The Ledge #473: This and That
By email@example.com on April 30, 2021
A few weeks ago, I experimented with a show that didn’t really have a theme. It consisted of nothing but songs and/or albums I had been listening to around the house. Apparently plenty of listeners enjoyed this show, as I received a number of encouraging messages, so I guess it’s now sort of a “non-theme” that I’m going to try to do at least once a month. So that’s what you’re experiencing on this week’s show. These are all records I’ve been playing around the house the last couple of weeks. Included are excerpts from two giant box sets of important works by John Lennon and The Who that came out just last week. There’s an attempt to prove a theory that Gang of Four influenced Credit In Heaven, the third album of the Suburbs. There’s a few records I pulled out of the archives for the first time in years, along with some great new finds at the used store. And there’s also a set of two great new releases that came out today! Brad Marino’s latest, Looking For Trouble, is every bit as great as expected, and fellow Rum Bar Records artist The Nuclears put out a smoking […]
Posted in big star, brad marino, dylan, flamin' groovies, lennon, music, Podcast, Scott Hudson, suburbs, the connection, the fall, the feelies, The Ledge, the nuclears, the who
Live Ledge #187: Freedom
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 20, 2015
Nothing but songs about freedom and employment, and freedom from employment!
Posted in a-bones, alex chilton, buzzcocks, carlene carter, clash, creation, dead bundy, delinquents, devo, downliners sect, dramarama, dwarves, elvis costello, godfathers, graham parker, jello biafra, jimmie rodgers, john wesley harding, kinks, lou reed, merle haggard, music, mystic eyes, natural child, newtown neurotics, nils, Podcast, prime movers, rave-ups, realpunkradio, replacements, rolling stones, ryan adams, Scott Hudson, son volt, talk, the who, tim timebomb, todd snider, young fresh fellows
Rural Ledge-ucation #52: Tax Deductible
By email@example.com on April 15, 2012
Nothing but songs about taxes and the government on this awful day where only accountants are happy.
Posted in bad religion, beatles, billy bragg, byrds, Cannibals, cheap trick, f.u.2, indie, johnny cash, johnny paycheck, kinks, mendoza line, music, music machine, nils, Podcast, realpunkradio, robert cray, Scott Hudson, sharon jones, spoon, talk, talking heads, tax, ten years after, the jam, the who, todd snider, unknowns
The Ledge #89: High On Stress
By firstname.lastname@example.org on April 4, 2012
Minneapolis roots-rockers High On Stress are interviewed and they also picked this week’s tunes!
Posted in big star, elliott smith, foo fighters, high on stress, indie, jets to brazil, johnny cash, minneapolis, music, nirvana, Podcast, realpunkradio, replacements, Scott Hudson, slim dunlap, talk, the beatles, the who, they might be giants, tommy keene, whiskeytown