Saturday, April 30, 2005

A Gig my band the Jars played in '79( Tumbleweed left the S off of Kennedys) Posted by Hello

Friday, April 29, 2005

May 15 on the Hangover-the music of Peggy Lee-singer-songwriter Posted by Hello

This Sundays Show on KWVA

This Sunday: "The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "A Quantity of Stuff, Part 1," a radio documentary about Brian Eno, 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM.

Also Doo-Wop and the usual stupid songs and Hangover cures.

Thursday, April 28, 2005

E Mail from the Great Rick Emerson:

Trust me, Marc...I feel your pain...

Thanks for listening to the show when you had the
chance, and keep watching my will be
posted there as it happens.

And, of course, you the Rick Emerson audience
continues to amaze me with their dedication. The folks
at have got an interesting
campaign going. Spread the word, if you re so

Don t let em grind you down,


Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Another Band Nervo and I played on the radio in the 70's-Look how stoned Deke is! Posted by Hello

My Pal Nervo

The pic below is of my longtime friend Gary Mollica aka Nervo-we used to hang out in Milford Connecticit in the early 70's and he would join me on my radio show "Syncopated Pandemonium" on WSHU-FM Fairfield CT-he would guest sometimes while I played Roxy Music, Hawkwind, Soft Machine, early Genesis, Pink Floyd, Pink Fairies, Big Star and many other early 70's legends.
He moved to Cleveland to WRUW and had his own show and was VERY active in the early CLE punk scene with bands like Pere Ubu, The Pagans DEVO and many others. This was while I was moving to Berkeley CA to work at Rather Ripped Records, Rasputins, and other record stores.
Later he moved out to Berkeley and joined the Jars and later The Art Faggots and much later Bo, and we ran Universal Records,and played music together till he moved to Pasadena and I moved to OR.
I have many stories of our adventures together and perhaps later I can remember some of them here.
Gary M, Nervo, Gary Mollica-another 1977 Radio Pioneer Posted by Hello

Why I was Terminated at KALX in 1977

I had a pretty good radio show in Berkeley in 1977-I was the first to play Anarchy by the Sex Pistols, interview the Nuns, John Cale, The Ramones and other punk bands, and if you click on the playlist below you'll see that I played the Damned the Dead Boys, Iggy and the Dolls when practically no one else was playing them in the Bay Area. Actually this playlist is later on cuz I was doing my show at KALX from 1975-1977.
Then some smart ass program director decided I played too much punk rock-(see the notes scribbled after the word'Diversity'). They offereed me a 3 oclock in the morning shift so I told them to shove it.
My next radio job was here in Eugene on KWVA-88.1-FM in 2003-Thanks to all of you for supporting the Sunday Morning Hangover.
KALX-UC Berkeley FM 90.7-Marc Time's Playlist for Thursday Night August 23 1977-click on pic to view selections... Posted by Hello
1950’S TOYS
11 AM-4 PM
(541) 345-3566
 Posted by Hello

Sunday, April 24, 2005

I'm STILL pissed offf..........

about Entercom dropping the Max 910 format and going with BORING oldies.What Am I Going to listen to on Monday?????
Happy Monday!-Take One of These... Posted by Hello

Friday, April 22, 2005

LAS VEGAS (AP) - The woman who claimed she found a finger in her bowl of Wendy's chili last month has been arrested, the latest twist in a bizarre case about how the 1 1/2-inch finger tip ended up in a bowl of fast food.-Anna Ayala was taken into custody late Thursday at her Las Vegas home, police said. Posted by Hello

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Dan Deacon Video ROCKS!

Shawn Mediaclast doppelganger creates Devo-esque masterpiece on Live TV:
Or Does the New Pope Look More Like Johnny Sack??? Posted by Hello

Sunday's Show

"The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "Bigshot: A Journey Through the Canyons of Vivian Stanshall's Mind, Part Two," 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM.

My Favorite Radio Station is Gone!!!

You may know that I DJ at KWVA-FM U of O radio but my fave station was one that I listened to while I worked-namely 910 AM KOTK Portland-Talk Radio for Guys. They had the Rick Emerson Show, kind of Portland's version of the Stern show;The Don and Mike show, a syndicated show of a coupla very funny guys from DC; and the Tom Leykis Show, a guy who many considered to be Howard Stern's succesor when he moves to Sirius.
Well today at 2 PM Max 910 went dead and was relaced by the most boring oldies radio format programmed and executed by Robots. No more live DJ's. Here's THEIR story:

"We wanted to let everyone know that at 2pm today 97.1 KISN FM was moved to its new home at 910 AM replacing MAX 910.
AM910 was actually KISN’s original dial position way back when, so it’s more like coming home for KISN. With the advent of high definition (digital) Radio on the horizon and a marked improvement in AM quality, music formats on the AM dial will become prevalent again. Unfortunately, we say goodbye to MAX910 and the many terrific talk radio talent that made it special: Don Imus, Rick Emerson, Don & Mike, Tom Leykis, Phil Hendrie and more. MAX910 has been a great ride and no doubt these very entertaining personalities will be back on the radio in Portland again soon."

