The Listener Mix This week’s playlist is 100% inspired by YOU!! I went through your comments on the KPSU website looking for any song recommendations and simply compiled them here. There were so many good picks that I’ll have to do a part two. 🙂 If you love classic rock anthems, this one is for […]
This week was a bit more rock-centric, with artists including The Jam, The Bangles, and Blondie.
For all fans of the Pinball Wizards themselves: The Who! Once called the worlds loudest band, The Who had been making waves since their inception and worked to constantly redefine the boundaries of their music, and just how far they could take this whole “Rock N’ Roll” thing, changing music history forever. This is the […]
Consignment So this be the second hour of the episode of Box of Chocolates (Live Sundays 7-9 AM on KPSU.org) that originally went out over the digital air waves. As per usual I am returning to this VERY long running fictitious speech from the novel The Story of B by Daniel Quinn. Consignment Slavery became a huge, […]
How2 This episode of Box of Chocolates originally streamed live on the 4th of June, 2017. The playlist is comprised of what are; in my humble opinion, a selection of GREAT album openers. It is the first day of our collective “spring forward” in daylight savings time. This is leaving me tired and bewildered, also I […]
Bonnasquatchoutapolooza It appears my long winded ramble has been highjacked by a explanatory sidebar, that was probably not even necessary. That is considering I have no idea whether someone is reading this. Someone, out there … somewhere . … . over the rainbow– REIN IT IN DAMNIT! Good heavens! I can get so hostile with myself. Back to […]
Happy Friday the 13th! Happy? Spooky Friday the 13th? Lucky Friday the 13th? Sure – let’s go with that one – I hope you had a lucky Friday the 13th. No black cat run-ins, ladder altercations, etc, etc. This week’s Fighting Rose just serves as another list of reasons Classic Rock is the greatest music […]
Songs about who you are, who someone else is, who I am and a new track from Portland’s Satsuma. Photo: A shot from William Klein’s Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?