Good morning, musicologists! We’ve finally made it to Friday and we’ve got some great music as we move from Black History Month into Woman’s History Month. Read on!
Here’s your Friday lineup:
11:00 a.m. Paint It Black: Various Artists
Today we start off with songs about the color black in the title, lyrics or both. Among others, you’ll hear The Rolling Stones, The Wallflowers, The Move, The Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Three Dog Night, James Brown, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, The Hollies, Stephen Stills, The Beatles, Warren Zevon, The Band, Nina Simone, Linda Ronstadt, Curtis Mayfield, Lucinda Williams, Tim Hardin, Long John Baldry, The Kinks and Dr. John.
4:00 p.m. Singer-Songwriter Series: The Music of George Harrison FINAL AIRING!
Today is the final airing of George Harrison as our featured singer-songwriter. Sometime tomorrow we’ll be introducing the next artist, so today is it. If you haven’t figured it out yet, it’s time to find out just why Harrison is considered right up there with Lennon-McCartney.
7:00 p.m. The Soul Sisters, Volume One: Various Artists
We’ve moved into Women’s History Month and you’ll be hearing a lot of women featured in our programming rotation in March. This great playlist features Little Eva, Aretha Franklin, Irma Thomas, Kim Weston, Carla Thomas, The Shirelles, Ann Peebles, Mavis Staples (The Staple Singers), The Ronettes, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Th eSupremes, Barbara Lewis, Mary Wells, Fontella Bass, Martha & The Vandellas and more!
Celebrate the end of the work week with great music. We’ve got it all here at no charge to you ever. Some clown wrote me a while ago and said I’m just trying to get followers. I mean, WTF? I’m offering you something totally free. See for yourself. Take the time.