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 SEPTEMBER 1, 2006 Probable Cause ? That open bottle of tequila on the passenger seat ? That pungent smell coming from your house ? The fact that the money you just used at Starbucks looks like you made it on a copy machine ? Having the police shine a light on you after climbing up a lamp post to steal the street sign thatâs the same name as your ex-girlfriend ? Or the September 1, 2006 podcast from The Best Radio You Have Never Heard ? "I was never there officer . . . " 1. Probable Cause - Employee 2. Nevil Smart - Odd Man Out 3. Twist and Shout - The English Beat 4. Buffalo Soldier (remix) - Bob Marley 5. Way Back Home - The Wreckers 6. Midnight Rider - The Allman Brothers Band 7. So Good To See You - Cheap Trick 8. Cold Hard Bitch - Jet 9. Back In Black - AC/DC 10. Every Word Means No - Let's Active 11. Rocks Off - The Rolling Stones 12. Cooky Puss - Beastie Boys 13. Every Little Thing - Dweebish 14. Stagnation - Genesis 15. Wolves - Inner Surge 16. Too Much Information - The Police 17. Rainy Day, Dream Away - Robben Ford and Taj Mahal 18. 1983 . . . (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) - Jimi Hendrix The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Got a few street signs knocking around as well . . . Accept No Substitute . . .
From The Archive It's September and that means back to school. Time to rehash that old lesson of American measures to metric. Just keep it together whether it is a Quarter Pounder or a Grand Royale. Order up the new first podcast for September with all the trimmings. This ain't your average Happy Meal. 1. Sanctuary (Howling Mix) - The Cult 2. Word Of God - The Subjects 3. Jesus, He Knows Me - Genesis 4. Crime Don't Pay - Joe Jackson 5. Military Madness - Graham Nash 6. After The Ordeal - Genesis 7. Hot 'Lanta - The Allman Brothers Band 8. Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand 9. The Green Manalishi - Judas Priest 10. Kitty's Back - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 11. The Imposter - Elvis Costello 12. Twin Cinema - The New Pornographers 13. Local Girls - Graham Parker 14. Gray Cell Green - Ned's Atomic Dustbin 15. Strawberry Fields Forever - Peter Gabriel 16. Transatlanticism - Death Cab For Cutie 17. Northern Lights - Renaissance 18. The Only One I Know - The Charlatans UK 19. Let's Go Go White Sox The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Always looking for that damn tasty burger . . . Accept No Substitute . . .
NEW FOR AUGUST 15, 2006 As we get about to this point in the year you start to hear people lamenting the end of summer. The dichotomy here is that mid-August can be the hottest time of the season. What does this have to do with this mid-month podcast Beer, Blood, and Piss ? Sweating a bunch, cooling down with cold beer in a club that is 100Âº and enjoying the aromas ? Finding the former "beer distributor" in the back room riddled with more holes in him than the Swiss cheese? Nah. Just great music to keep you cool, in the groove and having good thoughts about the government that repealed the Volstead Act . One thing they have gotten right. . . . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volstead_Act 1. What's The Use Of Getting Sober - Joe Jackson 2. It's A Long Way To The Top - AC/DC 3. Land Of Confusion - Disturbed 4. Girls Talk - Dave Edmonds 5. So It Goes - Nick Lowe 6. Pets - Porno For Pirates 7. From Hell To L.A. - Nineteenth Century 8. Dancing Barefoot - Patti Smith 9. Diane - Material Issue 10. New York Girls - Morningwood 11. Eugene II - Bang On A Can All-Stars & Don Byron 12. Inca Roads - Frank Zappa 13. Throw Your Foot - The Cure 14. Can't You Hear Me Knocking - Mick Taylor 15. Moonlit Mile - Alvin Youngblood Hart The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Drinkin' My Beer Or No Beer At All see . . . Accept No Substitute . . .
From The Archive With last months archive entry Stuff, Different Order, it doesn't seem right not to follow it up with the companion piece More Stuff, Different Order. Recorded at about the same period in 2002, this one remains in its original form without the requisite remix the former enjoyed. I suspect you will enjoy this one as well. 1. All the Girls Love Alice - Elton John 2. Betrayed - G-Men 3. Body Count - Body Count 4. Burning Down The House - Talking Heads 5. Chant No 1 - Spandau Ballet 6. I'm Not Superman - Swimmer 7. Nite Klub - Specials 8. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses - U2 9. That's Entertainment - Morrissey 10. Debaser - Pixies 11. Stuck - Ned's Atomic Dustbin 12. Another Girl, Another Planet - Mighty Lemondrops 13. 99.9 F - Suzanne Vega 14. These Days - Johnny Clegg & Savuka 15. Got Me Wrong - Alice In Chains 16. Happiness In Slavery - Nine Inch Nails 17. Orgasm Addict - Buzzcocks 18. (New Wave) Polly - Nirvana 19. Can't Help Falling In Love - U2 The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Always finding cool stuff in the rubble. Accept No Substitute . . .
