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Radio Show 113 Thursday June 4, 2015 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from doing my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org. I highlighted some of the music that happened this week and celebrated getting a copy of The Mountain Says No’s album JV.

Song before: Cinderella Search (live) – Marillion

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s 9pm and still twilight and the city is alive with music. Myra Flynn is playing in the ally at Red Square. There’s a band at the restaurant on the corner of Church and Main. Flowers are filling the air with staggering scents and filling our eyes with their beauty. I’m very excited that one of my favorite bands just got me a copy of their new album. I’ve loved this song for a while and am thrilled that I get to play it for you now. This is The Bomb by The Mountain Says No on WBKM, and this is Burlington’s Kind Of Music.

1.) The Bomb – The Mountain Says No
2.) The Original Original – Black Rabbit
3.) Little French Earthquakes – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
4.) Small Town Movie – The Cush

Great song from when the great band resided in Vt. I just cannot stop playing that new Phil song. That one has been released, but the two before are so new, they are not out yet. OK, let’s play the last song, or is it, on Swale’s album The Next Instead. I’ll get to that question later.

5.) The Next Instead – Swale
6.) Mary – Plan B
7.) TFAY (live) – Elephants of Scotland

I had fun with the 37 second overmix between TFAY and Mary. Great songs from the current rockers and Plan B who played Nectar’s all the time in the late ’80’s or early ’90’s. I love that Swale song!! This is another great song from the ’90’s.

8.) Poem For Torin/Ethan’s Stoned – Peg Tassey MUSIC
9.) Come And Decide – The Mountain Says No
10.) The Critic – Ninja Custodian
11.) Dragged Around The Universe – Queen Tangerine

Sometimes you feel like everything is going your way, and sometimes you feel dragged around the universe. That is dedicated to everyone who is going through a tough time right now. Things will get better. After listening to the Mountain song, I wanted to put it side by side with the Ninja and I think it really worked. Killer Peg song. This next band played almost every Friday in May at The Skinny Pancake. I caught the last one and was blown away!

12.) Lost On Me – Arc Iris
13.) Glory Bound – Maryse Smith
14.) Wisps And Watercolors – Sarah Blacker

Sarah played a killer show on the Friday at the Pancake that Iris did not. I love the build in that song. Killer song from Maryse Smith I saw this next performer at Radio Bean on Tuesday playing with a killer bass player named Tom Carvey. It was fun to see Aaron rip it up on the electric guitar.

15.) Scattered Birds – Aaron Flinn
16.) Who Can Say? – The Mountain Says No
17.) The Cure – Thompson Gunner
18.) Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones with Grace Potter

That is an MP3 rip from a Youtube video but it sounds pretty good. I hope they release an official quality version. Wow, Grace sang with the Stones. I had to play the Gunner song to set it up, with the lyric I like the Stones You like the Cure. Another great Mountain song. Happy Birthday Jared Artaud

19.) Never Satisfied – THE VACANT LOTS
20.) Long Term Sermon – The Mountain Says No
21.) Golden Goose – Cave Bees

The Bees have been around for a long time and they keep appearing now and then to rock us happily. Yet another killer Mountain song. I think the album is coming out June 27th at The Monkey House. Mark your calendar. This next artist will be never satisfied until all people have a great shot at making something in their lives.

22.) This Land Is Your Land – U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders
23.) Sequoia III – Binger
24.) The Mountain – The Mountain Says No
25.) Everyone Likes To (alternate mix) – Swale

When they released The Next Instead they had Everyone Likes To as the lead off song, then put the alternate mix at the end. Since I’m finishing the album, I had to close with the remix. I like the circular idea of ending with the opening. I’ve loved that Mountain song for a while and that is a killer version of it that they assembled in the cave of legends. Many years ago Woody said this land is your land, and recently Binger said we all started from the same root and the tree keeps growing and growing. It’s nice to know we haven’t lost a thing. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Song after: Lucky (the live version with the story about the badgers and the origin of rock and roll) – Fish

 

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Radio Show 111 Thursday May 21, 2015 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from doing my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org, and seeing Dino Bravo at Club Metronome, I played a bunch of really new music and a few very old songs.

