The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music
Summary: 80 minute long free music download compilations which feature intriguingly mixed rock and rock-based music from a variety of artists that in other contexts might be considered incompatible. Genres, rhythms, moods and artists are seamlessly blended together to produce listening experiences you can only dream about finding in traditional radio. BRYHNH includes favorites and new discoveries from both familiar artists and those you wish you'd heard before, downloaded twice monthly free to your computer or iPod. Ranked #7 in The Digital Podcast Top 100 Podcasts for 2005 and # 3 Classic Rock Podcast from About.com for 2007. http://www.bestradiopodcast.com
NEW FOR JULY, 2006 The smell of gun powder, the sound of firecrackers and the wail of the police sirens Just another start of July in the city. This year you can listen to the fireworks orchestrated to the traditional patriotic fare and Souza marches or crank this first July podcast up on the iPod and watch the sky explode or just hang in the hood and wait for the ambulances to show up . . . 1. 4th Of July - XBuy From iTunes 2. Boulevard - Jackson BrowneBuy From iTunes 3. Layla - Eric Clapton / Pete Townshend / Steve Winwwod / Ron Wood etc . . .Buy From iTunes 4. Spectral Morning - Steve HackettBuy From iTunes 5. Munich - The EditorsBuy From iTunes 6. Stories For Boys - U2Buy From iTunes 7. The Endless Enigma (pt. 1 and 2) - Emerson, Lake and PalmerBuy From iTunes 8. Bitter Sweet Symphony - The VerveBuy From iTunes 9. We Love You - Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark 10. Bare Trees - Fleetwood Mac 11. Room To Move - John MayallBuy From iTunes 12. What I Do - Donald Fagan Buy From iTunes 13. Mexico - James TaylorBuy From iTunes 14. Like A Rolling Stone - Bob DylanBuy From iTunes 15. Harlequin - GenesisBuy From iTunes 16. So Long Ago, So Clear - Vangelis w/ Jon AndersonBuy From iTunes The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Always burning a short fuse. Accept no substitute . . .
From The Archive Another soul rousted from Best Radio days of past. The title obviously culled from the legendary Zappa track, This classic takes fun to an all new level, mind you with a bit of the ol' "sharp language" thrown in to remind you of what you don't hear on the radio . . . 1. Two Tribes - Frankie Goes to Hollywood 2. Titties & Beer - Frank Zappa 3. The Torture Never Stops - Frank Zappa 4. Frederick - Patti Smith 5. Bodhistava - Steely Dan 6. Spanish Bombs - The Clash 7. Welcome to the Jungle - Guns-n-Roses 8. Fight the Power - Public Enemy 9. TV Glotzer (White Punks On Dope) - Nina Hagen 10. To the Last Whale/Wind On The Water - Crosby Stills & Nash 11. Dreadlock Holiday - 10cc 12. Big in Japan - Alphaville 13. Sex - Berlin 14. Lipstick Vogue - Elvis Costello The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Where brilliance and tasteless commingle . . . Accept no substitute.
NEW FOR JUNE 15, 2006 A greezy pork sandwich . . . Breakfast Of Champions and this months mid-month release. A Bloody Mary and this podcast should be required on every training table. 1. Sick As A Dog - Aerosmith 2. Lies - Arcade Fire 3. Shock and Awe - Neil Young 4. While My Guitar Gently Weeps - George Harrison / Eric Clapton 5. Majestic Dance - Return To Forever 6. Walking Down Madison - Kirsty MacColl 7. Turn Of The Century - Annie Haslam / Steve Howe 8. Girl Don't Tell Me - The Beach Boys 9. Give It To Me - The J. Geils Band 10. Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys - Traffic 11. Sleep - Stabbing Westward 12. New Your City Cops - The Strokes 13. Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin 14 Images Of Heaven - Peter Godwin 15. I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After 16. Happy Together - The Mothers The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. USDA Prime. Not a speck of cereal. Accept no substitute . . .
