Tunage

  • Sat
    Nov 22
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Nov 24
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

Music For Travelers In The Dark

RRIf you have no sense of direction, and no common sense at all, you are either a politician, or you tend to stay at home in the nighttime. For those of you in the latter category, and all of you roaming around in cars in the bitter cold, have I got a treat for you. Five epic songs spaced thru the show by Om, Earth, The Lemon Pipers, Kaleidoscope, and Uriah Heep. A six-minute-long dip into Symphony No.3 in E-flat Major by Beethoven, an adaptation of Toccata by Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, and a long strange trip by Jefferson Airplane keeps it interesting. Plus some ditties by Albert Hammond, Jr., Jarvis Humby, and The Beatles. As a two hour block, it is quite exquisite. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Nov 20
    2:00 pm -
    4:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 26
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am

Centripetal Sounds- All Killer, No Filler

ShirtTwenty-eight songs on this edition of the show, with new music by the following: Kacey Musgraves, Psychic Ills, The Host Country, The Holydrug Couple, Stardeath and The White Dwarfs, and Sloan. Plus some oldies but goodies like Mad World, The Sad Cafe, Everlong, and Mr. Bojangles. Not a single dud in the bunch. Programming note: December 11 is the 8 year anniversary celebration. Stay tuned for all sorts of surprises. The G Man

  • Sat
    Nov 15
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Nov 17
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

Something New on The Rainbow Rider

RRCheck out the playlist for this show, and if you like what you see, email me at centripetalsounds@gmail.com and let me know. Now, as usual, I have a little bit of this, and a little bit of that, for the show tomorrow morning. Two new songs from The War On Drugs and Land Observations. Both of these new releases are worthy of your attention. Now I also have some older goodies. I have a great version of the song Lovelight by The Grateful Dead from a boot called Cryptical Envelopment. Also Kansas City brings us JPT Scare Band with an epic cut from Past Is Prologue. Frank Zappa, John Handy, Renaissance- hey, we got it all for you, stop on by and give a listen. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Nov 13
    2:00 pm -
    4:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 19
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am

Dawn To Dark and In-Between

C SoundsAnother show in the 'life' series. We begin with Dawn Is A Feeling by The Moody Blues, a clever and evocative bit of story-telling off of the classic Days of Future Passed album. Next up Black Mountain and their admonition: 'Oh no, you don't ever want to get someplace where you cannot believe...' Robert Palmer will suggest you Get Outside, Cracker will badger you to take action, and The Ozark Mountain Daredevils will point their collective fingers in the direction they feel you need to take. All a part of the big fun and killer rock and roll on Centripetal Sounds this week. The G Man

  • Thu
    Nov 06
    2:00 pm -
    4:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 12
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am

Calling All Lovers Of Life

Celebrate

 

Well, after that long season of political ads that were the digital equivalent of something that dropped out of a tall cow's butt, you may be ready, like I am, for some humor, some levity, some general soothing of the spirit. Celebrate?

That's the show this week, folks. Frank Zappa, The Fraternal Order of The All, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, and Jefferson Airplane set the bar for frivolity. Plus some of my favorite lyrics from the likes of Faine Jade, Blind Faith, Cracker, and Illinois Speed Press. Lots of songs from lots of genres, and no commercial interruptions. The G Man

RR2014 music by the following bands: The War On Drugs, Rick Reinhart, The Proper Ornaments, My Expanded Awareness, and La Hell Gang. Most recent release music by The Black Hollies, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Salvia Plath, Psychic Ills, Kurt Vile, Gap Dream, Rose Windows, and Cheyenne Mize. Plus some older classic stuff by Ray Charles, Renaissance, Twink, and Swervedriver. These songs have a tendency to take a wide swing around their center of gravity. Cool Breeze

RRThe 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, and 2000's all represented in the 2-4 AM time slot Saturday morning. The more recent material comes from The Black Hollies (No Illusion), Moonalice (Tell Me It's OK), Anders Osborne (Mind of A Junkie), and Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound (Summon The Vardig). And we go to the way back machine for The Glass Family (I Want To See My Baby), Black Sabbath ( Solitude), and Grand Funk Railroad (Inside Looking Out). 15 songs in all. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Oct 30
    1:00 pm -
    3:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 05
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am

A Natural Kind of Joy

River of Five ColorsHad an opportunity to spend some time in the big trees recently. Sat down and put together an earthy playlist that reflects some of the awesome feeling of that experience. From Natural World to Nature's Boy, and In The Wild Hills to Green Heaven. From Mother Earth and Earth Anthem to River of Orchids and Castle Keep. Stop on by at 2 PM Thursday and relax into a deep set of organic music.  The G Man

RRLast week you will remember I ran up from 1927 until 1966, owing to the relatively minor amount of music I have from those early years. This show kicks around in just a two year time span. The heavy hitters are courtesy of The Seeds, The Chamber Brothers, Country Joe & The Fish, and The Doors. I am playing a string of singles from people like James & Bobby Purify, Los Bravos, Count Five, Donovan, and The Hollies. And then a few odballs by Frank Zappa, The Blues Project, The Freeborne, and The Glass Family. You will likely be enjoying a song you have not heard in a long time. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Oct 23
    1:00 pm -
    3:00 pm
  • Wed
    Oct 29
    1:00 am -
    3:00 am

Do You Hear The Bell of Truth Ringing?

G Man'And thats the thing, do you recognize the bell of truth when you hear it ring?' - Leon Russell, from the leadoff track on Centripetal Sounds Thursday at 2 PM, with a replay next Wednesday morning at 2 AM. I was reading these ridiculous posts on a certain self-publishing website, and I thought of the song Stranger In A Strange Land with those fabulous lyrics. As you can see from the playlist on my blog, I have attached 23 songs onto the supposition that the only way out of ignorance and oppression is education. Educate yourself for the coming conflicts. There are at least three sides to every story. And, if you feel like you need a rock and roll fix with thoughtful, socially conscious lyrics, join me for the show. The G Man

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