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West Coast Fog radio
West Coast Fog radio
A weekly audio tour of the counter-cultural West, visiting obscure moments in musical history along the way. History lessons and readings, New Age visionaries, mid-'60s folk rock, psychedelic meanderings, poetry and sound collages, art/synth and post punk, ethno-honky jamz. Each week special. Host Erik Bluhm was the editor of Great God Pan magazine (“the Champion of Californiana”) through the ‘90s and West Coast Fog may be seen as an aural extension of that venture.
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West Coast Fog radio
The Toadcast - the weekly podcast from Song, by Toad
The Toadcast - the weekly podcast from Song, by Toad
New, classic and emerging indie from Song, by Toad
Every couple of weeks I sit down with a couple of gins and talk you through the new music that's caught my ears in the last fortnight. There'll be a few classics and a few mainstream bands but the focus will always be on the new, the emerging, the eclectic and the interesting.
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The Toadcast - the weekly podcast from Song, by Toad
Flashback Requests (Barry James)
Flashback Requests (Barry James)
Tuesday Evenings, 9 pm - 12 midnight on Caroline Flashback
Barry first found music when he borrowed his sister's record collection when he was about eight and was hooked. When Caroline started it was a new beginning, and he listened to all the stations, but Caroline was his favourite by far. Later he became a singer in a band, then started doing discos when he was 18. He joined Caroline in 1977, touring the country with the Caroline Roadshow for 10 years, having great fun. Barry helped with tender trips and worked on the Ross Revenge in '84 and '85. He has done many RSL's with the station, and is very proud to be part of THE LEGEND. Barry has worked at Hastings Rock, XLfm in Ely, and Tulip Radio in Spalding. Barry is married to a very understanding wife, Bud, has 3 children and 5 lovely grandchildren. He says he will work for Caroline for as long as they want him – or can put up with him! LA. Barry now presents his own show on Friday mornings on the main channel, and rotates presentation duties for Flashback Requests on Tuesday evenings with Clive Garrard and Dave Foster. Send your requests during the show to: requests@carolineflashback.co.uk.
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Flashback Requests (Barry James)
Nights with Alice Cooper
Nights with Alice Cooper
Recent highlights from Alice Cooper's nightly radio show.
'Nights with Alice Cooper' airs on radio stations around the world 5 nights a week. Alice spends his nights spinning some great classic rock, interviewing rock stars, telling stories of his encounters with other rock legends, and commenting on everything from recent news to pop culture. This podcast offers recent segments featured in the show. Please note: These clips may not be rebroadcast without permission.
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Nights with Alice Cooper
Tiki Man Radio
Tiki Man Radio
"Your Coastal Americana Radio Station"
"Your Coastal Americana Radio Station"
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Tiki Man Radio
50 Years Ago This Week
50 Years Ago This Week
Radio Free Brooklyn
Http://radiofreebrooklyn.com On 50 Years Ago This Week, host Jim Melloan counts down the Top 40 from exactly 50 years ago. Jim gives some details about the background of each song as it debuts on the chart, and plays later covers (or earlier originals) of many of the featured hits. Radio Free Brooklyn is a non-commercial community freeform Internet radio station, streaming original content by artists and residents of NYC’s most populous borough 24/7. We live in an age in which the media is too often used as a means to constrain and restrict rather than express. Radio Free Brooklyn is building a communication infrastructure to strengthen the community of artists and residents of NYC’s most populous borough. Our Mission: We chose Internet radio not only because it is the most accessible medium for many, but because radio can be so many things: a subversive apparatus, a political cudgel, a prank, a ritual, a bond. We broadcast not the commercial dross that clogs the terrestrial airwaves, but original programming as diverse as the programmers themselves – stories, sound art, radical ideation, comedy, sex, and experimentation yet unheard. We are a community organization - all are welcome to participate.
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50 Years Ago This Week