10.11.2008

iVoryTowerz Radio: The Money Programme

So the world is headed to financial hell. So your 401K won't buy you lunch. So you're worried about your credit score, your loans, and every debt you owe. So you have bad dreams about the New Depression ahead, pinch yourself, and discover you're not dreaming. Yes, those dire announcements from the White House, Congress and Treasury Czar Henry Paulson have all of us shaking, and not in a nice way. Well, entertainment is then called for! In a big way. Come soak some of your money blues away with this special theme version of the underground podcast, guaranteed to give you at least one dark chuckle as we find the right tunes for our fiscally challenged times. The usual eclectic mix is here: more than 45 years of modern sounds with a hefty portion of new music, and a heavy blues overtone (including new blues from one of the masters). But we also have a wide variety of other genres, including punk rock, post-punk, heavy metal, alternative rock, indie rock, and, of course, some comedy too. Forget your troubles with us.


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Playlist

“The Money Programme” by Monty Python's Flying Circus
"Money" by Jerry Lee Lewis (request)
“Mr. Banker" by Lynyrd Skynyrd (request)
"Dollars and Cents" by Radiohead
"Gift of Screws" by Lindsey Buckingham
"America" by Bree Sharp
“The World is Gone Wrong” by B.B. King
“I've Got My Mojo Working” by Muddy Waters
“Mississippi Hoo Doo” by Omar and the Howlers
"No Cuttin' Loose” by James Cotton
"Bridge to Better Days" by Joe Bonamassa
"All I Got is Me" by Spoon
"Living in the Past" by Cheap Time
Jeff’s New Wave: “Pretty Vacant” by The Sex Pistols
Cover Me: "Diamonds and Rust" by Judas Priest
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Her Black Wings” by Danzig (request)

(Mp3 Runs - 1:28:47; 82 MB.)

(The photo is by Tracy O via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)




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