WOODY RADIO DJ MIKE SHOW #83, 12/10/2019

This weeks seems like the right time to trot out that picture of Baby DJ Mike again.
As we approach the end of 2019, you’d think that all the new music for the year had already come in, and that we’re done for the year. But alas, you’d be surprised. Even at this late date–December–still MORE new music keeps rolling in the door. So on this week’s show, you’ll hear The Amplifier Heads–a great, loud, rock and roll project straight outta Boston, featuring Sal Baglio and Ducky Carlisle. Their album, Loudah, is wicked cool.

We also dive a little deeper into Lannie Flowers’ magnificent new album, Home. This one took a while to get out into the world, but it is so worth the wait. I recommend you buy this one, and listen to it with headphones, in one shot, from start to finish. It will speak to you. Actually, it will sing to you, but you know what I mean. It features the finest songwriting of Lannie’s career, so far.

Finally–a nice slab of vinyl arrived in my mailbox this week. Technically, it arrived at the place where my mailbox is located, and the nice person at the counter retrieved it for me. Makes sense, since my mailbox measures only about 3″ x 4″ inches, and it would be tragic if they’d tried to stuff the brand new Blaine Campbell album, “Under the Tidal Wave”, in there. This is a great new direction from Blaine. It still features his sunny, beachy, Caliornia sound, but he’s thrown some quirkiness into the mix, which just warms my little indie heart. It’s a fun listen.

This show also features my patented mix of “stuff that doesn’t belong together”, but still sounds right. We’re getting close to Christmas. Use this show as a list of gift suggestions for those who deserve to hear some great music. Enjoy the show. I’d love to hear what you think!

Artist | Title | Album
Rose Reiter | No Thank You | What I Don’t Get
The Amplifier Heads | Who’s That Girl? | Loudah
Bellygunner | Heldtogetherbyasinglestitch | Machine Gun Built For Two
Lisa Mychols | Domino | Sugar
Richard X. Heyman | Upside And Down | Pop Circles
Lost Leaders | People Like Us | Promises Promises
Corner Laughers | The Red Queen | Tomb of Leopards
Yung Wu | Aspiration | Shore Leave
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop | At Every Train Stop | Make
Forrest | Ghost Like You (Acoustic) | Single release
R.E.M. | Harborcoat | Reckoning
In Deed | Don’t Need, Don’t Care | Don’t Need, Don’t Care (Big Stir Digital Single No. 16)
Matt Langlois | Spending My Time With You | Merde!
Anton Barbeau | Disambiguation | Natural Causes
The Shindig Addicts | Not Long Now | Single release
The Kariannes | This Song Is a Cure | This Song Is a Cure (Big Stir Digital Single No. 17)
The Catbirds | The Crutch Of Music | Catbirds Say Yeah
Rachel Taylor Brown | Little Gyre | Run Tiny Human
Milltown Brothers, The | Something Cheap | Slinky
Sally’s Six-Gun Sorrow | Have Another Drink On Me | Single release
Drunken Prayer | It Happens All The Time | Cordelia Elsewhere
Jody Porter | Valerie Sometimes | Pacifier
Julian Cope | Beautiful Love | Peggy Suicide
Elk City | What’s The Damage | Souls In Space
Danny Wilkerson | Carry The One | Wilkerson
Melissa Phillips | The Flame | Both Ways
Wire Train | Spin | Wire Train
Orbis Max with David Woodard | Dream Girl | Orbis Max
Elvis Costello | Big Tears | Taking Liberties
The Mysteries of Life | Take You Up | Bad Advice
The Morning Line | Anhedonia (Start Again) | North
Bill Mumy | You’re My Inspiration | Lockford
Maple Mars | Christmastime In The City | Single release
The Armoires | Anemone! | Side Three
Blaine Campbell | Small Town Girl | Under the Tidal Wave
Duncan Faure | Back to the Day | 4
Natalie Cortez & the Ultra Violets | You Dear | Stupid Fresh Or Stupid Bad
Harvey Danger | Carlotta Valdez | Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?
Robyn Hitchcock | Sally Was a Legend | Jewels for Sophia
Felsen | Heroin | Accidental Drowning
Sunshine Boys | Caroline Yes | Blue Music
Heiskell | The Great Opaque | Songs In The Key Of H
The Decibels | Bye Bye Baby | Big Hits! (Plus Twelve More)
Pugwash | Make It Yourself | Silverlake
The Bottle Kids | Guitars In The Sky | Starry Eyed: The Records Tribute
Gail George | He’s an Exclamation! | Follow Your Bliss

Overtime I
Poplord | Flower Bomb | Poplord vs The Universe
Lisa Said | Been Around | No Turn Left Behind
Trip Wire | Get Up Slow | Once & Always
Don Hawkins | So Much To Learn | Stutter Step

Overtime II
NRBQ | Howard Johnson’s Got His Ho-Jo Working | Scraps
The Bobbleheads | Like Oxygen | Myths And Fables
HUGElarge | Have Love Will Travel | HUGElarge
Frank Black | Superabound | Teenager of the Year

FIN
Lannie Flowers | Shine A Light | Home

One thought on “WOODY RADIO DJ MIKE SHOW #83, 12/10/2019

  1. Hey, Sal Baglio (Amplifier Heads) informed me that you played a song by my band, the Catbirds, and a bunch of other good stuff; if you like, send me your email address and we’ll try to keep you properly informed and supplied!

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