DJ Blog

by Blane from BossPower at 2:56 PM on 1·31·2014

Blane:
No Better-Lorde
Royals-Lorde
Get Lucky-Daft Punk
Doin’ it Right-Daft Punk
Amsterdam-Imagine Dragons
Jolene-Ray LaMontagne
Over the Hills and Far Away-Led Zeppelin
Unbelievers-Vampire Weekend
Stop for a Minute-Keane ft. K’naan
Pop Song 89-R.E.M.
Reeling in the Years-Steely Dan
Radiate-Jack Johnson
Love Love Love-Of Monsters and Men
Les Bres in A Minor-The Allman Brother Band
Sweet Annie-Zac Brown Band
Nightcall-Kavinsky
Thirsty Man-Blitzen Trapper
Steve McQueen-M83
Do I Wanna Know?-Arctic Monkeys
The Muse-Zac Brown Band
She Don’t Use Jelly-The Flaming Lips
The Outsiders-Needtobreathe
Scar Tissue-Red Hot Chili Peppers
Phantom Limb-The Shins
Sound of Settling-Death Cab for Cutie
Carried Away-Passion Pit
New Love/Old Love-Twin Shadow
Over and Over-Smallpools
Drink in my Hand-Eric Church

Will:
Girl, you have no faith in medicine- The White Stripes
tidal wave-thee oh sees
Come a little closer- cage the elephant
goin out west- tom waits
Who’s been talking- Samantha fish
Step by step- jesse winchester
Take me to the river- Talking Heads
San Francisco- the mogwlis
Are you listening- kopecky family band
Green green rocky- Oscar issac
wave a white flag- elvis costello

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 9:49 AM on 1·31·2014

[From 7-10 p.m. Tuesday]

Awesome chat with NYC-based pop singer/songwriter Julia McKinnis, whose album “The Good Has Won” comes out next week. Learn more at juliamckinnismusic.com.
Here are her songs we played:
“The Good Has Won”
“Don’t Mess with Texas Girls”
“Knack for Love”
“Apple Tree”
“Airplane”
“Give Your Love”
“Rise”
“Chemistry”

After the roundup of local arts and entertainment events, a tribute to Pete Seeger included played the live album “We Shall Overcome,” a 1963 concert at Carnegie Hall, along with a couple of bonus tracks.
“If You Miss Me at the Back of the Bus”
“Keep Your Eyes on the Prize”
“I Ain’t Scared of Your Jail”
“Oh, Freedom”
“What Did You Learn in School Today?”
“Little Boxes”
“Who Killed Norma Jean?”
“Who Killed Davey Moore?”
“A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”
“Mail Myself To You”
“Guantanamera”
“Tshotshologa”
“We Shall Overcome”
Bonus tracks:
“This Land is Your Land”
“If I Had a Hammer”

Final hour was a free-for-all with some old and new tracks.
“Hills of Mexico” / “Heaven” – Red Dog Run
“Blues Rollin’ In” – Del McCoury Band
“You Can’t Make Old Friends” – Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton
“Minnie’s Lullaby” – Tanglefoot
“Darkling and the Bluebird Jubilee” – Joe Crookston
“When the Master Calls the Roll” – Rosanne Cash
“Like How Johnny Loved June” – Mary Fahl
“Time Does Fly” – Greg Klyma
“The Sun’s Going Down” – Driftwood
“(You Will) Set the World on Fire” – David Bowie
“Trouble” – Silverclub
“Avenging Angels” – Space
“Love Me Do” – the Beatles

That last tracks was a preview of next week’s show, when an all-star panel will discuss the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” You won’t want to miss it.

by DJ Murdock from Set It On Fire at 8:14 PM on 1·29·2014

THE WORKERS’ REVOLUTION AGAINST THE ROBOT OVERLORD
or: I Heard We Were On Automation On A Lovely Wednesday Afternoon And Decided To Fix It
or: A Practical Demonstration Of Listener Abuse Through Use Of The Pitch Of 2600 Hz
JANUARY 29 2014 4:45 PM- 10:00 PM

PLAYLIST:
lcd soundsystem – dance yrself clean
ween – roses are free
gotye fb cart
that goddamn gotye song
gotye fb cart (again)
(repeated complaint hotline)
albert king – born under a bad sign
muddy waters – she’s all right
magic sam – hoochie coochie man
albert king – crosscut saw
gary glitter – rock and roll part one
jimi hendrix experience – wind cries mary
the hoax – big city blues
the hoax – let it shine
velvet underground – european son
lou reed – my house

driftwood – roller coaster
driftwood – the sun’s going down
pete ruttle – set sun, set sun
jimi hendrix experience – are you experienced?
hawkwind – valium 10
eurythmics – sweet dreams / white stripes – seven nation army (simultaneously)

byrds – you’re still on my minsd
byrds – you ain’t goin nowhere
dire straits – sultans of swing
pavement – silence kit
pavement – zurich is stained
pavement – loretta’s scars
big daddy kane – ain’t no half steppin
modern lovers – roadrunner
strokes – someday
beatles – yer blues