This TOTALLY SUCKS and if this trend continues radio as we know it will DIE. I feel like I lost a friend. I called and complained but I know it does no good.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Hey! Doesn't the new Pope look a LOT like bad-guy actor Robert Loggia? Posted by Hello
Robert Loggia ( Feech from the Sopranos and Mr. Eddy from Lost Highway) Posted by Hello

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Just got a live DEVO show from SF in 1978-I was there! This cartoon sez it all. Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Friday, April 15, 2005

Gas Prices in Junction City, OR

As of Friday April 15 05 --$$$$$2.49 a gallon.
I DIG Yma Sumac-I think I will play some of her music on the Hangover Sunday. Posted by Hello

Sunday April 17 8AM on the Hangover

"The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "Bigshot: A Journey Through the Canyons of Vivian Stanshall's Mind, Part One," 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM.
Also: Selections from W's iPod.

Thursday, April 14, 2005

Virtual Bartenders 2

This time its 2 chicks who will fix drinks and do (almost) Whatever you want them to do:
This reminds me...what shade of lipstick should I wear to court today?? Posted by Hello

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Even W Listens to the Sunday Morning Hangover! Shouldn't You? Posted by Hello

Bush's iPod

Bush has an aide download music for him and listens to it while mountain biking, the New York Times reported.

But what songs are on there? Apparently the "First iPod", as the player has been dubbed, is heavy on country music, but also a few classics.

The songs include Van Morrison's Brown Eyed Girl, Stevie Ray Vaughan's The House is Rockin and Joni Mitchell's (You're So Square) Baby, I Don't Care.

My Sharona by The Knack also made it onto the "First iPod", as did John Fogerty's Centrefield. Fogerty was one of the artists on the Vote For Change tour aimed at getting the president out of office.
Also on there was the Dead Kennnedys' "Too Drunk To Fuck" , Throbbing Gristle's "Zyklon B . Zombie", and Amon Duul II's "Deutsch Nepal", as well as the complete catalogue of the Cramps and Little Marcy.

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Oh No another Monday Morning.... Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 09, 2005

My Frennn Shawn DJing at Freaks in the House --Hey I get to Host his Sonar Map radio show today(Saturday at 11AM) Posted by Hello

Junction City Gas Prices Today

$$$$2.45 a gallon unleaded
What a vibrant economy.

Friday, April 08, 2005

This Sunday's Show (Really)

ON THE AIR "The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "Jollity Farm: The History of the Bonzo Dog Band, Part Two" narrated by Neil Innes, 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM -

Thursday, April 07, 2005

Is It My Paranoid Mind...

or are Gas Prices rising higher quicker since the Nov. Bush Selection?
Nov 01, 2004 198.6
Nov 08, 2004 195.1
Nov 15, 2004 191.8
Nov 22, 2004 190.1
Nov 29, 2004 190.3
Dec 06, 2004 186.8
Dec 13, 2004 179.9
Dec 20, 2004 177.7
Dec 27, 2004 175.4
Jan 03, 2005 174.5
Jan 10, 2005 177.1
Jan 17, 2005 180.2
Jan 24, 2005 183.9
Jan 31, 2005 189.6
Feb 07, 2005 189
Feb 14, 2005 187.3
Feb 21, 2005 187.8
Feb 28, 2005 190.4
Mar 07, 2005 197.9
Mar 14, 2005 203.9
Mar 21, 2005 209.5
Mar 28, 2005 213.7
Apr 04, 2005 219.6
 Posted by Hello

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

First Terry Schiavo, then the Pope, and Now EZ Tree!

They just shut down my fave download site in the whole world---I am SO BUMMED!!!

Hello gals and guys,

We're very sorry having to tell you that we had to shut down EZT just a couple of minutes ago.

We got a call from our provider, they had received a few letters from a couple of lawyers. They requested EZT to be shut down immediately, otherwise we and the hosting service would be sued.

As you may imagine, we do not have the funds to fight a battle we most probably can't win anyway.

We would like to thank everyone here for their contributions to EZT, one way or the other, for sharing the music, sharing an ideal, for all your mails, rants, praises...

To say it with Joan Armatrading:

We had fun, fun, fun, fun
fun, fun, fun, fun
we had fun -- while it lasted...

--"Tall in the Saddle"--

You all take good care!

The EZT team:

The Previous Post was ..

A belated April Fools joke Just kiddin.
This weekend on the Hangover-2 Hours of the Music of.......... Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Booji Boy sticking his fork into the Toaster.... Posted by Hello

Tomorrow's Show

"The Sunday Morning Hangover" features "Jollity Farm: The History of the Bonzo Dog Band, Part One" narrated by Neil Innes, 8am, KWVA 88.1 FM.
Also lotsa April Fools nonsense and stupid songs.

Best Pizza on Earth

The Best Pizza I ever tasted-Last time I was there was years ago, but I can still remember that coal fired oven taste,and the taste of Pepes Clam Pizza.Chase it with a shorty and a side of clams on the half shell and you are in heaven. We once waited in line in a blinding snowstorm behind 20 other Pepes junkies to get in and it was worth it. Rumor has it that they are still the best-IF ANYONE READING THIS HAS BEEN THERE RECENTLY PLEASE RESPOND. Posted by Hello

Friday, April 01, 2005

BOB DYLAN- DEAD!!!-A Monumental Influence on all musicians--HE WILL BE MISSED!!!  Posted by Hello