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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.If I did, you wouldn't hear the end of them on my show. Don't get me wrong, I think Dave Grohl (whom my brother-in-law thinks I look like) is talented and funny, but that doesn't make me a fan of the band! I wonder where she got the sarcastic sense of humor from? We talk about music, high school, attending live shows at a young age, her friends, and just what makes a teenager tick. I've denoted Lauson's selection with a "L" next to the track. Most of the music on this show I haven't shared with you before, so count yourself lucky. Tune in Monday's 8-10PM (PDST) See you on the "radio" jh Rocked By Rape: Evolution Control Committee Take a Letter, Maria: R. Greaves Coral: Ken Nordine Never Can Say Goodbye: Herbie Mann (with Duane Allman) Go To Satan: Rube Waddell Wild Action: The Ventures California Sun: The Dictators Panchito Blues II: Peach Kelly Pop Comptroller: Frisco Azure: Ken Nordine So Much For Love: Pearl Harbor and the Explosions Related to What: The Last Poets Suspiria: Goblin Focus Pocus: Big Business Shake Shake Shake: Bryan Ferry Don't Keep Me Wonderin': Allman Brothers Band (January 24, 1970 Whiskey Go Go, LA, CA) Little Red Hen: Taj Mahal Everybody's Happy Nowadays: Buzzcocks (March, 2 1979 Paradiso, Amsterdam) I Wanna Be Around: Tony Bennett May This Be Love: Emmylou Harris and Daniel Lanois (November 8, 1995 State Theater, Portland, ME) A Thousand Big Bangs: Ken Nordine (with Jerry Garcia and Tom Waits) Creole Love Call: Roland Kirk Maggie Sue: Tae Bankrobber: Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros (August 19, 1999 Two Days A Week Festival, Wiesen, Austria) A Minute to Pray, A Second to Die: The Flesh Eaters (July 17,1982 Clutch Cargo's, Detroit, MI) Tangled Up In Blue: Jerry Garcia Band (Live at the Eel - June 10, 1989) What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong Did ya hear the news, it's all over town. I got to interview the love duo that makes up San Francisco's Love Jerks!!!Not only did they meet and fall in love, but their wedding was epic! The came on last Monday night to talk up their Valentine's Day show at the Rickshaw Stop. Have you seen the promotional videos they have made for this gig? I just realized that I asked "don't you", and not "do not you". Yes folks, we here at Radio Valencia believe the only good radio is diverse radio.These two are the future; you better get on the bus now! Why I play all kinds of diverse genres: metal, heavy metal, death metal, speed metal, stoner metal, and doom metal.And let's not forget those who have taken the time to master these recordings, digitize them and make them available (free of charge) to you and me. Enjoy, and please NEVER buy a bootleg, never convert to mp3 and always share.jh Rastaman Chant/Lion Of Judah/Keep The Faith: Bob Marley and the Wailers (April 23, 1976 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA) Iko Iko: Dr. Lauson has been joining me twice a year on my show for the past seven years.
For me it wasn't until I joined KFJC in the late 80s. I couldn't hum along, and the dissonant guitar and driving rhythms left my stomach aching a wee bit. That was the problem however, finding Flipper records was not as easy task; even in the Bay Area. Leading up to their Bay Area shows, celebrating their 40th anniversary (with many years off during that tenure), Flipper-founder/guitarist Ted Falconi, and their current (and 8th) bassist Rachel Thoele stopped into Hell's Kitchen Radio on Radio Valencia Monday night to chat up their many years, many bassists, many tours, and many road stories.
At 14 I would expect her to listen to more pop-centered tunes, but then I remember that she's my daughter, and that I play a lot of alternative genres and artists at home. There's lots of new music represented tonight, as well as some classics you have probably never heard before. Check out new music from Gringo Star, Perfect Son, Cherry Glazerr, Sunflower Bean, Deer Tick, Royal Canoe, Brownout, and Jon Spencer. You seem you need to tune in so you too can have the chance of winning tickets to shows. I've played with this over the years, and I feel it's time to throw it back into the mix.
She did remind me that I don't play enough contemporary hip-hop. I do take issue with her flagrant LIES about my love for Foo Fighters. It's been a few weeks, I know, but don't let that be a reason you forget about dear old Hell. I completely failed to play any Ken Nordine, who passed away this past weekend. Many DJs also have music they speak over; known as a music bed. jh Cold Bear: The Gaturs Lawyers, Guns and Money: Warren Zevon Call of the West: Wall of Voodoo Watchdog: Gringo Star Devil Doll: X I Still Miss Someone: Johnny Cash Anthrocene: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds It's For Life: Perfect Son Black Sabbath: Melvins (with Al Cisneros) Dadii: Cherry Glazerr Come For Me: Sunflower Bean When My Left Eye Jumps: Buddy Guy Pressure Drop: The Clash Red and Orange: John Abercrombie Pale Blue Eyes: Deer Tick RAYZ: Royal Canoe I Got The Hits: Jon Spencer White Cat: WAND Walk on By: The Stranglers Livin In The Ghetto: Purple Image My Uzi Weighs A Ton: Brownout Mr.
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.
Often times I get more influenced by those sharing the studio with me, than by what I hear on the air. And since we have no constraints on what we can or cannot play here at Radio Valencia, I felt obliged to feed my urge. Their "final show" (of which I've seen more than my fair share) was just days after my son was born, October 8th, 2017. I did buy some tasty vinyl over the break, however. I quickly threw my first tune on, "Porno" by local SF funk-punksters Limbomaniacs (if you saw them back in the 90s then you know), and as I was contemplating my own porn addiction (tongue in cheek, folks, seriously), I thought about what other addictions people are known to enjoy. Oh the joys of the holidays, when we look for any coping mechanism within reach. jh Hell's Kitchen Radio with John Hell Mondays 8-10PM Radio Valencia in SF On For The Darkness: Curtis Mayfiled Lickin' Stick Lickin' Stick: James Brown Let's Start: Fela Kuti and Ginger Baker Hit It And Pass It: Rasputin Stash Make It New York: Ghostface Killah Sure Shot: Beastie Boys Investigation: Carl Holmes I Get A Kick Out Of You: Tony Bennett Moonlight Mile: Lee Fields and the Expressions There Is A Mountain: Jo Jones Got What It Takes: Lord Loves A Working Man Can't Help Myself: Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Orchestra Drown In My Own Tears: Ray Charles F. Join me on Thursday, February 1st at the SF Eagle for a memorial for our late friend, and horniest horn man, Ralph Carney.