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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #457: 11th annual Annual Annual: 1978

December 2, 9pm

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Every year leading up to my Annual Annual, I suffer and strain to decide on a year I want to focus on. This year was no different. Do I want to reach back pre-1970? How about something a little more recent, like the lost year of 2020? I asked for suggestions, and a bunch flew my way, but the one that really stuck came from my buddy, and teaching colleague, Eric, who suggested 1978. The emergence of English post-punk, metal was evolving, funk was redefining itself against a backdrop of too much disco. There is a lot to choose from when it comes to 1978.

I took at least a week to pour over my options. In the end I sat with approximately four hours of music to fit into about an hour forty minutes, mixed with talk and highlights from the year. I tried to mix it up, and keep you on your toes. I really appreciate all of the many comments that kept coming during the show, and I’m sorry I didn’t take any requests. Shows like these are pretty well mapped out by the time I flip the switch.

Take a look at the playlist below, and click the link up above to stream or download this bad boy.

If you’re interested in the previous 10 editions of my Annual Annual, take a look below.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

2011 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1971
2012 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1972
2013 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1973
2014 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1974
2015 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1975
2016 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 2006
2017 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1992
2018 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1983
2019 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1969
2020 – ANNUAL ANNUAL – 1980

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11TH annual ANNUAL ANNUAL: 1978

The Finkelstein Shit Kid/Up In Smoke: Cheech and Chong

On Top Of The World: Cheap Trick
This Year’s Girl: Elvis Costello and the Attractions

B-Movie Box Car Blues/Flip, Flop and Fly: Blues Brothers
Every 1’s A Winner: Hot Chocolate
Baltimore: Nina Simone

Annalisa: PIL
You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla): The Dickies
What Do I Get? Buzzcocks
Teenage Kicks: The Undertones
Warrior in Woolworths: X-Ray Spex

Big Bad Bill is Sweet William Now: Ry Cooder
That’s The Way The World Goes ‘Round: John Prine
Snake Song: Townes Van Zandt
Christmas Card From A Hooker in Minneapolis: Tom Waits

Radebe: Johnny Dyani
Lanquidity: Sun Ra
Hong Kong Garden: Siouxsie and the Banshees

One Nation Under A Groove: Funkadelic
The Robots: Kraftwerk
Ca Plane Pour Moi: Plastic Bertrand

The Green Manalishi: Judas Priest
(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures: The Rezillos
Time Will Tell: Bob Marley and the Wailers

Radio Valencia is co-presenting Flipper, December 30th and 31st at Bottom of the Hill. This is going to be two incredible shows. Yours truly is MCing December 30th, featuring comedian Neil Hamburger, and Mike Watt and the Missingmen. New Years Eve has Neil Hamburger and SF punk luminaries VKTMS!!! Go to the Bottom of the Hill website for tickets and more information. Radio Valencia will be in house with lots of freshly printed t-shirts just for you!

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #456: Your Favorite Hyphenated Radio Program

November 24, 4pm

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What a pleasure it is to have talented artists in the studio. Monday night I was lucky to have my old buddy Joe Mangrum in town doing some work on a public art piece of his that the city asked him to come care for. It was either that or the city was going to tear it out and throw it away. Stay classy, San Francisco.

Joe is what we can a hyphenated artist. He’s done it all. Since moving to New York a bit over a decade ago, he has been best known as the sand mandala artist of Washington Square Park. Since COVID he’s been working on a couple of books on his history as an artist. These will be self published, so please look for them coming in 2022. These will make an excellent addition to any art book collection. He’s also working on turning his work in NFTs, something that I am a true novice in. Joe believes NFTs are the future. Might want to jump on this while it’s still young.

Musically, tonight has a lot to offer: “new” Nick Cave, King Gizzard, and Amyl. There’s punk, some funk, and lots of junk. Take a look at the playlist below and jump right in. 

Radio Valencia is co-presenting Flipper, December 30th and 31st at Bottom of the Hill. This is going to be

two incredible shows. Yours truly is MCing December 30th, featuring comedian Neil Hamburger, and Mike Watt and the Missingmen. New Years Eve has Neil Hamburger and SF punk luminaries VKTMS!!! Go to the Bottom of the Hill website for tickets and more information. Radio Valencia will be in house with lots of freshly printed t-shirts just for you!

Happy Thankstaking to you and yours. Let’s not forget who’s non-seceded land we are all living on. And give thanks to all the farm laborers who work it took to get this food to our tables.

Next Monday, November 29th is my eleventh annual Annual Annual. Two hours featuring one year in music. What year will I choose? Tune in and find out!

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Animal X: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Alaska: Artanker Convoy

Interview with Joe Mangrum

Butterfly 3000: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Rua Augusta: Os Mutantes

Interview with Joe Mangrum

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly: Flipper
New York Is Alright If You Like Saxophones: FEAR
Waiting Room: Fugazi
Egg Man: Beastie Boys

Interview with Joe Mangrum

Killing A Little Time: David Bowie
Don’t Fence Me In: Amyl and the Sniffers
Comin’ Round My Way: The Cynics

Hypnogogia: Death Valley Girls
Lucifer Sam: Pink Floyd
Bring The Noise: Brownout
Take Your Medicine/Meddle with Metal: Czarface and MF Doom
Black Sabbath: Flower Travelin’ Band

Theme de Yoyo: Art Ensemble of Chicago 
God Bless The Child: Kenny Burrell

Radio Valencia Co-Presents Flipper December 30 & 31 at Bottom of the Hill

November 20, 7pm

Radio Valencia is excited to be co-presenting the December 30 and 31 Flipper show, featuring David Yow at Bottom of the Hill. This is certain to sell out, so head on over to the Bottom of the Hill site to grab your tickets now. Ring in the new year with Bay Area noise-rock, post-punk, experimental rockers Flipper! 

This is supposedly David Yow’s final shows with Flipper, so you do not want to miss this. Honestly, unless
there’s a Scratch Acid or Jesus Lizard reunion planned, why would he ever leave such a great band?

I’m going to be interviewing the band leading up to the shows, so tune into my Monday night show: Hell’s Kitchen Radio on Radio Valencia to check it out. I may even have tickets to give away!?!?!?!

Both nights have comedian and man about town, Neil Hamburger opening. mike watt + missingmen are in support on December 30th, with Radio Valencia’s John Hell as your MC. Legendary San Francisco punk band VKTMS are in support for December 31st.

Radio Valencia will be in the house with a merch table so you can ring in the new year with a brand spankin’ new Radio Valencia t-shirt. Come grab one for your and your loved ones.

Do not delay on getting tickets to this show, they will go fast!

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #455: Wish You Were Broke

November 11, 9am

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You have distinguished taste in music. You only want the best. So why are you here? Just joking; I got what you need.

Often times I pull my music shortly before I leave for the station, looking for albums that I either recently purchased, or something I haven’t listened to in a long time. There are also times I pull records that I haven’t listen to quite enough, and figure I’ll try out a track on you. That being said, these records rarely get played on my show. I don’t really want to experiment on you that much. That wouldn’t be fair. You want to tune into a show where the host actually has done the work for you.

I’ve trained countless DJs over the years. Though I impart upon them my style of programming, it’s important that they find their own voice, as I did. Starting my radio life at the great KFJC (88-97), I was trained by Hell’n Hairspray, who shared her own wisdom about mixing accessible tunes with more challenging tracks. There were two school’s of thought at the Fine 89: Mix it up so as not to alienate the listener, and push the limits 100% of the time, listeners-be-damned! I come from the former school. I like to push the limits from time to time, but I also don’t want you all running for the hills, or to Dave-FM. HA!

On this show you get a mixed bag of sonic goodness. It’s the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s fourth release (untitled), I throw in a version of Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” that you have never heard before, some folk blues from the deep south, Japanese psych, Detroit proto-punk, West Kenyan Guitar, Aussie garage rock, Detroit blues, and The Residents, along with many other tasty treats, fresh from Hell’s Kitchen Radio.

Take a moment and glance at the playlist, and then click on the link at the top to stream or download this episode.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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The Laughing Song: The Residents
Sabbath: Lucifer

Needle Boy: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
When The Levee Breaks (alt mix): Led Zeppelin

Mean Disposition: Muddy Waters with Mike Bloomfield and Paul Butterfield
Sister Morphine: Marianne Faithful
Tamalpais High (At About 3): David Crosby

Halo of Flies (acoustic): The Melvins
What Do I Get?: Destroy All Monsters

Goddess on A Highway: Mercury Rev
I’ll Buy: The Replacements
Fear and Loathing in Mahwah, NJ: Titus Andronicus

