- Phil’s Faves: Songs, January 24, 2021
- Two Tuesday Rockers in The Pandemic Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2020 Update!!!
- The New Key Album of the Week: “There Is No Light Without the Dark” by The Stan Laurels!!!
- The New Key Song of the Week: “Object Permanence” by Sydney Sprague!!!
- It’s a Double Ladies Day for The Pandemic Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2020 Countdown!!!
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Here’s the latest unofficial update of the Pandemic Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2020! Once again, I have included submission information after the update. Here’s the unofficial Countdown so far: 71.Been Such a Long Time—Greg Nagy (Stranded) 72.Honey, I Love … Continue reading
Welcome to the 2020 Pandemic Philbys! For the near future, the Countdown of Philby Hot 100 Songs of 2020 will take a blog format. I am presuming it will eventually change and I will then switch to radio. But since … Continue reading
I have started a new feature: The Most Awesomest Song of the Day! Here’s a link to the complete list: https://philmaq.com/most-awesomest-songs/ I want to emphasize mostly, relatively newer music, just like on my Monday night show, “Prime Time Theme Attic.” (Monday nights … Continue reading
Will there ever be a “normal” year again? With everything that is going on in the world, there have been times where I have actually forgotten about posting this list! But he official Philby 100 Best Albums of 2019 post is … Continue reading
It is the end of the Philby season. In some way, it’s a bittersweet event like the seventh game of the NBA finals, World Series, Stanley Cup, or the Super Bowl. Even if it’s incredible, you don’t get another one … Continue reading
Over time, my listening habits have changed and at the moment I usually listen to albums completely through. I haven’t done that in years, but it’s actually very rewarding—particularly when the album is good. Every album that will be on … Continue reading
Every year I do a show around International Women’s Day in support of women artists. I try really hard to make sure that they are well represented on my show(s). I don’t really give it much thought, now, because it happens instinctively … Continue reading