Audio by year 2018

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


52:36 minutes (48.16 MB)

# 243: 2017: It Was a VERY BAD Year


58:59 minutes (54 MB)

The World Party - Show 142 (January 9, 2018)


59:05 minutes (110.63 MB)

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 9 (January 8, 2018)


58:07 minutes (108.69 MB)

# 244: 1978: Music & Headlines


2:00:52 minutes (110.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music and headlines from 1978.

HEADLINES:
Coming Soon

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Washington Bullets
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
MLB: New York Yankees
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys
FIFA: Argentina (who also hosted the FIFA World Cup)
NCAA Basketball: Kentucky Wildcats
NCAA Football: Alabama Crimson Tide (Associated Press) & USC Trojans (UPI and Football Writers of America)
Masters/U.S. Open: Jack Nicklaus
Big Ten Football: Michigan (Rose Bowl rep) & Michigan State

COLUMBUS in 1978:
- A Blizzard sweeps through Ohio in January with blinding snow drifts, shutting down the state for days.
- Governor Rhodes is re-elected.
- Columbus City Schools are desegregated following the 1977 Ohio Supreme Court ruling by Judge Robert M. Duncan.
- Columbus Alternative High School opens its doors.

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS:
State Girls Basketball: Bishop Hartley Lady Hawks
State Football, Class A: Newark Catholic Green Wave

TONY AWARDS (Broadcast on CBS for the first time ever):
Best Musical: Ain't Misbehavin'
Best Play: Da (by Hugh Leonard)

EMMY AWARDS:
Best Comedy Series: All in the Family (CBS); Record eighth consecutive win in this category for CBS
Best Drama Series: The Rockford Files (NBC)
Best Limited Series: Holocaust (NBC)
Best Variety Series: The Muppet Show (Syndicated)
Best Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Best Drama/Comedy Special: The Gathering (ABC)
Best Game/Audience Participation Show: The Hollywood Squares (NBC)
Best Children's Series: Captain Kangaroo (Entertainment; CBS), Schoolhouse Rock! (Instructional; ABC), and Animals! Animals! Animals! (Informational; ABC)
Best Talk Show: Donahue (Syndicated)
Best Actor, Comedy: Carroll O'Connor, All in the Family (CBS)
Best Actor, Drama: Ed Asner, Lou Grant (CBS)
Best Actor, Daytime: James Pritchett, The Doctors (NBC)
Best Actor, Special: Fred Astaire, A Family Upside Down (NBC)
Best Actor, Limited Series: Michael Moriarty, Holocaust (NBC)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


54:29 minutes (49.88 MB)

# 246: Showtunes of Love This Valentine's Day


59:45 minutes (54.71 MB)

Tonight on the show, love songs from Broadway musicals, including Fiddler on the Roof, Rent, 1776, Company, Grease, Pippin, the 1971 revival of No, No, Nanette, plus songs from recent revivals of The King & I and Hair.

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 10 (February 12, 2018)


58:14 minutes (100.1 MB)

Tim Blender, Studio Manifesto, Professor Jake - Turn It Up 2018-02-11


2:00:23 minutes (275.55 MB)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


57:08 minutes (78.47 MB)

# 248: Three Billboards Outside of Our Opportunity City


59:15 minutes (54.26 MB)

Tonight on the show, who will win Best Picture: Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri or The Shape of Water? Plus, where to watch the Oscars on the Big Screen (plus a Marathon of the Best Picture Nominees).

Plus, commentary on Louisville vacating the 2013 National Championship, and whether or not Michigan should be crowned 2013 "Honorary" National Champions in the NCAA Tournament.

In the Weekend Warrior, 30 Years of the Arnold (Sports Festival), plus the State of the City (Part V), the Gahanna State of the City, Off the Grid, the Experience Columbus Annual Meeting, and St. Patrick's Day in Downtown Columbus and Historic Downtown Dublin.

