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Full Circle Analog

Full Circle Analog

By Brad Blue
Music & Culture from the British Invasion through today, Technology from your 1st stereo to smartphone. channeled by Brad & Alec Blue. Featuring special guests from places far & near, whose connections run deep.
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The Rooftop Concert Unplugged
We breakdown the entire rooftop concert from Peter Jackson's Trilogy
March 22, 2022
MARVEL MANIA! It all starts with Spiderman
 My son Alec explains how Spiderman is the Centre of the Marvel Universe
January 29, 2022
Up on the Rooftop, Quick, Quick, Quick! (Get Back part 3)
Amazing details of the week that led up to the Beatle's Rooftop concert!
January 14, 2022
Who Was the 5th Beatle? (Get Back part 2)
Part 2 of "Get Back" from Peter Jackson's remaster we take a deep dive...
December 07, 2021
Free as a Bird's - Eye view of "Get Back" part 1
The Beatle's "Get Back" is finally here! The Long & Winding Road of it!
December 01, 2021
Rite of Passage - DMV
The Department of Motor Vehicles. One thing that technology hasn't changed. The process of getting your driver's license. Listen up as yours truly sat in recently to an 8 hour session of driver education!
October 14, 2021
Backwards Compatible? When Tech Becomes a Legacy Product
Too many subscriptions, suspicious spoofs, and what to look out for when your technology gets old
October 09, 2021
The Beatles Get Back 3
  The latest on the BEATLES  Peter Jackson "Get Back" release takes yet another turn.  (The Long & Winding Road) 
July 17, 2021
A Blast From the Past
In 1974 the Grateful Dead revolutionized concert audio with a three-story, 28,800-watt system called the Wall of Sound. Nearly 50 years later, Anthony Coscia has built a one-sixth scale model in his basement—and fans are going wild once again. Come with us into Anthony's basement & check it out!
May 14, 2021
What's on Your Mixtape? My personal journey with early tape recordings and my car stereo systems.
From Ampex to Maxcell, The Birth of Car Stereo & my 1st tape deck.  We honor the passing of the inventor of the AUDIO CASSETTE, Lou Ottens, who was 94 years old. 
March 15, 2021
Oh The Places You'll Go
Rod Stewart sang 'Every Picture Tells a Story." Every one of us has a story to tell. Every one of us has memories to share. Be yourself, everyone else is taken Join us on the road to find out!
February 24, 2021
The Last Milestone
Join us for SEASON 2 as we plow ahead into 2021 looking ahead to some return to normalcy, and yours truly hits the BIG 65! Brad's perspectives on culture literally (cancelled) derailed with the hope that we will never pass this way again.
February 01, 2021
The Beatles Get Back 2
It’s been a long time since we’ve been totally, jaw-droppingly surprised by any “new” Beatles anything, but judging by the preview released by Peter Jackson on Monday, “Get Back” is the rest of the story. It’s like finding a box of old photographs that shows your mom & dad when they were young & really madly in love each other, or discovering a new watering hole hidden from sight for years....
December 23, 2020
IT'S ALL IN A SONG! How 5 iconic Christmas tunes led to these classic holiday animation favorites loved by millions!
We look back at our favorite Christmas Animation shows from the Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass series to the Lee Mendelson/Bill Melendez/ Vince Guaraldi Trio classic, "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
December 09, 2020
Ticketron, Wolf & Rissmiller, were my best friends
Wolf & Rissmiller produced just about every big concert back then in SoCal in the 1970's . Remembering the who, what, when,  where the live concerts we saw,  when the Rock Music business first took off
November 27, 2020
Revenge of Analog Part 3 Alice's Restaurant Massacre
A surprise letter from an old friend... Where can I buy the Sunday paper?  We look at the lost art of writing a letter through the eyes of Arlo Guthrie, and how a special digital edition of the Sunday paper celebrating the World Series champion Dodgers just doesn't cut it.
November 05, 2020
The Revenge of Analog Part 2: The Price You Pay...
From being the videographer where hours of memories find you are behind the camera, to buying the equipment, to learning how to use it, many things went into capturing those precious moments in your life.  Now decades down the road, what do you do with it?
October 22, 2020
Imagine: John Lennon's 80th Birthday!
