Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B

May 20, 2019
Editor In Chief

Two albums featured this evening.   Santana’s Abraxas and Steely Dan’s Can’t Buy A Thrill.

Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B – 3 X Best Of

May 6, 2019
Editor In Chief

Sunday 12am: RadioMax 3: Country Quad on EZMaxMusic

May 4, 2019
Editor In Chief

It’s a full day of Country Quad on EZMaxMusic

Mac Davis, Jerry Reed, Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins, Dottie West, Nat Stuckey and more.  We start at Midnight; go straight for 12 hours, then do it all again on our Surround Sound Sunday.  Listen here at http://radiomaxmusic.com/ezmaxpop.html

Saturday Programming on RadioMaxMusic

January 26, 2019
Editor In Chief

Today on RadioMax and the channels

12:00pm – Brit Rock with Dominic Forbes
Rock tunes from 1989

03:00pm – Max 20th Century featuring more of 1978 music.

07:00pm:  Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay
Can’t wait for “Great Soul Performances” later this evening, it’s gonna be a good one. You’ll be hearing from: The Whispers, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, the Commodores, Sam Cooke with Lou Rawls, Aretha Franklin, the Manhattans, Jerry Butler with Brenda Lee Eager, Bloodstone, Sister Sledge, Arthur Prysock, the Schoolboys, Marvin Gaye and more. Lots of great ballads and slow jams starting at 7PM ET, 6PM CT, 5PM MT and 4PM PT. Following of course, will be “Great Soul Performances 2: The 80s” at 9PM ET, 8PM CT, 7PM MT & 6PM PT, where on deck will be: The Trammps, Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five, Marvin Gaye, Patti LaBelle, Phil Collins, the Fat Boys, Third World, Billy Vera & the Beaters, the Fatback Band, Kid Creole & the Coconuts and so much more. Tomorrow Sunday, another segment of “Disco’s Top 700 Song Countdown;” which I host, at 3PM eastern time. There you have it. Wonderful music for you this weekend with me here at the “Home of the Hits,” RadioMaxMusic.Com.

11:00pm – Sammaraco Beats with Chris Sammarco

RADIOMAXMUSIC 2 – CLASSIC COUNTDOWN CHANNEL

10:00am – Top 50 Country Hits of 1985

02:00pm – Euro Chart Show with David Graham
Top 20 Hits January 26, 2013

03:00pm – Classic Countdown with Ron Kovacs
Top 40 Hits of January 16, 1974

06:00pm – Top 50 Albums of 1981

RADIOMAXMUSIC 3 – EZMAX

Full day of beautiful music.

 

Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B

December 17, 2018
Editor In Chief

Bobby Goldsboro (born January 18, 1941) is an American pop and country singer-songwriter. He had a string of pop and country hits in the 1960s and 1970s, including his signature No. 1 hit “Honey”, which sold over one million copies in the United States.

“Summer (the first time)”, a 1973 reminiscence about a 17-year-old boy’s first sexual experience with a 31-year-old woman, was a Top 25 hit in the U.S. and reached number 9 in the UK. Using a repeating piano riff, 12-string guitar, and an orchestral string arrangement, the song was suggestive enough to spark some controversy. A follow-up, “Hello Summertime”, was written by Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway and hit No. 14 in the UK in September 1974.

 

 

Poco is an American country rock band originally formed by Richie Furay, Jim Messina and Rusty Young. Formed following the demise of Buffalo Springfield in 1968, Poco was part of the first wave of the West Coast country rock genre. The title of their first album, Pickin’ Up the Pieces, is a reference to the break-up of Buffalo Springfield. Throughout the years Poco has performed in various groupings, and is still active.

Crazy Eyes is the fifth studio album (and sixth album overall) released by the American country rock band Poco. Released in 1973, Crazy Eyes was the album with which founding member Richie Furay ended his original tenure with the group.

Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B

December 10, 2018
Editor In Chief

Tonight, Monday, on RadioMaxMusic we drop the needle on 3 Guess Who LPs on, the LP Lounge. #10, Road Food and the Best of. AND – since RCA trimmed the opening of American Woman on the Best of LP, we went back to the multi tracks, and remixed it. – oh, did I forget to mention that all three LPs have been demodulated, then encoded into the QS? – well, they have! so come on over for more than 2 hours of…. Guess Who!?! – It starts at 10pm, US East Coast time.

#10 is the eleventh studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. The title derives from its being the band’s tenth overall release. (That number seems to include both a live album and best-of compilation, but to not include offshoot releases of the band’s early recordings prior to 1969.) It was originally released in 1973 by RCA Records.

The 2012 Iconoclassic reissue marked the first time the album was made available on CD in the U.S., as well as sporting both dramatically upgraded sound quality compared to all other CD releases, and a previously unreleased, stripped-down mix of “Glamour Boy” without the sound effects and crowd noise.

A Quadraphonic mix was available on both vinyl and Quadraphonic 8-track tape formats.

Road Food is the twelfth studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who and the last to feature guitarists Kurt Winter and Donnie McDougall.

A Quadraphonic mix was available on both vinyl and Quadraphonic 8-track tape formats.

On its first CD issuing, the side two tracks precede the side one tracks, making “Clap for the Wolfman”, “Pleasin’ for Reason”, “Road Food”, and “Ballad of the Last Five Years” tracks 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively.

The Best of The Guess Who is the fourth compilation album by The Guess Who and was released in 1971. It reached number 12 on the Billboard LPs chart and has been issued on CD twice; the first CD issue in 1988 on RCA, replaced the single version of American Woman with the longer album version; and then a digitally remastered reissue issued by Legacy Recordings in 2006 with 3 bonus tracks and the single version restored. Side Two of the album consists of five songs from their previous album Share the Land; “Hand Me Down World”, “Bus Rider”, “Share the Land”, “Do You Miss Me Darlin’?” and an edited single version of “Hang On to Your Life” (without the Psalm 22 excerpt that closes the album version).

Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B

November 5, 2018
Editor In Chief

Tony Orlando and Dawn is an American pop music group that was popular in the 1970s. Their signature hits include “Candida”, “Knock Three Times”, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”, “Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose”, and “He Don’t Love You (Like I Love You)”.

Red Octopus is the second album by Jefferson Starship, released on Grunt Records in 1975. Certified double platinum by RIAA in 1995, it is the best-selling album by any incarnation of Jefferson Airplane and its spin-off groups. The single “Miracles” was the highest-charting single any permutation of the band had until Starship’s “We Built This City” a decade later, ultimately peaking at #3 on the Billboard singles chart; the album itself reached #1 four non-consecutive weeks during 1975 on the Billboard 200. As with several other albums from the epoch, stereo and quadraphonic mixes of Red Octopus were released concurrently.

Following a guest appearance on the preceding Dragon Fly, Jefferson Airplane founder Marty Balin returned as a fully integrated member of the ensemble. Balin wrote or co-wrote five of the ten tracks on the album, including “Miracles.” The group attempted to create a commercialized sound which was a total contrast to their past works, paving the musical direction of their next two albums. – Wikipedia

Tonight, 10pm NYC time – we drop the needle on 2 70’s quad LPs – and, so you can (sort-a) hear them in quad, we’ve demodulated the cd-4 vinyl, then re-encoded them for QS (or Regular Matrix). please join us on RadioMaxMusic.com – and, starting tomorrow we begin our regular surround sound shows on EZMax music (The humble sister station of RadioMaxMusic)

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