DJ and musicologist Greg Caz returns to the show to give bassist and vocalist Michael Henderson his due. As we discuss the disparity between Henderson's early avant-garde work with Miles Davis and his later R&B solo records such as Goin' Places, we discover that the two phases have more in common than one might think.  

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Musician Chris Brokaw stops by with a copy of Chester & Lester, the first collaboration between guitar virtuosos Chet Atkins and Les Paul. As we look at the careers of both artists, we also illustrate the importance of this unique pairing of two towering figures.  

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Co-host Peter tells the tale of the Crusaders, the unsung backbone of popular music for nearly two decades. Meanwhile, co-host Jeremy converts to smooth jazz, or rather, jazz-funk.  

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Co-host Jeremy takes us on a trip into the world of a blossoming Graham Nash. On his debut solo album, we find the singer-songwriter maturing both personally and politically at the height of his success.  

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Our good buddy Jake Watkins drops in to get hyped with the crew on this choice selection from the catalog of pop rock masters Daryl Hall & John Oates—Private Eyes. We offer many reasons as to why they are one of the greatest duos in history.    

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Radio DJ & music supervisor Taylor Rowley joins us again to explore this release from thespian Richard Harris and his interpretations of songwriting master Jimmy Webb's unique pieces of music.  

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June 8, 2021

Chico Buarque - S/T

Co-host Jeremy dips his toes into Brazilian music with the iconic Chico Buarque and finds out the water is warm and nice.  

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Co-host Sean brings a late-era album from "the greatest American composer." Ellington Indigos finds Duke Ellington at an upswing in his career and might surprise those more familiar with his Big Band work.  

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Guest host Leaura Hoss joins us to reveal what is on those Melba Moore records you've skipped over in so many dollar bins. Discover this powerful voice in that powerful suit on this powerful episode. 

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Co-host Jeremy brings the hallmark album from the biggest live music performer that no one has ever heard of—Jean-Michel Jarre—a synth music gem that can still be found in the dollar bins.  

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