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Anatomy of THE Groove: “B’wana She No Home” by The Carpenters
Karen Carpenter remembered with The Carpenter's 1977 groovier breakthrough courtesy of Michael Franks! The late Karen Carpenter and her brother Richard dominated the early 70’s pop charts and radio. And were a duo who helped define what we now know as the easy listening sub genre. As such,The …
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Online Beautiful Music/Easy Listening Tribute Radio Station in Pensacola, FL at 94.1 FM, from late 1950s to 1992, went to vocal only easy listening format until September 1997 and then it became Today's Soft Rock 94.1 www.softrock941.com
Surf Music, Bossa Nova, Exotica, Space-Age Bachelor Pad, Jazz, Soft-Psych, Sunshine Pop, Wall of Sound, Latin, Go-Go, and Film & TV music of the past 50 years are expertly distilled and blended in order to concoct the “highly intoxicating and sometimes hallucinatory” LuxuriaMusic Sound. Somehow, in this context, it all makes sense.