Monday, August 21, 2017

Music To Watch The Sun Get Blotted Out From The Sky By

That's where the fun is!

Mike Patton
The Apples In Stereo
The Beatles
Gerry & The Pacemakers
The Beach Boys
The Vines
Pink Floyd
The Oimels
The Amorphous Adrogynous
The Prodigy
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives
Ten Years After

"I love you deeply with the sun in my eyes"


*NASA reports that 63 percent of the sun will be covered today in Boston, MA. 

The moon will begin passing in front of the sun at 1:28 p.m., the height of the eclipse will occur here at 2:47 p.m. and the sun will appear spherical again by 4 p.m.

One way to view the eclipse is with a pair of eclipse glasses. Without them, looking directly into the sun can cause permanent retina damage or even blindness.

Watching the eclipse without simultaneously listening to RFW could lead to severe depression and unsightly sun-spots!

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Transmission 6717 - Not Sucking In The Seventies

Or maybe I am old - but I got to see all the cool bands!

Humble Pie
Grand Funk Railroad

"do you feel alright?"


Saturday, August 19, 2017

Transmission 6617 - Why Wait?

Do not procrastinate!

Jef Lee Johnson
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Ray Gomez
Fleetwood Mac
Lindsay Buckingham & Christine McVie
 Stevie Nicks, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins & Rami Jaffee
The Young Rascals
The Cowboy Junkies
The Damned
Los Lobos
Wolfgang Dauner Quintet

"Everything Starts Right Now"


Friday, August 18, 2017

Transmission 6517 - Free Of A Defect Scare

Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra
Brother Ah
Controlled Bleeding
Mystic Sunshine


"the power of love can erase the oozing scars of suffering"


*The fitting coda inspired this Transmission's title and is provided by
the yellow Discipline era King Crimson featuring Robert, Adrian, Tony and Bill.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Transmission 6417 - Sweet Seoul Music

Warning, Warning!

The Specials
Jeff & Jane Hudson
The Future Sound Of London
Haruomi Hosono
Yellow Magic Orchestra
Ryuichi Sakamoto
Jackie Doll & His Pickled Peppers
J.B. Lenoir
Willie Brown
TV On The Radio
William Onyeabor
Michael Franti & Spearhead

"boom shakalaka boom!"


*The geohistorically-appropriate coda is Song From M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless) by The Mash written by Johnny Mandel and Mike Altman (the director's 14 year-old son) and used by Robert Altman in the opening credits of his 1970 movie based on
Richard Hooker's MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors.

The Mash Suicide Is Painless single cover.jpg



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