The Repeating Words Show:

April 28th, 2010

The Vibrators- Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

Alice Cooper- Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

Marshmellow Overcoat- Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

The Pagans- Yeah, Yeah

The Ramones- Yea, Yea

The Jets- Yeah

The Dynamos- Woh! Woh! Yea! Yea!

The Kingsmen- Louis, Louis


Elmo Williams and Hezekiah Early- Girls, Girls, Girls

Nikki and the Corvettes- Boys, Boys, Boys

The Beau Brummels- Laugh Laugh

Johnny Cash- Cry, Cry, Cry

The Remains- Mercy Mercy

Don Covay- Mercy Mercy


The Damned- Neat Neat Neat

The Big Boys- Fun Fun Fun

The Cockney Rejects- Oi Oi Oi

Black Flag- Louis Louis

The Figures of Light- Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie

Black Flag- Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie

The Urinals- Ack Ack Ack Ack

The Treniers- Buzz Buzz Buzz

The Minutemen- Ack Ack Ack Ack


Little Richard- Hey Hey Hey Hey

John Lee Hooker- Boom Boom

James Brown- Please Please Please

The Music Machine- Talk Talk

The Velvet Underground- Run Run Run

The Supremes- Run Run Run

The Third Rail- Run Run Run


The Swamp Rats- Louis Louis

The Treniers- Go! Go! Go!

Dickey Doo- Nee Nee Na Na Na Na

Clyde Stacy- Hoy Hoy

The Cables- Choo Choo

Junior Byles- Da Da


Trio- Ja Ja Ja

The Animals- Boom Boom

Los Explosivos- Luie Luie

Trio- Bye Bye

R.L.Burnside- Snake Drive


The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.



Tonight will be the next to the last installment of my long running radio show The Groove Tomb. I wanna thank everybody who has supported the show for the nearly five years it has been on the air. It was about this time five years ago that I moved to Tucson from Washington D.C. where I had been a host on the now defunct Capitol Radio and began subbing shifts at KXCI. I enjoyed Capitol Radio, but I found my lack of programming power frustrating. It was around Thanksgiving of 2005 that KXCI gave me the opportunity to host a show that I was in complete control of. The first couple of years, the show ran from 2AM-4AM. I was eventually given the 12Am -2AM witching hour. There is romance for me inherent in late night radio. I never wanted to be a daytime DJ. Often people would comment on the late hour of the show. For every week I didn’t want to drag my ass in and stay up all night playing records, there was a week where it felt magical to be pumping the airwaves on the overnight haul. It was said about Ed Wood Jr.’s movies something to the effect that no matter what time of day you watched them, it felt like it was 2AM. That was the vibe I wanted for The Groove Tomb.

My interest is primarily punk and garage rock with 60s and 70s soul, reggae, and oddball tunes thrown in. I occasionally received complaints about my schizophrenic playlists, but more often I got calls from those of you who appreciate a wide range of music. Our culture is becoming homogenized at an alarming rate, and I urge you to keep your ears open even when you don’t like something. Music and art have become too compartmentalized and if you don’t think culture is suffering now, just wait a few years. We are heading for a serious crash. So support your local record stores and art galleries. Do your best to drop your attitude and get out there and shake up people’s expectations. There is nothing punk about just being punk.

My favorite shows were the Halloween shows and the rare occasion when I could come up with a theme. I did an all bands that start with the word the theme that I was fond of. Also, my Lux Interior tribute is a favorite tape that I hang on to. Tonight’s agenda is to bring out songs for a themed show that I never finished where I play all songs that repeat the same word. The idea started when I thought I could put together an all Yea Yea Yea show. Now it will include songs like Yea, Yea, Louie Louie, and Neat, Neat, Neat. Since that won’t take up two hours, I am going to pull out records that have come out since I started the show because, as I leave the air, the dance goes on. No matter how snobby I become, I try really hard to remember that there are still good bands out there. Next week will include whatever of those I don’t get to tonight and my favorite songs and bands that were the inspiration for the show including Halloween music in April. These next two weeks are gonna kick ass. I am gonna make Tucson miss me.

I am not the most articulate person when it comes to spontaneous talk, but my goal was to keep lost music in the airwaves and give airtime to bands that sound like old bands. I regularly crammed between 35-44 songs in each two-hour session. The music is the message in my book. I am proud that at any minute my show was on, there was music playing or coming fast. I admire DJs that can form a thesis and teach people about music, but I liked to let the vinyl fly. There was spontaneity for me in bringing in too many records and I loved winging it. It didn’t always work, but it was fun for me. I hope it was fun for you. 


Here are some links to some recent reviews. I have been sweating to some rockers in celebration of Record Store Day. On the more serious side, the noir classic Night of the Hunter is this month’s Essential Cinema at The Loft.

The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988)

The Runaways (2010)

Night of the Hunter (1955)

The Pit (1981)


Don’t forget Record Store Day is tomorrow.

Saturday will be a great day to get out and support your local record store.

In D.C., both Smash and Crooked Beat have stocked up for a busy day.

Here in Tucson, we put out a load of new stuff at Toxic Ranch as well.

That’s the scuttlebutt from this end.




The Numbers Show

April 14, 2010

R.I.P. Malcolm McLaren 1946-2010

The Sex Pistols- Seventeen

The Clash- 1977

Hubble Bubble- Number 64

Black Flag- Six Pack

The Mob- 101

The Box Elders-2012

The Wipers- D-7

The Jabbers- 1980’s Rock Roll

The Zero Boys- Livin’ in the 80s


Killing Joke- Eighties

The Happy Mondays- 24 Hour Party People

The Marvelettes- Beachwood 4-5789

The Chi-Lites- 24 Hours of Sadness

The Stooges- 1969


The Chumps- 7-11

Ron Haydock & The Boppers- 99 Chicks

b-52s- 52 Girls

The Seeds- 101 Colorized Bottles

? and the Mysterians- 96 Tears

Johnny Thompson- The 309


Johnny Cash- One Piece at a Time

The Minutemen- #1 Hit Song

The Dead Boys- 3rd Generation Nation

Minor Threat- 1-2XU

Big Bill Broonzy- Sixteen Tons

OS Mutantes- Dia 36

& and the Mysterians- 8 Teen


The Stooges- 1970

The Arondies- Class of ’69

Pere Ubu- 30 Seconds Over Tokyo

Dantes- 80-96


The Plimsouls- A Million Miles Away

Bobby Womack- Across110th Street

Sonic Youth- 100%

Sam Cooke- Only 16

The Blasters- 21 Days in Jail

Girlschool- 1-2-3-4-Rock ‘n Roll



The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.

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