Utterly Random

Written by on November 26, 2016

Utterly Random So this is FINALLY my posting for the show I broadcast this past Tuesday morning on the 22 of November. It’s hard to believe that we are basically at the end of yet another calendar year. Well it’s not hard to believe, hell it happens whether we “believe” it or not. A sudden realization dawns upon me; well maybe not sudden, but whilst I allowed myself to meditate upon this literal reality that it is NOT hard to believe that another year is coming to an end .. .. again, it occurs to me that the word “BELIEVE” (especially within the context of ‘things that are hard to’) has largely become quite euphemistic. George Carlin would be getting dry heaves just thinking about it. People will mention, on quite a regular basis what they can or cannot believe. Utterly Random Better yet is when someone will ask you, “can you believe it?”. I don’t know, are we talking about alien life forms initiating communication with the global community? Heck, even that, as it were happening would be believable. Point is people are quit to note how UNBELIEVABLE something is, when usually whatever they are talking about IS in actuality quite believable. Utterly Random

My random playlist starts off with a DJ cheat/break track.  Utterly Random The classic Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts i-v) which as I mention during the show, is also a great jukebox value track. I play a Radiohead deep cut and throw a shout out to Emma Holler over on Shiva’s Erotic Banquet, as she is a HUGE R’head fan and got to interview Philip Selway last year, or was that a year before  … hmmm not sure. I close with a tribute to another passing musician Eddie Harsch keyboardist from the Black Crowes.  Utterly Random

Have a happy holiday season.

Utterly Random

This link is NSFW in language.






  • Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts i-v)
    Pink Floyd
    Wish You Were Here
  • To All The Girls
    Beastie Boys
    Paul's Boutique
  • November Has Come
    Demon Days
  • Punchdrunk Lovesick Singalong
    The Bends (deluxe re-issue)
  • Descending
    The Black Crowes

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