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Dan-o's Delights 

Episode 119

Episode 119

 

Just in time for Halloween, a super-scary Dan-o's Delights with a massive pumpkin head full of music.  We start off  with a looonnnnggg set of songs to do with Soweto...that will drive the evil spirits from inhabiting your soul.  Frank Zappa, Roky Erikson, The Black Keys, Donovan, The White Buffalo, XTC, David Bowie and Frank Sinatra are among those doing the hard work.

Delicious treats include new music  from Van Morrison, David Byrne, Robbie Robertson, Jesse Malin Sturgill Simpson, The New Pornographers, Brittany Howard, Neil Young, The Who, Santana JUST TO NAME A FEW.

FInally, there is a tribute to the late Paul Barrere of Little Feat, one of my all-time favorites.  We play three segments of my Up Close syndicated show that features interview with Paul.  

As usual, if you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers!

Dan-o's Delights 

Episode 118

Episode 118

 

Alright, this is a super-long Dan-o's Delights - Episode 118.

There are two looooonnnnng sets about driving to celebrate my friends less than three day cross country trip from Western Nevada to the Garden State of Corruption, with songs from Prince, Curtis Harding, Hal Blaine  the Young Cougars, The Kinks, Tom Cochrane & Red Rider, The J. Geils Band, Lucinda Williams, Johnny Cash and many more.

There's a tribute to the late Ginger Baker with interview, and there's interview with John Lennon about Abbey Road, celebrating the Beatles most popular album's 50th anniversary editions with the stunning new mix.

Yes, it's jammed packed with goodness for your musical pleasure.

As usual, if you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers!

Dan-o's Delights 

Episode 117

Episode 117

 

I am sorry this podcast was so long in the making. I explain why during it. I was blessed with a lot of work and also had a problem.

There is so much outstanding music to get to. My favorite over the past few weeks are Jesse Malin, Brittany Howard, Sheryl Crow, Beth Hart, Chrissie Hynde and the New Pornographers.  There is so much that I will get to next week.

I saw two amazing shows - Peter Frampton's farewell at Madison Square Garden and Bonnie Raitt who opened for Mark Knopfler.  Both incredible and I'll try to give you a sense of what happened at these shows.

September has come and gone and I'll give you music for this month that has been used for so many incredible songs.

As usual, if you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers!

Dan-o's Delights 

Episode 116

Episode 116

This podcast was like eating chocolate ice cream while making love to the sexiest person on earth.  It's music to make you feel like you are on vacation.

In this constantly faster moving, social media, in-your-face craziness that we call 2019, I think if you do not take the time to unplug from it, it will eat you alive.

That's what this podcast is designed to do, whether you are lucky enough to actually take a vacation somewhere nice (which could be your home) or whether you need a mental vacation. 

If you listen to this show, you will be able to go on vacation.

The newness comes from Brittany Howard (INCREDIBLE), Robbie Robertson, Mac DeMarco, Soak, The Avett Brothers, Bleached, Delbert McClinton, The Heavy, Shovels & Rope, Sleater-Kinney and Spoon JUST TO NAME A FEW.

The musical vacation sets come from The O'Kaysions, Norah Jones, Jason Isbell, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Bob & Doug McKenzie, Rick Nelson, Michael Franti & Spearhead, the Mavericks and Frank Sinatra...JUST TO NAME A FEW.

Put your feet up, have a favorite beverege and remind yourself how grateful we are for what we have.

As usual, if you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers!

Dan-o's Delights 

Episode 115

Episode 115

Buona Sera mio amico e mio amicas

 

We have an ocean full of delectable delights this week including new Robbie Robertson (with Van Morrison!), the Prince "Originals" album will blow you away, and excellence from Sleater-Kinney, Delbert McClinton & Self Made Men, the New Pornographers, The Steve MIller Band, Collective Soul, Spoon, the Raconteurs, Peter Frampton and more from the Echo In the Canyon soundtrack, JUST TO NAME A FEW.

There's leftovers from last cast's moon set, the return of Dieter and dancing, and a blatant attempt to lift your spirits and mood from the sadness of reality.

Feel the love and send it to those who need it right now.

As usual, if you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers!