Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Transmission 8708

Flower Travellin' Band takes us deep into the bayou country of Japan and the code words Flower, Time and Star are descrambled by The Move, The Tea Company, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Time, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Timebox, Boxer, Stars and Cornelius. Fantasmic!

T8708 is a 58.1mb 128k mp3 1:03:32 in length made loud to be played loud!

"if the river was whiskey, I was a diving duck"


Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Transmission 8608

A trip to the deep south of the USA includes the story of Buford Pusser, The Boys From Alabama and other tales courtesy of SRC, Aretha Franklin, Third Rail, Solomon Burke, The Charlatans, Neil Young, Drive-By Truckers, The Rolling Stones, *The Amboy Dukes and The Addicts!

T8608 is a 59.5mb 128k mp3 1:05:00 in length made loud to be played loud!

"just bring me champagne when I'm thirsty and bring me a reefer when I want to get high"


* I mentioned that we took Dr. Slingshot from The Amboy Dukes 1968 debut LP Journey To The Center Of The Mind. I stand corrected. The Amboy Dukes debuted with a 1967 self-tittled album that featured Baby Please Don't Go. Sorry Ted!

Monday, April 28, 2008

Transmission 8508

You're going to thank me for our Sly ending and all that precedes it including The Answer, 65daysofstatic, Nine Inch Nails, Stanley Clarke, Harvey Mandell, Judge Dread, The Black Angels, The Black Keys, The Black Crowes, Sly & The Family Stone, Shango and Lucky Peterson!

T8508 is a 56.4mb 128k mp3 1:01:40 in length made loud to be played loud!

"youth and truth are makin' love, dig it for a starter, now"


Friday, April 25, 2008

Transmission 8408

Friday Blue - Azure ends our week of Blue with a blinding flash of Kazumi Watanabe, Screaming Headless Torsos, Bon Lozaga, John Scofield, Mike Keneally, Steve Hackett, Jeff Beck, Dave Brubeck, MU and Other Dimensions In Music!

T8408 is a 57.9mb 128k mp3 1:03:15 in length made loud to be played loud!

"Blue Form is here to stay"


Thursday, April 24, 2008

Transmission 8308

Thursday Blue - Cerulean hits home with the sweet sounds of Pete Townshend, Low Flying Aircraft, Sonny Boy Williamson, Massive Attack, Public Image Ltd., Henry Kaiser, Be Bop Deluxe, Blue Oyster Cult, Rick Derringer, At The Drive-In, Beacon Street Union and Creation!

T8308 is a 61mb 128k mp3 1:06:38 in length made loud to be played loud!

"keep me warm, let me wear your coat"


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Transmission 8208

No - you don't snort it! You listen to it! Wednesday Blue - Ultramarine is an ultra-enjoyable set starring The Doors, Cream, Rod Stewart, The Beatles, Touch, The Raconteurs, Tom Waits, Krokodil, Linda Rondstadt, The Shirelles, Billie Holiday, Badfinger, Emitt Rhodes and Dennis Wilson!

T8208 is a 59.4mb 128k mp3 1:04:53 in length made loud to be played loud!

"why do I save all of this madness, in the nightstand drawer"


Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Transmission 8108

The next installment in our week of Blue or Tuesday Blue - Sapphire is a gem of a collection including Ken Boothe, The Circles, Faust, Stereolab, Sonic Youth, Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Danny Gatton, Jazz Is Dead and Bruford Levin Upper Extremities!

T8108 is a 67.9mb 128k mp3 1:03:15 in length made loud to be played loud!

"you get the hit of the week, when you dig that real fine jive, with the welcome beat"


Monday, April 21, 2008

Transmission 8008

Our week-long celebration of Blue starts with Monday Blue - Cobalt featuring Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Wilco, Tommy James & The Shondells, Pink Floyd, Electric Light Orchestra, Clear Light, Roxy Music, Alice Cooper, Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation, Little Walter, Wolfgang Dauner and Ultravox!

T8008 is a 58.7mb 128k mp3 1:04:09 in length made loud to be played loud!