Song before: When I Was New – Sarah Blacker

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds of Burlington. It’s a beautiful night in Burlington I went 20 days without seeing any live music, due to an odd series of unfortunate circumstances, but finally made it out to Radio Bean last Monday to see The Nancy Druids. They are very new so I don’t have any of their music, but if you listen to the first two songs, you can get an idea. This is Today Is Tomorrow by The Red Telephone on WBKM, and this is Burlington’s Kind Of Music.

1.)Today Is Tomorrow – The Red Telephone
2.) Still Life Scene – Envy
3.) Restaurant – The Mountain Says No
4.) Original Original – Black Rabbit

Great new song from Rabbit! They got the mighty Jane Boxall Percussion to play drums on their new album and recorded 11 songs. It will be called Red Flannel Hash and should come out on June 23rd. I’m so psyched, though I”m quite sad that Jane has left for Nashville. Come back any time!! We’ll miss you. Killer new song from Mountain. I can’t wait until they release their album! Did I mention that I loved the Nancy Druids and can’t wait to get to know their songs!. OK, let’s keep rocking through the Swale album The Next Instead.

5.) Jack Sharp – Swale
6.) Burn It Down Bernadette – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
7.) Fades To Grey – Aram Bedrosian
8.) Breakout – Sarah Blacker

Killer new song from Sarah’s album In Waves which came out Monday or Tuesday or so. She will be at the Skinny Pancake tomorrow at 7. I work until 7 but will head down as quick as I can to see how much I can see. There are some really nice songs on her new album and she sings the heck out of them! Killer new all bass only song from Aram. Love the Phil song. So, I think I want to head to the Pancake tomorrow to see Sarah then will head back to the Bean to see Rough Francis! How cool is that.

9.) MSP2 – ROUGH FRANCIS
10.) Sugar Coated Candy Stix – Dino Bravo VT
11.) Womb With A View – Heavy Plains
12.) Where Is My Mind? – The Pixies

The Pixies are in town tonight at The Flynn Theatre. I think almost everyone I know is going, but I’m here to do this show for you. Plains are on the top of my list of bands I have not seen that I really need to check out! The played Saturday with Vedora, but it was one of those bad timing missing shows things. Soon. Dino are playing at Metronome around 10:30 so I may head over after this show. OK, I’m going to play some classic old school Burlington music, but to take us there, this is the Vacant Lots.

13.) 6Am – THE VACANT LOTS
14.) Amazon – Kilimanjaro
15.) South Wind – Gordon Stone
16.) Hot Water – Pine Island

Since Pine Island are named in my intro it’s about time I played them. Nice song from Gordon. I remember seeing Kilimanjaro a long time ago and loving how smooth and elegant that they always were. I saw this guy recently when he opened for April Wine a couple of times at Higher Ground.

17.) Axe To Grind – Nobby Reed
18.) Another Round – The Eames Brothers
19.) Gothic Bloodsucker – Zola Turn
20.) Giant Mosquitoes – Cold Sweat

Sweat used to play Texas, which became Club Toast, KD Churchills, and others. I think it’s the Zen Lounge now and I think they do music again. It’s the beginning of mosquito season so I had to play the sweat song and the Zola song. Killer stuff by Nobby and Eames. Here’s another song from Sarah’s new album

21.) This Melody – Sarah Blacker
22.) Better Half – Abbie Morin
23.) The Cure (live) – Thompson Gunner
24.) Decide – David L. Jarvis

It was great to run into Dave at the Druids show. Thanks for the painting! Killer song from the Rutland band. Abbie will be at Nectar’s on Saturday. Hmmm, Sarah. This band just played a show that I missed on Saturday and will have a new album of songs, with Jane Boxall drumming, soon. Sob, we’ll miss you Jane!