“We honour John Lennon as the composer of an entire library of great songs, and we mourn him as an emblematic martyr to the darker side of contemporary celebrity culture… John Lennon was a profoundly flawed human being in any number of ways, but, damaged as he was, his greatest gift was his ability to speak so directly to our dreams.”       Charles Shaar Murray
October 11, 2020
The Revenge of Analog!
Hello, everyone!  I hope you're having a good August amidst the chaos of these days. In this episode, I'm asking you what kind of analog devices you still use, and sharing a bit about the technology I use in my day-to-day. You know what they say, "they just don't make them like they used to." I'm also sharing some of my "why." The things I want to share and talk about with you in the coming days, weeks, and months.  Thanks for tuning in, listener! Stay safe and take care. 
August 28, 2020
Entertainment in a Virtual World
What we gained & what we lost. We pause & reflect on the past few months, which we have never experienced the likes of before. 
July 29, 2020
Listeners' Top 10 Worst Beatle Songs Part 2
We conclude our listener's list of Beatle not so classics, then reverse course and countdown Rolling Stones top 20 Best Beatle songs of all time!
June 10, 2020
Listeners' Top 10 Worst Beatle Songs Part 1
Let's face it. There were a few stinkers. From "Revolution #9" to "You Know My Name, Look Up The Number" and a few in between, He is our listener's Top 10 (or so) least favorite Beatle songs. Enjoy
May 22, 2020
44 YEARS IN A DAY! I thought I had the narrative right! (Piecing Puzzling Personal People Podcast)
When you discover a favorite story you love to tell is wrong! (Well, kinda.) It's been a little while,  we hope you're all doing okay out there.  If you liked this episode and want to let us know how you're doing, you can find us at and  Take care, we'll see you next time!
May 09, 2020
Sgt Pepper People Puzzle Pieces Podcast
Puzzles have always been popular. They date back to the 1760's. During difficult times like during the Great Depression puzzles thrived. Covid-19 has seen a rise in puzzle popularity as we shelter in place.  Join us as we piece together a puzzle of the Beatles Sgt Pepper Album Cover literally & physically!
April 19, 2020
How Do You Fix a Model T?
There are a lot of ways that things can break down. Most electronics even have multiple things that can go wrong. We touched a little bit on it in our last episode, but this week we wanted to focus more on how to fix various problems that occur within Electronics.  This week's episode has an accompanying video! Go ahead and follow us on facebook, to see it! Thanks for tuning in, see you again next week.
April 12, 2020
They Don't Make Things Like They Used To
Hey everybody! Another episode featuring Brad and Alec in our living room here in quarantine times. This episode is mostly for fun. We started with Vinyl, wound around to Photography, both old and new, and eventually wound up back at Vinyl. We talk sound systems, cameras, film and digital, and more! So tune in to this episode and get away for a while.  Thanks for tuning in! If you want updates and more fun stuff to keep entertained, head on over to our facebook page, to get updates, fun posts, and more!
April 04, 2020
Surviving These Strange Times, We've Done It Before
Good day, all! Strange times, these are. Every month has brough something new to the table, and this one has brought a lot of us home. In this episode, I sat down with Dad to talk about some times throughout history that similar things have happened, and how we got through them.  Because trust us, we've gotten through things like this, and much worse, before. We can do it again. Thanks for listening to this episode! Stay safe and sane out there, and we'll see you in the next one. Follow us on facebook at for our daily posts and updates to help liven up your schedule! 
March 26, 2020
The Beatles Get Back!
To where they once belonged... That's right, we have an official release date of The Beatles: Get Back! Never-before-seen footage that was cut from the famous movie, Let It Be, is now being released to the public later this year! Tune in to this episode to find out when that date is, as well as some history from the original Let It Be movie, the rooftop concert, and some speculation on what the new release will bring to the table... If you liked this episode and/or want to stay tuned to our newest episodes and updates, follow us on and See you next time!
March 17, 2020
Hey Boomer! The Credibility Gap
What's happened to good taste? Apparently, television doesn't care. It's not enough to portray the modern home life anymore, Sitcoms have to be as raunchy and in-your-face as possible, even the titles! Gone are the days of I Love Lucy and Ozzy & Harriet, and it seems like that's going to be the way it stays. In this week's episode I'm ranting a little bit about the degradation of entertainment in title & content. So feel free to join me! If you liked this episode and/or want to stay tuned to our newest episodes and updates, follow us on and See you next time!
