Kicking back and delivering the music to you.
In my ongoing effort to catch up with posting my backlog of shows, I present to you: the October 1st edition of my “Tuesday Night Radio Show With No Name”! Yes, yes, that’s a whole lot of name for a show with no name, but so it goes. This episode had a few defining characteristics. A month late, I played what is perhaps the first, and only holiday song written for Labor Day! Not quite enough to go out Labor Day caroling yet–we’ll need some more songs like this, but it’s a very good start, from William Cleere and the Marvelous Fellas (Bill Cleere backed by The Corner Laughers). Later on, we did the world’s first “Floyd-Lloyd” one-two punch–Pink Floyd, followed by Bill Lloyd. And it worked! A couple of songs by young, emerging power-pop stars, Johnathan Pushkar and Nick Eng. What’s the connection–aside from the stylistic similarities of their catalog of work–both songs share the exact same title: “It’s Alright”! Different songs, however, as you’ll hear.

And finally, in the third and final hour of regulation time (that witching hour, before we go into “overtime”), without really paying close attention to what I was doing, I played both Buck Owens and Madonna! Boris Boden pointed this out to me, and we both marveled at how it worked really well. That’s Woody Radio for you–playing the unexpected!

I hope you enjoy the show. We’ll keep posting more shows as the week goes on.

Artist | Title | Album
Elton John | Bitter Fingers | Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
William Cleere and the Marvelous Fellas | Labor Day | Single release
Drunken Prayer | It Happens All The Time | Cordelia Elsewhere
Moving Pictures | What About Me? | Picture This
Mojo Nixon | Don Henley Must Die | Otis
Wade Johnson | When Will It End | When Will It End
The Smiths | These Things Take Time | The Smiths
Arrica Rose & the …’s | Whole Lotta Lows | Low as the Moon
Bellygunner | Heldtogetherbyasinglestitch | Machine Gun Built For Two
Hannah Judson | Here U Are | I Wanna Know (EP)
Ass Ponys | Little Bastard | Little Bastard
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop | At Every Train Stop (Big Stir Mix) | Big Stir Power Pop & More: The First Year (2018 Reissue)
Sparklejet | The Comeback | Beyond the Beyond
Poplord | Flower Bomb | Poplord vs The Universe
The Mysteries of Life | Take You Up | Bad Advice
Trip Wire | Act Fast | Once & Always
My Little Hum | Subway Song | Pioneer
Speed The Plough | Garden | Now
Charms Against The Evil Eye | Where Are The Living? | Where Are The Living? (Big Stir Digital Single No. 19)
Pink Floyd | Lucifer Sam | The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Bill Lloyd | Satellite | Working The Long Game
Rachel Taylor Brown | Up You | Run Tiny Human
Salt | A Song For Jerome | The Loneliness Of Clouds
Librarians With Hickeys | And Then She’s Gone | Until There Was You
Heiskell | On The Down Low (Album Mix) | Songs In The Key Of H
Dara Ackerman | Golden Circle | Partially True Stories
The Taters | Monsters’ Holiday | Don’t Scream!
Brian Cullman | And She Said | The Opposite of Time
Anny Celsi | Tangle-Free World | Kaleidoscope Heart: 12 Golden Hits
Lannie Flowers | Good | March To Home
Buck Owens | Under Your Spell Again | The Very Best Of Buck Owens
The Bobbleheads | Become One | Myths And Fables
Lost Leaders | Probably Why We’re Here | Promises Promises
Sam Phillips | What You Don’t Want To Hear | The Indescribable Wow
Johnathan Pushkar | It’s Alright | Straighten Up
Nick Eng | It’s Alright | Long Shot
The Armoires | Some Kinda Handbook (The Senility Prayer) | Side Three
Lou Reed | New Sensations | New Sensations
Sunshine Boys | Questions | Blue Music
Pat DiNizio | You Should Know | Songs And Sounds
Molly Grue | Anyway | The happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story
Don Hawkins | So Much To Learn | Stutter Step
Chandler Travis Philharmonic | Air Running Backwards | Waving Kissyhead, Vol 2 & 1
Madonna | Ray Of Light | Ray Of Light
Felsen | Vultures On Your Bones | Blood Orange Moon
Natalie Cortez & The Ultraviolets | Three Times | Twitch!
The Morning Line | Nostradamus | North
Uncle Tupelo | Grindstone | 89/93: An Anthology
Emily Zuzik | This Time Around | You Had Me At Goodbye


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