A show dedicated to the music of Paul Motian. Paul spent his lifetime (1931- 2011) in Jazz as a drummer, composer, sideman and band leader. Each week, the show centers around a theme such as early influences, particular compositions, a time period or his work with specific players. The show also features short readings from his autobiography, journals and interviews. Input and questions from the community are welcome.
There will not be any new shows in November as I will be out of town. Check out the 167! Podcasts available for listening here: https://jazzcloset.blogspot.com/p/show-links_71.html and here: https://jazzcloset.blogspot.com/p/archived-shows.html
If you listen live, WRFR will run repeats of shows in my regular time slot Mondays 3-5pm.
Professor Bop and his sometimes able assistant explore the Jurassic era of modern american music, (yes, the contradiction in terms is intentional) called Bebop. We will feature such noteworthy constituents as Bird, Diz, Monk, Fats, Klook, and Bud. Some forays into more modern jazz are possible with a smattering of Beatniks thrown in.
Join host, Jo Lindsay, Rockland Public Library ,Camden Public Library and the Rockport Library as they discuss upcoming events at the libraries. Informative and often funny, “Love My Library,” provides an in depth look at the programs offered at the Rockland and Camden Libraries. Join us for discussions, music, and laughter the last Friday of every month
The Rockpile Blues Hour from 5-6 pm will bring you the latest new blues music from new artists and some favorites from the past.
The Rockpile Radio Show from 6-7pm is a mix of classic rock from the 60s to the present with featured artist shows. special in-studio guests, requests, and lots of info about the music you hear.
The program showcases a variety of musical genres including the Blues, Jazz, Rock and Pop, Country, the Big Band era and more. Kyle plays only vinyl records from his extensive collection, broadcasting live. With turntables spinning, he travels back in time, “letting the tone arm gently ride the groove.”
Music that will celebrate and explore the road less traveled. For Roots, Folk, Blues, Rock, and Americana music from artists local and afar; familiar and not; old and new please join your host, Bruce Swan every Sunday at 9:00 AM or Saturday @ 10pm
A tour through my collection of sound recordings that are kept in my innersanctum known as 'The Flipside'. Sound recordings are in the form of 78 rpm records, 16-inch radio transcriptions, reel-to-reel tape, etc and include things from jazz, big band, classic radio broadcasts, novelty, rare, unusual and/or forgotten goodies!"
Beacon is a website and podcast created by the Maine People’s Alliance to highlight the experiences of everyday Mainers, share information about the political and policy processes that affect Maine people and promote a progressive worldview based on community, fairness and investing in the future.
We’re proud to feature rigorous reporting, political analysis and smart, progressive voices from across the state. If you’re interested in contributing to the site, please get in touch.
This show brings you back to those exciting, enchanting days of the 1940′s and 50′s, when families & friends gathered to “watch the radio”.at home, or in the car. Back when the storytellers of the day brought their tales to hundreds of radio theater troupes across America and the world. Enjoy selections from these lively comedies, relentless detectives, gripping dramas, cowboys, Native Americans, soldiers, pirates and spies in endless tumult, out-of-this-world science fiction and more.
Weekend Roundtable brings listeners the latest about one of Knox County’s biggest, most politically-connected and controversial employers the Maine State Prison! Join host Ron Huber for an hour of investigative journalism, discussion and commentary about the Maine State Prison system—its regulations and policies and how well it meets them. Learn about the industry side of the “Prison-Industrial Complex”, elements of the “Good Old Boy Network” involved, and efforts to privatize Maine’s prisons, and hear reviews of conditions inside from prison guards and inmates. All interlaced with the wild music of Jimi Hendrix. Call-ins welcome at 207-593-0013
For people who enjoy, work on and care about Maine’s biggest bay. While relaxing to the natural and human sounds of Penobscot Bay–its waves, winds and wildlife; its foghorns, fishing craft and ferryboats–get your weekly update on the doings of local, state and federal agencies and interest groups grappling with overseeing the bay’s commercial and recreational fishers and hunters, aquaculturists, coastal developer wannabes, and its licensed and unlicensed dischargers.
