Menace's Attic 8-9:00 p.m.
featuring 6 decades of Rock and Roll (not a traditional oldies show)
The Golden Age Of Rock and Roll – Mott The Hoople (Columbia)
Money (That’s What I Want) – Dwight Twilley (Arista)
Saturday Night – Bay City Rollers (Arista)
Uptown Girl – Billy Joel (Columbia)
I Can’t Help Myself – The Troggs (Atco)
Be Near Me – ABC (Mercury)
It’s My Life – Talk Talk (EMI)
The Belle Of St. Mark – Sheila E. (Warner Bros.)
Howard Johnson’s Got His Hojo Workin’ – NRBQ (Buddah)
Holiday Road – Lindsay Buckingham (Warner Bros.)
Needles and Pins – The Ramones (Sire)
Ask Me What You Want – Millie Jackson (Spring)
Everybody’s Happy Nowadays – The Buzzcocks (United Artists)
Try Too Hard – Dave Clark Five (Epic)
Love Takes Time – Orleans (Infinity)
White Lies Blue Eyes – Bullet (Big Tree)
Midnight Flyer 8-12 Noon
The Midnight Flyer is a two-hour weekly program that features a wide variety of blues, interviews, biographies and stories about the blues. For 16 years It has been broadcast around the country. Currently it is heard every week on a small network of stations.
Host Norman Davis has collected an extensive library of recorded blues, from W.C. Handy to the 21st century. He presents it in beautifully sculptured sets designed for foreground listening.
The Roadhouse Blues 12-1:00 p.m.
The Roadhouse is a true labor of love, intended to present the full range of blues music to a broad Internet audience.
I’ve often heard folks who are unfamiliar with blues note that it’s “such simple music.” Indeed, it is. But the range of blues styles is breathtaking. From the Delta to Chicago, from pre-war to jump, acoustic, electric, harps, horns – it’s difficult, if not impossible, to describe the emotions conveyed with such a simple form. Blues music is, in my mind, that last great act of defiance; a declaration to the world that, “You gave me your toughest shot and, yes, I’m still standing.” Blues lovers everywhere understand.
With that in mind, I’m dedicated, via The Roadhouse, to preserving this priceless musical form, to presenting a broad range of blues each week (much of it by artists that even hardcore blues fans may not be aware of), and to promoting gleeful chair-dancing with each and every show.
Ted Sherman Oldies 6-9:00 p.m.
CBS Mystery Theatre 9-9:45 p.m