The Playlist for this show is below followed by our current Upcoming Shows.
The Other Side (Music) with Mikail Grahm 05/01/2012 08:00PM to 10:00PM
08:11PM-08:14PM (3:00) The Penny Peeps “Model Village” from Psychedelic Obscutirites (CD, Single, Private) Local
08:14PM-08:17PM (3:00) Peter Murphy “Funtime” composed by Iggy Pop - David Bowie from Uncut (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:17PM-08:20PM (3:00) Sophia Loren “Zoo Be Zoo Be Zoo” composed by Anka from Best Of... (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:20PM-08:23PM (3:00) The Rolling Stones “The Lantern” composed by Bill Wyman from THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:23PM-08:26PM (3:00) And The Waters And the Waters Opened “unknown” from Between (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:26PM-08:32PM (5:23) The Bionaut “Electric Campfire (In a Neo-Ackerman Style)” from Lubricate Your Living Room (MP3, Single, Private, 2001) on Matador Records Local
08:32PM-08:35PM (3:00) Omar Khorshid “Raqset El Fadaa” composed by Omar Khorshid from Rhythms From The Orient (CD, Single, Private) on Umbrella Records Local
08:35PM-08:38PM (3:00) Edith Piaf “Je Hais Les Dimanches” from Greatest Hits (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:38PM-08:40PM (2:32) Slim Gaillard “Cement Mixer” from Cement Mixer Put-ti Put-ti (MP3, Single, Blues, 2010) Local
08:40PM-08:43PM (3:00) Slim Gailard “Organ Oreene” from Slim Gailard: The Ultimate Collection (Jazz, 2009) on Burning Fire Local
08:43PM-08:46PM (2:32) The Moving Finger “Pain Of My Misfortune” from Psychedelic Obscuritities (CD, Single, Rock, 2008) on PAPRCDLocal
08:46PM-08:49PM (2:50) Anan “I Wonder Where My Sister's Gone” from Paisley Pop - Pye Psych (& Other Colours) 1966-1969 (CD, Single, Rock, 2004) on Sanctuary Records Fontana Local
08:49PM-08:52PM (3:16) The Glass Menagerie “Frederick Jordan” from Psychedelic '60s - Rare Tracks (CD, Single, Rock, 2010) on Purple Pyramid Records
08:52PM-08:55PM (3:00) The Divine Comedy “Life On Mars” composed by David Bowie from Starman - UNCUT (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:55PM-08:58PM (3:00) Alejandro Escovedo “All The Young Dudes (Live)” from Starman UNCUT (MP3, Single, Private) Local
08:58PM-09:01PM (3:00) Peter Schirmann “Olivin” from popshopping 2 (CD, Single, Private)
09:01PM-09:04PM (3:14) The Markko Polo Adventurers “Song of India / Beggar's Procession” from Orienta (CD, Album, World, 2011) onUniverse Local
09:04PM-09:06PM (2:21) The Markko Polo Adventurers “Yokahama Ferryboat” from Orienta (CD, Album, World, 2011) on Universe Local
09:06PM-09:12PM (5:51) Kraftwerk “Radioland” from Radio-Activity (CD, Album, Private, 1992) on Cema Special Markets Local
09:12PM-09:17PM (4:40) Kraftwerk “Airwaves” from Radio-Activity (CD, Album, Private, 1992) on Cema Special Markets Local — the previous track was also on the "Cema Special Markets" label and not Capitol...
