My Dad's LPs

exploring the cosmos of rock 'n' roll

Welcome! This is your one-stop-shop for everything My Dad’s LPs: Browse the ever-expanding record collection, stream the last month of episodes (free of charge) and read our column featured in Gonzo Weekly every Saturday! (also free of charge). You can even request an LP of the Month to be played, right off the wax, on the last show of each month. Because the only thing better than vinyl on the radio, is your name on the radio paired with a killer record! Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to join the conversation and help us Explore the Cosmos of Rock ’n’ Roll…

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This Week's Show

My Dad's LPs 121 (First Aired: 04/23/16)

Psychedelic blues, Electric blues and Roots blues all get covered here, Pink Floyd colors the landscape and live performances from Creedence Clearwater Revival, Albert King and B.B. King make this a show for those that love blues and rock as a single entity. These artists show us that "without the blues, you wouldn't have no rock 'n' roll". Perfectly blended into an hour of rockin' blues for your listening pleasure.

Last Week's Show

My Dad's LPs 120 (First Aired: 04/16/16)

A driving blend of 1960s-era rock & blues combined with the sweeter sounds of The Beach Boys and The Beatles rounds out this hour of music. It also includes a set from a truly great concert on many levels the "Concert For Bangladesh" from Madison Square Garden in August, 1971 featuring performances from George Harrison and Bob Dylan.

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