Wednesday, July 16, 2014

WRKC The Not-So-Hectic-Eclectic Playlist 7/16/14

So today's show was a friggin party! Minus the alcohol, and food. Although there was coffee. (In Reggie-land, there is always coffee.) I was able to do some killer on air interviews today with author Che Gilson, whose werewolf pit-fighter novel, Carmine Rojas: Dog Fight, will be available for pre-orders August 9 from all the usual internet venders. Later, Paul Shapera of the Steampunk Opera fame came for an interview. We thought that Canadian band Moxy Fruvous should do a reunion if only to perform a version of the Yam Salve Song, the only caveat being, of course, that my head might explode with an overload of awesome. Played a lot of Matthew Sweet today. A LOT. Because he has a kickstarter going to fund a new album.

Dr. Ham also stopped by to deliver Fred the Dishwashing Monkey's review of the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I was relieved to discover that there was no poo-flinging in the film.

Okay, gang, here it is:

The Playlist

Hour the First

*Che Gilson Interview
Morphine - Yes
Matthew Sweet - Oh Oldendaze!
Geoffrey Lloyd - Right Now
Chuck Ragan - You and I Alone
Soup Dragons - Divine Thing
Ted Mcloskey - Cameras and Microphones
Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Sugar Daddy
Paul Shapera - New Albion 9
The New Morty Show - Unskinny Bop
Bob Mould - I Don't Know You Anymore
Cake - Frank Sinatra
*Paul Shapera Interview
Moxy Fruvous - The Incredible Medicine Show
Drive by Truckers - Made Up English Oceans
Matthew Sweet - Dinosaur Act
Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
Christina Musumeci - I Bit the Apple
Sean Rowe - Madman

Hour the Second

The Darcys - Close to Me
The The - This is the Night
Tuneyards - Water Fountain
Old 97's - Timebomb
Jim Jones Revue - Seven Times Around the Sun
Pavement - Cut Your Hair
*Dr. Ham Delivers Fred The Dishwashing Monkey's Review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and a Castle Ham moat status update
The Orwelles - The Righteous One
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Wail
Paul Shapera - Pokerface/Gambler mashup
Matthew Sweet - What Matters
Peggy Sue - The Shape We Made

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