DJBC OSCAR PICKS:
Best Picture: Three Billboards...
Best Director: Guillermo Del Toro, The Shape of Water
Best Actor: Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour
Best Actress: Frances McDormand, Three Billboards...
Best Supporting Actor: Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards...
Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney, I, Tonya
Best Original Screenplay: Jordan Peele, Get Out
Best Adapted Screenplay: James Ivory, Call Me By Your Name
Best Foreign Language Film: The Insult (Lebanon)
Best Animated Feature: Coco
Best Original Song: "Remember Me", Coco (Music & Lyrics by Robert Lopez & Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the couple behind "Let It Go" from Frozen)

DJBC RAZZIE PICKS:
Worst Picture: Transformers: The Last Knight
Worst Director: Tony Leonidis, The Emoji Movie
Worst Actor: Tom Cruise, The Mummy
Worst Actress: Katherine Heigl, Unforgettable
Worst Supporting Actor: Mel Gibson, Daddy's Home 2
Worst Supporting Actress: Laura Haddock, Transformers: The Last Knight
Worst Screen Combo: Any TWO Sex Positions, Characters, or Sex Toys, Fifty Shades Darker
Worst Remake/Rip-Off/Sequel: Baywatch
Worst Screenplay: Baywatch

OSCAR PARTIES AROUND TOWN:
DREXEL: 6:30PM at Drexel Theatre, 2250 E. Main St. (Bexley)
GATEWAY: 7PM at Gateway Film Center, 1550 N. High St. (University District)

The World Party - Show 143 (February 27, 2018)


57:28 minutes (104.9 MB)

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 11 (March 5, 2018)


59:31 minutes (115.99 MB)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


56:36 minutes (77.73 MB)

Future Sabotage - Episode 4 - Space Mines


1:00:24 minutes (73.57 MB)

# 249: March Madness, Columbus Style


59:37 minutes (54.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, things happening around town, from the Upper Arlington Centennial Celebration, to the NCAA Women's Final Four. Plus, where did BOTH Ohio and Michigan end up in the NCAA Tournament?

KEY EVENTS AROUND TOWN:
- Upper Arlington Centennial Birthday (3:30-6:30PM; Tuesday March 20; Upper Arlington Public Library MAIN Branch & Northam Park: 2800 Tremont Rd. & 2070 Northam Rd., Upper Arlington; http://www.uaoh.net; COTA: Lines 3 & 13)
- NCAA Women's Final Four (March 29-April 1; Columbus)
- Kick Butt Columbus (March 24; Starts/Ends at Wolfe Park: 105 Park Drive, "Near" East Side)
- Shamrock Club St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 17; Starts at St. Patrick Church and ends at Greater Columbus Convention Center, Downtown Columbus)

Columbus Youth Boxing . . . In the Footsteps of Legends . . .

Big Barking Dog Alternative Radio salutes Columbus Youth Boxing. Sincere thanks to the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department for all their good work in our community. This afternoon we offer interviews from the Barack Recreation Center intercut with musical conversations with the late, great Muhammad Ali. We also congratulate the 2018 Columbus Boxing Legends including: Tony Cupe, Bill Dynamite Douglas, William C. Hodge, John Johnson, Hilmer Kenty, Steven U. Scarver, Troy Speakman, John Summerall, Edward Williams, Lee Williams and Forest Winchester. Opening Track is "Ready for the Fight" by The Young Punx. Closing song is "Take Care of Business" by Nina Simone.

59:53 minutes (82.25 MB)

# 250: 1988: Music and Headlines


1:59:22 minutes (109.3 MB)

1988 is where the time machine is headed tonight. Songs from Michael Jackson, Terence Trent D'Arby, Robert Palmer, Taylor Dayne, Carly Simon, and The Phantom of the Opera.

COLUMBUS in 1988:
- The Saga of Wexley Continues...
- John Cooper becomes the Head Coach of the Ohio State Football Buckeyes, leading them to a 4-6-1 season.

CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers
World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins
AFC: Cincinnati Bengals
NFC: San Francisco 49ers
Heisman Trophy: Barry Sanders, OSU
College Basketball: Kansas
College Football: Notre Dame
The Masters: Curtis Strange
High School Basketball: Wehrle (Boys, Division IV) and Upper Arlington (Girls, Division I)
High School Baseball: Bishop Watterson (Division II) and Newark Catholic (Division III)
The Game/Big Ten: Michigan

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: The Wonder Years (ABC)
Drama Series: thirtysomething (ABC)
Soap: Santa Barbara (NBC)

OSCARS (for 1987 films):
Best Picture: The Last Emperor

TONYS:
Best Musical: Into the Woods The Phantom of the Opera

LINKS:
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1988.html
http://www.liketotally80s.com/2007/08/80s-capsules-1988/
http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1988.html
https://www.topendsports.com/world/timeline/1988.htm

The World Party - Show 144 (April 3, 2018)


58:23 minutes (79.41 MB)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - Progressive Mood Music


56:22 minutes (77.41 MB)

# 251: We Almost Had It All


58:37 minutes (53.67 MB)

Tonight on the show, events around town, a look back at March Madness, a look back on the legacy of Dr. King, and as part of National Volunteer Week/Month, why volunteer? Tonight on the show.

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 12 (April 16, 2018)


59:03 minutes (79.93 MB)

# 252 - When It Spring Games, It Pours...NOT!


59:42 minutes (54.66 MB)

# 253 - Restart Is The Name of This Game


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - Progressive Mood Music - D. Austin


56:02 minutes (76.94 MB)

The World Party - Show 145 (May 8, 2018)


59:20 minutes (100.93 MB)

# 256: 1954: Music and Headlines


59:56 minutes (54.88 MB)

1954....
McCarthyism reaches its boiling point.
The Vietnam War begins.
Brown vs. Board of Education.

At home, The Ohio State won the National Championship in College Football. The Cleveland Browns were NFL Champions.

Rock and roll was born.

# 257: Summer in the CBus 2018: Supersized Edition


1:33:20 minutes (85.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, a preview of summer in the Capital City. There's so much to do in so little time between now and the end of September.

Summer Calendar: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/174016886597/2018-summer-events-ca...

# 258: The Ed Sullivan Show


1:00:02 minutes (54.97 MB)

Tonight, a stand alone tribute to the Ed Sullivan Show, guest hosted by Ed Sullivan himself, with songs that were made famous during his 23 year run on Sunday nights on CBS.

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 13 (May 28, 2018)


58:25 minutes (109.96 MB)

# 259 - 1963: Music and Headlines


2:00:10 minutes (110.02 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're going back to 1963, which was a very turbulent year here at home. President Kennedy was assassinated. Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington. The Vietnam War starts to heat up. A woman goes into space.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Boston Celtics
NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs
World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers
NFL: Chicago Bears
AFL: San Diego Chargers
College Football: Texas
College Basketball: Loyola of Chicago (yup)
Big Ten Football: Illinois
Master's: Jack Nicklaus (first-ever major golf win for Nicklaus)
Ohio High School Basketball: Columbus East High Tigers

TONYS:
Play: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Musical: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum

EMMYS:
Comedy: The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)
Drama: The Defenders (CBS)
Program of the Year: The Tunnel - NBC News (NBC)

LINKS:
1963, The Year The Beatles Found Their Voice: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2013/06/the-year-the-beatle...
The World in 1963: https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2013/02/50-years-ago-the-world-in-1963...
Sports in 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/sports.html
Arts & Entertainment in 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/ae63.html
(More) Headlines from 1963: http://www.angelfire.com/az2/classof63/headlinesof63.html
The People's History, 1963: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1963.html
(Yet More) Headlines from 1963: http://www.the60sofficialsite.com/The_Headlines_of_1963.html

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


57:12 minutes (78.56 MB)

2018 WCRS Comfest Preview


29:39 minutes (27.16 MB)

This 30-minute special is a preview of the 2018 Community Festival (or Comfest), June 22-24 at Goodale Park.

