An hour with the Wild One from Louisiana, Jerry Lee Lewis, featuring interviews from the man himself, and rockin’ tracks selected from his expansive career.
Chris Isaak and his drummer Kenny Dale Johnson visit the basement record library for banter, quips and live performances straight out of their cable TV show.
Nino Tempo & April Stevens: Deep Purple
Everly Brothers: Send Me the Pillow You Dream On
Chris Isaak: American Boy
Lovin’ Spoonful: Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind
Johnny Burnette & Rock n’ Roll Trio: Tear It Up
Chris Isaak: So Lovely
He never lived the reputation down. A retrospective of the tragic life and brilliant career of the master of the Telecaster.
“I, Flathead” himself makes a rare public appearance on the radio, visiting the basement record library to discuss his work in Cuba, East Los Angeles and his new anthology of his cult favorite solo records.
From the forthcoming DVD special feature to his new video release, Steve Miller takes a cab ride around his old stomping grounds and recalls the glory days of Chicago blues.
Rare tracks from ‘70s soundtrack albums featuring players, pimps and a whole host of bad mothers. Shut your mouth. But I’m talking ‘bout Selvin On the City.
Open Source Music has obtained the highly regarded radio show “Selvin On The City” for podcasting. Long time rock critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, Joel Selvin‘s weekly radio shows will be posted here. These shows feature obscure recordings from his world renowned record collection. He’s got special guests joining him for some of his shows. They include Steve Miller, Sammy Hagar, Chris Issak, and Ry Cooder to name a few. These shows are entertaining and informative. We hope you’ll enjoy them.
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