Death to Free Form

Being a show that truly is freeform and does not simply discuss freeform.

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"Broadcasting as it exists now in the United States is an unmitigated whore. At some stage in its history, there was a chance to turn it into a creative, artful, caring medium; but then all the toads came along, realizing the power of radio and television to hawk their awful wares. The saga of broadcasting in America is littered with the bodies of those who wanted to do something significant --- and who were driven out [or more correctly, sold out] by the pimps and thieves who now run the media.

Broadcasting does not have to be so vile and boorish... The art of radio can be used for artistic means; the radio-soul does not have to be made into a strumpet for soap and politicians." - Lorenzo Wilson Milam

I had to do this. Seriously. I felt a deep pull from all the fibers of my being and had to let this rip. I missed the mark previously, settling for unrestrained shouting into the mic about the death of radio - it's hard to be objective especially when you're wearing rose-colored glasses. So it goes.

So here you are, something wildly different. I hope you have fun. I hope you're inspired to listen to the artists included more frequently, or even better, you're inspired to start a broadcast of your own.


Duke WilburyIf you have any suggestions, bitches, gripes, complaints or praise, email me right here:

The tracks:
Monkey Gone to Heaven - The Pixies
Basic Hip - Del Close & John Brent
1976 - RJD2
Burn My Shadow - UNKLE feat. Ian Astbury
Psychopathia Sexualis - Lenny Bruce
London's Burning - The Clash
I Was a Teenage Anarchist - Against Me!
Have Your Ass Home by 11:00 - Richard Pryor
Celebration of the Lizard - The Doors
Banned in the U.S.A. - 2 Live Crew
A Night in Tunisia - Dexter Gordon
Hang On Little Tomato - Pink Martini
Flight of the Cosmic Hippo - Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
Lincoln at Shiloh, With General Grant - Stan Freberg
Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) - Baz Luhrman
America - Allen Ginsberg
The Real Problem is Gay Marriage - Lewis Black
Psychotic Reacion - Count Five
Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television - George Carlin
Shadow People - Dr. Dog
Underwear Goes Inside the Pants - Lazyboy
Teen Age Riot - Sonic Youth
Marc Antony's Funeral Oration - Lord Buckley
Heroin - The Velvet Underground
Heartbreak Hotel - John Cale
Catholic Girls - Frank Zappa
Rush Limbaugh - Bill Hicks
Viva la Revolution - The Addicts


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