MPC Volume 1

It started out as a general comment on Facebook between podcasters, leading to an all-out admission we loved while we were younger.  This set off a stream of tracks we all know and loved and eventually turned into podcasts- the first of what you see here.  Presenting:

MPC (Music Podcast Consortium), Volume 1.

Drops from  T Grundy, and DarrenKeith.
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01 – Phil Collins – I Missed Again
02 – Steve Winwood – Higher Love
03 – Kenny Loggins – This Is It
04 – Daryl Hall & John Oates – Out Of Touch
05 – Boz Scaggs – Lowdown
06 – The Doobie Brothers – Black Water
07 – Toto – Africa
08 – Steely Dan – Deacon Blues
09 – Yes – Roundabout
10 – Chicago – Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
11 – Gary Wright – Really Want To Know You
12 – England Dan & John Ford Coley – I’d Really Love To See You Tonight
13 – Carly Simon – Haven’t Got Time for the Pain
14 – Creedence Clearwater Revival – Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
15 – Cutting Crew – I’ve Been In Love Before
16 – Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
17 – Gino Vannelli – I Just Wanna Stop

Which started out as a general comment from DarrenKeith instantly morphed into a full-time confession of music we owned and had a passion for.  From Neil Sedaka to soft rock to Traffic, we listed music, absolutely no hoilds barred.  The above list is the first volume of our love of music from the 60s, 70s and 80s.  Suffice it to say there will be more, so stay tuned.

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4 comments on “MPC Volume 1

  1. Ricky says:

    Man this podcast is filled with all the stuff I secretly listen to 🙂 Can’t wait to hear the other two podcasts in this series !

  2. MrMike says:

    I AGREE with Ricky – But Now I’m at a place where I Play them Loud and Proud!

  3. Hey EJ,

    Love the podcasts and would like to connect with you. Do you have an email address or a better way to get in touch?

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