WOODY RADIO DJ MIKE SHOW #71, 8/27/2019

Sometimes it’s just nice to see a picture of a fish taco.
I just had a weird, fun idea, but I should have started it about 71 episodes ago. It came to me because I took a look at this week’s playlist, and noticed that there were 56 tracks on this show, and that this happened to be episode #71 of my show. So here’s the thought–I should play the amount of tracks equivalent to the episode number. Meaning that for show #1, play one song. Show #2: play two songs. That would probably have been really hard to schedule, however, because the first show would have been about 4 minutes long–and probably wouldn’t have had much of a following. A show like this week’s, however, would have run quite a bit longer than my now semi-customary two sets of overtime. And imagine what happens when I get to show #1000–which will happen someday. Might take three full days to do that show, and I might annoy people–you, the other Woody Radio DJs, and even me.

So all that was pretty silly, but it does make me realize just how much music we are allowed to pack into each show here at Woody Radio. 56 tracks of excellent music, in one 3 hour 30 minute show, is kind of astounding. But we have no commercial or station breaks, and I don’t ever have to fade down any tracks. So I just keep going. I try to represent a wide variety of music from across the rock ‘n’ roll spectrum on my shows.

When I started here at Woody Radio back in November, 2017, I was given a 3 hour time slot. However–I’m so poor at planning my time, that I’ve ended up going into overtime nearly every single week. And not just a single set of overtime, but double overtime, folks! Check it out–when you see my show running about 3 hours and 30 minutes, that means that I’ve failed as a radio producer. Well, failed to stop playing music at 11:00 p.m. Pacific, that is. I hope you don’t mind. That usually means an extra 7 or 8 songs, late at night, to give you a proper sendoff.

All that said, give a listen for an example of what this all sounds like. And enjoy!

Artist | Title | Album
Sue Leonard | Who Wrote This Book On Love | Leonardville
Wade Johnson | When Will It End | When Will It End
The Mighty Lemon Drops | Inside Out | Young, Gifted, And Black Country
Rachel Taylor Brown | Little Gyre | Run Tiny Human
Jointpop | Monday Morning Love Situation | Single release
Lannie Flowers | James Bond Theme | Songs. Bond Songs: The Music Of 007
Poplord | Kill Me | The Fowl Tone Sampler
Tina Lie | Twilight Hour | Free Enough To Fall
The Larry Kelly Five | Hotel Man | LK5
Don Hawkins | To Be Kind | Stutter Step
R Stevie Moore | The Winner | Afterlife
Susan Greenbaum | Run to Me | Wake Up!
The Cherry Bluestorms | Brighter Days | Whirligig!
Material Issue | What Girls Want | Destination Universe
The Judybats | Incredible Bittersweet | Pain Makes You Beautiful
The Lilacs | Shadow of Doubt | The Lilacs Endure
Agony Aunts | Cool Fresh Nights | Big Cinnamon
Sally’s Six-Gun Sorrow | Have Another Drink On Me | Single release
Amoeba Teen | Like A Hit To The Head | Medium Wave
Death Of Samantha | Conviction | If Memory Serves Us Well
Bettie Serveert | Palomine | Palomine
Natalie Cortez & the Ultra Violets | She’s Better | Stupid Fresh Or Stupid Bad
Trip Wire | Had Enough | Once & Always
The Church | Metropolis | Gold Afternoon Fix
Elk City | No Depth | Everybody’s Insecure
The Rubinoos | January | From Home
Chuck Prophet | Willie Mays Is Up at Bat | Temple Beautiful
The Armoires | Alesandra 619 | Zibaldone
Bill Lloyd | Yesterday | Working The Long Game
The Bobbleheads | Like Oxygen | Myths And Fables
Lou Reed | Sick Of You | New York
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop | Christmas Sale | The Underground Garden
The Fifth Dimension | Workin’ On A Groovy Thing | Ultimate 5th Dimension
Drunken Prayer | Cordelia | Cordelia Elsewhere
Handcuffs | Wonderful Life | Electroluv
Richard X. Heyman | Until Now | Pop Circles
Jason Berk | Changes By The Day | Everything Old Is New Again
R.E.M. | Can’t Get There from Here | Fables of the Reconstruction
Blake Babies | Boiled Potato | Earwig Demos
The Decibels | Big Hits | Big Hits! (Plus Twelve More)
Danny Wilkerson | Carry The One | Wilkerson
Sunshine Boys | Caroline Yes | Blue Music
Matt North | Miss Communication | Above Ground Fools
Jules Shear | Listen To What She Says | Healing Bones
Sparklejet | Somewhere Along The Way | Phonovella
Steve Barton | Gimme Your Hand | Tall Tales And Alibis – album 3
Sex 66 | Numb | Grew Up Down
Felsen | Rock and Roll’s Not Dead | I Dont Know How to Talk Anymore
NRBQ | Green Lights | At Yankee Stadium
Disturbed Furniture | Hit or a Miss | Continuous Pleasures
Crowded House | It’s Only Natural | Woodface
Girls on Grass | Father Says Why | Girls on Grass
Bellygunner | The Decision | Machine Gun Built For Two
Frank Black | Jaina Blues | Show Me Your Tears
Jackson Browne | Doctor My Eyes | Saturate Before Using

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