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|Ram special on the radio this wednesday|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Monday, 05/21/12 6:52 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
This Wednesday night Ken Michaels weekly radio show "Every Little Thing" will celebrate the release of the new remaster for Paul and Linda McCartney's Ram album by featuring an hour of music from the album, mixed with bonus tracks and material from the deluxe edition, along with an interview with Denny Seiwell, the drummer in the first lineup of Wings who began his relationship with Paul McCartney when he drummed on the Ram album.
About the Ram remaster Ken says, "It's the best I've ever heard the album. And I especially love the bonus tracks. It's been my experience that most Beatlefans I talk to are more passionate about the Ram album than most of Paul's solo-works. Many think it is his best album. To me, Paul's released great albums through all the decades, and Ram is certainly one of his best. It's arguably his best vocal album. For powerful, ballsy, screaming vocals, you don't get much better than Monkberry Moon Delight."
Ken will be spotlighting music from Ram and giving away copies of the Special Edition CD on both the live show on WNHU and his website for the next several weeks. Ken just celebrated his 30th Anniversary hosting radio programs on the Beatles, and, in addition to the live broadcast on WNHU, "Every Little Thing" is now syndicated as a one-hour show on 16 other radio stations.
The special Ram edition of "Every Little Thing" will be broadcast 8-10pm (est) on 88.7 WNHU, West Haven, CT, and can be streamed at www.wnhu.net. For more info, check out Ken's website at www.kenmichaelsradio.com.
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