Episode 182
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Episode 182 of Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald's?.
Henry Rollins - KCRW
Henry Rollins - KCRW
Henry Rollins
KCRW Broadcast 616
Fanatic! I hope your week was great. No, really! I know. Things have been kind of mind-blowing and draining as of late. This is one of the reasons we gather a bunch of music together every week to neutralize what came at us days before. Don’t look at the list just yet. We have, as you were warned last week about, a tremendous second hour with Joy Division’s 1978 Arrow Studios RCA Sessions. The songs go by so fast. I was listening to them last night and it’s a great album. Cool new/newish records we’re checking out tracks from Body Double, Beechwood, the Bobby Lees, TV Smith, Lamps, Osees, Pumice and Richard Rose. I’ve heard tell that people are finally getting their Osees Weirdo Hairdo vinyl. I hope mine is at the mail pick up place I’ll be going by today. I took my first listen to Panther Rotate on vinyl last night. Looking forward to getting into that one again soon, there’s a lot to hear. I sometimes get a little concerned that we slow things down a little with playing an entire record but now and then, I think it’s worth it. I choose sparingly. Many years ago, a radio joke was that DJs would put on Dark Side Of The Moon so they could have a smoke break. That’s not what’s happening here! We hope you like the show. Have a great weekend, what’s left of it, prepare yourself for yet another “eventful” week that will be taught in classes for centuries to come and STAY FANATIC!!! –– Henry
The Deadpod
The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 1/22/21
It's a new year but I've decided to go *way* back for some primal Dead on this week's Deadpod. This comes to us from January 17th, 1968 at the Carousel Ballroom in San Francisco. What a treasure of early/classic tunes we have here! Now I'll admit, the sound is sometimes muddy and the vocals are at times less than clear.. however give the age and provinance of this recording I thought it very worth listening to and hope you enjoy it as well. Some of the highlights of course are Pigpen on the Lovelight, and check out the fast pacing throughout. Jerry sounds so different on China Cat! I always love hearing the old 'New Potato Caboose' and 'Born Cross-eyed', but what is probably the highlight is the great almost 16 minute 'Spanish Jam'. The sound is psychedelic throughout, and if you can overlook the flaws I think you will enjoy this return to some of the roots of our favorite band! Grateful Dead Carousel Ballroom San Francisco, CA 1/17/68 - Wednesday One Turn On Your Love Light [15:22] % Dark Star [#4:48] > China Cat Sunflower [4:04] > The Eleven [10:01] > New Potato Caboose [8:30] > Born Cross-Eyed [2:34] > Spanish Jam [15:47] Two Beat It On Down The Line [2:52] ; Morning Dew [7:43] ; Cryptical Envelopment > The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment [10:05] ; Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [13:49] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod012221.mp3 Thanks for your kind support of the Deadpod! ... and leave it on!
1 hr 37 min
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