A Season in Hell
Hell's Kitchen #222: I Salute You
May 25, 2015 @ 8:00pm


It was Memorial Day last Monday night. How am I supposed to celebrate this day? I think the playlist says it all. I'm certainly not going to make it all about John Philip Sousa. I'm a pacifist at heart. Really. I don't see any reason why the working class would ever want war. War is only for war profiteers.

In the second hour I feature some new music from Thee Oh Sees, Metz, White Hills, Queen Crescent, Tad Doyle's new band: Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, and Father John Misty. It's a fun night, worth the price of my rants alone.

I'm not on the air tonight, as I'm back east in South Carolina for a few days. I haven't been here since I was a wee lad, visiting Myrtel Beach back in 1977. Though I would never wish to leave my beautiful San Francisco for anywhere else, traveling to destinations like Hilton Head, South Carolina does indeed clear my head.

I'll be back on the air next Monday night, with members of Illogistical Resources Department stopping by to talk up their new release, which you can stream here.

See you on the radio.



(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding: Elvis Costello & The Attractions
I Don't Want To Be A Soldier: John Lennon

The Unknown Soldier: The Doors
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Gil Scott-Heron
Some Mother's Son: The Kinks
We Gotta Have Peace: Curtis Mayfield

Universal Soldier: Donovan
The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down: The Band
The "Fish" Cheer/I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag: Country Joe and the Fish
War/No More Trouble: Bob Marley and the Wailers

Concert Outlook

1916: Motorhead
Vera/Bring the Boys Back Home: Pink Floyd
Keep On Rockin' in the Free World: Neil Young and Crazy Horse

Web: Thee Oh Sees
Sunderberry Dream: Fuzz
Acetate: Metz

We Are What You Are: White Hills
Majic Moonjynuh: Queen Crescent

I Am: Brothers of the Sonic Cloth
Masters of War: Bob Dylan
Bored in the USA: Father John Misty

The Fiddle and the Drum: Joni Mitchell
I Ain't Marchin' Anymore: Phil Ochs

What a Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong
Little Boy Soldiers: The Jam