25.) Low Down M2 – Vedora
26.) Deadly Wires – Ryan Ober
27.) Wisps and Watercolors – Sarah Blacker
28.) Extended Werewolf – farm

There’s only so much time indeed/ Yet another killer new Sarah song. Ryan is at Nectar’s on Saturday too. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Song after: 13th Star – Fish

 

Radio Show 104 Thursday April 2, 2015 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org. It felt like I had a good mix of songs.

Song before: Ricky The Rider – The Mountain Says No

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From our small city to the great big world, these are The Sounds of Burlington. I saw a ton of music in the last couple of weeks, including last Thursday when I went to The Monkey House to see Elephants of Scotland play a killer show. I’ll get to that soon, but first it’s been such a lovely day in Burlington. It was sunny and in the high 40’s and people were out and about and the trees are budding and there are the beginnings of flowers at my house. Winter might not be quite done with us, but the signs of spring cannot be denied. This is Garden Flower by Maryse Smith on WBKM, and this is Burlington’s Kind of Music.

1.) Garden Flower – Maryse Smith
2.) Ferry Ride – Steph Pappas
3.) Wally Rides The Ferry – Zoot Wilson
4.) Happy Birthday Harry – Hana Zara

That’s another great song from Hana’s new album The North. It was so cool to be at the CD release show at Radio Bean when the place was packed, and people were singing, and it felt like a mini theater and everyone loved and bought her music. I’ll be playing more from that album in the coming weeks. Classic songs from Zoot and Steph, both of whom are Burlington legends. I think Maryse is going to play live on my show in a couple of weeks, so we have that to look forward to. Yea!! Last Saturday I went to the Monkey House and saw Swale, Hallelujah The Hills, and Villanelles and it was great. Each band was tremendous and I’m going to play one from each in this next set. Here is the next song from The Next Instead.

5.) Beaten Down – Swale
6.) Hallelujah The Hills – Hallelujah The Hills
7.) Parking Lot – Villanelles

All three bands were just great. Last Thursday, instead of doing this show, I went to the Monkey House to see Elephants of Scotland and they played a killer long set, with two exciting new songs. Last Monday they played a shorter show, with the new songs, at Nectar’s for Metal Monday, so I had to go to that too. They played this next song at both shows.

8.) Mousetrap (live) Elephants Of Scotland
9.) Yena – Brave The Vertigo
10.) Msp2 – ROUGH FRANCIS

Great song! I can’t wait for the new album!! Vertigo played after Elephants at Metal Monday and were kind of cool, though it was a little hard to get into them after the killer Elephants show. These next two artists used to play around town in the early ’90’s and have recently gotten together for a new project.

11.) Outta Site ’15 – Nother Mother Brothers
12.) T-Bone Stop Sign – Kelly Ravin
13.) Play That Part – Lowell Thompson and Crown Pilot
14.) Shiny Side Up – Nother Mother Brothers

That’s a fun new song from David Jarvis Mark Crowther. I love the idea of being brothers even if not related. That said, it’s good to always remember to tell your family and loved ones how much you care about them. Here’s a very new artist that I don’t know much about. I think it’s a person named Gary Peters from South Burlington.

15.) Collapse Song II (The Painter) – Ghost Weapons
16.) Sparks – The Color Exchange
17.) Burn It Down, Bernadette – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
18.) The Day I Met You – Dirtminers
19.) Windows Down – Lendway

It’s only in the ’40’s, but after the long winter, with all the sun today. there were lots of posts about driving around with the windows down. People are out and about and walking around tonight. Lendway are playing with Waylon Speed sometime soon and are at Radio Bean tonight. Cool song from Raph Worrick‘s old band. The new Phil Yates album should be out very soon. Love that song. Exchange played Nectar’s a couple of weeks ago and I still have that song in my head. Here’s a song from a new band I have not seen yet but hope to soon.