nick brainiac – stuck in bing
driftwood – the carburetor and the steam engine
lutheran skirts – blue blue moon
pete ruttle – ladders
driftwood – the sun’s going down (yes, again, i hope you dealt with it)
pete ruttle – photographs
pete ruttle – late bloomer

bob dylan – like a rolling stone
beach boys – feel blows
mmoths – heart
crystal castles – vietnam
muddy waters – let’s spend the night together
albert king – i wanna get funky

mark knopfler – song for sonny liston
ween – your party
beatles – tomorrow never knows
beatles – nowhere man (live recording)
fleetwood mac – landslide

booker t & the mgs – mclemore avenue (whole album)

ween – friends (remix)
ween – mutilated lips
ween – alone
robyn hitchcock – the bones in the ground
ween – don’t laugh (i love you)
ween – birthday boy
elliott smith – abused
elliott smith – angel in the snow
dreamreel – the feint
elliott smith – roman candle

and one last punk as fuck blast of 2600 Hz

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 4:52 PM on 1·28·2014

CHRIS PLAYED BY CHARLES BERMAN

1. Heroin was originally sold commercially as a cure for what?

2. What are the main symptoms of dyspepsia?

3. In what decade did poetry cease to be an Olympic competition?

4. Why are important football games often referred to as “bowls?”

5. “Hops” are considered important in beer-making. What are they?

6. What woman was known as the sixth member of Monty Python?
-And what woman was known as the fifth Marx Brother?

7. What sort of activities are carried on by the organization known as “The Yes Men?”

8. Name a type of grape used in making wine.

9. What is the premise of the Twitter account Florida Man?

10. Please describe the premise of the TV show “Phineas and Ferb.”

11. What two Major League Baseball teams still play on artificial turf at their home fields?

12. in England, what is “the local?”

13. What is the difference between a philologist, a philanthropist, a philatelist, and a Philadelphian?

14. Who was Bolivia named after?

15. Why did the United States boycott the 1980 Olynpics in Moscow?

16. What was Bob Ross’ job before he was a painter?

17. According to The Guardian, what famous book has experienced a significant rise in popularity since e-book readers have become common?

18. Who said, “Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so?”

19. What is both a kind of hat and a kind of tree?

20. What country does Stephen Hawking come from?

21. Tell us how to say our phone number in a new language.

22. How did Rich David get so rich?

23. Nme something only one of us has read/heard/seen.

24. Why should you win?

25. Heads or tails?

Matt Greenberg
1. If your Oscars pool decided to subtract how many years Solomon Northup was a slave from the number of Best Picture nominees this year, what would they get?
2. Name a director of a Best Picture nominee that contains the name of a location that can be found in America. No credit for David O. Russell.
3. What was the lowest grossing movie of 2013?
4. Name two actors who have directed themselves in films released in 2013.
5. How many times is the phrase “Oh, hi” spoken in the 2003 cinematic epic The Room?

Lorykeet
1. What is the name of the Parisian bridge that has the love locks on it?
2. Who was the creator of the Eiffel Tower?
3. Which revolution was the basis for Les Miserables?
4. Who wrote “The Man in the High Castle?”
5. What is the name of the author of the book that Hayao Miyazaki took as inspiration for his most recent film?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

The French band Darlin’ split up in 1992, and then formed two other much more famous bands. Name one or both of them.

Who played guitar on David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance”?

Who played guitar on Michael Jackson’s “Bad”?

The Mayor of Sochi says there is one thing his town doesn’t have. What is it?

What is known as the Old Lady Of Threadneedle Street?

Which is greater, the number of Libraries in the U.S. or the number of McDonalds?

Caffeine Kid asks:
1. In what year were the first inductions into the Baseball Hall of Fame made?

