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Music from the Blue Light

Friday, May 8, 2009

For those who might have additional interest in Music from the Blue Light, here is an excerpt taken from the station's website from a few years back which describes the station.
This is an internet radio station that features all of your favorite original hits from the 40's 50's and 60's.

Those were the days of the crooners, of the divas, of the big bands and orchestras. From Sinatra to Doris Day, from Johnny Mathis to the McGuire Sisters, from Bing Crosby to Gordon Jenkins, they're all here as a part of the internet's largest and most varied playlist of this genre. Additional selections are added frequently.

Those were the days when lyrics really meant something, and when if a new composition were really top notch, it might appear simultaneously on the charts by three or four artists at the same time. If you are old enough to remember, or if like me, you discovered with great wonder the allure and timelessness of these great melodies many years later, then this is the internet radio station for you.

The name "Music from the Blue Light" was taken from the classic KGO radio program of the same name from the early 60's from San Francisco which celebrated what I have come to believe is the greatest music of all time

So sit back and relax and travel back to a more innocent time of bobby socks, 78 RPM records, and maybe even that first kiss.
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posted by John, 4:09 PM


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