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  • Thu
    Nov 30
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm

Generating The Real Deal

G ManI am going to pick up exactly where I left off last time, wild and Wooly, and will proceed to boggle your mind with an amazing set of genre-hopping tunes. The underground passageways have been extended for this show. The G Man

RRSerge Gainsbourgh put out a soundtrack album called The History of Melody back in 1971, and I am playing one version of that record in its full glory during hour one of the show. It is in French, so you may not be able to catch the lyrics, but the intent- nah, you won't miss it. It is just exactly the kind of trippy thing that I dig around for constantly. Not to say that hour two is a slouch, far from it. Highlights include Richard Hawley, Golden Earring, Cold War Kids, and The Men. The playlist is up, tune in early Monday morning for some compelling tunes. Cool Breeze

G ManAll the best to everyone that has a day to take stock and enjoy the blessings of the upcoming holiday season. My show is called Mother Earth, and the playlist is up on the panel to your immediate left. If you have it on in the background while you are chillaxin', it will be a pleasant experience. Otherwise, catch the replay if you miss it today. All the blessings of the creator to you all. The G Man

  • Thu
    Oct 26
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Nov 01
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

Heading Your Way

G ManI have a nice mellow groove heading your way today at 2 PM. Interesting songs for a road trip, or a desk job, or even a set of headphones while you train for a marathon. Part two of this show will be arriving next week, just so you know. And while most of these tunes are from the past couple of years, the way back machine will take us to 1968. Be on the lookout for Little Big Town, The Buckinghams, The Cool Ghouls, and Ghost Funk Orchestra. In Root has a decidedly Country Blues address, with folks like Happy Traum, Duane Allman, and Bill Kirchen. Join me for a setlist you will never hear on another radio station... The G Man. 

  • Thu
    Oct 19
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Oct 25
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

High On Peace And Love

G ManYes, it is that time of the week again. Time for more thrills and chills in a rock and roll vein. Gonna put the needle down on the record and shoot it right into your system. After spending a particular week some time ago watching all these disgusting news events, I sat down and put this playlist together. So this is a direct response to all those pickle heads out there that think they have to invade your personal space. I actually have six songs that involve The Beatles, and four songs that extend past the nine minute mark. Along the way, Loggins & Messina, The Rascals, Iron Butterfly, and CSNY. Check the playlist in my blog section. The G Man

  • Thu
    Feb 23
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm
  • Wed
    Mar 01
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

Another 3 hours of the best of 2016

G ManThis is the second program devoted to music I purchased in the calendar year 2016. Practically speaking, 8 of the forty-one songs are from 2016, thirteen songs are from 2011-15, and the rest scatter clear back to 1967. I am one of the very grateful people in this world that are glad digital files are available for purchase from fifty years ago. There is a lot to digest here, mainly because many of these tracks repay careful, repeated listening. I will leave it up to you, dear listener, to access this material later as needed. Remember the replay of this show Wednesday the first, 2 AM. Check the playlist out on the left panel. Enjoy. The G Man

  • Thu
    Feb 04
    3:00 pm -
    6:00 pm
  • Wed
    Feb 10
    3:00 am -
    6:00 am

A Small Tribute To Paul Kantner

Paul Kantner drawingYou have heard me say over the years there are two individuals above all that led me to embrace rock and roll- Jimi Hendrix and Paul Kantner. Blows Against The Empire remains one of my top two albums of all time. His lyrical content challenged you to open your mind to other worlds. His collaborations with other west coast musicians were the stuff of legend. I have some personal reflections, and some off the record audio he made, and some really fine music for you in this segment. Plus an assortment of tasty treats from the underground passageways I have unearthed. All in honor of the spirit and the message. The G Man

 

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rrMuch guitar work, made by guitarists that practice many hours a day. For instance, 'Green Grass & High Tides' by The Outlaws. 'Yours is No Disgrace' by Yes. 'Smoking The Day Away' by May Blitz. And speaking of May Blitz, they are making their debut on the Rainbow Rider, as well as 15.60.75, This Will Destroy You, and Phoenix. Manfred Mann and Speed, Glue, & Shinki provide the song sandwiches. And for all you nostalgia buffs, I have two old singles from the pop era of radio, Blue Velvet and the Girl from Impanema. This will make the two to four AM hours roll by quickly.  Cool Breeze

  • Thu
    Aug 29
    2:00 pm -
    5:00 pm
  • Wed
    Sep 04
    2:00 am -
    5:00 am

Ars Moriendi Ars Vevendi Est

shirtFor starters I have new music just out by Rose Windows, Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy, and Black Sabbath from their recent release 13. Then I mixed in a double shot by The Beatles, added two new psych tunes by The Paperhead and Octopus Syng, and pasted the whole thing together with classic rock by AC/DC, The Allman Brothers Band, Led Zeppelin, Alice Cooper, and The Rolling Stones. I have a frosting on the beater, too: Deep Purple from what may have been the first mainstream heavy metal album Machine Head. Last week it was 'Simply To Live', this week it is 'the art of dying is the art of living'. This show is all killer, no filler. The G Man