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2006 Episodes

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Vol. 52 | 12.15.2006

Christmas Mix Reprieve

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NEW FOR DECEMBER 15, 2006

It's that time of year again and it seems the ol' holiday standard is turning into the fruitcake of the new millennium.
C'mon, you see it coming down the hallway from a co-worker. Being thrust on you on a cassette no less by your old college roommate. You even got one in the mail from an ex.
Yes, it's the annual dreaded Christmas Mix CD/Tape.
Smile and hope it's recorded on a CD-RW.
Hopefully this months podcast helps . . .

1. Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto - James Brown
2. Superhero - Jane's Addiction
3. Cowgirl In The Sand - Neil Young
4. 24 Diamonds - Kevin Gordon
5. Away - The Bolshoi
6. Celluloid Heroes - The Kinks
7. The Harder They Come - Keith Richards
8. How Do You Do It - The Beatles
9. Scatterlings of Africa - Johnny Clegg & Juluka
10. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway - Paul Gilbert
11. Fly On A Windshield - Genesis
12. Sober - Tool
13. So What ? - Ministry
14. Gravity - 7th Heaven

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Spreading the cheer year round.
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Billy Batts says:
12/16/2006

love the whole anti xmas mix theme...
the Lamb cover is excellent!

Barry BURBs says:
12/19/2006

Thanks for the mention Perry! Happy Holidays to you too even if I was one of those who thrust a Christmas mix on ya! Never did hear what you thought of it! :) Good episode this, thanks again.

Danny says:
12/24/2008

Perry:

Great job as always! Your podcasts are always on on my mp3 player, and make my driving and walking excursions an enjoyable experience. Best to you and yours. Happy Holidays!

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Vol. 51 | 12.01.2006

Thick Empty Skull

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NEW FOR DECEMBER 1, 2006

As I sit in a hotel room in Cabo San Lucas preparing this podcast entry, I can clearly see the Thick Empty Skull of somebody who ought to be out in the waves or besides the pool.

'Nuff said . . .

1. Desire (Hollywood Mix) - U2
2. Punk Sandwich - Dixie Dregs
3. Firth Of Fifth - Genesis
4. Violet - Hole
5. Jamie's Cryin' - Van Halen
6. Heaven- Anne Clark
7. Hot 'Lanta - Sea Level
8. Everything's Coming Our Way - Santana
9. Everywhere That I'm Not - Translator
10. Fish In The Jailhouse - Tom Waits
11. Tipitina - Dr. John
12. Trying To Hold The Wind - Spady
13. Renaissance - Jean Luc-Ponty


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Heading out the door.
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Billy Batts says:
12/01/2006

shaking my head here ...

Barry BURBs says:
12/07/2006

Thanks for the company today Perry whilst I was driving around the county of Northamptonshire in England. Good tunas.

Jack says:
12/08/2006

It will be a hard month,even the this past year too... but thx to Perry for his great stuff !!! It makes me better to support it!!

Jack from Germany

billy budapest says:
12/08/2006

A really terrific 'cast, Perry! Thanks very much. I'm not at all easy to please, but your show did the trick!

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Vol. 50 | 11.14.2006

The Revolution Is Being Televised

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NEW FOR NOVEMBER 15, 2006

Change is the only constant in the universe.

This time the revolution took place on the nightly news on a Tuesday night in November 2006.
The follow up, to be broadcast, will determine if as we meet the new boss, is he the same as the old boss ?
A trashy mini-series or a Discovery Channel HD documentary ?

Or another sweeps fluff piece ?


Just don't turn that dial except to twirl to The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 50.
Broadcasting in living reality . . .

1. The Revolution Starts Now - Steve Earle Buy From iTunes
2. My Generation - Patti Smith Buy From iTunes
3. Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who Buy From iTunes
4. The Rising - Bruce Springsteen Buy From iTunes
5. Good Feeling - Flamingos Buy From iTunes
6. Gravitate To Me - The The Buy From iTunes
7. Empire - Kasabian Buy From iTunes
8. Teenage Lament '74 - Alice Cooper Buy From iTunes
9. Art For Art's Sake - 10cc Buy From iTunes
10. Deacon Blues - Steely Dan Buy From iTunes
11. We Wait For Sunrise - Winston Giles Orchestra Buy From iTunes
12. Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles Buy From iTunes
13. Kayleigh (acoustic) - Marillion Buy From iTunes*
14. Close As I'll Get To Heaven - Bettye LaVette Buy From iTunes


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Always casting a vote.
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Barry BURBs says:
11/24/2006

Cheers Perry, nice Who flavour there at the start although I think the guitarist forgot to plug their amp in on My Gen. ;-)

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Vol. 49 | 11.01.2006

We Got Bush

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NEW FOR NOVEMBER 1, 2006

Bush.

Shrubbery?
The desirous object of frat boys everywhere?
A "W" looking like a deer caught in the headlights of a Mack truck?

Any or all of the above.
But in this case, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 49.

1. Rock Of Ages - Def Leppard
2. You’re Too Old - Dirty Looks
3. Birth, School, Work, Death - The Godfathers
4. Possession - Sarah McLachlan
5. Here Comes The Sun - George Harrison w/ Paul Simon
5. Carry On Screaming - Kerbslider
6. Talk - Coldplay
7. Wooden Ships - Jefferson Airplane
8. Pali Gap - Jimi Hendrix
9. Blue Child - Steve Hackett
10. My Own Way - Tea For Two
11. The Saints Are Coming - The Skids
12. Jole Bon - Clifton Chenier
13. Jessica - Dixie Dregs
14. Ozean - Stereomovers
15. Bolero - Frank Zappa


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Always panning the camera.
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Rick says:
11/01/2006

What a smooth sensual voice you have,young man!
When you say,"You're listening to the Best Radio You Have Never Heard at www.bestradiopodcast.com" I thought you were doing station call letters- "WWW." Very cool

your sister says:
11/01/2006

I don't like your pictures.

Derek Small says:
11/02/2006

underground radio returns!! you need some more cosmic vibes going in the background while you speak

Rick says:
11/02/2006

Vibes? You mean like Lionel Hampton? Maybe Mingus on bass. THAT would be Cosmic!

Derek Small says:
11/02/2006

I was thinking more along the lines of Sun Ra

Rodrigo says:
11/09/2006

Great to have the comments. Best radio even better!

mch says:
11/13/2006

I tip my hat to any man who knows the joys of the obscure but brilliant Dirty Looks album from whence "You're Too Old" comes . . .

And The Godfathers tune is a kick as well.
Are you sneaking into my basement and stealing my records AGAIN?

MCH

Nick says:
02/20/2012

WARNING: Listening to the back catalogue may mean that you almost miss your stop.

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Vol. 48 | 10.15.2006

Whisper To a Scream

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NEW FOR OCTOBER 15, 2006

All Hallows Eve.
We at The Best Radio You Have Never Heard are trying to put the fright back into Fright Night.
What with pop culture dominating Halloween these days we thought it was time for the comeback of the monsters and the devil.
Vampires, slashers and witches, ghosts and goblins !
That's what Halloween is all about, right ?
Dressing up as one of the foursome from Sex and The City, a cast member of Grey's Anatomy or an inanimate object (oh, say a bottle of Bud Light) should get your Halloween privileges revoked for life, but I digress.

So tuck this sucker under your witches hat or robes, and stick it in the player at the Halloween party of your choice.
A brilliant experiment in terror.

1. Science Fiction, Double Feature - Rocky Horror Original Cast
2. Experiment In Terror - Henry Mancini
3. Bullet With Butterfly Wings - Smashing Pumpkins
4. And This Is What The Devil Does - My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
5. Children Of The Grave - Black Sabbath
6. Goblin Girl - Frank Zappa
7. Frankenstein - Edgar Winter Group
8. Whisper To A Scream - Elvis Costello
9. Ghost Town - The Specials
10. The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead - XTC
11. Painted Moon - The Silencers
12. Werewolf Of London - Warren Zevon
13. Devil Inside - INXS
14. Scary Monsters - David Bowie w/ Nine Inch Nails
15. Cheepnis - Frank Zappa and the Mothers
16. Everyday (Is Halloween) - Ministry


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Where everyday is Halloween.
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Icy Mountain says:
08/17/2008

One of my favorites. Great theme, and not just the songs the artists, too.

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Vol. 47 | 10.01.2006

This One Is For Dave

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NEW FOR OCTOBER 1, 2006

My good friend, Dave from Scotland lost his wife unexpectedly and suddenly yesterday.
This podcast is my response to this tragic event.
We all react differently in life to things.
I speak thru music and currently my podcasts, as words cannot even begin to translate my feelings here.
As I have said before in sad times, keep a stiff upper lip, Dave

Please use the comment button below if you'd like to leave a kind word for Dave . . .


1. Carry On - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
2. Free As A Bird - Adrian Belew
3. Tiny Dancer - Elton John
4. Tomorrow Never Knows - Johnny Marr, Noel Gallagher
5. Cry Me A River - Joe Cocker/Mad Dogs and Englishmen
6. Had To Cry Today - Blind Faith
7. We Have Heaven - Yes
8. Heart Of The Sunrise - Yes
9. Close Up - Peter Gabriel
10. I Grieve - Peter Gabriel
11. The Light Lies Down On Broadway/ Riding The Scree - Genesis
12. Cause We Have Ended As Lovers - Jeff Beck
13. Breathe Me - Sia
14. Freebird - Lynard Skynard


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Where even reality can get a front row seat.
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Bill says:
09/30/2006

Beautiful gesture Perry..and to Dave my condolences..Even though I dont know you I was looking forward to meeting you at the Labor Day bash..maybe one day in the future..hang in there
Bill
Chi-Town Smokers

Rob says:
10/01/2006

Perry,

I gave it a listen as soon as it was up and I think you nailed it. I told Dave the other day I have no words but you expressed so much of what I am feeling. Shock, surprise, disbelief. Yet you went beyond the grief to hope and healing. Dave, I hope you find your way.

Rick Bennett says:
10/01/2006

Dave, my name is Rick Bennett and I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that someone who listens to the same music as you is praying for you and your family.