February 19, 2020
Sherlock Holmes, The World's First Consulting Detective
Stories as timeless as the sunrise, Sherlock Holmes has been a main-stay on bookshelves across the country. Existing in many forms, theater, books, movies, and TV series, the stories of the world's greatest detective have captivated audiences worldwide for over a hundred years.  In this episode, I cover a lot of my favorite Sherlock Holmes stories, as well as the cultural impact of them in the second half of the 20th century! So join me on a journey of intrigue and detective work, wont you?  Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode. If you want to follow us to get updates on new episodes, as well as awesome tips and our future content, go ahead and find us on facebook at  and See you next time!
February 08, 2020
Remembering Terry Jones
A lot of bad news has come out of this year already, but ignoring it isn't in the cards. There are so many things to celebrate from the legacy of famous rockstars, comedians, and personalities.  This week I'm looking bck at some of them and talking about how they changed my life.  Thanks for tuning in on this week's episode! For business inquiries and suggestions, our email inbox is You can follow us on our two facebook pages:   & to get updates and news from us!
January 25, 2020
Defining Classic Rock: It's Complicated...
Depending on who you ask, you get a different answer. So, I did just that. I asked my Facebook fan page when, as they saw it, Classic Rock became classic rock. I got a whole myriad of answers, from the 60's to "never!" But some repeated dates and answers stuck out. Tune in to this week's episode of Full Circle Analog as we ask and answer, "what is classic rock?" "When is classic rock?" "Why is classic rock?" and more! If you'd like to follow our posts and/or submit answers and question for us to cover in future podcasts, we have a couple places for you to visit! For business inquiries and suggestions, our email inbox is You can follow us on our two facebook pages:   & to get updates and news from us!  See you all next week.
January 17, 2020
Happy New Year - 1970!
It was 50 years ago today, and boy was it a year. The start of a new decade is always a nervous and exciting time, as a lot can happen in 10 years, or is it just another day? In our first episode for 2020, I'm taking a look back at the year 1970. The Beatles 'Let It Be' and broke up, followed by the 1st of the their solo albums and the subsequent questions of, "Where do we go from here?" without them?  The floodgates that the Beatles opened in the early sixties for new bands exploded in several directions in 1970. The new decade in music proved not to be a disappointment, but an even bigger influence on modern culture! Join me as we see how it started, won't you? There is much more to discuss, more anniversaries coming up this year, and we'll try to cover more of the 1970's in 2020! For now, you can check us out at for updates on when our newest episodes of the year go live. Thanks for tuning in! 
January 10, 2020
A Look Back at our First 6 Months
Happy Holidays and Merry Kringle, everyone. It's been half of a year since we started this podcast, and it's only fitting that it's time for a look back. So much has happened this year that it's hard to cover it all.  In this episode, we go back through our guests appearances, favorite topics, and share some exciting news for the upcoming year! No matter what 2019 brought you, we wish you an amazing Holiday Season and an exciting New Year. May 2020 bring us all closer together, and may it bring us many glad tidings of music! This is Brad & Alec, signing off.
December 22, 2019
Andy Williams, Petula Clark, Cheech & Chong: What is your favorite Christmas tune?
Happy Holidays, everyone! This week at Full Circle Analog we're looking back at my favorite tunes from over the years that I replay every year at Christmas Time. Santa Claus and His Old Lady,  The New Christy Minstrels, and more are all things I discuss in this podcast. Did you know that the New Christy Minstrels were actually a reincarnated music group with several members? Find out more about them as I dive deep into some of my favorite tunes with week on the podcast.  Follow us on for updates.
