Now Podcasting :: Episode 28

podcast.jpgLike the podcast?   If so vote for it HERE.   This podcast is culled from my one year anniversary of hosting a show on L.A.’s Little Radio. Special guest The Switch came in and not only played a spirited acoustic set, but spun some fantastic sides. About ten of us were in the loft studio crowded around a keg of beer, an arsenal of instruments, and a lot of rare, out of print vinyl. Good times.

Welcome to Episode 28 of the podcast edition of The Aquarium Drunkard Show; airing live every Wednesday 2-4 p.m. PST at the Little Radio studios in downtown L.A. As requested, below is the tracklisting order for this week’s podcast.

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Johnny Hallyday – Hey Joe ++ Eddie Bream– Riot In Thunder Alley ++ Luna – La Poupee Qui Fait No ++ The Beach Boys – Surfs Up ++ The Switch – Tongue Tied ++ Interview with The Switch ++ The Switch – Jealosy In Three ++ Harry Nilsson – Gotta Get Up ++ Paul McCartney – Monkberry Moon Delight ++ The Chambers Brothers – Blues Get Off My SHoulder ++ Gladys Knight & The Pips – I Heard It Through The Grapevine ++ Funkadelic – Can You Get To That ++ Quasi – Birds ++ The Monkees – P.O. Box 9847 ++ The Ox-bow Incident – Reach Out ++ Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – Going To A Go Go ++ T. Rex – Mambo Sun ++ The Switch (Live in studio little radio loft #1) ++ Big Star – O My Soul ++ The Beatles – I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party ++ Guided By Voices – Salty Salute ++ The Switch (Live in studio little radio loft #2) ++ Tandemoro – Come On Come On ++ Professor Longhair – Tipitina ++ The Beach Boys – Funky Pretty ++ Ringo Starr – Accapella ++ Harry Nilsson – My Desk

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  1. Happy Anniversary! I’ll be celebrating my 8 year one in the fall – I got to thinking about how in the fall of ’09 I’ll have spent 10 years doing my show – and while that was a bit unsettling, I wouldn’t trade a moment of it. Viva la radio liberte!

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