Amy (Perry's sister-in-law) says:
10/02/2006

I am so very sorry for your loss, Dave. Me and my pals will be praying for you.

Pat says:
10/02/2006

Dave,

I don't know who you are but heard your very tragic story from Perry last night and am very sorry for your loss.

God Bless You and your family.

Pat

Daniel Jones says:
10/06/2006

Dave, So sorry for your loss. I lost my father not long ago and a can only try to share your grief.
Perry, This is so very good to listen to. Thanks for making my day a good bit better.

dave says:
10/07/2006

Thanks Perry thanks all...cant say how much your support has helped
dave

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Vol. 46 | 09.15.2006

Something Did Happen Day

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NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 15, 2006

Something did happen day.
Another knucklehead in a trench coat.

Ref: Anything Can Happen Day-The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 38.

1. A Pain That I'm Used To - Depeche Mode
2. Open Your Eyes - Lords Of The New Church
3. Suicide Blonde - INXS
4. Crybaby - Utopia
5. Jerusalem - Sinead O'Connor
6. Tomorrow - Morrissey
7. Reasons To Be Cheerful, Pt. 3 - Ian Dury and the Blockheads
8. Cookie's Puss - Liquid Soul
9. Badges, Posters, Stickers, and T-Shirts - Dire Straits
10. Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
11. My Bonnie - Tony Sheridan and The Beatles
12. Something's Coming - Yes
13. Snack Attack - Godley and Creme
14. Over You - The Hamptons
15. Waiting For The UFO's - Graham Parker
16. Peaches en Regalia - Frank Zappa
17. King Of The World - Steely Dan
18. Catherine Howard - Rick Wakeman



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I don't even look good in a trench coat. . .
Accept No Substitute . . .

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Donald Schumaker says:
09/23/2006

Yet another BRYNH which made me late for work because I just had to have it downloaded for the long commute.

Love it. Keep up the great work.

Rob says:
10/01/2006

Had this playing while working in the kitchen today and Eryn asked if this was "Something Did Happen Day" after she heard the drop-in. As soon as she heard the first two songs she asked for her own copy.

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Vol. 45 | 09.01.2006

Probable Cause

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NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2006

Probable Cause ?

That open bottle of tequila on the passenger seat ?

That pungent smell coming from your house ?

The fact that the money you just used at Starbucks looks like you made it on a copy machine ?

Having the police shine a light on you after climbing up a lamp post to steal the street sign that’s the same name as your ex-girlfriend ?

Or the September 1, 2006 podcast from The Best Radio You Have Never Heard ?

"I was never there officer . . . "

1. Probable Cause - Employee
2. Nevil Smart - Odd Man Out
3. Twist and Shout - The English Beat
4. Buffalo Soldier (remix) - Bob Marley
5. Way Back Home - The Wreckers
6. Midnight Rider - The Allman Brothers Band
7. So Good To See You - Cheap Trick
8. Cold Hard Bitch - Jet
9. Back In Black - AC/DC
10. Every Word Means No - Let's Active
11. Rocks Off - The Rolling Stones
12. Cooky Puss - Beastie Boys
13. Every Little Thing - Dweebish
14. Stagnation - Genesis
15. Wolves - Inner Surge
16. Too Much Information - The Police
17. Rainy Day, Dream Away - Robben Ford and Taj Mahal
18. 1983 . . . (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) - Jimi Hendrix



The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Got a few street signs knocking around as well . . .
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Brian McDonald says:
09/06/2006

Thanks Perry for another shot of good tuneage...

-B

BIlly Batts says:
10/04/2006

an open box car and 50 cases of old style in the back of a pickup

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Vol. 28 | 09.01.2006

So What Do They Call An Eight Ball ?

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It's September and that means back to school.
Time to rehash that old lesson of American measures to metric.
Just keep it together whether it is a Quarter Pounder or a Grand Royale.
Order up the new first podcast for September with all the trimmings.
This ain't your average Happy Meal.

1. Sanctuary (Howling Mix) - The Cult
2. Word Of God - The Subjects
3. Jesus, He Knows Me - Genesis
4. Crime Don't Pay - Joe Jackson
5. Military Madness - Graham Nash
6. After The Ordeal - Genesis
7. Hot 'Lanta - The Allman Brothers Band
8. Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand
9. The Green Manalishi - Judas Priest
10. Kitty's Back - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
11. The Imposter - Elvis Costello
12. Twin Cinema - The New Pornographers
13. Local Girls - Graham Parker
14. Gray Cell Green - Ned's Atomic Dustbin
15. Strawberry Fields Forever - Peter Gabriel
16. Transatlanticism - Death Cab For Cutie
17. Northern Lights - Renaissance
18. The Only One I Know - The Charlatans UK
19. Let's Go Go White Sox


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Always looking for that damn tasty burger . . .
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Vol. * | 08.15.2006

And . . . HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM !

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AUGUST 15, 2006: MY MOM"S BIRTHDAY

And not only is August 15th new podcast day, it is also my Mom, Teddy Bax's birthday.

From all over the world, by using the comments link below, please wish the Best Radio Podcast's best Mom, a happy and fun filled B-day !

I LOVE YOU MOM !

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Barry BURBs says:
08/15/2006

Here here! All the best mum Bax! Thanks for bringing this one into the world! :)

Katie says:
08/15/2006

Happy Birthday from New Zealand, Perry's Mum.
You've raised a son with great taste in music!!
Cheers!

Scott M Rovner says:
08/15/2006

"Mom" Bax,

Happy Birthday. Your son Perry is the BEST Grill Chef I know and a wonderful guy. You should be proud. Have a great birthday.

Scott M Rovner
( Pauly's doctor)

Staggerleib says:
08/15/2006

Happy Birthday, Mrs. Bax.
Perry is a great guy, friendly, generous and tasteful. Many Happy Returns!

Matt

Heath Patrie says:
08/15/2006

What did the rabbit say to the hare? "Hoppy Birthday!" [heehee]

I'm a wire-strung harp player, Ham radio operator, Brian & Clay's brother, and in the w0kie IRC someone turned me on to the Best Radio I Never Heard. Very good. Check out my Podcast at heath.libsyn.com, but don't listen to it while driving at night. ;-]

Danny says:
08/15/2006

Happy B-Day, Mrs. Bax! I'm sure you're quite proud of your son! I would be too! :)

Teri says:
08/15/2006

Happy Birthday Teddy! You're famous!

Mom says:
08/15/2006

thank you Perry for making my day!!!
mom

Bill says:
08/15/2006

Happy B-day Mrs Bax!!
Bill (1/3 of Chi Town Smokers)

John Carson says:
08/15/2006

Happy Birthday Mrs. Bax!! And wishing you all the best and happiness in the years to come!

John Carson

Anne says:
08/16/2006

Happy Birthday Mom!

Perry's sister

Mom says:
08/16/2006

Everyone should have their 15 min. of fame, I had mine yesterday.
Thanks to everyone that made it possible!!!!!
teddy bax

Ben says:
08/16/2006

Happy Birthday from Holland, mrs. Bax!

Dave Walker says:
08/16/2006

Hi Perrys Mom ..sorry as late AS USUAL..Scotland calling..My best wishes to you..From Perrys wee scottish pal...

dave

Rick Bennett says:
08/16/2006

Happy Belated Birthday!!!

Jamie Richter says:
08/23/2006

A Belated Happy Birthday Mrs. Bax.

From an Old OPRF Classmate of PB's.

Joey Mac says:
08/28/2006

Happy Birthday - you teach Perry how to cook too?

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Vol. 44 | 08.15.2006

Beer, Blood, and Piss

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NEW FOR AUGUST 15, 2006

As we get about to this point in the year you start to hear people lamenting the end of summer.
The dichotomy here is that mid-August can be the hottest time of the season.
What does this have to do with this mid-month podcast Beer, Blood, and Piss ?
Sweating a bunch, cooling down with cold beer in a club that is 100º and enjoying the aromas ? Finding the former "beer distributor" in the back room riddled with more holes in him than the Swiss cheese?

Nah. Just great music to keep you cool, in the groove and having good thoughts about the government that repealed the Volstead Act .
One thing they have gotten right. . . .



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volstead_Act

1. What's The Use Of Getting Sober - Joe Jackson
2. It's A Long Way To The Top - AC/DC
3. Land Of Confusion - Disturbed
4. Girls Talk - Dave Edmonds
5. So It Goes - Nick Lowe
6. Pets - Porno For Pirates
7. From Hell To L.A. - Nineteenth Century
8. Dancing Barefoot - Patti Smith
9. Diane - Material Issue
10. New York Girls - Morningwood
11. Eugene II - Bang On A Can All-Stars & Don Byron
12. Inca Roads - Frank Zappa
13. Throw Your Foot - The Cure
14. Can't You Hear Me Knocking - Mick Taylor
15. Moonlit Mile - Alvin Youngblood Hart

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Drinkin' My Beer Or No Beer At All see . . .
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Barry BURBs says:
08/15/2006

Getting quicker at feedback on yer podcasts now en i? a? know what I mean? nudge nudge, wink wink, say NO more. Wasn't that keen on the jazz personally but liked it as a whole. Who did the Diane track (my Mums name!) also sounds just like a band I'm close to here in the UK (The Hamptons) - I must get them to send you their catalogue, I think you'd love it.

Paul (Nineteenth Century) says:
08/15/2006

Hey Perry great to hear our track 'From Hell To L.A.' on Beer, Blood and Piss! Great collection of songs. Keep up the good work C19th xxx

Billy Batts says:
08/15/2006

This was a fine celebration

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Vol. 13 | 08.15.2006

More Stuff, Different Order

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With last months archive entry Stuff, Different Order, it doesn't seem right not to follow it up with the companion piece More Stuff, Different Order. Recorded at about the same period in 2002, this one remains in its original form without the requisite remix the former enjoyed.

I suspect you will enjoy this one as well.

