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Hell's Kitchen Radio #414: Dancin' In The Streets
November 16, 2020 8:00pm


A Season in Hell
Hell's Kitchen Radio #414: Dancin' In The Streets
I never enjoy missing my show, and last week was going to two hours of some serious celebrating, but family first, last, and always. So there ya go. I saved it all up for this show...kinda. I mean, the polish has sort of worn off, since el douche bag (I won't even capitalize that) won't concede. What a little prince he is.

I admit, the slow burn is fun to watch, but not at the cost of our democracy, which this fool doesn't care a lick for. It's all about the ratings, and possibly because he knows that he's about to have a few indictments handed down within the next year. So long, Donnie. I would really love to see him taken out of the White House in handcuffs, but that's not going to happen, and it really shouldn't end that way for this guy. Not that he doesn't deserve it. It's just not good for the country. The world isn't exactly laughing at us right now as much as looking on with eyes wide and mouth agape.

So I do what I always do when the adulting gets too much, I listen to music. And just take a gander of what I have in store for your next two hours. I want to thank my dear friend, singer/songwriter and all around fabulous human, Adam McKinstosh for throwing a bunch of recommendations my way tonight. Some days I get so overwhelmed with my music library that it helps to have someone else's ears around to lend a hand. Thank you Adam.

New music from FUZZ, Neil Young, and local power trio KnightressM1. There's also a celebration for the 45th anniversary release of Patti Smith's "Horses", and much much more to satisfy even the pickiest listener, including a 16 minute funky/acid-drenched Grateful Dead "Dancin' in the Streets", that's sure to get you shakin' your groove thang until the orange cheeto vacates 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

In the meantime, enjoy.


Come On Get Happy: The Partridge Family
Crow Black Crow: Adam McKintosh

Simple Life: Louise Goffin
Working Poor: Fantastic Negrito
Making Plans for Nigel: Primus

End Returning: FUZZ
Evil New War God: Melvins

Lookin' for a Leader 2020: Neil Young
Birdland: Patti Smith
Working For A Dead Man: Eric McFadden

Bleeding Heart: Two Ton Boa
Grandma Song: People Like Us
Living Proof: Cat Power
Licking Stick Licking Stick: James Brown
I Wanna Be Your Dog: The Stooges

Friction (Alternative version): Television
Big Boss Man: Mercury Rev ft. Hope Sandoval
500 Mujeres: Guadalupe Plata
Black Mountain: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan

Fountains on Fire: Elysian Fields
Zero Point: KnightressM1

Dancing in the Street: Grateful Dead (May 2, 1970 Harpur College - Binghamton, NY, State University Of New York)
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

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