Thursday, May 25, 2006

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Hell or high water

We deliver!
While Jeff manned the Wormstead, Me and the Mrs took the high road to Maine for all the flood action. But before we left, I rushed through a new set of LIVE stuff from Ralphs'
Darkbuster, Boston punk legends,
Cobra-Matics, Providences' roots rock featuring The Colonel formerly of The Crowns.
The Narragansett was flowing like the Blackstone River.
And we saw some good flood action downeast.
Listen , and dry off...

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Music to mine telco databases by

From The Proletariat Classic Boston Punk from 1982


Your Right To Freedom Of Speech
Depends On What You Have To Say
Could Your Name Be On File?
Can The Blacklist Be Far Away?
Have You Given To The Wrong Organizations?
Are The Wrong People Your Friends?
Are The Wrong Books On Your Shelves?
Did You Wear The Color Red?
They Want You To Believe It Couldn't Happen Again
Just Part Of Our Dark Past
They Expect You To Believe/It Couldn't Happen Again
Have McCarthy Style Purges Really Passed?
So Don't Criticize The Power On The Hill
Ignore The Abuses, The Lies And The Overkill
The NSA Will Protect Us All From Ourselves

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Have a Pathetic Evening

WDOA pals The Pathetics play their first show since 2003 this Friday Night (May 12) at The Lucky Dog on Green St. in Worcester. They've got a pack-O-new songs including "Bagman" and "Office Ass".
See you there.

Monday, May 08, 2006

we've reassembled ourselves

Happy to report that the WDOA studio's have been reassembled and we have two shows newly recorded in the studios. Matt Griffin stops by for his latest "2 Hour Rant" (minus 10 minutes) as well as yours truly "Life In The Foodchain". Enjoy

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Live Radio

From Boston, home of revoloutionary rock, The Radio Knives @Ralph's Diner.
Opening the set was Pullchain, a new outfit from Bob MacKenzie, x of The Mighty Ions, Underachievers, and more.
The Classic Ruins played too, but I didn't record them.
Lyres headlined, got a couple from them.
Also a salute to Ed McGee of The Bugs. 60's rock from Marlboro,Ma.
Better late then never.
As usual, Jeff goes out to the garage, and inhales fumes.
Listen, enjoy, listen again.