1. All the Girls Love Alice - Elton John
2. Betrayed - G-Men
3. Body Count - Body Count
4. Burning Down The House - Talking Heads
5. Chant No 1 - Spandau Ballet
6. I'm Not Superman - Swimmer
7. Nite Klub - Specials
8. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses - U2
9. That's Entertainment - Morrissey
10. Debaser - Pixies
11. Stuck - Ned's Atomic Dustbin
12. Another Girl, Another Planet - Mighty Lemondrops
13. 99.9 F - Suzanne Vega
14. These Days - Johnny Clegg & Savuka
15. Got Me Wrong - Alice In Chains
16. Happiness In Slavery - Nine Inch Nails
17. Orgasm Addict - Buzzcocks
18. (New Wave) Polly - Nirvana
19. Can't Help Falling In Love - U2


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Always finding cool stuff in the rubble.
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Barry BURBs says:
08/17/2006

Listened to this driving down to Essex in England, in my Audi A4, going to see the best independent band in the UK (Whoremoan - check 'em out on Ebay and CDBaby folks). Enjoyed it, thanks for the company!

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Vol. | 08.01.2006

BRYHNH Celebrates One Year "On the Air!"

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Our One Year Anniversary !

This month marks the one year anniversary of The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.


Our proudest achievement is 43 podcast episodes of course (although not all of them have reappeared on this server as archive items) but by far the bigger story is not having repeated a song (well ,maybe two where I spaced out so don't go writing in with your fantastic sleuth ability) in any of the episodes.

My thanks to all of you who listen, read these notes, have passed on my podcast to friends, have links on their web sites and most of all to everyone who just "gets it."


Perry/Chicago

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Jack says:
08/01/2006

Happy Birthday!!
BRYHNH!!
Long live to this Podcast!!
regards from Germany.
jack

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Barry BURBs says:
08/02/2006

All the best, may there be many more to come!

Danny says:
08/07/2006

Happy Birthday BRYHNH! Keep it up!


Danny

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Vol. 43 | 08.01.2006

Ball Bearing Paint Job

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NEW FOR AUGUST, 2006

Starting out August, 2006 with a hand in the topical. Ball Bearing Paint Job is a reference to the results of the work of the fine bomb makers using shrapnel and ball bearing as filling to further inflict injury to military and civilians alike.
Nasty people doing nasty things.

1. The Lebanon - Human League
2. The Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces
3. Heartland - The The
4. Marakesh Express - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
5. Hang On St. Christopher - Tom Waits
6. Pay Me My Money Down - Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Session Band
7. Baby Don't Do Me Wrong - Jeff and Vida
8. Beau Jocque Makes You Jump - Beau Jocque
9. Fainting in Coils - Bill Bruford
10. No Quarter - Led Zeppelin
11. Chinese New Year - Odd Man Out
12. Save Yourself - Stabbing Westward
13. Under Heavy Manners - Robert Fripp
14. Old Judge Jones - Les Dudek
15. Marching On - The Alarm
16. So Involved - Shimmer
17. Magnum Opus - Kansas
18. Don't Give up - Peter Gabriel / Kate Bush

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Just calling 'em, likes we see it . . .
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Barry BURBs says:
08/02/2006

Thanks for the podcast!

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Vol. 12 | 08.01.2006

Stuff, Different Order 2006 Edit

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This months Archive title might be one the eldest of the bunch.

Originally recorded in 2002, I took the liberty to re-edit this one for it's return into the list.
So although some of you might actually have already downloaded this one at one time or another, this version is slightly updated and three seconds shorter for those keeping score at home . . .

1. This Is The Day - The The
2. Into The Fire - Sarah McLachlan
3. Wembley - Candy Skins
4. What Girls Want - Material Issue
5. Justice Tonight / Kick It Over - Clash
6. Gangsters - Specials
7. Caught In My Shadow - Wonderstuff
8. Physical (You're So) - Nine Inch Nails
9. She's Already Made Up Her Mind - Lyle Lovett
10. Showdown At Big Sky - Robbie Robertson
11. Sparkle - Shimmer
12. Monkey Gone To Heaven - Pixies
13. Mustapha Dance - Clash
14. Under The Milky Way - The Church
15. Pure & Easy - Pete Townshend

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard
Always sifting through the rubble.
Accept No Substitute . . .

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Barry BURBs says:
08/04/2006

Good "stuff". Loved the ska.

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Vol. | 08.01.2006

A Fabulous Review From pluggd.com

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More accurately, it's the Best Mix CD Posing As a Podcast. This compilation show from Chicago leans heavily on classic rock, early alternative, and progressive.

If you've been around the block you've heard a lot of these artists before, and probably some of these songs as well. It doesn't break new ground in terms of content. That's not the point.

The point is juxtaposing and context, blending songs from disparate rock genres in a way that reveals more about them than you previously knew.

It's what they used to do on freeform radio stations like KSAN in the 70s, except there's no spoken interruptions from a DJ.

With that, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Show hits its mark. You won't hear songs like this on commercial radio stations, but they should be playing them. The show I enjoyed mixed songs from X, Donald Fagen, old Fleetwood Mac, Jackson Browne, and for God's sake even OMD and ELP. It even made me re-evaluate the music of bands I previously did not like (ELP). It's a good learning experience. I can completely envision burning a couple of these shows onto CD's, getting in my car, and taking a long road trip with no concerns or backtracks.

Really, there's no better measuring stick for a music-only podcast than that. (The only thing it lacks is a song list, but just google the lyrics.)

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Vol. 42 | 07.15.2006

Here To Do My Parts

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NEW FOR JULY 15, 2006

The mid-month podcast for July was in the can and awaiting upload when the sad news arrived that legendary rock icon and Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett had died at the age of 60.
This event struck a chord with me and the results are this July's mid-month new release.
The previously intended title will have to wait until August 1, 2006.

This podcast is a tribute to Syd Barrett. Even though of course there is some Pink Floyd music in the show, it is more of a tribute to Syd's vision. I like to think of it as traveling music for Syd's iPod as he makes the trek to the Gates of Dawn, or perhaps some gardening music for the great beyond as, in his recent past, gardening was one of Syd's few hobbies.

In the end, you might find it an atypical Best Radio release, but it will likely have a place in your catalog. After you hear it once, it will become one of those shows you'll feel compelled to "pull off the shelf" for late night introspective journeys . . .

1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) - Pink Floyd
2. See Emily Play - David Bowie
3. Astronomy Domine - Pink Floyd
4. I Had Too Much To Dream - The Electric Prunes
5. Exposure - Robert Fripp
6. Driver 8 - R.E.M.
7. Don't Fear The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
8. Hoping Love Will Last - Steve Hackett
9. Survival - Yes
10. Heaven and Hell - The Who
11. The Waiting Room - Genesis
12. Anyway - Genesis
13. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) - Pink Floyd


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Paying it both forward and back.
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Danny says:
07/16/2006

Perry:

As always, great show! I really enjoyed this one in particular - a superb tribute to Mr Barrett. He will be sorely missed. The emphasis on the Floyd tunes was definitely in order, and the others fell right into place. I can honestly say, near the end, I was deeply somber, and almost in tears. I am emotional by nature, but it really hit me "right there!" Thanks for the great show, and for sharing your vision of "Pink."

Will3m says:
07/16/2006

I got this link from a pal and he did me a favor by linking to this great podcast. Syd ruled and will always be remembered as one of the greatest freaks around. May he rest in peace and may this podcast continue for a long time !!!!

Billy Batts says:
07/16/2006

I will say it again..the opening soundbyte is classic

robert says:
07/19/2006

thanks for a great show for a great musician. syd barrett's absence haunted even those who were once close to him, but this made his short but brilliant recording career that much more fantastic and mysterious. so sad to hear of his passing, though he is free of those inner demons he must have had. i wish him well on his present journey. viva syd.

jinenjo says:
07/28/2006

Where were the Syd songs? I was searching the podcast world for a tribute that included HIS songs. I'm sorry to say that I was quite disappointed. This is supposed to be radio I NEVER HEARD, right? C'mon, I've HEARD Wish You Were Here tons of times, not to mention that BOC is fairly common as well. It's good music, but where was Syd in his own voice?

Barry BURBs says:
07/30/2006

Superb! Loved it. Will be a multiple play, this one. An added bonus for me too is that Pete's 2nd best ever guitar solo is in here too!

Ref last comment:
You can't get more a relevant song for Sid than "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," there is no other reason for that songs existence than to represent Sid. "See Emily Play" is pure Barrett as is "Astronomy Domine" (he wrote both songs, music and lyrics).

Perry says:
07/31/2006

but what were to songs and who were they by?

why do I have to even have to ask.

perry responds . . .

You have to ask since you were not savvy enough to use a real email address or even a more creative fake name where I would have been happy to send you the list, like I do to a great many of the listeners here.

Wishing you the best and far easier challenges in your pursuits . . .

p

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Vol. 14 | 07.15.2006

80's Hooey

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Straight from the sublime to the ridiculous, I bring you this month's lighthearted back catalog episode.

Even though technically an item from the archive, this show appeared so briefly (literally minutes probably, as bandwidth shutdowns at the old web host were common), it might as well be a new release for most listeners.

1. Dizzy - Wreckless Eric
2. Burning With Optimism's Flames - XTC
3. Sgt. Rock - XTC
4. Disco Boy - Frank Zappa
5. Heart - Rockpile
6. Heatwave - The Jam
7. Bizarre Love Triangle - Stabbing Westward
8. The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths
9. Ivan Meets G.I. Joe - The Clash
10. Beat Box (Diversion One) - Art Of Noise
11. Intruder - Peter Gabriel
12. Suedehead - Morrissey
13. Clubland - Elvis Costello
14. Headhunter v30 - Front 242
15. Getting Away With It - Electronic (Bernard Sumner/ New Order, Johnny Marr / The Smiths)
16. Lucky Number - Lene Lovich
17. The One Thing - INXS
18. A Girl Like You - The Smithereens

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard
Still getting sent to detention.
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Barry BURBs says:
08/05/2006

Thanks (AGAIN!). Didn't think I'd like this one but a few of my favs appeared as did some ones I'd completely forgotten about.

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Vol. 41 | 07.01.2006

You Are Gonna Lose A Finger

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NEW FOR JULY, 2006

The smell of gun powder, the sound of firecrackers and the wail of the police sirens
Just another start of July in the city.

