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The mashup podcasts always seem to be the most popular, so heres a new one for ya!

**CAUTION** Theres a bit of explicit language near the beginning of this one. I didnt realize we'd started recording, but Matt liked it, so we left it in.

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I've been meaning to do this for the last couple of Christmases. Everyone who knows me well knows how much I love Christmas music. My friend Mary asked me what my favorite Xmas songs are, and it finally inspired me to put this cast together. These are my favorite Christmas songs. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

5. I Believe In Father Christmas - Greg Lake

Be it heaven or hell, the Christmas we get, we deserve. Cynical, but sobering, and somehow comforting.

4. If I Get Home On Christmas Day - Elvis Presley

Some critics say this was the best vocal ever recorded by The King.

3. Christmas In Hollis - Run-DMC

"Each and every year we bust Christmas carols!" This song is so much fun. I dare you not to sing along.

2. Baby Please Come Home - U2

A much more raw version than the Darlene Love original.

1. Step Into Christmas - Elton John

Not only my favorite Elton John song, but quite possibly my All-Time Favorite song of any kind. I could hear it every day and never get tired of it.

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I did an annual Christmas show on Rock 106.1 in Gallup, New Mexico from 2002 to 2005. My PD, Blas Saucedo knew how much I loved Christmas tunes and asked me if I wanted to do a full hour. We liked it so much that the next year we decided to expand the show to 2 hours. We put together some awesome rock Xmas tunes. This was the last Christmas show I did in Gallup, the Saturday before Christmas in 2005. These aint your Grandma's Christmas carols!

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We're back with another podcast! This time we play some of our favorite KISS tunes.

Below, KISS backstage pass. Hot In The Shade tour. 5/17/90 Terre Haute, Indiana birthplace of The KISS Army! Gene was cool, but didnt do autographs. Paul was reserved but friendly. Eric Carr was nice as could be. Bruce Kulick was just happy to be there.

 

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On June 25, 2009 we lost Michael Jackson. For a long time before that day I'd become used to hearing his name and rolling my eyes at whatever outrageous behavior he was exhibiting. It was like I'd forgotten that I'd grown up listening to his music. Like I hadnt loved and played his music on the radio throughout my entire career. Putting this podcast together was much more of an emotional journey than I ever thought it would be. I reacquainted myself with what Michael was all about, which was much, much more than just music.

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12 great new mashups. The cool thing about mashups is that new ones are created all the time. We could probably do a new podcast every week and never stay on top 'em. Pardon the lousy chatter audio, Skype was giving us trouble and I had to connect through the laptop.

Dave:

(Bob Seger Old Time Rock N Roll, Village People YMCA)
(counting crows mr jones tom jones its not unusual)
Get Ready To Call Me(blondie call me temptations get ready)

Matt:

(ben e king stand by me police every breath you take)
(prince 1999, the who baba oreily, pitbull bojangles)
Party Ben (timbaland the way i are, kim wilde you keep me hangin on)

Dave:

(zeppelin fool in the rain, gwen stefani the great escape)
(joan jett i love rock and roll, beastie boys no sleep til brooklyn)
(ram jam black betty, c and c music factory gonna make ya sweat)

Matt:

(miley cyrus party in the usa, will smith party starter, dr dre the next episode, notorious big party and bullshit)
Epic Rock (queen we will rock you, faith no more epic, ac dc back in black)
Don't Fight The Seether by Party Ben (veruca salt seether, pussycat dolls dontcha)

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Recorded this podcast during the Winter Dance Party 2010 when Matt Carter visited Studio B in North Carolina. We talk about our 5 favorite bands to play on the radio.

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John Rabold makes his podcast debut and counts down his All-Time Top 5 Favorite songs.

***Warning!*** There is some explicit language at the very end of the podcast. After so many years under the watchful eyes of the FCC, John couldnt restrain himself.

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What would your personal radio station sound like? What would a radio station sound like if YOU programmed it to what YOU wanted to hear? Not as a radio person worried about building an audience, but as its only listener, the only person you are trying to please.

Theres no annoying disc jockey chatter in this one, we just rolled the tunes. We made an automated liner for the beginning of each set. You can make your own right here: http://public.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php

If there ever is a "Dave FM" or a "Matt FM", the first 5 songs might sound a lot like this.

Matt FM

Dave FM

 

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We finally put another podcast together. We found some old tunes that never made it to CD and thought we'd share them here. Hope you enjoy the Vinyl Recovery Project.

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Mashups might be the coolest fad ever in pop music. Here are some of our favorites.

Set List:

Matt:

Everybody's in a 7 Nation Army (backstreet boys we've got it going on, white stripes 7 nation army)
Led Snooplin by Party Ben (snoop drop it like its hot, zepplin whole lotta love)
Thunderbusters (ray parker jr ghostbusters, ac dc thunderstruck)

Dave:

Kung Fu Princes (carl douglas kung fu fighting, spin doctors two princes)
Wild Lick (kiss lick it up, tone loc wild thing)
Stayin Alive in The Club (50 cent in the club, bee gees stayin alive)

Matt:

Mmmm Body Rockin (hansom mmm bop, beastie boys bodyrock)
Walkin Out Your Girlfriend (avril lavigne girlfriend, unk walk it out, toni basil mickey)
Pass The Dutch Everywhere (fleetwood mac everywhere, missy elliot pass the dutch)

Dave:

Queen we will rock you, outkast hey ya
Big Shot Pimpin (billy joel big shot, jayz big pimpin)
Get Ready To Call Me (blondie call me, temptations get ready)

Matt:

If I Were A Free Fallin Boy dj Earwrom (tom petty free fallin, beyonce if i were a boy)
crazy little thing called rehab (queen crazy little thing called love, amy winehouse rehab)
the safety booty (men without hats the safety dance, bubba sparxxx ms new booty)

Dave:

Take It Easy On Me (commodores easy, aha take on me)
More Than On Point (boston more than a feeling, house of pain on point)
Sweet Episode (dr dre the next episode guns and roses sweet child of mine)

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Matt and I play some of the tunes and artists we introduced to each other over the years.

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Everyone has that quirky artist they love that nobody else ever heard of. I think radio people just have more of them. Matt Carter and I take an extended look at some of those songs that we ran across over the years.

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For our second podcast, we used Skype and hope you enjoy the enhanced audio deliciousness!

You know the ones. Someone in the sales department probably came up with it. Didnt care if it was right for the station, they had an angle to sell it. Of course, once it was sold it was up to programming to figure out how to make it work. And a lot of times, it didnt.

This podcast is about the WORST radio promotions, remotes, and/or giveaways that Dave North and Matt Carter have been involved in!!!!

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Major Tom Nisen and I met when I returned to WASK Lafayette for my 3rd tour. We'd both been banging our bongo drums around the Lafayette area for several years, but our paths never seemed to cross. We quickly became good friends.

Major Tom visited Studio B in May 2009 along with our pal Matt Carter. After a long day of driving, we just decided to let the tape roll and see what we came up with. Since this was Major Toms first venture into the online broadcast world, we let him choose the music that separates the segments. You wont find anything brilliant here. This is just 3 old friends having fun.

!!!!!!!!!! WARNING !!!!!!!!!!

This podcast contains explicit language and is not suitable for anyone under 18. Life is like that sometimes.

 

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