I was not in attendance this past Tuesday night because of a family emergency. So, thanks to Ed for sending me the list; I can at least post the wonderful music that I missed. And, what a superb list it is! I’ll definitely catch you next Tuesday.
To listen to any shows that you may have missed, go to the CFRC website and look up the archives under the “Programming” drop-down menu. You can enjoy Ed’s previous shows in one-hour increments.
Be sure to tune in to Ed and his “you ain’t heard obscure yet” 80’s Retrospect show on CFRC-FM from 8 pm until 10 pm on Tuesday nights. Ed takes requests by phone: (613) 533-CFRC (2372) or email: retrospectcfrc at yahoo dot ca. Indulge yourself in some “80’s Music that doesn’t suck.” I guarantee die-hard 80’s New Wave/post-punk fans will not be disappointed.
CFRC-FM Playlist July 28, 2009
Basement of Carruthers Hall in Queens University, Kingston, Ontario
ED-FM ~ Retrospect
80’s Music That Doesn’t Suck
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- Blue Peter – Up To U
- Monsoon – Wings Of Dawn
- Sideway Look – Unlock The Capital
- Mittageisen – Bestandigkeit der Erinnsrung
- Magic Dragon – Objet Du Desire
- Moral Support – Living With Passion (ext)
- Richard Strange & The Engine Room – Damascus
- Moev – Cracked Mirror
- Victims Of Pleasure – Jack & Jill
- Shriekback – Feelers
- Eternal Triangle – Nothing But A Friend
- A Split Second – Rigor Mortis (12”)
- Alternative Radio – Valley Of Evergreen
- West India Company – Vishnu Schlokas
- Techniques Berlin – Scarlett Woman
- It’s Immaterial – Imitate The Worm
- Henry Badowski – My Face
- The Buggles – Johnny & The Monorail
- Alan Burnham – Music To Save The World By
- Malcolm Burn – Humans Can Talk
- Boulevard Noir – Images Of Concrete Toys
- Hazel O’Conner – (Cover Plus) We’re All Grown Up
- Phil N’ The Blanks – A Space Travellers Manifesto