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Debut records from Metallica, Slayer, Exploited, Suicidal Tendencies, Weird Al, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and so many more! To me it was a very awkward 8th grade (my eighth school in eight years), very poor Bar Mitzvah prep, and my parents marriage falling apart. It's also the year that I began noticing more than what was playing on popular radio. Michael would start Sex Cels each week with a three-song opening theme. ;)~ He was a devout atheist and would proudly wear that on his sleeve. Ralph passed away following a fall down his stairs in his home in Portland, Oregon.
I was used to Huey Lewis, Van Halen and ZZ Top, but my friend Etienne was turning me onto bands like Dio, Judas Priest, Ozzy (solo) and Iron Maiden. I do my best to stay away from the hits, though the Donna Summer video was always a favorite of mine. He would have me guess the theme and try to stump me. He lived in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco for many years, where he was known lovingly as the Mayor of Bernal.
The music runs from the debut, "Generic Flipper" through to their latest EP with sludge stalwarts, and Flipper-influenced, The Melvins, off of their Hot Fish release from Amphetamine Reptile. I was unaware that Trevor Dunn was playing bowed bass on a few tracks. jh Get Up Get Into Get Involved: James Brown Lesson One: Stone Cold Boners The Wizard: Brown Sabbath Wiggle Stick: Reverend Horton Heat Little Bird: Jenny Lewis Raindrop Blue: King Tuff Congo Call: Prince Lasha and Sonny Simmons You Shouldn't Do That: Hawkwind Ashes Ashes: Eric Mc Fadden Saviour Machine: Redd Kross Orgasm Addict: Buzzcocks Do You Take This Man: Diamanda Galas Black Sabbath Meets The Temptations Jesus Was Way Cool: King Missile I Call My Baby Pussycat: Parliament Moon Bog: Oh Sees Mademoiselle Mabry: Miles Davis What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong Although Radio Valencia as an entity does not identify with a political ideology, we don't censor our DJs when it comes to them voicing what they believe in.
Tickets are still available for their local shows, featuring David Yow of Jesus Lizard on vocals, this Thursday in San Jose at The Ritz, Friday in Sacramento at the Blue Lamp (both 21 and over), and Saturday night's all ages show in SF at the Great American Music Hall, where you'll find yours truly. jh Common People: Leonard Nimoy Sugar Magnolia: Joe Pop-O-Pie Giving Up The Ghost: Zig Zags Zonar Roze: Keith Morris/Ty Segall/John Dwyer/Steven Mc Donald Corvette: Shannon and the Clams Ain't Making Jews Like Jesus Anymore: Kinky Friedman Interview with Ted Falconi and Rachel Thoele from Flipper Ever: Flipper Life Is Cheap: Flipper Interview with Ted Falconi and Rachel Thoele from Flipper Hot Fish: Flipper/Melvins Sacrifice: Flipper/Melvins Sad But True: Flipper (Metallica cover) Big Enough: Lié (This all-female powerhouse opened for Flipper in Vancouver) Interview with Ted Falconi and Rachel Thoele from Flipper Flipper Blues: Melvins The Wheel: Flipper The Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly: Flipper Macho Man: Artless Interview with Ted Falconi and Rachel Thoele from Flipper Ha Ha Ha: Flipper Lowrider: Flipper I Hate You: Charlie and the Moonhearts (Ty Segall produced) What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong Not your average show this week. When I was involved with San Francisco Liberation Radio (2000-2003), we were very vocal about our stance against the Bush administration and its march to war.
They have a new LP out Million Movies (that's right, VINYL! They come on during the second hour and we have lots of fun. Don't be fooled by our competitors, they only program to the lowest common denominator. That being said, there was a lot of great music in 2018.
I look forward to their next final show, as I'm confident it will polka hard. Some rare Grateful Dead, released between 71-75, and some blues LPs that I needed. So whether it's tasty treat that is alcohol, aromatic marijuana, a psychedelic journey, cocaine blues, or maybe you're into the needle, this is the show for you. Curtis, JB, Fela, Beasties, Brother Ray, Last Poets, The Meters, Aretha, Toots, Parliament, NWA!!!!!!! Ralph-A-Palooza promises to be a great show, with some brilliant and talented performers.
I did not play the program straight through, beginning to end. jh It's Hard To Be Humble: Mac Davis Needles and Pins: The Ramones Drinking Song: The Gits Live reading of the Muller Report from Law When We Ride: 2 Pac Punk Fucking Metal: Zig Zags Who's Got the Italian: Frisco Darkest Light: Lafayette Afro Rock Band Home Affairs: Osibisa Live reading of the Muller Report from Law Sequence 5: Stelvio Cipriano Rebel Heart: First Aid Kit Blue Jay Way: The Beatles The Passenger: Iggy Pop (Utrecht, Netherlands, 24th November 1986) Machine Gun: Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsies (May 30, 1970, Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA) Rebel Girl: Bikini Kill (The Palladium May 2, 2019) The Planet is Fine: George Carlin Time: Pink Floyd (April 21, 1975 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA) Oye Como Va: Santana (May 11, 1988, Fillmore Auditorium, SF, CA) What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong Some shows I'm just inspired to dig a little deeper. Are you as tired of the commercial radio dreck as I am? They play the same 40-50 songs over and over throughout the day. Some live Bob Dylan from the recent Rolling Thunder Revue 17 disc set, Muddy Waters from 1963, and Grand Funk from 1972 to rock your bones. John, The Night Tripper, who passed away at the tender age of 77 on June 6, 2019. Have you seen the documentary of his life, "You're Gonna Miss Me"? The first time I saw him was at the Austin City Music Awards, when he was walked out onto the stage to perform. Do you want longer tracks with fewer artists, or shorter tracks and more artists? Oh Roky, you're wonderful, but it might be time to hang it up. We love you, Roky, and we're thrilled you found a pathway to health over the past 20 years.
