Wax! Crackle! Pop!

Wax! Crackle! Pop! Show #27: Radio gods, give us signal strength!

Monday, June 16


Special guests, award-winning filmmaker Phoebe Tooke and fellow RV’er DJ Jeffrey from POME POME TONES, join Jim G in a discussion and celebration of radio. Commercial free, free-form, college, community, FM or internet, we attempt to dissect the culture of radio and share the importance of it through great music, weird bits of yesteryear, and of course, live banter.



Radio Radio by Elvis Costello & The Attractions from 7″ single (1978)
Capitol Radio by The Clash from The Cost of Living EP (1979)
How Many Stations by Robert Pollard from We All Got Out Of The Army (2010)
Left Of The Dial by The Replacements from Tim (1985)
My Radio by Pavement from Westing (By Musket And Sextant) (1993)
DJ by David Bowie from 7″ single (1979)

Top Of The Pops by The Kinks from Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One (1970)
Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio? by The Ramones from End Of The Century (1979)
Roadrunner by Jonathan Richman from 7″ single (1975)
FM by The Slits from Cut (1979)
Empire by Empire from Expensive Sound (1981)

The Hook and Sling part 1 by Eddie Bo from 45 single (1969)
Halleluwah by Can from Tago Mago (1971)

Flo & Eddie on KMET Radio Los Angeles (August 4, 1974)
Feel Older Now by The Phlorescent Leech & Eddie from The Phlorescent Leech & Eddie (1972)
Turn On Your Radio by Nilsson from Son Of Schmilsson (1972)
The Radio Song by Doug Dillard & Gene Clark from The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard & Clark (1968)

5.5.55 / La Krautoma by Amon Düül II from Made In Germany (1975)

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