Thursday, April 11, 2013

Radio Free Amsterdam Radio Program Guide April 2013.

RADIO FREE AMSTERDAM

KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

APRIL 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE

Mondays
John Sinclair Radio Show

Tuesdays
The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree

Wednesdays
New Orleans Music Show with John Sinclair

Thursdays
Blues Edition or Crossroads—Where Jazz Meets Blues with Leslie Keros
and Blues from the Red Rooster Lounge

Fridays
Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair

Saturdays
Toke Time with John Sinclair

Sundays
Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound
and Vintage Radio Vaults

A double dose of blues every Thursday
with Leslie Keros & the Red Rooster
and the continuing adventures of Caleb Selah
every Sunday, followed by programs from our
Vintage Radio Vaults

KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE
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APRIL 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE

KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

Monday, April 1
CHILLIN' LIKE AN ICE CUBE
. JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 489

Episode 489 is beaming out again from the New Orleans Institute
for the Imagination at its secret location deep in the Upper 9th Ward
where I’m studying the Cass Archives with Jimmy Cass and playing a
program of recordings produced by Carlo Ditto for Orleans Records
between 1984 and 1999 and collected on a great CD called
The Orleans Records Story , with selections by the Pinstripe Brass Band,
Mighty Sam McClain, Dorothy Goodman, Guitar Slim Jr, C P Love,
Danny Barker, Blue Lu Barker, Willy DeVille, Roland Stone,
Coco Robicheaux, Little Freddie King, Rockie Charles,
and Ironing Board Sam.

Tuesday April 2
SIT AT THE WELCOME TABLE
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 68

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues & gospel music by
Hollis Watkins, the Black Eagles, Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters,
Johnny Lewis, Taj Mahal, the Staple Singers, Janis Joplin,
Big Brother & The Holding Company, Precious Bryant,
Leadbelly, and the Pilgrim Travelers.

Tuesday, April 2
YOU GOT ME DIZZY
HIGHWAY 61 WITH SCOTT BARRETTA 29

Highway 61 with Scott Barretta investigates the work of
Mississippi blues artists recording in Chicago for VeeJay Records
between 1953-59 including sides by Jimmy Reed, Eddie Taylor,
Big Joe Williams, John Lee Hooker, J.B. Lenoir, Snooky Pryor,
Floyd Jones, Billy Boy Arnold, and Elmore James.

Wednesday, April 3
TAKE OFF THAT DRESS
NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 14

Great music from New Orleans at the 420 Café in Amsterdam
on this Wednesday afternoon in May 2008 with John Sinclair
spinning sides by Eluard Burt & Co, Eddie Bo, Chuck Carbo,
Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, the Barons,
Danny Barker, Tommy Ridgley, Big Chief Peppy & Troy Andrews,
Chief Smiley Ricks, the Flaming Arrows, Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns,
Dr. John, Champion Jack Dupree, Craig Klein, Earl King,
and Alvin “Red” Tyler.

Thursday, April 4
THE MAN YOU NEED
BLUES EDITION WITH LESLIE KEROS 28

Leslie Keros honors the memory of the recently departed Magic Slim
with an hour of music by the great Mississippi guitarist and his band,
The Teardrops, including a series of cuts from the multi-disc collection
recorded “live” at the Zoo Bar in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Thursday, April 4
KEY TO THE HIGHWAY
BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 37

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge
with great blues sides by John Hammond, Otis Rush, Jimmy Dawkins,
the Rockin’ Johnny Band, Craig Chaquico, John Nemeth, Fleetwood Mac,
Elvin Bishop, Buddy Guy & Eric Clapton, Ann Rabson & Bob Margolin,
Rev. Raven & The Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys, and Candi Staton.

Friday, April 5
BLOWIN' THE BLUES AWAY
ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 30

The second installment of our month-long investigation into the
compositions and performances of pianist Horace Silver and his stellar
Quintet, recording for Blue Note Records between 1959 and 1962 when
they were one of the leading jazz attractions in America, featuring
saxophonist Junior Cook, trumpeter Blue Mitchell, bassist Gene Taylor
and drummer Louis Hayes, replaced by fellow Detroiter Roy Brooks
when Hayes joined the Cannonball Adderley Quintet in 1959.
John Harris Jr. replaces brooks on the final selection, from 1962.

Saturday, April 6
THE COSIMO MATASSA STORY
TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 31

Tokes for the entire month of April will be recordings that came out of
Cosimo Matassa’s J&M Music studio at Rampart & Dumaine in New
Orleans during the period 1949-1956 that have been gathered into a 4-
disc
box set called The Cosimo Matassa Story, including this week’s selections
from Disc One by Roy "Baldhead" Byrd (better known as
Professor Longhair), Little Mr. Midnight, H.A.W.K., Lloyd Price,
Fats Domino, Tommy Ridgley & the Dave Bartholomew Orchestra,
Smiley Lewis, James Wayne, the Royal Kings, Guitar Slim, Shirley & Lee,
Clarence Garlow, T-Bone Walker, and the Sha-Weez.

