"Floydian Slip" is our new one-hour, weekly radio journey through the history of the rock band Pink Floyd. Host Craig Bailey works classic Floyd songs, deep album cuts and Floyd’s unique brand of ambient segues into a seamless blend of music and sound best described as a listening experience. Accented with succinct and thoughtful commentary, Floydian Slip is programming that becomes a new weekly destination for classic rock fans on the Eagle.
At the end of 2017, Craig had produced over 1,130 hour-long shows dating back to his college days in the late 80s, making him a de facto expert on Pink Floyd.
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