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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #379: Mine All Mine

November 30, 2019
2:10 pm


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A little out of order, but I have a few older shows to share with you on here.

Tune in this Monday night, December 2, 2019 for a compilations special. I have 100s of comps and only two hours to share a few tasty treats with you. See you on the radio.

Radio is my creative outlet. Every week I get a two hour empty canvas on which I can paint tunes that allow the listener to travel to a time and space where they can float, unaware of the responsibilities that lay around them, waiting to be picked up once again following the closing of my show. I hope you have the ability to lay down your weary lists, and just listen for a short time.

We all need to take back some of our precious time. The last thing I want to do is go to my death bed saying “if I only crossed one more item off that list”. Now is the time to live, and yes, of course be your responsible self. But may I please request that every Monday night, between 8-10PM you set it all down and pick up a little bit of Hell?

Thanks a ton. I think this show is a perfect example of what I can offer from week to week. I think I’m counting ten distinctive genres spread throughout this playlist. And the second hour has a few live cuts sprinkled in for good effect.

Take a look, take a listen, and join me Monday at 8. You never know what you’re going to hear, and I like it like that.

Enjoy.

jh

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Skull Ring: Iggy Pop with The Stooges
ABC: Peach Kelly Pop
I’m A Greedy Man: James Brown

Certain Men: Negativland
I Walk With The Lord: Pat Kessee
Where Eagles Dare: Bratmobile
Poor Elijah: Delaney and Bonnie and Friends

Bump Bump Babe: Wells Fargo
Inner City Blues: Grover Washington Jr.

Oh Atlanta: Little Feet
CC Rider: Big Bill Broonzy
Long Distance Call: Muddy Waters with Paul Butterfield and Mike Bloomfield

California Uber Alles: Dead Kennedys (April 28, 1985, Trenton, NJ)Room Service: Rap Reiplinger
Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love/Sell or be Sold/Mutiny in Jonestown: Minutemen (January 03, 1985 KPFK, LA, CA)
Earthquake: Kim Gordon

Stak O’Lee: Mississippi John Hurt
Yer Blues: The Dirty Mac
Bo Diddley: The Doors (July 21, 1969 Aquarius Theater, Hollywood, CA)
Marked For Life: Poison Idea

White Heat: Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
Eena Meena Deeka: Aki Kumar

I Like Girls: Samantha Sidley
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #381: 1969 And Feelin’ Fine

November 26, 2019
4:34 pm

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Oooooooohhhhhh weeeeeeeee It’s time for my 9th annual Annual Annual!!!!!

I live for this time of year.

For the ninth consecutive year I’m taking a night to focus on one year that was chock full of tasty tunes. For this show it’s all about 1969. Atlanta Music FestivalWoodstockAltamontMoon Landing, Nixon!

The final year of a tumultuous decade saw a lot of bands on the wane and a few starting out. The music scene was diverging as proto-punk bands were emerging, while funk and country were defining themselves more succinctly.

As always there is too much in my library to make the perfect two hour show; I merely scratched the surface, which means next week I’ll have 1969 left overs to share!

Speaking of left overs, enjoy the week, and care for yourselves and those around you. Let’s find a way to treat each other with kindness during this time of insecurity. We deserve better.

Check out previous Annual Annual specials here:

ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1971
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1972
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1973
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1974
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1975
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 2006
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1992
ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1983

Enjoy.

jh

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Debut Set:
Good Times, Bad Times: Led Zeppelin
Some Velvet Morning: Vanilla Fudge
The Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson

I Don’t Want To Hear It Anymore: Dusty Springfield
Magica: Os Mutantes
Because/You Never Give Me Your Money/Sun King: The Beatles – Final Recorded LP
Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud: James Brown

Lay Lady Lay: The Byrds
Girl From North Country: Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere: Neil Young and Crazy Horse – First LP with Crazy Horse
Kick Out The Jams: MC5 – Debut LP
3/5 Of A Mile in 10 Seconds: Jefferson Airplane

Okie From Muskogee: Merle Haggard
Tear Drop City: The Monkeys – First LP without Peter Tork
The Painter: Deep Purple

1969: The Stooges – Debut LP
Beginning To See The Light: Velvet Underground
God Knows I’m Good: David Bowie
Nobody’s Fault But Mine: Nina Simone
In the Ghetto: Elvis Presley

Mr. Green Genes: Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
Seeing: Moby Grape

My Way: Frank Sinatra

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #380: Come Sexplore With Me

November 21, 2019
10:01 pm

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My first hour features that latest from my live music collection. I cannot believe how much amazing live music I have accessed these past few weeks. If I didn’t also purchase vinyl on a semi-weekly basis I would consider hosting an all-bootleg show.

As much as I love playing music for you week-to-non-consecutive-these-days-week, I also really love interviewing guests. I really really enjoy it when the conversation is about sex and relationships. In the second hour of my recent show I was lucky to welcome the host of Sexploration with Monika, Monika Thomas, and clinical sexologist – author – lecturer Francesca Gentille to talk about tantric sex, communication, and a hot show coming up Saturday, November 23rd, that you can get a discount to. Go here for the tickets and enter HELL10 for a 10% discount.

The show looks detectible, featuring a 5-Course Gourmet dinner in a CATHEDRAL and the theme is sacred sexual exploration… everything from tantra to bondage nuns, with burlesque and bellydancing and a sing-along.

This reminds me, Monday, November 25th I’ll be hosting my Ninth annual Annual Annual!!! Two great hours from one year. I’m still not sure what year I’ll be playing yet, but you can bet the tunes will NOT be the hits. Tune in Monday night 8-10 to get an earful.

See you on the radio.

jh

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Brown: New Orb
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry: Johnny Cash

I’m Waiting For The Man: Lou Reed (January 27, 1973 Alice Tully Hall, NYC)
Penetration: Iggy Pop (July 3, 1983 Seaview Ballroom, St Kilda, Melbourne, VIC, Australia)

B-Movie/Flip Flop and Fly: Blues Brothers (December 31, 1978 Winterland, SF, CA)
X-Offender: Blondie (August 3, 1978 El Mocambo, Toronto, CA)
Moving In Stereo: The Cars (August 19, 1978 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, California)

Station to Station: David Bowie (April 27, 1983 Las Colinas Soundstage, Dallas, USA)
Proud Mary: Ike and Tina Turner (September 30, 1973 Soul Train Studios, Los Angeles, CA)
Last Goodbye: Jeff Buckley (June 24, 1995 Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK)

Interview with Monika Thomas and Francesca Gentille

If I’m In Luck I Just Might Get Picked Up: Betty Davis
When My Baby Comes: Grinderman

Interview with Monika Thomas and Francesca Gentille

Magic Dance: David Bowie
Feeling Good: Nina Simone

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