Broad Strokes

Last month I did my radio show, Broad Strokes, on Washington Heights Free Radio (WHFR), and it was a blast!  I was so relaxed, and perhaps even funny. 

I really enjoyed the playlist I came up with.  I think it’s probably one of my best. 

Anyway, this show is dedicated to Paul Squires, an amazing poet and friend who passed away recently.  Miss you Paul, you were the lantern in the darkness. 

Read his blog, it’s amazing.  

You can listen to the me, Dj Calypso Sally, here: Broad Strokes.

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Here’s the Playlist:

Love Me Girl by Yeasayer
Turn It Up Prod. Supa Koopa by Epsilon Project
Ni Una Sol Vez by Spouse
Chase the Tear by Portishead
D.A.N.C.E by Justice
Living in America by Dom
Before Your Birthday Ends by Suckers
Let Love by Res
It Is Not Meant to Be by Tame Impala
Subterfuge by Magnetic Island
Tin Man by Future Islands
Cloudy Shoes by Damien Jurado
Reminiscences by Ariel Pink Haunted Graffiti
Never Gonna Give You Up by The Black Keys
Infatuation by The Rapture

I will be on the air again this coming Wednesday, August 25 at 8:00 p.m. with the band, The Boy With the Ice-Cream Face.  The name of this band reminds me of a William Carlos Williams poem: The Red Wheelbarrow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The Red Wheelbarrow

so much depends
upon

a red wheel
barrow

glazed with rain
water

beside the white
chickens

 

 

 

Boy with the Ice-Cream Face will be playing a live acoustic set, so check it out.

Also, if you’re in a band or know someone who is, and would like to be on the show, please email me at roarplanet@gmail.com.

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7 thoughts on “Broad Strokes

  1. Great program, Calypso Sally! and the Red Wheelbarrow is up there among my recently discovered favorites. That image you have used! The broken wine glass on the piano. Perfectly appropriate for your dedication to Paul, though chilling. (x)

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  2. glad to have stopped by, love the foto… pianos always have a story to tell…. i like how you sed you were happy, relaxed and funny!!!… some great picks in that list too…. funny how a person can leave such a big empty hole where he once lived… i like to think paul is still hanging around in a totally different way with the same ol coolness… and that poem, it is a wonderful blend of color and thought.. it is the simple things we care so much about… take care,

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  3. i was thinking of what to write, um, just ‘this is great’ or something and the dog next door started howling, cuz i’m playing the tracks pretty loud, 2nd floor, windows open, early evening. anyway, its a wonderful thing, thanks for doing this broadcast

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  4. hi cocoyea. thanks for stopping by my blog a while back. i swung by to pay you a visit and saw this about paul. i didn’t know. it’s so shocking and sad. 😦 i’m sure paul def would have loved your dedication to him. i hope you’re doing well.

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