2. Name any of the first class of Baseball Hall of Fame inductees.

3. What was the name of Pete Seeger’s final studio album?

4. Name the magazine that Pete Seeger helped to found.

5. What was the name of the album of Pete Seeger songs that Bruce Springsteen released in 2006?

6. In what year was Pete Seeger inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

7. In “Star Trek,” what were the names of Capt. Kirk’s parents?

8. What was the name of Capt. Kirk’s son?

9. In what original series “Doctor Who” story was the Doctor revealed to be a Time Lord?

10. In what story was the Doctor’s home planet of Gallifrey first named?

11. Name any “Doctor Who” companion.

12. Name any “Doctor Who” villian? (individuals, not races)

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:58 AM on 1·28·2014

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Violent Femmes: American Music (The Best of Mountain Stage Live, Volume 7)
2. Uncle Tupelo: Outdone (Rarities and Radio Tracks)
3. Wild Adriatic: Heavy Soul (Big Suspicious)
4. The Four Tops: Reach Out, I’ll Be There (The Who Jukebox)
5. Cej: My Baby Knows (Sleepwalker in Paradise)
6. Paul McCartney: Hosanna (New)
7. Puppet Radio: Be the Change (789)
8. Leonard Cohen: Famous Blue Raincoat (Sampler)
9. Ari Hest: The Winter of Yes (New Arrivals Volume 5)
10. Bedouin Soundclash: Until We Burn in the Sun (The Kids Just Want a Love Song) (Warped Tour 2007 Compilation)
11. The Waymires: Brokenhearted (Rock and Roll EP)
12. Dum Dum Girls: Rimbaud Eyes (Too True)
13. Katey Laurel: Hurricane (Periscope)
14. Alvin Youngblood Hart: Hellhound on My Trail (Hellhound on My Trail: the Songs of Robert Johnson)
15. The Halley DeVestern Band: Boil (Fabbo! Boffo! Smasho!)
16. 13th Floor Elevators: (I’ve Got) Levitation (I Can See for Miles)
17. The Great Socio: Let Go (Find the Time EP)
18. The Premiere: Spacebar (Antennae)
19. Gogol Bordello: Immigraniada (We Comin’ Rougher) (Transcontinental Hustle)
20. Maylene and the Sons of Disaster: Plenty Strong and Plenty Wrong (Warped Tour Compilation 2008)
21. Kentucky Knife Fight: Bad Blood (Hush Hush)
22. The Who: The Kids Are Alright (30 Years of Maximum R and B)
23. Lucius: Turn it Around (New Arrivals Volume 5)
24. The Band: Stage Fright (The Who Jukebox)
25. Kent Burnside: Spoonful (My World is So Cold)
26. Tattoo Money: Vespa (Rules, Bones, Hearts and Promises)
27. Street Dogs: Fading American Dream (Warped Tour Compilation 2007)
28. The Everly Brothers: Devoted to You (24 Original Classics)
29. Bela Fleck and the Flecktones: Magic Fingers (The Best of Mountain Stage Live, Volume 7)
30. Rachel Sage: Everything (New Arrivals Volume 5)

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 12:51 AM on 1·24·2014

[From 7-10 p.m. Tuesday]

No guest this week, so I kept the jibber-jabber to a minimum in order to deliver an epic playlist.

Part one included new (and new-ish) music I’ve not had time to share in the past couple of months. It tended to be twangy.
“A Feather’s Not a Bed” – Rosanne Cash
“All The Cats” – Linda Ortega
“Fool’s Gold” – The Stetson Family
“I Wanna Go Where You Go” – The Del McCoury Band
“Tonka Trucks” – Frank Vieira
“The Dream” – Tracie Patochnick
“The Killer In Me” – Eric Balkey
“Heaven’s Kitchen” – John McCutcheon
“Abide” – Susan Cattaneo
“Making Believe” – Willie Nelson & Brandie Carlisle
“Dreams of San Joaquin” – Kenny Rogers
“Dixie Highway Sign” – Robin & Linda Williams
“The Tattooed Woman” – Sam Baker
“King of the Folk Singers” – Tim Grimm
“Walk Out in the Rain” – Joey Molland
“Werewolf in Times Square” – Chris Trapper
“Knack for Love” – Julia McKinnis

In honor of lead singer/songwriter David Broyles’ birthday, a three-fer of Dr. Pants.
“Bowling with a Genius”
“Robot Spiders”
“Calling Chewbacca”

From there, it was a free for all.
“Open Up the Box, Pandora” – the Jigsaw Seen
“Chef Mobie’s Gumbo Gator” / “The Feldmans” – Hypnotic Clambake
“Truckin’ 101” – Leon Redbone
“Who Are You?” – Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks
“We Like Bananas” / “Heartbreak Hotel” – The Soft Boys
“Who Carried You” – Malcolm Holcombe
“Personal Jesus” – Johnny Cash
“Another Good Man” – Brian Vander Ark
“The Last Black & White TV” – Terence Martin
“Holy Land” – Jess Klein
“Conversation Piece” – Sylvie Lewis
“10,000 Butterflies” – Leni Stern
“Tigers Above, Tigers Below” – Ellis Delaney
“A Freak A” – Josephine Onliyama
“Nothing To See Here” – Amber Rubarth
“Feel the Love” – Lisa Moscatiello
“Radio” – Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams
“Postcard from London” – Ray Davies & Chrissie Hynde

Next Tuesday at 7 p.m., I’ll chat with Julia McKinnis about her new album, “The Good Has Won.” Then on Feb. 4, it’s an all-star panel talking about the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

by Doc Sonic from Sonic Research Labs at 11 PM on 1·22·2014

Twist & Shout-She’s A Woman-(Live In Houston Texas 08/16/65)
Besame Mucho/Love Me Do-06/06/62 (artist test, first recording with George Martin)
How Do You Do-09/04/62
Act Naturally-Ed Sullivan Show 08/14/65
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My Bonnie/Let’s Dance-Tony Sheridan w/The Beatles-1961
I Got A Woman-08/13/63
The Hippy Hippy Shake-09/10/63
You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me-08/24/63
Young Blood-06/114/63
Boys-06/25/63
Lonesome Tears In My Eyes-date unknown
Nothing Shaking-date unknown
Misery-04/12/63

