Wednesday, 28 August 2013
I am taking time out from grumbling about a certain coffee chain to post the playlist for this, the Labour Day weekend show. The weekend doesn't promise to be much, weather wise, but that's all the more reason to support your community radio station on the go to inside activities or just chillaxing at home.
So without further ado, here it is, my friends.
(Theme from) WKRP in Cincinnati....Various artists
Alarm Clock (new remix by M. Valenz and Krystal Love B)...Septembryo
Miracle Drug...A.C. Newman
Hey Little Darling...Stark Naked and the Fleshtones
Letterbox...They Might Be Giants (I had this album on cassette and it was always in the car)
They Say...Roman Candle (new)
Last Star...Two Hours Traffic
At War With The Sun...The Big Pink
None But Shining Hours...The Books
Does Anyone Love Me Now?...Blue Roses
Blow Away...Kate Bush
Delia and the Sculptor...Elise Epp
Weight Of The World...Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk
Faster...The Tourist Company
Pee-Wee's Playhouse...Cyndi Lauper (OK so I have had a bit of an inner child moment)
Make Some Noise...Minotaurs
Psychobitches Outta Hell...Horrorpops
Be careful on the holiday, want to see you next week.
And as always, thanks for listening.
Wednesday, 21 August 2013
I'm back, live and in person this week. Mind you, with the spike in temperatures, there has been more time than usual spent in the dark cool recesses of the office listening to music and watching amazing DVDs. For example, the concert film of Peter Gabriel's 2002-2003 "Growing Up" tour was nothing short of mezmerizing. If you have a chance, check it out. I know you won't be disappointed.
So on with this week's playlist
That's it for this week. See you Friday, and as always, thanks for listening.
Monday, 12 August 2013
Back from a very busy weekend, you know the travel/music/work catch up stuff, so of course the way to relax is to kick back and listen to some tunage as soon as one hits the front door.
Well, one thing led to another...and before I knew it, the playlist just kind of happened.
So, here it is, in it's first draft glory.
A Pain That I'm Used To (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)....Depeche Mode (damn! this album has
gotten under my skin)
Keep Your Head Up....Eagles of Death Metal (Death by Sexy album)
Civil Twilight (Live from the Burton Cummings Theatre)... The Weakerthans
Rockabilly Girls...Handsome Ned (from The Name is Ned )
How Should I (Have Known)...From East To Exit
Giving up The Ghost...The Skeletones Four
Door To Door...The Magic (three Guelphites in a row!)
The Hedonists Collide...Duotang
Duck and Run...3 Doors Down (no, you're not imagining this)
Look For You...Cory Fraser
Bruised Broken Beaten...Controller Controller (RIP, such a shame)
At Least I'm Not a Musician...Gregory Pepper and His Problems
Welcome To The Working Week...Elvis Costello (from My Aim Is True)
Time...Fast Romantics (playing live at the Horseshoe tonight, August 16) (New!)
Never Coming Down...White Hot Jet (out of Vancouver...watch out for this band)
Buffalo Head...The Features
Mercy...Duffy (from the album Rockferry)
Whoa! Pretty crazy mix, right?
Let's see what happens....
And as always, thanks for listening.
Tuesday, 6 August 2013
I'm posting this early as the spirit struck last week while doing LAST FRIDAY's show for this one.
And the problem with doing your work early is that then you forget.
So this is it....Enjoy! And see you on the 9th.
And I Walk...The 6ixty8ights
If Anyone Should Call...The 88
Heinz (Artery Cover)... Little Girls
Lloyd I'm Ready To Be Heartbroken...Camera Obscura
We Should Be Swimming...Zulu Winter
King David...We Are The City
Mad World...Gary Jules (cover Tears for Fears)
Without You...Eddie Vedder (from the Ukelele Album)
Oak of Guernica...YTST
Let Loose the Horses...The Rescues
Lost In My Head...Doldrums ( I'm not sure how I feel about this)(love? confused?)
Dream On (Bushwacka Tough Guy Mix)...Depeche Mode
Highway Horror...The House of Haunt
Noisemaker....Two Hours Traffic
Beat's So Lonely...Charlie Sexton
Hmmm....got some 80's action going on here as remixes. Interesting. I swear these lists take on lives of their own.
And as always, thanks for listening