NAR log 015RFCv3 #16

This week Radio Free Charleston’s streaming show at New Appalachian Radio features a host with a strained voice, great local and regional music and an extremely vague second-hour theme, “guitar.” We bring you music from the far Southern, Northern and Western boundaries of the Appalachain region and also blast you with a healthy dose of pure West Virginian goodness.

You can hear this episode now in the Voices of Appalachia Archives HERE.

You can listen to Radio Free Charleston’s  fun and exciting streaming radio incarnation at 10 AM and 10 PM on Tuesdays (and again at midnight Thursday) at New Appalachian Radio, part of Voices of Appalachia. If you miss it, check our the archives for previously-aired shows. You can also listen to Radio Free Charleston Saturday at Midnight. Saturday, RFC airs for six hours, starting at The Witching Hour!

3083921We kick off the show with Timothy Price, a friend from Georgia who has written a really cool book, Big In Japan, which he has turned into an audio book for which he has now released a soundtrack CD. Making it even cooler was that he got permission to include a cover of Led Zepplin’s “Kashmir.”

Timothy Price “Kashmir”
Byzantine “Purity”
Burt Reynolds Death Metal Experiment “Finding Emo”
Science of the Mind “Taste My Fist”

The Renfields “Mars Attacks”
Under The Radar “Mothman Prophecy #1”
Radio Cult “Man Made Monster”
Linnfinity “Martian’s Bloom”

Sheldon Vance “No Reason To Ask Why”
Stone Ka-Tet “Here It Comes Again”
Stark Raven “It Never Goes Away”

Wolfgang Parker “Blood Red Water”
Pepper Fandango “Make-out Bandit”
Crack The Sky “Still Be There”

NAR log 201Our second hour features some damn fine guitar work, and we kick off our second hour with an acoustic set featuring Timothy Price once more.

Timothy Price “Classical Gas”
Spencer Elliott “Some Forgotten Color”
Josh Buskirk “Neck Ties”

Next up with have a set of music by some of the various groups that Chuck Biel has assembled over the years. Chuck is one of my favorite people, which is why I let him get away with giving me CDs with no song titles on them. I have no idea what the first two songs in this set are called.

Punk Jazz “?”
Doctor Curmudgeon “?”
Underdog Blues Revue “Crescent City Stroll”

Trielement “Nut Butter”
John Lancaster “A Penchant for Hell on Earth part two”
Unknown Hinson “King of Country Western Troubadors”
The Jasons “Church Hymn”

That’s it for this week’s streaming show. Check back in a week for more RFC audio goodness on New Appalachian Radio.