Woody Radio DJ Mike Show #8, 2/6/2018

DjMikeWoodyRadioFebruary is here. In the grand scheme of things, it kind of gets the short end of the stick. It’s only 28 days long, and sometimes, in an effort to throw it a bone, the rest of the months pitch in to give it an extra day. People even forget how to pronounce it–yes, the first “r” is not silent–it is definitely meant to be heard.

So here’s what we do: we need to give February the respect it deserves. We can start by getting the most out of it. We need to get done in 28 days what it takes other months to do in 30 or 31.

I tried to do my part with this most recent show. I squeezed 50(!) songs into about 3 hours and 15 minutes. If that’s not efficient (and fun), I don’t know what is! We got to hear a couple of brand new songs for 2018 by Cootes Paradise and Anton Barbeau, a ton of music from the year just finished, and some odd tracks from classic rock artists such as The Who, John Hiatt, and The Beatles.

This is going to be a great month, and a great year. New music continues to come in. And Woody Radio keeps growing and getting better–more new DJs, more new shows. Our station has quite a wealth of amazing, fun, knowledgeable radio personalities. It’s a musical oasis, and we’d love it if you’d come hang out with us and stay for a while. Enjoy the show!

Artist | Song | Album
Robyn Hitchock | Unsettled | Globe of Frogs
Fearless Vampire Killers | Fearless Vampire Killers | Fearless Vampire Killers
Arrica Rose & the …’s | When You’re Gone | Low as the Moon
The Orange Peels | Grey Holiday | Sun Moon
Elvis Costello | 13 Steps Lead Down | Brutal Youth
Cootes Paradise | Everything Is Broken | Cootes Paradise
Edward Rogers | She’s the One | TV Generation
The Red Button | I Could Get Used to You | She’s About to Cross My Mind
Rockpile | Poor Jenny | Seconds Of Pleasure
The Who | Run Run Run | A Quick One
Lisa Said | Regular Guy | Estranged
Anton Barbeau | Disambiguation | Natural Causes
Blake Babies | Grateful | Earwig Demos
Banjo Bones | Your Medicine Is Bad | Cowboy Dreams
The Scratch | Destroyed By The Look of Love | Mad Dogs and Englishness
Jody Porter | When You Were Mine | Pacifier
Lisa Mychols | I Go Wild | Single release
The Clash | Up in Heaven (Not Only Here) | Sandinista!
NRBQ | Start It Over | Ridin’ In My Car
Richie Havens | Freedom (Live Woodstock Version with additional stage dialogue) | Woodstock Music From The Original Soundtrack And More, Vol. 1
My Little Hum | Rise Over Run | Remembering Houses
Lannie Flowers | Where Does Love Go | Circles
John Wesley Harding | Kiss Me, Miss Liberty | John Wesley Harding’s New Deal
Sarah Stanley | When I Lose My Heart | Tuesday Girl
Plasticsoul | Keeping a Light On | Therapy
Fun of the Pier | Cavern Song | 14:42
Duncan Faure | Back to the Day | 4
Maple Mars | Add The Numbers | Galaxyland
Sparklejet | Message to My Ear | Beyond the Beyond
Frank Black | Old Black Dawning | Frank Black
Sexfresh | Dilemma | Vacancy
Agony Aunts | Cool Fresh Nights | Big Cinnamon
Matt North | A Good Day In Nashville | Above Ground Fools
The Beatles | Fixing a Hole (Take 3) | Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band [50th Anniversary Edition 2 CD] Disc 2
Popdudes | Neglected | Book
Jason Berk | Changes By The Day | Everything Old Is New Again
Gene Loves Jezebel | IZITME | Dance Underwater
Girls on Grass | Father Says Why | Girls on Grass
Richard X. Heyman | Miss Shenandoah Martin | Incognito
Chris Church | Bell The Cat | Limitations Of Source Tape
Tap | Next Time | Unknown Title
John Hiatt | Uncommon Connection | Beneath This Gruff Exterior
Clay Howard | Never Give It Away | Who The Hell Is Clay Howard
Gail George | He’s an Exclamation! | Follow Your Bliss
The American Professionals | WMPMS | Sympathetic Overdrive
The Smithereens | I Don’t Want to Lose You | Especially for You
The Ks | 13 Steps | Can’t Get it Together
Freedy Johnston | Love Grows | Right Between The Promises
The Catbirds | Who’s Sorry Now | Catbirds Say Yeah
Heiskell | Lullaby For The Self Absorbed | Emotional Terrorism


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