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Velcome to the haunted Castle!
Special Co Star Tucker ...Boo!!
Halloween Fun Show, all spooky songs,
Bach - Toccata & Fugue in D Minor
The Hollywood Argyles - Alley Oop
Wonderful Winds - Grieg"s March of the Trolls, for Flute Sextet
Tom Waits - Murder in the Red Barn
Screaming Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell On You,
Heart Attack and Vine
Ozzy Osbourne - Sympathy for the Devil
Shirley Bassey - Send in the Clowns
Sex Pistols - Bodies
Nick Cave - Stagger Lee,
Red Right Hand
Nine Inch Nails - Head Like a Hole
Ozzy - Shock the Monkey
Pirates of the Caribbean - A Pirate's Life for Me
Wendy O. Williams - Monkey Suit,
A Pig is a Pig
Much fun and joking around thoughout, many topics,
many of them questionable!
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55678, text in : Tucker
when you get the response,
text in : stop
Chevy Music Showcase!
In Honor of Bob Dylan, and....Pirates
With Special Guest Co-Host Tucker Booth
Bob Dylan featured today, to celebrate his new album
Things Have Changed - from Wonder Boys soundtrack
Gotta Serve Somebody - from Slow Train Coming
I Could Be - Silly J Skillz
Bang Bang - Kash Flow
Gloomy Sunday - Men ith Beards, feat. Black Spade &
Sav Gray (Storm Cruise Remix)
these courtesy of www.bandcamp.com,
Go Go's Secret Tracks, by
The Locash Collective
Pachabel - Rob Paravonian
Eat All the Old People - No Time
thanks Dr. Demento!
Big Boots - Hello Stranger
thanks Honeypot Collection #5!
Most Of The Time - Dylan, High Fidelity soundtrack
Day of the Locust - from the album New Morning
The Man In Me - from The Big Labowski soundtrack
Quinn The Eskimo - original Dylan
Wig Wam - Dylan instrumental, sorta
In Honor of Talk Like A Pirate Day!
Sam Walton's Blues - Pirates R Us, from Occupy Bellingham, bandcamp
Bobbeldy Breasts - Johnson and Tofte, from Dr. Demnento
Friggin' In The Riggin' - Sex Pistols, from Who Killed Bambi?
Men - Martin Mull, from left field
from Dylan's new album, Tempest
Long and Wasted Years
Early Roman Kings
Pay in Blood
Recorded live at www.killradio.org studio, Los Angeles California
Lots of other stuff
Where We Ask The Musical Question,
Beastie Boys --Jimmy James, Funky Boss,
Iggy Pop --Beat 'Em Up,
"Huge Ancient Civilizations
Collapse Explained" --
Live Science article
Denis Leary -- Lock N Load...
Iggy -- Drink New Blood
playlist for episode #12 of Truth is Bullshit 9/22/2011
every Thursday 4-6pm PST on www.killradio.org
1. Bauhaus - Mirror Remains
2. William S. Burroughs - Spare Ass Annie
3. Chris & Cosey - Re-education Through Labor
4. Feathers - I'm Not Quite
5. Holy Ghost Revival - Hot Love in a Berlin Bombshelter
6. Travis Johnson - Rawhide Pajamas
7. Babyland - Structure Fall
8. Cabaret Voltaire - Seconds Too Late
9. Liquid Sky - Afternoon
10. Christian Death- Electra Descending
11. P.I.L. - Memories
12. Thomas Park - Under Stars
13. Syphilis Sauna - LEA
14. Murder - Blood Out
15. Billy Holiday - You Don't Know What Love Is
16. the Association - Breakfast
17. Delia Derbyshire - Running
18. the Abigails - Space & Time
and live guests Rock Bottom Comedy Troop
Whoaa! So much music was played this second part of the show! Be prepared for some bawdy comedy, too. Starting with The Children of Bodom, doing a Britney Spears cover, Oops, I Did It Again. Then a Chris Rock bit, about Poor White People, then Sam Kinison gives us his view on The Homeless, and then Rodney Dangerfield does some "blue", about Hookers and Toasters, and then Sam Kinison returns for a bit about Blowjobs. Yeah. Followed that with Rusty Warren giving her version of Frankie and Johnny.
Chumbawamba followed that with Mouthful of Shit, Timebomb, and Give The Anarchist a Cigarette. had to follow that up with Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen, doing Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette.
David Rose contributes The Stripper, and then the next set is a short visit to the Dead Kennedys, they do Riot, Religous Vomit, and California Uber Alles, and I had to add We've Got a Bigger Problem Now. Dick Dale did Banzai Wipeout, and then, Zip A Dee Doo Dah, from The Song of the South, and Gary Jules does Mad World, from Donnie Darko. Donovan plays Universal Soldier, and back to Dick Dale, Commanche, and Ring of Fire.
A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down, and then Homo Truck Drivin' Man, and Larry Fisher does his My Name is Larry, and Tiny Tim and Brave Combo cover Stairway to Heaven.
Next set of music starts with Fatboy Slim, The Rockefeller Skank, and then Fear, with I Love Livin' in the City, and Ugly as You. Then, a bit of Floyd Cramer, with an instrumental version of Crazy, and Zero Mostel, Sunrise, Sunset. Had to play Flogging Molly, doing Every Dog Has His Day, and then Frank and Nancy Sinatra, Saying Something Stupid...
Then a fit of Frank Zappa, Honey, Don't You Want a Man Like Me?, Broken Hearts are for Assholes, Bolero, and Wind Up Workin' at a Gas Station. Followed with Fred Eaglesmith, Crazier, Fred Lane, Dial O for Bigelow, and Gary Moore, Walkin' By Myself. Wow!
This show, the "Mea Culpa" show, starts with some Esquivel, Sentimental Journey,Latin-esque, Mucha Muchacha, and Surfboard; from the Space Age Bachelor Pad Music CD. Next, is a short piece by Alan Watts, Being Aware of Awareness, and this first set ends with Arcade Fire, doing a Talking Heads cover, This Must Be The Place.
There is a band, who got every Monday night in August at the Silverlake Lounge, they're called Twilight Sleep, and we received a CD from them, and I played two songs, "the other one", and "comme il faut", I notice they're in lower case on the disc. Then, The Red Devils played She's Dangerous, and I Wish You Would.
Next, I tried to recreate some of the show that was last night at Beyond Baroque, in Venice, by Max Sympathy, backed by Best Available Technology (BAT), an "experimental" "art" band? I read a poem by Max, called "Goth Child". Followed by the Voice of the Homeless CD, a song called Thank God I Quit Drinkin'
Then, hear Prelude in C Minor, by Bach, on pipe organ. After that, some Ulean Pipes, lovely bagpipe music, an Irish March (which was used as background to talk over, hope you don't mind). Then Bauhaus did St. Vitus Dance, and Billie holiday did Pennies From heaven.
For some inspiration, Brian tracy does a short talk on the subjuct of The Importance of a Positive Attitude, listen up. To keep the mood going, The Buzzcocks did Everybody's Happy Nowadays, and also Harmony in my Head. Then, Cab Calloway, with Reefer Man, and Canned Heat, with Got My Mojo Workin', and then Amphetamine Annie. Followed that with Charlie McCoy, doing Amazing Grace, on harmonica, and then Chet Atkins, with Rocky Top.