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Hell's Kitchen Radio #488: God Save Radio Valencia
September 5, 2022 8:00pm


A Season in Hell
Hell's Kitchen Radio #488: God Save Radio Valencia
Take care of your back. Seriously, you really need to watch how you're treating it. And your head. And stay hydrated. You're getting older. This is the only life you have. You only die once. You need to keep this vessel of yours moving for a few more years. Take care of it.

I lost 30 pounds between April and September 2021. I really needed to. I had hit about 205 and knew that my body wasn't happy. My spirit was pretty solid, since I do my best to focus on things that bring me joy, but my body wasn't having it. I was packing away the calories. This isn't some commercial. I'm not going to talk about the program I used. You can comment here and I'll respond, but I'm just talking here about how important it is to maintain physical health, especially as the climate continues to worsen. We are going to need our bodies to be in the best shape as possible.

As for music, there's always music. And here's some really great music! I start out the show with some brand spankin' new King Gizzard. This 18+ minute track is a real barn-burner. Throughout the show I pepper in songs in celebration of Labor Day, which I also celebrate on May 1st, since that's the real Labor Day, as created here in the good ol' USofA!

There are a lot of "classics" during these two hours. Once you hear them you're going to be digging for more, and I can't blame you!

As of this writing, Queen Elizabeth II has died, and I could not care less! God Save the Queen my ass. Fuck Imperialism, and Fuck Colonialism. I don't believe in an afterlife, but if I did...

Enjoy and please share!


Hell's Kitchen Radio with John Hell
Mondays 8-10PM
Radio Valencia in SF

The Dripping Tap: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

T For Texas: Toshio Hirano
Bales of Cocaine: Reverend Horton Heat
The Ballad of El Goodo: Big Star
My Soul is Tired: Betty Davis

Career Opportunities: The Clash
This Is Love: Eric McFadden
Beautiful Feeling: PJ Harvey
I've Been Working: Van Morrison

There Is Power in a Union: Billy Bragg
Do You Take This Man?: Diamanda Galas with John Paul Jones
Now, Ah Lissen: Texas Preacher
What Do You Want From Life?: The Tubes

Fire: Robert Gordon with Link Wray
Jump: Mary Lou Lord
Dogs: Pink Floyd

Fight the Power: Brownout
The White Man's Got A God Complex: The Last Poets
I Had A Talk With My Woman: Tim Buckley
The Conversion Experience: Bill Orcutt

uzume: Boris

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