Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Stone Temple Pilots: Westwood One Show #96-29 For Broadcast The Week Of July 15, 1996




This is a rip from my Pre-FM CD of STP, Westwood One Radio Show #96-29 For Broadcast The Week Of July 15,1988. Live from The Centrum in Worcester, MA. See attached image for playlist. Commercials omitted. Sweet!



70MB, MP3@320, 36 Minutes

http://rapidshare.com/files/124939205/STP_WESTWOOD_ONE_SHOW__96-29.rar

9 comments:

Jurjen said...

Do you have any of Rusty Wier?

Camarillo Brillo said...

Nope, do you?

Anonymous said...

HFS fan: I was listening to a Bob show on the way to work. I almost started to cry when the song, "I walk by your house.'' came on. I had it on a tape that I lost or broke. I waited for Bob to tell me who did it and then the tape ended.Oh well. But who did, "I walk by your house.''? Thanks. Hope all is well.

bill

Camarillo Brillo said...

Hi Bill...All is well...You?

Here you go...

THE INDIVIDUALS - “Walk By Your House”
from Fields/Aquamarine (Bar None)


Glenn Ridge, New Jersey, native and then-NYU student Glenn Morrow followed a girlfriend to Hoboken in 1976, and before long his band “a” was the first to play Maxwell’s. He later formed the Individuals, a four-piece act informed by new wave, punk and the first bits of indie rock. Along with other local acts like the dBs, the Bongos and the Feelies, they formed the basis for what was known as the “Hoboken sound.” In a press release, Morrow calls the sound “agit-pop,” or “music to leave you happily agitated.” (Like scribe/songwriter John Roderick of the Long Winters, Morrow’s also a disgustingly good writer.)

The Individuals were moderately successful, getting play on stations on Long Island and DC, and putting together a DIY cross country tour before many bands figured out how. Their debut EP, Aquamarine and only LP, Fields, received glowing reviews from the Village Voice and The New York Times, but the band didn’t last. Now, two and a half decades later, Morrow’s Bar/None Records has gotten the masters back and reissued them on a single CD. “I thought before the CD was completely defunct I figure I outta get it out on CD,” says Morrow, who still lives in Hoboken.

“Walk By Your House,” evokes new wave in its attempts to be a big, epic pop song about teenage lust, but in the middle breaks out an extremely long, indie-rock-precursor guitar solo. Its scratchy guitars and bouncy rhythm sound very aughts, but it’s too lackadaisical for radio today, also too cheeky and innocent. The narrator gets with his girl at a local kegger (“the party is rising” while “deep in the bushes” folks are gossiping), and then later cases her house. The loud, climatic guitar clangs at the end leave no doubt that he has achieved success.

Anonymous said...

Here's another vote for best American music website. I get my question answered and plenty of information to go with it. Oh, gosh. thanks
bill

Camarillo Brillo said...

my pleasure Bill!

WIZZARD said...

Thanks alot my friend!I will follow up Bill with another vote for"Best American Music" site!Keep Rockin!

WIZZARD said...

Thanks alot for this great performance! I will follow up Bill with another vote for "Best American Music" site! Keep rockin my friend!

Camarillo Brillo said...

Wizzzzzzzzz!

What This Is All About

I've been collecting live music from various sources since the mid to late 70's. Radio shows, TV broadcasts, radio show pre-FM CD's and vinyl LP's and some trades. Most of the shows posted here, I recorded and ripped myself. I always had top of the line stereo equipment and cassette and open reel recorders for those on air broadcasts.

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