December 12, 2019
An Interview With Scott & Steve
This past week we sat down with our close friends Scott and Steve, two long-time friends and musicians. We met a long time ago as mutual members of a local Church, and recently starting going to local restaurants where the two play songs together.  So, we brought them in to our office where they serenaded us for a while, and then talked to them about their experiences with Vinyl, The Beatles, the history of music, and so much more! Tune in to this special episode of Full Circle Analog, as we recorded and included the three songs they played for us!  We hope to continue our interview soon, but for now we'll see you next week! Follow us on Facebook for updates:
December 05, 2019
Women Who Rock: Mary Murphy's Adventures in Song - Part 2
In this episode, Family, Work, and Home brought Mary to Yucaipa. She now explores the local music scene both by herself and with her band: Teabagger's. The thing about Mary is that she just loves to sing. This love of music has brought her into all sorts of fascinating places with all sorts of fascinating people. We dive a bit more into her local roots in this episode of Full Circle Analog.  We had a great time sitting down with Mary for these two episodes! We're lining up guests for our next few episodes, so our next episode will be solo again! To get notified when that podcast goes live, go ahead and follow us over at
November 20, 2019
Women Who Rock: A Morning With Mary Murphy - Part 1
As far as unique voices go, Mary Murphy's is up there in Full Circle Analog. We met years ago through my business, and after several projects we learned that we share some common interests. Her life's story is fascinating and storied,  and we cover a lot of it in this interview. Her musical tastes are also extremely varied and interesting, and she shares some of this with us towards the end.  Thanks to Mary for coming on to our podcast this past Saturday! She didn't give us anything to plug. So, if you see Mary and her band at a local open-mics and other events be sure to say hi! Keep up with the podcast with our Facebook Page: Thanks for tuning in! The 2nd part of this interview will be uploaded next Wednesday! 
November 14, 2019
"Do You Remember: The 5th of November?" Remember - John Lennon (off Plastic Ono Band)
Do you remember the 5th day of November? Well you should! John Lennon told you to Remember in his 1970 release of the song on the Plastic Ono Band album, the album with two different covers. Something that always puzzled me is: Why? What happened on the 5th of the November? And why does the song end with a crescendo in the form of a violent explosion? And why are there two different covers? Well the answer was absolutely fascinating! I first tried to find out if any famous people had birthdays, but nothing stuck out. That was until an article popped up on my personal feed a few years ago. It talked all about a very specific holiday from across the pond, and why Lennon told us to remember it!  So join me in this week’s episode of Full Circle Analog as I cover some other reasons to remember the 5th of November, as well as the big one! Keep up with the podcast with our Facebook Page: Thanks for tuning in! New episode next Wednesday!
November 07, 2019
Old Days Theatre on the Air presents: Sleepy Hollow!
A special Halloween edition of "FULL CIRCLE ANALOG" celebrating the days of sitting around the radio listening to the families favorite shows. Gather round, young & old, to hear one of the most famous of all Halloween Ghost Stories.
October 31, 2019
Nostalgia: You Can't Go Home Again. Or Can You?
Nostalgia;  good or bad? Healthy or not? Remembering your favorite concert, ballgame, meeting someone famous. Favorite family gatherings, holidays, vacations. Is nostalgia just an effort to live in the past, or can it help us understand and help us direct our future? Let us know your favorite Nostalgic moment on our facebook page: Thanks for tuning in! New episode next Wednesday!
October 26, 2019
What Makes a Hero Super?
Alec has a solo episode this week, talking about a subject that is near and dear to him: The Marvel Cinematic Universe. As requested by Brad, Alec tries to explain why Superheroes are important, and how they've transitioned over the years into telling more human stories, in spite of their superhuman qualities. The Marvel Cinematic Universe sees 22 movies and dozens of characters fight various villains, including themselves. This is a stark contrast to the original Batman cartoon, featuring Adam West, which was altogether silly and light-hearted; to The Dark Knight, which deals with Anarchy and Order, as well as insanity and sanity.  Let us know how you like this episode by sending us a message over at Find more of us at Thanks for listening!
October 17, 2019
Getting Serious About Silliness (but only a little): Monty Python's 50th Anniversary!
In the latest of this year's 50th anniversaries, we're celebrating Monty Python! This Silly Group has brought hours and hours of smiles and belly-aching laughter to our family and so many others. The unique British spin on comedy brought Philosophy into the Lime Light with skits such as Twit of the Year, and The Argument Clinic. They routinely challenged the status quo by asking questions that we never really knew we had! Tune in to Brad & Alec discussing their favorite skits, moments, and memories made while watching Monty Python's Flying Circus and their movies! Let us know your favorite Python Moment on our facebook page: Thanks for tuning in! New episode next Wednesday!
