Clam Radio Playlists

Clam Radio playlist for 12/03/2009

Various music.

Clam Radio playlist for 11/19/2009

Various songs and instrumentals as per usual.

Clam Radio playlist for 11/05/2009

Various songs, cartoon snippets and instrumentals. A shout out to Peter Noone, Art Garfunkel (b-days), Guy Fawks Night,and the Yankees winning their 27th World Series.

Clam Radio playlist for 10/22/2009

Some new music, some old music and a lot of me trying to convince our radio listeners to give the station some money. Our program director Angelo joins me towards the end of the second hour to help with the radiothon spiel.

Clam Radio playlist for 10/08/2009

A little of this and that and then a great interview with The Firesign Theatre's Phip Proctor.

Clam Radio playlist for 08/27/2009

Lots of Jim Dexter related music while waiting for Jim to show up. The last 1/2 hour of hour 2 I interview Jim and talk about all things.

Clam Radio playlist for 08/13/2009

Various songs and instrumentals with limited talking in between sets.

Clam Radio playlist for 07/30/2009

Susan DeVita joins me in this blatant celebration of self indulgence and the world of folk. Not to mention birthday salutes to the Govenator, Kate Bush and David Sanborn.

Clam Radio playlist for 07/16/2009

Interview with producer,musician,songwriter,and guitarist Teddy Kumpel.

Clam Radio playlist for 07/02/2009

In honor of Larry David's 62nd birthday we just wing it. Unfortunately, we were off the air for most of hour one. In hour two we reflect a bit on Michael Jackson's passing.

Clam Radio playlist for 06/18/2009

Our annual Paul McCartney special (falling on his actual 67th birthday) operates discreetly in the confines of our blues marathon. Yeah, Sir Paul has done some bluesy things - so we throw in a bunch along with the other Macca melodic classics and unreleased tidbits. A good time is had no less with lots of requests, a nod to Mr. Edison's 51st birthday but sadly no Susan DeVita to speak of (poor girl - couldn't make it).

Clam Radio playlist for 06/04/2009

The show opens with 37 minutes of songs relying heavily on "A" chords. Then, a small Anthony Braxton birthday celebration ensues followed by various songs from some new comers. Meanwhile,a bunch of frustration is continually revealed as CD player 1 refuses to play automatically and my ipod decides to stop playing for no good reason. Laura Tabacco drops by and gives me friendly advice about getting one's blood pressure checked.

Clam Radio playlist for 05/21/2009

Interview with multi talented musician Chris Pati.

Clam Radio playlist for 05/07/2009

Medical scenarios, new internet music from listeners, some oldies and my sister Laura drops by and tells us the many wonderful things you can do with vinegar.

Clam Radio playlist for 04/23/2009

This week I had no idea what to play and so it's a hodgepodge that for some reason had listeners calling in to pledge money. Some new material from Ms. DeVita and lots of old stuff no one ever plays anymore.

Clam Radio playlist for 04/09/2009

Talking about men with hats, matzoh ball soup, inflatable drums, politics and what's new with Susan DeVita who co-hosted this edition of Clam Radio. Finally!

Clam Radio playlist for 03/26/2009

Various music in odd time signatures. Things that sound influenced by Zappa and the occasional forgotten old song plus a few new ones by local artists.

Clam Radio playlist for 03/11/2009

Neatly edited music and a live interview with Marci Geller regarding Lucky 13.

Clam Radio playlist for 02/26/2009

Anthony Pomes and Paul Michael Barkan drop by to wish me a happy birthday and promote Mostly Moptop and other things. Some new music is played by yours truly and lots of ranting and raving over the evils of facebook.

Clam Radio playlist for 02/12/2009

This particular program features a live interview with author, guitarist, singer songwriter Debra DeSalvo. She performs a few songs live on acoustic guitar, discusses her new pop/rock group Devi and also her book "Language of the Blues". Also, a new song by Susan DeVita and JT is premiered called "Kind Of Relief".