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THE “NEW, NEW WRTZ SHOW” W/ROB Z TODAY (WED.) AT 2:00 PM

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CATCH THE NEW, NEW WRTZ SHOW:

Wed. Sept. 14th at 2pm (PST)
Sun. Sept. 18th at 8pm (PST)

Hi. My name is ROB Z.

What’s yours?

Pleasure to meet you.

Wed. Sept. 14th, will bring the premiere of Episode 39 of the NNWRTZ. the NEW NEW WRTZ: SAY MY NAME show will stream into your ear holes and into your heart. The “SAY MY NAME” show will bring you an entire hour of name songs. girl names. boy names. and songs about names. and a good old-fashioned ROB Z ranting session, full of bigtime cussin’! Hoo doggies! the PET PEEVE PETTING ZOO couldn’t even contain this tirade. this is a pure unbridled ROB Z crank fest! enjoy. this show sounds like this.

Tune in to THE NEW NEW WRTZ: “SAY MY NAME” SHOW

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN OR LISTEN HERE VIA iTUNES RADIO

1. “GROOVY IS MY NAME”- PIZZICATO FIVE- THE SOUND OF MUSIC BY PIZZICATO FIVE
2. “THE NAME GAME”- SHIRLEY’S GANG- THE GREATEST 60′S GOLD COLLECTION
3. “TONY’S THEME”- PIXIES- SURFER ROSA
4. “JULIANNE”- BEN FOLDS 5- BEN FOLDS 5
5. “DESIREE”- NEIL DIAMOND- THE ESSENTIAL NEIL DIAMOND
6. “27 JENNIFERS”- MIKE DOUGHTY- GOLDEN DELICIOUS
7. “MY NAME IS MUD”- PRIMUS- PORK SODA
8. “CHEERS ( WHERE EVERYBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME)”- TEE VEE TUNES- TELEVISION’S GREATEST HITS VOL. 3 70′S AND 80′S
9. “FREDDIE’S DEAD”- FISHBONE- THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION
10. “YOU DON’T KNOW MY NAME”- THE KINKS- EVERYBODY’S IN SHOWBIZ
11. “SISTER KATE”- THE DITTY BOPS- THE DITTY BOPS
12. “BRANDY( YOU’RE A FINE GIRL)”- LOOKING GLASS- ONE HIT WONDERS
13. “STUART”- THE DEAD MILKMEN- BEELZEBUBBA
14. “A BOY NAMED SUE”- JOHNNY CASH- GREATEST HITS

Need some NNWRTZ right away? Alright! Alright! Settle down. just go here: www.newnewwrtz.podomatic.com. You can also find archived episodes on the iTUNES! Download, Subscribe and Follow today!

JUKEBOX IN MY MIND: MAC DUNLOP’S JUKEBOX PICKS (PART II)

Our Guest Dj Mac Dunlop (who you may know from L.A. Band The Letter Openers) took over the intraffikradio studios recently to bring us his music picks –songs that he feels every jukebox should have in its repertoire.

In Part II of his “Jukebox in my Mind,” Guest DJ setlist Mac Dunlop re-visits some of the greats that have influenced countless modern day musicians, reminisces about Select Magazine, and even manages to include an Ol’ Dirty Bastard Track in the set!

Playlist

David Bowie- “Hang on To Yourself” (Live at the BBC)
Bob Seger and the Heard - “Heavy Music (Part II)”
Love - “Gimi a Little Break”

The Kinks – “Set Me Free”
The Who- “Heaven and Hell (Live at Leeds)”
Badfinger - “Give It Up”

The Flame - “Get Your Mind Made Up”
T. Rex – “Carsmile Smith and the Old One”
Lemonheads- “My Drug Buddy”

Wynonie Harris – “All She Wants to Do is Rock”
The Four Tops- “Seven Rooms of Gloom”
Frank Black – “Freedom Rock”

Allen Toussaint- “Electricity”
Ol’ Dirty Bastard- “Got ‘Cha Money”
Judee Sill - “The Kiss”

Steve Earle and Lucinda Williams - “Still Standin’ There ”
The Rolling Stones - “Fool to Cry”
The Bellrays-  “You’re Sorry Now”
Seneca Hawk - “Hooker”
Lou Reed – “Halloween Parade”

Listen to www.intraffikradio.com today at 10:30 am (PT) for a re-broadcast!


SIRIA’S SEPTEMBER PLAYLIST

This is the last time I’ll say this. I’m so glad Summer is over.

 Ok, I’m done, I promise.

Well, maybe just once more…

YAY!!!!!! Summer is over!!!!!!

Ok, now I’m really done. Really. Pinky swear. All done.

I’m not sure if Fall will be any better, as when I went to check my e-mail inbox I had 666 unread emails (yeah I know, and this email account isn’t even the account that gets spammed, newsletters, nor most of the Facebook/Myspace alerts).

On a brighter note, here is some wisdom that was subliminally imparted upon me this morning via a song playing on KCRW that I thought I’d enlighten you with (I don’t know the song name and won’t look it up, as I actually didn’t really enjoy the song all that much), “the road doesn’t move, you’re the one that moves.” All thanks to Jason Bentley and his efforts in making my morning eclectic.

Alright, September’s 2:05pm list…here we go.

The Who  – ” So Sad About Us”

I actually can’t decide if I like this original or The Jam’s version better. I think I’m going to go listen to this song as soon as I’m done posting this.

Also, have you ever seen The Who cover “Heatwave”? This song is one of my favorites for bands to cover. The New Fidelity still do the best live cover of this as far as local bands go.

 

 

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