Radio Memphis is an internet radio station that is the home of independent music across all genres from the Memphis and Mid-South area. We air music and shows focused on Rock, Blues, Metal, Progressive Rock & Acoustic Rock. Visit now to listen to one of our live shows or browse our podcast library of past episodes. Radio Memphis Progtime host Phil Berger (our man on the street) managed to weasel his way backstage in Nashville for a conversation with Corey Glover. This was after a performance for A Bowie Celebration. The show stopped at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on 14 March, 2019. Phil caught up with Corey to talk about Progtime Interviews The Neal Morse Band. Phil Berger caught up with The Neal Morse Band in St. Louis, Missouri as they cruise through their current world tour. Their new album is out now and this tour celebrates it’s release.
We're playing at Connor Byrne in Ballard this Friday, November 24. Graig Markel and the 88th Street Band are opening, MRK in the middle, and Pineola headlining. It's going to be an amazing night of music.
The Memphis Album is a cover album of Memphis soul songs by Australian singer Guy Sebastian released in Australia by Sony Music on 10 November 2007. The album was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis with Steve Cropper, Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Steve Potts (. s), and Lester Snell. s were the Stax studio band who played on many of the original versions of the songs Sebastian recorded on the album.
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The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.
Memphis the Band's albums. Last of the Cadillac Days. Memphis the Band - Take It Uptown Last of the Cadillac Days, 2003 04:20. Memphis the Band - I Feel Bad Radio, 2006 03:57. Memphis the Band - The Ways Radio, 2006 06:23. Memphis the Band - Wasted Radio, 2006 01:56. Memphis the Band - Stories Last of the Cadillac Days, 2003 02:55.
The Memphis Jug Band accompanied Memphis Minnie on two sides for Victor Records in 1930, one of her first recording sessions. The large membership pool gave the Memphis Jug Band the flexibility to play a mixture of ballads, dance tunes, knock-about novelty numbers, and blues. The group recorded under several names for various record labels: the Picaninny Jug Band, the Memphis Sanctified Singers, the Carolina Peanut Boys, the Dallas Jug Band, the Memphis Sheiks and the. Twenty-eight of the group's commercial recordings from 1927 to 1934 were reissued by Yazoo Records in 1980 on the double album Memphis Jug Band. It was reissued in 1991 on CD with a reduced and reprogrammed 23-track listing.
CreditsMemphis the Band - Primary Artist
|1||Stretched out for Miles||Memphis the Band||3:47|
|2||Dead Man's Curve||Memphis the Band||5:57|
|3||Ballad of Whatever||Memphis the Band||3:46|
|4||Down||Memphis the Band||5:45|
|5||$12 Madness||Memphis the Band||3:31|
|6||Never||Memphis the Band||5:19|
|7||July Third||Memphis the Band||3:52|
|8||Sleeping Pills||Memphis the Band||2:30|
|9||I Feel Bad||Memphis the Band||3:57|
|10||The Island||Memphis the Band||3:36|
|11||The Ways||Memphis the Band||6:23|
|12||Wasted||Memphis the Band||1:56|