Sunday, 28 August 2011

Ruby's Chicky Boil-Ups: Dogs

Image copyright George Wright / Natural Theatre Company

Dogs Cool Collie – Hopeton Lewis
Hungry Like the Wolf – Duran Duran
Coyote, My Little Brother – Peter La Farge
Hungry Like The Wolf – Superthriller
I’m Walking the Dog – Patsy Cline
Well Bread Dog – John Hegley
Rain Dogs – Tom Waits
Greyhound – Wynonie Harris
Bloodhound – Downliners Sect
Husky – Jimmy Nicol
Dog – Oli n Clive
Move it on Over – Hank Williams
I Love My Dog – Cat Stevens
Everything Reminds Me Of My Dog – Jane Siberry
Underdog – Sly & The Family Stone
St Bernard's Waltz – Phil Kelsall
Quiche Lorraine – The B52’s
Somebody Stole My Dog – Rufus Thomas
Darren Hayman – The National Canine Defence League

Saturday, 27 August 2011

Hip Auntie 27.August.2011

Hip Auntie

Number Nine Train - Tarheel Slim

Police & Thieves - Junior Murvin

Kidnapper - Jewell & The Rubies

Since You’ve Been Gone - Rainbow

Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - The Ramones

Lady Marmalade - Labelle

Fujiyama Mama - Wanda Jackson

Jesamine - The Casuals

Mission Impossible - Lalo Schifrin

O How She Dances - James Luther Dickenson

Walk Right Back - The Everly Brothers

Bogalusa - The Osborne Brothers

Friday, 26 August 2011

Dérailleur - 25 August 2011

Spazz - Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks (2011)
Do Do Wap Is Strong In Here - Curtis Mayfield (1977)
Sore Eyes - Moth (2011)
The Devil and Me - Mara Carlyle (2011)
Losing Haringey - The Clientele (2005)
Mode For D.D. - The Awakening (1973)
Mazes - Moon Duo (2011)
Bass Be Pumpin - Kessenchu (2011)
You Sure Fall Down A Lot - The Musics (1966)
Rock and Roll - Edan (2005)
Dark, Dark - Arick Einstein (1969)
H-p1 - White Hills (2011)

Monday, 22 August 2011

The Christopher Laird Show at Indietracks 2011

RadioNowhere at INDIETRACKS 2011

PAPA TOPO - Lo Que Me Gusta Del Verano Es Poder Tomar Helado
MATH AND PHYSICS CLUB - Trying To Say I Love You
JEFFREY LEWIS - Don't Be Upset
BAND À PART - Una Persona Normal Con Gafas De Metal
GUATÁFAN - Pink Punk Party

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

The Library of Sound 17.August.2011


1. Tall Ships – Plate Tectonics

2. Nathaniel Rateliff – Early Spring Till

3. Pete Roe – Bellina

4. John Smith – Hands

5. Jonathan Wilson – Ballad of the Pines

6. Willy Mason – Gotta Keep Walking

7. Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Thought Ballune

8. The Staves – The Fire

9. Little Green Cars – Witching Hour

10. Jonathan Wilson – Ballad of the Pines

11. Dan Mangan – Road Regrets

Monday, 15 August 2011

The Dungeon doors are now closing...

It is with great sadness that we announce that RadioNowhere’s sinister sister station ‘The Vinyl Dungeon’ will cease broadcasting as of 22nd August 2011. In these difficult economic times it has become impossible for a small, non-profit organisation such as RadioNowhere to maintain two separate stations. Whilst we know that we have many listeners who love the eccentric eclecticism of The Vinyl Dungeon, without regular donations we can no longer afford to continue running the station. At this stage, RadioNowhere and all of its fine podcasts will continue to broadcast with no disruption, and we hope that you will continue to enjoy all of our regular programming. We also hope to incorporate some exciting Vinyl Dungeon-themed content within RadioNowhere’s programming in the near future. If you would like to help secure RadioNowhere’s future, please DONATE today!

Friday, 12 August 2011

FILMIC SPECIAL August 11th 2011

I so enjoyed my first Filmic Special, an interview with the lovely George Ginn, the owner of the UK's oldest vinyl soundtrack shop in Brighton. He knows so much about soundtracks and has the most amazing collection. Check it out at:

Around the chat we played the following:

Track - Composer - Film
Kings Row/Erich Wolfgang Korngold/Kings Row King Rat March/John Barry/King Rat Main Theme/John Williams/Jurassic Park Shower Scene/Bernard Herrmann/Psycho Love Theme/Jerry Goldsmith/Chinatown On the Trail/Ferde Growfray /The Grand Canyon [not a film] Kings Speech Main Title/Alexandre Desplat/The Kings Speech Warsaw Concerto/Richard Addinsell/Dangerous Moonlight Main Title/John Barry/Out of Africa Themes & Variations/Bernard Herrmann/Citizen Kane Prelude/Miklos Roza/Ben Hur Elephant Walk/Henry Mancini/Hatari