From The Archive And what's greezy pork without a little squealing? This one is rousted from the temperature controlled Best Radio archive. Sure life is a series of turnarounds and roundabouts. But what still holds true is what is new is old and old is new. Let Stop Your Squealing be your soundtrack for the month. From Perry's World to your secret hideout . . . 1. Roundabout - Yes 2. I Don't Need No Doctor - Humble Pie 3. Sally Simpson (live) - The Who 4. Lopsy Lu - Stanley Clarke 5. Teenage Riot - Sonic Youth 6. The Call Up - The Clash 7. Out Of The Blue - Roxy Music 8. Scrap Yard - Tangerine Dream 9. Perfect - Stabbing Westward 10. Friday, I'm In Love - The Cure 11. Heavy Metal Drummer - Wilco 12. Problem Child - AC/DC 13. Setting Grace Aside - Shimmer 14. The Musical Box - Genesis The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Never going to the chair yella' see . . . Accept no substitute.
NEW FOR JUNE 2006 Life can make you crazy. Can suck the life and heart right out of you. And at times we just sign up and do it to ourselves. "Emotional Liposuction." Professional strength despair . . . 1. I Need A Lover - John Cougar Mellencamp 2. She Drives Me Crazy (Monie Love Remix) - Fine Young Cannibals 3. Crazy - Alanis Morissette 4. Crazy On You - Heart 5. We Are Crazy - M. Frog Labat 6. Sure Donât Feel Like Love - Paul Simon 7. Two Hearts Beat As One (Club Mix) - U2 8. Kill Her Off - The Ropes 9. Hanging On The Telephone - Def Leppard 10. Chloe Dancer / Crown Of Thorns - Mother Love Bone 11. O' Mary Don't You Weep - Bruce Springsteen and The Seeger Session Band 12. Cemetery Bloom - Shimmer 13. Bell Boy (demo) - The Who 14. Half A Person - The Smiths 15. Under The God - Tin Machine 16. Rock The Nation - Montrose 17. New Orleans Is Sinking - The Tragically Hip 18. Water Music - Robert Fripp 19. Here Comes The Flood - Peter Gabriel / Robert Fripp The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like. Accept no substitute . . .
From The Archive For some reason, numbness seems to be playing a card in this month's entries. So it seemed to be a great time to grab this one from the cellar. A top download during its original release run. That ought to make this one a fun listen for both first time listeners and those that dug it the first time around. 1. Sowing The Seeds of Love (Full) - Tears For Fears 2. Mr. Brightside - The Killers 3. Citadel - The Rolling Stones 4. Gloria - Patti Smith 5. All Along The Watch Tower - XTC 6. Gin and Juice - Snoop Dog 7. Birdland - Weather Report 8. Mother's Daughter - Santana 9. The Ballad Of Billy The Kid - Billy Joel 10. Hoedown - Emerson, Lake and Palmer 11. 68 Guns - The Alarm 12. I Met A Girl - Wheat 13. Waterfall - Wendy and Lisa 14. Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2 15. Baby's On Fire - 801 16. Peppermint Lump - Angie 17. Grandelinquent - Klark Kent 18. In The Air Tonight (demo) - Phil Collins The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Don't forget to tell your friends . . . Look for the second archive title to be made available about mid month.
NEW FOR MAY 2006 Any day can be Anything Can Happen Day. Might as well be listening to this in case it is . . . 1. If I Had A Rocket Launcher (live acoustic) - Bruce Cockburn 2. I Don' Like Mondays - The Boomtown Rats 3. I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass - Nick Lowe 4. The Man Who Sold The World - Nirvana 5. I'm Eighteen - Alice Cooper 6. Kick Out The Jams - Rage Against The Machine 7. Instant Karma - John Lennon 8. I Feel You - Depeche Mode 9. Do The Strand - Roxy Music 10. Lay Me Down - David Crosby / Graham Nash 11. No Myth - Michael Penn 12. How To Save A Life - The Fray 13. Doctor Doctor - UFO 14. Green Grass and High Tides - The Outlaws 15. Run Run Run - Jo Jo Gunn 16. Happiness Is A Warm Gun - World Party 17. Happy Hour Again - The Housemartins 18. Pass The Buck - Andy Boller 19. To Be Over - Yes The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like. Accept no substitute . . .
