Radio Show Number 5 On WBKM

Words by Tim Lewis.

Radio show number 5

Just home after Radio show number 5. Then went and rocked to Vedora at Nectar’s.

Song before: Fire – Jimi Hendrix


From Our small city to the great big world, these are the sounds of Burlington. Her is Phil Yates and the Affiliates

1.) Might As Well Settle – Phil Yates and the Affiliates

2.) Moving Song – Zola Turn

3.) Bomb – Envy

Talked about Envy being a go to band. Talked about finally getting around to playing two of my favorites, Envy and Zola. Dedicated Moving song to one of my roommates, Joel and to my friend with the pickup truck, Dave Hall. Talked about Linda Bassickplaying trombone on the song, and that she just came back from playing the Moody Blues cruise. Hmmm, Swale

4.) Cancer – Swale

5.) Basalt Anchor – Vedora

6.) Your Downtown Aperture – Video Pigeon

Talked about needing a band to see, and Video Pigeon were there. Love the way the song takes off. Plugged Vedora at Nectar’s right after the show, and about how much fun it was to see the pickup band jam at her birthday party. Hmmm Swale. Hmmm Lendway.

7.) Gone with Eraser – Lendway

8.) Artroom Records – Jen Karson and Bad JuJu

9.) Hey Ernie – Cold Sweat

Talked about Sweat playing Killington on Saturday, and how they turned me on to watcher of the skies. Talked about meeting Jen, seeing Zola Turn, about her leaving Zola soon after and forming her band with Sean Altruiand others. Introduced the next song saying it was cool and would build and build. I said they were playing Bar Antidote in Vergenes Saturday March 30th. If you are a prog head, see Cold Sweat 1-5 at Killington, then Elephants of Scotland in Vergennes at 9pm.

10.) Errol McSquisitor – Elephants of Scotland


Song after Red Barchetta – Rush

This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog,