Friday, March 30, 2007

Ok I'm going to get serious here!

Starting today I will start posting random songs from my mp3 collection. Most of these songs will appeal to long time listeners to the Klassic rock radio staition KSHE 95 in St. Louis. These are songs that mostly have long been associated with that radio station, many of which are out of print. Other selections will be from music that I picked up over the years from travelling all over the world and of various genres that I just think sound cool.

I will try to post a dozen songs at a time, once a week (or maybe more) and the occasionally Klassic albums. Bit rates will vary. Just follow the links and click on "Download This File"

Lets get the show on the road!!!

Demin - Throw Away

Head East - Get Up & Enjoy Yourself

Painter - Tell Me Why

Dickey Betts - Bouganvillea

Danny Spanos - Hot Cherie

Robert Earl Keen - Dreadful Selfish Crime

Kate Wolf - Eyes Of A Painter

Barefoot Jerry - If There Was Only Time For Love

Robert Palmer - Every Kind Of People

Peter Rowan - Free Mexican Airforce

The Blend - The Prize

Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra

I hope you all like what I offered up. You should be able to find at least something that you find interesting here. I have over 7000 tunes in my collection to choose from so keep your eye on this blog, something is bound to come up that you are looking for.

If you like what you hear please research the aritst and buy their music, it will sound so much better than this condensed mp3 crap and they deserve it anyway!

Thanks for listening, comments are welcome.


5 comments:

whiteray said...

A nice mix for your first post! Thanks for the visit and the compliment. (Texas Gal said I should be sure to tell you that Head East was one of the pleasures of her younger days.)

Buddy said...

Loving the Kate Wolf song! Never heard her before, thanks for the suggestions. Love that one! Can't wait to hear more.

fwacbar said...

Some very interesting music you have put us onto. What the web does best, introduce people to music they just can't hear anywhere else! Very nice set for your first post!

Thanks!

Mark said...

Thank You for having Barefoot Jerry. I had come from Chicago to Bowling Green, KY to begin my Freshman year at Western Kentucky University when that song was a top 10 at top 40 radio WBGN. What fond memories of me listening in my 1969 Pontiac Catalina in the parking lot next the Keen Hall.

Thanks again,
Mark

DaveLou said...

As follow-up to Mark's comment, I was playing that Barefoot Jerry record on WBGN in the fall of '74 when you heard it there. Finally, this track is on YouTube