NEW FOR AUGUST, 2006 Starting out August, 2006 with a hand in the topical. Ball Bearing Paint Job is a reference to the results of the work of the fine bomb makers using shrapnel and ball bearing as filling to further inflict injury to military and civilians alike. Nasty people doing nasty things. 1. The Lebanon - Human League 2. The Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 3. Heartland - The The 4. Marakesh Express - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young 5. Hang On St. Christopher - Tom Waits 6. Pay Me My Money Down - Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Session Band 7. Baby Don't Do Me Wrong - Jeff and Vida 8. Beau Jocque Makes You Jump - Beau Jocque 9. Fainting in Coils - Bill Bruford 10. No Quarter - Led Zeppelin 11. Chinese New Year - Odd Man Out 12. Save Yourself - Stabbing Westward 13. Under Heavy Manners - Robert Fripp 14. Old Judge Jones - Les Dudek 15. Marching On - The Alarm 16. So Involved - Shimmer 17. Magnum Opus - Kansas 18. Don't Give up - Peter Gabriel / Kate Bush The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Just calling 'em, likes we see it . . . Accept No Substitute . . .
From The Archive This months Archive title might be one the eldest of the bunch. Originally recorded in 2002, I took the liberty to re-edit this one for it's return into the list. So although some of you might actually have already downloaded this one at one time or another, this version is slightly updated and three seconds shorter for those keeping score at home . . . 1. This Is The Day - The The 2. Into The Fire - Sarah McLachlan 3. Wembley - Candy Skins 4. What Girls Want - Material Issue 5. Justice Tonight / Kick It Over - Clash 6. Gangsters - Specials 7. Caught In My Shadow - Wonderstuff 8. Physical (You're So) - Nine Inch Nails 9. She's Already Made Up Her Mind - Lyle Lovett 10. Showdown At Big Sky - Robbie Robertson 11. Sparkle - Shimmer 12. Monkey Gone To Heaven - Pixies 13. Mustapha Dance - Clash 14. Under The Milky Way - The Church 15. Pure & Easy - Pete Townshend The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Always sifting through the rubble. Accept No Substitute . . .
NEW FOR JULY 15, 2006 The mid-month podcast for July was in the can and awaiting upload when the sad news arrived that legendary rock icon and Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett had died at the age of 60. This event struck a chord with me and the results are this July's mid-month new release. The previously intended title will have to wait until August 1, 2006. This podcast is a tribute to Syd Barrett. Even though of course there is some Pink Floyd music in the show, it is more of a tribute to Syd's vision. I like to think of it as traveling music for Syd's iPod as he makes the trek to the Gates of Dawn, or perhaps some gardening music for the great beyond as, in his recent past, gardening was one of Syd's few hobbies. In the end, you might find it an atypical Best Radio release, but it will likely have a place in your catalog. After you hear it once, it will become one of those shows you'll feel compelled to "pull off the shelf" for late night introspective journeys . . . 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) - Pink Floyd 2. See Emily Play - David Bowie 3. Astronomy Domine - Pink Floyd 4. I Had Too Much To Dream - The Electric Prunes 5. Exposure - Robert Fripp 6. Driver 8 - R.E.M. 7. Don't Fear The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult 8. Hoping Love Will Last - Steve Hackett 9. Survival - Yes 10. Heaven and Hell - The Who 11. The Waiting Room - Genesis 12. Anyway - Genesis 13. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) - Pink Floyd The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Paying it both forward and back. Accept No Substitute . . .
From The Archive Straight from the sublime to the ridiculous, I bring you this month's lighthearted back catalog episode. Even though technically an item from the archive, this show appeared so briefly (literally minutes probably, as bandwidth shutdowns at the old web host were common), it might as well be a new release for most listeners. 1. Dizzy - Wreckless Eric 2. Burning With Optimism's Flames - XTC 3. Sgt. Rock - XTC 4. Disco Boy - Frank Zappa 5. Heart - Rockpile 6. Heatwave - The Jam 7. Bizarre Love Triangle - Stabbing Westward 8. The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths 9. Ivan Meets G.I. Joe - The Clash 10. Beat Box (Diversion One) - Art Of Noise 11. Intruder - Peter Gabriel 12. Suedehead - Morrissey 13. Clubland - Elvis Costello 14. Headhunter v30 - Front 242 15. Getting Away With It - Electronic (Bernard Sumner/ New Order, Johnny Marr / The Smiths) 16. Lucky Number - Lene Lovich 17. The One Thing - INXS 18. A Girl Like You - The Smithereens The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Still getting sent to detention. Accept No Substitute . . .
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 . . .