A Season in Hell
A Season in Hell #181: Art of the Segue
July 21, 2014 @ 8:00pm
No guests tonight; just you and me. If you tune in regularly to my show, then you know that I don't often stick to one genre. Tonight is especially true. I'm all over the place, but I do believe that I tie it together in a nice tight, well-segued bow. Radio really is the art of the segue.
There's some new music from The People's Temple, Boris, Black Monolith, and Zig Zags. There are some classics that you've never heard before. There's a tribute to the late, great blues guitarist, Johnny Winter to start it off.
Enjoy radio the way it was born to be: a canvas painted with broad strokes by a DJ/artist trained in the art.
Up in Smoke: Cheech and Chong
Manish Boy: Muddy Waters and Johnny Winter
B.B. King Medley: The Hourglass (Duane/Greg Allman
Jubilee Street: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Rokhev: Bar Kokhba
Douche bags on Parade: Mudhoney
Randy: Zig Zags
Things Ain't The Way They Used To Be: Mingus
The House on the Hill: The Mummies
If You Wanna Roll: The People's Temple
The Curve: Golden Void
No Bones for the Dogs: Joe Gibbs
Mr. Music: Sly Dunbar
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down: Miles from India
Heavy Rain: Boris
Void: Black Monolith
Cult Leader: Dopethrone
Rollin' Out: Moon Duo