Radio Show 47 Thursday January 30, 2014 9-10pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG
Words by Tim Lewis.
I had a great time doing my local music internet only radio show onlast night. It started mellow, but then it rocked
Song before – The Old And The Young – MIDLAKE BAND
From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s been a couple of sunny warm days and I feel like shimmering. Will you shimmer with me? This is Hollow by The Cush on WBKM, and this is Burlington’s kind of music.
1.) Hollow – The Cush 2.) One From Two – Linda Bassick 3.) Our Work Is Never Done – PossumHaw 4.) Tumble & Fall – Elijah Ocean
I really liked Elijah at Nectar’s Wednesday night. I bought his CD and here is the title song. I really like the PossumHas song and thought it would fit nicely between Elijah and Linda. Linda will be working with lots of musicians on the Rock Lotto thing they are doing at Club Metronome on Saturday. Lots of musicians get paired up and create a new band for a day. They write some songs and play them that night. The whole thing is a benefit for Girls Rock Vermont (which they so do). Hmmm, the Cush. Recently Burlington lost one of the greats when Bob, Beano, Parker passed away. This set is for him and everyone who enjoyed his music.
5.) Gas And Oil – Gas And Oil 6.) Weapons Factory – The Wards 7.) Searching To Destroy – Kiki’s Lost Nation
Christopher Dorian Alley played with the Wards and KLN is his band. He was at the tribute to Beano at The Monkey House last week, while I was doing my show. WF is classic Burlington and Gas And Oil rocked hard the few times I saw them. Next up, it’s time for the next song on Maximum Soul Power.
8.) Black And Red – ROUGH FRANCIS 9.) Fat Tracey – Cameo Harlot 10.) Mary – Plan B
Back to the shimmering with Plan B. Cameo always rock and so do RF. It’s time for me to head over to Manhattan Pizza and Pub to see Black Rabbit and Wave of the Future. If you show up, it will sound like this.
11.) Neighborhood – Black Rabbit 12.) One Point Twenty-one Giga Giga Watt – Wave Of The Future
Song After – Crucifix Corner – Fish
This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog, https://timstriangletribune.wordpress.com.