"it's better to burn out, than it is to rust"


Friday, April 18, 2008

Transmission 7908

We put the funk in your face with a free-form session including Bobby Whitlock, Bobby Womack, Curtis Mayfield, The O'Jays, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Toots & The Maytals, Funkadelic, Sly & The Family Stone, Terrence Trent D'Arby, Ohio Players and The Time!

T7908 is a 57.9mb 128k mp3 1:03:18 in length made loud to be played loud!

"I want you to come on and shake it"


Thursday, April 17, 2008

Transmission 7808

Three from Savoy Brown and an old SB number by ex-band members in Foghat are but a part of this hard hitting assemblage that also sports Robin Trower, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Seal & Jeff Beck, Iggy & The Stooges, Patti Smith Group and David Sylvian & Robert Fripp!

T7808 is a 57.9mb 128k mp3 1:03:16 in length made loud to be played loud!

"when you're married to H, then you're married for life"


Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Transmission 7708

Set the controls for a saucerful of bricks in the wall with sounds by Pink Floyd, Controlled Bleeding and We're Late For Class!

T7708 is a 61.8mb 128k mp3 1:07:34 in length made loud to be played loud!

"we don't need no thought control"


The following is an excerpt from the wonderful We're Late For Class blog that features 'Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun' As Played By Vanilla Fudge Imitating Iron Butterfly When Fudge Were Forced To Open For Butterfly At The Fillmore West After In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida Went Top Ten!

Someone suggested the title might be too long. What do you think? Actually, it's a 'what-if' game. It came about during this weekend's session - augmented by a keg, fortified by Rudy's killer stash and some 60's psych albums. It started as a hypothetical...What if... the Vanilla Fudge flew out to the Fillmore West for a gig. When they arrived they saw Iron Butterfly during soundcheck. The Butterfly were polishing a new song they planned to premiere later that night - which the Fudge laughed off as being an incompetent rip off of Pink Floyd's "Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun." Bill Graham came along to tell them that, instead of closing the show, they'd be opening for Iron Butterfly because In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida just went Top 10. The Fudge were furious. Bad enough getting dicked around but... opening for Iron Butterfly was an insult that just would not stand. They threatened to walk but Graham reminded them he had a contract... and their return flight tickets. So, the group skipped soundcheck and even thought about skipping the gig when, instead, they showed up at the last minute to take the stage. Forgoing their usual set, Vanilla Fudge played a one song show. Their own, improvised version of 'Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun,' sounding amazingly like the Butterfly's soundcheck. Especially so, since the Fudge were actually imitating Iron Butterfly throughout the set, down to the simple riffs and shiny Nehru jackets. During the show, members of Iron Butterfly began collecting in the wings and vile stares were silently exchanged between members of both bands. But the Fudge did not let up... not until their contracted 40 minute performance time had expired. Afterwards, a fight breaks out backstage between Doug Ingle and Carmine Appice. The Fudge picked up their check and caught the redeye back to New York. This 40 minute track is the 'what if.' Recorded May 26, 2007, it features a Chinese water torture rhythm, faux Fillmore vibes, a space exploration about 22 minutes in and a mind numbing reprise another 10 minutes later. Get comfy, and get stoned. No ticket refunds.

Check them out here!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Transmission 7608

It's a switched on session with Klaus Schultz, Bill Laswell & Terre Thaemlitz and Ryuichi Sakamoto. Friends are electric!

T7608 is a 54.9mb 128k mp3 1:00:03 in length made loud to be played loud!

"feel the current"


I have been recalibrating the equipment here at RFW and have slightly reduced the master recording level. Please compensate this reduction with your speaker volume and I believe you will hear an overall improvement. I might tinker a bit more, but we are close. Enjoy!

Monday, April 14, 2008

Transmission 7508

Take the time to rock with Nathaniel Mayer, The Green Beans, Don Preston, Hosono & Cornelius, Dave Fiucznski, Tranquility Base, Cloudland Canyon, The Shortwave Set, Graveyard, The Apples In Stereo, The Blue Van and The Bees!

T7508 is a 57.3mb 128k mp3 1:02:35 in length made loud to be played loud!

