it's yr man
just monday morning
no big whoop.
get loose people.
it's now or never.
- baby d
Indie Pop, Twee, General Good Vibes
Sam & DJ Double D
Tonight's Lowider cover courtesyof Drunken Boat. It's actually good. And then a good night of blues, jazz, new age, hip hop, and more. Plus the usual witticisms and forms of shooting the proverbial shit that #WhamBamSam and #DJDoubleD get into.
International, Classical, Eclectic, Electronic, Jazz, Rock, Punk, Hiphop, Experimental, Brazilian, African, Oldies, Fado, Dubstep.
Electronic, Experimental, art pop, lo-fi
The sea and the sky.
Image: Giant Squid's Metridium Fields cover.
It's John Cale's birthday today, born March 9 1942, so I'll spin at least a couple classic tracks, some related sounds, and a few surprises.
JD Esquire & Rich Blackmarr
Host Rich Blackmarr presents the concluding Part 2 of an archive show featuring blues recordings that were released in the year 1958. Chess recording artists Howlin' Wolf and Jimmy Rogers were at the height of their craft. Eli Toscano's Cobra Records was turning out blues gems by Magic Sam, Harold Burrage, Willie Dixon, and others. Chicago's Jimmy Reed and Nashville's Gene Allison were recording for Vee-Jay and Elmore James was cutting sides for Chief. For Houston's Duke label Larry Davis laid down the classic "Texas Flood." In the SF Bay Area pianist/singer Little Willie Littlefield cut tunes for Don Barksdale's Rhythm label. Excello and Goldband in Lousiana were turning out fine blues by Arthur Gunter, Lightnin' Slim, Roscoe Shelton, Hop Wilson, and Clarence Garlow. In this show, as in the preceding one on February 9th, we'll visit these and other blues oriented R&B artists. Surprise appearances from Little Esther, Jimmy Rushing, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, and the Coasters. Check it out!
sound, noise, drone, popular song structure
Classical, Jazz, Blues, Experimental, Poetry & Literature