I decided to start this blog because I feel like I have a decent collection of music that some people might not know about and might enjoy reading about. I've amassed a pretty good sized CD collection over the years and generally love spreading the word about what I've been listening to, and the music that I love. I think it's mostly going to be about CD's with a little bit of vinyl sprinkled in. I hope you dig it, and please let me know what you think.
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1/26/11- Snow Day Dance Party We had an insane snow storm that day and school was canceled so I figured everyone would be partying that night since they wouldn't have to go to class in the morning. Therefore, the theme of the night was my idea of a great dance party mix.
2/9/11- Cover Songs I love covers. For this show I put together a set of Beatles covers, Rolling Stones covers and Motown covers. I also played 5-7 versions each of three of my favorite songs: Louie Louie, Fever, and Surfin' Bird.
April '11- Salute to Brian Eno Eno is a genius and everyone should know that. I took this opportunity to play an hour's worth of Eno stuff. From Roxy Music, to his solo stuff, to Devo, to John Cale, to James Chance.
My name is James. I play trombone and I've grown up surrounded by music. I worked at a local indie record store, The Sound Station, I manage the Ramapo College radio station, and I've been in playing in bands since I was 14.