Friday, November 29, 2019

Transmission 10119 - The Need For Circulation


Got Myself Together

The Box Tops
Brass Construction
Aerosmith
The Move
Todd Rundgren
Cheap Trick
The Cult
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
Living Colour
Queen
Sex Pistols
Public Image Ltd.


"I'm Movin' On"

RFW



Sunday, November 24, 2019

Transmission 10019 - Forever Crying A River


On The Edge

The Chemical Brothers
Pete Townshend
Bob Marley & The Wailers
P.M. Dawn
Return To Forever
Godley & Creme
Ella Fitzgerald
Jeff Beck
Yes


"how I cried a river over you"

RFW

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Transmission 9919 - Soothing Sounds




Shockingly live!

Gary Clark Jr.
Jimi Hendrix
James Gang
Cream
Joe Bonamassa
Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood
Miles Davis


"you're gonna' know my name"

RFW 

*The Miles Davis jam named Zimbabwe off the lp Pangea, was the last of two pieces performed on the second of two nights (February 1, 1975) at the Osaka Festival Hall in Japan. As with the first concert captured on the simultaneously released Agharta, the ferocious band also included guitarists Pete Cosey and Reggie Lucas, saxaphonist Sonny Fortune, bassist Michael Henderson, drummer Al Foster and percussionist James Mtume.

Friday, November 22, 2019

Transmission 9819 - Definitely Warm


Keep It 

Flo & Eddie
The Beach Boys
The Beatles
The Amplifier Heads
Tim Moore
Joe Cocker
The Marvelletes
Grace Jones
The Kinks
The Tights
British Lions
Peter Gabriel
Robert Palmer
Brian Eno
U2
Wire


"You are what you eat 
 so eat it warm"

RFW


Sunday, November 17, 2019

Transmission 9719 - The SBB Session


The cockroaches are pissed off, but quite stoned!

The Dirty Mac
The Rolling Stones
Faces
Deep Purple
Ian Gillan 
Rainbow
Phil Manzanera
The Tubes
The Bees
Os Mutantes
Tito & Tarantula


"cucarachas fumando
marijuana"

RFW

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Friday, November 15, 2019

Transmission 9619 - The Journey


Wherever you end up
There you are.

Journey
Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin
reconstruction and mix translation by 
Bill Laswell
Santana
Steely Dan
Gene Clark
Cream
Yoko Ono/IMA
The Vibrators
Ryuichi Sakamoto
XTC
David Bowie
Pond
Mott The Hoople


"Oh I know I lost just a little bit on the journey"

RFW

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Transmission 9519 - Getting Ready


For The Revolution

Bob Marley/Bill Laswell
Jeff Beck Group
Elvis Presley
Jef Lee Johnson
Captain Beefhart & The Magic Band
Hot Tuna
Shirley Bassey
John Zorn - Naked City
Iggy Pop
Lou Reed
Michael Kiwanuka
Gov't Mule


"you rock so, you rock so"

RFW

Monday, November 11, 2019

The Apocalypse End


In honor of Veteran's Day, 
the courageous men and women that have fought in past and present wars 
and those that might fight in (hopefully never to come) future wars, 
RFW respectfully rewinds to 
The Apocalypse End.

This remixed update of  a show which was originally posted on 
RFW on October 5, 2006 is a set I have been perfecting since a spontaneous 
WBCN, Boston overnight session in 1979.

The Doors
The Clash 
The Stooges 
The New York Dolls
Jimi Hendrix
John Lennon
Nico
Buckethead
Patrick Gleeson 
Richard Beggs
Bernard L. Krause 
Mickey Hart
Airto Moriera
Martin Sheen
Robert Duvall
Marlon Brando 
and an incredibly talented supporting cast of musicians, actors, editors and recordists. 

"the horror"

RFW


* The following is an excerpt from the the original post - the words still ring true.

Apocalypse Now almost cost director Francis Ford Coppola his life! It gave to the world a night-fever look at the underbelly of the Vietnam War and burned phrases like "terminate with extreme prejudice" and "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" into our collective brain. 

It's OST is one of the best examples of the marriage of music and cinema. Constructed by Coppola and his father Carmine, the use of "The End" is so effectively intertwined with the ominous sound of Patrick Gleeson's moog helicopters in the distance that it never fails to invoke chills and visions of the ravaged fields of Vietnam under heavy attack - the flames, the smoke, the sounds and Jim Morrison's dark poetry all synchronized together by them like master-magicians. 
Francis, I'm still stunned and amazed.

If it's been years or if by any chance you've never seen Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Now Redux or Hearts Of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse, the equally compelling documentary by Eleanor Coppola , I recommend that you make it a point to put it on your list.

Friday, November 08, 2019

Transmission 9419 - When Facism Screams In Space


You Can Still Hear It's Voice Echo

Kenny Rodgers & The First Edition
Hawkwind
Barrence Whitfield & The Soul Savage Arkestra
The Cortinas
Lou Miami & The Cosmetics
Heaven 17
Todd Rundgren
Crack The Sky
The Alan Parsons Project
Pink Floyd


"history will repeat itself
crisis point we're near the hour"

RFW

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Transmission 9319 - Nashville


Welcome to Music City

The Lovin' Spoonful
Old 97's
Phoenix
Bob Dylan
The Byrds
Cecil Gant
Gill Trythall
Harvey Mandell
The Everly Brothers
Bruce Springsteen
Ringo Star
Robyn Hitchcock
Johnny Cash
The Eric Burdon Band
Dolly Parton


"the record man said 
every one is a yellow sun record from Nashville 
and up north there ain't nobody buys them
and I said, but I will"

RFW

* A recent trip to Nashville (my first) was more fun than you can possibly squeeze into three days!

Thanks to my line-dance partners Steve, Jayne and Tracy!


The vibe of the Man In Black runs strong in Music City.

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