20.) Womb With A View – Heavy Plains
21.) Nowhere Feels Like Home – Fire The Cannons
22.) Say It – Anachronist
23.) The Clown – Invisible Homes
24.) Before The Evening’s Thru – THE VACANT LOTS

The lots used to play around town a lot but now play all over the world. Lucky world. I love the “we might just all be clowns” lyric from Homes. Clowns if we’re lucky. Making people laugh and have a good time is something to aspire to. Love the Anachronist song. The FTC song was featured on the Caring Is Knowing benefit album. Burlington is great about doing albums and shows to raise money for worthy causes. I got to see a lot of cool people at the Swale show at the Monkey House last week. It was great to chat with Tyler Bolles, Maryse, Britt Shorter, and it was really nice to talk with Sean Toohey and Ann Mindell to find they are playing together with a bass player. I’m psyched to hear how that sounds. Here is some of the music of their past and present.

25.) 1,000 Lies – Sean Toohey
26.) Imaginary – Envy
27.) Gold In California – The Red Telephone

I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town, let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Song after: Shadowplay (live) – Fish

 

Radio Show 95 Thursday January 22, 2015 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org. It was mostly new songs and highlighted some of the music in Burlington in the last week.

Song before: Heroes – King Crimson

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the sounds of Burlington. It’s a cool winter evening in Burlington but there are lots of people out and about. Let’s begin with a new song from Alice Austin called Left One In The Rain on WBKM and this is Burlington’s Kind Of Music.

1.) Left One In The Rain – Alice Austin
2.) Is It Love? Aaron Flinn
3.) Old Souls Of Chatham County – Jeremy Gilchrist

Jeremy is at Nectar’s at 10 tonight and if I wasn’t on the air, I would be there! Aaron played a sweet version of that at his killer show at Juniper last Friday. Wow! Great new song from Alice!! OK, let’s go to the next song on Joe Adler‘s album Many Things & Many Scenes. He played a great show with Mammal Dap as most of the Rangers of Danger last Saturday at Radio Bean. This song had the audience dancing happily.

4.) Relax – Joe Adler
5.) Calypskango – Binger
6.) What’s In California? – Joshua Glass Music
7.) Eldorado – The Tragically Hip

The Hip played a killer show at The Flynn Theater on Tuesday. Thanks Mike Luoma for hooking me up with a ticket. I was a bit worried the show would be mellow, being in a theater and all, but the audience was on it’s feet from first note to last. Friday, after seeing Aaron, I went to Radio Bean and saw a few songs from Barbacoa and a couple of hours of music from Binger. I know they like the Joshua Glass song so I had to put it in that set. This next band are coming to the Flynn also. I hope the audience is just as rowdy as for the Hip.

8.) Politicians In My Eyes – Death World Wide
9.) Not A Nice Guy – ROUGH FRANCIS
10.) Sugar Coated Candy Stix – Dino Bravo VT

Woo hoo, I finally got some recorded Dino Bravo!! With Death and Rough Francis, that show is going to rock on February 13! The next two artists in the coming set are doing Kickstarters to release their new albums. If you like what you hear and want to kick in, I think both are going to be excellent albums!

11.) Really Doesn’t Matter – The New Siberians
12.) Santa Anna – Hana Zara
13.) Above The Frequency – Invisible Homes
14.) Waiting For You – Swale

Swale did well with their Kickstarter and made the album into a double with white vinyl. Wow, killer Homes song. I’ve got to check out that album more!! Great songs form Siberians and Hana from their last albums. OK, let’s jump back in time a bit and rock out.

15.) Not True – Peg Tassey MUSIC
16.) Guided By Whispers – Alice Austin
17.) Liar – Maryse Smith

I love that song from Maryse and can’t wait to hear her new stuff. Great new Alice song! This next band recorded this at The Old Northender Pub in Burlington.

18.) Stop – REDadmiral
19.) Tow Truck – David Jarvis Mark Crowther
20.) Never Satisfied – THE VACANT LOTS
21.) Linea – Vetica

Too bad they broke up. I love that song! Cool song from the Lots and a classic from Dave Jarvis. I just saw the video again of this song and it reminded me how much I love it.

22.) Ego – When Particles Collide
23.) Home Away From Home (live) – Elephants of Scotland
24.) Gas And Oil – Gas And Oil

Great song from Beano Parker’s non Wards band. Killer live Elephants song! OK, here’s another Dino Bravo song.