This year you can listen to the fireworks orchestrated to the traditional patriotic fare and Souza marches or crank this first July podcast up on the iPod and watch the sky explode or just hang in the hood and wait for the ambulances to show up . . .

1. 4th Of July - XBuy From iTunes
2. Boulevard - Jackson BrowneBuy From iTunes
3. Layla - Eric Clapton / Pete Townshend / Steve Winwwod / Ron Wood etc . . .Buy From iTunes
4. Spectral Morning - Steve HackettBuy From iTunes
5. Munich - The EditorsBuy From iTunes
6. Stories For Boys - U2Buy From iTunes
7. The Endless Enigma (pt. 1 and 2) - Emerson, Lake and PalmerBuy From iTunes
8. Bitter Sweet Symphony - The VerveBuy From iTunes
9. We Love You - Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark
10. Bare Trees - Fleetwood Mac
11. Room To Move - John MayallBuy From iTunes
12. What I Do - Donald Fagan Buy From iTunes
13. Mexico - James TaylorBuy From iTunes
14. Like A Rolling Stone - Bob DylanBuy From iTunes
15. Harlequin - GenesisBuy From iTunes
16. So Long Ago, So Clear - Vangelis w/ Jon AndersonBuy From iTunes


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Vol. 15 | 07.01.2006

Titties and Beer

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Another soul rousted from Best Radio days of past.
The title obviously culled from the legendary Zappa track,

This classic takes fun to an all new level, mind you with a bit of the ol' "sharp language" thrown in to remind you of what you don't hear on the radio . . .

1. Two Tribes - Frankie Goes to Hollywood
2. Titties & Beer - Frank Zappa
3. The Torture Never Stops - Frank Zappa
4. Frederick - Patti Smith
5. Bodhistava - Steely Dan
6. Spanish Bombs - The Clash
7. Welcome to the Jungle - Guns-n-Roses
8. Fight the Power - Public Enemy
9. TV Glotzer (White Punks On Dope) - Nina Hagen
10. To the Last Whale/Wind On The Water - Crosby Stills & Nash
11. Dreadlock Holiday - 10cc
12. Big in Japan - Alphaville
13. Sex - Berlin
14. Lipstick Vogue - Elvis Costello


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Where brilliance and tasteless commingle . . .
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Barry BURBs says:
08/05/2006

Well, well, well, where have you been hiding this one? Got it now, heard it now, like it! :) Thanks man.

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Vol. 40 | 06.15.2006

Greezy Pork Sandwich

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NEW FOR JUNE 15, 2006

A greezy pork sandwich . . .
Breakfast Of Champions and this months mid-month
release.

A Bloody Mary and this podcast should be required on
every training table.

1. Sick As A Dog - Aerosmith
2. Lies - Arcade Fire
3. Shock and Awe - Neil Young
4. While My Guitar Gently Weeps - George Harrison / Eric Clapton
5. Majestic Dance - Return To Forever
6. Walking Down Madison - Kirsty MacColl
7. Turn Of The Century - Annie Haslam / Steve Howe
8. Girl Don't Tell Me - The Beach Boys
9. Give It To Me - The J. Geils Band
10. Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys - Traffic
11. Sleep - Stabbing Westward
12. New Your City Cops - The Strokes
13. Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin
14 Images Of Heaven - Peter Godwin
15. I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After
16. Happy Together - The Mothers


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
USDA Prime. Not a speck of cereal.
Accept no substitute . . .

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Barry BURBs says:
06/19/2006

Cheers man :)

Brady says:
06/28/2006

Great stuff Perry! I'll forward the address to my friends!

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Vol. 27 | 06.15.2006

Stop Your Squealing

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And what's greezy pork without a little squealing?

This one is rousted from the temperature
controlled Best Radio archive.

Sure life is a series of turnarounds and
roundabouts.
But what still holds true is what is new is old and
old is new.
Let Stop Your Squealing be your
soundtrack for the month. From Perry's World to
your secret hideout . . .

1. Roundabout - Yes
2. I Don't Need No Doctor - Humble Pie
3. Sally Simpson (live) - The Who
4. Lopsy Lu - Stanley Clarke
5. Teenage Riot - Sonic Youth
6. The Call Up - The Clash
7. Out Of The Blue - Roxy Music
8. Scrap Yard - Tangerine Dream
9. Perfect - Stabbing Westward
10. Friday, I'm In Love - The Cure
11. Heavy Metal Drummer - Wilco
12. Problem Child - AC/DC
13. Setting Grace Aside - Shimmer
14. The Musical Box - Genesis


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Never going to the chair yella' see . . .
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Barry BURBs says:
06/17/2006

Thanks for another great Podcast! My old fav, The 'Oo pop up here again, nice one. Still waiting for the Pink Floyd (lemme know if you want a couple of cool rare pink floyd mp3s to play)

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Vol. 39 | 06.01.2006

Emotional Liposuction

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NEW FOR JUNE 2006

Life can make you crazy. Can suck the life and heart right out of you.

And at times we just sign up and do it to ourselves.
"Emotional Liposuction." Professional strength despair . . .

1. I Need A Lover - John Cougar Mellencamp
2. She Drives Me Crazy (Monie Love Remix) - Fine Young Cannibals
3. Crazy - Alanis Morissette
4. Crazy On You - Heart
5. We Are Crazy - M. Frog Labat
6. Sure Don’t Feel Like Love - Paul Simon
7. Two Hearts Beat As One (Club Mix) - U2
8. Kill Her Off - The Ropes
9. Hanging On The Telephone - Def Leppard
10. Chloe Dancer / Crown Of Thorns - Mother Love Bone
11. O' Mary Don't You Weep - Bruce Springsteen and The Seeger Session Band
12. Cemetery Bloom - Shimmer
13. Bell Boy (demo) - The Who
14. Half A Person - The Smiths
15. Under The God - Tin Machine
16. Rock The Nation - Montrose
17. New Orleans Is Sinking - The Tragically Hip
18. Water Music - Robert Fripp
19. Here Comes The Flood - Peter Gabriel / Robert Fripp

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like.
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Barry BURBs says:
06/01/2006

Hey! Im listening at my computer in Wellingborough, England trying to wake up. Great show! I've been searching high and low for something of this quality! Great work! Keep going!

John says:
06/02/2006

Perry

You have done it yet again! Just when I don't think that you can outdo your other efforts you come up with this latest mix. EL is just plain fantastic! Downloaded onto the Ipod this morning and now sitting at work listening to it. LOVE IT! Keep up the great work.

joy says:
06/02/2006

Rock on! Nice one....

Claudine says:
06/15/2006

I just finished Emotional Lipo and it is by far my favorite. I could not find better CRAZY anywhere but my job, Perry and Best Radio Ever so works out great since I'm listening at work...Keep up good work...also finished I'm Not Shy Anymore and loved it as well

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Vol. 25 | 06.01.2006

Can't Feel A Damn Thing

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For some reason, numbness seems to be playing a card in this month's entries.

So it seemed to be a great time to grab this one from the cellar.

A top download during its original release run. That ought to make this one a fun listen for both first time listeners and those that dug it the first time around.

1. Sowing The Seeds of Love (Full) - Tears For Fears
2. Mr. Brightside - The Killers
3. Citadel - The Rolling Stones
4. Gloria - Patti Smith
5. All Along The Watch Tower - XTC
6. Gin and Juice - Snoop Dog
7. Birdland - Weather Report
8. Mother's Daughter - Santana
9. The Ballad Of Billy The Kid - Billy Joel
10. Hoedown - Emerson, Lake and Palmer
11. 68 Guns - The Alarm
12. I Met A Girl - Wheat
13. Waterfall - Wendy and Lisa
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
15. Baby's On Fire - 801
16. Peppermint Lump - Angie
17. Grandelinquent - Klark Kent
18. In The Air Tonight (demo) - Phil Collins


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Don't forget to tell your friends . . .

Look for the second archive title to be made available about mid month.

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Rory Hutcheson says:
10/09/2007

I've downloaded nearly all podcasts and so far this is the one i keep coming back to. XTC 'All along the watchtower' is an absolute gem! Best podcast on the web. Keep up the good work!

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Vol. 38 | 05.01.2006

Anything Can Happen Day

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NEW FOR MAY 2006

Any day can be Anything Can Happen Day.

Might as well be listening to this in case it is . . .

1. If I Had A Rocket Launcher (live acoustic) - Bruce Cockburn
2. I Don' Like Mondays - The Boomtown Rats
3. I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass - Nick Lowe
4. The Man Who Sold The World - Nirvana
5. I'm Eighteen - Alice Cooper
6. Kick Out The Jams - Rage Against The Machine
7. Instant Karma - John Lennon
8. I Feel You - Depeche Mode
9. Do The Strand - Roxy Music
10. Lay Me Down - David Crosby / Graham Nash
11. No Myth - Michael Penn
12. How To Save A Life - The Fray
13. Doctor Doctor - UFO
14. Green Grass and High Tides - The Outlaws
15. Run Run Run - Jo Jo Gunn
16. Happiness Is A Warm Gun - World Party
17. Happy Hour Again - The Housemartins
18. Pass The Buck - Andy Boller
19. To Be Over - Yes


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Billy Batts says:
05/15/2006

this one is getting a lot of play in the car ..nice to revisit some very old favorites plus hear some new discoveries...

kim says:
05/25/2006

Thank you for a great podcast!

Barry BURBs says:
06/04/2006

Hear Hear!

Duane Rosdahl says:
06/11/2006

Is it possible to get a link to the show notes? Play List, I can't stand not knowing who the artist is that I am Listening to. I need to know the title! It really drives me crazy.Don't make me Crazier than I Already am. Please?

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Vol. 37 | 05.01.2006

I'm Not Shy Anymore

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NEW FOR MAY 2006

Brand spanking new for Spring 2006.
With the return of nice weather I serve up this little musical gem for your springtime liberation from going "crazy" from being chained to the house through the winter . . .

