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John's Old Time Radio Show

By john heneghan

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Description

John Heneghan of Eden & John's East River String Band plays records from his 78rpm records collection. His collection primarily contains records from The 1920's and early 1930's. John often has special guests on who play records from their collections. Guests include legendary record collectors Robert Crumb and Pat Conte.

Customer Reviews

The Very Best

This radio show is one of the most remarkable, entertaining and interesting shows I've ever heard. I'm completely addicted to it. It features R. Crumb (the R. Crumb!) and John Heneghan (massively obsessive 78 RPM record collector) spinning a variety of amazing records and the banter between cuts is amazing! Be prepared to hear music you'll never find anywhere else accompanied by 2 guys that really know their stuff. I give this show one million stars. Please listen and spread the word. This is way too good to go unnoticed.

Greatest podcast on itunes!

Ive been waiting my whole life for a radio show like this. What a great opportunity to hear some really wonderful and unique music. Thanks for opening up your music collection for the world to hear.

Underrated Music - An Echo that Time Shamelessly Forgets

I've been a silent fan of John & Eden for years, so when John started sharing his RPM collection (among others) to the public, it stands - at the very least - as a generous contribution to the blood thinned audience who still appreciates this historically important archive of forgotten primeval importance.

It's podcasts like John's that keeps musical importance into the limelight for the smart minorities that care about music's true importance and relevance in contrast to the bludgeoning marketable monopoly that the music genre became.

Thanks again John for your contributions. It's podcasts like this and Venerable Radio among others, that keeps me educated.

John's Old Time Radio Show
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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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