July 2013 Freewheelin' Archives

Hey Baby, it’s the 4th of July. Tea from L’Assassins stoped by the show in the first hour with a copy of their new, out of sequence yet very cool CD. In the second hour, Cadillac Kolstad and Johann Swenson came in shoving a piano down the hallway and hauling a drum kit under their arms. We invited them in for some music and fun. Lots of other recorded tunes plus, as always around the 4th of July, a couple versions of Dave Alvin’s “Fourth of July”; always by Dave and his bands…..accept no substitute. Click “episode details” to see the full playlist for the show. And, once there and if you’re really bored, you’ll be able to read along while the music is playing. Thanks to Angie for coming in and sharing the show with me. Have a great 4th and I’ll see you next week.

Gettin’ ready for our show with the Deadstring Brothers at Lee’s, Matt Arthur and The Bratlanders stopped by the studio.; plus music by Randy Weeks, The Smoking Flowers, Duke Robillard, Willie Nelson, Cat Mother & The All Night Newsboys, Memphis Slim and our ever-popular weekly segment “We Hope You’re Ready for Flo & Eddie”. Click “episode details” for the complete list of songs we played.

Alice Cooper interviewed by Flo & Eddie; plus Ry Cooder, Jr. Brown, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Dr. John, Chuck Prophet, CJ Chenier, Trapper Schoepp & The Shades and lots more. Click “Episode Details” to see the full playlist. You may also link into the archive from there.

Long John Baldry, Emily Bell, Duane Allman & Clarence Carter, Tony Joe White, Ross Kleiner & The Thrill, Nick Curran, Reckless Ones, Kim Lenz, Jerry Lee Lewis, Southern Culture on the Skids, World Party, Harry Nilsson, and more. Thanks to Dylan of The Reckless Ones for stopping in and Travis and Kenneth Brian from the Kenneth Brian Band for calling in. And, of course, thanks to Angie Pykonen for coming on the show and being her wonderful self. Click “episode details” for the complete playlist of songs. You may also listen to the archive of the show from there.

Eilen Jewell called in from someplace in Kansas; Molly Maher stopped in to join us; and, we dedicated the show to J.J. Cale who passed away this week. We played as much of his music as we were legally able to, plus played about a dozen cover versions of his songs. I indicated on the playlist which songs were covers of J.J.‘s music. And, we ran out of time before we could get to all we planned on airing. Thanks to Angie Pykonen for helping me with the show. If you’d like to see the entire playlist and listen to the archive, click “Episode Details”. You’ll bounce over to the playlist page. Thanks for listening.