Dawn: Kikagaku Moyo
Free the Skull: Moon Duo

54-40 or Fight: Dead Moon
Losin’ Your Mind: Lazy Cowgirls
Smooth Moves: The People’s Temple

Wish You Were Here (Stephane Grappelli on violin): Pink Floyd
Wesimba Omurwe: Shem Tupe
Write Me A Few Of Yo Lines: Mississippi Fred McDowell

The New Gospel Keys: In That Great Getting Up In The Morning

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #454: Kate and Eric Visit the New Studio

November 6, 10am

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After careful consideration, and a close listen to my pre-Halloween show, I came to the decision that it just plane blew. Therefore, I have made the executive decision for a do-over. The first hour on Monday night was some sweet spooky tunes to keep the holiday spirit going. Pun intended. 

To make this night even better, the second hour features not one, but two remarkable performers: Kate Vargas and Eric McFadden. If you have tuned into my show over the years, then you know Eric is a longtime friend, and always a great interview, always with fun stories to share. Tonight Eric is joined by singer/songwriter Kate Vargas. I’ve been playing the hell out of her recent release, Rumpumpo. The two of them have been hosting their weekly “From The Red Couch” shows since COVID began, and each week is a real treat.

Tonight we talk about how COVID has been treating them, writing and performing, and what stories mean to them. I really love interviewing songwriters; they always dig deeper to tell the more meaningful story. I think you’ll agree.

Eric and Kate will be performing at Dark Cabaret at the Great Star Theater in Chinatown the last two

weekends in November. I have attended many times and can attest to how amazing this show is. Go to the site and poke around. Seriously, go see this show!!!

Kate is performing later in November at Amado’s in the Mission, Sunday, November 21st.

OK, that’s enough. Take a look at the playlist below, click the link at the top to stream or download this show, by tickets to the live shows, and get a damn life already.

Enjoy.

jh

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Science Fiction/Double Feature: Rocky Horror SDTK
Bloody Hammer: Roky Erickson and the Aliens
Mercy Seat: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Worship the Devil: Glitter Wizard
The Beast with Five Hands: Groovie Ghoulies
See You In The Boneyard: The Flesh Eaters
I Was A Teenage Werewolf: The Cramps

Bela Lugosi’s Dead: Bauhaus 
You’re Dead: Norma Tanega
I Put A Spell On You: Nina Simone
Evil: Howlin’ Wolf 

Halloween: Siouxsie and the Banshees
Halloween: Mudhoney
Halloween: Sonic Youth

Church of the Misdirection: Kate Vargas
Happy Death: Eric McFadden

Glorieta and the Holy Place: Kate Vargas
Who’s Laughing Now? Eric McFadden

I Want To Be Evil: Eartha Kitt
Little Demon: Screamin Jay Hawkins

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #453: The Witching Hour

October 30, 11pm

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Sometimes the week just gets away from me. I really need to be more on top of this blog. For this I apologize. And look what you missed!!! Scarrrrrry soundzzzzzzz. Not really. Kinda. I really didn’t put much effort into the holiday theme, most likely because it’s a week away, and I’m really trying to avoid making a costume of any kind. What the hell is wrong with me? I used to love to do the whole DIY thing. I did make my toddler son’s costume. Bodhi wants to be a blueberry. There are no blueberry costumes out there to be purchased, so I did what any modern day, creative father would do: I hit up the craft store!

He wants me to be a strawberry. This is not going to happen. He wants his mother to be a banana. This too is not going to happen. He wants his sister, Little Lauson Hell, to be an elephant. This really isn’t going to happen. He’ll forget all about it once he gets a candy bar thrown his way. 

I am totally off topic. 

This show was fun nonetheless. I realized following the show I should have played the Tom Waits tune “What’s He Building In There?”, instead of what I did play. In retrospect I have creepy music galore that I didn’t play. I did pull out some horror film soundtracks, and a few treats. There is some new music from the Melvins and Kate Vargas. I also picked up the 50th anniversary Beatles “Let It Be” box set. I played a few selections from those sessions in the second hour.

I just picked up the entire Pink Floyd 2021 remastered collection. There are no extras, but it sounds amazing! Next Monday you may hear some of this. 

If you’re heading out on the town Sunday for Halloween, save some to the treats for the kids, will ya? My wife and I had this idea years ago, to serve creamed corn from ladles into the candy bags. Hilarious. Maybe one day? HA!

