Tunage

  • Sat
    Dec 09
    3:00 am -
    5:00 am
  • Mon
    Dec 11
    5:00 am -
    7:00 am

Handprints of Our People

Handprints of Our People is the album name from the duo of Anthony Wakeman & Aaron White. A nice acoustic mix of native american tunes. You will hear it in its full glory during hour one of the show. Hour two finishes up the record, and then six bands take us through some excellent prog music: Fragile State, Barrio Jazz Gang, Al-Pha-X, Akama, Brooklyn Rider, and Chicago, from their second double album release. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Dec 07
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm
  • Wed
    Dec 13
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

The Open Gates of Your Dreams

Centripetal SoundsThursday at 2PM you can hear the Eleven Year Anniversary Show of Centripetal Sounds. Pictured is a section of the banner that adorns the studio where the show is produced. Originally created by Don Bozarth, lately of Chipley, Florida. The centripetal part of the name comes from the definition of centripetal force, that which moves one towards a center. In this case, the tiny hole in the center of each record I play. Or, the center of the known siderial universe- depending on how much you like what I play. I am The G Man, a name suggested to me by former DJ Ken Malloy. I immediately adopted that moniker because of the old G Men in the 50's film noir movies featuring shadowy men with fedoras. I play music you cannot hear on any other station, thanks to James Moore, Roland Wells, and a host of other fine people that have a vision of all-inclusiveness. I do not take this for granted. I want you to note that it takes productive people to help you do your best. You can hear what that sounds like simply by tuning in.

  • Sat
    Dec 02
    3:00 am -
    5:00 am
  • Mon
    Dec 04
    5:00 am -
    7:00 am

The Nightime Real Deal, Also Generated

RRA bunch of new bands with a slightly psychedelic tinge to them, plus some sweet guitar vamping, and presto, you have a show. Playing a track from the album of the month by Hendrix, People, Hell, and Angels. Playing a nice prog piece, also from 1969, by Reign Ghost, and a short track by Pete Seeger. The rest of the show is some 2017 work by a host of fresh rock and rollers. Look for tracks by East & West Rendevous, The Citradels, Headroom, and The Paperweight Array. Get the exact playlist off of the blog for the show. Check into the bands online as you drift through a fine set of songs. Cool Breeze

RRHour One of the show has one of those sequences of songs that has a flow to it, so the time passes like a dream. Opal, Pool, Loggins & Messina, Bruce Palmer, and A Certain Ratio have a lot to do with that... Hour Two is a treat, and you can thank Millard Fillmore for it. We will spin the entire brand new release by The Host County, their third and self-titled CD. The band will be playing a show at the Depot in Fairfield December 8th, so catch a preview of the exciting songs they will be playing live at that time. In the late 1960's in Des Moines a certain radio station had a show where they played full albums, called The Millard Fillmore Memorial Record Hour. I stole the idea, and I'm glad I did. Cool Breeze

  • Sat
    Nov 11
    3:00 am -
    5:00 am
  • Mon
    Nov 13
    5:00 am -
    7:00 am

Do I Move You?

Do I Move You? is the opening track on another set of vital rock and roll tunes coming your way this weekend. New music follows by Randall Bramblett, Josh Ritter, and Will Hoge. From there we take a peek at some psych rock via Kaleidoscope, Breasts, Hapsash & The Colored Coat, Mountain Bus, and The Warlocks, just to name a few. Nothing more satisfying than kicking back, relaxing, and enjoying some tunage. Saturday morning @ 2 AM, or Monday morning @ 4 AM. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Nov 09
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 15
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

(1967)

G ManIn parenthesis, because I have had all year to do special shows about 1967 and have not got around to it. It is pretty much my favorite year of music, all said and done. As is evidenced by the fact that I have more albums in my collection from that year than any other year. The usual suspects will be playing, and there will be a few songs you have never heard, unless you dig around underground like I do. 45 songs over three hours starting with The Small Faces and ending with Vanilla Fudge. The G Man 

  • Thu
    Nov 02
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 08
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

72% of Centripetal Sounds This Week

G ManWell, I figured it up, and about 72 % of the show this week is by an interesting and accomplished band called The Beatles. Between 3/22/63 and 12/15/64 they had nine major releases, countless singles and ep's, and they did a bunch of video. There may be more prolific bands, but not with the success they had. This music was being purchased at a fantastic rate, also. We will hear tunes off of twenty-one of their albums, if I don't blat too much, and the other songs are mostly by folks who were in studio sessions with The Beatles, like Dave Mason, Eric Clapton, Donovan, Nicky Hopkins, and Billy Preston. It has been close to eleven years I have been doing this show, and I never have done one in this style before now. Please Please Me to Let It Be. I think a good time will be had by all. The G Man

  • Sat
    Oct 28
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Oct 30
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

Darn Interesting, If You Ask Me

RRA very satisfying slection of tunes for the discerning listening starting Saturday morning at 2 AM. From Des Moines, The River Monks and The Host Country. A little latin flavor with some Chico Mann and Royal Servants. Plus the usual where-did-that-come-from stuff by bands like Middle Earth Ensemble, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, and The Velvet Illusions. If 2 AM is too much of a stretch for you, 4 AM Monday morning- there is a replay. I end up hearing that time slot myself, since it is easy for me to get up early, but hard to stay up late. If you are like me, you appreciate a wide range of styles of music. Here you go. Cool Breeze

  • Sat
    Oct 21
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Oct 23
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

Ode To Joy

RRThe Beat Pharmacy, Hala Strana, Gary Duncan, Kurt Vile, and Horseback are my featured artists of the morning on the next Rainbow Rider program. Over a dozen songs recently produced in the last year or so, and a wide-ranging set of styles to boot. 22 songs in all, so check the playlist out online here under Centripetal Sounds, and also be aware that the replay of this show is Monday morning from 4-6 A.M. Cool Breeze

  • Sat
    Oct 14
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Oct 16
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

Outvocation

RRYour next chemical experience listening to music is akin to me tossing a big bunch of alternative tunes in your face like sparkle graffiti. There , I said it. Outvocation is a wierd and wonderful exercise by Psychic Ills. Outer Realms by Cave Singers, Further Outro by Salvia Plath, Out There by Blue Faces, Out of Sight by The Holydrug Couple: Well, you get the idea. New music by Horseback, Astral Son, and Between Interval, as well as Lazy Eye all the way from the big island. Can't say enough good things about the great music available this year. Cool Breeze