Monday, March 26, 2012
It's Spring Break, so I thought it would be a perfect night to bring my 7 year old daughter Lauson, into the studio for my show. She chose a set of music. Here's a hint, what songs would I NEVER play on the air? She's a bit nervous, but who can blame her? Radio is a viscous lover. Wish her luck. She's going to need it.
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Common People (Pulp): FIDLAR
Truth: Alexander Ebert
Start Wearing Purple: Gogol Bordello
Anarchy In The UK: Sex Pistols
Rocket Man: Elton John
Wanna Be Startin' Somethin': Michael Jackson
Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles
Gas Mask Blues: Sleeping In The Aviary
American Sun: American Sun
So Tei Gai: Ha-Za-Ma
Hold On: Alabama Shakes
Pushin' On (feat. Alice Russell): The Quantic Soul Orchestra & Alice Russell
Virginia Gal: Deer Tick
3 Doueh: The Strange Boys
Warsaw: Sharon Van Etten
Books Of Moses: Tom Waits
I Don't Like You: Bo Diddley
Bad Moon Rising: Turf War
Portland Oregon: Loretta Lynn
Cool Shit: Spank Rock
Lookin' Out My Window: Tom Jones
I Left My Heart in San Francisco: Tony Bennett
Monday, March 19, 2012
Sometimes I get so heated that I have to take it out on you, my dear listeners. I hope you'll find it in your heart to forgive me. I knew what I was doing, and yet, I did it anyway. WTF? And to be honest, I really enjoyed it too.
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I Heard it on the X: ZZ Top
Rocket Reducer No. 62: MC5
Sharks in the Gene Pool: Jello Biafra and Nomeansno
Institutionalized: Suicidal Tendencies
Spinal Meningitis: Ween
Run Chicken, Run: Mono Men
Losin' Your Mind: Lazy Cowgirls
Drink and Complain: Supersuckers
Nurture My Pig: Reverend Horton Heat
Elvis is Everywhere: Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper
Fun House: The Stooges
Theory of Noise: Loop!Station
Filling A Hole: Eric McFadden
Get Down Moses: Joe Strummer
I See Red: X
Sweat: Joe Spencer
These Boots: Megadeth
Vincent Price: Hitler and Witchcraft
I Get A Kick out of You: Tony Bennett
Unit 731: Slayer
Hooch: The Melvins
Love Canal: Flipper
Lexicon Devil: Germs
Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime: Dean Martin
Monday, March 12, 2012
So, last week it was psychedelia and Afro-Funk. This week it's bebop and Bakersfield country. So much good music, that I can't just stick with one genre. How do those specialty shows do it?
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It's Hard to be Humble: Mac Davis
Charlie Parker: Jack Kerouac
K.C. Blues: Charlie Parker
Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac: Dizzy Gillespie
Blue: Ken Nordine
Naked Lunch Excerpts: William S. Burroughs
Drive: Neil Cassady
Black: Ken Nordine
Back in the Crowd: Tom Waits
Wooden Ships: Jefferson Airplane
Making Love: A Children's Garden of Grass
Whipping Post: Allman Brother's Band (Live from the Fillmore East)
In the Ghetto: Elvis Presley (08-01-69)
Five Feet High and Rising: Johnny Cash
Semi-Crazy: Junior Brown
Something I Said: Ray Condo and His Ricochets
What Am I Worth: Dave Alvin with Syd Straw
Blue Moon Waltz: Jimmy Dale Gilmore
Great Rain: John Prine
Something to Think About: Willie Nelson
Monday, March 05, 2012
Wow, Ronnie Montrose dies, Davey Jones dies. Damn. What to play? I know, Afro-Funk and Psychedelia! I bought the new Wooden Shjips Remixes on vinyl yesterday, along with a tasty Afro-Funk record from 1975. I've pulled a lot from both the psychedelia and Afro-Funk parts of my extensive library.
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It's Hard to be Humble: Mac Davis
Crossings (Andy Weatherall Remix): Wooden Shjips
Astrophobia: Turn Me On Dead Man
Water Mind: Angel in Heavy Syrup
T.F.B.: High Rise with Keiji Heino
High in a Flat: Bevis Frond
Some Velvet Morning: Vanilla Fudge
Set the Controls to the Heart of the Sun: Pink Floyd
Tei Egwu: Afro Funk
You Killing Me: Segun Bucknor
Home Affairs: Osibisa
Telephone Girl: Assagai
Zombie: Fela Kuti and Afrika 70
Keleya: Moussa Doumbia
I Don't Want It: Montrose (04-21-73)
The Man Who Sold the World: David Bowie (Davy Jones)