Hear recordings from recent bay-related meetings and public hearings, interviews with retired and working sea captains and readings from 19th century marine scientists exploring and documenting the state of the bay and the Gulf of Maine before the twentieth century’s mechanized fisheries, petrochemicals and other advanced technology changed them forever. And learn how to become a Penobscot Bay Report radio correspondent!
Music from artists that you probably know, but never get any air time – and leaves you wondering "why?" All things obscure and strange. Songs that move you and make you think. Musicians such as: Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Guns and Roses, and Alice in Chains. A wide range of genres played with extreme change ups from one song to the next. Always a surprise with the…
Morning Mental Health radio show! Requests @ 593-0013
ArtBeat: Live commentary and recorded interviews and conversations with art makers and supporters in Maine and beyond are the core of ArtBeat’s one-hour show. The unedited recordings take place in the studios and exhibition spaces where work is being produced and shown. Like a cop on her beat, ArtBeat strives to be on the ground close to the action and to set a tone of candid, in-the-moment connectedness.
Depois do Luar, duas vezes por semana, há ondas e sal, construtores navais e velejadores, histórias locais ou contos de oceanos distantes entre salpicos de Rock, Surf-Rock, Garage e Punk. Tudo para Partir a Ancora,
Terças em Inglês das 22-23H (03-04H hora de Lisboa) e Quinta-Feira pela mesma hora em português com João Bentes.
Aparece e Parte a Âncora
Twice a week after the moonrise in Rockland, there are waves and salt, boatbuilders and sailors, local stories or tales from far away oceans through splashes of Rock, Surf-Rock, Garage and Punk. Hear it all on Break the Anchor.
Tuesdays in English from 10-11pm and Thursdays in Portuguese at the same time in the evening with JB. Tune in … and break the anchor
Farmer’s Got More Than Blues is a fusion of electric blues, rock blues, funky blues, folk blues, soulful blues and contemporary blues. Each week Bonnie Farmer, your host, will bring to the air upbeat dance music with great rhythms and tempos.
Sonja Sleeper is your host. This show is about the basics: what, who, where, and even the occasional why. But what does that mean? Topics to be discussed can be anything. How about some tips on modern etiquette? Ecology? When to clear your yard in the spring for optimum overwintering creature survival? How about the mysteries of property appraisal?
This is educational with a bit of humour, so we can all have a better understanding of the world around us via the little things. I came up with this idea because for me the day to day practicalities just weren’t there. We need to know more about the world around us without headlines and sound bites or a sales pitch. I will not pretend to be an expert or have a degree in the topic but I do promise to have done my homework. The format is not fully developed now, it will be a work in progress, there will be some music mixed in, a random thoughts section and a central topic to start.
THE CENTER MUST HOLD is a bi-weekly radio call-in program looking at developments of interest, both political and cultural, local and global, with a decidedly irreverent slant.
"Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world."
But friends... With all due apologies to William Butler, The Center Must Hold...
Eric Your host, a sometime instructor and former student of the Autodidact, and currently licensed trial balloon test pilot.Will present topics,from multiple viewpoints, striving to entertain, illuminate and celebrate the human condition.
But remember correlation is not causation. And nobody ever makes it out alive...
Tune in Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00 - 7:00
Rockland Metro is a discussion show focusing on issues that impact our area. Every week a new topic is examined. Join the dialogue at the studio (207) 593-0013. Check out the topic for the week by visiting The Buzz, or pick up a new issue around town on Fridays. To join us in the studio please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Goin to Ground”
A Round-table dinner/discussion often follows the show. For more info & to reserve a seat at the table email email@example.com or call him @ 701-5164.
This is a show featuring LPs (mostly,)
and will be a mix of many kinds of music: early Rock, Jazz, some Bluegrass and Alt Country. But all tied together by the foundation players. ie; a John Mayall, followed by songs from the artists he influenced: Clapton, Page, McVie, Beck, etc..