Showing posts with label Motown. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Motown. Show all posts

Monday, August 29, 2011

Saturday, April 25, 2009

3 Chords & the Truth: Eschew the malodorous

This week's episode of 3 Chords & the Truth reinforces the central premise of this audio endeavor: There are two kinds of music -- good and bad.

The bad, we don't mess with.

And that's all I have to say about that.

WHAT? YOU WANT to hear more about this week's edition of the Big Show? Alrighty, then. . . .

We at 3 Chords & the Truth are firmly committed to the proposition that there's only two kinds of music -- good and bad. The bad is not worth our time or attention.

Can you think of any other ways for me to say it? That's the deal, and it's not particularly long winded or complex. Mainly, there's lots of wonderful music in the world, spanning many genres, and we think you ought to hear as much of it as possible.

There's also a fair amount of crap floating around out there. That, we shun.

But I repeat myself. Again.

THIS WEEK on the Big Show, we get in a Motown state of mind, and we also span a world of tunage across several genres and 66 years . . . all in a single set. And it works.

You'll be enlightened! You'll be amazed! You'll come back for more!

That's because we're not your average radio show -- mainly because we're not on the radio. And because we don't need no stinking convention . . . no stinking preconceived notions about what we can and can't play.

Like I said, there's just two basic rules around here. Good stuff we play. Bad stuff we don't.

Just that simple.

It's 3 Chords & the Truth, y'all. Be there. Aloha.