Saturday, February 28, 2009

Snack Break

My Homie Cool Calm Pete made a chancey food-themed mixtape for theme magazine

Download it here:

We're switching time slots.
Things are being re-organized.
Not exactly sure what's going to happen.
But I do know that we'll be back on track shortly.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Episode #39

Journey In Satchidananda - Alice Coltrane
In the Pines - Dee Dee Ramone
Rhinoceros - Stan Robinison
House Of Japan - Rod Rogers
Scaarborough Fair - Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Scenes of Dynasty - Tyrannosaurus Rex
You Left the Water Running - Maurice & Mac
Record Biz - Lee Hazlewood
Baja - Al Casey
He's an Odd Ball - The Lewis Sisters
Slippin' into Darkness - Ramsey Lewis
Slippin into Darkness - War
L-O-V-E - Leon Thomas
Anna Lee, The Healer - The Beach Boys
Sparring Partner - Paolo Conte
Pieces Of String - Alela Diane
Scarborough Street Fair - Merl Saunders
Shore Leave - Tom Waits
death of an angel - Donald Woods And The Belairs
Senorita Lolita - Five Satins
Oh Oh Lolita - The Cadillacs
Heresy (Coming Down) - The United States
What A Lousy Day Was Yesterday - Homer & Jethro
Burning Bridges - Mike Curb Congregation
All we need is understanding - Chairmen Of The Board
Bajatede mi nube (mother's little helper) - Los Johnny Jets
sing, sing, sing - Incredible Bongo Band
Gimmie Some Skin - Frank Penn
The New Killer Joe - Benny Golson
y brawd houdini - Meic Stevens
piha tu ab to - Asha Bhosle & Chorus
The Way I Feel - Phil Upchurch
Traveling - Stark Reality
things ain't simple - J. J. Cale
Jimmy Jean - Ellen Mcilwaine
you've been talking 'bout me baby - Ray Terrace
Satan Takes a Holiday - Anton LaVey
Oodles Of O's - De La Soul
Michael's Scarborough Fair - Merle Saunders
Mary Jane - Peter Sarstedt
XL -30 - Shuggie Otis
Mudd Foot - Biz Markie
1941 - George Burns
On the road with Liddy - A L Lloyd
Guenene Tini - Cheikha Tetma
I'm Moving On - Chevrone Scott
Ali's Historical Theme Song - Muhammad Ali
I Like Girls - Nervous Norvus with background music by Kenny Burts Cavemen
Check Mr. Popeye - Eddie Bo
I'm Yours - The Shirelles
Scarborough Fair - The Roundtable
Straight to Hell - Heather Nova

Friday, February 13, 2009

Episode #38

                                        courtesy Tim Barber

Episode 38:

You can stream our show over @ East Village Radio
(East Village radio is no longer offering downloadable podcasts)


Swallow Tail (Dulcimer Duet) - Douglas Ecker & his Hammer Dulcimer
Lullaby from Rosemary's Baby - Mia Farrow
Ain't Never Seen a White Man - Wolfman Jack
Grandma's Hands - Bill Withers
Wolf Bait - Henry Thome
Is It Love - Jon
Kow Kow - The Steve Miller Band
Ursalena - Bill Cosby
That Cat Is High - The Ink Spots
Let Us Make A Record - Sister Gertrude Morgan
Remember Me - The Trinikas
Zindy Lou - The Chimes
96 Tears - Aretha Franklin
Eres Tu - Jimmy Mitchell
Darkness - Gene Pitney & The Embers
Hercules - Ray Saporita
7th Seal - Freestyle Fellowship
Death Promise Opening Credits - Death Promise OST
Reach Out, I'll Be There - Lee Moses
Woman To Woman - Joe Cocker
The "Test" Sequence - The Parallax View
Werewolf - The Five Man Electrical Band
The Pied Piper Theatrical Trailer - Starring Donovan
I'm The Pied Piper - The Beach Boys
The Meanest Guy That ever Lived - Jack Palance
Right On, Right On - E. Rodney Jones and Larry and the Hippies
Understanding Marx - Red Shadow
Surfin' Dead - The Cramps
Of Broken Links - These Trails
A Song - Blind Bolivian Couple
Valley Of Tears Pt. II - Trey Barker
Dark City - ELO
Air Penance - Grampall Jookabox
In Aankhon Ki Masti - Asha Bhosle
Underage Girls - Micah James
Be Thankfull - Bunny Clarke
Lost Teenager - Nathan Catalon & The Keys
Viva Tirado - El Chicano
California Dreaming - Calliope
Rosko's Theme - Rosko
Me and My Arrow - Harry Nillson
(talk Talk Talk)
the lass from the low country - John Jacob Niles

Thursday, February 12, 2009

We Recommend...

This show...My lovely, talented wife, Ms. Ro Agents will be playing for the first time since finishing her record. We played one of her songs on episode #28. She makes beautiful music and I could not be prouder of her. Friday's show is an extremely eclectic bill, and should be a really cool night. Come through if you can.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Episode #37

Episode #37

You can stream our show over @ East Village Radio
(East Village radio is no longer offering downloadable podcasts)


Leavin' Blues - Davy Graham
Within You, Without You - Anthony Newley
Shape Your Mind To Die - Leon Thomas
Wild West Hero (Alternative Bridge) - Electric Light Orchestra
Chicago - The Fugs
Big Bad Wolf - Sham-Ettes
Mothra's Song - Yuji Koseki
Words To My Song - Dry Bread
Love Is Strange - Buddy Holly
Taboo - Gene Summers
Pawnbroker, Pawnbroker - Barbara Ruskin
Plantasia - Mort Garson
Step To My Girl - Souls Of Mischief
Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa - Hot Chip & Peter Gabriel
Flying - Rogério Duprat
Drums In My Typewriter - Woody Leafer
To Light - Emcee Will EP
Uccellaccie Uccellini - Ennio Morricone
Valleri - Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra
Feeling Young - Heinz Kiessling & Sein Orchestra
Love, Peace, & Poetry - Rubinho E Mauro
Negresco - Motherhood
Sudden Death - Anders, Laguna, and Ginsberg
Help My Blood Count Would Ya? - The Giraffes
Run, Paint, Run, Run - Captain Beefheart
Gun Fever - The Valentines
Fever - Nancy Sit
Fever - Junior Byles
Fever - Nancy Cadogan
Low Grades, High Fever - Lindy Lane
Indian Fever - The Scarlets
Fever - La Lupe
Fever - Essence
"Alien" Original Theatrical Trailer
Destination Mars - Frosts & The Diamonds
Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day - Mills Blue Rhythm Band
I'm Gonna Leave You - Bobby Powell
Please Mr. Scientist - The Redwoods
Silver Tree Top School For Boys - The Beatstalkers
Go Bananas - Andrew Thompson
Train In The Distance - Paul Simon
Unkown Legend - Tunde Adebimpe
Hyena Hippies - Mike Simpson
Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More) - Nina Simone
Where Will You Be Tonight? - Freedom
The Clown - Roy Orbison
Balladen Om Bellfast - Midsommer
Amazonie - Helene Martin
Somewhere Friday Night - The Turtles
(Talk Talk Talk)
I'm Glad It's Over - Oscar Mack

Monday, February 2, 2009

chances with bears

That's Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Age 15. They used to Call him Johnny "Piano" Watson.

"The Bear" - Johnny "Guitar" Watson