Program no. 9, in which your DJ makes some odd noises on microphone.
Program no. 8, in which your DJ once again fails to play Metal Machine Music.
Program no. 7, in which a King Crimson joke is abruptly aborted.
Program no. 6, in which your DJ lapses into dead-air revery due to the cinematic dyspepsia that is “Forbidden Zone.”
Program no. 5, in which a decision to not play “Xmas at Kmart” by Root Boy Slim leads to the telling of “harp jokes.”
Program no. 4, in which we share some listener feedback, and your DJ makes a pledge
Program no. 3, in which we discover the best music for camping, and also learn about the “white berries”
Program no. 2, in which two great tastes taste great together
Program no. 1, in which the term “alt-country” is used
About This Show
“Poking a stick into the machinery of one’s radio set will seldom make it work better.”
——Theodosius Grigorievich Dobzhansky, Heredity and the Nature of Man, 1964.
Hadley Flinger A.K.A. Fielding Backstayge, Wally Ballou, Harlow W. Barnswell, Lupis Bartlow, Dexter Beaufort, Chesley L. Beamish, Kent Lyle Birdley, Tex Blasedale, Buddy Blodgett, Clyde Bonderant, Cornell Brackish, Dr. Knowlton Bradshaw, Warner Bromley, Biff Burns, Carlyle Bushburn, Neil Clummer, Johnny Crescendo, Ralph Crusader, Bullets Culhane, Frederick “Doo Dah” Day, Andre Detour, Ronald Dibby, Mickey Dickens, Fred Falvy, Eddie Farbush, Lawrence Fechtenberger, Jimmie Feeler, Lloyd Fenton, Red Finster, Phil Fish, Dr. Enoch van Flemm, Frank Fonsicle, Basil Frommart, etc.