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As if his critically acclaimed Documentary 2 was not enough, The Game has given fans 18 more tracks on with Documentary 2.5. Being both his first double album and bearing the weight of his magnum opus gives this album a heavy workload to its pre-release hype. After quintessential delays and shifting release dates, we finally heard the album would be released along with even more music totaling 36 tracks. What finally came to light was a double album in the tradition of All Eyez on Me and Life After Death.
What resulted is an album with huge depth that, by all accounts, feels worthy of the deep tracklist and both volumes. Any concern over 2.5 being a companion or taking a back seat is dispelled without even pressing play. Features like Nas, Lil Wayne, Scarface and Busta Rhymes paired with production from The Alchemist, Travis Barker and DJ Mustard assure the listener that regardless of mathematical implications 2.5 equals two in this instance if you are talking production value.
The first of two one-hour documentaries on The Byrds, the continuously groundbreaking band who bridged the gaps between The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, the Beach Boys, the Los Angeles psychedelic underground and classic country. Their memorable music set the stage for everyone from the Eagles to Tom Petty to R.E.M. Each hour is hosted by singer-songwriter Laura Cantrell, and covers a distinct period of their prolific history that can either be aired as one two-part series, or as your choice of two insightful one-hour programs. THERE IS A SEASON covers 1964-1967, the all-too-brief hitmaking years of the Byrds' original five members - Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark and Michael Clarke. They were an electrified folk band who topped the charts with some of the decades' most innovative singles and albums. By 1967, their musical harmony was engulfed by the off-stage disharmony that pushed them to reach those heights. Instead of being directed by the singular vision of one leader, The Byrds were consistently led by everybody's contributions - from their original five members to the musicians involved with their later years. Despite the inner turmoil that resulted in a revolving cast of characters, the Byrds always used those changes as opportunities to further their musical evolution. "They all brought something new and something defining," says journalist David Fricke, "and it all became part of the Byrds sound. They didn't change the Byrds to the degree that it changed the sound. What they did became the Byrds." Both segments feature the wide range of music that made The Byrds of the 60s most influential bands, along with comments by its two longest-lasting members: Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman. Writers David Fricke, Anthony DeCurtis, Lenny Kaye and Byrds historian Sid Griffin are also interviewed.
This time around we start with an obscure B side from Lighthouse, and then take a musical journey backwards from Joni Mitchell's 1974 live album Miles Of Aisles to the Jimi Hendrix Experience's Axis: Bold As Love. As a bonus we have tracks from Led Zeppelin and Frank Zappa to finish the hour. See for complete playlist.
In this hour of Blue Dimensions, new music from bassist Ben Wolfe from his album "Unjust" with a bunch of great players on different tracks, including Nicholas Payton on trumpet, Immanuel Wilkins on alto saxophone, Joel Ross on vibraphone, and Nicole Glover on on tenor saxophone. We'll play a few tracks from it. Also, a new album from dynamic drummer Mark Kelso from Canada with his band The Jazz Exiles called "The Dragon's Tail", plus a song from the 1950s rediscovered by singer Libby York from her album "DreamLand," and new music from trombonist and singer Tbone Paxton from his new album "Joys."promo included: promo-L06
Films cover a wide variety of subjects and genres. Notables include Charlie Chaplin, Disney shorts, news reels including royal coronations, Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy, Marx Brothers, animated shorts from NFB, and a documentary on The Beatles. 2b1af7f3a8