Tuesday, June 20
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Sorry to have missed last week. I just had to watch the Warriors beat up on the Cavs. Thanks to DJ dialashot for taking the controls. I trust he did me proud.
The heat of our studio makes me want to rock out and sweat! Full disclosure: turntable two was out of commission tonight, but thanks to my many years of radio experience I come prepared. I was taught years ago to always have something cued up and ready to go. That’s why I bring my trusted iPod with me just to be safe. Junior DJs take note.
The second hour of the broadcast featured some live cuts, including a new release from the “Sonic Journals” of Owsley “Bear” Stanley, and a 12 minute rendition of “Come in my Kitchen” from Johnny Winter. Also, a new release from Seattle’s The Monkeywrench, featuring Mark Arm and Steve Turner of Mudhoney. It’s a live album released by Valley King Records.
I’m in the planning stages for my next Rock Fight, which will feature myself and recording engineer John Karr. I’m nervous about this one. He’s got more quality live shows that he himself engineered and recorded than all the shows I’ve downloaded over the years. I’m hoping my years of radio experience distract him enough so I can continue my string of Rock Fight wins. Stay tuned.
Hell’s Kitchen with John Hell
Radio Valencia in SF
Common People: William Shatner
You’re Gonna Miss Me: Doug Sahm and Sons
Corpse on a Roof: The Blind Shake
Astronome Domine: Voivod
Digging My Grave: The Flesh Eaters
I’m Gonna Kill That Woman: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Black Betty: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
When I’m Old: The Fastbacks
We Don’t Quit: The Flat Earthers
Bottle Up And Go: The Monkeywrench
Who Was In My Room Last Night: Butthole Surfers
She’s A Lady: Tom Jones
Doo Doo Wap Is Strong In Here: Curtis Mayfield
The Girls Are Naked: Creation
Four Women: Nina Simone
Rejected Generic Pop Song: Father John Misty
Can’t Help Myself: Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution
Deep Elem Blues: Doc and Merle Watson (May 1, 1974 Boarding House, SF, CA)
Come On In My Kitchen: Johnny Winter (September 05, 1978 Bottom Line, NYC, NY)
Whole Lotta Rosie: AC/DC (December 17, 1981 War Memorial, Rochester, NY)
Bridge Over Troubled Water: Aretha Franklin (June 12 1971, Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland)
The Way Young Lovers Do: Van Morrison