The Allman Brothers Band
Trouble No More: All Access
On March 26, 1969, the Allman Brothers Band played together for the first time in a house in Jacksonville, Florida. By November 4th of that year, they had released their self-titled debut.
The Allman Brothers Band - Trouble No More: All Access features newly remastered music from their career-spanning five-CD or 10-LP box set, Trouble No More, released February 28th in conjunction with their 50th anniversary. Included are such favorites such as "Revival," "Melissa," "Whipping Post," "Statesboro Blues" and "Ramblin' Man" amongst others.
This FREE one-hour national radio special features archival interviews with Duane & Gregg Allman, Butch Trucks, Jaimoe and Chuck Leavell, as well as a new interview with Warren Haynes.
It is spread over three segments with eight minutes for local avails - NO COMMERCIALS. The Non-Commercial station version has two segments and features an additional song as well as more insight from the band.
The Beatles Abbey Road at 50:
On September 27, 1969, the Beatles released their last recordings and most popular album ever, Abbey Road. Even though it came out before Let It Be, it was recorded after those tension-filled, argumentative sessions.
This FREE national radio special features fascinating interviews with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and George and Giles Martin. You'll hear the beautiful new stereo mixes of classics like "Come Together," "Something" and the medley from Side Two of this monumental album. This hour-long special is spread over three segments with eight minutes for local avails - NO COMMERCIALS. The Non-Commercial station version has two segments and features two additional songs as well as additional interviews.
Personality aplenty/Interviewer extraordinaire/Music lover
Dan Neer, disc jockey/interviewer in New York for 40 years (WPIX-FM, WNEW-FM, K-ROCK, Q-104 and Sirius/XM Satellite Radio) and nationally for 40 years. Since 1980, through his Neer Perfect Productions Company he has independently hosted, written and produced nationally syndicated radio shows on important and up-and-coming music artists who have gone on to become important. He continues to interview the who's who of rock and roll and just as passionately any newcomers that catch his ear.
Explore the site a bit and you will encounter a bunch of them. Click on the “National Radio Shows” tab above the slideshow and you can listen to some of the thousands of shows he has produced. Find his weekly podcast, "Dan-o's Delights" under the "podcasts" tab. It is a feast for your music-starved ears, featuring highlights of interviews with legendary artists and newly discovered favorites, along with the sharp commentary and small pearls of his hard-fought wisdom and humor his fans have come to expect.
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