1. Then As Now - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 472 Perry Bax 1:59:22

The more things change . . .

Then As Now – The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 472

1. Now And Then – The Beatles
2. Squirm – Dave Matthews Band
3. Ceremony (early) – New Order
4. King Is White and In The Crowd (live) – Simple Minds
5. Tunnel Of Love (live) – Dire Straits
6. The Wind Cries Mary (live) – Jimi Hendrix Experience
7. Like A Rolling Stone (live) – Bob Dylan w/ Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
8. All Along The Watchtower – Eddie Vedder and The Million Dollar Bashers
9. Black (live unplugged) – Pearl Jam
10. Mr. Triscuits / Something’s Coming (live) – Todd Rundgren’s Utopia
11. Bach Before The Mast / Hello Sailor / Salt Cay – Keith Emerson
12. What If (live) – Dixie Dregs
13. Are You Going With Me (live) – The Pat Metheny Band
14. So Beautiful Or So What – Paul Simon
15. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out – The Smiths
16. I Will Possess Your Heart (live) – Death Cab For Cutie
17. I Am The Walrus (2023) – The Beatles

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Never staying the same.
Accept No Substitute

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Perry Bax Podcast Producer

Perry Bax was an early advocate of podcasting, launching his unique mix of rock-based music in 2004, the early years of MP3 players. It seemed there was a void in the musical universe, which wasn't catering to the needs of music fans who were serious about music both new and classic. Seeking to fill this gap, Perry launched The Best Radio You Have Never Heard podcast in 2005 as a format without borders, a rock podcast without limitations and a unique production style that is rivaled by none. His show now boasts loyal listeners around the world.

With traditional radio becoming more and more regimented, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard has become a niche where listeners can relive the days of early 70's freeform FM mixed with today's contemporary artists, and tracks by their favorite artists that have never graced the terrestrial airwaves. With more music than time in his biweekly rock podcast, Perry estimates he hasn't repeated more than 10-15 tracks since the show went live on the World Wide Web.

Music without borders for a global audience...this is truly The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.