Instead, I played to ~15 minute sections, peppered through my show. Are you aware that every action that takes place in our nation has a direct connection to this document? Considering he was born and raised in New Orleans with its amazing culture and rich cuisine, and had a heroin addiction until late 1989, it's a wonder he lived as long as he did. My mouth was agape as he shuffled onto the stage, timidly, only to belt out three songs in perfect pitch. The last time I saw him was he final performance, at The Chapel in SF, this past April 20th. Let me know your thoughts, and keep tuning in Monday's 8-10 on Radio Valencia. Tune in to me this Friday on KFJC for the annual 28 hour James Brown birthday celebration!!! Tune in tonight, 8-10PM for more new music and music that's new to you. jh Rocked By Rape: Evolution Control Committee Stoned: Three Stoned Men Alien She: Bikini Kill Run Through the Jungle: Eric Mc Fadden Shameless Imposter: Terry Gross Kingsport Town: Cat Power Tangled Up In Blue (NYC Sessions): Bob Dylan Splatter the Walls: Frisco Stone Crazy: Buddy Guy Turn On Your Lovelight: Bob Segar Cherry Red: Ty Segall and the Freedom Band Slip Inside This House: 13th Floor Elevators Two-Headed Dog: Roky Erickson and the Aliens Starry Eyes: Roky Erickson The Copping Block: OCS Black Mountain: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan Bandits: Midlake Run Devil Run/The Big Guns: Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins It Rains Love: Lee Fields and the Expressions Total Eclipse Out Of Hell: Enrique Rue St.
On my most recent show I had the pleasure to welcome and to train a potential new voice on Radio Valencia, Dirty Harry. If you have never witnessed Polkacide live I feel sorry for you. I was actually about three minutes late for my show tonight. I believe this was a standout show, and I hope you agree.
Harry has a sweet collection of African funk, soul, pop, disco, and rock, and he shared quite a bit during his 45 minute set during the show. Take a look at the funk sets below, and click the links above to dig the groove we've got layin' down just for you. jh Telephone Girl: Assagai Investigation: Carl Holmes Cotati Funk: Qunitessence Who's Gonna Help A Brother Get Further: Lee Dorsey My Friend: Ricardo Marrero ***Dirty Harry's set*** Heat of the Wind: Roland Bautista One Note Samba: Sergio Mendez Nizaka Panga Ngozi: Ngozi Family Yeke Yeke: Mory Kante C'est Bon La Musique: Uta Bella What Do You Want (The Question): Tambu Lipstick (Shout): JM Black Mini Pads: Jack Mc Duff ***Back to John Hell*** Lickin' Stick: James Brown Maggie's Farm: Soloman Burke Bang Bang: Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood Emma: Hot Chocolate Queen Bitch: Green River Love Addict: Honey and the Bee You Can't Love Me If You Don't Respect Me: Lyn Collins A Quick One While He's Away: The Who Sweat Loaf: Butthole Surfers Ramblin (Wo)Man: Cat Power What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong Some nights I just need to ROCK! There a band that MUST be seen live to really understand the attraction. I was thinking of buying some much-needed shoes over the holidays, but instead I bought a Muddy Waters LP, and a Sony Terry and Brownie Mc Ghee LP. Thanks to Dial-A-Shot for keeping it rockin' until I arrived. K.: Betty Davis The White Man's Got A God Complex: Last Poets Darkest Light: Lafayette Afro Rock Band Ride Your Pony: The Meters Funky Kingston: Toots and the Maytals People Get Ready: Aretha Franklin Chocolate City: Parliament Express Yourself: N. Take a look at the playlist below, and stream or download to your heart's content.
Let me go on the record by stating unequivocally that I do not like the Foo Fighters. Taking time off allows me to amass more music to share with you. I paid tribute to word jazz stalwart Ken Nordine throughout the show. It's also the 50th anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band, and I have just cracked open the Holy Grail for live Allman's. I'm not on this coming Monday night (family duty calls), but the after I should have Little Lauson Hell in the studio with me, and new music from Ty Segall (live) and OCS (live!!! Her tastes have really evolved since last she was on a few months back. The only reason you don't hear me doing this much at Radio Valencia is my own prep. You would think 350 shows into my RV tenure, and about 30 years in radio I would have this figured out already? President: Amnesty What a Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong I'm the luckiest DJ I know.