1. Freeway Jam - Jeff Beck
2. We Can Work It Out - The Beatles
3. Pulling Mussels From The Shell - Squeeze
4. Dani, California - Red Hot Chili Peppers
5. Brian Wilson - Bare Naked Ladies
6. Heroes and Villains - The Beach Boys
7. See Emily Play - Pink Floyd
8. Set The Timer - Tirez-Tirez
9. Message In A Bottle - The Police
10. Fury - Prince
11. Funkopolis - Die Warzau
12. D.J. - David Bowie
13. Cigarette Smoke - Arctic Monkeys
14. Toys In The Attic (unplugged) - Aerosmith
15. Glow Girl - The Who
16. Always On My Mind - Pet Shop Boys
17. Dance To The Music /Musiclover/ Higher - Sly and The Family Stone
18. It's All Over - Nektar

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like.
Accept no substitute . . .

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Vol. 22 | 05.01.2006

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

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A Classic.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised might in fact be one of my favorites of the back catalog.

Almost had a notion to put this one at the top of the May list which is reserved for the new podcasts, I enjoyed listening to it so much in retrospect.

Let me know what you think or am I just waxing poetic . . . ?

1. Good Night Saigon - Billy Joel
2. Red Rain - Peter Gabriel
3. Stan - Eminem
4. Tom Sawyer - Rush
5. Lysistrata - Utopia
6. Tommy Gun - The Clash
7. Accidents Will Happen - Elvis Costello
8. Who's Landing In My Hangar - Human Switchboard
9. You're Gonna Miss me Baby - 13th Floor Elevator
10. Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi
11. Babooshka - Kate Bush
12. School - Supertramp
13. Smell Like Team Spirit - Nirvana
14. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
15. Enter Sandman - Metallica
16. The King will Come - Wishbone Ash
17. The Revolution will Not be Televised - Gil Scott-Heron

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Mat says:
05/10/2006

This one was great, I really enjoyed it.

Nancy S. says:
05/13/2006

You got it all rushing back to us now, like a Fox Sports post-game historic wrap-up from hell: The goofy uniforms of the late seventies, the outfield shower, Richie Allen--man, back in the day it was about everything but baseball (because there was so little of it actually happening in Comiskey in them days!)--Bill Veeck, originator of Bat Day (what WAS he thinking?), and DISCO DEMOLITION! Thanks, Perry, you ROCK!

Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Thanks for another great podcast!

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Vol. 10 | 05.01.2006

Please Return To Your Seats

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Liberated from the vault.

Please Return To Your Seats was recorded as I watched the 25th Anniversary broadcast documentary of the infamous Disco Demolition at Chicago's Comiskey Park in 1979. The title is derived from the hilarity of the text on the scoreboard urging about 10,000 maniacs to "please return to their seats"

I was turned away from "Sox Park" about a block away by Chicago's Finest on horseback dressed in their classic baby powder blue riot gear that night. Baby blue has never looked so scary.

Although this podcast was inspired by those moments in title and intro only, contained in its grooves are classic "Best Radio You Have Never Heard" tracks . . .

1. The Boy In The Bubble (Remix) - Paul Simon
2. Pride (in The Name Of Love) (live) - U2
3. Bad (live) - U2
4. It's My Life (remix) - Talk Talk
5. In Between Days (extended 12") - The Cure
6. Aladdin Sane - David Bowie
7. Hungry Like A Wolf (unplugged) - Duran Duran
8. The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson
9. Hot With Fleas (remix) - Severed Heads
10. Slither - Velvet Revolver
11. Seattle - Public Image Ltd
12. Soul Survivor - Rolling Stones
13. Talk To Ya Later - The Tubes
14. The Way You Are - Tears For Fears
15. Twin Peaks - Angelo Badalamenti

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Barry BURBs says:
06/04/2006

Very 80s. Or was it? ;-) Another great podcast!

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Vol. 23 | 05.01.2006

Water Letter Outer

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Another from the archives.

"Water Letter Outer" pays homage to one of the greatest devices ever invented. Too bad Curly wasn't hanging around New Orleans last fall.

More great music from the ages contained on this one.

1. Funeral For a Friend / Love Lies Bleeding - Elton John
2. This Is Not America - David Bowie/Pat Metheny
3. America - The Nice
4. Mihalis - David Gilmour
5. Different Drum - The Stone Ponies
6. Change Your Mind - Gary Numan / Bill Sharpe
7. Harlem Nocturne - The Lounge Lizards
8. Soon - My Bloody Valentine
9. Body And Soul - Sisters Of Mercy
10. All Together Now - The Farm
11. Loosen Up - The Nazz
12. Cold Sweat - The Sugarcubes
13. Russians - Sting
14. Mother Russia - Renaissance
15. The End - The Doors

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Vol. 35 | 04.12.2006

The Road To Infinite

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BRAND NEW FOR APRIL 2006

Infinite. Population 000.

We are all on the road there. Where a skeleton faced bartender will ask "What'll ya have, stranger?"
Have the drink, put the pedal down and don't look back.
Never look back . . .

1. Over The Rainbow (outtake) - Judy Garland
2. Breathe Me - Sia
3. A Day In The Life - Sting
4. Worldwide Suicide - Pearl Jam
5. Courage - The Tragically Hip
6. In The Dead Of Night - U.K.
7. By The Light Of Day - U.K.
8. Presto Vivace and Reprise - U.K.
9. Over The Sea - Jesse Rae
10. Sexy Sadie (demo) - The Beatles
11. I Have The Skills - The Sherbs
12. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) - The Arcade Fire
13. Cities In Dust - Siouxsie and the Banshees
14. Chicago - Graham Nash
15. Love Revolution - The Almighty Whispers
16. Blue Sky Mine - Midnight Oil
17. Temporary Beauty - Graham Parker
18. She Bleeds Pink - The Living Blue
19. Fast Cars - Buzzcocks
20. Dancing With The Moonlit Knight - Genesis

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Aaron Mauldin says:
04/19/2006

Listening now and it's amazing! How do I find out what music this is? Do you list it somewhere or tell us in the podcast?

Jim Shillington says:
05/01/2006

Perry has really created something special in "Road to Infinite". It just whisks you away and sets you back down 80 minutes later. It is mellow, trippy, and intense all at the same time. I will be listening to this one frequently.

Sally Kraus says:
05/12/2007

cool site.

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Vol. 36 | 04.12.2006

Game Over

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BRAND NEW FOR APRIL 2006

Finally on the trail of the new podcasts. Got that new car smell as well.
A perfect way to or from the apocalypse.
A total express elevator straight to hell.
Going down . . . ?

1. Gimmie Shelter - The Rolling Stones
2. Broken English - Marianne Faithfull
3. Coldsweat - The Sugarcubes
4. Saturday Afternoon / Won't You Try - Jefferson Airplane
5. Dance Along The Edge (live) - Concrete Blonde
6. Midnight Rider - Gregg Allman
7. Let It Rain - Derek And The Dominos
8. Goodbye Rock and Roll Band - The Novaks
9. Under My Wheels - Alice Cooper w/ Guns and Roses
10. Ballet For Girl From Buchannon - Chicago
11. Everyday (Is Halloween) - Ministry
12. Been Caught Stealin' - Jane's Addiction
13. Come Dancing - The Kinks
14. Echo - Joe Satriani
15. When It's Cold Outside, I'd Like To Die - Moby

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Bob Lefley says:
04/12/2006

Can I please be approved

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04/12/2006

You are so approved . . . !

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Vol. 03 | 04.12.2006

Fractured Fairy Tales

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Some people will get the humor that this one bestows, some won't. A wink to those that do !
From the voluminous BRYHNH vault "Fractured Fairy Tales" rocks with the best of them.
Oh, and ya might not want to play this one in the car with the kids etc . . .

1. Fractured Fairy Tales Theme
2. Cop Killer (original Version) - Body Count
3. Tenement Funster - Queen
4. Flick Of The Wrist - Queen
5. Lily Of the Valley - Queen
6. The Thin Air - Magazine
7. Back To Nature - Magazine
8. Believe That I Understand - Magazine
9. This Is Not A Love Song - Public Image Ltd.
10. Duel - Propaganda
11. Love Resurrection - Allison Moyet
12. Games Without Frontiers (Massive Attack Mix) - Peter Gabriel
13. Collapsing New People - Fad Gadget
14. Compulsion - Martin Gore
15. Elevation - Television
16. Tears Run Rings (remix) - Marc Almond
17. Blank Generation - Richard Hell and The Voidoids
18. Merry Melodies Closing

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Billy Batts says:
04/13/2006

after receiving two speeding tickets in one week, this one was therapy for me..blasting track 2 on the outside speakers to be specific

Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Another great one! THANKS!

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Vol. 05 | 04.12.2006

Got Classic ?

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Taken from one of the very first podcasts, "Got Classic ?" is a show that people keep going back to. Sort of a theme oriented podcast, and why the heck not. I do have a few of them knocking around.
This one has no intro. Why? Because the intro to Song 1 far outdoes anything cute I could ever come up with. This would be a good time to grab that old faded concert t-shirt . . .

1. Intro / Sweet Jane - Lou Reed
2. Now I'm Here - Queen
3. Eight Miles High - The Byrds
4. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others (Live) - The Smiths
5. Away From Home - Klark Kent
6. Editions of You - Roxy Music
7. Rip This Joint - The Rolling Stones
8. On the Air - Peter Gabriel
9. D.I.Y. - Peter Gabriel
10. Sinsemilla - Black Uhuru
11. Hibernation - Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes
12. Sweet Child Of Mine - Guns'n Roses
13. Ohio - Crosby, Still, Nash and Young
14. White Bird - It's A Beautiful Day
15. Can't Find My Way Home - Blind Faith
16. Starship Trooper - Yes

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Richard Kongrosian says:
04/13/2006

Here he comes with a left, Deja Vooo! And then a BIG right!FowL! Look out for the sucker punch!Ow! Praise the Lord!

Do hippies listen to podcasts?

Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Soaked it up man :)

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Vol. 07 | 04.12.2006

Consequences

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Taken from the archive (originally released in 2004), "Consequences" is full of great artists, songs and sounds. Fully fitting as I have been going thru the consequences of having the site down. I suspect there will be calls for playlists after you have listened to this podcast.
I've always really liked "Consequences." You just fall deeper and deeper into the grooves.
Make sure you have the time for a couple of good plays as it will grow on you like . . . well, mold I guess.