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 14 (June 25, 2018)

Hidden Hits Hour with DJ Rolly Pagniano Mondays 7AM - 8AM on 92.7-FM WCRS Wake up to BEST Music in the morning on the Hidden Hits Hour! Hit music from the past 4 decades that you haven't heard on mainstream radio in a long time (that's why they're "hidden"), including current music that hasn't made it to mainstream radio yet. Turn up the volume on your clock radio and wake up to THE BEST MUSIC IN THE MORNING on WCRS.

57:24 minutes (108.71 MB)

Hidden Hits Hour with DJ Rolly Pagniano
Mondays 7AM - 8AM on 92.7-FM WCRS

Wake up to BEST Music in the morning on the Hidden Hits Hour! Hit music from the past 4 decades that you haven't heard on mainstream radio in a long time (that's why they're "hidden"), including current music that hasn't made it to mainstream radio yet. Turn up the volume on your clock radio and wake up to THE BEST MUSIC IN THE MORNING on WCRS.

Zoe Marat Will Save the Planet . . .

Zoe Marat Will Save the Planet . . . but not today because she's sleeping . . . dedicated to my newborn daughter . . . "Sweet Child of Mine" by Guns and Roses as interpreted by the Vitamin String Quartet, "Games for Girls" by Say Lou Lou and Lindstrom, "Only One" by Kayne West (and Paul McCartney), "Just a Girl" by No Doubt, "Video Games by Lana Del Ray as interpreted by the Vitamin String Quartet, "Isn't She Lovely" and "As" by Stevie Wonder, "Sweet Child of Mind" as interpreted by Taken by Trees, "All the Pretty Girls" by Kaylo, "You Got It" by Roy Orbison and "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" as interpreted by the Chromatics.

58:49 minutes (107.72 MB)

The World Party - Show 146 (July 3, 2018)


56:40 minutes (100.17 MB)

# 261 - The Summer Jam Tour of Historic Homes


59:15 minutes (54.24 MB)

Tonight on the show, The DJBC previews the Olde Towne East Tour of Historic Homes of Franklin Park, which is July 15. And Summer Jam West, July 14 at Westgate Park. Plus, other happenings in July around town.

WCRSFM.org -9th Column - D. Austin


56:41 minutes (77.85 MB)

# 262 - Television Theme Songs of the 1970s


2:02:25 minutes (112.07 MB)

Tonight on the show, television theme songs from the 1970s. Sitcoms, Game Shows, Cop Shows, Variety Shows. We tried to cram them in.

Witches Brew- Episode 6

Reggae

57:02 minutes (130.53 MB)

Track List
1. Althea and Donna- Make A Truce
2. Barbara Jones- Slim Boy
3. Phyllis Dillon- Perfidia
4. Myrna Hague- What About Me
5. Hortense Ellis- Baby Come On
6. Susan Cadogan- Rich Girl
7. Cynthia Richards- I Can't Wait
8. Judy Mowatt- Sisters Chant
9. Jerry Jones- Compared to What
10. Joya Landis- Moonlight Lover
11. Sister Nancy- One Two
12. Jennifer Lara- Consider Me
13. The Gaylettes- Silent River Runs Deep
14. TT Rose- When I Was a Little Girl
15. Yvonne Harrison- Near To You
16. Marcia Griffiths- Green Grasshopper
17. Millie Small- My Love and I

Witches Brew- Episode 7

Jazz

55:28 minutes (126.97 MB)

Track List
1. Vi Redd- Summertime
2. Melba Liston & Randy Weston- Sad Beauty Blues
3. Mary Lou Williams- Koolbonga
4. Nina Simone- Memphis in June
5. Shirley Scott- A Shot in the Dark
6. The Carla Bley Band- Walking Batteriewoman
7. Bobbi Humphrey- The Trip
8. Patty Waters- Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight
9. Alice Coltrane- Atomic Peace
10. Dorothy Ashby- Soul Vibrations
11. Cindy Blackman- The Drums and Me
12. Asha Puthli- Right Down Here
13. Annette Peacock- Gesture Without Plot
14. Marilyn Crispell- For These Walls

