Tag Archives: Joe Jackson

Radio On: A KEXP National Radio Week Video Roundup

If not for radio, punk and new wave would never have spread across the country the way it did. Thanks to groundbreaking DJs from the 1970s like Rodney Bingenheimer at Los Angeles station KROQ and Vin Scelsa at New York’s WNEW, bands were able to reach an audience their crappy tour vans may never haveRead more…

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Review Revue: Joe Jackson – Body and Soul

We may never know what 1984 KCMU DJs thought of Joe Jackson’s Body and Soul, the follow up to Night and Day (on which we have plenty of input from the contemporaneous DJs). It’s pretty likely that many of those who loved his early stuff remained less than pleased with his doubling-down on the highlyRead more…

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Review Revue: Joe Jackson – Night and Day

Joe Jackson has never been an easy artist to pin down. His first album’s lean, edgy, punk-leaning pop sound has aged incredibly well and influenced a thousand bands (without Look Sharp!, I maintain, there is no Spoon), but over the 35-plus years since then he has constantly played with different forms and genres, from swingRead more…

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