1. Seascape - Godley & Creme
2. Wind - Godley & Creme
3. Across the River - Peter Gabriel
4. Babs & Babs - Daryl Hall
5. Urban Landscape - Daryl Hall
6. NYCNY - Daryl Hall
7. Incident On South Street - The Lounge Lizards
8. Catherine of Aragon - Rick Wakeman
9. Lady of the Lake - Starcastle
10. Brighton Rock - Queen
11. I Talk To The Wind (Demo) - Giles, Giles & Fripp
12. Waiting in the Wings - David Stewart / Barbara Gaskin
13. Camera Camera - Renaissance
14. Bella Lugosi is Dead - Bauhaus
15. Burial - Godley & Creme

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Richard Kongrosian says:
04/13/2006

I swear I have listened all the way thru twice ! Gotta have the track list!

Richard Kongrosian says:
04/13/2006

I swear I have listened all the way thru twice ! Gotta have the track list!

Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Frickin' top class!

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Vol. 33 | 03.01.2006

Rip You To Pieces

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BRAND NEW FOR MARCH 2006.

You got the head. tail and fin here. The whole damn fish . . .

For those who know what radio should or could sound like or for those who do know Jack !

1. Sympathy For The Devil - Guns and Roses
2. Pretty Vegas - INXS
3. If I Can't Change Your Mind - Sugar
4. Forever Lost - The Magic Numbers
5. Wonderwall - Oasis
6. The Song Remains The Same - Led Zeppelin
7. Senses Working Overtime / Grass / Love On A Farm Boys Wages (live acoustic) - XTC
8. Ghost Of A Girl - Bluerunners
9. Love In Vain - The Rolling Stones
10. Louisiana 1927 - Marcia Ball
11. For Whom The Bells Toll - Metallica
12. Trapped (live) - Bruce Springsteen
13. Save Tonight - Eagle Eye Cherry
14. I Love Cold Beverages - G-Love and Special Sauce
15. Smackwater Jack - Carole King
16. Doctor Wu - Steely Dan
17. Island In The Sun - Weezer
18. The Waters Of Lethe - Tony Banks

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J says:
03/07/2006

I can only think of one word to describe it...
JAM-ba-lay-a

Indy says:
03/13/2006

Defintely the BEST radio I've never heard!! Do you post tracklists for your podcasts?

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03/13/2006

Hey Indy, flip over to the blog page and you will find the answer to your tracklist question

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Vol. 34 | 03.01.2006

Super Service

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BRAND NEW FOR MARCH 2006.
This one is a dandy. All sorts of great stuff you have had an ear to new and old, plus a bunch you may be hearing for the first time that you wished you would have heard sooner.
FIll'er up . . . ?

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like or for those who do know Jack !

1. Wind Up Working In A Gas Station - Frank Zappa
2. Underwhelmed - Sloan
3. I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor - Arctic Monkeys
4. Fortress Around Your Heart - Sting
5. Every Little Thing - Yes
6. Sugar Kane - Sonic Youth
7. Angry Eyes - Loggins and Messina
8. Wolves, Lower - REM
9. King Of New Orleans - Better Than Ezra
10. Kiss Me On The Bus - The Replacements
11. Trees - Marty Casey and The Lovehammers
12. Fallen - Sarah McLachlan
13. Burn Down The Mission - Elton John
14. Leather Jacket - Mick Taylor
15. Nth Degree - Morningwood
16. Public Image - Public Image Ltd.
17. Perfect Kiss - New Order

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Barry BURBs says:
08/05/2006

Great Saturday afternoon music. Thanks again Perry!

Icy Mountain says:
08/17/2008

Trees! Marty Casey! #2 behind JD Fortune. Pretty Vegas rocks!

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Vol. 29 | 03.01.2006

Keep A Stiff Upper Lip, Queenie

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I really am at a loss as to what to say here, as witty is not in order. Queenie has been keeping a stiff upper lip since this podcast first appeared in December of 2005. Recent news tells me it's time for her reprise and we dedicate this month of March 2006 to our dear little sweetie . . .

1. Father Christmas - The Kinks
2. 21st Century Digital Boy - Bad Religion
3. Eight Miles High - Husker Du
4. James Connolly - Black 47
5. God Only Knows - The Beach Boys
6. Artists Only - Talking Heads
7. Further Excerpts From My Secret Garden - Depeche Mode
8. Birthday - The Sugarcubes
9. Karn Evil 9 (Second Impression) - Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
10. Just Lose It - Eminem
11. The Message - Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five
12. Johhny5 - Anemo
13. Shimmer - Fuel
14. Sister Disco - The Who
15. Fool’s Gold - The Stone Roses
16. Waking The Witch - Kate Bush
17. Soma - Smashing Pumpkins

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Teri says:
05/18/2006

We miss you Queenie honey.

Pauline Lustro says:
07/06/2006

When ur my age just hearing is The Best Radio I'm glad I can hear!! It's great, very relaxing and soothing. Love u 2 Queenie

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Vol. 21 | 03.01.2006

Music To Be Murdered By

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Probably one of the biggest fan favs, Music To Be Murdered By appeared in July of 2005 as one of the first flights of The Best Radio You Have Never heard podcasts.
One to certainly pull the whole family around the Victrola for a night of Rockwellian proportion . . .

1. Music to be Murdered By - Alfred Hitchcock
2. Lose Yourself - Eminem
3. Stigmata - Ministry
4. The Ocean - Led Zeppelin
5. I am the Walrus - XTC
6. Love Is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar
7. Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town - Pearl Jam
8. Shine - StephanGrapelli / David Grisman
9. Narnia - Steve Hackett
10. Shine On - House of Love
11. Sin - Nine Inch Nails
12. The Last of the New Wave - Utopia
13. Veronica - Wreckless Eric
14. Radio Radio - Elvis Costello
15. The Draize Train (live) - The Smiths
16. Running up that Hill - Kate Bush
17. The real Me (Demo/alternative take) - The Who
18. Sheep - Pink Floyd

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MrBitterman says:
03/14/2006

Perry Bax Your my H E R O !

Barry BURBs says:
07/17/2006

Wow! Brought tears to my eyes. Definately my favourite so far (until I listen again to your back catalogue anyhow). Sheep is my favourite Roger Waters track, awesome. The 'Oo in it too! Top marks & respect.

FastCar says:
01/10/2014

Awesome - but I had to remove The Smiths. They're very marmite to me (either you love or hate them) and I fall into that 2nd category - sorry.

Camilla says:
04/08/2016

This is great! It took me a few years to catch up with you, but I am sure glad I did. I loved the addition of Pat Benatar and Kate Bush here.....I remember hearing Running... song for the first time in 86.....probably on WIUS. Thanks for sharing your music!

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Vol. 24 | 03.01.2006

Never Tell Me The Odds

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More entries to the pile of back catalog coming up the pipe. Never Tell me The Odds first appeared in October of 2005 and sounds as fresh as the day it was born . . .

1. Make It - Aerosmith
2. So You Want To Be A Rock and Roll Star - The Byrds
3. Funky Ceili - Black 47
4. Hang On To A Dream - The Nice
5. Daily Nightly - The Monkees
6. Video Killed The Radio Star - The Buggles
7. The Great Deceiver - King Crimson
8. Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart
9. Heavy Metal Kids - Utopia
10. (New Wave) Polly - Nirvana
11. Talk To Ya Later - The Tubes
12. Teacher Teacher - Rockpile
13. Happy - Stabbing Westward
14. Wooden Ships - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
15. Big Bottom - Spinal Tap
16. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet - The Blues Magoos
17. San Jacinto - Peter Gabriel
18. Babooshka (demo) - Kate Bush
19. Soon - Patrick Moraz

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Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Sunny afternoon, farting about on computer but with a great accompanyment! Thanks again!

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Vol. 32 | 01.31.2006

Big Cold Chop

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NEW FOR February 2006. The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like or for those who do know Jack!

1. Bigmouth Strikes Again - Placebo
2. Pretty In Pink - Psychedelic Furs
3. Tonight, Tonight - Smashing Pumpkins
4. Precious - Depeche Mode
5. Dakota - Stereophonics
6. Echo Beach - Martha and The Muffins
7. The Eyes - Prophecy
8. Running Up That Hill - Kate Bush with David Gilmour
9.The Last Of The Famous International Playboys - Morrissey
10. The Party's Crashing Us Now - Of Montreal
11. We Care A Lot - Faith No More
12. Unused Piano Theme - The Who
13. Won't Get Fooled Again - Pete Townshend
14. Speak To Me/Breathe (Doctored Remix) - Pink Floyd
15. Time (Doctored Remix) - Pink Floyd
16. On The Run (Doctored Remix) - Pink Floyd
17. Great Gig In The Sky (Doctored Remix) - Pink Floyd
18. DSOTM Outro - Pink Floyd

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Gareth Ducnan says:
02/03/2006

Hi Gareth here from the UK. Just downloaded and listerned to Vol 32 - my first podcast downloaded from this site - great stuff - ex quality - keep it up please!!!

Boris and Natasha says:
02/13/2006

Give more podcast we give back Moose and Squirrel.

Dude, Rock ON! Laura and Kenny gave me the skinny on your recent foray into Pod-dom. Cole and I are lovin' it. On question though, who's this Jack you speak of?

We'll be listening...

Joy

wilson says:
02/26/2006

Great music!!! Is there a way to get access to the track listing? There are some tracks that I loved but I have no idea on who is playing and the name of the song.

Purple Data says:
02/26/2006

Pretty soon the RIAA will be knocking on your door...

tap..tap...tap...
Hey,what's that sound?

Perry responds . . .

That sound?
The sound of my money going into the bank accounts of the artist I play via my licensing through BMI, ASCAP and SESAC . . .

Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Top notch! (as ever) Thanks!

The Doctor says:
01/16/2008

Hi Perry, Thank you for including some material from my remixed Dark Side of The Moon. Nice podcast you got!

Cheers,
Doc

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Vol. 31 | 01.31.2006

Take A Trip

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NEW FOR February 2006.

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. For those who know what radio should or could sound like or for those who do know Jack !

