Friday, May 26, 2006

Soul Patrol

Apparently, my new show time made me forget to update my blog after the show yesterday...I don’t know how that makes sense, but it’s the only thing I can figure...anyway, here’s the playlist. I like my new show time. It’s my friend.

I really, really like
Gnarls Barkley
, too.

Check out the entire WRVU summer schedule at

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Alphabet has a new, improved time slot!

The WRVU summer schedule is out, and my new show time is Thursday mornings from 6-8 a.m. I imagine the entire schedule will be out at sometime in the near-ish future.

Monday, May 15, 2006

Playlist for Monday, May 15, 2006

Still no word on the summer schedule, but visit to keep an eye out for it. I’ll also post my new time here when I get it.

Here’s today’s playlist.

Today for the first time ever I used the laptop to play music. It took three songs before I could figure out how to do it correctly, but now I’m pretty excited about the possibilities. Excited, and’s like there are no limits—now I have access to any song I want to play. Nearly. Wow! Yikes!

I suspect someone has absconded with the new Danielson CD. I looked and looked but couldn't find it. Of course it could be lying in a stack somewhere. Things are not completely organized around here...

Monday, May 08, 2006

How Can There Be Eight Days in a Week?!

Today I was a slacker and only came in for an hour. The summer schedule’s not out yet, but hopefully will be sometime this week. You can visit to find your favorite shows (if they’re still on, that is!).

Here’s today’s playlist.

The Six O’Clock Special featured my very first favorite song (that I can recall), the Beatles' “Eight Days a Week.” I was 8 or 9 or so when I looooved it. Luckily for you, I didn’t play the song I kept singing after my mom sent me to Pentecostal daycare: “I’m Going to Put the Devil in a Little Black Box.”

After that we heard my current favorite song—from the Flaming Lips’ new At War With the Mystics, “Pompeii am Gotterdammerung.”

I told Mary and Freddie of Liberadio goodbye for what might be the (sniff) last time for a while, since I am trying to get a slightly later (i.e., 6-8 a.m. vs. 5-7 a.m.) time slot for the summer.

I’ll post my new show time here when I know it. Thanks for listening.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Spring Has Sprung

Today was the last official show of the spring semester. The new schedule comes out next week; visit next week to find out where everyone has gone...

Here’s today’s playlist.

The Six O’Clock Special featured a three-song set from 70s L.A. multicultural funkmeisters War. We heard “Me and Baby Brother,” “The World Is a Ghetto” (remixed and performed by La Pozze Latino w/War), and “The Cisco Kid.” The last song on the show today was War's well-known "Why Can't We Be Friends?"

I’ll post my new show time here when I know it. I’m pretty sure it’ll be from 6-8 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday.