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This Day in Music Radio

English, Music, 1 seasons, 15 episodes, 5 hours 47 minutes
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Pop music is considered to be a reflection of changing youth culture and politics. Revealing trends, attitudes and social awareness it is a barometer of the times. From Elvis to Beatlemania, punk to hip hop and all points in between, it releases our emotions and takes us to another conscience state. When radio entered in to our lives in the early 19th century, it changed everything. Broadcasting the sounds of the era to the masses, we could all access and share the tales of how music changed us. Here are the stories of how it was made, consumed and adored. Take a trip and listen/download the history of music as told by the most influential artist of all time with Pete Mitchell. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisdayinmusic (https://www.facebook.com/thisdayinmusic)
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OMD - Q&A at The Cavern, Liverpool

Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys from OMD talk to Virgin Radio's Pete Mitchell about their new book Pretending To See The Future and their 40-year career during a Q&A at The Cavern in Liverpool in December 2018.
22/01/201956 minutes 31 seconds
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Bob Dylan - The Day I Was There

Neil Cossar talks to Janice Forsyth from BBC Radio Scotland about his latest book Bob Dylan - The Day I Was There.
13/06/201811 minutes 53 seconds
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R.E.M - Automatic For The People: part III

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Automatic For The People, Pete Mitchell talks to Michael Stipe about the history of the band and the years leading up to the release of this classic album.
23/12/201722 minutes 13 seconds
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R.E.M - Automatic For The People: part II

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Automatic For The People, Pete Mitchell talks to Michael Stipe about the history of the band and the years leading up to the release of this classic album.
15/12/201715 minutes 51 seconds
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R.E.M - Automatic For The People: part I

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Automatic For The People, Pete Mitchell talks to Michael Stipe about the history of the band and the years leading up to the release of this classic album.
02/12/201718 minutes 41 seconds
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Staying Alive: The Disco Inferno of the Bee Gees.

In the late 70s the group spectacularly revived their careers with the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever. Find out how three brothers from Manchester became the biggest group in the World.
30/11/201746 minutes 53 seconds
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Vanilla Fudge - Part III

The band celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2017 with a sell out tour along with an appearance on the Jimmy Fallon show.
03/03/201727 minutes 19 seconds
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Vanilla Fudge: Part 2

The story of Carmine Appice and the band that influenced a generation of musicians.
27/02/201721 minutes 3 seconds
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Vanilla Fudge : Part I

The story of the group that bridged the gap between psychedelia and heavy rock. Drummer Carmine Appice of the band was much admired by John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, and they would later appear live together.
23/02/201719 minutes 49 seconds
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The Rolling Stones in Mono: part III

Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Gerard Mankowitz (Stones photographer), Youth, Andrew Loog Oldham, Carmine Appice, Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode), Johnny Marr, Tim Burgess, (The Charlatans), Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots) and Florence Welch, all talk about The Stones recordings and influence in the late 60's.
28/11/201621 minutes 41 seconds
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The Rolling Stones in Mono: part II

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Andrew Loog Oldham, Johnny Marr, Bob Geldof, Neil Finn, (Crowded House), Tim Burgess, (The Charlatans), Harvey Kubernick (writer of Stones sleeve notes), and singer songwriter Beth Orton all talk about the impact and influence of The Rolling Stones studio recordings during the 60's.
21/11/201625 minutes 42 seconds
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The Rolling Stones in Mono: part I

To celebrate the release of this extraordinary box set, we look at the world's greatest rock and roll band and their prolific recordings.
13/11/201625 minutes 47 seconds
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Reach Out: The story of The Four Tops, Motown's biggest selling all male group - part I

From Detroit, Michigan, The Four Tops helped to define the city's Motown sound of the 1960s, establishing the Motown Sound around the world during the 1960s.
17/06/201610 minutes 26 seconds
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Reach Out: The story of The Four Tops, Motown's biggest selling all male group - part II

From Detroit, Michigan, The Four Tops helped to define the city's Motown sound of the 1960s, establishing the Motown Sound around the world during the 1960s.
17/06/201612 minutes 44 seconds
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Reach Out: The story of The Four Tops, Motown's biggest selling all male group - part III

From Detroit, Michigan, The Four Tops helped to define the city's Motown sound of the 1960s, establishing the Motown Sound around the world during the 1960s.
17/06/201610 minutes 29 seconds