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You Can’t Do That-02/25/64
I Saw Her Standing There-take 6, 7, 8, 9
I’m A Loser-take 1 & 2
Norwegian Wood-take 1 10/12/65
You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
Day Tripper-take 1 and 2 10/16/65
Dr Robert
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Rain-04/14/66
Tomorrow Never Knows mix (various takes from 68)
Getting Better (Sgt Pepper’s Lp ver)
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Hearts Club Band (reprise) from anthology vol 2
Panel discussion: Is Paul McCartney really dead? WENE radio 1969
Strawberry Fields-takes 1-> 4, plus remix of takes 25 & 26 11/24/66-12/15/66
I’m Only Sleeping (original mono mix)
Blue Jay Way-Magical Mystery Tour (UK Lp)
Hey Bulldog; Instumental mix-10/29/68
All You Need Is Love-Original TV broadcast (take 58) 06/25/67

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Rooftop Concert -01/30/69

Get Back #1
Get Back #2
Don’t Let Me Down #1
I’ve Got A Feeling #1
One After 909
I Dig A Pony

Happiness Is A Warm Gun-05/68
Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey-07/68
Sexy Sadie-07/19/68

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 6:41 PM on 1·21·2014

CHRIS PLAYED BY CHARLES BERMAN

1. What is Dr Watson’s first name?
-What about Professor Moriarty?

2. What was on during the gaps between shows on WHRW before “WHRW In Between” premiered?

3. Name a Woody Allen movie that Woody Allen does not appear in as an actor.
-And on what TV show did Woody Allen play hidden camera tricks on people?

4. What is the most popular social network in Europe?
-And what is the most popular social network in Brasil?

5. What kind of business typically offered a so-called “free lunch?”
-And what is a “ploughman’s lunch?”

6. What is the word “pub” short for?

7. What film’s sequel will soon be released after 20 years?

8. What is Macchu Picchu?

9. What was Steve Wozniak notable for?

10. What is the difference between a cigarette and a cigar?

11. Why does Penn from Penn and Teller always paint just one of his finger-nails red?

12. Who wrote the choose-your-own-adventure version of Hamlet?

13. In what country is the Pirate Party most active?

14. What was the well-known poem “Tinker to Evers to Chance” about?

15. What current living language is considered to be closest to Proto-Indo-European?

16. What part of the world has been both officially English-speaking and officially Russian-speaking?

17. In transportation, what is the LIRR?

18. Who was Gamera?

19. Name a stop on the New York Subway that does not have a number in its name.

20. What is amontillado?

21. Name something that only one of us has read, heard, or seen.

22. Why should you win?

23. How did Rich David get so rich?

24. Heads or tails?

From the Caffeine Kid:
1. In New Zealand, they eat something called “scroggin.” What is it?

2. Explain the concept behind the TV show “Almost Human.”

3. What rap song was performed by the grandma in the film “The Wedding Singer”?

4. Name any panelists on the TV show “Shark Tank.”

5. What British show inspired “Shark Tank”?

6. On “I Love Lucy,” whose cement footprints did Lucy and Ethel steal from Graumann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood?

7. What was Lucy Ricardo’s maiden name?

8. In the TV show “Murder, She Wrote,” where did Jessica Fletcher live?

9. Name any companion from “Doctor Who.”

10. Name any villain from “Doctor Who” (specific individuals, not races).

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What are female Lumberjacks called?

How many different flavors are there in Fruit Loops?

What are Pie Charts called in France?

What animals are depicted on the Canadian Coat Of Arms?

What was the first .com domain ever registered?

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:58 AM on 1·21·2014

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Dex Romweber Trio: Last Kind Word Blues (Third Man Records Promotional Singles Compilation Volume 1)
2. The Legendary Shack Shakers: Ichabod (Pandelirium)
3. The Virginmarys: Just a Ride (King of Conflict)
4. Doctor John: Getaway (Locked Down)
5. Billy Joel: It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me (Glass Houses)
6. Jeff Buckley: Hallelujah (So Real: Songs from Jeff Buckley)
7. Songs: Ohia: I’ve Been Riding with the Ghost (The Magnolia Electric Co.)
8. Alejandro Escovedo: Too Little Too Late (Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm)
9. Howlin’ Wolf: Killing Floor (Roots of Led Zeppelin)
10. The Coral: Talking Gypsy Market Blues (Magic and Medicine)
11. Mike Doughty: Mr. Bitterness (Circles Super Bon Bon)
12. Kim Fowley: The Trip (Pebbles Volume 1)
13. The Soviettes: The Land of Clear Blue Radio (LP)
14. Operation Ivy: Sound System (Then is the New Now)
15. The Pack A.D. Haunt You (Unpersons)
16. Jethro Tull: To Cry You a Song (Benefit)
17. Bright Eyes: Bowl of Oranges (Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground)
18. Mike Agranoff: Matty Groves (The Modern Folk Musician)
19. U2: The Unforgettable Fire (The Unforgettable Fire)
20. Pretty Girls Make Graves: Speakers Push the Air (Then is the New Now)
21. Linda Ronstadt: I Can’t Help it If I’m Still in Love with You (A Retrospective)
22. The Mountain Goats: Heretic Pride (Heretic Pride)
23. Led Zeppelin: What Is and What Should Never Be (Led Zeppelin II)
24. Charlie Poole: The Highwayman (The Legend of Charlie Poole Volume 3)
25. Telekinesis: Fever Chill (12 Desperate Straight Lines)
26. The Stereofidelics: Stay Awake (Dynamite Fist)
27. Wanda Jackson: Shakin’ All Over (Third Man Records Promotional Singles Compilation Volume 1)
28. Black Belles: What Can I Do (Third Man Records Promotional Singles Compilation Volume 1)
29. Tom Jones: Evil (CD single)
30. The Doors: Peace Frog (Life in the European Theater)
31. We Are Augustines: Headlong into the Abyss (Rise Ye Sunken Ships)

