We feature some stragglers to the 2019 listener favorites series. Kevin Clement likes Dollyrots and Michaela Anne, Craig Rosen talks up Minus 5, and Jay Ignacio tells a touching story about the music of Philippines’ Munimuni. (Kevin Goff fills in for Patrick.)
Listener Kevin Clement of Baton Rogue LA turns us on to new music by Justin Townes Earle, Leo Rondeau and Jason Hawk Harris. Plus, he suggests an autumn song by Better Than Ezra. And, we get a box of free stuff from Niklas Nygards of Sweden.
Guest host Jesse Jackson talks with Kevin Clement of Baton Rouge LA about Cajun and zydeco music. Jim & Patrick are on vacation and will return next week.
Jim and Patrick respond to some correspondence about the recent Led Zeppelin countdown. Calls from Jimmy Lonetti and Echo Park Jimmy, plus Facebook comments from Kevin Clement and Kurt Gallagher.
It’s an electronic edition of 2018 listener favorites. Kevin Clement of Baton Rogue LA likes Guerilla Toss’ “Twisted Crystal” album. And Josh Lisker, brother of Intern Sam, calls in to recommend “Little Dark Age” by MGMT.
Another call to the Suburban Party Line. Kevin Clement calls to recommend two cover songs: Aretha Franklin’s take on a classic by The Band and Bettye LaVette’s interpretation of a great song by The Who.
More tales from Record Store Day. Today we talk with Kevin Clement of Baton Rouge LA, who picked up a special Cure release, plus some bargain finds by the Babys and Alan Parsons Project, and a Ronco compilation called “Disco Fever.”
We cull through the mounds of emails and social medias from the listeners and pick out a few choice comments. What other show covers air drumming, a lost record collection, whether Dan Auerbach copied another artist, a train to Toronto, Revolution Summer, Wyoming “bourbon,” Zima and Styx?
The fans email us. And hit us up on the social medias and so on. And then we collect a batch and respond to the comments over some drinks. This week, featuring songs by Hoops, the Replacements, the Clash, Chris Cornell, the Shins, the Damned and the B-52’s.