This week’s episode of The Bopst Show features The Guild of Temporal Adventurers, The Black Hands, Melvins, Joni Mitchell, and more.
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Title: The Bopst Show: “Who Listens To Radio? (Episode 236)”
Rating: PG-13 (Adult Situations & Language)
Intent: To reach man Virginia…
Random Richmond Diversion: And sometimes fraud
Random USA Diversion: It was just dormant
Random World Diversion: by a vote of 388 to 1
Random Image: Steam
Random Music Blog: All Things Go
Random Bopst Show: The Bopst Show: “The Shapely Head (Episode 150)”
I don’t see how it could hurt:
Construction Date: Thursday-Saturday May 9-11th, 2013
Equipment: Mac G5, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 Microphone
Posted: Monday May 13th, 2013
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: Sarah Vaughn, Rube Waddell, Kendra Smith & The Guild of Temporal Adventurers, Mel Torme, Big Youth, Billy Childish & The Black Hands, Anette Funicello, Trouble Funk, Joni Mitchell, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Melvins, James Cameron, Messer Chups, Johnny Wright, The Polica, Dokaka
This week’s top ten radio quotes.
Gossip is the Devil’s radio.
If it weren’t for Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of television, we’d still be eating frozen radio dinners.
I like doing radio because it’s so intimate. The moment people hear your voice, you’re inside there heads, not only that, you’re in there laying eggs.
Radio news is bearable. This is due to the fact that while the news is being broadcast, the disk jockey is not allowed to talk.
We’re enlarging in every single area of the ministry at In Touch. We’re on radio and television. We’re in over 110 million homes in America plus radio on satellites. We just acquired the NAMB FamilyNet television network, and with that expanding possibilities of the gospel.
I made two movies before The Police had a hit record: I did Quadrophenia and a film called Radio On.
You always draw from your roots. I’m influenced by everything I hear and see, and that includes music today, but obviously I go back to my early influences: Stevie Wonder, Parliament, Earth, Wind & Fire, Ohio Players, Average White Band. Those kind of artists are what I look to. When I hear that stuff on the radio, I turn it up!
When I was in high school, The Dave Matthews Band was a local band, and that was the first time I was starting to connect with a live band that was something that wasn’t on the radio or TV.
I’m running a radio station.
I think we’re going to have to forget about the radio and just go back to word of mouth.
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Here are some shows I’m hustling at Balliceaux this week…
NEXT NEW SHOW: 05/20/13 New show times. The Bopst Show airs Sundays, 11PM and Tuesdays, 6PM (EST-USA) on KAOS Radio Austin.
Figure by Todd Wellmann
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