WOODY RADIO DJ MIKE SHOW #34, 10/16/2018

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Some weeks are tougher than others. It seems like I’ve been plagued by little technical difficulties all week, and one big one. Unfortunately, the big one happened right in the middle of this week’s show! About halfway through, my broadcast computer suddenly went dead. Kaput. Fini. So I simply rebooted it, and soldiered on, picking up right where I left off. Fortunately, also thanks to today’s technology, I was able to piece the audio back together for this podcast–and you won’t be able to tell where it broke.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking–now you’re going to try to figure out where I patched the show back up. Go ahead, listen, and let me know. And your reward: you’ll get to hear tons of great music in the process. (Full disclosure: you probably will be able to tell, because I comment on it after we come back from the outage.)

We debuted a brand new track from a brand new band, Leafy Seadragon. This band is a Mystery Lawn Records supergroup featuring Allen Clapp and Alison Levy. It’s a great, soulful first single from their forthcoming album, and it wouldn’t sound out of place on The Imperial Sound’s debut record (which we also played on the show). And to give Leafy Seadragon the royal welcome to Woody Radio, I placed it right smack dab in the middle of one of my patented oddball segues: we went from Ass Ponys to Leafy Seadragon to Cheap Trick in just two moves! I also think that Tish Hinojosa and Frank Black have probably never been played back to back before, so that might be a first for radio. And finally, in the overtime segment (you are aware that we do overtime, yes?), we sandwiched an unsuspecting Sarah Stanley between Grateful Dead and Dave Edmunds. Crazy segues that actually work–that’s what we’re all about. Enjoy the show!

And when you’re doing enjoying the music on my show, give a listen to any of the other Woody Radio DJ’s shows. They’re as passionate and knowledgeable about music as anyone I’ve ever heard, and that enthusiasm is likely to rub off on you too.

Artist | Title | Album
Echo and the Bunnymen | Make Us Blind | Siberia
Lou Reed | Romeo Had Juliette | New York
Walker Brigade | Choker | Therapy Animal
Three Minute Tease | Love Is Onion | Three Minute Tease
Chris Church | Be My Nuisance | Limitations Of Source Tape
Ass Ponys | Little Bastard | Little Bastard
Leafy Seadragon | Disagree to Disagree | Leafy Seadragon
Cheap Trick | Big Eyes | 1977-In Color
Blake Babies | Grateful | Earwig Demos
Jet Electro (feat. Lil Shynee) | Cool | The Fowl Tone Sampler
Translator | Everywhere That I’m Not | Translation
Iggy Pop | Something Wild | Brick by Brick
Elk City | Ride The Slide | Everybody’s Insecure
Kevin Seconds | Forever Try | Don’t Let Me Lose Ya
John Hiatt | Tennessee Plates | Slow Turning
Emily Zuzik Band | You Want to Go Out Tonight? | The Wild Joys of Living
Sean O’Brien | Final Say | Risk Profile
Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians | The Yip Song | Respect
The Well Wishers | In Another Life | A View From Above
Diplomats Of Solid Sound | El Corazon Negro | Instrumental Action Soul
Matt North | Come Here Go Away | Above Ground Fools
Tish Hinojosa | Faded Souvenir | Sign Of Truth
Frank Black | St. Francis Dam Disaster | Dog In the Sand
The JAC | I Play All The Instruments | Faux Pas
DC Cardwell | Peace And Love | Some Hope
Luna | Chinatown | 3 Stories
Cracker | Happy Birthday To Me | Cracker
The Imperial Sound | I Feel Strange | The New AM
Rob Bonfiglio | Blow Me Away | Bring On The Happy
Plasticsoul | Therapy | Therapy
Felsen | Lorazepam | I Dont Know How to Talk Anymore
Bay City Rollers | Turn On The Radio (Single Version) | Bay City Rollers: The Definitive Collection
Arrica Rose & the …’s | Whole Lotta Lows | Low as the Moon
Sunshine Boys | Save It For A Windy Day | Blue Music
Byron Isaacs | Daddy’s Farm | Disappearing Man
My Little Hum | Chicken Song | Remembering Houses
Victor Sotelo | Slow Reprise | Homeland Insecurities
Lannie Flowers | The One | March To Home
Jody Porter | In the Beginning… | Pacifier
Mad Tea Party | I Never Was A Cool One | Found A Reason
Nick Lowe | One’s Too Many (And A Hundred Ain’t Enough) | Nick The Knife
The Melismatics | Close 2 The Vest | Rising Tide
Julian Cope | Greedhead Detector | 20 Mothers
The Bobbleheads | Turn The Radio On (The Perfect Song) | Make Yourself Happy
Nirvana | On A Plain | Nevermind
Grateful Dead | Hell In A Bucket | In The Dark
Sarah Stanley | Tuesday Girl | Tuesday Girl
Dave Edmunds | Girls Talk | Repeat When Necessary
The Vulgar Boatmen | Drive Somewhere | You and Your Sister
Terese Taylor | I’m Here | Good Luck Investigationship

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