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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #341: Wait For It

August 8, 2018
10:12 am

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Once again I have outdone myself. Even after almost 30 years I still have the ability to put a set together that continues to prove that commercial radio has, does, and always will suck.

The legendary record label and recording studio, Fantasy Records, is closing. I pepper in a few artifacts in tribute, including some CCR, Lenny Bruce, Rancid, and Primus. I took a few requests, one of which is a brilliant 20 minute long devotional Sufi piece, and some Flo and Eddie in the form of a live Zappa/Mother’s from 1970.

But that’s not all! You also get the shortest, yet most inspiring version of the (almost) entire Tommy LP, an electronic-voiced Eric Clapton side project, and two horny drunk women pissed off at their even more drunk boyfriend. Oh yes, and a really pissed off preacher.

What will I do next Monday to top this one? Tune in Monday 8-10PM to find out.

Monday, August 20th, my brother from another mother, Eric McFadden will be in the studio to co-host our 3rd (non-consecutive) Steel Bridge Special. This is always a hoot.

Enjoy.

jh

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Suzie-Q: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Now Ah Lissen: Southern Preacher
Lost On You: LP

Grapevine: The Slits
How To Relax Your Colored Friends at Parties: Lenny Bruce
Roots Radicals: Rancid

Call Any Vegetable: Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention (February 13, 1970 Fillmore East, NYC, NY)
Chinatown: John Zorn’s Naked City
Layla: 386DX
2 Drunk 2 Fuck: Avenue D

Here Come The Bastards: Primus
Hot Rod Lincoln: Commander Cody
Sex and Money: Iggy and the Stooges
How’s Never: Gateway

Mainu Yaar Di Namaaz Lain Dey: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Tommy in Seven Minutes: V/A
Toumast: Tinariwen
Atomin Punk: Cherry 2000

Relax: Petra Haden

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #340: Return of the Return of the Magnificent Seven”s

July 26, 2018
2:01 pm

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Sometimes I giggle when I look at my 7″ collection. It’s true. And when I have to purchase another 7″ box to hold them in, I get all silly, thinking about how I’m going to organize them. True story.

You may recall a year ago when I moved out of SF to Berkeley I misplaced my entire 7″ collection along with a few important books of mine. I found the mis-labeled box a few months later, but not until I had already re-purchased a few of the missing 45s. I was so frustrated thinking that someone would have had the balls to snatch and grab a very heavy box full of my babies. Thankfully I found it buried in my storage shed behind my home, safe and sound, and ready to be played full blast once again.

On my most recent show it’s all about the 7″s (with a few 10″s thrown in, because who doesn’t appreciate a quality 10″?). And it’s not all rock either. Take a look at the playlist below. Rap, soul, garage, punk, Bowie, rock, psych. I’ve got it all covered.

I close out the show with a tribute to the Grateful Dead’s longest tenured keyboardist, Brent Mydland, who’s last show was on this day in 1990 (June 26). I was never a fan of his voice, but he had the Hammond B3 sound down. He just couldn’t battle his demons anymore. I have a memory of walking in the lot during a show during the summer of 1989, reading a copy of Dupree’s Diamond News (a Dead zine/sheet written for and distributed to Heads in the parking lot before shows). DDN made a statement that the “rumors” of Brent being back on heroin were false; he was clean and sober. He would be dead of a vicious overdose. Too bad Jerry wasn’t scared straight from the experience.

I’m out of the office this coming Monday night, and I’m really hoping that our premier fill-in DJ Dial-A-Shot will be taking over. The man ROCKS! I’ll have a classic Hell’s Kitchen Radio show lined up if he doesn’t make it in, and I look forward to manning the helm again the following Monday at 8PM.

Radio Valencia is turning 8 years old on August 11. Be sure to wish us a happy birthday! We like dark chocolate and garage rock.

