Thinking of tuning in to today's radio show -- but not sure if you can afford it? Don't worry, prices have been slashed dramatically -- why, we're practically giving it away! The show starts in just 30 minutes, at noon ET. Stop in and save BIG: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/57322
Anyone who knows me well knows that I've never been ashamed of having three legs. Still, the expense of getting special pants made and the hassle of having to rustle up a third shoe have finally gotten to be too much for me. So, today at 3:00 PM I will be going into surgery to have one leg removed. From now on, I will no longer have two left feet.
CDs really are the new LPs in the sense that they're now often the cheapest way to go -- just like LPs used to be back when they were "replaced" by CDs. Just walked into a random thrift store and found a whole bunch of good CDs for $2 each -- Eric Dolphy, Last Exit, Defunkt, etc., etc. No one in Portland wants CDs, I guess.
Attention, all Spangled Blençins: Today's radio show starts in 30 minutes, at the sounding of the noon bell. There will be laughing, there will be crying ... and music, sweet music -- by the C.P. Lee Mystery Guild, Toshio Nakanishi, Achwghâ Ney Wodei, and the Joan Wildman Trio. You may enter via this wondrous pathway: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/57211
Have figured out what will be unspooling on tomorrow's "Tape Hiss": cassettes from C.P. Lee Mystery Guild, Toshio Nakanishi (of Plastics), Achwghâ Ney Wodei, and the Joan Wildman Trio. That's Tuesday, noon to 3:00 ET, right here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/57211
In the truth is stranger than fiction department, Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge, whose district includes Griffith Park, told Pop & Hiss over the weekend that the pine tree planted in 2004 near Griffith Observatory in memory of George Harrison will be replanted shortly because the original tree…