October 10, 2019
Abbey Road - Volkswagens Synthesizers, Solos and Slumbers
There is a crosswalk in London that has been tread more times than any other in the entire world. It stands as a testament to music, passion, peace, and love. Eight feet crossed this one particular walk in late Summer, 1969, making it into what it is today: the Crosswalk in front of Abbey Road Studios, and the cover of Abbey Road.  Join me as I take a trip down memory lane, covering The Beatles final recordings as a group. From the Volkswagen parked upon the curb to the the Moog Synthesizer in "Here Comes The Sun" and 3 others, to Ringo's only Drum Solo, and a breakdown of the phenomenal track-list featured on the album. 
October 04, 2019
An Interview With Thomas Lamb - Part #2
This week we brought in a close friend, Thomas Lamb! He grew up loving music, and that has carried over into his life today! He frequently attends Record Store Days across Southern California, camping out overnight to get his favorite albums. In this exciting conclusion to the interview with our friend Thomas Lamb, we discuss our favorite bands, Record Store Day, and vow to come back with our favorite records to talk more about what made them so special in our eyes.  Check out the links below to connect with us! to find us on Facebook! to find more places to listen, and to support our podcast and help us make more episodes celebrating the Inland Empire's musical history.
October 03, 2019
An Interview with Thomas Lamb - Part 1
This week we brought in a close friend, Thomas Lamb! He grew up loving music, and that has carried over into his life today! He frequently attends Record Store Days across Southern California, camping out overnight to get his favorite albums.  In this first half of our interview, we covered all sorts of albums, genres, and moments from Rock history. Tune in to hear us discuss Karaoke, Cover/Tribute bands, vinyl experiences, and more! to find us on Facebook! to find more players and to support our podcast and help us make more episodes celebrating the Inland Empire's musical history. 
September 26, 2019
Musical Roots in the Inland Empire: A Morning With The Neverlys
This week on Full Circle Analog we were honored to be joined by our friend Michael Taelour and his band: The Neverlys! We hosted Michael, who was on guitar, and Jessica, who plays harmonica. They serenaded us for a spell, and then we started the interview contained in this podcast! We covered many of the different historical music events that took place in the Inland Empire, like when Jethro Tull upstaged Led Zeppelin and when the Rolling Stones played at the Swing Auditorium! Thanks to Michael and Jessica for taking the time to sit down with us! It was a ton of fun.  For behind the scenes photos, videos, and music, check out our Facebook page at For more about The Neverlys, including performances and pictures, check them out at Tune in next Wednesday for the next episode!
September 18, 2019
Woodstock - The Lost Tapes, What Happened To Their Voices?
Such a monumental moment in music is bound to leave some behind, and the brand-new 38-hour disc set has brought some of them out of the woodwork.  In this episode of Full Circle Analog, Brad covers the bands that we never saw. Those musicians who weren't featured in the movie or the original tapes, and why. Some declined, some weren't even asked. But the fact is, the world forgot about them. Learn about who these bands were from Brad.  Find us at Or at our website:
September 12, 2019
Concerts, Cover Bands, and Classic Cars: An Interview with George Sardeson: Part 2
Happy September, everyone! This episode of Full Circle Analog sees the second part of our interview with friend and community leader George. George has seen a lot of bands in his time, and has been all over the Southern California music scene. We talk about the records he's listened to and our favorite bands of the late 20th century.  We also talk more about what George does in the Redlands/Yucaipa area to celebrate classic cars with his Car Club: Past Pleasures Car Club! They have regular events and often showcase at local festivals! If you want to sign up for the club, or just check out when their next event is, go ahead and head on over to while you're listening!  This is the final episode of this interview, and we hope to have George back soon! If you have experience in the SoCal music industry and would like to be interviewed on the podcast, shoot us an email at Make sure to reference the podcast in the Subject line, and let us know who you are! 
September 05, 2019
What Was Your Musical Awakening Moment? An Interview with George Sardeson: Part 1
This week on Full Circle Analog we sat down with friend and community leader, George. George grew up in El Monte, and was a quintessential part of the California Music scene from the 60's onward. Having fallen in love with The Beach Boys at a young age, we discuss first bands and Musical Awakening Moments that we experienced watching Rock-N-Roll evolve.  George is a Board Member of the Past Pleasures Car Club, a group that celebrates classic cars here in Southern California; and helped organize many concerts here in the Redlands/Yucaipa/Calimesa area. If you love Classic Cars and want to attend one of their events, you can check out their website: for more information on current and past Car Club events.  This interview is part one of two, and the next half will be up next week! To get notified when that episode is released, make sure to like us on Facebook at 
August 29, 2019
Footing With Bill: The Spur of the Moment & Surprise Concerts - Part 2
"Are you busy tonight?" "Well... no?"  "I've got an extra ticket if you're interested."  Some of the greatest stories in our lives start with this interaction. For Bill and Brad, this was no different. In the conclusion to our first interview  Bill & Brad talk about their more spontaneous concert experiences, full of their crazy antics and unexpected turns for the worse and better. So, what are you doing tonight? 
