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Author Archives: Bob Mason
A birthday present from my best friend, a ‘portable’ radio – the Eton Microlink FR160 Solar-powered radio, with emergency crank power and an American Red Cross sticker of approval – arrived in my life, six weeks ago and has become … finish reading How the Eton Microlink Solar Powered American Red Cross stickered radio changed my life
NPR asked its jazz listeners to rate their favorite songs, and gleaned from those responses a list of the top ten Jazz songs of all time. What is interesting about the lists is not that they can establish what is “best,” whatever … finish reading NPR’s top ten jazz songs (and mine)
Susie Rotolo, Bob Dylan’s lover in the early sixties, died last month, and NPR recently played an excerpt from a 2008 interview with her. I was very moved by the interview, and felt that it gave me a startling and … finish reading Suze Rotolo, Bob Dylan, and the Woman Question: The Virtues of Thinking Twice
If you think the above title is long, here’s the one I suggested to Radio Survivor’s editors: Dr. Michael LeNoir tries to have an intelligent discussion of Health Reform on the KPFA airwaves, and is mercilessly pummeled: A Case Study … finish reading Trying to have an intelligent discussion about health care on KPFA (and not succeeding)
I don’t listen to the radio much anymore, because there’s nothing on that I can count on either enjoying or finding interesting. And so far as the Internet can create your own channel services, like Pandora or Slacker, they seem … finish reading Shirley and Spinoza Radio saves listener from deep funk, at least for now