Enjoy.

jh

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Don’t Forget to Breathe: The Melvins
Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me: Redd Kross

Goin’ Back to Cali: LL Cool J
Emma: Hot Chocolate

Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon: Urge Overkill
People Get Ready: The Chambers Brothers
Fantastic Voyage: David Bowie

***San Mateo Set***
Lieutenant Uhuru: Three Stoned Men
Legend of Sleepy Hollow: The Mummies
Andalusia: The Phantom Surfers

Hey Hey What Can I Do: Led Zeppelin (You have never heard it played like this before)
Deezy: Honky (Jeff Pinkus of Butthole Surfers ROCK band. Think ZZ Top on meth!)
Brainded Warrior: Zig Zags

Kick Out The Jams: Afrika Bambaatta
Rock Box: Run DMC
Macho Man: Artless
Louie Louie: Black Flag

You Stupid Asshole: Mudhoney
Another Way: Mono Men
Let’s Get Funky: Jack O’Fire
Lights Out: Wooden Shjips
Observatory: Carlton Melton

Drone: Here Are The Facts You Requested
Bloody Hammer: Roky Erickson

Dear Mr. Fantasy: Grateful Dead (March 31, 1988 Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey)

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #339: Teenage Angstdream

July 11, 2018
2:05 pm

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There once was a time when my daughter looked at me like I was a hero. Now she’s 13. Oh well, at least she allowed me to drag her kicking and screaming out of her lair (read: bedroom) to join me in the studio on this fine night. It only took me bribing her with a burrito to make this happen. There was a time when she couldn’t wait to co-host a radio show with me. I guess we all grow up eventually, right? RIGHT?

To my credit, she did acknowledge all on her own, that it’s pretty cool that she’s had this opportunity to be on the radio with me over the years None of her other friends have ever done this before. So there!

Lauson’s musical tastes have grown beyond my tastes, as I’m sure mine did when I was her age. If I recall 13 correctly, I was starting to purchase music on my own on a monthly basis; much of which my father hadn’t ever listened to. So it comes as no surprise that she’s delving deeper into her own interests. And it’s those interests that I encouraged her to share on the show tonight.

Interestingly enough, not only is she into hiphop, but she loves Sinatra and Stevie Wonder, and is discovering more classic soul and funk based on the samples used in contemporary hiphop. We talk about this on the air. It reminds me of how I got deeper into blues, using 60s bands like the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton as a springboard to discover the originals, which I ended up enjoying more than the covers.

The banter is witty, the music is groovy. The talk about attending concerts, in the second hour, is classic! Much of the music is vocalist-centered as you can see by the playlist below. New music by Ty Segall and White Fence.

If you care to check out the previous shows featuring Little Lauson Hell check out the links below:

First show in 2012
Second show in 2014
Third show also in 2014
Fourth show in spring of 2015
Fifth show in the summer of 2015
Sixth show in summer 2016 along with Saucy!
Seventh show was also during summer 2016
Eight show was December 2016
Ninth show was July 2017
Tenth show was in August 2017

Enjoy.

jh

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It’s Hard To Be Humble: Mac Davis
I Get A Kick Out Of You: Tony Bennett

Fireworks: First Aid Kit
Fourth of July: Dave Alvin
A Change is Gonna Come: The Gits

Lauson’s Set
Chicago: Frank Sinatra
I Just Called To Say I Love You: Stevie Wonder
Shadowboxer: Fiona Apple

Only Son Of A Ladies Man: Father John Misty
Drown In My Own Tears: Ray Charles
Ain’t No Sunshine: Bill Withers
Starman: David Bowie

In Every Dream Home A Heartache: Roxy Music
Pray For Me: G-Eazy
Lilac Wine: Nina Simone
Hallelujah: Jeff Buckley

Business: Eminem
Hello Goodbye: The Beatles
Senorita: Ovarian Trolley

Body Behavior: Ty Segall and White Fence
Girls: Beastie Boys

My Thang: James Brown
Happy Boy: Beat Farmers

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #338: Facial Recognition Radio

July 5, 2018
3:53 pm

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Another winner of a broadcast for this week. I think I’m finally getting the hang of this. Lots of tasty library choices on this night. For you not used to the library lingo, “library” means older releases. Some older tunes, some afro-funk, stoner-rock, alt-country, live Iggy and live Dead! What else could you ask for? A few long jams? Sure, I’ve got that in the show as well. Some jazz and blues? Why not?! Some prog-rock and English punk? Ok, if you say so.

