Sunday, April 13, 2014

Celebrate the year it all changed...1953...with the great musical partnership of Ahmet and Jerry! 1953 a quiet revolution happened at the young Atlantic records offices. The man who coined the phrase "rhythm and blues" arrived on the scene to fill in for Herb Abramson who departed for military duty. With Jerry Wexler, one more vital piece of the Atlantic sound came into being. From then on there was no stopping the innovative and tireless work...

Doing What He Did...Jerry Wexler...Thank you Jerry! 

Birthdays: John Oates, Steve Howe, Freddie Hubbard

Song List:

Carry On---Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Basin Street Blues---Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis
Sound Chaser---Yes
Suite Sioux---Freddie Hubbard
Southeast City Window---Hall and Oates
Don't You Know---Ray Charles
Mess Around---Ray Charles
Wild, Wild, Young Men---Ruth Brown
A Garden in the Rain---Sarah Vaughan
I Can't Quit You Baby---Led Zeppelin

As always, the podcast is available here by about 10PM ET Sunday. Thank you, Baruch!

You can also listen in via iTunes (free subscription!) at

Thanks for listening! Your servant of the music, Tony Gallucci

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