" let love be the sand"


Friday, April 11, 2008

Transmission 7408

It's back to the farm for cultivating songs from Magic Sam, Muddy Waters, The Celibate Rifles, Aerosmith, Wings, Cactus, Mountain, Pig Farm On The Moon, The Special AKA, Piper and The Raspberries. Darling, I love you, but give me Park Avenue!

T7408 is a 56.5mb 128k mp3 1:01:47 in length made loud to be played loud!

"low life, high life, oh let's go"


Thursday, April 10, 2008

Transmission 7308

You won't find Tito in today's Jackson set, but you will hear Michael Jackson, The Art Ensemble Of Chicago, J.J. Jackson* and Joe Jackson! Also included are Barry Adamson, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Minutemen, Dr. John, The Graeme Edge Band, The Moody Blues, Vago, The Soulshake Express and The Clash! We miss you Tito!

T7308 is a 57.6mb 128k mp3 1:02:56 in length made loud to be played loud!

"look over there - where?"


*But It's Alright by J.J. Jackson made it to #22 in November of 1966 - I inadvertently said 1956 during the show!

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Transmission 7208

An exhilarating and exuberant set with hard luck stories from The Raconteurs and Gnarls Barkley, a guitar dual between Terje Rypdal and Ronnie Le Tekro, new music from deus, Kraak & Smaak, The Dillinger Escape Plan and Black Mountain, reggae courtesy of Jackie Mittoo and Dillinger with The Upsetters and a slithering extra-long serpent of a song by The Black Angels. Hiss!

T7208 is a 57.8mb 128k mp3 1:03:09 in length made loud to be played loud!

"it was a cold, glass bottle of milk that got delivered every morning at nine"


*Today's image is The Snake in the Grass by Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Transmission 7108

A celebration of the music of the late Klaus Dinger and bookend offerings from 2007 that capture the spirit of the late Sixties/early Seventies are provided by Damo Suzuki & The Whole, Kraftwerk, Neu!, La Dusseldorf, solo Klaus and Cloudland Canyon. RIP Mr. Dinger!

T7108 is a 58.1mb 128k mp3 1:03:31 in length made loud to be played loud!



Monday, April 07, 2008

Transmission 7008

A road trip to Texas is included in this musical adventure that features Radiohead, The Left Banke, Vanilla Fudge, Johnny Winter And, ZZ Top, The Doors, The Black Keys, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Lightnin' Hopkins, Van Morrison, Annie Lennox and Eurythmics.

T7008 is a 57.4mb 128k mp3 1:02:45 in length made loud to be played loud!

"like some new language"


Friday, April 04, 2008

Transmission 6908

Welcome back my friends to the never ending show we call RFW. Come inside for selections from Neil Young & Crazy Horse, The Byrds, The Tubes, Medeski, Martin & Wood and Emerson , Lake & Palmer! Roll up!

T6908 is a 56.7mb 128k mp3 1:02:01 in length made loud to be played loud!

"the weaver in the web that he made"


Thursday, April 03, 2008

Transmission 6808

What was her name? Possible answers are provided by Julian Cope, The Beatles, Nirvana, Little Richard, The Hollies, Lyres, Wasa Express, The Beach Boys, Cheap Trick, Jefferson Starship, The Black Crowes, The Band, Faces, The Rolling Stones and Traffic. Who is the mystery girl?

T6808 is a 60.1mb 128k mp3 1:05:41 in length made loud to be played loud!

"knowing that I won't find her"


Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Transmission 6708

Get out your whistle and blow along to music from Mint, The Hush Sound, The Kills, The Swimming Pool Q's, John King, The Soul Searchers, Fred Wesley & The JB's, Jochum Kuhn, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Foals and Four Tet!

T6708 is a 58.9mb 128k mp3 1:04:26 in length made loud to be played loud!

"It won't stick"


Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Transmission 6608

A Supreme Balloon floats within this hypnotic session of RFW featuring Quintessence, Ralf Nowy, Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo, Tone Float, African Head Charge, Brownout and Matmos!

T6608 is a 57MB 128k mp3 1:02:20 in length made loud to be played loud!

"Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare"


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