NEW FOR MAY 2006 Brand spanking new for Spring 2006. With the return of nice weather I serve up this little musical gem for your springtime liberation from going "crazy" from being chained to the house through the winter . . . 1. Freeway Jam - Jeff Beck 2. We Can Work It Out - The Beatles 3. Pulling Mussels From The Shell - Squeeze 4. Dani, California - Red Hot Chili Peppers 5. Brian Wilson - Bare Naked Ladies 6. Heroes and Villains - The Beach Boys 7. See Emily Play - Pink Floyd 8. Set The Timer - Tirez-Tirez 9. Message In A Bottle - The Police 10. Fury - Prince 11. Funkopolis - Die Warzau 12. D.J. - David Bowie 13. Cigarette Smoke - Arctic Monkeys 14. Toys In The Attic (unplugged) - Aerosmith 15. Glow Girl - The Who 16. Always On My Mind - Pet Shop Boys 17. Dance To The Music /Musiclover/ Higher - Sly and The Family Stone 18. It's All Over - Nektar The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like. Accept no substitute . . .
From The Archive A Classic. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised might in fact be one of my favorites of the back catalog. Almost had a notion to put this one at the top of the May list which is reserved for the new podcasts, I enjoyed listening to it so much in retrospect. Let me know what you think or am I just waxing poetic . . . ? 1. Good Night Saigon - Billy Joel 2. Red Rain - Peter Gabriel 3. Stan - Eminem 4. Tom Sawyer - Rush 5. Lysistrata - Utopia 6. Tommy Gun - The Clash 7. Accidents Will Happen - Elvis Costello 8. Who's Landing In My Hangar - Human Switchboard 9. You're Gonna Miss me Baby - 13th Floor Elevator 10. Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi 11. Babooshka - Kate Bush 12. School - Supertramp 13. Smell Like Team Spirit - Nirvana 14. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin 15. Enter Sandman - Metallica 16. The King will Come - Wishbone Ash 17. The Revolution will Not be Televised - Gil Scott-Heron
Liberated from the vault. Please Return To Your Seats was recorded as I watched the 25th Anniversary broadcast documentary of the infamous Disco Demolition at Chicago's Comiskey Park in 1979. The title is derived from the hilarity of the text on the scoreboard urging about 10,000 maniacs to "please return to their seats" I was turned away from "Sox Park" about a block away by Chicago's Finest on horseback dressed in their classic baby powder blue riot gear that night. Baby blue has never looked so scary. Although this podcast was inspired by those moments in title and intro only, contained in its grooves are classic "Best Radio You Have Never Heard" tracks . . . 1. The Boy In The Bubble (Remix) - Paul Simon 2. Pride (in The Name Of Love) (live) - U2 3. Bad (live) - U2 4. It's My Life (remix) - Talk Talk 5. In Between Days (extended 12") - The Cure 6. Aladdin Sane - David Bowie 7. Hungry Like A Wolf (unplugged) - Duran Duran 8. The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson 9. Hot With Fleas (remix) - Severed Heads 10. Slither - Velvet Revolver 11. Seattle - Public Image Ltd 12. Soul Survivor - Rolling Stones 13. Talk To Ya Later - The Tubes 14. The Way You Are - Tears For Fears 15. Twin Peaks - Angelo Badalamenti
Another from the archives. "Water Letter Outer" pays homage to one of the greatest devices ever invented. Too bad Curly wasn't hanging around New Orleans last fall. More great music from the ages contained on this one. 1. Funeral For a Friend / Love Lies Bleeding - Elton John 2. This Is Not America - David Bowie/Pat Metheny 3. America - The Nice 4. Mihalis - David Gilmour 5. Different Drum - The Stone Ponies 6. Change Your Mind - Gary Numan / Bill Sharpe 7. Harlem Nocturne - The Lounge Lizards 8. Soon - My Bloody Valentine 9. Body And Soul - Sisters Of Mercy 10. All Together Now - The Farm 11. Loosen Up - The Nazz 12. Cold Sweat - The Sugarcubes 13. Russians - Sting 14. Mother Russia - Renaissance 15. The End - The Doors
