Woody Radio DJ Mike Show #11, 3/20/2018

This week’s show was a mix of old and new. We debuted a track from Michael Simmons’ forthcoming solo debut album, First Days of Summer! Mike’s known for his bands Sparkle*jets u.k. and Popdudes. He’s an amazing vocalist and versatile musician, and this album is a tour de force through a whole spectrum of upbeat, bright pop music. We’ll dig into it more in coming weeks. Speaking of upbeat pop, we heard another track from the Bottle Kids’ upcoming release. And amongst the new stuff, we didn’t forget our musical forebears. We made sure to play The Who, Peter Murphy–and a really cool track from Right Said Fred that’s not I’m Too Sexy!

You know who’s really lucky? Me, that’s who! Woody Radio entrusts me with a few hours of airtime every week to play whatever music I want, and I make the most of my time. I mean, really, I squeezed in over 50 songs! And you know who else plays whatever they want? All the other great DJs at Woody Radio. I am constantly amazed and entertained whenever I listen to my colleagues’ shows. Their depth of musical knowledge is stunning, and the variety that you’ll hear on our station is breathtaking. So tune in anytime, and prepare to hear something great! Meanwhile, enjoy this week’s show.

Artist | Song | Album
Sexfresh | True | Vacancy
The Shindig Addicts | Not Long Now | Single release
Peter Murphy | Deep Ocean Vast Sea | Deep
Sparklejet | Her Cuts Bleed | Phonovella
The Darling Buds | Fall | Crawdaddy
Liz Phair | 6’1″ | Exile in Guyville
Right Said Fred | Deeply Dippy | Up
Kat Jones | Those Expensive Eyes | La Rosa, La Calavera
Agony Aunts | Cool Fresh Nights | Big Cinnamon
Jimmy Catlett | The Big Beat | The Big Beat
The Mike Brown Band | Pay | Single release
Piramid Scheme | Regular Guy | Get Rich Quick Too
Lisa Mychols | I Go Wild | Single release
Baby Scream | The Last Call | Secret Place
Dwight Yoakam | The Late Great Golden State | Population Me
The Bobbleheads | Turn The Radio On (The Perfect Song) | Make Yourself Happy
Maxi Dunn | Tuxedo Cat | Edmund & Leo
Michael Simmons | Do Your Best to Care | First Days of Summer
Celsi Bragg & Maitland | The Second Summer Of Love | The Road To Glasgow
Steve Barton | The Day My Baby Went Blind | Tall Tales And Alibis – Album 3
Mark’s Men | Where Were You Last Night | The Fowl Tone Sampler
Frank Black | If It Takes All Night | Dog In the Sand
Kevin Seconds | Forever Try | Don’t Let Me Lose Ya
The Clash | Ivan Meets G.I. Joe | Sandinista! Disc 1
Juliana Hatfield | Lost and Saved | Hey Babe
Dead Heart Bloom | Sentimental Cures | Strange Waves
Maple Mars | The Excursion | Galaxyland
Richard X. Heyman | Miss Shenandoah Martin | Incognito
Lannie Flowers | C’mon Over | Circles
Banjo Bones | Your Medicine Is Bad | Cowboy Dreams
Chuck Prophet | He Came from So Far Away (Red Man Speaks) | Temple Beautiful
Blotto | The B Side | 7 Inches & Other Delights
Desario | Wayside | III
Jody Porter | By Your Side | Pacifier
Terese Taylor | Hermit | Good Luck Investigationship
The Bottle Kids | Back When We Were Young | Let Me In On This Action
Anton Barbeau | Mumble Something | Natural Causes
The The | Slow Emotion Replay | Dusk
Duncan Faure | Lies and Promises | 4
Chris Church | Something Completely | Limitations Of Source Tape
Dennis Holseybrook | Uh-Oh! Uh-Oh! | Merry-Go-Round
Richard Thompson | Read About Love | Rumor And Sigh
Laurie Larson | Corporate Chew Toy | A Striking Resemblance
The Who | I Need You | A Quick One
The JAC | Jackson | Drugs Trucks & Jesus
Edward Rogers | She’s the One | TV Generation
Gene Loves Jezebel | Summertime | Dance Underwater
Lindy LaFontaine | I Might Not Love You | Single release
Uncle Tupelo | Graveyard Shift | 89/93: An Anthology
Poplord | Kill Me | The Fowl Tone Sampler
Adam Marsland | Mau Ke Mana | Bule
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop | Here Comes the Bus | The Underground Garden
Identical Suns | E.M.I.L.Y. | Identical Suns


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