August 21, 2019
Footing With Bill, From San Bernardino to Portland, Oregon - Part #1
Today I sat down with my friend & San Bernardino local Bill to chat about the history of Rock Music, the Swing Auditorium, and so much more. This episode is the first in what will be a long series of interviews with SoCal locals, talking about their history with the county and all of the events it had to offer. I really enjoyed this conversation with my friend Bill, and hope you do too! See you next week for Part 2 of this interview. 
August 15, 2019
The Fab Four, Live in Concert!
This past week Brad & Alec went to a concert of a big-time cover band: The Fab Four. These four gentlemen cover more than just The Beatles' songs. Donning era-accurate costumes, travelling with an Ed Sullivan impersonator, and changing costumes to fit each album chronologically, this group brings much more to the table than just music.  The first half of the podcast sees Brad talking about his experience with cover bands, as well as what he enjoyed about the sixties and in the second half of the podcast Brad & Alec talk about their experiences at the concert, and sharing some thoughts of the music. 
July 31, 2019
Live Aid: 35 Years Later
Boy George of Culture Club, as well as many others, performed "Do They Know It's Christmas" in one of the first iterations of Music as a voice for the voiceless. Later on, Sir Bob Geldof & "Midge" Ure came together 14 years after the Concert for Bangladesh to reprise Music's role in fighting suffering across the world.  Live Aid in 1985 was a megaconcert consisting of Elton John, Santana, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Queen, and so many more.  In this week's episode, Brad recounts the concert in tandem with a number of posts on our Facebook page portraying the various artists and sets that were performed at the show. 
July 22, 2019
The Record Store
Every music enthusiast had one, there's a whole day dedicated to them, and they're slowly making a resurgence. What am I talking about? The Record Store, of course!  The staple of most people's childhood was getting your allowance and running into the store with the long wooden racks full of the newest LPs. Most record stores had a unique "gimmick" or other defining feature.  Tune in to this episode, where Brad talks about his favorite record store, Levels which existed in Whittier California throughout his childhood and early adulthood. 
July 22, 2019
FM Radio through Today
In this week's episode, Brad talks about his long, loving history with FM Radio and all of the things it's meant to him throughout his life. We also have a new Intro and Outro, so check it out!  
July 11, 2019
A Little More Personal
 Brad's life is much like many. College panned out a little differently than expected, but a thriving business passed down by his future-wife's family kept him afloat while trying to find his way in the world. Eventually leading him to start a business of his own after being a victim of the economic crash of 2008. This business has echoes of all of the things that Brad wanted to do in college and life in general. You'd be surprised how much you learn about people when they bring your their old analog technology... This episode features Brad alone, talking in-depth about his history growing in the musical renaissance of the 1960's, and how that affected who he is today. Get to know Brad a lot better by tuning in to this week's podcast episode.
July 03, 2019
Rocketman: Musings of Rock in the Modern Age; Plus a Review of the Movie From Brad & Alec!
 This week on Full Circle Analog Brad muses for a while about the history of Rock-n-Roll music, as well as its place in the modern world in advertisements. He also covers the recent biopics (movies that are like documentaries) revolving around famous musicians such as Elton John, Queen, and others.  After this, Brad and Alec sat down to record a review of the movie Rocketman, which is the currently premiering biopic of Elton John. They cover the movie (with some tiny spoilers) and both give their rating! The review begins at 13:53 if you would like to skip right to it. *A quick note: the general consensus from us is that you should not take children to see Rocketman. It contains some heavy adult themes that aren't suitable for young audiences. 
June 25, 2019
Analog Recollections of Record Stores, The Beatles, & More...
Episode 1  This first episode is just me sitting down in front of the mic and chatting about my history in the 60s and beyond. I'm starting off short and sweet in order to get a feel for running a podcast, as well as to ease you in to this new format.
June 19, 2019