Sunday, June 23, 2013

Ear Candy Update for June 23, 2013

A new podcast packed with fresh new music for your ear holes.

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Today we celebrate new goodness and music that should be played on modern commercial radio. Well, to heck with them. We know what good music is and as you know, it's our mission to share it with you.

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The tracks:
  1. Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra) - The Vaccines
  2. Die Little Love (Menthol 100's Version) -   Xray Eyeballs
  3. Break Every Heart I Can - Eli "Paperboy" Reed
  4. Break The Walls - Fitz and The Tantrums
  5. Revolution - Dr. John
  6. Execution in Autumn - Wu-Tang Clan
  7. Global Concepts - Robert DeLong
  8. Don't Cry Baby Blue - Low Cut Connie
  9. Unbelievers - Vampire Weekend
  10. The Only Place - Best Coast
  11. Lost Highway - The Replacements
  12. Partners In Crime - The Strokes
  13. I Like It - Foxy Shazam
  14. Hot Summer Night - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
  15. Here Comes the Sun - Yuna
  16. I Still Believe - Frank Turner

Thursday, June 20, 2013

My Vinyl Oldies Childhood

An Ear Candy Update pulled directly from my collection of oldies vinyl 45s.

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For years I've been assembling a collection of 45 rpm records that best help me remember the joy and wonder of my childhood. I tuned out the Top 40 and tuned into 94.9 WIBM out of East Lansing, Michigan. WIBM was the very first oldies radio station in America. They focused  on tunes from the birth of rock and roll until the end of the British Invasion. You were gonna hear "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," but not "Purple Haze." Time went by, the station got reformatted, I moved away, life went on. But those sounds stuck with me, guided me, formed a bedrock upon which I would continue to build my House of Wax. I put just 18 of these 45s through the digital conversion process but they're 18 amazing tracks. You get to hear all the snaps, crackles and pops for the authentic feel. Thanks for listening - Jason 
The tracks:

  1. Let's Dance - Chris Montez
  2. Little Bit o' Soul - The Music Explosion
  3. Everyday People - Sly & The Family Stone
  4. I Can See for Miles - The Who
  5. Glad All Over - The Dave Clark Five
  6. Five O'Clock World - The Vogues
  7. The Pied Piper - Crispian St. Peters
  8. Come and Go With Me - The Del-Vikings
  9. The Boy from New York City - The Ad Libs
  10. Bend Me, Shape Me - The American Breed
  11. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie - Jay & The Techniques
  12. The Wonder of You - Elvis
  13. In the Year 2525 - Zager & Evans
  14. Rhythm of the Rain - The Cascades
  15. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye - Steam
  16. Midnight Confessions - The Grass Roots
  17. Sweet City Woman - The Stampeders 
  18. The Rapper - The Jaggerz

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Lenny Bruce is Not Afraid

"Take away the right to say "fuck" and you
take away the right to say 'Fuck the government.'"

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The tracks:
The Meaning of Obscenity - Lenny Bruce
Context for the Word Fag - Chris Rock
The Word Muthafucka - Bernie Mac
Tits vs. Ass - Louis Katz
Cockblock - Amy Schumer
Craigslist - Aziz Ansari
Clean Filth - Patton Oswalt
Last Girlfriend - Christopher Titus
Fart Game in the Tub - Eddie Murphy
Pre-Bully Your Own Kids - Kevin Hart
Grandparents - Bill Cosby
Suck a Bag of Dicks - Louis C.K.
America the Augmented - Daniel Tosh
Never Been to Prison - Todd Barry
Why Terrorists Won't Take Black People Hostage - Dave Chappelle
Religion - Bill Hicks
Funny As Hell - Anthony Jeselnik
Blacking Out and Making Money - John Mulaney
Gay Marriage - Louis C.K.
Blah Blah Blah - Lenny Bruce
Three Easy Payments - Mitch Hedberg
Wish a Motherfucker Would - Cedric the Entertainer
Wack Writing - Hannibal Buress
Richard Pryor Medley