JP Marat - K Pop Karma

K pop, aka Korean Pop, encompasses many genres including, Pop music, Asian Alternative, Reggae, Electronica and Rap. Download this show and check out some of the biggest K Pop acts of 2018 . . . most of whom are known throughout the world . . . but not in the USA. Today's bands include: Girls Day, AOA (Ace of Angels), ChoA, Jimin, Girls Generation, Jeon So Yeon, Superbee and AKDong. What does the world know . . . that we don't ? . . . Actually a hell of a lot . . . including the inherent coolness of K Pop.

59:28 minutes (108.9 MB)

The World Party - Show 147 (July 31, 2018)


58:41 minutes (101.46 MB)

The World Party features energetic and eclectic dance and party music from all corners of the globe.

The Hidden Hits Hour - Show 15 (July 30, 2018)


57:59 minutes (100.43 MB)

Great music to start your week and wake up to! Music in the morning with your host Rolly Pagniano on WCRS!

18th Annual Bryan Award Nominations


29:32 minutes (27.04 MB)

# 265 - 1980: Music and Headlines


2:03:26 minutes (113.01 MB)

1980. John Lennon Assassinated. The Miracle on Ice. The Olympic Boycott. The Iran-Iraq War begins. The Hostage Crisis and the Rise of the Reaganites. Who Shot J.R.? Pac-Man. Rubik's Cube. The Screen Actors Guild Strike of 1980. Those were some of the things that took place in 1980 as we transitioned out of the 1970s into the 1980s.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Football: Georgia Bulldogs
NCAA Basketball: Louisville Cardinals
Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers
Stanley Cup: New York Islanders
World Series: Philadelphia Phillies
Big Ten Football: Michigan

ENTERTAINMENT:
- The Screen Actors Guild goes on Strike, leading to a boycott of the Emmy Awards, where only ONE actor (the late Powers Boothe) showed up, and believe it or not, that actor won.
- Who Shot J.R.? brings "Dallas" to cult status. (Spoiler: It was Kristin. Seriously. You've had 38 years.)
- John Lennon is shot to death outside his apartment in New York. News of his death was broken live on Monday Night Football, as fans mourned all over the world.
- Evita dominates the Tony Awards. Best Play Children of a Lesser God and 1981 Tony Winners 42nd Street and Amadeus make their Broadway debuts. 42nd Street director/choreographer Gower Champion passes away on the morning of the show's opening performance.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series: Taxi (ABC)
Drama Series: Lou Grant (CBS)
Limited Series: Edward and Mrs. Simpson (Syndicated)
Drama or Comedy Special: The Miracle Worker (NBC)
Daytime Drama: Guiding Light (CBS)
Actor, Comedy: Richard Mulligan, Soap (ABC)
Actress, Comedy: Cathryn Damon, Soap (ABC)
Actor, Drama: Edward Asner, Lou Grant (CBS)
Actress, Drama: Barbara Bel Geddes, Dallas (CBS)
Actor, Limited Series or Special: Powers Boothe, Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (CBS) - the ONLY Actor to show up to accept their Emmy on Emmy night
Actress, Limited Series or Special: Patty Duke, The Miracle Worker (NBC)

JP Marat - Putting on my Church Clothes

30 minute show. "Stomp" by Kirk Franklin & God's Property, "I'm going to live the life I sing about . . . in my songs" by Mahalia Jackson, "Mary don't you weep" by Arethea Franklin, "Poor Mississippi Boy" by The Canton Spirituals, "Death Have Mercy" by Vera Hall.