1. Supernaut - 1000 Homo DJ's with Trent Reznor
2. July - Chris Connelly
3. Spirit Of Radio - Rush
4. Spit It Out - Brenden Benson
5. Sister Havana - Urge Overkill
6. Theme from an Imaginary Western - Mountain
7. Cowboy Son - Thin Lizzy
8. Jumpin' Jive - Joe Jackson
9. Bitch School - Spinal Tap
10. Skin Deep - The Stranglers
11. Dyslexic Heart - Paul Westerberg
12. Valerie Loves Me - Material Issue
13. Bend Me, Shape Me - The American Breed
14. Little Thoughts - Bloc Party
15. Walking Distance - Buzzcocks
16. Love Will Tear Us Apart - The Cure
17. Pale Shelter - Tears For Fears
18. Bellboy - The Who
19 .Dead Girls Of London - L. Shankar w/ Warren Zevon
20. Never Never Land - Todd Rundgren

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Barry BURBs says:
08/06/2006

Im catching up! Another good listen, thanks!

Bill Donnelly says:
06/09/2012

Really Love this....you are the king...I hope other people are paying attention to all the great work in the archive...

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Vol. 01 | 01.31.2006

Life Imitates Art. Who's Art ?

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Another entry from the archive.
Geepers, it's swell to have some breathing room on both the storage and bandwidth !
"Life Imitates Art. Who's Art ? -The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 01" first appeared July, 2006 and was one of the maiden BRYHNH podcast releases.
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1. Eleven - Spinal Tap
2. Open My Eyes - Nazz
3. Head Like a Hole - Nine Inch Nails
4. Highway Star - Deep Purple
5. The Thrill of it All - Roxy Music
6. Wicked Game - Chris Isaak
7. Voices Carry - Til' Tuesday
8. Ball & Chain - Janis Joplin
9. Reach Down - Temple of the Dog
10. Don't Want to Know if You Are Lonely - Husker Du
11. Millennium - Killing Joke
12. Sea Lion - Jethro Tull
13. Incident On South Street - The Lounge Lizards
14. Dear God - Sarah McLachlan
15. Can't Find My Way Home - Swans
16. Sufficiently Breathless - Captain Beyond

Compiled and Mixed/Edited by Perry Bax/Chicago/USA

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Marc says:
09/24/2012

Just discovered BR. Awesome!

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Vol. 09 | 01.31.2006

Better War Through Religion

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The next in a series of "back catalog" additions for those who have may just be joining us in progress or who have expressed the desire to download previous episodes. Seems as I am adding in the back catalogue, they are being swooped in on and downloaded so why stop now ?
"Better War Through Religion-The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 09" first appeared September, 2006 and uses some of rocks finest artists to point out the absurdities of both religion and morality. I should add that with the nature of the topic, it goes without saying that this episode does contain some, hmmm how should I say . . . explicit language ?


1. Religion / Sadness Johnny Lydon / PIL / Enigma Buy From iTunes
2. Losing My Religion - REM Buy From iTunes
3. Catholic Girls - Frank Zappa Buy From iTunes
4. Do You Like My New Car - Frank Zappa Buy From iTunes
5. Crown of Creation - Jefferson Airplane Buy From iTunes
6. I Will Follow - U2 Buy From iTunes
7. Dear Father - Yes Buy From iTunes
8. Dear God - XTC Buy From iTunes
9. Easter - Patti Smith Buy From iTunes
10. Jesus Built My Hot Rod - Ministry Buy From iTunes
11. Hurt - Nine Inch Nails Buy From iTunes
12. Heroes - Blondie w/ Robert Fripp Buy From iTunes
13. Jewish Princess - Frank Zappa Buy From iTunes
14. Like a Prayer - Madonna Buy From iTunes
15. We're Not Gonna Take It - The Who Buy From iTunes

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Pete says:
06/29/2006

I just love listening to Zappa, the Mothers always make me laugh.

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Vol. 30 | 01.31.2006

Four Thousand Holes

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Four Thousand Holes was the latest entry into the 1/1/06 edition on the former host site. It appears here in all of it's aural glory

1. St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) / A Day In the Life - The Beatles
2. Looking Glass - Shimmer
3. Everyday - Steve Hackett
4. Don't Bother - Shakira
5. Rape Me - Nirvana
6. London Calling - The Clash
7. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) - Talking Heads
8. Madman Across The Water (Original Full Version) - Elton John
9. Hardy Country - Andy Summer / Robert Fripp
10. Dragula - White Zombie
11. Burning House Of Love - X
12. Fait Accompli - Curve
13. Burning With Optimisms Flame (Live) - XTC
14. English Roundabout/Cut It Out - XTC
15. Aerial - Kate Bush
16.Auld Lang Syne - Jimi Hendrix / Band Of Gypsys

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Barry BURBs says:
06/04/2006

Good work! :)

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Vol. 26 | 01.31.2006

Dance Of The Ranch Rabbits

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The second in a series of "back catalog" for those who have may just be joining us in progress or who have expressed the desire to download previous episodes. I will gradually add more each month as this site now supports more storage and bandwidth.
"Dance Of The Ranch Rabbits-The Best Radio You Have Never Hear Vol. 26" first appeared October, 2006.

1. C'Mon, C'mon - The Von Bondies
2. Start - The Jam
3. My Sister - Juliana Hatfield
4. Cry For Love - Iggy Pop
5. American Idiot - Green Day
6. Blaze (And The Feeling Thereof) - Shimmer
7. Touch Of Grey - The Grateful Dead
8. Jump - Aztec Camera
9. Candy On The Cross - David J
10. Bring On The Dancing Horses - Echo and the Bunnymen
11. Penny Lane - David Bowie
12. Like Toy Soldiers - Eminem
13. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - Black Uhuru
14. Hurricane - Bob Dylan
15. All The Children Sing - Todd Rundgren
16. Squonk - Genesis
17. Short Skirt. Long Jacket - Cake

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Vol. 02 | 01.31.2006

In A Big World

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The first in a series of "back catalog" for those who have may just be joining us who have expressed the desire to download previous episodes. I will gradually add more each month as this site now supports more storage and bandwidth.
"In A Big World-The Best Radio You Have Never Hear Vol. 02" first appeared July, 2006.

1. In a Big Country - Big Country
2. Another World - Joe Jackson
3. China Town - Joe Jackson
4. The Real Slim Shady - Eminem
5. Strawberry Fields Forever - XTC
6. Losing my Religion - Tori Amos
7. Hurt - Johnny Cash
8. Possession - Sarah McLachlan
9. Thunderstruck - AC/DC
10. Monkey Gone to Heaven - Pixies
11. Cuts You Up - Peter Murphy
12. Police on my Back - The Clash
13. Annie Get Your Gun - Squeeze
14. Jump - Van Halen
15. Cherub Rock - The Smashing Pumpkins
16. Your So Physical - Nine Inch Nails
17. Street Fighting Man - The Rolling Stones
18. In a Big Country - Keller Williams w/ Big Country

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Vol. 19 | 01.31.2006

Set The Controls for 1896

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NEW for January 2006. Another hold over from Podblaze that seemed too good to cut off early . . .

1. Peabody Theme
2. Kill Your Television - Ned's Atomic Dustbin
3. All Along The Watchtower - U2
4. P-Machinery (12 Inch) - Propaganda
5. Mr. Blue Sky - Electric Light Orchestra
6. The Last Ride - Todd Rundgren
7. Still - Peter Sinfield & Greg Lake
8. Close To The Edge - Rick Wakeman
9. Pacific 212 - 808 State
10. Tour de France (12inch) - Kraftwerk
11. Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourn
12. Mrs. Robinson - Lemonheads
13. Woodstock - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
14. I Confess - English Beat
15. I Love King Selassie - Black Uhuru
16. Harold Land - Yes
17. Manipulation - Genesis

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Flexible Head says:
05/12/2008

Just came across this podcast...and any broadcast that includes Ned's Atomic Dustbin is definitely worth a listen...I'm downloading now! Cheers!

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Vol. 04 | 01.30.2006

Floating Sex Bucket

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NEW for January 2006. and disrupted on the Podblaze site by the bandwidth issues. Here for downloadable pleasure.

1. Star Wars Imperial March - John Williams
2. Beers, Steers & Queers - Revolting Cocks
3. Hey Man Nice Shot - Filter
4. Ungod - Stabbing Westward
5. Janie's Gotta Gun - Aerosmith
6. Melt the Guns - XTC
7. Reptile - The Church
8. King - Shimmer
9. America - Yes
10. Murder by Numbers - Frank Zappa & Sting
11. Stairway To Heaven - Frank Zappa
12. Mexican Radio - Wall of Voodoo
13. Never Let Go - Camel

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Barry BURBs says:
06/03/2006

Thoroughly enjoyed, thanks dude!

Ian says:
06/25/2015

Very cool, made my morning fly by listening to this.

