Thank you Janis for providing the therapy I needed to deal with my denial about your retirement!
A poignant conversation with lots of laughs and tears. As well as music from her final album, "The Light At The End Of The Line". Plus, discussion and songs from her long career.
Bring your ears, some tissues and great sound!
NEW! Judy Collins & Fred Migliore Conversation For New Spellbound Album With NEVER! Before Heard Stories
My conversation with Judy Collins about her first album of all original material, brought out some never before heard stories of her journey through life as told through the songs on 'Spellbound'.
Below is the audio of the interview with the songs, plus, a a link to my YouTube page that features the video of our conversation.
Did you ever look at the album design of a record in your collection and wonder how it came to be?
Chances are, you stared at many of them that were designed by Kosh,
He joined myself and FM Odyssey's Steve Matteo, to share his behind the scenes stories of how his album designs became part of the soundtrack of our lives.
John Kosh, known simply as Kosh, is an English art director, album cover
designer, graphic artist, and documentary producer/director.
He designed the covers of the final two albums from the Beatles, 'Abbey Road' and 'Let
It Be', five album covers for Ringo Starr and the sleeve for the single
of John Lennon's "Give Peace A Chance."
Kosh designed four album covers for the Eagles, including their iconic 'Hotel California'.
He also designed the controversial cover for 'Who's Next' from The Who.
You will also see his design work on covers for the Rolling Stones, T. Rex, Badfinger, James
Taylor, the Electric Light Orchestra, Rod Stewart, Carole King, Bonnie
Raitt, Randy Newman, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, as well as many many more.
Kosh also designed more than 20 album covers for close friend Linda Ronstadt.
He is a three-time Grammy winner & he joined myself and FM Odyssey's Steve Matteo, to share his stories.
So find some of these albums in your collection and enjoy the ride as our journey continues on FM Odyssey.
Songs about beaches, boats, lakes, rivers & streams to help you create a visual in your mind, far from the Coronavirus isolation & the dog days of winter. Music therapy for your sanity & soul!
Fred Migliore is joined by Dion in a full hour conversation about his new CD, "Blues With Friends".
The Coronavirus sessions is a new series of interviews with the legends of music to distract from the insanity and isolation many of us are feeling. Comfort food for the heart & soul.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — FM Odyssey Radio, the weekly music and interview show launched by Fred Migliore on WFIT 89.5 FM nearly 30 years ago, and distributed to public and NPR affiliate stations across the country will rebroadcast its award winning episode “The 50th Anniversary Of Apollo 11" on June 14th.
The show features actual dialogue between Apollo astronauts and Mission Control from a cherished childhood record of Migliore’s, Man’s Incredible Voyage to the Moon, with carefully chosen songs written about the moon. The record was a gift from his mom to a 10-year-old Migliore.
The 2019 episode received one of radio’s highest awards for “Best Music Special”, at this year’s New York Festivals Radio Awards in April. It and all awards entries are judged around the world by panels of industry peers. More than 15,000 total entries were received from over 40 countries.
But it almost didn’t happen: After deciding to use the record, Migliore could not find it in his collection.
“Two months before, I couldn’t find even a used copy on line. Just when I was about to give up, I found a sealed copy of it for $15. My Mom had recently died and I knew she was involved in this somehow!”
After being so appalled at what radio had become, Migliore created FM Odyssey in 1991. Fred uses familiar and new songs to create themed shows & over 300 interviews with the legends of music.
The show earned national syndication in 1998. It airs on more than 30 public & NPR stations and has attracted some of the biggest names in music for interviews with Migliore, including Bill Joel, Judy Collins, Dan Fogelberg, Glen Campbell, David Crosby, Steely Dan, the Moody Blues & more.
"It features many clips the two of us did on each other's radio shows throughout the years".
I did this 3 hour tribute to Pete, the month after he passed on April 26th, 2012 and aired it on Memorial Day weekend in May.
When I heard him do his Woodstock commercial on WNEW-FM, New York in August of 1969, I knew at 10 years old I wanted to be like him when I grew up.
Fast forward 40 years and he was MY guest on MY 40th Anniversary of Woodstock show!!
He became my friend in 1995 & we had a really close relationship for the remainder of his life.
Pete, it's hard to believe its been 10 years that you've been gone. I guess its because you are constantly with me each and every week, helping me create new FM Odyssey shows.
Without you, my life would be blank and so would this page - Fred Migliore