Sunday, April 7
THE FUCK YOU SOUND IS DISGUSTING AND DESPERATE
CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 38

The Fuck You Sound is indeed disgusting and desperate.
This lovely set was carved from a few splinters of fragile ego and
some left over avarice that was discovered at a Karl Lagerfeld
fashion shoot. It features the dulcet tones of Dr Rakkit
and the heady influence of Leslie Horseman.
First Broadcast on Housedem.com on 08/03/2013.
Please use illegal drugs responsibly whilst listening to this product.

Sunday, April 7
ALABAMA JUBILEE [PART 1]
VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 27 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Out of the Vintage Radio Vaults at Radio Free Amsterdam comes this
first hour of a two-part radio program called Alabama Jubileeproduced by
John Sinclair & Keith Keller for WVAS-FM at Alabama State University in
Montgomery, Alabama, in October 1994, with music recorded “live”
at the 1994 Jubilee CityFest

Monday, April 8
CREOLE PIG
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 490

Episode 490 will be coming from the Creole Pig Festival
in Grand Rapids, Michigan where I’ll be appearing on stage
this weekend following a day at the University of Michigan—Dearborn.

Tuesday, April 9
UNCLOUDY DAY
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 69

Bruce Pingree is paying tribute to the recently departed blues giant
Magic Slim, Cleotha Staples of the Staple Singers,
and pianist Ann Rabson.

Wednesday, April 10
THE MAIN EVENT
NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 15

This week’s edition of the New Orleans Music Show with John Sinclair
from the 420 Café in Amsterdam features music from
Eluard Burt & Company, James Andrews, the Naked Orchestra,
Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen,
Walter "Wolfman" Washington & the Roadmasters, and
the marathon performance called “The Main Event” from the
Re-Birth Brass Band in performance at the Maple Leaf Bar
in uptown New Orleans, produced by the great Jerry Brock.

Thursday, April 11
IT’S TIGHT LIKE THAT
CROSSROADS—WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES 31

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn,
A B C & D of Boogie Woogie, Ken Hatfield Sextet, Erwin Helfer,
Count Basie, Jeb Patton, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Blue Mitchell,
Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Chet Baker, Clara Smith,
and Clifford Brown.

Thursday, April 11
SHOW ME GOOD
BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 38

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge
with great blues sides by Li’l Buck Sinegal, Little Willie Littlefield,
Charles Brown, Hokum Boys & Jane Lucas, Dr. John, Guitar Shorty,
Robert Nighthawk, Betty James, Betty Everett, Rosetta Howard,
Buddy Guy, James Cotton/Paul Butterfield/Billy Boy Arnold/Elvin Bishop,
Joe Louis Walker, and Ana Popovic.

Friday. April 12
SILVER'S SERENADE
ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 31

Another thrilling hour with the Horace Silver Quintet
and a stellar array of sidemen including Blue Mitchell, Carmell Jones,
Woody Shaw and Charles Tolliver (trumpet), Junior Cook, Joe Henderson,
Tyrone Washington, and Stanley Turrentine (tenor saxophone),
Gene Taylor, Teddy Smith, Bob Cranshaw, and Larry Ridley (bass),
and John Harris Jr., Roy Brooks, Roger Humphries, and Mickey Roker
(drums), recorded for Blue Note Records between 1962 and 1968.

Saturday, April 13
CAT MUSIC
TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 32

Our second round of super tokes that came out of Cosimo Matassa’s
J&M Music studio at Rampart & Dumaine in New Orleans
during the period 1949-1956, gathered into a 4-disc box set called
The Cosimo Matassa Story, including this week’s selections from
Disc Two: Cat Music by Fats Domino & Dave Bartholomew,
Professor Longhair, Slim Saunders, Guitar Slim, The Spiders,
Smiley Lewis, Boo Breeding, Pee Wee Crayton,
Sugar Boy & His Cane Cutters, Bobby Mitchell & the Toppers,
H.A.W.K., The Pelicans, The Kidds, The Kings, The Bees,
Willie Johnson, and Dave Collins & the Scrubs.

Sunday, April 14
FUCK YOU SOUND DREAMS OF GUILT AND TIME
CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 39

This went out last night on Housedem radio, courtesy of
The Fuck You Sound. I made this mix for the radio
and now I share it with you lucky people. I had to trash a load
of old tracks to make room, much weeping ensued.
There's five new tracks I've sat on for a while, re-workings
of previously published stuff, new bits of found speech.
Another stone classic Lesbian Horse mix tape
to confuse your friends with...