Happy Forfa to all of you. Please celebrate responsibly as you blow up a little bit of our nation, and perhaps a small part of your body.

See you Monday night at 8.

Also, Flint still has no clean drinking water, and Puerto Rico is mostly out of power.

Enjoy.

jh

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Status People: Groundhogs
I Knew My Name: Psychic Ills

Reaper Invert: WAND
Giving Up The Ghost: Zig Zags
Temporarily Like Bob Dylan: Bongos, Bass and Bob

Dirty Robber: The Mummies
Mona Lisa: Sam Cooke
God Bless the Child: Kenny Burrell

They Ain’t Making Jews Like Jesus Anymore: Kinky Friedman
Summer Wages: David Bromberg

Linda Goes To Mars: John Prine
Hikky Burr: Quincy Jones

Tei Egwu: Afro Funk
Mr. Time: Koes Barat

Watcher the Skies: Genesis
Our Darling: Altamont

Untitled: Dead Meadow
Ex-Lion Tamer: Wire

The Passenger: Iggy Pop (August 18, 1996 Bizarre Festival, Cologne, Germany)
Loser: Grateful Dead (May, 08, 1981 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY)

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #337: Dub This!

June 26, 2018
3:55 pm

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Sometimes taking a few weeks off leaves me feeling a wee bit rusty. Not tonight! I came out of the shoot all guns blazing hot! Something for everyone in the first hour. Lots of dub in the second. I close out the show with a tasty 13 minute live Jimi Hendrix jam from New Years Eve 69/70 that you are sure to enjoy.

I spent a little while at Econo Jam Records in Oakland today. This was a first for me, but I can promise you it will not be my last. Living in San Francisco for most of my life got me used to the many fine vinyl establishments on that side of the bridge (I actually types “this side of the bridge”, forgetting that I don’t live in SF now): Amoeba, Stranded, 1234Go, Thrillhouse, just to name a few. But living in Berkeley has opened my eyes to more more MORE!!!!
We truly are living the dream, aren’t we.

Hey, I hear WAND is playing this Thursday at Starline Social Club in Oakland. All ages. Make this happen.

Also, Flint still has no clean drinking water, and Puerto Rico is mostly out of power.
Enjoy.
jh

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Mondo Bondage: The Tubes
Road Runner: Chris Spedding
Shotgun Blues: Blues Brothers
The Bit: The Melvins
Sonic Titan: Sleep
Overthrown: Oh Sees
Oh Man: Spacin’
Down Home Girl: Betty Davis
Power of Soul: Idris Muhammad
Cloak and Dagger (Version 3): The Upsetters
Sin Semilla Dub: The Upsetters
Kasha Macka Dub: The Upsetters
I Am Not Ashamed: The Mighty Two
Get Movin’: The Last Poets
Under Surveillance: The Scientist
Soul Revel: Bob Marley and Lee Perry
Wake Up The Sun: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Shhhhhh (For A Little While): James Brown
Machine Gun: Jimi Hendrix (January 1, 1970 – Fillmore East, NY, NY)
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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #336: Look Ma, No Brains!

June 24, 2018
6:04 pm

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A night of risk-taking on the ol’ radio stream. Or is it Internet stream? Am I allowed to call this radio? We don’t broadcast on the FM/AM. We have no antenna. There’s no static coming across the line. Am I remiss if I say I have a “radio show”? Or do I have to be all literal and state that I host a two-hour Internet music program each Monday night? That’s not very sexy.

Then again, neither am I.

This show however is the bees knees! Just take a gander at that playlist sitting there in front of you. Kraut Rock, Hard Bob, 60s French-Canadian Garage, West African Funk, Midwest Balkanese, and so much more.

