Day 3 - On tap from NYC!

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John at Gigantic Studios, NYC - 5/16/06
Photo Courtesy of Doron Gild

All this week, John and Cheryl are broadcasting live from Gigantic Studios in NYC. Yesterday, everyone was totally blown away by Ghostland Observatory. Today, we roll on! Our Song of the Day podcast is “My Radio” from Fireworks On TV! by Bill Janovitz and Crown Victoria. Bill played an awesome set on Monday as part of our Live from NYC broadcast. Thanks again to Bill! Here’s today’s lineup... Enjoy!

7 am: French Kicks (previewing songs from their forthcoming unrleased record Two Thousand)

One More Time from The Trial of The Century - (MP3)
Following Waves from The Trial of The Century - (MP3)

9 am: Ambulance LTD
11 am: Summer Lawns
1 pm: We Are Scientists

Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt from With Love and Squalor - (WMA, Real)
The Great Escape from With Love and Squalor - (WMA, Real)

(All times PST)

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One Comment

  1. Bryan
    Posted May 17, 2006 at 7:30 am | Permalink

    I’ve never noticed John’s tattoo before. It looks like nice work. What is it? Any pictures?

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