Radio Show 136 Thursday November 19, 2015 9-11PM Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG
Words by Tim Lewis.
I just got back from my local music radio show on internet only WBKM.org. I played a lot of classic Burlington music, but mixed in a few newer songs too.
lined up before the show:
Moonlight In Vermont – Willie Nelson Gift Shop – The Tragically Hip
Song before: Essence – The Church Band
From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s a drizzly rainy night in Burlington and oddly warm for this late in November. Tonight I want to start with the second band I ever saw live. They opened for the Ramones at the Flynn Theater. My friend Christopher Larrow just got a turntable that can rip mp3’s so now I have a copy of this album to play. This is one of those songs that just randomly pops into my head now and then. I hope you enjoy!
1.) Hold Me Tight – The Decentz 2.) You Don’t Like Me, Do Ya? – Pinhead 3.) Wally Rides The Ferry – Zoot Wilson 4.) Every Time I Hear That Mellow Saxophone – Big Joe Burrell & The Unknown Blues Band
Big Joe passed away a few years back, and has a wonderful statue on Church st, but the band are around and playing tonight at Nectar’s to help celebrate the clubs 40th birthday. A lot of great music has been played in that room. OK, it’s time to play the last song on No Need To Beg. I hope you have enjoyed listening to all of those songs as much as I have.
Great song from the Central Vermont band. Everyone loved to go see Emily play whenever Strung Out performed. Another classic from Decentz. Another great song from Phil Yates. I will be off next week, since it’s Thanksgiving, but the week after I will have to find a new album to play all the way through. This next set should be fun. It’s about girls clubs and boys clubs and motorcycles.
I love that song about wishing he was a motorcycle and could go where he wants. Well sung Eric Olsen. Motorcycle and Girls Club are from Twee Blues, the album Colin just sent me. Thanks! There are some fun songs on that album. Boys Club is a classic from Peg about the anger that comes from being excluded because of race or sex or whatever. When you think about it the best way to fight terrorism is not with guns and bombs but to make everyone included and feel valued and have a hope of a decent life. It’s really not that hard to figure out. This next song is something that I have had for months on vinyl but have not been able to play for you, since we play all music files at the station. Thanks for ripping the MP3 for this one Chris!!!
Seth and the band played a killer show last week at Nectar’s to help WBKM celebrate its birthday. Joe Moore started the night on solo sax and tossed in a nice cover of Heart Of Gold. Seth played a solo set of Neil Young songs. He began with After The Gold Rush and closed with My My Hey Hey. The full band came on after and opened with Hey Hey My My and played tons of classics, including a killer version of Cowgirl. I was just thinking of the show The Cush played last year at Arts Riot, where they sold me their killer new album. That is the lead off song. Great song from Francis!!! OK, let’s keep rocking.
I love mixing something so old like Compared with something so new like Fault. I thought they sounded quite nice together. I’m still impatiently waiting for the next Siberians album. Great song that likely will be on that album. Killer song from Dirtminers. It’s been drizzly and rainy all night and feels a little bit like this.
I’m so glad there is one candidate for President talking about the need to create a world where people don’t want to be terrorists, rather than dealing with the repercussions afterwards. Bernie has been doing it for decades. Plan and Alice Austin sure sum up the mood of the evening. Since I have a bit of an international commentary going, I thought this would be fun to play.
23.) Attempt No Landing Aria – Mailbox 24.) Micronesia – Mailbox 25.) TFAY – Elephants of Scotland
I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s not do it next week but rather spend Thanksgiving with our families and not shopping. Let’s do it the week after that, and the week after that…
Song after dedicated to all the racist sentiment and fear about Syrian refugees: The Perception Of Johnny Punter – Fish
Lined up after:
Map Of The World Part 1 – jane siberry Usual Plays In Heaven/Be Kind And Talk To Me – Active Heed Down By The River/Like A Hurricane – Real Old & Insane Donkey I Talk To The Wind – King Crimson 4 Minutes->The Tide Is Turning – Roger Waters Empire Of The Clouds – Iron Maiden Siberian Khatru – Yes (official) La Villa Strangiato – RUSH Where The Streets Have No Name – U2 Afraid Of Sunlight – Marillion Orange Like Water – The Cush Hello Earth->The Morning Fog – Kate Bush The Awful Ache – The Church Ball Of Confusion – Love And Rockets Letter From The 21st – Jeremy Gilchrist You’ll Be The Sky – Kat Wright & The Indomitable Soul Band New York My Lovely – Joshua Glass Music regular programming.
This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog, https://timstriangletribune.wordpress.com.