut release, Dimensionaut.
ProgScape Radio #455 is in the books and ready for Tuesday. What are we spotlighting? Go to and find out! #progrock
Okay, one more then I'm off to tons of meetings. "Many Too Many" by Genesis.… #playing45s #progrock
Okay, a little further back - from my aunt's 45 collection. "Sixteen Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford.…
I feel like I should be a Kiss 101 DJ right now (@ZackMorse will get the reference).
Since Gerry's the man, here's another 70's favorite - "Right Down The Line" by Mr. Rafferty.… #playing45s
Many of you might know the @foofighters version of this song, which is great, but the original version reigns supreme.
Another 70's gem - Baker Street by Gerry Raftery.…
Notice that all of these songs have great bass lines? Funny how that works and how that impacts the more progressive stuff I love.
moving on, here's a Philly favorite - "Just The Two Of Us" by Grover Washington, Jr.… #playing45s
...and to continue the madness, here's "Give Me The Night" by George Benson.…
Got about a half-hour, so will send some more old-school nuggets of my youth your way..
For those of you not over 30, K-Tel was what “Now That’s What I Call Music” is now.
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As I was a child of the late 70's and early 80's, these are songs that take me back to a different time and place.
...and now, thanks to @ZackMorse reminding me of the K-Tel Records we owned, Here's "Stomp!" by the Brothers Johnson…
Thank you @ZackMorse for bringing up the old K-Tel records we all used to own. Gotta play one of those from the memory banks now...
..and now, the first 45 I ever bought (shows my age on multiple levels) - Pac-Man Fever by Buckner & Garcia… #oldman
...and since I'm on a 70's "pop" kick, here's one you don't hear everyday - "Lonesome Loser" by the Little River Band…
...and something different - a 70's pop track that always did it for me - "The Things We Do For Love" by @10ccWorld…