Radio Crystal Blue, in its 15th year, is a weekly podcast that features top songwriters and bands, indie, underground, and touring, in a freeform format.
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Podcast page: https://archive.org/details/RCBlive012515
This show was published 1/31/15
Upon the death of NYC radio/TV media pioneer Joe Franklin, I began with some nostalgic music:
Mel Torme “It’s A Blue World” – In The Mood For Love
Duke Ellington “Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me”
Roy Eldridge “The Song Is Ended” – The Complete Verve Studio Recordings
Benny Goodman “After You’ve Gone”
Big Tiny Little “12th Street Rag”
New Music Sampler, for one week only, replaces my usual Radio Crystal Blue Novus Ordo program for at least one week:
3PM “This Is Right” – Slow Me Down CD www.3pm-music.com
Running time: 157 minutos
Recorded in stereo to 128kbps bitrate, 44.1 Hz in mp3 format using Audacity software.
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Tagged 3PM music, Amelia White, Ash and Bloom, Brant Croucher, Camela Widad, Candice Sand, Dan Herman, Elisa Peimer, freeform, freeform radio, indie, indie podcast, Jack Plus Jill, Jodie Levinson, Joe Franklin, LiLi Roquelin, Loose Roosters, Marina V, Mary Gauthier, Professor Louie and The Crowmatix, Pyramids On Mars, Radio Crystal Blue, Roger Silverberg, The Danbury Lie, underground music, Wes Tucker and the Skillets