Good Morning, Ungovernables! Today we have Wide Open Stream until 11:00 a.m. EST, when we begin airing The British Are Coming, more than five uninterrupted hours of British Invasion (and beyond) music.
Here are some of the artists you’ll be hearing:
- The Beatles
- The Rolling Stones
- The Kinks
- The Dave Clark Five
- The Who
- Eric Clapton
- The Pretenders
- Led Zeppelin
- Jeff Beck
- Pink Floyd
- Them (featuring Van Morrison)
- Dusty Springfield
- The Searchers
and many more. So, tune us in, people. You will not regret it.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! It’s Tuesday Bluesday once again, and we’ve got The Yardbirds on tap. Be sure to join us!
Here’s your Tuesday Bluesday line-up:
12:00 p.m. Tuesday Bluesday! The Yardbirds: The BBC Sessions 1965-1968 NEW!
The Yardbirds are a British blues-rock band formed in London in May of 1963. The original lineup featured vocalist and harmonica player Keith Relf, drummer Jim McCarty, rhythm guitarist/bassist Chris Dreja and bassist/producer Paul Samwell-Smith. Throughout the years, other band members have come and gone.
During the BBC Sessions featured in this playlist, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page circulated in and out of the band.
4:00 p.m. Album of the Week: On The Border by The Eagles
This was The Eagles third studio album, and they added Don Felder to go for a more rock feel than the first two albums.
6:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: Booker T. & The M.G.’s
Booker T. & The M.G.’s were a musical force in the sixties. Formed in Memphis in 1962, the band was influential in shaping the unique sound of Southern soul and Memphis soul. The original band members were Booker T. Jones (organ, piano), Steve Cropper (guitar), Lewie Steinberg (bass), and Al Jackson Jr. (drums). As the de facto house band for Stax Records, they also played for artists like Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Albert King, Wilson Pickett, and Delaney & Bonnie.
Tune us in for a great musical feast. We’re free. All the time.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! Well, we have some great new stuff for you on this day, including the debut of Tom Petty’s solo gem, Wildflowers, as our Album of the Week.
Here’s your Sunday Funday line-up:
1:00 p.m. Album of the Week: Tom Petty’s Wildflowers NEW!
Wildflowers was the second solo studio album by Tom Petty, and it was released on November 1, 1994. In spite of Petty’s desire to break free of the constraints of the band, he used most of his compadres as session musicians. The album resulted in four single releases, the most successful of which was You Don’t Know How It Feels. The other three were It’s Good To Be King (my all-time favorite Petty song), You Wreck Me, and A Higher Place. Read more about the album and the contributors here.
4:00 p.m. The Soul Queens, Volume 1: Various Artists
Aretha Franklin, Ann Peebles, Martha & The Vandellas, The Supremes, Mary Wells, Carla Thomas, Little Eva, and more.
8:00 p.m. Eric Clapton & Friends Live! NEW!
Eric Clapton has a few friends over, and they ain’t social distancing. He is joined by Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Joe Cocker for a great repertoire of songs. Enjoy!
It’s Sunday. A day of rest. Take advantage and tune us in.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! Listening to #BecomeUngovernable Radio has been proven to be very good for your emotional well being. (Not really. I just made that shit up.) But you should tune us in anyway. We’ve got a good one today.
Here’s your social distancing line-up!
11:00 a.m. Album of the Week: Who’s Next, by The Who
There’s a very interesting story behind this album and where the material evolved from. You can learn more by clicking on the image to the right in the Album of the Week feature box.
2:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: The Music of Tom Rush NEW!
Tom Rush is one of those guys who could easily go unnoticed, but that would be a giant mistake. Tom Rush has influenced an entire generation of musicians, including Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and James Taylor. He is credited by Rolling Stone magazine with creating the era of the singer-songwriter. Tom Rush has been a quiet force in music for a very long time. I recently saw him in Portsmouth, New Hampshire (his birth place), and he was doing just fine at 79.
7:00 p.m. Mick Jagger & Jeff Beck: Live at the Country Club, Receda
Tune us in, people. All you need is a computer or a phone.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We’ve got some great live gigs today, including brand new live music from McCartney in New York City.
Here’s Tuesday’s line-up:
11:00 a.m. The Jeff Beck Group: Live From The Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT
2:00 p.m. Album of the Week: The Doors, by The Doors
5:00 p.m. Paul McCartney: Live from New York City NEW!
9:00 p.m. Bob Marley: The Legend Live at The Santa Barbara County Bowl
You can’t beat these playlists. You cannot beat this rotation.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We have some brand new stuff coming up today, as we feature the posthumous Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers boxed set, An American Treasure.
Here’s your line-up for Friday”
11:00 a.m. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: An American Treasure (2018)
Released posthumously after Petty’s untimely death, this box set comprises outtakes, never-before-released music (check out Lonesome Dave and Keep A Little Soul), and alternate recordings of some of your favorites. This was a labor of love by his bandmates, his daughters and his wife.
5:00 p.m. Sweet Soul Music 1966: Various Artists
Some of the best, like Marvin Gaye, Sam & Dave, The Four Tops, Joe Tex, Lee Dorsey and Wicked Wilson Pickett!
9:00 p.m. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Jeff Beck: The Fire Meets The Fury
Waste no more time! Tune us in as soon as you can!
Good Morning, Ungovernables! Welcome to Sunday morning, and another great day of programming, including a live appearance with Mick Jagger and Jeff Beck.
Here’s your Sunday funday line-up:
11:00 a.m. Mick Jagger & Jeff Beck: Live at the Country Club, Receda (10/20/87)
2:00 p.m. Stephen Stills Live at the Capitol Center (1979)
Did you know that Stephen Stills taught Jimi Hendrix how to play guitar? I’d never lie to you.
5:00 p.m. Dusty in London: The Lost British Recordings
9:00 p.m. Album of The Week: The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd
This is the eighth studio release from Pink Floyd. It was released on March 1, 1973 on Harvest Records. This monster charted for over 900 weeks (Billboard) and has sold more than 45 million copies worldwide. You can learn more by clicking the album link in the sidebar.
No matter how you slice it, nobody is playing music like this anywhere else. Join us.
Good Morning, Ungovernables! We’re coming to the end of Petty month, and we’re pulling out the stops. Now we have Tom the performer and Tom the DJ on the same day!
Here’s today’s line-up:
11:00 a.m. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Jeff Beck: The Fire Meets The Fury
Do we need to say any more than that?
2:00 p.m. In the Spotlight: The Music of Shawn Colvin
The importance of Shawn Colvin to women in music cannot be understated, although she often seems to bring up the rear.
5:00 p.m. Petty’s Peculiar Picks: The Best of Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure
One overlooked aspect of Tom Petty’s illustrious career was his stint as a DJ for Sirius XM Radio. He started his Buried Treasure show on the Deep Tracks Channel, but moved it to To Petty Radio when his own channel went on the air. Prior to his death, he did more than 400 hour-long shows that basically give you the history of rock n’ roll.
In this playlist, you’ll hear the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Bobby “Blue” Bland, LaVern Baker, Little Richard, and Wanda Jackson, among others.
9:00 p.m. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Take The Highway Live, 1991
“Turn on, tune in, drop out.” -Timothy Leary