Slate Dump

Slate Dump

It’s week five of the audio version of Radio Free Charleston on New Appalachian Radio. You can listen to this week’s show streaming Tuesday at 10 AM and 10 PM, Thursday at midnight and early Sunday morning at 2 AM. Our archived shows can be found HERE.

This week the theme of our second hour is the music of Slate Dump, as peformed by his friends. Slate Dump is a one-man band and songwriter who originally hailed from Southern West Virginia. He also kicks off the show this week.

Update: You can listen to this show now in the Voices of Appalachia archive HERE.

Our playlist:

Slate Dump “Co-Dependent Shuffle”
Mark Beckner “Ain’t It Hard”
Kenneth Brian Band with Lillie Mae Rische “Last Call”
Southern Culture On The Skids “King of the Mountain”

The Renfields “Transylvania Fight Song”
Donny Iris “Songs of Summer”
Scooter Scudieri “Round and Round”
Todd Burge “My Kind of Town”

Unknown Hinson “I Cleaned Out A Room For You”
New Logo 109Blue Million “Down To A Groove”
Stephanie Deskins “Godless”
Spurgie Hankins Band “Seagull”

Strawfyssh “Choppin’ Broccoli”
Kevin Duffer “Harder Days”

Hour Two–the songs of Slate Dump

J. Marinelli “The Ballad of Pop Bottle Pete”
Sam Taylor “Behind The Ears”
Sleepy Eyes Nelson “The Tragic Tale of Kazimir Kiskis”
Tongue Tied Twin “Safety Rope”

The Stalnaker Brothers “The Last Buck Dance”
Tucker Riggleman “Your Man”
Tyler Timebomb “Leave The Light On”
Nick Ledford “Bedbug Epidemic”

Walt Phelan “Shoulder pt. one”
The Discovery Flannel “Dubber’s Theme”
Esmerelda Strange “Love Bug”
Mussy Cloves “Disillusionment”

Johnny Lowebrow “Burl Ives Must Suffer”
SlamDance “Requiem for a Canary”
Badger Fight “I’m a Creeper”
Black River Bluesman and Bad Mood Hudson, “I’m a Creeper”

Sleepy Eyes Nelson “Ballad of Pop Bottle Pete”

Next week the second hour of the show will recreate the original Radio Free Charleston experience by combining the best of two shows from March, 1990 into a one-hour block of music, in-studio guests, improv comedy bits with me, Brian Young and Bridget Lancaster and vintage commercials that ran on the show back then.