The Bopst Show: “Bend My Ear” (Episode 61)

Featuring Minnie Pearl, The Tune-Yards, The Tornadoes, Public Image LTD., The Supersuckers, Prince Charles & His Royal Cats, Ros Sereysothea, and more…


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Title: The Bopst Show: “Bend My Ear (Episode 61)”
Rating: PG (Adult Situations)
Intent: To not play a single song by a recently deceased self-entitled millionaire pedophile
Quality Diversion: The other young man woke up in the middle of the night to find Murphy giving him mouth-to-penis resuscitation.
Suggested Absurd News Story Reading by Geographical Region: Richmond, Va.
Request Line: (804) 767-2550
Construction Dates: Wednesday-Thursday, June 24th & 25th, 2009
Equipment: Mac G4, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 Microphone
Posted: Monday June 27th, 2009
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: Minnie Pearl, The Tune-Yards, The Tornadoes, Public Image LTD., The Supersuckers, Prince Charles & His Royal Cats, Ros Sereysothea, Hanna-Barbera Theme, Ratatat, The Proletariat, Dale Watson, The African Brothers, Coconot, Plantlife, Brain Eno, Panther, Koko Taylor, Alabama 3, Dario, Reunion
Mixed by: Chris Bopst
Art: Chris Bopst

Liner Notes:
If you are wondering who says, “Could you play a Led Zeppelin tune on this?’ on this episode, well, wonder no more. It’s Chris Ferrera. The former Richmond resident put together a segment for The Signal (Saturdays, 12PM-7PM, on Baltimore NPR station, WYPR 88.1 FM) about Baltimore’s premier audio savant, Peter Blasser. The guy makes all sorts of instruments using just about anything he can get his hands on and the show is well worth a listen if you are interested in unique musical inspirations. I used (and remixed) the promo teaser Chris sent out before the program originally aired.

To listen to the show online, click here.
For more information on Peter Blasser, click here.

Lost in the sickening barrage of news regarding Michael Jackson’s death (not to mention Farrah Fawcett, Ed McMahon & the false reports of Jeff Goldblum’s passing), Sky Saxon, founding member and lead singer of The Seeds (best known for the garage rock standard, “Pushing Too Hard”) passed away at the estimated age of 63. He was one of the good ones.

And as is the case with all good people worth remembering, he refrained from having sex with children.

For more information on Sky Saxon, click here.

Now here is a trend I’d like to see continue.

Question: Who you rather have as a neighbor? this person or this person?

If you got the time, will or inclination, The Richmond Folk Festival, taking place October 9th-11th this year, needs volunteers. Register online here. You will be glad you did.

NEXT SHOW: 7/06/09

The set list for this week’s show is posted here. All previous show set lists (61 as of this writing) are on my blog.

2 hours of Bopst Show programming airs Sundays, 10AM-12PM (EST-USA), on KAOS Radio Austin.

Until Next Time:

Stay Clean,

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