D. Christopher opens the vaults, dusts off the 45 revolutions per minute records (45s), and shares the ancestral sounds of early rock ‘n’ roll, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, soul, garage, early british invasion, beach, and teen club music.  Listen to the accidents of garage and one take recordings that resulted in some of the most authentic sounds in music history.  This is not a nostalgic trip down memory lane; this is music as relevant today as the day it was released.  ”Heart beats, drum beats, finger poppin’, and stomping feet” pretty much sums it all up.

ON Thursday Night Special | October 24, 2013 | 7:00 pm

Moldy Oldies

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D. Christopher opens the vaults, dusts off the 45 revolutions per minute records (45s), and shares the ancestral sounds of early rock ‘n’ roll, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, soul, garage, early british invasion, beach, and teen club music.  Listen to the accidents of garage and one take recordings that resulted in some of the most authentic sounds in music history.  This is not a nostalgic trip down memory lane; this is music as relevant today as the day it was released.  ”Heart beats, drum beats, finger poppin’, and stomping feet” pretty much sums it all up.

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