8.08.2008

iVoryTowerz Radio: Our Dark Hour

Well, actually this is more like a dark 90 minutes. But if you are a long-time listener of the underground podcast, you'll get the idea. And for new folks, get ready for a ride down the rabbit hole. Are we afraid of dark political topics? Are you kidding? That would be like saying we are afraid of the truth. But all that straight up information (in the music and commentary) can be a bit of a downer, no? Not to worry. The doctors of rock 'n roll are in the house. But we prescribe a particular eclectic mix, so please take the exact dosages in the order prescribed. This week, besides minor key and uptempo rock (yes, both!) there's plenty of folk, Americana, soul, new wave, metal and even some dark comedy too, covering 45 years of modern music. Just remember, no skipping, but please remember to enjoy: Musical medicine soothes what hurts your psyche.


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Playlist


“My Dark Hour” by The Steve Miller Band
Cover Me: "The Beast in Me" by Johnny Cash
"We Can't Make it Here" by James McMurtry
“Red is the Color" by Steve Earle
"Can't Find the Way" by Mary Gauthier
"Casino Nation" by Jackson Browne
"A Piece of the Pie" by Randy Newman
“935 Lies” by Harry Shearer
“So in Love” by Curtis Mayfield
"Bring it On Home to Me“ by Sam Cooke
"Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley” by Robert Palmer
“Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight" by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band
"Mrs. Robinson" by The Lemonheads
"Mistress Mabel" by The Fratellis
Jeff’s New Wave: “Judy Says (Knock You in the Head)” by The Vibrators
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Ride the Lightning” by Metallica

(Mp3 Runs - 1:30:26; 83 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(Photo by Aaron Jacobs of Los Angeles via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)




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