I share some exiting news in this episode, plus play a wide mix of music from 90s Alternative to 60s Soul.
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In this week’s Marot Memo, I discuss the book The Power of Meaning by Emily Smith. The book is terrific – here’s a link if you want to purchase or read a sample.
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More Rock ‘n Soul for your listening pleasure, plus this week’s features include Connecticut’s role in ending the shutdown, this week’s birthdays and events of note, and a tribute to NYT columnist and author, Russell Baker in the Marot Memo.
My my, this is starting to sound like a ‘real’ radio show! Great rock and soul, old and new, plus news from around New England, This Week in History (with some special rock and soul birthdays) and a Marot Memo. (But mostly, it’s good music).
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Merry Christmas Everyone! Please enjoy this selection of soul, Motown, and classic Christmas songs as we head into the New Year. I hope you’ll be celebrating with friends and family. Once the festivities are over, I’ll be working hard on Radio Free New England, making some updates, and preparing some exciting additions to RFNE for 2019.
This week marks the sad loss of Henry, our much-loved Border Collie. You’ll hear stories about his life, and music from artists who also left us too soon – from Otis Redding to Sharon Jones and Buddy Holly.
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This week features a track fresh from Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats’ latest album, Tearing Apart at the Seams, plus our first Phil Spector Christmas song of the season, a track from The Budos Band, and more.