Listening with Larsupreme Episode 20: Love Covered Volume II

Spring’s in the air, and it’s filled with love… …yet we aren’t listening to the cover of “When You’re Young And In Love” for this episode of love covered through cover songs. We’ll save that for another time. Meanwhile, we have a fresh 90 minutes of love for you to flirt and frolic with as…

Listening with Larsupreme Episode 19: Taurus Time

Spring is here, filled with love amongst the chaos. This Quadruple Taurus season of 2021 begged to be blessed by our earthliest singers of soul. I’m pollinating your ears this particular episode with some of the finest soul, pop, jazz and gospel singers known to you and probably a few unknown too. Sit back for…

Listening with Larsupreme Episode 18: Aries Season

We’re in the heart of Aries season, right before a new moon in Aries this week! It seemed a good time to bring back the Zodiac series I started in 2016-2017 as mixes. Now with the podcast we can honor soul singers by their sign and birthdates, talk a little astrology and have a little…

Listening with Larsupreme Episode 17: Sweet Sisters of Spring

You’ve made it! It’s Spring 2021! As we wrap up March, and Women’s History Month, we take the next hour to listen to some dreamy, soft soul to slowly awaken you as the daylight gets longer. These tunes are intended to soothe you with harmonies warm and breathy for those socially distanced Springtime activities. You’ll…

Listening with Larsupreme Episode 16: Madames Below the Mason-Dixon Line

When you think of Soul Music from the 1960’s, where do you think of it primarily coming from? Detroit definitely leads the list, probably followed by Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. Los Angeles wasn’t a slouch either. Your first thoughts might not think much of the Southern United States. Your mind may be clouded by…

Listening with Larsupreme Episode 15: Voice Your Choice

Every Friday, during the height of the 60’s, Motown would host quality control meetings that would pit recordings against each other for release. For this episode of Listening with Larsupreme, we have the following battles set up where efforts by the following women of Motown went up against each other. You can vote along to…

Thank You, Mary Wilson

I’m not normally phased by celebrity death. Death is part of reality. Yet something hit me really hard about the passing of Mary Wilson this past Monday at the age of 76. She is not just a founding member of The Supremes, the most successful all girl group of all time. She is larger than…

“Tune in” – The Latest from “Listening with Larsupreme”

Happy Autumn, Happy month….whatever of Shelter-in-Place. It’s been a bit of time since we’ve collected our latest round of Listening with Larsupreme episodes together. The last few months have had us look into the vaults of Motown records, at the envy of Dionne Warwick’s catalog, The Marvelous Marvelettes and tunes to ride along with me…

Monday Moxie – Top 10 Throwbacks week of February 8, 2021

We’re coming into 2021 with a quickie playlist and some grabs of mini-blog entries from the old Tumblr Blog bought to you. It’s Black History Month, so we’re gonna soul you up with some Soul Sirens you need a history lesson on. 1) Mable John “It’s Catching” (Stax 192-B, 1966)With enough strut to carry herself,…

An Obituary To Soul Nights

You’ve seen them, DJs streaming on twitch, Facebook and Instagram Live. “Ain’t No More Room” by The Kittens inevitably features in the set. The hearts and likes and comments float in as people sit in their living rooms, probably snapping their fingers to the beat, maybe, just maybe dancing along. The “Soul Night” is performing…