Tunage

  • Sat
    Apr 08
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Apr 10
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

100% Blues

RRThis weekend, the show is dedicated to blues, all in really, since every song is blues-based. The range is from slow tunes by folks like Blodwyn Pig, Patrick Hazell, and The Catheads, to killer blow outs courtesy of Foghat, Canned Heat, and Debris. The way-back machine will highlight Lovin' Spoonful, Climax Blues Band, and Savoy Brown. Enjoy, but get some sleep so you can go to the Depot tomorrow night! Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Apr 06
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Apr 12
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

Music To Watch Girls By

G ManThat being said, it is the leadoff track to a compendium of fine songs about wonderful women. Lots of timely favorites by Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Robert Palmer, David Gilmour, and The Moody Blues. Some lesser off the beaten track artists like The Sky, Panama Limited, Creepy John Thomas and Black Cat Bone also appear. This is a raucous affair, get ready to rock and roll. The G Man

  • Sat
    Apr 01
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Apr 03
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

This Show Is Like A Big Chunk of Brisket

RRI am not gonna lie to you, this show is meaty, like a slab of aromatic beef with a dark crust resting in a big-ass pan. I have grammy winners Sarah Jarosz, Snarky Puppy, and Bobby Rush, and I have Public Memory, who should have won. New KRUU DJ Luke Davids give us Better Days. There is live Allman Brothers Band, new music from The Infamous Stringdusters, and hard blues via TS McPhee, American Blues, Studebaker John, and Partrick Hazell. Hey, tasty wins the day. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Mar 30
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Apr 05
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

A Teenager at '67

G ManThat would be me. I turned 13 in 1967, the subject of my next Centripetal Sounds. I am starting off this set with a track by The Host Country. And a three song set at the start of IN ROOT, to celebrate their upcoming concert at The Depot April 8th. The rest of the show is music from 50 years ago. Interestingly, 23 of the songs on my list are brand new to the show. I'm gonna roll with Monterey by The Animals like Brandon Nelson did on Deep Tracks March 2nd. After that, we are headed off to a treasure trove of incredibly imaginative songs. 1967 may have been the best rock year for debut albums evah ... Get ready for tunes by The Moody Blues, Procol Harum, The Grateful Dead, Donovan, The Serpent Power, The Kinks, John Fahey, The Nightcrawlers, and Moby Grape. Three hours of worthy efforts Thursday at 2 PM, turn on, tune in, and live the dream.  The G Man

  • Sat
    Mar 25
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am
  • Mon
    Mar 27
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am

18 Bands, 19 Songs, Two Hours of Prog Music

RRHard to pin down just what it is about this set of tunes that is so attractive. I have brand new music from Sarah Jarosz, Patrick Hazell, and Public Memory. Also very recent releases by Snarky Puppy, Fursaxa, and Third Coast Blues Collective. Heck, even the blues offerings are progressive in their own right. Mike Bloomfield and Mark-Almond Band, in addition to Ill Wind and The C.A.Quintet hold down the way-back machine slots. Something for everyone this weekend. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Mar 23
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Mar 29
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

The G Man Unearths Alternative Facts

G ManIn my ever-expanding quest to extend the underground passageways of rock music, I have discovered the original cave where dreamers do. As it turns out, rock musicians have been laying out an alternative view of reality since the beginning. I have some readings off of album covers to highlight this point. Facts are known by their objective reality. Where you get your news can frame the picture you see. We'll survey some tunes, maybe 30 in all, by Head Machine, Yuna, The Fair Sex, 20th Century Zoo, The Boston Tea Party, and some more mainstream acts like Steppenwolf, Real Estate, and Queens of The Stone Age. My selections will get you out of your head. Join me Thursday at 2 PM.

RRThe show begins with Moonalice and then heads into a complete reading of the Pigcicle release by Rob Lumbard. Hour two has a number of interesting tracks by The Allman Brothers Band, The Golden Palominos, Jimmy Page, and Paul Reddick. Plus a song or two you probably have not heard by the likes of Siena Root, Ellie Pop, or the Wizards From Kansas. Replay at 4 AM Monday morning if you need some juice to start your day. Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Mar 16
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Mar 22
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

Maui Wowie, and Some Pre-release Tunes

G ManI am excited to get after this playlist. During the first hour of the show, I will be laying out a tuneful travelogue about my recent trip to the island of Maui. I kept hearing songs in restaurants, on boats, at the pool, and even in movies, so I kept track for this show. Featured artists include Country Joe, Led Zeppelin, and Loggins & Messina. Hour two I have some hot off the presses magic by two of my fave bands, The Asteroid No. 4 and The Green Pajamas. Plus some really wonderful new songs by Tinariwen, The Paperhead, and Luke Winslow-King. In hour three there will be rockabilly by Ronnie Burton, blues by James Cotton, and soul from Lenny Welch. There are the highlights, listen in for the fifty songs I will be spinning over three hours. You can even turn down the sound on the basketball games and miss the ten thousand commercials they will run. No commercial interruption here! All killer, no filler...The G Man

  • Sat
    Mar 11
    3:00 am -
    5:00 am
  • Mon
    Mar 13
    4:00 am -
    6:00 am
  • Wed
    Mar 15
    2:00 am -
    4:00 am

Centripetal Sounds, Updated

C SoundsThe next Rainbow Rider show, airing Saturday morning at 2 AM, and Monday morning at 4 AM: Bob Dylan and his New Morning release circa 1970. This album really holds up well, in his vast catalogue. Played in it's entirety. Then The Sir Douglas Quintet from their Complete Mercury Recordings. Next we are off to other genres with Joe Walsh, Mickey Newbury, Vintage Cucumber, and Moonalice. The replay of a show that played yesterday airs next Wednesday morning at 2 AM. It is called Always Back to Silence, and it featues Dzyan, Jonathan Wilson, Spacemen 3, and The Beatles. Also, check out the album of the month on my blog by Luke Winslow-King. If you are up all night, by the way, do not hesitate to check out The Ultra Lounge show as well. Rich Sims will take good care of you. The G Man, aka Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Feb 16
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm
  • Wed
    Feb 22
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

The Tapes In My Head

Flying recordsA two hour box of fine, tasty tunes awaits you on the next edition of Centripetal Sounds. I am playing three songs from old grammy winners, and three from this last class, notably Sarah Jarosz, Bobby Rush, and Snarky Puppy. Not as well publicized, but nevertheless extremely desirable, bands such as William Elliott Whitmore, Public Memory, William Bell, and Elbrus will perform. I also have a three-song set from bands I have seen in concert in the past two weeks, Rob Lumbard, Joe Price, and Them Coolie Boys, a Wisconsin band I am very excited to showcase. Their entire first album will air on the The Rainbow Rider April 15th. The way back machine is cooking up The Insect Trust, Wizards From Kansas, and pre-ZZ top American Blues. IN ROOT will feature The Infamous Stringdusters, Jerry Butler, and Studebaker John. OTHER THAN THAT- there's nothing to see here. Hear it all today at 2 PM. The G Man