Sunday, April 14
ALABAMA JUBILEE [PART 2]
VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 28 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Out of the Vintage Radio Vaults at Radio Free Amsterdam
comes the second hour of Alabama Jubilee, a program
produced by John Sinclair & Keith Keller for WVAS-FM
in Montgomery, Alabama using music recorded “live”
at the Jubilee CityFest in Montgomery in the summer of 1994
by the Regal Band, Barbara Harvest & Tapestry,
Alabama Jazz Federation Jam Group, Smokey Logg & the Flamethrowers,
Eric Essex, Sunpie & the Louisiana Sunspots, Mose Allison,
and Tiffany Graves & New Age II, and hosted by
Candy Cappell & Mel Marshall of WVAS.

Monday, April 15
WHO KNOWS
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 491

I’ll be back in New Orleans for this episode (god willing)
after a quick trip to Michigan and no doubt playing music
from the Crescent City from the plethora of releases
that’ll hit the street for JazzFest 2013.

Tuesday, April 16
SCREAMN’ AND HOLLERIN’ THE BLUES
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 70

Bruce Pingree is featuring music by John Fahey and
Alvin “Youngblood” Hart in honor of their respective birthdays.

Wednesday, April 17
STONED, DRUNK & NAKED
NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 16

John Sinclair is spinning sides from the Crescent City at the 420 Café
in Amsterdam, with selections from Eluard Burt & Co.,
Huey “Piano” Smith & The Clowns, Eddie Bo,
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers,
Walter "Wolfman" Washington & the Roadmasters,
Charmaine Neville, Anders Osborne, Lloyd Price, Little Mr Midnight,
Little Richard, Mem Shannon & the Membership, the Naked Orchestra,
James Andrews, and Coco Robicheaux.

Thursday, April 18
NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME
BLUES EDITION WITH LESLIE KEROS 29

Leslie Keros is blowing in from Chicago with great blues music from
Dave Specter & the Bluebirds, Ray Charles, Jimmy Reed,
Muddy Waters, Albert King, Leadbelly, Otis Spann, Sonny Boy Williamson,
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Koko Taylor, Howlin' Wolf,
Barrelhouse Chuck, Marcia Ball, Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass,
and Muddy Waters.

Thursday, April 18
FIRST CLASS RIFF RAFF
BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 39

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with
great blues sides by Fathead, John Nemeth, Dennis Gruenling,
Tail Dragger & Bob Corritore, Janiva Magness, Nina Simone,
Mississippi Heat, Rockin’ Johnny Band, Jimmy Dawkins,
Gregg A. Smith, Morris Pejoe, and Roomful Of Blues.

Friday, April 19
THE SOUL AND ITS EXPRESSION
ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 32

Horace Silver Quintet featuring Horace composing and on piano
with a galaxy of modern jazz stars including Charles Tolliver,
Woody Shaw, Randy Brecker, and Tom Harrell (trumpets),
Stanley Turrentine, Tyrone Washington, Bennie Maupin, Bob Berg,
Buddy Collette, Fred Jackson, Jerome Richardson, Lanny Morgan,
Jack Nimitz, Bill Green, and Larry Schneider (reeds),

Bob Cranshaw, Larry Ridley, John Williams, and Ron Carter (bass),
Roger Humphries, Mickey Roker, Billy Cobham, and Al Foster (drums),
David Friedman (vibraphone) ,Frank Rosolino (trombone), and
Andy Bey and Gregory Hines (vocals),
recorded for Blue Note Records between 1972 and 1978.

Saturday, April 20
EVERYBODY'S WHALIN'
TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 33

Our third consecutive round of super tokes from Cosimo Matassa’s
J&M Music studio at Rampart & Dumaine in New Orleans, recorded
during the period 1949-1956 and gathered into a 4-disc box set
called The Cosimo Matassa Story, including this week’s selections
from Disc Three: Rockin' at Cosimo's, with selections by Shirley & Lee,
Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns, Roy Montrell, Earl King, Smiley Lewis,
Fats Domino, Clarence "Frogman" Henry, Big Boy Myles & the Sha-Weez,
the Dukes, Lloyd Price, Little Richard, Art Neville,
Jimmy Beasley, and Lee Allen.

Sunday April 21
HELLO, WE LOVE YOU SAY THE FUCK YOU SOUND
CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 40

Another episode of totally demented music programming
By Caleb Selah and his twisted crew headed by Beefy Mason
at housedem.com In London.

Sunday. April 21
JAM UP
VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 41 WITH DAVID KUNIAN & JOHN SINCLAIR

Out of the Vintage Radio Vaults at Radio Free Amsterdam comes this
special conglomeration of tunes from the
Kitchen Sink Show with David Kunian on February 15, 2005;
the New Orleans Music Show with John Sinclair on January 24, 1996;
and Blues & Roots with John Sinclair on January 16, 2000
on WWOZ-FM in New Orleans, with music from Tommy Ridgley,
Deacon John, Slim Harpo, Little Richard, Snooks Eaglin, Lee Dorsey,
Chris Kenner, Lee Allen, B.B. King, the Jay McShann Orchestra,
Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, Dinah Washington, Professor Longhair,
Buddy & Ella Johnson, Johnny Adams, Timothea with James Andrews,
and Tommy Ridgley in again at the end.

