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Jesus Christ is Risen Today

Many listeners will recognize this tune as “that Easter song.”

April 3, 2014
How (High) Can You Go?

Put away the crystal stemware… Mado Robin is on the loose.

March 24, 2014
Fight On!

You’re listening to the Columbia Military Band with “Fight On”, recorded in 1939. Since that time “The Spirit of Troy” handles fighting duties. The University of Southern California’s Marching band is one of the oldest and most accomplished in, well, marching band history. Christened “The Spirit of Troy” in reference to their Trojan mascot, they ...

January 9, 2014
Deep Elem Blues

We’re going back to the Grateful Roots: songs that influenced the Grateful Dead.

December 5, 2013
Schirm und Schutz

Digital Wassling at it’s finest! It’s Happy Holidays week, and…

December 2, 2013
Belfer at 50 Test

Belfer at 50 Test

October 1, 2013
Classic Soundtracks: Laura

A true two for one: One of the most highly-regarded film soundtracks of all time, from one of the most highly-regarded films of all time.

July 26, 2013
Music of the Boardwalk Era: Some Of These Days

The 1920’s were Atlantic City’s golden era, and not because of the taffy.

June 13, 2013
Music of the Boardwalk Era: After You Get What You Want

The 1920’s were Atlantic City’s golden era, and not because of the taffy.

June 12, 2013
Music of the Boardwalk Era:Life’s A Very Funny Proposition After All

You’re listening to George Cohan with “Life’s A Funny Proposition After All”, a recording from 1904.  On HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, it’s Eddie Cantor, played by Stephen DeRosa, who sings the tune. His version of this song plays over the closing montage of Season One. We won’t ruin it for you if you’re still catching up, ...

June 10, 2013