I'd Buy That For A Dollar
Far before Synergy became a buzz word of self-parody in corporate culture, an outsider used the word to describe his one-man coup against the self-parody of his era—rock and roll. Guest Host Katy May brings "Cords" to the gang and we sort out what this is and where it came from.
Co-Host Peter takes the brown tab and drops some far out knowledge of this oft-spotted gem from the thick of the psychedelic era, "The Family That Plays Together." Guest Host Katy warms up with the crew before coming back with her own record next week.
Our first guest record by Earl Jordan erodes away Sean's wall of hate he has built around the sweet sweet sound of the Supremes' "Floy Joy"
Co-Host Sean drops some hard beats and hard knowledge on legendary(?!) artist Bohannon's "Cut Loose." Our first guest DJ Earl Jordan of analog ancestry sits in.
The Human League
Peter takes on everyone's favorite grocery store jammer, 'Don't you want me baby' and finds out the rest of the album "Dare" slaps.
Los Indios Tabajaras
Co-Host Jeremy leads this exploration into the mysteriously mellow vibes of Los Indios Tabajaras, their manufactured roots and breakthrough billboard success "Maria Elena"