Thursday, January 22, 2009

"Is Anybody ALIVE Out There?"

On Monday afternoon, The Boss took over the DJ seat at his own station, E-Street Radio, for a politically charged 90 minute set of music that included an eclectic mix of songs from the likes of Ry Cooder, Rank & File, Public Enemy, Jeff Tweedy and (not so) Little Steven Van Zandt. For those who missed it, here it is. It was the best 90 minutes of radio since Alison Steele played The Who's "Quadrophenia" in its entirety.



geno said...

Alison Steele-the Night Bird-how many nights (or early AM's) did I drift off into the dreamscape THAT sultry voice created.

Roscoe was right before her, Scott Muni did mid-days, and John Zacharly had the morning show that he opened with Mountain's "Long Red" for, like, ever.

I don't know when I moved from being a Good Guy on WMCA or Bruce Morrow and Murray the K (with WLIB mixed in for the soul cooking-"BYOB, Baby!) but 102 FM was my iPod until I moved to Oregon in '71.

Thanks for the flashback.


steve simels said...

And in a related story, Bruce was just NOT nominated for a Best Song Oscar for "The Wrestler," one of his best things in ages.

What the fark is up with that?

Ken D said...

Sal, what do you think of "Working On a Dream"?

Sal Nunziato said...

Review on Monday, Ken D.

Anonymous said...

Any chance you recorded Bruce's 2nd DJ show played this week?