25.) Chuck Berry – Dino Bravo
26.) Destroying Everything They See – Blue Button
27.) Blow At High Dough (live) – The Tragically Hip

That’s how they ended the night at the Flynn. Wow. Great rockers from BB and Dino. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Songs after: What Color Is Got? – Fish
Life On Mars – David Bowie

 

Pours and The Vacant Lots at the BCA Center in Burlington, VT October 16, 2014   Leave a comment

I had a great time seeing music at the BCA center the other night. It was a Thursday, so I went to WBKM and lined up all of the music for my radio show. I recorded all of the breaks and put them in the queue and took the walk down Main st, turned up Church st and walked up the stairs to the BCA center. Colin and the Clarys had finished up and Pours were mostly set up. I hung out for a bit and soon enough they hit the stage.

Pours are a keyboard/vocals and drummer duo. The music is smooth and poppy. The singer had a welcoming voice and the music had a nice flow. The drummer was great and used different beats to lead the songs, while the keys and effects filled out the sound. The crowd caught the groove and the music was easy and fun to sway to. Songs like Unveiled floated along in a trancey swirl with steady drums that could turn on a dime. It, and the whole show, made a nice atmosphere to exist in. Songs like the closer, Knuckles, were more challenging, and were lots of fun too. Their set was not long, but very enjoyable.

There was a short break but soon enough, THE VACANT LOTS were set up and ready to go. Jared Artaud played an electric 12-sting and Bryan had a trunk full of electronics and one cymbal. He released lots of layered beats and Jared rocked the guitar hard. A screen behind them started some very trippy visuals as they lit into the heavy droned out rock flow of Never Satisfied. Jared wickedly jammed his guitar at the end, and song after song took us deeper into their psychedelic world. They played much of the Departure album, and the pace was flowingly fast for most of the night. They slowed it down a little for Paint This City, but most of the show was a wonderful quick paced zone drone. They alternated deep dark vocals, and created an effect that seemed much more than just two guys on stage. I was in heaven from the first note until the ending of 6AM. I’m so happy I put in the effort.

 

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Radio Show 84 Thursday October 23, 2014 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org. Despite there being great music out and about, I really wanted to spend the night fully in the studio and into the show. I guess I can’t see it all.

Song before: Starman

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From our small city to the great big world these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Sorry that none of my prerecorded breaks played last week. Tonight I’m in the studio for the full two hours. Let’s finish up playing Row, the great EP from Montpelier’s Anachronist. The last two are coming and the first is He’s Still There on WBKM and this is Burlington’s Kind Of Music.

1.) He’s Still There – Anachronist
2.) Clouds – Anachronist
3.) Unveiled – Pours
4.) Never Satisfied – THE VACANT LOTS

The Lots played a killer show at the BCA center last week. Pours did a great job opening, and I loved Unveiled when they played it live. Clouds is pretty appropriate considering the grey rainy days we’ve been having in Vermont. Sometimes you have to realize that your surroundings can influence how you think, but it’s good to know there is a lot more happening. The sky looks grey, but the stars are out behind it. Thanks to Britt Shorter for hooking me up with the Pours album and the ticket to Alpenglow at the Universalist Church last Sunday. It was a gorgeously powerful show and this song really jumped out.

5.) Brothers In Crime – Alpenglow
6.) Star – The New Siberians
7.) You Make Me See Stars – The Lonestar Chain
8.) Hollywood – Lendway

It was good to see Michael Clifford at the Alpenglow show. Matthew Bryan Hagen will be playing with The Dark Side Of The Mountain playing Pink Floyd covers at Nectar’s October 31st and November 1st. Lonestar have a show November 4th. Vote first, then go see them. Binger are playing that night too. Word has it Brendan Devitt has a ton of new Siberians songs coming soon. Here’s a song from another Burlington star, who is in California at the moment. She has a new album coming soon too.

9.) Under Bright Stars – Alice Austin
10.) What’s In California? – Joshua Glass
11.) Gold In California – The Red Telephone

Great new song from RT! Love those guitars!! Great song from Josh! There is a series called live from the fort that some local artists are doing. I just saw a cool one from Maryse Smith where she played 3 songs and had 2 short interviews. It was pretty sweet. She played this one.