Monday, April 22
FRENCH QUARTER FESTIVAL
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 492

I’ll be spinning from an as yet undetermined location in New Orleans
and playing records by artists who were featured at the
French Quarter Festival the previous weekend.

Tuesday, April 23
HEY FAT MAN
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 71

Bruce Pingree with new blues from Alvin Youngblood Hart,
Gary Clark Jr, John Nemeth, Mike Wheeler, Jesse D., and
Willie Buck with the Rockin’ Johnny Band, plus a long
85th birthday salute to the great Fats Domino
featuring some of his earliest recordings from 1949-52.

Wednesday, April 24
I HEAR YOU KNOCKING
NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 17

John Sinclair is back at the 420 Café in Amsterdam on a Wednesday
afternoon in 2008 playing music from New Orleans by Eluard Burt & Co.,
Theryl deClouet with Galactic, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown,
James Andrews, Walter "Wolfman" Washington & the Roadmasters,
Jelly Roll Morton & His New Orleans Jazzmen, Henry Butler, Ellis Marsalis,
New Orleans Jazz Vipers, Smiley Lewis, the Wild Magnolias,
the New Birth Brass Band, the Meters, J. Monque’D,
and Shirley & Lee.

Thursday, April 25
FINDERS KEEPERS
CROSSROADS: WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES WITH LESLIE KEROS 32

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Clifford Brown,
Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster, Willis “Gator” Jackson, Dana Hall,
Zoot Sims, Dexter Gordon, Willie Pooch & Tony Monaco,
the Nate Najar Trio, and Grant Green.

Thursday, April 25
TEXAS FLOOD
BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 40

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge
with great blues sides by Doug Sahm, Freddie King,
Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets, Jimmie Vaughan,
Johnny Copeland, Gatemouth Brown, Juke Boy Bonner,
Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green & Nigel Watson,
the Grateful Dead, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Friday, April 26
SPEAK NOW
ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 33

Hammond B-3 organ classics out of the 1960s from the collections
of Soul Lucille and Wesley Race (courtesy of Dave Ranney) with cuts by
Brother Jack McDuff & Sonny Stitt, John Patton,
Richard "Groove" Holmes, Willis Jackson, Lonnie Smith,
and Lou Donaldson.

Saturday, April 27
TRY ROCK 'N' ROLL
TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 34

Our fourth and final round of super tokes from Cosimo Matassa’s
J&M Music studio at Rampart & Dumaine in New Orleans, recorded
during the period 1949-1956 and gathered into a 4-disc box set
called The Cosimo Matassa Story, including this week’s selections
from Disc Four: Try Rock’N’Roll by Smiley Lewis, Shirley & Lee,
Bobby Charles, Eddie Bo, Ernest Kador (Ernie K-Doe),
Li'l Millett & His Creoles, Charles "Hungry" Williams, Wee Willie Wayne,
Big Boy Myles & the Sha-Weez, Fats Domino, Little Richard,
Bobby Mitchell, Little Leo, The Barons, Wee Willie Wayne,
and The Hawketts.

Sunday April 28
FURIOUS CALM IN THE FACE OF GREAT FACE
CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 41

Lesbian Horse aka Leslie Horseman has issues... This much is clear.
Listen and hum along as she works those issues via
the medium of her pretty little hooves.
First broadcast on 15/02/2013 on the Mighty Housedem.com

Sunday. April 28
YOUR WIG IS GONE
VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 37 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Out of the Vintage Radio Vaults at Radio Free Amsterdam comes this
special episode of Blues & Roots with John Sinclair from WWOZ-FM
in New Orleans on January 16, 2000 with music by B.B. King,
T-Bone Walker, Amos Milburn, Little Esther & the Johnny Otis Orchestra,
Willie Mabon, Ruth Brown, Clyde McPhatter & the Drifters,
Big Joe Turner, Ray Charles, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Elmore James,
Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmy Reed, and Little Walter.

Monday, April 29
JAZZ FEST IN NEW ORLEANS
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 493

We’ll have a wealth of possible locations to choose from for this episode
Coming in the middle of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and an
incredible selection of new music from the Crescent City to choose from.

Tuesday, April 30
DEEP INTO IT
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 72

Bruce Pingree is celebrating the birthday of pianist Dave Maxwell
(and his pal Ronnie Earl) with a great program of piano music that a
Includes Maxwell collaborators Ronnie Earl, James Cotton,
Louisiana Red, and Pinetop Perkins.

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