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Deep Tracks — Radio Misfits — Edition #6 Fresh tracks

California Hwy 1 sunrise — Central California — original photo J. Black

Sounds of Yesteryear so far has been the source of radio shy tracks populating the series. The series evolved because of a question I asked myself, “why do so many songs continue receiving regular airplay 20–30 (or more) years on?

A follow-up question; “what if radio programmers scrapped the same old songs for brethren tracks from the same era?”




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