28:57 minutes (53.02 MB)

JP Marat - Steely Dan - The Royal Scam

30 minute show. Excerpts from the 1976 Album "The Royal Scam" released by Steely Dan.

28:11 minutes (51.62 MB)

The World Party - Show 148 (August 14, 2018)


59:31 minutes (111.77 MB)

Great party music from around the globe! Travel the world for 60 minutes listening to popular music from 14 different countries. Cool music you'll never hear on any other radio station in Columbus.

JP Marat - Green Grass and High Tides Forever

The Outlaws "Green Grass and High Tides", Dixie Chicks "Wide open spaces", 38 Special "Caught up in you and "Hold on loosely", Dolly Parton "Jolene", Allman Brothers Band "Whipping Post", Carrie Underwood "Before he Cheats", Robbie Fulks "I’ll trade you money for wine" Neil Young "Cowgirl Jams and Ohio."

58:55 minutes (107.9 MB)

The DJBC Happy Half-Hour - August 6, 2018, "Fire Urban Meyer"


29:45 minutes (27.23 MB)

Tonight on the show, The #UrbanScandal, involving Ohio B*ckeye Head Coach Urban Meyer and the fallout from former assistant coach Zach Smith and his ex-wife Courtney Smith's domestic violence situation. Why Urban needs to be fired.

Also, the Special Election in the 12th Congressional District. Why ALL the Nation's Eyes are on Ohio, and why every voter from Clintonville to Cardington, and from Mansfield to Muskingum County needs to take notice.

# 266 - Baldertrump (Or An Urban Scandal)!


59:29 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the show, a recap of the Special Election in the 12th U.S. Congressional District in Ohio (yeah, that one that stretches from the University District to Mansfield, and from Dublin to Zanesville). Plus, brief updates on the #UrbanScandal and #SaveTheCrew. And upcoming events around town.

- TedX Hilliard (August 15; 5:30PM at Hilliard Bradley High School: 2800 Walker Rd., Hilliard)
- Beyonce & Jay-Z OTR II Tour (August 16; Ohio Stadium: 411 Woody Hayes Drive, Ohio Campus)
- Columbus Food Truck Festival (August 17 & 18; Downtown Riverfront)
- St. Vincent Community Picnic (August 17; 3-6PM at St. Vincent Family Centers: 1490 E. Main St., Franklin Park) (Bus - # 2 or 11)
- CrestFest (August 18; 12-9PM; Crestview and Tulane Roads between East and Calumet Streets, Clintonville (Bus - # 2 or 4)
- African Village Festival (August 18; 11AM-7PM; 1275 Bryden Road, Franklin Park) (Bus - # 2 or 11)
- Near East Side Hop (August 19-26; Near East Side) (Bus - # 2, 7, 10, 11, and/or 22)
- 4th Friday (August 24; State Street between Home and Park Streets, Uptown Westerville)
- Grandview Hop (August 25; Grandview Avenue between 1st and 5th Ave.; Grandview Avenue is closed between First and Third Avenues, Grandview/5th by Northwest) (Bus - # 5)
- Harvest Festival (August 25; Kossuth Street Garden: 641 E. Kossuth St. and Ganthers Garden: 573 E. Whittier St., South Side) (Bus - # 4, 5, or 8P)
- Urban Scrawl XII (August 25 & 26; 400 West Rich, Franklinton) (Bus - # 3, 6, or 9)
- The Big Table (August 29; http://www.columbusfoundation.org)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


55:31 minutes (76.24 MB)

The Big Table - to August 29


0:35 minutes (555.14 KB)

JP Marat - Tweeter and the Monkey Man

This 30 minute podcast showcases the work of Tom Petty and his bandmates from The Traveling Wilburys including: Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne.

28:53 minutes (52.89 MB)

JP Marat - The Majestic Aretha Franklin

30 minute reflection on the life and work of Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul.

29:52 minutes (54.7 MB)

# 267 - The Way It Is...


58:24 minutes (53.47 MB)

Tonight on the show...a bunch of stuff.