LOST TREASURES was pleased to have special guest Frank B. (formerly known as DJ Fatback during his DJ'ing days in DC) from South Carolina pulling out many of his uber-rare private press masterpieces found over the last 25 years in the DMV and the Carolinas.
Saturday's program incorporated a set on weirdo Xian private press findings plus funk, soul and adolescent jazz like the amazing Foster Memorial LP seen below
After a three week hiatus, I am happy to return to my radio show LOST TREASURES on 94.3 FM WOWD-FM out of Takoma Park. This shows give me great pleasure in searching out rare private press recordings that are all but forgotten in our digital universe of music. This week looking forward to spinning obscure tunes from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s that have never made it to CD (thank God) because of their rarity or because the music industry & powers that be don't perceive it as marketable or popular.
Get ready! Lori Longmire's voice is going to bring it all back home tomorrow morning on the show...
SATURDAY, 9am on 94.3 FM or streaming on the web at www.takomaradio.org
SHOW ARCHIVES located HERE...click to listen
As I reach my mid-40s and I reflect on all of the great things in my life, I think back to some of the earlier pursuits and interests that I followed with great avidity. It has been a long time for some, but now I am anticipating ways to get back into some of my former hobbies and loves: presenting concerts, hosting a radio program (this time on the Takoma Park community station WOWD-FM), consulting/conducting professional development programs for teachers, and assisting my colleagues and friends in grant writing. These have long been a part of my life but the demands of serving as Principal for the past five years and having a family with two growing boys have kept me busy and focused on other things
I am looking forward to many new things and plan to use this website as a launching pad for those endeavors.