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An internet radio station broadcasting from London Town to the whole wide world. 

At The Rock926 our aim is to provide an exceptional high quality independant music alternative to commercial radio.

The Rock926 has a fast growing interactive audience. Our vast selection of music and quality D.J’s offers a unique format that commercial radio has yet to provide.

There’s a little something for everyone here at The Rock926. 

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in digital stereo. We have non stop music like R&B, Neo-Soul, Jazz, Gospel, Old School, Reggae and much much more.

The Rock926 offers you what most Internet Radio Stations cannot!! So please do not settle for second best, you don't need to - because we are here!

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How do you improve upon classics by Prince, Sade and George Clinton? In most cases, you don't. But Meshell Ndegeocello's Ventriloquism is a rare exception: on this covers album, she pulls new beauty out of favourites from yesteryear.
Sonically, Ventriloquism is risky. Ndegeocello's blend of funk, folk, bluegrass and soul forces you to forget what you know about the songs you hold dear and at times, it gets uncomfortable. But listen closely — there's a lot being said on this album in deceptively simple ways.
With tiny flourishes, Ndegeocello injects new meaning into each song she covers. Her arresting performance of Prince's "Sometimes It Snows in April" is an examination of grief and mourning;  Ralph Tresvant's "Sensitivity" is no longer a sultry love song, but sly political commentary (playful cowbells and a clumsy tuba underscore the lyrics "you need a man with sensitivity" and suddenly, images of the White House come to mind); "Private Dancer" is now a dark and dejected waltz that could be interpreted a million ways.
After a few listens, it becomes clear why Ndegeocello plucked music from the '80s and stripped away their glitter and innocence — it's a clever metaphor for her outlook on the world.