Sunday, December 14, 2008

12-19-08 playlist

Sorry for all the glitches! This show will play tonight and a couple of times next week to give you all a chance to listen.

Hey Idaho rock fans! Sorry for the technical diffuculties the last couple of weeks, we're back and hopefully running smoothly this week. Lots of goodies and introductions this week... starting with a Christmas track from The Very Most, courtesy of Mr. Jeremy Jensen. Then we have a long “Medley Track” by H-Hour, a Boise-to-Seattle band from the mid 80's whose drummer Tad Doyle went on to become TAD. Another 80's Boise band, The Pugs, make their first appearance, too... I don't know a lot about them, but you can find more tunes by clicking the link. Scott Scmaljohn's The Hand and Boise hardcore stalwarts, Haggis, also make their first appearance (lots of Haggis tracks are available online courtesy Mark Hanford). Two bands in the Caustic Resin family tree also make their debut... Tommy Dirtweed (led by Caustic bassist Tom Romich) and Size of Alaska (led by Pat Perkins of The Universal, Godzounds and Caustic).  Many thanks to folks who have contributed or helped me find new/old music: Jeremy Miller, Jeremy Jensen, Phil Merrell and Mark Hanford.

The Very Most - “This year, Christmas came November 4th”
H-Hour - “Medley”
Caustic Resin - “Semiconductor”
Discoma - “Svelte”
Le Fleur - “Grooming Song”
Ian Waters - “The Radio Drown”
Raspberry - “Alex's Day”
The Hand - “The Hand”
Piso Mojado - “Track 3”
Size of Alaska - “alien pigs”
Haggis - “Large Size Houses”
Treepeople - “Funnelhead”
Low_Fi - “Paper Airplanes”
Kris Doty - “Pivot”
The Pugs - “Don't You Now It's A Sin”
Stuntman - “Inspiration Please!”
Black Happy - “Washcloth”
Built to Spill - “Carry the Zero”
Splinter - “Every Six Months”
Bovalexia - “Moodswing”
The Suffocation Keep - “Holes and Clouds”
Narcissus Isthmus - “Glass Course Compass”
25 Wheeler - “Don't Tell Me”
Grant Ave - “Tallest”
Hillfolk Noir - “Other Eye on the Crow”
Bock - “Final Sunset”
Tommy Dirtweed - “Coo-Koo”
Bonefish Sam & His Power Orchestra - “Smorgasbord”

1 comment:

Tad Doyle said...

Thanks for remembering H-Hour! I really enjoy your thoroughness and a lot of the other artists in your archive.