|track artist, song-label, format|
| 01 Peter
Walker, Meditation Blues-Tompkin's Square, CD
02 Peter Walker, Camel Ride-Tompkin's Square, CD
03 Peter Walker, City Pulse-Tompkin's Square, CD
04 Peter Walker, Missing You-Tompkin's Square, CD
05 Peter Walker, 102nd Pslam-Tompkin's Square, CD
06 Peter Walker, Mellowtime-Tompkin's Square, CD
07 John Fahey, Dance Of The Dead-Takoma, CD [technical difficulties]
08 John Fahey, What The Sun Said-Takoma, CD
09 The Lively Ones, Exodus-Del Fi, CD
10 Neil Young, Words-Reprise, LP
- break 10:00 am
11 Reno And Smiley, The Last Mile-King, LP
12 George Jones, White Lightening-Mercury, CD
13 Kevin Deal, If You Hurt The Ones You Love-Blind Nello, CD
14 Charles River Valley Boys, Norweigian Wood-Elektra, LP
15 The Apples In Stereo, Strawberryfire-YepRock, LP
16 George Harrison, While My Guitar Gently Weeps [Esher Demo]
- break 11:34 am
17 Richmond Fontaine, The Boy Friends-El Cortez, CD
18 Drag The River, Jeff Black Song-Suburban Home, CD
19 Tom Waits, Old Shoes And Picture Postcards-Manifesto Records, CD
- break 11:47 am
20 The Band, Whispering Pines [outtake]
21 Joe London, It Might Have Been-Liberty, 45 
- break 11:56 am
22 Neil Young, Pushed It Over The End [rare]
23 The Velvet Underground, I'm Waiting For My Man [rare]
Today was the day to learn the board. I didn't master it, but I got an appreication
for what all the DJ's here at 1190 go through each day to bring you a real
radio experience. I usually do things the hard way and thus was the case
in today's broadcast venture. Uncle Jeff was caught in a line of traffic
and gave me a call. He walked me through all the switches and knobs and
some how I got some music playing. It was great! The phone rang and a regular
requested some Surf. I had 3 CDs with me, so cued up a selection and sent
it out over the frequency. When I realized that song could of been heard
just about anywhere it just blew my mind. I never thought of the show like
that just sitting on the couch typing up the play list. As sketchy as it
was this was my play list and I was in control. A few more minutes went
by and Charles called. He talked me through using 2 CD decks to mix my tracks.
And somewhere in there I switched on the mic and said, "KVCU Boulder."
What a rush.
I must admit I was pretty happy to see Jeff walk into the studio. Anyway, that was a blast. Maybe you will hear me again sometime cueing up a few songs and spending a little more time in the driver's seat.
Next week 2 hours of Neil Young rarities with special guest Microphone Mike.
Check the Denver/Boulder concert scene.