Monday, January 11, 2010

WHFS 102.3 05-03-1983 From DaveB

This is a tape from DJ Mark full of instrumental fusion/space music.

198MB, MP3@320, 92 Minutes

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9 comments:

Bill said...

Happy New Year out there in HFS land and thanks for being there.

Camarillo Brillo said...

Happy New Year to you too Bill!

Camarillo Brillo said...

Here's an email from Donnie:

I tried to post a thank you on your blog but apparently my account is screwed up. So: THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! Strangely I'm listening to hfstival echoes on whfs.com/94.7 HD2 and came across your blog once more. They keep IDing as 99.1 hfs and its driving me into an adrenaline rush. I don't know how many people were looking at the clock today at noon but I sure was. Thank you and all involved for bringing us the best station ever built. Donnie

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year CB.

What a GREAT tape to start off with. Late night with Mark was definitely some strange stuff. Esoteric is a great way to describe the works he played.

Of note, the second side is a very rare album from Vangelis (from Heaven and Hell, Jon & Vangelis, Chariots of Fire, and numerous other albums). Albedo-039 is the reflectivity of the earth -- and this is definitely a space enabled album. I don't know if you planned on posting that, but it was great to hear it again...

I hope all enjoy these great tapes! I know I sure do. Thanks for Posting!

Anonymous said...

I almost forgot... at the end of Albedo 039 is a cut from Joe Walsh's "But Seriously Folks". The song "Theme from Boat Wierdo's", seems to be a nice return to reality from the deep space provided by Vangelis. I really thought this was a such a cool song - spacey in its own right, and such a juxtaposition from Walsh's more popular tunes such as "Life's been good" -- a popish summary of the life of a rock star...

Anyway -- I hope all enjoy both the HFS tape, as well as the Vangelis tape (if you are into that stuff).

Dave B.

Anonymous said...

Listening to Mark -- about 14 minutes into it sounds a LOT like Happy the Man (?) -- not sure if anyone recognizes any of these groups/songs, but would appreciate any input anyone has...

And what about Mark's Theme -- I heard it ALL the time (at 2 in the mornings) but I don't know that I ever heard him say what that song was or who did it... I think it was Bob that used some music from Bill Nelson... but I am even foggy on that...

Dave B.

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Martin said...

Regarding the DJ themes, Mark's theme is Yadig? by the James Gang.

Bob's opening theme was Hawaiian Two-Step by John Fahey, and his closing theme was 'The Penny Whistle Song' by Hoyt Axton.

Many thanks for all of the great tunes. I feel like I'm living my college days over again. -Martin

Camarillo Brillo said...

thanks for that Martin!

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