09:17PM-09:20PM (3:00) Morton Gould & RCA Symphony Orchestra “Stars & Stripes Forever” from America The Beautiful (LP, Album, Private) on RCA
09:20PM-09:23PM (3:00) Percy Faith “A Summer Place” from 16 Most Requested Songs (CD, Album, Americana, 1989) on CBS Records
09:23PM-09:26PM (3:00) The Robert Shaw Chorale “America The Beautiful” composed by Bates/Ward from America The Beautiful (LP, Album, Private) on RCA Local
09:26PM-09:29PM (3:00) Percy Faith “McArthur's Park” from 16 Most Requested Songs (CD, Album, Americana, 1989) on CBS Records
09:29PM-09:32PM (3:00) Billy Graham “The Heart Is a Rebel” from Decade Of Decision (LP, Album, Private) on World Records IncorporatedLocal
09:32PM-09:35PM (3:00) Angelica Passantino “Mommy, Daddy Jog With Me” from Golden gate Records (7 Inch, Single, 1980)
09:35PM-09:38PM (3:00) Konrad Dryden “San Francisco Guys & Girls” from 45 (7 Inch, Album, Private, 1980) on Golden Gate Records
09:38PM-09:41PM (3:00) The Love Machine “Mindblower” from Electronic Music To Blow Your Mind By!!! (CD, Album, Private, 2001) onZippy CD Company
May 8: 8pm - 10pm
“Tea time for the Theatre of the Mind”
People say radio is dead, well it's not true at KVMR and it's sure as hell not true for merry old England. On the next edition of The Other Side, guest host Casey Burke will showcase a cavalcade of radio shows from the BBC. Come with us on a journey though time and space with The Mighty Boosh, The Harpoon, At Home with the Snails, The Goon Show and many more. Expect British storytelling better the Charles Dickens's. Featuring classic, contemporary, comedy, drama and more straight from the other side.
May 15: 8pm - 10pm
“Drab As A Fool, Aloof As A Bard”
Climb aboard this musical roundabout celebrating an array of mind bending and hip shakin' songs. Join guest host Tenali on a two hour journey exploring a variety of music and snippets cloaked in veils of double entendre and intent. Including songs drenched in euphemism, hokum, nonsense, limericks, palindromes, and other assorted malarkey. Featuring various artists from the 1920s & 30s (Hokum Blues, Jazz, & Jug Band), odds and ends from the 1950s & 60s, and lots more!
May 22: 8pm - 10pm
“The Best of Mike & Julie (so far)”
Mike & Julie first met in 2006 (almost to the day this show airs) and then within the next 24 months created several special radio shows that showcased their wacky and bizarre way of interacting with one another and the world around. Tune in for a two hour look & listen to the best of these wacky kids from the other side.
May 29: 8pm - 10pm
“The Cover Girls Early Summer Special”
Yes siree their back and ready for yet another adventure into the bizarre world of musical tributes. They'll be featuring a wide array of classic hit covers from all around the globe, many of which you will recognize and many you'll just be scratching your head to figure out why di they do this? Join guest-tour guides PB & J - aka the "Cover-Girls", as they take you through more of the best, the worst, and the just plain wonderfully weird world of muscial covers.
June 5: 8pm - 10pm
“pre-empted for KVMR's Election Coverage”
June 12: 8pm - 10pm
“Ring Old Hammer, Hammer Ring!”
Oh, don't you hear the hammer? Hammer Ring!
Oh don't you hear the hammer? Hammer Ring!
Oh, it's ringin' in the wildwood. Hammer Ring!
An evening in reverence of the work songs from yesteryear. Join guest host Tenali for two hous of music brewed from the fields to the urban market. Including street vendor songs, harvest songs, gandy dancers, call-and-response, pastoral, and gosh knows what else. Featuring recordings by various Hillbilly and Blues artists from the 1920s & 30s, an assortment of recordings from the Alan Lomax treasure trove and lots more!
June 19: 8pm - 10pm
Each year for more than two decades, the music festival Zappanale welcomes fans to the small German town of Bad Doberan to celebrate the legacy of Frank Zappa. Host Mark Leviton will feature rare live recordings from past gatherings, along with music from ex-Mothers of Invention and Zappa admirers.
June 26: 8pm - 10pm
“An Evening with Walt Fraser”
In June of 1983 retiring brodcaster Walt Fraser joined the airwaves of KVMR. During those 29 years he has subbed for more shows than most DJ's ever think about. He's hosted, co-hosting or subbed for shows such as "Starlight Classics"; "Classics for Brunch"; "Baroque Music"; "Midnight Starlight Classics"; "Classics for Lovers"; "Classical Sunday"; Classical Edge; "Dawn Patrol"; "Movie Reviews" co-hosted with Jazz DJ Len Gorsky; "Public Affairs"; "Radio Forum", "Over 60 – Sunnyside Up"; Jazz Workshop; and most recently his last show "Afternoon Delight". Joine host Mikail Graham with his special guest Walt Fraser for two hours of memories and music as we look back at the life and history of this unique KVMR DJ.