Good Morning, Ungovernables! We’re back with some programming today, including some great sixties soul (absolutely unbeatable) and one of the best, Warren Zevon.
Here’s your line-up for Thursday:
11:00 a.m. That Sweet Soul Sound: Various Artists
Great sixties soul with Jr. Walker & The All Stars, Mary Wells, Bill Withers, The Shirelles, Roberta Flack, Fats Domino, Curtis Mayfield, and many others.
3:00 p.m. Album of The Week: Homegrown by Neil Young
An encore performance of Neil Young’s 40th studio album, Homegrown, is finally out.
7:00 p.m. Warren Zevon Live at The Capitol Theater, April 18, 1980 NEW!
One of the greatest singer-songwriters of his generation for certain. He left us far too soon, but not before he made an indelible mark on the music world.
This would be a great day to tune us in and give us a shot. Programming takes up only about six hours of our 24/7 programming. The rest is dedicated to open stream.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We have an open stream day today. Nothing but continually great tunes up until a bit later in the evening.
Open Stream is on until early evening:
6:00 p.m. The Inner Sanctum: The Horla
Get your spooky on. Come on. You can do it. It’ll still be light out at 6:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: The Music of The Foo Fighters
Dave Grohl and company are back for a return engagement on #BecomeUngovernable Radio.
We will be updating all our music files today and adding new playlists while you enjoy an open stream day. Give us a shot and tune us in!
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We have another light programming day as we prepare for some new programs, and add new music.
Here’s your Tuesday Bluesday line-up!
12:00 p.m. Tuesday Bluesday: The Jeff Beck Group Live at The Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT
The “core” of the Jeff Beck Group was guitarist Jeff Beck, vocalist Rod Stewart (yes, that Rod Stewart), and rhythm guitarist Ronnie Wood, with the bassists and drummers changing pretty frequently. Pictured with the three core members is bassist Jet Harris.
5:00 p.m. Album of the Week: Tapestry by Carole King
The monster 1971 release is back for another airing.
Tune us in, people. We’re free. And we’re free of commercials.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! The music never stops here in The Mermaid Lounge, and we’ve got some great stuff for you today.
Here’s your Friday line-up:
12:00 p.m. The Beatles: The Endgame NEW!
By the this time, the Beatles were barely getting along and, in some cases, were openly warring with each other. In spite of all that, the music remained amazing: The White Album, Abbey Road, Yellow Submarine, and Let It Be are covered here. Other bands from this generation are still recording, but none have had the musical and cultural impact of The Fab Four. We love them here at #BecomeUngovernable Radio.
All of the playlists for this series have been added to the Playlist section of the blog. Just scroll to the bottom.
5:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: The Music of Irma Thomas
Irma Thomas was a contemporary of Aretha Franklin and Etta James, but — for some unknown reason — never reached their commercial success. Yet Irma Thomas remains an important cog in the R & B wheel, and is recognized as The Soul Queen of New Orleans.
9:00 p.m. The Inner Sanctum: Island of Death
This is the final airing of this weeks’ episode of The Inner Sanctum. On Monday, there will be a new episode released.
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Good Morning, Ungovernables! Today we have a brand new Album of the Week, and it’s our Sixties Rotation Sunday!
Here’s your Sunday Funday line-up:
10:00 a.m. Album of The Week: Adieu False Heart, Linda Ronstadt & Ann Savoy NEW!
Nobody can ever accuse Linda Ronstadt of resting on her laurels. She was always in pursuit of the next musical adventure. The absolute best thing about Ronstadt — at least for her true fans — was that she refused to have her music defined by anybody. To put it bluntly, she sang because she loved singing.
This album was released on July 25, 2006. It would be Ronstadt’s last studio album before her retirement in 2011, and her revelation about having Parkinson’s Disease. Her musical partner is the amazing Ann Savoy, a Cajun music singer with a band called The Magolia Sisters. Ronstadt is technically a soprano; Savoy an alto. They had made duets before for a Cajun tribute album. Here, they unite as The Zozo Sisters, and the result is stunning.
Absolute Fact: Linda Ronstadt’s ultimate desire was to be part of an all-girl band. Those were the kinds of projects she sought out for herself.
2:00 p.m. The Sixties on Sunday!