by Ozone In The AM/PM? from BLACK SABBATH AEROBICS at 4 PM on 1·20·2014

Greetings fellow Zoners….and thanks a ton for tuning in to WHRW..Today my partner in crime Brian and I will be taking a hard left(?) musically and making an attempt to expand our musical horizons…lol Today was our 3rd annual…but 4th actual Jaco show. I hope a few people enjoyed our broadcast….You cant beat Jaco in my humble opinion. Check out our set list: All selections feature Jaco on Bass, so if a different artist is noted, Jaco is the “guest” Bass player on the record. My humble thanks and gratitude to Brian for having the kindness to share his AMAZING Jaco music collection. Thanks for tuning in gang!!

Donna Lee Self Titled

C’mon C’over Self Titled

4 AM Herbie Hancock off Mr. Hands

Vashkar w Methany,Ditmas,Bley

Ballye De Nina Ira Sullivan

Portrait of Salha Rosa I. Sullivan

Wrong Is Wright Methany, Moses

Coyote Joni Mitchell

Warrior Brian Meliun

Madagascar Weather Report

3 Views of A Secret WR

Port Of Entry WR

Fast City WR

Brown Street WR

Las Olas Flora Purim

Accidental Meeting A. Mangelsdorff

Apathy ’83 Ian Hunter

Brown Eyes Jimmy Cliff

Olde Hats Randy Bernsen

Swingthing RB

Wind Song RB

Califoric RB

Invitation Jaco Curtain Call

by Ozone In The AM/PM? from BLACK SABBATH AEROBICS at 10:04 AM on 1·17·2014

BE SURE TO TUNE IN TODAY.....from 4PM-7PM…..January 17th…..TODAY! Uncle Pete will be giving a tip 'o the hat to traditional 20s, 30s, and 40s Jazz! Uncle Pete always does can’t miss shows! Please tune in to WHRW today from 4-7PM!!!! thank u! Zoner

by Chris Kocher from The Signal at 11:55 PM on 1·16·2014

[From 7-10 p.m. Tuesday]

One of my favorite shows of the year is to have former Press & Sun-Bulletin colleague and current correspondent Eric Coker come in and talk about the year in review. This is the third time we’ve done it, and I always learn a lot and hear plenty of music I may have overlooked.

Here’s what we played and discussed:
“Pompeii” – Bastille
“Show Me the Wonder” – Manic Street Preachers
“Thursday” – Pet Shop Boys
“Lay Me Down” – Avicii
“Afterlife” – Arcade Fire
“Stompa” – Selena Ryder
“Still Into You” – Paramore
“San Francisco” – Mowghis
“Bonfire Heart” – James Blunt
“Popular Song” – Mika/Ariana Grande
“Blow Up The House” – Johnny Lang
“The Moment” – Toad the Wet Sprocket
“Valentine’s Day” – David Bowie
“On the Wings of a Nightingale” – The Everly Brothers
“Long Time Gone” – Norah Jones & Billie Joe Armstrong
“Dance Your Pain Away” – Agnetha Fältskog
“Holding Onto Life” – Broken Bells
“Cheating” – John Newman
“Queenie Eye” / “Everything Out There” – Paul McCartney
“Got It Wrong” / “I’m Alive” – Wild Feathers
“Mission Bells” / “Kinks Shirt” – Matt Nathanson

Eric will be back on Feb. 4 as part of an all-star panel to discuss the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

by MADMANMARK from Completely Deranged at 4:39 PM on 1·16·2014

Tuesday the 21st at 4:30pm I will be having a phone in live interview with the singer from Stryper. I am real happy to be asking him questions about the band and the new album. Tune in and have some fun.

by Ozone In The AM/PM? from BLACK SABBATH AEROBICS at 3:27 PM on 1·16·2014

Hey Gang!! Cz3eb is a little under the weather this week so I’m gonna keep the chair warm until King Bee gets here at 1600….with an excellent show….I’m Taking a hard right music wise today…..99% of today’s music is from 1969. Czeb was 25 in 1969…now hes 29. I hope everyone enjoys the show….except Czeb….I hope I totally screwed up his show. vThanks for tuning in gang!!! Tune in Monday….John from 7-8AM….then our annual Jaco Pastorius show…..8-11 AM…..ALL JACO. Please tune in. Zoner

by DJ Murdock from Set It On Fire at 4:11 PM on 1·15·2014

Yo it’s yr boy the one and only DJ Murdoch Grape here – IN THE FUTURE – blasting some tunes straight through your eardrums like an earwax scraper in the hand of an overcaffeinated medical intern with severe focal hand dystonia. I’ll be here from 4-7 today.