Have you checked out any of our many great new shows on Radio Valencia? Go to the shows page and tune in when it fits your schedule. There is so much there to fit your awesome style. We wish we were as cool as you.

Enjoy.

jh

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The Demise of Mrs. Baylock: Jerry Goldsmith (The Omen OST)
I Saw Your Mommy: Suicidal Tendencies

Hung Bunny/Roman Dog Bird (acoustic): Melvins
All I Want For Christmas is Halloween: Happy Fangs

Lawton: Hampton Grease Band
Kick Out The Jams: MC5 meet Africa Bambaataa

Left Shoe: Kate Vargas
Step Right Up: Tom Waits
Dread Lion: The Upsetters
Witch: Goblin
Andalusia: The Phantom Surfers

Stormy Monday: Allman Brothers (January 30, 1971)
Circlin’ the Sun: Spirit Hustler

Let It Be/Please Please Me/Let It Be: The Beatles

I Got A Feeling: The Beatles
On The Day Shift Now/All Things Pass: The Beatles
Polythene Pam (Rehearsal): The Beatles
Maggie Mae/Fancy My Chances With You: The Beatles
Don’t Let Me Down (First Rooftop Performance): The Beatles
The Common People: Leonard Nimoy

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow: Amy Winehouse
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong
Good Night, Sleep Tight: Lawrence Welk Singers

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #452: The Night Time Is The Right Time

October 23, 10am

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Tune in for the music, stay for my stinging commentary on commercial radio! Seriously though, you can’t write this stuff. Live 105 is now Dave FM? Too much. Let’s turn commercial radio into a ghost town. To me this looks like the death knell of the medium. What a perfect time for people to tune into non-commercial, and community radio like Radio Valencia, where the DJs all curate their own shows. There is nothing holding us back. We aren’t relying on corporate interests. Our motive is our purpose.

As always, a lot of new music on this show. including new acoustic Melvins, new King Gizzard, FUZZ, Shannon and the Clams. I’m also starting a second hour feature where I showcase my box set collections. There are always sonic treats in these sets that you’ve never heard before. I’ll be sharing what I’ve got weekly.

Enjoy.

jh

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There Is A Mountain: Joe Jones
Moving Pictures For The Ear: Don Cherry

Holy Roller: Night Beats
Big Time: Medeski, Martin and Wood

Billy Fish (acoustic): Melvins
Blaze: Acid King
B1: Dungen

Yours: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Borin Convo: JJ Doom
Runaway Child, Running Wild: The Temptations
Dave’s Not Here: Cheech and Chong
Help Me: Sonny Boy Williamson

Nothing People: FUZZ
Le Jeu Du Telephone: Caroline
Jesus Doesn’t Want Me For A Sunbeam: The Vaselines

Kids and Dogs: David Crosby and P.E.R.R.O. (2021 Remastered 50th Anniversary Release)
Fearless: Pink Floyd (Stereo 24-Bit 96kHz Early Years Blu-Ray)
All Apologies: Nirvana (2013 Remastered 20th Anniversary Release)

Snakes Crawl: Shannon and the Clams
Living Wreck: Mudhoney
Universal Consciousness: Alice Coltrane

Clap (studio version): Yes
Good Night Sleep Tight: Lawrence Welk Singers

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #451: Being Famous Is Just So Hard

October 3, 9pm

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Well this is embarrassing. I should have shared this with you days ago. What was I thinking? What have I been doing all this time? Oh right, I have kids, and a wife. And it was my birthday this past week, so there was that. And I have a job. 

I just can’t please ’em all.

And this was a really good show; possibly the best since I returned live in the studio this past summer. New music from Ty Segall, Shannon and the ClamsKing Gizzard and John Dwyer. There’s also a tribute to sax man, Pee Wee Ellis. I saw some live music last weekend and went digging online for the opening bands. I open with tunes from both, Buzzed Lightbeer and Coffin. Check them out when they come to your town. 

Support live, local music.