We’re back with five hours of musical programming that defined a generation. From The Beatles, to The Kinks, to Barry McGuire, Lulu, Del Shannon, and Bob Dylan. It’s all here!
So, it’s Sunday. A day of rest. What are you going to do about that?
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We have a great new Beatles’ playlist today and a new Grateful Dead jam later tonight!
Here’s your Saturday line-up!
12:00 p.m. Album of The Week: The Band by The Band
The final airing of this masterpiece will be at noon today. Tomorrow, when you wake up and run to the blog, you’ll see a brand new Album of The Week.
5:00 p.m. The Beatles: The Transformative Years NEW!
This is the most amazing period in The Beatles’ musical journey. Beginning with Rubber Soul and Revolver, they seemed to just explode into a level of creativity that had never happened before, and has yet to be equalled by any band.
10:00 p.m. Live Dead! The Grateful Dead: Live at The San Francisco Civic Auditorium, December 28. 1983 NEW!
Another fine live entry by the ultimate jam band.
We’ve got a lot of listeners, but not a lot from the U.S. by comparison. What’s with that, people? No time for music?
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We’ve got some great music lined up for your Friday, no matter what you’re up to.
Here’s your Friday line-up!
12:00 p.m. The Beatles: The Early Years
We’re moving onto those crucial middle years with a brand new playlist on Saturday, Seems to me this would be a good time to give a listen to their early work.
3:00 p.m. The Inner Sanctum: Dead Reckoning FINAL AIRING THIS WEEK!
This is the final airing if Episide 2. We will have a brand new episode on Monday.
6:00 p.m. Rock, Blues & Ballads, Volume 1: Various Artists NEW!
We’ve greatly expanded this playlist since its last airing! Hear J.J. Cale, Tom Petty, Linda Ronstadt, Gregg Allman, Steve Winwood, Maria Muldaur, Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, and more!
Tune us in, people! Time waits for noone!
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We’re back at another Monday, and we have some great music and mayhem on tap.
Here’s your Monday line-up!
11:00 a.m. The Inner Sanctum: Dead Reckoning
We move on to Episode 2 of our old time radio show, The Inner Sanctum.
2:00 p.m. Mudcrutch Monday!
Today in the Spotlight, we have Mudcrutch. The band that would morph into the force that’s known as Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. In reality, Mudcrutch was a force unto itself, returning under Petty in 2008 to make some brilliant music. Failing to see this band during it’s small-venue tour in 2016 is one of the great regrets of my musical life.
6:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: The Music of Led Zeppelin NEW!
We’re spending some quality time with the original headbangers tonight. Formed in London in 1968, they celebrated their 50th year in service to the musical masses in 2018.
Where you at? Tune us in. We’re free and always will be.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We had a day off, and we’re back full speed today with some rare Hendrix, in fact
Here’s your Thursday line-up!
1:00 p.m. Album of the Week: Tom Petty’s Wildflowers
You can learn more about this outstanding solo Tom Petty album by clicking the image in the sidebar on this blog!
4:00 p.m. Jimi Hendrix Live at the Cafe Au-Go-Go, March 17, 1968 NEW!
When I say getting live Hendrix is a rarity, it’s because his professional career lasted only four years before his premature death at the age of 27. In spite of that, he is regarded as one of the most influential musicians in rock music history.
7:00 p.m. Badfinger Live at the Cowtown Auditorium, Kansas City (1972)
The Badfinger story is indeed a tragic one, but this band was the only legitimate star signing for Apple Records, and they left us a great body of music to appreciate.
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Good Morning, Ungovernables! We begin yet another week in the shitshow, but at least we’ve got the best music on the planet to help us keep our sanity.
Here is your Monday, Monday line-up:
12:00 p.m. The Beatles: The Early Years NEW!
Somebody argued with me over whether or not the Beatles were the best rock n’ roll band ever. I never said they were. I said they were the best damned band ever. They were never limited by genre. They changed everything. In this playlist, we focus on their early years.
4:00 p.m. It’s Mudcrutch Monday!
Yes, it’s Mudcrutch Monday, and we’re airing our Mudcrutch Madness playlist for you.
7:00 p.m. Stephen Stills: Live at the Capitol Theater (1979)
Buffalo Springfield. Crosby, Stills, Nash (& Sometimes Young). Manassas. The Stills-Young Band. Solo. Stephen Stills’ contribution cannot be denied.
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