Image2Playlist RFCv3 #15

This week’s Radio Free Charleston on New Appalachian Radio features a ton of great local music in our first hour, and then flashes back to 1990 for even more cool local stuff from the RFC Archives as we bring you the entire First Step local music sampler released orginally by Rock 105.

NAR log 106You 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!

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

Before we get to the fine vintage music, we have a tasty crop of (mostly) more recent local and regional music, kicking off with Qiet.

Qiet “Little Window”
Io and the Ions “There’s A Light”
Wolfgang Parker “The Mice, The Demons and The Piggies”

Todd Burge with Kathy Mattea “Change”
Sasha Colette, John Lilly and Jonathan Glen Wood “Walking Cane”
Underdog Blues Revue “What You Say”

Trielement “Seven Dirty Words”
Stephen Beckner “Falling Star”
Paul Calicoat “Trampled Flowers”

DEVO “Clockout”
Hasil Adkins “She Said”
69 Fingers “How To Get A New Life”

Our second-hour theme is The First Step Sampler, a compilation of local music released by Lahm Productions and Rock 105 back in 1990.

First Step sampler


side one

Slick Six “Terri Ann”
Debut “Free Your Mind”
Night Fire “Change”
Big Money “Words On The Street”
Spyce “Freeway Rider”
Territories “Ghostown”

side two

Act 1 “Winners”
Xtasy “Give Me A Chance”
Tempest “What It’s Like To Be Me”
Annex “Blindsided”
Sound Advice “Say That You Love Me”
Brian Diller and the Ride “Don’t Stop at Anything”


Rounding out our second hour are rarities from the RFC broadcast archives:

Jim Wolfe “The Goober Special”
Atomic Cafe “The Trax”
Blue Million “Everything Inside Out”
Mark Mothersbaugh “Slactime”