How do I do it?!?!?!?!

I’m not on the “air” next Monday night so you can enjoy a classic Hell’s Kitchen program instead.

Enjoy.

jh

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Haitian Fight Song: Charles Mingus

The Bump: George Freeman
Moonstruck: Malone Barnes and Spontaneous Simplicity

Season of the Witch: Donovan
Happy Boy: The Beat Farmers
La Moustache A Papa: Anna Bell
The Lady Loves Me: Elvis Presley and Anne Margaret

Staring at the Sun: Wooden Shjips
Bang Bang: Nancy Sinatra
Brainstorm: Hawkwind

Truth: Alexander Ebert
Leave It (A Capella): Yes
Telephone Girl: Assagai
Rhineland: Beirut

Diamond In Your Mind: Tom Waits and Kronos Quartet
Reaching Through To The Other Side: My Brightest Diamond
Feeling Good (Troublemaker Remix): Nina Simone

Rope Ladder To The Moon: Colosseum (August 22, 1970 Finland)
Little Man With A Gun In His Hand: Minutemen

Here Come The Bastards: Primus

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #335: It’s Too Late Now

June 5, 2018
9:48 am

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How exactly did the week pass by without me posting my show? I hate when that happens. I don’t just blindly pick music. I take my time to curate a show for you. I would love nothing more than to wax poetic about why I chose what I did for you on this fine night, but alas I cannot for the life of me recall anything beyond the fact it was Memorial Day, and I also picked up the new Sleep and Wooden Shjips LPs.

That’ll have to do.

Oh, and you absolutely MUST check out the “Message from Daimo” track later in the show. It’s hilarious if you know Daimo. Even if you don’t…

Enjoy.

jh

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An Open Letter To My Teenage Son: Victor Lunberg
Mudride: Mudhoney

Giza Butler: Sleep
I Don’t Wanna  Be A Soldier Mama: John Lennon
Eclipse: Wooden Shjips

War/No More Trouble: Bob Marley
1916: Motorhead
Red Right Hand: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Black Water: Red Fang
I Ain’t Marchin’ Anymore: Phil Ochs
(What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love and Understanding: Elvis Costello
Freaks for the Festival: Rahssan Roland Kirk

Sinnerman: Nina Simone
A Message from Daimo
Chinese Arithmetic: Eric B and Rakim
The Fiddle and the Drum: Joni Mitchell
Am I Black Enough For Ya: Schoolly D

Lonesome Train Whistle: Reverend Horton Heat
Buck Whylin’: Terminator X

FISH Cheer/Fell-Like-I’m-Fixing-To-Die-Rag: Country Joe and the Fish

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #334: I Can’t Call It What I Really Wanted To Call It

May 24, 2018
12:22 pm

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You just never know what you never know, so stop worrying yourself to death about the unknown unknowns. You don’t know what you don’t know and you don’t know how to articulate it.

This and much much less on my recent Monday night show. Just take a look and a listen and you too will discover that nothing, and I do mean nothing beats the tremendous amount of disappointment you are about to endure. You’ll be heard to say “well, I can’t get those two hours back”, and “I never realized I needed something less”.

Yes folks, it’s quite amazing to witness such a diversity of absurdity in a non-event such as this one right here.

Feel free not to click on the links associated with unabashed microcosm of what is NOT an example of the American Dream. And that’s with a capital A and D!

Next Monday new music from Wooden Shjips and Sleep!!!

Yours in apathy,

jh

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Call My Body Home: The Monkeywrench
Die!: The Mummies
Louie Louie: Thee Headcoats

Mother Lemonade: Ty Segall
Interstellar Overdrive: Pink Floyd (BBC December 1968)

Sadio Witch: Electric Wizard
Andromeda’s Suffering: Alice Coltrane

Lilin: Bar Kokhba Sextet
Here He Comes: Brian Eno

Rosa Lee McFall: Black Mountain Boys
Bad Smells: Glenn Branca
Overture/It’s a Boy: The Who

Epistrophe: Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane
Ten Crack Commandments: Notorious B.I.G.
Groupie Therapy: The Pharcyde

Sophisticated Bitch: Public Enemy
I Wanna Be Your Lover: Prince

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #333: Half The Beast

April 27, 2018
2:01 pm

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Where were you when it happened? Where did you hear the news? Who were you with? What were you doing at the time? How did you feel upon initially experiencing this? Who did you tell first? How did you tell them? What was their reaction?

