Monday, March 21, 2011

A Season in Hell #31: Radio Valencia: History Shows Again and Again


Roustabout: Elvis Presley
Godzilla: Blue Oyster Cult

Kevin Pina on the phone speaking about Haiti

High Heel Sneakers: Pinetop Perkins
Crawlin' Kingsnake (Alternate Take): Muddy Waters
I'm A King Bee: Slim Harpo

The Race Is On: George Jones
Waitin' In Your Welfare Line: Buck Owens
Dumb Blonde: Dolly Parton
You Win Again: Jerry Lee Lewis

Concert Outlook

White Line Fever: Merle Haggard
Sin City: The Flying Burrito Brothers
Not Enough: J Mascis

Hour Two
Tomorrow is Forever: Grateful Dead (09-26-72)
Call Any Vegetable: Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention (11-13-70)
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?: The Misfits (02-28-82)
Ramblin' Rose: Gang War (05-31-80)

My Favorite Things: John Coltrane (07-01-61)
Memphis, Egypt: The Mekons (07-23-10)

Pass the Peas: The Meters with the JB Horns (12-91)
Rainy Night In Soho: The Pogues (06-15-89)

Monday, March 14, 2011

A Season in Hell #30: Radio Valencia: Now with more P'ZAZZ!!!

Lot's of great new music in the first hour, and amazing Afro-funk, LA funk and obscure soulful jazz in the second hour.


Listen here.

Roustabout: Elvis Presley
Mystery Date: New Duncan Imperials

He Gets Me High: Dum Dum Girls
Is It Done: J Mascis
Through The Fog & The Haze: Sonny & The Sandwitches

Corner Of My Room: Turner Cody
Drug: White Denim
Electricity Turns Them On: Wires Under Tension
Mountaintop: The Holydrug Couple
Pobre Mary: Guadalupe Plata

Evill War: Shark Move
The Future: Tweak Bird

Roasted or Fried: St Vincent's Latinaires Supersound Orchestra

Hour two:
Theme De Yoyo: Art Ensemble of Chicago

Allah Wakbarr: Ofo & The Black Company
Orere Elegjigbo: The Lijadu Sisters

Je'Nwi Temi (Don't Gag Me): Fela Ransome-Kuti & The Africa 70
Get Up And Do It: Marie Adams
The Pharaohs Love Y'all: The Pharaohs

Higher Ground: Rudolph Johnson

Speak On It: The Politicians

Monday, March 07, 2011

A Season in Hell #29: Radio Valencia: Now With More Winning

A fun show tonight. I been listening to a lot of new music. I love reading the Aquarius Records reviews. Much of the music tonight is either from those reviews, or music inspired by those reviews.

No in-studio guest tonight, but investigative journalist Kevin Pina phoned in to give us an update on Haiti.

Now for some music.

Click here to hear.

Roustabout: Elvis Presley
The Singer (Johnny Cash/Nick Cave Cover): Dirty Beaches

Deliah's Gone: Johnny Cash

Interview with Kevin Pina

Mercy Seat: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Dirt: The Stooges

Concert Outlook

Playboy Bunnies: L∆' SHMOOVE
Longlights: Blank Dogs
Styled by Dr. Roberts: Frog Eyes

1312 Behold A Marvel In The Darkness: Deerhoof
Now, ah Lissen
Meat: Idiot Flesh
Mamno3 Mn El Ta3'eer: Ahmed Rock ( Revolution Records )

Shadow of the Boogie: Asiko Rock Group
Fantastic Man: William Onyeabor
Billy Fish: The Melvins

Jeremy's Storm: Tame Impala
Sour Cherry: Azalia Snail

Get High Babe: John Wesley Coleman III
One Day: Kings Go Forth