On today’s episode of Excellent Reception, we are talking about a group of songs, that even though they may not be the biggest songs of 2018, they has a strong influence on the current musical landscape in their own way.
For today’s show, we are going to talk about the ground breaking nu-jazz/future soul production crew known as Jazzanova. Mainly we are going to focus on one of their most well constructed songs “L.O.V.E and You & I”, which took sampling to a whole new level.
We are continuing our musical world tour in the East Asian country of Japan. We are following the careers of a handful of music artists that draw their personal style from a variety of sources. They take these genres to new heights all while including elements that are uniquely Japanese.
For today’s show, we are just going to focus on one of the most misunderstood and highly underrated soundtracks in music history… Stevie Wonder’s 1979 album “Journey Through The Secret Life of Plants”.
Listen: DOWNLOAD (right click and save as) | Subscribe On this episode, we are continuing our musical world tour down in South America by taking a look at the ever evolving sounds of Brazil. We are focusing on a group of artists who got their start during the late 60’s and early 70’s and made huge contributions to…
On this episode of Excellent Reception, we are talking about a group of songs by artists that take on Western musical influences and combine them with sounds that come from their African musical heritage.
Listen: DOWNLOAD (right click and save as) | Subscribe When it comes to jazz musicians, there are few who have careers that are long and musically adventurous as Herbie Hancock. Herbie’s discography is humongous. Today on Excellent Reception we are talking about the song “Saturday Night” from Herbie Hancock 1980 album “Monster”. This episode focuses…
It would take a long time for me list all of the great musical releases of 2017, but instead I want to talk about a few albums of the past year that you stand out, but you might have missed.
One recent musical release that totally caught me off guard was the collection of carefully crafted musical gems called Royal Blue 3000 by a group from New Zealand called Ladi6.
One of the best songs I’ve ever heard in my entire life is an instrumental slice of cosmic disco called “Rude Movements” from a mysterious band of British musicians know as Sun Palace.
This episode is the start of something new: the One-Off series. In order, to get you more episodes on a regular basis, we’ve decided to give you a few shorter simpler episodes in between our main shows.
On this episode of Excellent Reception, we are going to talk about a song that we actually don’t think is that great but the stories that come from it are pretty amazing. By the end of this episode, you will have a new appreciation for it and the melody will definitely be embedded in your mind for the next few days. We are talking about Rod Stewart’s song “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”.