Radio Show 4 Thursday March 21, 2013 9-10pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG
Words by Tim Lewis.
I just got home from radio show number 4 on WBKM. It was a little rough, but I got to play a bunch of cool music.
Song Before: Rockaway Beach – The Ramones
From our small city to the great big world, these are the sounds of Burlington. I talked about Wide Wail opening for Juliana Hatfield in 2000
1.) All My Life – Wide Wail
2.) 10 Speed Car – Torpedo Rodeo
3.) Sharp Side of the Knife – Alice Austin
4.) Jan Michael Vincent – Chin Ho!
Talked about how catchy a riff there is in the Chin Ho! song (and had it in my head for the walk home), talked about how great Alice is when she growls out Sharp Side. I talked about seeing Torpedo at JP’s and Manhattan Pizza and talked about how Max Krauss sometimes has bands at parties in his basement. I talked a bit more about Wide Wail, then talked about Emily and how good a violin player she is.
5.) Medula Mamblongata – Strung Out
6.) Maria – Vedora
7.) Yayo – The Dirty Blondes
Talked about how the Blondes song mentions Maple st, Elm st, Pitkin st, Church st and how very Burlington it is. I talked about seeing Everybody’s Favorite Irish Drinking Songs Band on Saturday and Sunday. I talked about how Maria sounded like it would go great out of the Strung Out song, and that they are playing at 10, next Thursday at Nectar’s. I talked about seeing Strung Out at the Chickenbone, and several other places. I talked about how music exists in the moment they is gone, but recordings can be played forever. I talked about David L. Jarviswriting great songs in town then joining the Army, then being in El Paso and starting a psychedelic rock band.
8.) Paper Train – D. Jarvis Band (it played for a few seconds, then I hit something wrong and the next song started playing. Sorry Dave!! Sorry everyone else too!)
8.) Grounded – Invisible Jet
9.) Paper Train – D. Jarvis Band (in it’s entirety!!)
10.) Lights of Montreal – Lobot
Talked about how good Lobot were and that they play a reunion show every year. Talked about Chris Farnsworth playing guitar with Lobot and Dino Bravo. I apologized for cutting Paper Train, then talked about how cool it would be to walk into a club and hear something that sounds like Peter Gabriel, but it turns out to be a local band called Invisible Jet. I talked about the wonderful melody of Paper Train. I talked about playing one of my favorite Farm Songs
11.) Bad Oasis – Farm
12.) Time to Get Out – Aaron Flinn and Salad Days
Talked about how it was time to get out, and that Aaron would be playing on the 30th in Hinesburg. Talked about if Farm played Bad Oais at a festival, Robbie Williams would probably toss the I’ve got soul in the worst of places line into one of his medleys.
Song after: Gloria (live from Red Rocks) – U2
This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog, https://timstriangletribune.wordpress.com.