All this and more in my most recent show.

Such a fabulous selection of punk, funk and junk for your earholes to enjoy.

I’m taking next Monday off to go see Ty Segall perform in Berkeley. There will be a Hell’s Kitchen Radio classic scheduled, but you may hear another Radio Valencia DJ taking the controls for the night.

jh

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The Lady Loves Me: Elvis Presley/Ann Margaret
So What: Miles Davis

Sunday Morning: Kelly Stoltz
Love Addict: Honey and the Bees
Makin’ The Freeway: Firehose
Hit it and Quit it: Funkadelic

Alice: Meatbodies
Taking Too Long: The Wipers
School Teacher: Bob Seger

Come On Over Turn Me On: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan
Shapes of Things: Jeff Beck Group
Lover, You Should Have Come Over: Jeff Buckley

Expert: PragVEC
Don’t Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock and Roll: Long John Baldry

It’s A Shame: First Aid Kit
Anti-Parent Cowboy Killers: Joanna Gruesome
Hear My Train A’Comin’: Jimi Hendrix

Get Down Moses: Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros
Cars and Shoes: The Coup
Lust For Life: NY Loose

Alta: Ty Segall
Pittsburgh to Lebanon: Butthole Surfers
The Geeks Were Right: The Faint

Roscoe: Midlake

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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #332: Won’t You Come Home?

April 13, 2018
5:15 pm

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It’s another one of those nights where I just have to do a deeper dive into my cast library of music. There’s something old, something new, something ripped off, something I don’t think I’ve ever actually listened to before.

That’s fair, isn’t it?

Should a DJ give a listen to EVERYTHING before they play it for you? How much preparation do you require from your DJ? How OCD are you, anyway?

I used to know a DJ at a former station I was at who would spend hours writing out his playlist. We hosted four-hour shows at this particular station. I would watch him work meticulously on his playlist. Draft after draft. He would write down songs/artists, and then scratch some out and and fill it in with another. I would tune in from time to time and could really appreciate the effort, but it also felt a little stiff. Maybe it was his mic breaks, but it never felt that authentic to me.

More often than not I’m inspired by the events leading up to my show, and I pull my music a few hours beforehand based on this. I enjoy playing new music more often than not, but I also love peppering some older “library” tracks in for good measure. Some shows, like the one from two weeks ago, take on a life of their own, and I get inspired during the show itself. Thank goodness I bring along my trusty external HD with 100GB of music.

Enjoy.

jh

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 If I’m In Luck I Might Get Picked Up: Betty Davis
I Get A Kick Out Of You (Frank Sinatra cover): Tony Bennett
T.V. Eye: The Stooges
Astronomy Domine: Voivod (Pink Floyd cover)
Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac: Dizzy Gillespie
Got My Mind Made Up: 2Pac
High Heeled Sneakers (Tommy Tucker cover): The Mummies
Love Buzz: Shocking Blue
You Can’t Lose What You Never Had: Muddy Waters
Red House: Jimi Hendrix
Hillbilly Math: Dale Crover
Revolution Blues: Neil Young
Satan is a Bummer: Bush Tetras
Tattoo (The Who cover): Petra Haden
Life on Mars: David Bowie
Tangled Up In Blue: Bob Dylan
Dimples (John Lee Hooker cover): The Allman Brothers Band
Straight to Hell: The Clash
The Devil’s Chasing Me: Reverend Horton Heat
Joset of Nazareth’s Blues: Titus Andronicus
Diamonds on my Mind: Tom Waits
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