Joe Bonamassa Monte Montgomery Leslie West Doug Austin Eileen Edmonds [New] Heart Emmylou Harris/The Band The Doors Steve Morse Band Chuck Jonkey Cathy Horner Brad Paisley.
...this week’s title poetically prophetic line is from The Doors a generation ago. And will remain so as long as imaginations are alive. Its that time of late summer when people here think of the rivuh--and that makes me think of the songs and tunes that permeate The Electric Croude this week. We set sail on the USS Gee Tarr.
I don’t want to talk too much about the music. I want it to be a sonic journey in the Croudelight Zone--sometimes smooth, sometimes rough--sometimes loud, sometimes soft--its eddies always expanding in diversive sonic tributaries that I hope are unexpected and entertaining for you. Its fun to mix national & local artists. Makes no difference to me whether you’re making $85 million a year or less--talent is my plumbline of what i enjoy presenting to you. This week’s program was originally scheduled for an earlier air date--technical complications outside of our facilities prevented that in analog capacity.
The Electric Croude every late Saturday at the midnight hour EDT on WCVE Public Radio. Simul streaming online at ideastations.org/radio.
My co-host at Café Croude--Hermie the Wistful Cricket--dodging the Frogger. But, of course.