Today's show is all about awesome cover songs. I'll be playing the original recording (or at least as close to the original as I have) followed by the awesome cover version. Enjoy!
These are the points of unity for the entire collective, reflecting the ideas that inform our organizing work.
Since it's two days before Christmas, I figured it's okay to play some holiday music. Here are some arrangements that won't be played on any other station in Richmond or beyond!
I have a pile of new-to-me CDs that have been waiting to be heard, so over the past couple of weeks, I've been listening. Today's show is mostly those new-to-me recordings. Enjoy!
Radio Thrift Shop is a low-tech, warts-n-all, freeform celebration & exploration of music from the last century of recorded sound and music in all genres ... including 78s, reel to reels, cassettes, 8 tracks, vinyl records and even endangered cds. Each week we explore an ecclectic blend of music released between 1900 +/- and next week
The new music shelves are bursting at the seams, so I thought it might be time to do another on-the-fly-this-looks-interesting show. Enjoy!
Interview with Jim Goettler about the upcoming opportunity for non-profits to apply for new low power fm licenses.
By Alex Hundert - Narrative Resistance
Austerity, by cutting public spending, makes more people poor and makes life harder for those already impoverished. In order to maintain control over an increasingly impoverished and alienated population, along with austerity inherently comes increased criminalization of the poor accompanied by increased militarization of the state’s security system. Hence in this country for example, along with omnibus austerity budgets we get omnibus crime bills which together drastically reshape the state for the age of austerity.
Wrap-up of the past weeks news with Geov Parrish and Maria Tomchick of Eat the State!
في سياق أزمات الرأسمالية , توسع نطاق الثورات الشعبية في السنوات
الأخيرة . في مصر , أخذت الثورة بعدا ثوريا بوقوفها في وجه مبارك . لكنها
واجهت دينامية الثورة المضادة للفاشية الدينية منذ البداية .
That girl, the one without the name. The one just like us. The one whose battered body stood for all the anonymous women in this country whose r...
Songs From The Big Hair: Aired 12/22/2012 on WRIR 97.3 FM Richmond
King Crimson- Neurotica
Bill Nelson's Red Noise- A Better Home in the Phantom Zone
The Chameleons- A Person Isn't Safe Anywhere Anymore
The Waterboys- The Madness Is Here Again
Scraping Foetus off the Wheel- Throne of Agony
Birthday Party- Mr. Clarinet
Bill Bruford- Gothick 17
Tin Machine- Under the God
N.W.A.- If it Ain't Ruff
Bill Laswell- The Work Song
Sonic Youth- I'm Insane
Heart- Rockin' Heaven Down
Blue Aeroplanes- Love Comes 'Round
Minutemen- Maybe Partying Will Help
New York Gong- Materialism
Grace Jones- Love is the Drug
Oingo Boingo- When The Lights Go Out
David Lindley & El Rayo X- Papa Was a Rolling Stone
Gary Numan- Conversation
The Stranglers- Sweet Smell of Success
Originally aired on WRIR 97.3 FM Richmond 12/22/2012
Helium- Len's Space Song
John Cale & Terry Riley- Soul of Patrick Lee
Hi Fiction Science- Private Sorrow
July- You Missed it All
Gentle Giant- Isn't it Cold and Quiet?
Stevie Wonder- You Ain't Done Nothing
Godley & Creme- Foreign Accents
Sparks- Thank God it's Not Christmas
Can- Little Star of Bethlehem
Love Kills Theory- Vacuum Space
Cary Grace- Sternenzelt
NEU!- E Musik
Planet Gong- Floating Anarchy
Ici Maintenants- Dinosaur Kebab
Roxy Music- Editions of You
Spirit- Space Child
Debs McCoy- Three Hours
Pink Floyd- Astronomy Domine
Ambrosia- Time Waits for No Man
Alan Parsons- (The System of) Dr. Tarr & Prof. Fether
The mission of One Minute Zine Reviews is to highlight the DIY world of print publications (aka the papernet) that thrives in the digital age. This program is free to rebroadcast on any terrestrial, internet, satellite, or other radio station upon notification of DJ Frederick
This week, a sample of some of the best reissues to come out in 2012, featuring discoveries and old favourites.
Radio Outlet is a one-hour radio program produced and hosted by Lee Rosevere, playing music from his personal collection. Many genres, eras and styles of music are represented, with many surprises as well.
America's political process is lawless, corrupt and dysfunctional. Fiscal cliff hype, noise and theater continue. Destroying fundamental civil society social protections aren't mentioned.
Congressional/administration hype, theater, gamesmanship, brinksmanship, and duplicity define year-end fiscal cliff discussions.