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Christmas Garbage

Dec. 25, 2009
Solo
Heres all the junk thats fit to celebrate, including much attempted holiday music from The Jethros, music boxes from around the world, Christmas fiction with Doris Day, more fiction from World War Two, and even more fiction from The Bible. Also, Barbie & Ken in space, John Waters on his favorite bad Christmas music, Tarzans Christmas, and more.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Dec. 18, 2009
Solo
This one focuses down on two artists, Captain Beefheart and Laurie Anderson. The Captain begins it with many lesser known performances and poetry with comments from former Magic Band members, and Laurie ends it with a lot of her works and an appearance at /”Speaking Of Music/” in San Francisco in 1984 where she demonstrates some of her technology. In between is comb music from the Weathermans house.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Dec. 11, 2009
Solo
The all art subjects continue, including Marcel Duchamp on the creative act, Herbert Read on the surrealist object, John Cheevers /”The Enormous Radio/” and other writings, poetry from Michael McClure and Terry Riley, Frank Stella, among others, on how he works, and lots more music and noise directed at art.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Nov. 27, 2009
Solo
On we go with five hours of art and artists making audio. Ranging from The Hermits Cave to Nichols and May, we also present what must be a rare interview with Jackson Pollack, as well as his wife, Lee Krasner, radio art technique, Ken Nordine describes colors, landscape and still life painting demonstrated, Giorno with jazz, and lots of music and/or noise made by artists who refuse to cater their expression to the rules of popular music.
5 Hours.

All Art Radio

Nov. 20, 2009 Solo
This one features more radio art, specifically, but wildly ranges through various artists statements about their working process. Surrealism and Dada are represented by the French masters who did it and an interview with Marcel Duchamp. More callers try out the phone receptacle, Introduction To Art, painting continues to be demonstrated, Music, text, sound pieces, and Crosley Bendix re-introduces Squant.
3 Hours.

All Art Radio

Nov. 13, 2009
Solo
Back again with more noise, sounds, music, and discussion about visual art and radio art, including a rare interview and sound demonstration with electronic music pioneer, Tod Dockstader. Also, all of the rightly disregarded /”Shakespeares Lost Comedie/” by The Firesign Theatre, The Art Guys, Gregory Whitehead on radiophonic techniques, artists pieces from various other radio art broadcasts, and discussions/commentary about all of this.

3 Hours.

God And Halloween

Oct. 30, 2009
A five hour trek through Religion, Satanism, and these unbelievable beliefs in relationship to each other and Halloween. Vincent Price recounts the methods and techniques of witchcraft, Ian Richardson reads from the Malleus Maleficarum, a document from the Inquisitions persecution of witchcraft, good and evil is debated, and the questionable concept of supernatural existence is underneath it all.
5 hours.

All Art Radio

Oct. 23, 2009
Solo
Back again, /”All Art Radio/” focuses its sounds on visual art. But more importantly, it is this show in which real technician, Jake, is in the studio to try to fix the live buzz in my Effectron on the air, soldering and all. Otherwise, and that might be art too, its all art all the time, including various 50s sci fi radio fictions concerning painting and the arts, how to paint audio, modern visual artists performing music and noise, and John Cage Meets The Masses.
3 Hours.

What So Proudly We Fail Part Seven

Oct. 16, 2009
Solo


“Whatever needs to happen, let it happen” Beginning with some technical difficulties appropriately enough, we move through The Waterboys, media bloopers from the past, poet Steven Jesse Bernstein dropping in throughout, More Noise Please, receptacle emphasis, Megaphone Man, Albert Brooks. Frank Zappa on the decline of the music biz since the 60s, The usual Weatherman, and a little more talk about the atom.


3 Hours


What So Proudly We Fail Part Six

Oct. 9, 2009
Solo
Lets talk about the Atom. Dated and still relevant, the whole idea of dirty bombs and the now inevitable terrorist adaptation to nuclear weapons is mixed with music and noise. Nuclear /”security/” is what we put our faith in, and heres why not to. Also, Christianity Is Stupid, Christos art kills viewer, and the collapse of civilizations.
3 Hours.