My December Mix sent with love for better days ahead, inspired by those no longer here and musical memories they left behind. Not a Holiday mix but there are a few things included. See you with new episodes of FTB in the new year. To stream simply click the player, but in the spirit of giving if you would like to download the 24 Bit .flac file... click here
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Taking a short intermission to recharge as this is always a tough week for me personally. Even 32 years after the fact it just doesn't get easier. Pop left the planet on December 19, 1990 and every year the month seems to bring bad news. This year I don't have to battle through it so I'm taking a break. Merry Everything to Everyone, I will put some links to Holiday Tunes below. Thanks for all the incredible support over these past couple of years, I owe you more than I could ever repay.
Something I am working on. Inspired by uncovering a stash of 80 minute recordable CDs. Creating a series of mixed single artist discs with essential as of 2022 material from them. that Can't exceed 80 minutes. Not a "best of" per se but what I would want to hear from them as of right now. I have a few finished and I want you to have at least the first one if you like.
Another trio heads to the “Afterparty In The Sky” (Vin Scelsa really should have trademarked that name) and we offer some comfort through musical tributes and a few rare items within this episode of FTB. Too much death in the last few years or perhaps it’s just more noticeable now that I am closer to 70 than 60. As always, there are also sounds to discover, making life worth living. New stuff from Lewis Taylor, Nicholas Payton, Kula Shaker, Cliff Hillis and Elvis Costello, with Reissues and Vault items from David Bowie, The Cure, Eric Ghost (inventor of Blotter Acid), Melvin Sparks, Iggy Pop, John Patton, Rare Bird and the Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Live at The Fillmore Collection. Trying to keep on an even keel in what remains a very uneven and uneasy Country. Thanks for listening. That's Boy Troy on the cover, he thought we had a Football Team and showed up ready to play. We got him some decaf and broke the news gently that he was out of his mind.
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