12.) 15 Steps – Maryse Smith
13.) Ordinary Day – Milton Busker
14.) Santa Anna – Hana Zara

Hana will play Radio Bean next Sunday, and always puts on a great show. Milton will play next Wednesday at the Bean and is always excellent too. Let’s pick up the pace and rock a bit.

15.) The Mime – Joe Adler
16.) Mississippi River – Gabrielle Douglas and the Dwellers
17.) Wave – Slingshot Dakota

Slingshot are finally coming back to town on November 1st. They are playing 242 Main. Great songs by Gabby and Joe. This next band are playing November 1st at Signal Kitchen, and have a killer new video out!

18.) Popular Crowd – Swale
19.) Neighborhood – Black Rabbit
20.) Ornan’s Song – The Dirty Blondes

The Blondes have an anniversary show coming up at Club Metronome on October 31st. Black Rabbit are likely playing there right now with Dino Bravo VT. I want to be there but I want to be here with you too. Decisions. It was so fun watching Ryan Miller teach Amanda Gustafson this next song when they played the Bean a few weeks back. He’s playing the November 1st show with Swale at SK.

21.) Satellite – Guster
22.) Might As Well Settle – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
23.) The Tranquility Bomb – The Cush

I’m so excited to see them on November 7th at Arts Riot. Phil Yates is playing Radio Bean on November 3rd. This next song contains a bad word, so if you are really sensitive, you may want to hit mute for the next 2 minutes. It’s not meant maliciously but to drive home the anger one feels when one has parked their car and found that it has been towed. This is a classic Burlington song.

24.) Tow Truck – David L. Jarvis
25.) Contact – Phish

I love the symbiotic lyric between those two songs. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Song after: View From The Hill – Fish

 

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Radio Show 83 Thursday October 16, 2014 9-11pm Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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I just got back from my local music radio show on internet only Wbkm Dot Org. I got in early and recorded all my breaks and set them in the queue and only the first one played and I introduced a band that did not play. I was supposed to start with 3 songs by Anachronist, but none played. None of my breaks between bands played. Rats! It turned out to just have the intro then only the songs played until the outro. I knew it would be better to do it live, but I really wanted to see The Vacant Lots at the BCA center, and at least they were excellent. I’m feeling like I let us all down tonight.

Songs Before:
Dreams of Reason – The Tea Party (Official)
Something On – The Tragically Hip

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the sounds of Burlington. My name is Tim and I’m recording this early and Heading out to see Pours and The Vacant Lots at the BCA center. Tonight let’s play sets by different bands so you can hear how they evolve. Let’s start with the next song on Row. This is He’s Still Here by Anachronist on WBKM and this is Burlington’s Kind of Music.

1.) Dimedrop – Swale
2.) Armadillo – Swale
3.) Soul Piggy Bank – Swale
4.) The Next Instead – Swale
5.) Catskills – Alpenglow
6.) Eliza – Alpenglow
7.) Shout It Out – Alpenglow
8.) Sequoia 1 – Binger
9.) Sequoia 2 – Binger
10.) Sequoia 3 – Binger
11.) Still Life Scene – Engy
12.) Bionic – Red Telephone
13.) Half Way Home – The Red Telephone
14.) On The Railroad – The Red Telephone
15.) Gold In California – The Red Telephone
16.) 6AM – THE VACANT LOTS
17.) Paint This Town – The Vacant Lots
18.) Mad Mary Jones – The Vacant Lots
19.) Errol McSquisitor – Elephants of Scotland
20.) Endless Part 1 – Elephants of Scotland
21.) Endless Part 2 – Elephants of Scotland
22.) U Can Love if U Want To – Peg Tassey
23.) First Kiss – Peg Tassey MUSIC
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24.) High Wood – Fish
25.) Crucifix Corner – Fish
26.) The Gathering – Fish
27.) Thistle Alley – Fish
28.) The Leaving – Fish
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