Dear Brothers and Sisters and Children too;

Thanks for a new year to come, Keep us Oh Iah, from the confusion of face and every evil works of the world, now ready to perish at Thy appearance and revival of Thy chosen Sons of Light, the Israel of Goud. Call us out of Egypt, where so ever by our disobedience we have been blown. And gather us as Moses of old, for Thou wast with Him, and thru the wilderness and tribulation unto New Ierusalem at Thy Throne; Thy Throne is an everliving Throne and Thy dominion unto all the Nations of the Earth...come and see what desolations He hath made in the Earth, He breaketh the Bow, He burneth the chariot in the Fire; Be still and Knoweth That I Am Goud, even thy Goud Oh, Israel !


meltzer book
Picked up the book "Autumn Rhythm"  by one of my favorite writers, Richard Meltzer, not long ago and he rambles about geezer-hood, this and that and after touching on the "proper" use of heroin and the opiates, he comes up with this... 

"Speaking of which, from experience, I would say there's really only one viable program of low-to-mid grief reduction (don't laugh): the blues. Equip yourself- listen to everybody from Charlie Patton to Son House to Memphis Minnie to Robert Wilkins to Robert Johnson to Elmore James and Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins, John Lee Hooker (pre-1960), Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter...all the way up to like Otis Rush, Albert Collins and, okay, Jimi Hendrix. (No Robert Cray.) (And no Stevie Ray Vaughn.) At its best, and I'm not talkin' semi-best, rock as a means to that desired end is a semi-reprise of the blues (never the full dose)."

- Prot, why did you wanna to come to our planet?

- Well, I've been here many times before. But what brought me here first? I dunno. Pure curiousity I guess. I'd never been to a Class BA-3 planet before.

- Class BA- 3?

- Early stage of evolution. Future uncertain...

Saturday morning at 9:00.

We'll post the playlist afterward.

A scene from tonight's exciting episode!









Join globetrotting cartographer and explorer Tom Archer and his riverboat captain ex-brother-in-law Walt Kirby as they find more than they ever expected in Hidden Gem of Kumbundu.

The P5K Radio Workshop presents an exhilarating half-hour of radio theater excitement at 10:15 PM tonight, Friday March 20th, 2009.


Uptempo garage rock at it's finest this week, FEATURING The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and songs by U2, Violent Femmes, Led Zeppelin, The...Vers, and a host of bands you are going to hear for the first time.


We'll all be better off for it, too............

hee hee


The G Man


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Actually, orange is the color to wear on St. Patrick's Day if you're Irish--and Protestant.

The I.W.H., always the champion of the underdog, will begin this week's show with some orange songs. After which of course the I.W.H., in order to curry favor with the majority, will move to greener postures.


Tuesday 3/16

Singer-Songwriter Lori Diamond
New England singer-songwriter Lori Diamond has just released her second album.  The songs on lush, piano-based Mystery speak of love, loss, gratitude and other facets of the human experience.  Her crystal clear voice and sparkling piano work also live up to her name!

Join me for an interview with Lori, plus a short set of Celtic music by female singer-songwriters in honor of St. Patrick's Day!

The Lyrical Venus Radio Hour 9-10am Central Tuesday Morning!  (Interview at 9:10)

Well red


Tonight on 180 Degrees, Host Special K and Irregular Guest PGK play musical nuggets of the color RED.

After such response from their YELLOW program a few months ago, the banter boys are back at it. It's
all RED tonight from 8:00-10:00p.m. You'd think with tomorrow being St. Pat's Day and all, they'd go for GREEN. But hey, that's just how they roll.

So set your dial, and stay awhile.

Sunday Night March 15th 11/10c

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