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THE LOCAL PRODUCE SECTION: calling all bands.
7/18/2012 11:14:00 AM
I am thinking about starting a portion of my blog to be designated to local artists and bands in St. Louis. I am going to call it THE LOCAL PRODUCE SECTION. I will be soliciting and spotlighting local talent, and interviewing the band as well as getting some live material. The bands, at this time, will NOT be put on my show.
My main objectives for this:
- To meet more bands in the area
- Expose YOU
- Hear new music and find out what the hell is good out there.
- Give an opinion to people who need an extra one.
This is NOT:
- A way to work a radio deal out.
- A waste of time – yours or mine.
- a Joke.
If you would like to be considered for one of the first, pilot interviews for this, please send me a short bio of your band, and a list of ...
6am Klassic: Mama's Pride
7/18/2012 6:01:00 AM
Mama's Pride "Can I Call You a Cab" from the album: Uptown and Lowdown
Record Label - Release Date: Atco - 1977
Target CD release date: May 2005.
Personnel: Pat Liston - lead vocals, guitar, Danny Liston - lead vocals, slide guitar, keyboards, Kevin Saunders - drums, vocals, Max Baker - guitar, vocals, Dickie Steltenpohl - bass, vocals, Paul Willett - keyboards, vocals
Can I Call You a Cab 4:57
She's a Stranger to Me Now 4:42
Lucky Lady 4:47
You Can't Fool Yourself 7:15
The End of Our Road 2:55
Now I Found You 3:33
Long Time 9:49
This was the second Mama's Pride album. The songs "She's a Stranger to Me Now" and "Merry-Go-Round" received the most radio airplay. Overall, this was another good album.
RATING: 10 out of 10 -- great up tempo song for a hump day morning. And I ...