Enjoy.

jh

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Hell: Buzzed Lightbeer
Going Off (Til You Die): Coffin

Mountain: Meatbodies
Warsawng: Glitter Wizard

Changing Contours: Ty Segall
Turbine: MV and EE
Dirt: The Stooges

Licking Stick, Licking Stick: James Brown
Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud: James Brown

Do I Wanna Stay: Shannon and the Clams
Cold Bear: The Gaturs
London: Angel Bat Dawid

Blue Morpho/Interior People: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Melted Rope: WAND

Compared to What?: Col. Bruce Hampton and Aquarium Rescue Unit
Tei Egwu: Afro Funk

The War Clock: John Dwyer

What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #450: Roommate Radio At It’s Finest

September 23, 8pm

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Music and mayhem for two hours. You’re good with that, right? I really had no chance, btw. I have to keep up appearances. I really listen to Helen Reddy and Montovani at home. You knew that though. You’re smart like that. I’m boring as all get out. Dad jokes a-plenty! I plug my ears through all this music you hear during my show. Blech. Who needs it? amiright?????

And then there’s the guests! Sheesh! Who the Hell wants to talk to people? I really just want to sink into my comfy couch, eat some bon-bons and watch train videos on YouTube. 

First hour is some stuff, follower by things. Ha! New music from Red FangToshi Kasai and Daddy Longhead. Such goodness coming from these artists. I’m looking forward to interviewing producer, engineer, electronics wiz Toshi Kasai in the upcoming weeks.

Second hour brings a visit from the one and only Mike Dingle of the 3rd Thursday Band, and Marlon Kasberg of KFJC (I won’t share his airname, but you will know him when you hear him). They stopped in to talk up this weekend hullabaloo happening at Winters Tavern in Pacific, Saturday and Sunday, featuring a tribute to the late. great rock/punk saxophonist Steve Mackay. The interview was fun and way too much roommate radio, but silly nonetheless. 

There’s also some great music featuring Steve Mackay late in the second hour.

If you really want to give a listen to what a bunch of idiots who have known one another for 20+ years in and around the music and radio history, forgetting that they’re on the radio, and ignoring the listeners, then you really want to give this a lesson. To be honest though, Marlon and I did our best to keep Dingle on point, and talking directly into the microphone. I love that guy. 

Come to this show!

Enjoy.

jh

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Religion: PIL
Strange Times in Casablanca: John Cale

Will You Still Love Me: Dave Barker and the Upsetters
Beautiful and Dangerous: Desmond Dekker
Girls With Guns: Bongos, Bass and Bob

Unreal Estate: Red Fang
Hadasha: Bar Kokhba

The Hunt Is On: Toshi Kasai
What Did I Feed The Dogs: Daddy Longhead

“Interview” with Mike Dingle and Marlon Kasberg

Los Altos Blues: Steve Mackay
Baghdad: Steve Mackay

Capital: Amyl and the Sniffers
Rock Island Line: Leadbelly
Let There Be Dark: Dark Carnival

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #449: Shake This!

September 19, 5pm

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It has been almost two full years since I have hosted a guest in the studio. Monday night I was pleased to have Patsy and Giovanni “The Cleaner” mAcdonald, from the greatest rock and roll band in the world, Shake Well, join me in the second hour, talking up their new release and upcoming show at Ivy Room, Thursday night, September 16th, featuring TJ mAcdonald, who sounds a lot like Eric McFadden, on guitar. Eric and Kate Vargas are headlining this show.

The mAcdonald family are a curious bunch, and Patsy shares some stories I don’t think the rest of the family are too keen on you all knowing. Be sure to check out the interview. They also brought along some tracks for the soon-to-be-released new album. 
There’s plenty of new music throughout the show tonight. Amyl and the Sniffers, Toshi Kasai, Paul Leary, Kate Vargas, Meatbodies, and Negativland. Whew, that’s a lot.

Music bed generously produced and donated by Adam MacKintosh
Enjoy.
jh

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Freaks to the Front: Amyl and the Sniffers
Do You Like To Eat A Cow: Paul Leary
Eat Steak: Reverend Horton Heat

I’m Goin’ Mad: Scorpions
I’m Here To Kill You: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats

Stumbling Through The Jungle: Toshi Kasai with Clem Burke
Lazy Stoned Monk: Kikagaku Moyo
Go Slow: Fela Kuti

Interview with Shake Well

Like Water: Shake Well
Too High: Shake Well

Interview with Shake Well

Hawaii: Shake Well
Glorieta to the Holy Place: Kate Vargas
Hey Bulldog: Eric McFadden

Your Time Is Gonna Come: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Human Fly: The Cramps
Reach for the Sunn: Meatbodies

Snake Oil Charmer: Mudhoney
Alien Boy: Wipers
Abstract “I”: Sun Ra

Open Your Mouth: Negativland
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Check out the video for “Too High” from Shake Well below.