Brian Eno – Golden Hours
Dan Deacon – Paddling Ghost
Dan Deacon – Build Voice
Chemical Brothers – One Too Many Mornings
Can – Vitamin C
Can – Nineteen Century Man
Richard Lainhart – Staring at the Moon
Richard Lainhart – Two Mirrors Face One Another
MMOTHS – Heart (ft. Keep Shelly In Athens)
Peter Gabriel – Games Without Frontiers

Ween – The Mollusk
Gary Wilson – Groovy Girls Make Love at the Beach

Pink Floyd – A Saucerful of Secrets
Tommy Tutone – Jenny
Yawning Man – Sonny Bono Memorial Freeway
Crystal Castles – Courtship Dating
Crystal Castles – Crimewave (Crystal Castles vs. HEALTH)

Modest Mouse – Missed the Boat
Modest Mouse – Broke
Modest Mouse – The Whale Song
Modest Mouse – The Good Times are Killing Me
Modest Mouse – Sunspots in the House of the Late Scapegoat
Modest Mouse – Edit the Sad Parts

Soft Machine – Hibou, Anemone and Bear
Can – Soup
The Beatles – Revolution #9
Pia Fraus – Yenissey
My Bloody Valentine – Only Tomorrow
The Mustard Band – Pearl
The Jean Jackets – Does It Look Like I Live In NYC?
If Madrid – Arty

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 4:16 PM on 1·14·2014

CHRIS PLAYED BY CHARLES BERMAN

1. What is any well-known superhero’s day job?

2. WHRW has a station ID from Paul McGann. Name something he has done.
3. Why was the Jerry Lewis movie “The Day the Clown Cried” never released?

4. What is the difference between a narcotic and cocaine? (ie Why is it incorrect to call cocaine a narcotic?)

5. Where is the date written on a Sacajawea dollar?

6. Please describe the plot of The Inspector General.

7. What is both a kind of journalism and a kind of Muppet?

8. What were the three major speeds that records were played back at?

9. Why do pennies turn brown?

10. A spy might use a “one time pad” for what?

11. What language are people referring to usually when they mention the “South african click language” that Nelson Mandela spoke as his first language?
-Bonus point if you can actually pronounce its name.

12. All of Vladimir Nabokov’s books from before 1940 have appeared in English translation, but translations of Nabokov books from after 1940 are generally not printed. Why?

13. What is the most common language spoken in Afghanistan?

14. What do all these books have in common: Les Miserables, Mein Kampf, Das Boot, the I Qing, the Mahabarata, the Koran, and the Torah?

15. What were the languages on the Rosetta Stone?

16. What state does not participate in Daylight Savings Time?

17. At what point is the temperature the same in Fahrenheit and Celsius?

18. Please describe the plot of the movie “FDR: American Badass.”

19. Please describe the plot of “The Lion King 1 ½.”

20. Why do restaurants not usually remove the bones from Jellyfish?

21. Name something only one of us has read, heard, or seen.

22. Why should you win?

23. Heads or tails?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

What type of person is called a “Yooper”?

What restaurant is known as Mai Dang Lao in China?

What kind of motorcycle does Hunter S. Thompson reference in Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas?

Many shops have prices set just under a round figure, e.g. $9.99 instead of $10.00 or $99.95 instead of $100.00. People assume that this is done because the price seems lower to the buyer What was the original reason for this pricing method?

Why are manhole covers round instead of square?

From the Caffeine Kid:

1. What guest made the most appearances on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”?

2. What is the only European language that does not have Indo-European roots?

3. What is in a White Russian?

4. What is the name of the bar expert seen on the TV show “Bar Rescue”?

5. Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers died last week. What Warren Zevon song did he inspire?

6. How did the band Toad the Wet Sprocket get its name?

7. In the comedy team of Abbott & Costello, Bud Abbott got the bigger paycheck. Why?

8. What was the first single from the British rock band The Kinks?

9. Explain the concept behind the TV show “Almost Human.”

10. You’re a time traveler sent back to kill Adolf Hitler. Describe at least one way that your plan could ultimately fail.

