Radio Show 32 Thursday October 10 , 2013 9-10pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG
Words by Tim Lewis.
I just got back from local radio show 32 on internet only WBKM.ORG. I thought it went pretty well, and had some cool songs.
Song Before: Tantalized – The Church Band
From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Last Sunday I went to Higher Ground and saw a great band from Montreal called Stars. Local band Paper Castles opened the show with some wonderfully complex songs. This is a song called Open Country by Paddy Regan and Paper Castles on WBKM, and this is Burlington’s kind of music.
1.) Open Country – Paper Castles 2.) Your Ex-Lover is Dead – Stars 3.) Boxing The Cold – Jer Coons
Stars were so good last Sunday, and the entire audience sang every word of Ex-Lover. Paper Castles were just great. The Jer song reminds me that winter is coming. It’s classic fall in Vermont, with turning leaves, hints of cold and apples and cider.
4.) Green Apple Girl – David L. Jarvis Band 5.) Northern Skies – The Lindbergh Baby 6.) Science Fiction – Hana Zara
Another song full of visceral imagery from Hana. Northern has such a cool feel and feels like it’s time to transition soon. Another great song by Dave. Next up is the last song on Swale’s A Small Arrival. I hope you’ve enjoyed the journey through the album in the last several weeks. At times they rock hard and at times they are so gentle, but they are always impressive.
7.) Faineant – Swale 8.) My Atom Girl – The Dirtminers 9.) Hungry Like The Wolf – Rangers of Danger.
Joe Adler and the Rangers were joined by a couple of the guys from the Lynguistic Civilians at the end of the classic cover song. Raph Worrick was fun as frontman for the Dirtminers. What a great song about nuclear weapons. Hmmm, Swale. Next up, let’s go classic Burlington.
10.) Jan Michael Vincent – Chin Ho! 11.) Purpose and Object – The Contrarian
Casey Hades Rae might be based in Washington, but that is Burlington’s kind of music. Next Monday I’m heading to Signal Kitchen to see Swale, and someone else. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?
Song After: Thistle Alley – Fish
This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog, https://timstriangletribune.wordpress.com.