|Posted by Chris Dillon on 3/20/2013 9:33:00 AM.|
Imagine it's 1987 again . . . and you're grooving to the new PINK FLOYD single "Learning to Fly".
But instead of DAVID GILMOUR'S guitar solo . . . a beat drops, and David busts out a RAP about flying or something.
--Sounds like a HORRIBLE idea right? Well, it almost happened.
--BOB EZRIN co-wrote the song and co-produced the "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" album with David. He was ALL ABOUT the hip-hop craze that was going on in the mid-'80s, and suggested that they incorporate a rap break into the song.
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|Posted by Chris Dillon on 3/19/2013 10:03:00 AM.|
So, got your March Madness brackets filled out?
If you have no idea what that means you'll identify with the "Top Reasons You Don't Care About March Madness".
|Posted by Dan O'Brien on 3/18/2013 2:28:00 PM.|
|Make sure youre listening Saturday March 23rd at 8am as we kickoff our brand new feature Breakfast With The Beatles hosted by yours truly.We will be featuring the landmark LP Rubber Soul, one of the most important records in the history of contemporary music and the album that was a launching pad for the entire Progressive Rock movement!..Make plans to join us Saturday March 23rd at 8am for Breakfast With The Beatles(we will bring the maple syrup) exclusively on 98.7 WNLC......Dan O Brien..|
|Posted by Chris Dillon on 3/18/2013 6:59:00 AM.|
A Weatherman Wished a Happy Birthday to "Hugh Janus" . . . Then Couldn't Stop Laughing When He Realized It Was a Prank
If you haven't seen it yet, a weatherman in L.A. named Henry DiCarlo
fell for the oldest prank in the book last week. He was reading
birthday messages submitted by viewers on Wednesday.
--And one of them was for a 10-year-old kid with the first name "Hugh" and the last name "Janus". At first, DiCarlo didn't realize it was a prank. But once he did, he couldn't stop laughing.
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