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:55 AM on 1·14·2014

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Dar Williams: Are You Out There? (End of the Summer)
2. They Might Be Giants with Mike Doughty: Mr. Excitement (2001 Radio Sampler)
3. The Libertines: Up the Bracket (Time for Heroes: The Best of the Libertines)
4. Frank Turner: The Fisher King Blues (Tape Deck Heart)
5. Cream: Tales of Brave Ulysses (Disraeli Gears)
6. Jerry Douglas with Mumford and Sons and Paul Simon: The Boxer (Traveller)
7. Jamie Cullum: The Wind Cries Mary (Experienced!)
8. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: Everybody Needs a Hero (Unvarnished)
9. Led Zeppelin: I Can’t Quit You Babe (Led Zeppelin)
10. John and Brittany: Start Sinning (Start Sinning)
11. Jimmy Cliff: Ruby Soho (Rebirth)
12. Happy Fangs: Midnight Monsters (Happy Fangs EP)
13. R.E.M.: Toys in the Attic (Fall on Me 12” single)
14. Windsor for the Derby: Empathy for People Unknown (Giving Up the Ghost)
15. Buffalo Tom: Going Underground (Fire and Skill: The Songs of the Jam)
16. Warren Zevon: Desperadoes Under the Eaves (Warren Zevon)
17. The Mannish Boys: Death Letter (Double Dynamite)
18. Patsy Cline: She’s Got You (Countrypolitan Hits)
19. Robert Cray Band: I Wonder (Red Blooded Blues)
20. Big Star: Femme Fatale (Music is Love)
21. Rotary Connection: Burning of the Midnight Lamp (Experienced!)
22. Elysian Fields: Les Amours Perdues (Great Jewish Music: Serge Gainsbourg)
23. Umbrella Bed: Two Tone Monster (Refill)
24. Grand Marquis: Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (Blues and Trouble)
25. Booker T and the MGs: It’s Your Thing (The Roots of Hendrix)
26. The Isley Brothers: Twist and Shout (Oldies But Goodies)
27. Chris Chandler and Anne Feeney: The United States of Generica (Flying Poetry Club)
28. John Spencer Blues Explosion: Bag of Bones (Meat and Bone)
29. Rancid: Time Bomb (...And Out Come the Wolves)
30. Funkadelic: One Nation Under a Groove (One Nation Under a Groove)

by Ozone In The AM/PM? from BLACK SABBATH AEROBICS at 11:46 AM on 1·13·2014

G’mornin Gang! Thanks for tuning in Mondays from 7-10AM at the only REAL pet rock radio station! Tons of Metal, Rock, and of course as always….LOCAL MUSIC....ON LOCAL RADIO! Seems to make sense to me? Tune in next week….Brian, my partner in crime and I will be doing our annual Jaco Pastorius show….u don’t wanna miss it! We’ll have all Jaco music, and some clips with our interview w/ Ingrid Pastorius…ya….THAT Ingrid! What an awesome insight into Jacos life! Simply amazing…. and we both really enjoyed interviewing her….stay tuned to WHRW....all day….all week…all month….all year! Thanks to everyone inda Ozone nation!!!!

by t3h933k from Entropy at 9:50 PM on 1·12·2014

Dominic Frontiere – On Any Sunday

Bibio – Don’t Summarise My Summer Eyes
Manual – Suadade
Boards Of Canada – Olson (Midland Edit)

Madlib – Movie Finale
Madlib – Raw Tranquility Pt. 3

[announcements]

Kaoru Abe – Alto Saxophone Improvisation

C&C Music Factory – Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)
Letherette – After Dawn
Dorian Concept – Two Hour Power
Flying Lotus – Massage Situation

'Weird’ Al Yankovic – White & Nerdy
'Weird’ Al Yankovic – Party in the CIA
jabmoreno – Mashup Shots (virt vs LMFAO)
Derris-Kharlan – Come On And BRKfest (Quad City DJs vs goto80)

Haddaway – What Is Love (Rapino Mix)
Nina Simone – Feeling Good (Bassnectar Remix)
Marlena Shaw – Woman of the Ghetto (Flume’s Jackin House Mix)

[announcements]

Prefuse 73 – Desks. Pencils. Bottles.
Xploding Plastix – Kissed by a Kisser

Captain Planet – Bokazo
Synkro – Dwelling
Todd Rundgren – A Dream Goes On Forever

Bastian – Game Over

by Chris Played by Charles Berman from The Mad Trivia Party at 8:56 PM on 1·7·2014

CHRIS PLAYED BY CHARLES BERMAN
1. What is a “Sherlock Holmes hat” actually called?

2. Why is it usually inaccurate when newspapers say that people were evacuated after a disaster?

3. What is Patriot’s Day?

4. In what decade was the transatlantic telegraph completed?

5. What does a costermonger do?

6. Why is it extremely common to believe that Greenland is much larger than it actually is?

7. Who is on the half dollar?
-Who was on it before that person?

8. What does a haberdasher do?

9. Why did millions of people briefly believe that Vladimir Lenin was a mushroom?

10. What medicinal property does snake oil actually have?

11. Describe the plot of the movie Bubba-Hotep.

12. What is the difference between black tea and red tea?

13. What is the difference between sentient and sapient?

14. Name an “untranslatable” word.

15. What is mulled wine?

16. Who played them in the movies? Oscar Wilde, Charlie Chaplin, Ed Wood, Bela Lugosi, J. M. Barrie, Richard Nixon, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Andy Kaufman.

