* Mr.Davies is thankfully alive and well, but Napoleon Bonaparte is obviously not. I suppose that both men were inspired enough to compose such a brilliantly beautiful song as "Waterloo Sunset", but it was Ray that saved the day. Although, Napoleon was not dead by the evening of the Battle Of Waterloo on June 18th, 1815. He did abdicate, eventually surrendering, and was exiled to Saint Helena where he passed 6 years later in 1821.
Music to shimmy and shake with - Nils Lofgren, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Crosby/Stills/Nash & Young, Jeff Beck, James Brown, Joe Walsh, The Pretty Things, The Rolling Stones, Budgie, King Biscuit Boy, Graham Parker & The Rumor, Foo Fighters!
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"you gotta promise not to stop when I say when"
*This show has been on the shelf since Memorial Day weekend. I have all but given up on DivShare and am trying alternatives. Soundcloud allows you to stream on the RFW site on your pc or laptop, listen on our smartphone, notebook or tablet and if you download the app you can take the file with you.
*I just had a great conversation with the missed but not forgotten Michael Fennelly, the legendary member of The Millennium, leader of Crabby Appleton and the force behind his two classic 70s lps! Find "Begin" by The Millennium, both Crabby Appleton lps, the 2014 release "Demo's", the 2015 remaster of "Lane Changer" on Wounded Bird Records and hunt down the amazing vinyl of "Strangers Bed", which will hopefully also be remastered soon. Check out this enlightening interview with Mr. Fennelly on the It's Psychedelic, Babyblog.
The RFW Studio and the Wohlman Archives are in the process of being moved!
Since the problems with divShare have not yet been resolved, there will be no new Transmissions posted until later this month. Until then, enjoy the last 15 shows and the video content which I will try my best to update regularly.