The Motet will stay in their hometown of Boulder, Colorado to celebrate Halloween tonight with their fans and finish what they started over the weekend.
Last month Pink Floyd launched the Why Pink Floyd? catalog series with a remastered version of Dark Side of The Moon coupled with the live legendary performance at Wembley Stadium in November of 1974.
Incase you missed the Endless Boundaries Halloween Radio Special last night on Z889, here’s the ripping cover of ZZ Top’s “Cheap Sunglasses” from Raq recorded live at Cervantes in Denver on January 24th, 2004.
Taped by: Mike Doran
Endless Boundaries Jam Radio
WBZC-FM Philadelphia/South Jersey
#679 – Halloween Radio Special
* = new to rotation
Quagmire Swim Team: Thriller (11.26.03 ABC – Harrisburg – PA)
U-Melt: Dear Prudence > Divided Sky Jam > Dear Prudence (10.26.06 – Red Square – Albany – NY)
Peter Tosh: Vampire ‘Dub Version’ (Equal Rights – Legacy Edition)
Ween: Voodoo Lady (Dude Where’s My Car Soundtrack)
Zoogma: Ghostbusters featuring Albert Suttle of Perpetual Groove on Drums (5.29.11 Amberland XII – Cherokee Farms – La Fayette – GA)
The Halloween covers continue as we’re only one day away from the Endless Boundaries Halloween Radio Special airing tomorrow night on Z88-9FM. Today’s selection features Oxford, MS’s Zoogma taking on Ray Parker Jr’s “Ghostbusters” with special guest Albert Suttle (Perpetual Groove) on Drums.
Headed to a Halloween party this weekend? Take Moksha’s Halloween Medley with you and help everyone get into the spirit of things.
Moksha’s Halloween Medley features: “Black Sabbath” > “Theme from Halloween” > “I put a Spell on You” > “Kick in the Door” > “I Put a Spell on You” > “Black Sabbath”) recorded live at The Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas on October 30th, 2010.
Continuing to gear up for the Endless Boundaries Halloween Radio special (Ep.#679) which will feature covers intertwined with devilish-horror music and sound effects, I figured I would begin to offer up a few covers leading up to the broadcast on Saturday night.
Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the double album release, Electric Ladyland, from the Jimi Hendrix Experience. For anyone who listens to my radio show, they’d know this album is a top five personal favorite.
It was a throwback to the 90′s of sorts last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live. After comical conversation and interview with Zach Galifianakis, Kimmel brought out Mike Judge to promote the return of Beavis and Butt-head on MTV.