Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 82

At this point in the game, Bob and Ron have absolutely found their groove (pun intended), and you can not only see it in their choice of cuts but hear it in the on-air dialogue. Episode 82 has a couple of sub-themes running; it’s the end of summer, so of course, the kids are going back to school. Bob and Ron give us some tasty … Continue reading Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 82

Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 77

As Bob says in the opening, this episode is a “mixed bag” of funk and psychedelic gems from the deepest grooves of vinyl. Focused on the music of Spirit—dedicated to the passing of original keyboardist John Locke—Episode 77 contains an unusual abundance of outright obscure and unheard of bands and records. Which is what Bob and Ron’s Record Club is all about. Continue reading Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 77

Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 76

Episode 76 is so good there’s not that much to say about it except LISTEN TO IT RIGHT NOW. Mainly dedicated to Love and Arthur Lee (who had just passed away), the show also features mind-bending tracks from 10cc, Caravan, Teenage Opera, Manassas, Gandalf, Tomorrow, Potter St. Cloud and of course, Humble Pie. There are shout-outs to loyal fans, [G.W. Douglas and Lisa], call-ins from … Continue reading Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 76

Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 47

Superlative new Radio Archive – Episode 47 featuring vintage two hours of Bob and Ron cuts from the archive. The sets are shorter and the recap sections longer as Bob and Ron stretch their on-air legs with listener calls and extended discussions about everything from Q Magazine’s Best Albums of All-Time to their early days playing Christmas music on the Steve Dahl show. In keeping … Continue reading Bob and Ron’s Record Club Radio Archive – Episode 47

Thank You, Santa: Bob and Ron’s Record Club Comes to BSM

Underground stream of consciousness radio. From prog to psych to bubblegum to pop. This is what radio used to be like in the late 1960s and early 70s. Or at least this is how Bob and Ron’s Record Club has envisioned it. The legendary rock and roll duo that “defined high radio” in Chicago on WCKG 105.9 FM is back! Bob and Ron’s Record Club … Continue reading Thank You, Santa: Bob and Ron’s Record Club Comes to BSM