George and his mint condition 78 record player

George inside The Record Album

Lovely, Lovely stock

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Tim Ten Yen 10.August.2011

Tim Ten Yen

1) Aaron Copland - 'Fanfare for the common man'
Performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Louis Lane
From the Telarc records album 'Copland'

2) Lemar - 'Dance (With U)'
From the Sony Music UK album 'Dedicated'

3) Prince - 'Erotic City'
From the Paisley Park/Warner Bros. records album 'The Hits/The B-sides'

4) The Thrills - 'Don't steal our sun'
From the Virgin Records album 'So much for the city'

5) Girls Aloud - 'Long Hot Summer'
From the Fascination Records album 'The Sound Of Girls Aloud - the greatest hits'

6) Wang Chung - 'Dance Hall Days'
From the Sony Music compilation album 'Modern Rock Dance'

7) The Syn - 'Standing in the cathedral of love'
(From the Classic Rock compilation album 'Lost Treasure')
Available on the Umbrello records album 'Syndestructable'

Friday, 5 August 2011

Love Action's Friday Fix - 5.August.2011

Love Action's Friday Fix - Oh Honey!


I come to you all this month from my little tropical island hideaway
where I have been topping up my Irish tan (aka sunburn) whilst on the most romantic of all romantic trips... my Honeymoon! In that spirit I bring you a collection of alternative wedding, honeymoon, holiday and generally loved up sunny tunes. Enjoy lovers!

On the show:

I Do - The Marvelowes
With This Ring - The Platters
Band of Gold - Freda Payne
You Can't Hurry Love - The Supremes
Each And Everyday - Best Coast
Here Today - The Beach Boys
Care of Cell 44 - The Zombies
We Got Married - Paul McCartney
A Wedding - Oxford Collapse
Wedding Bells - Lissie
Let's Make Some Plans - Close Lobsters
You And Me Song - The Wannadies
I Wear His Ring - Phyllis Dillon
Soul Shakedown Party - Bob Marley & The Wailers
Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
Absolutely Cuckoo - The Magnetic Fields
Soul Sauce (Guacha Guaro) - Cal Tjader
La Paloma - Esquivel
Miserlou - Martin Denny
Wedding Cake - Jeannie C Riley

Background music was Martin Denny's Exotica as well as Les Baxter's Quiet Village.
Enjoy! And please feel free to send on requests - especially your guilty pleasures - for next month's show to:! and of course you can follow me on twitter at

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Jessica 6 in 1957

Jessica 6 in 1957
2 August 2011

Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock

7” single (RCA Victor), released on 24 September 1957

#1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in November for 6 weeks

#1 on the UK Singles Chart (1958)

Buddy Holly - Words Of Love

7” single (Coral Records), released on 20 June 1957

Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On

7” single (Sun Records), released in May 1957

#3 on the US Billboard Pop Chart and #1 on the US Billboard R&B and Country charts

#8 on the UK Singles Chart

#61 on Rolling Stone’s 500 greatest songs of all time

Ray Charles - I Got A Woman

From the album Ray Charles (Atlantic Records)

#235 on Rolling Stone’s 500 greatest songs of all time

Robert Mitchum - From A Logical Point Of View

From the album Calypso - is like so (Capitol Records)

Nat King Cole And His Trio - Just You, Just Me

From the album After Midnight: The Complete Session (Capitol Records)

#13 on the US Billboard Pop Albums Chart

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong - Summertime (from Porgy & Bess)

From the album Porgy and Bess (Verve)

The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001 (for recordings of ‘qualitative or historical significance’)

Walter Scharf - Patricia

From the album Dreams by the Dozen - for men only (Jubilee Records)

Patricia is ‘Unfettered, direct, natural, eager. Generous, fearless, a major-leaguer’

Paul Anka - Diana

7” single (ABC Records), released in May 1957

#1 on the US, UK, Australian and Canadian Singles Charts

Little Richard - Lucille

7” single (Speciality records), released in February 1957

#21 on the US Pop Chart

#10 on the UK Singles Chart

Also featured on the Little Richard album (1958)

Mohammed El-Bakkar And His Oriental Ensemble - Ah Ya Zain

From the album Port Said: Music of the Middle East (Audio Fidelity Records)

Martin Denny - Stone God

From the album Exotica (Liberty Records)

The King Sisters with Music by Alvino Rey - My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii

From the album Aloha (Capitol Records)

Harold Hill (Robert Preston) and Townspeople - (Ya Got) Trouble

From the Broadway version of The Music Man

#1 on the US Billboard Album Chart (1958)

1958 Grammy Award for Best Original Cast Album

Monday, 1 August 2011

We're in the NY Times...Yay!

We have been mentioned in the New York Times by our good friend Ritzy from the Joy Formidable. Tears of joy have been shed here at RadioNowhere tonight for the years we have been overlooked and to know that we reached out and believed in a band that are so amazing that they just so happened to remember us...well let’s just say all our Christmases have come at once. Thank you to Ritzy, Rhydian & Matt - let’s meet soon so we can take you out for one helluva slap-up curry!

Love & kisses from your friends at RadioNowhere.


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