BRAND NEW FOR APRIL 2006 Infinite. Population 000. We are all on the road there. Where a skeleton faced bartender will ask "What'll ya have, stranger?" Have the drink, put the pedal down and don't look back. Never look back . . . 1. Over The Rainbow (outtake) - Judy Garland 2. Breathe Me - Sia 3. A Day In The Life - Sting 4. Worldwide Suicide - Pearl Jam 5. Courage - The Tragically Hip 6. In The Dead Of Night - U.K. 7. By The Light Of Day - U.K. 8. Presto Vivace and Reprise - U.K. 9. Over The Sea - Jesse Rae 10. Sexy Sadie (demo) - The Beatles 11. I Have The Skills - The Sherbs 12. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) - The Arcade Fire 13. Cities In Dust - Siouxsie and the Banshees 14. Chicago - Graham Nash 15. Love Revolution - The Almighty Whispers 16. Blue Sky Mine - Midnight Oil 17. Temporary Beauty - Graham Parker 18. She Bleeds Pink - The Living Blue 19. Fast Cars - Buzzcocks 20. Dancing With The Moonlit Knight - Genesis
BRAND NEW FOR APRIL 2006 Finally on the trail of the new podcasts. Got that new car smell as well. A perfect way to or from the apocalypse. A total express elevator straight to hell. Going down . . . ? 1. Gimmie Shelter - The Rolling Stones 2. Broken English - Marianne Faithfull 3. Coldsweat - The Sugarcubes 4. Saturday Afternoon / Won't You Try - Jefferson Airplane 5. Dance Along The Edge (live) - Concrete Blonde 6. Midnight Rider - Gregg Allman 7. Let It Rain - Derek And The Dominos 8. Goodbye Rock and Roll Band - The Novaks 9. Under My Wheels - Alice Cooper w/ Guns and Roses 10. Ballet For Girl From Buchannon - Chicago 11. Everyday (Is Halloween) - Ministry 12. Been Caught Stealin' - Jane's Addiction 13. Come Dancing - The Kinks 14. Echo - Joe Satriani 15. When It's Cold Outside, I'd Like To Die - Moby
Some people will get the humor that this one bestows, some won't. A wink to those that do ! From the voluminous BRYHNH vault "Fractured Fairy Tales" rocks with the best of them. Oh, and ya might not want to play this one in the car with the kids etc . . . 1. Fractured Fairy Tales Theme 2. Cop Killer (original Version) - Body Count 3. Tenement Funster - Queen 4. Flick Of The Wrist - Queen 5. Lily Of the Valley - Queen 6. The Thin Air - Magazine 7. Back To Nature - Magazine 8. Believe That I Understand - Magazine 9. This Is Not A Love Song - Public Image Ltd. 10. Duel - Propaganda 11. Love Resurrection - Allison Moyet 12. Games Without Frontiers (Massive Attack Mix) - Peter Gabriel 13. Collapsing New People - Fad Gadget 14. Compulsion - Martin Gore 15. Elevation - Television 16. Tears Run Rings (remix) - Marc Almond 17. Blank Generation - Richard Hell and The Voidoids 18. Merry Melodies Closing
Taken from one of the very first podcasts, "Got Classic ?" is a show that people keep going back to. Sort of a theme oriented podcast, and why the heck not. I do have a few of them knocking around. This one has no intro. Why? Because the intro to Song 1 far outdoes anything cute I could ever come up with. This would be a good time to grab that old faded concert t-shirt . . . 1. Intro / Sweet Jane - Lou Reed 2. Now I'm Here - Queen 3. Eight Miles High - The Byrds 4. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others (Live) - The Smiths 5. Away From Home - Klark Kent 6. Editions of You - Roxy Music 7. Rip This Joint - The Rolling Stones 8. On the Air - Peter Gabriel 9. D.I.Y. - Peter Gabriel 10. Sinsemilla - Black Uhuru 11. Hibernation - Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes 12. Sweet Child Of Mine - Guns'n Roses 13. Ohio - Crosby, Still, Nash and Young 14. White Bird - It's A Beautiful Day 15. Can't Find My Way Home - Blind Faith 16. Starship Trooper - Yes