17. What is the annual Bulwer-Lytton Contest?
-Why is it named after Bulwer-Lytton?

18. Name a famous person other than Former Mayor Matt Ryan who is known to have used cocaine.

19. Where does Former Mayor Matt Ryan now live?

20. In epidemiology, what was GRIDS?

21. Name something only one of us has read, heard, or seen.

22. Why should you win?

23. Heads or tails?

24. What percentage of the military’s budget would have to be cut in order to give every man, woman, and child in the US $300 per month in food stamps?

Doc Sonic’s questions:

How many weeks has Pink Floyd’s, Dark Side Of The Moon been in the top 200 on the Billboard charts?

What country was home to the Rhinoceros party?

What company made the Apollo 11 spacesuits?

What is Dendrophilia? (hint, it is not a fear of something)

by MADMANMARK from Completely Deranged at 3:33 AM on 1·7·2014

Yup the master of long shows will be on from 3am-10pm nuff said lets rock

by Doc Mordechi from Fly By Night Radio at 2:58 AM on 1·7·2014

Artist: Song (Album)
1. Living Color: I Want to Know (Vivid)
2. The Everly Brothers: Love is Strange (Beat 'n Soul)
3. Johnny Cash: Go On Blues (American Sampler EP)
4. Humble Pie: Growing Closer (Heavy Mod)
5. Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band: EZ Rider (Shoutin’ in Key)
6. Neil Young: Mr. Soul (Sugar Mountain)
7. Billie Joe and Norah: Roving Gambler (Foreverly)
8. Hot Rod Circuit: The Pharmacist (Another Year on the Streets)
9. Statler Brothers: Flowers on the Wall (Pop Classics of the 60s)
10. Weezer Featuring Hayley Williams: The Rainbow Connection (Muppets: The Green Album)
11. Ben Folds Five: Underground (Ben Folds Five)
12. Ella Fitzgerald: The Hunter Gets Captured By the Game (The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show)
13. Robyn Hitchcock: Let Me Roll It (Songs in the Key of Paul)
14. Morphine: Honey White (MTV 120 Minutes Live)
15. Elvis Presley: I Want You, I Need You, I Love You (Elvis 56)
16. the 101ers: Keys to Your Heart (Burning Ambition: A History of Punk)
17. Stranglers: Get A Grip on Yourself (Rattus Norvegicus)
18. Mike Agranoff: Ballad of the Sandman (The Modern Folk Musician)
19. Five Iron Frenzy: We Own the Skies (Engine of a Million Plots)
20. The Move: Walk Upon the Water (Heavy Mod)
21. Blind Willie McTell: Cold Winter Day (Blind Willie McTell, 1927-1935)
22. Simon and Garfunkel: Hazy Shady of Winter (Bookends)
23. Rolling Stones: Winter (Goat’s Head Soup)
24. The Attack: Magic in the Air (Small Faces and Beyond)
25. They Might Be Giants: Particle Man (MTV 120 Minutes Live)
26. Amanda Palmer and the Grand Theft Orchestra: Institutionalized (A Tribute to Repo Man)
27. Paul Revere and the Raiders: Just Like Me (Pop Classics of the 60s)
28. Alkaline Trio: Metro (Another Year on the Streets)
29. Rise Against: Give It All (Rock Against Bush Volume 1)
30. The Marauders: Since I Met You Here (Pebbles Volume 10)
31. Matt Nathanson: I Hope That Something Better Comes Along (Muppets: The Green Album)

by Doc Sonic from Sonic Research Labs at 12:05 AM on 1·2·2014

Disclosure-Latch feat Sam Smith
Public Service Broadcasting-Spitfire
Jaguar Ma-Backwards Berlin
Washed Out-It All Feels Right
San Fermin-Crueler Kind
Foxygen-Shuggie
Lumerians-The High Frontier

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Ty Segall-Sleeper
The National-Pink Rabbits
This Frontier Needs Heroes-Lonely Swedish Girl
San Cisco-Awkward
Belle And Sebastian-Suicide Girl
Portugal The Man-Sea Of Air

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The Front Bottoms-Santa Monica
Arctic Monkeys- R U Mine?
Bantam Foxes-Check The Weather
Superchunk-Stay At Home
Broncho-Pick A Fight
Hunx & His Punx-Born Blonde
Shannon & The Clams-The River
Yo La Tengo-Paddle Forward
Speedy Ortiz-Tiger Tank
Diarrhea Planet-Hammer Of The Gods
Mudhoney-Slipping Away
Bass Drum Of Death-Shattered Me

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Valerie June-Pushin’ Against A Stone
Fat Freddy’s Drop-Clean The House
Atoms For Peace-Before Your Very Eyes
Foals-Inhaler

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