03.05.2012

Pop Picks 3/5/2012

Every week, pop workgroup shares the best additions to the pop vault. Read on!

This week in pop workgroup we had the honor of meeting Ken “Flying Saucer Man” Rhoten. Ken ‘s only release, a collection of folksy ballads, was recorded in 1977 but hasn’t seen a proper release until now. He plays piano, he sings with the fire of a thousand 70′s folk singers, and you get the undeniable swag of listening to “outsider art.” Don’t let the unadorned Memorex CD-R deter you, this one’s a keeper.

- Asher Kaplan (Canadian Heritage Hour, TUE 6-7am)

Ken Rhoten – Pages In A Book Of Love

3 comments to Pop Picks 3/5/2012

  • this is amazingly good.

  • Ken was dating my mother at the time that he made the album. I had one of the original copies but have since lost it. I was only 10 at the time. I have been trying to get a copy for years with no luck. How can I find a copy of this awsome album.

  • Ken was dating my mother at the time that he made the album. I had one of the original copies but have since lost it. I was only 10 at the time. I have been trying to get a copy for years with no luck. How can I find a copy of this awsome album.

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