By email@example.com on February 25, 2022
This week’s show was originally going to be another in the series of “odds and ends” episodes where I air tracks from some record I’ve either recently acquired or pulled out of the archives to give a listen. Unfortunately, the deaths of two great rockers changed those plans. Mark Lanegan is in my opinion the most artistic of all of the grunge-era lead vocalists. While the vast majority of his brethren rarely travelled out of their safe zone, Lanegan was a musical shape shifter throughout his entire career. There was simply not a genre he wouldn’t attempt, nor did it seem like he ever said no to a collaborator. The first half of the show consists of long sets devoted to his solo career and also a taste of those collaborations. Then just a couple of hours before showtime came the news that Downliners Scet leader Don Craine had also passed away. Never heard of the Sect? You’re loss. Please go do some research after listening to tonight’s show. The set dedicated to him not only includes some of the great tracks of their mid-60s glory years but also a couple of great collaborations with Billy Childish. Filling up the […]
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 28, 2014
Two hours of rare music found on various blogs.
Posted in art attacks, blaire bitch project, cheap trick, doughboys, friggs, grand champeen, hitmen, holly golightly, london cowboys, love me nots, mark lanegan, maybellines, music, nimrods, nozems, pipeline pete, Podcast, pristeens, rachael gordon, realpunkradio, replacements, rolling stones, sand rubies, Scott Hudson, screaming lord sutch, scruffy the cat, slickee boys, thee headcoatees
By email@example.com on December 23, 2012
Friday was the punk rock Christmas show; today is dedicated to blues, Americana, and other more laid-back genres.
Posted in Americana, baby jane, buffalo killers, Christmas, chuck berry, clyde lasley, country, danny barnes, decemberists, dropkick murphys, Eddie Cochran, evan johns, guadalcanal diary, jerry lee lewis, jimmy reed, kay martin, loretta lynn, mark lanegan, music, otis gibbs, paul bain, paul kelly, Podcast, realpunkradio, sabres, Scott Hudson, scott miller, titus turner
By firstname.lastname@example.org on December 22, 2012
Besides talking about the St. Paul Graham Parker concert Scott saw earlier this week, tonight is all about punk rock Christmas songs. For the 3rd straight year, Hudson ignores the sentimental garbage and piles on the edgier side of the holidays.
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By email@example.com on December 14, 2012
It’s an expanded episode of Live Ledge this week, as Hudson plays tracks from his “40 Best Albums of 2012″ list.
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By firstname.lastname@example.org on September 16, 2012
All new releases today, bracketed by covers of White Light/White Heat from the Lawless soundtrack.
Posted in aimee mann, Americana, avett brothers, bill fay, bob dylan, calexico, ian hunter, indie, juliana hatfield, kinks, mark lanegan, music, patterson hood, Podcast, ralph stanley, ry cooder, talk, trypes, waxahatchee