This week: some of my favorite Spector productions! Emphasis on the late 60’s and 70’s, with cavernous balladry and boom . . . boom-boom, chhhhhhhh all over the damn place. Part 2, planned for the distant future, will emphasize forgotten oddities from the haunted vaults of Castle Spector!
This week’s theme is postponed, and in its place is my own, brief tribute to Leonard Cohen, who died this week. Gacela of the Morning Market Federico García Lorca Through the arch of Elvira I want to see you pass, to know your name and begin weeping. What grey moon at nine drew the blood from […]
As my time at PSU has come to an end, so I’m also parting with KPSU. I’ll always hold a special place in my heart for you. I say goodbye with a selection of farewell songs.
A mix of rainy day summer songs. Perhaps a bit of an elusive theme, but I did my best.
Haunting folk gems, gloomy pop lullabies and slow burning soul. Lots of stuff in between, naturally. There were some weird ground issues with the KPSU turntables, so apologies in advance.
Ryan Wisnor joined me to spin some tracks and discuss our new history talk show, Beyond Footnotes, which premieres next Friday at 2pm. Songs today about plagues, states and history.
Songs about a little bit of everything. Showcasing a lot of new tracks (and a few old) while covering for Guitar Shop. Photo: A New York City slum circa 1890 from photographer Jacob A. Riis.