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  • Kill. Your. Television.
    But save your podcasts!
  • Inspiration pours forth from Chi-town electronically circling the globe, spreading sounds for audiophiles everywhere.
  • Excellent flow and quality of content
  • One of the best ever podcasts..... carefully curated..... impressing knowledge on selections.... amazing openness and taste.
  • GREAT CONTENT!!!! 
    Love the flow of music, and talking is unobtrusive and blended.
  • you won't get these playlists anywhere else. great picks and reliability. low (but interesting) talking to mess with your listening
  • THE BEST PLAYLIST I'VE NEVER HEARD
  • I have listened to 3 or 4 BRYHNH episodes a day for the past week, and I have no time for any other podcasts now.
  • I like 95% of what I hear on BRYHNH. I am familiar with 80% of the artists I hear on BRYHNH. I've only heard 5% or less of the tracks played on BRYHNH playlists.
  • No other radio broadcast or podcast has your tastes in playlist or format. Hope to listen for to BRYHNH for at least another 12 years!
  • I truly appreciate the work you've done with BRYHNH. I have described the podcast to my fiancee as like discovering a new friend with an awesome record collection.
  • I have been geeking out with all my serious music friends and family about BRYHNH. 
    Now, thanks to BRYHNH, we can stay current with with the sort of music that truly moves us, without it being solely "classic rock/pop oldies" format. 
  • Glad that your podcast arrived - great listen as usual - must be hard keeping up the new/eclectic/old music and getting it to all mesh together. Hopefully you have assistance from wife, dogs, producers, etc. Keep the music coming, never get tired of seeing what surprises you will come up with.
  • Hi. 
    Wow, amazing . . .
  • Perry, this one is one your best... I've given it several listens in the past few days ...
  • Well done boss. 
    When the pressures on you always nail it. 
  • Loving this.
  • Brilliant, as ever!
  • Always an excellent listen.
  • That is the best damn version of Elizabeth Reed I have ever heard. OMG.
  • Nice playlist! Thanks Perry !
  • Starcastle and Nektar on the same setlist? Next you'll be doing Triumverats "Illusions on A Double Dimple" or "Eruption:Tommy" by Focus;) which Steve Hackett covered
    Glad you are playing these forgotten bands and keeping them in the publics eye.
  • Not just way back, but way way way back!
    All thumbs up.
  • Holy Cow! Why, why, why don't I listen to your podcast more often? This is just total proof that good music is hiding out there and must be ripped out of its hiding place by the likes of Perry Bax. Now if you could only arrange for this to be required listening!
  • Perry. I used to love the anticipation of a new Beatles, Stones, Dylan, Floyd etc. album. Those days are long gone and CD's don't have the same feel, so they aren't a longed for event. BRYHNH episodes however have sort of taken over from albums and I do look forward to them, wondering what weird and wonderful combinations of music you're gonna throw together. Keep on keeping on my friend.
  • The last show was great, this show is great, and I'm sure the next show will be great.
  • Don't know what to do if you stop !!! 
    99% of my music listening comes from BRYHNH.
  • Greatest ever show since the last one i said that about. Just top class stuff.
  • No other podcast captures the range and diversity of music out there - both brand spanking new and from other universes.
  • Thank you for all your hard work with this project; The music is always stunning.
  • When you create music you need all the inspiration you can find,  Perry and the show are just that. Listen to why it's "The Best". Here's to big musical swells in 2016!
  • If you like rock music, especially classic rock, this podcast is definitely for you. Every two weeks you get a mix of covers, live, unreleased, B-sides that you've never heard from bands you know and love! This is NOT your local classic rock station that plays the same 3 Beatles, Rolling Stones and Led Zep tracks over and over. 
    Perry Bax, keep up the good work, Canada loves you!
  • Perry's podcasts are a rare gem, effortlessly melding old and new, reminding us of glorious pieces of music we may not have heard for some time with rare intriguing alternative and live versions and up to the minute releases. Think of Perry as a master chef, taking quality ingredients and making something delicious. Thanks!
  • Two times a month I am looking forward to download these very special compilations of Perry Bax from Chicago. Thanks for the best podcast I know from van Uitert, Oosterbeek, Netherlands.
  • I have roamed the podcast desert but I always come back to BRYHNH as i can rely on it. Top quality recordings of versions of songs I never would have heard otherwise, presented in great sequence w/ a dash of humor. Simply the finest ---
  • Simply the best podcast I've ever heard. I've been a listener for many years now and it just doesn't LET you go. Addictive quality and GREAT GREAT music choices put together by Mr. Perry Bax and his assistants Paulie,, Vinnie and the new boy Cuco. 
    5 star ratings.
  • Eclectic, interesting mix of music.
    Informative, sometimes funny and always great to listen to. 
    What are you waiting for?!!!
  • Your show is amazing!!!  I listen to a number of podcasts throughout the day and yours by far is the best.  
    Yours is all I listen to on my way home each day from work.  On those really hard days, it really helps to pick me up.  Keep up the great work!
  • Killer show. Killer editing. What more can I say apart from listen to this over and over. Get the app, subscribe, donate. 
    Just listen.
  • So Perry played football in high school, was in a really bad van accident 30 or so years ago, hit a car door suddenly swung open before him on his bike at full tilt; all of which caused massive trauma to his body and arguably his brain pan. Any of these could be responsible for his innate ability to mix genres and go from Pink Floyd to Bauhaus or Steven Wilson to Zappa and make you think that it was supposed to be that way all along. But I knew him well before those concussive events and he had the gift even then.
  • Once again Perry shows us why he's the best, great listen.
  • Keep up the great work man! America and the free world need great music and a DJ to play it. So sick of the way radio is now.
  • Once again, Perry, what I've listened to so far is fantastic. Much appreciation to you!
    It's always a treat to recognize voices, style, etc. as well as being introduced to artists I've not heard.
  • Mr. Perry Bax, host of this podcast, seems to outdo himself on a regular basis. I present Exhibit A:  A little something for everyone; new stuff, the proggy, classic, and jam persuasions. Much of this goes into the realm of pure musical invention. 
    Really, get ready to scrub to it!
  • This is another shining example of the reason I first started listening to BRYHNH. 
    You will hear stuff you thought you knew, and then you will be pleasantly surprised by the twists, then Perry picks some magic out of the blue, and there I am looking up some group that is new to me. 
    So bravo. 
  • You won't get these playlists anywhere else. Great picks and reliability. Low advertising to mess with your listening.
  • As there is no best blues prog rock jam band fusion category...or witty politically savvy host section with 3 dogs in the control room category...I'll go with Rock Alternative.
  • 'bout the best radio I've ever heard!
  • Thanks Perry, great playlist! 

  • Been to busy to say thanks for another masterpiece . . .
  • St. Peters church grounds, grooving to the sound of "Echoes" and the newest BRYHNH podcast...someone wake me when the hog is done.
  • All I know is it's been like Christmas in July getting 2 Podcasts back to back
  • I was born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago, and I'm a loyal listener of BRYHNH.
  • Yet another stunning collection from Perry's World, all the way from Luxembourg wedged between France, Germany and Belgium.
  • This one is great just got better and better as it progressed. Loved it.
  • BRYHNH:
    Rock and Roll, and great musical knowledge.
  • You won't get these playlists anywhere else. Great picks and reliability.
  • Great show!
    An amazing mix of great originals, never before heard live cuts, and unexpected covers.
  • Quite a great selection . . .
  • Great choices, Perry, as usual.
  • Wow, Perry, this one blew me away! 
  • Very cool, made my morning fly by listening to this.
  •  Good tunes !
  • Can't wait to fire up my laptop and download it.
  • Fantastic as always PB!
    Talk about a mixed bag!?!?
  • Still wondering how you come up with your inspiring titles?
  • I'm going to put this on outside stereo so the neighbors can listen to and do some garden work. Great music
  • Love the show, keep up the good work!
  • Great app, btw
  • Awesome podcast as usual.
  • Finally, I had an hour+ to myself to listen to another great work by the master Perry.
  • Loved the reconstructed "Tommy"
  • This episode was a great way to travel thru Kentucky and Tennessee
  • How freaking good is the PB mixdown . . . ?
  • It is the soundtrack to the next fortnight!
  • Great episode! Thank you Perry Bax. 
    You ROCK! 
  • Yay! 
    Love that it's this time again for a new BRYHNH !
  • What a great listen. 
    My ears are happy.
  • Best Rock Podcast out there, keep it coming. 
    Love it.
  • One of your best !
  • Loved the episode Perry. May have to play it daily until the next one.
  • Awesome !
  • Cool ! ! ! 
  • Another great listen, made my morning commute nice across the desert.
  • Have I told you lately how much I love you ?
  • YOU are One Cool,Musically-addicted personage of note, and pushin' it, and hookin' it, to all of us others, out here in the ether, I fuckin' love what you do, and how you do it!!
  • This is the best music podcast on the web. I can't help it; I love prog rock! 
  • Hey Perry

    Just wanted to pass on a big thanks from South Korea. In the land of everything K-Pop and The Armed Forces network your awesome podcasts are great and bring back many memories from the 70's to present. Once again a big thanks from Osan Air Base.
  • Thanks for such a spectacular podcast!! Currently working my way through the back catalogue :0)
  • I've slowly been getting into the Best Radio podcasts that Perry does. 
    Amazing man, Perry is. 
    Love his encyclopedic knowledge (and his library of rare recordings).
  • Allow me to thank YOU, again, Mr. B., for all the pleasure I've had in listening to your own very fine work, and that of your cohorts, in the production of BRYHNH:  
    the best podcast on the web, bar none!  You, sir, are a radiophile's treasure of the highest order.
  • NOBODY can do mixes like Perry Bax! I use TBRYHNH to patiently convert myself to any and all rock flavors.... and Perry is the best preacher possible !
  • I don't usually listen to classic rock per se, but this is a little different, sort of a genre hopping mix . . . its all brand new, and you can stream it or download the podcast from Best Radio You Have Never Heard
     
  • Another quality setlist by Perry . . .
    I am trying to share the show with one friend every two weeks. Share the wealth.
  • Excellent show I stumbled upon here. Bandwidth is limited for live streaming, however the podcasts are gems! Better than any music radio station ever in South Africa. :-)
  • well another BELTER nuff said xx
  • Thanks for another fine edition including an enjoyable Triple Townshend. A perfect 10 from and judges.
  • Perry, first time I've ever been on a podcast. Fantastic!
  • Excellent podcast, starting with the great Byrne and ending with the beautiful King Crimson. Thanks a lot for so much musical joy!
  • Top class show entered onto my (soon to be discontinued I pod classic for my Run tomorrow.. ACED it sorry NO favs this shout, its all just a GREAT listen.
  • I just got back from traveling, and finally got on my bike yesterday and finally listened to this podcast and it is AWESOME...one of your best. Great riding music.
  • Just glanced at the play list, I can hardly wait.
  • Live Faces . . .
    'nuff said
  • YOU ROCK DUDE !!!!
  • Thanks so much Perry, an amazing podcast! Im finding "easter eggs"
  • Well done.  Brilliant Podcast. You have reminded me of so much great music and introduced me to so much new stuff. Thank you.
  • Your latest podcast was outstanding! 
  • Your shows are great.  I can identify about 80% of the artists right off the bat and then the other 20% are fun to figure out (or wait for you to identify).  I think that is about the right mix - shows that you and I have similar tastes but still plenty of chances for me to hear something new.
  • So I finally had some time last night to go through your shows, convert them to FLAC, apply metatags, etc.  So now your shows all categorized neatly into my Foobar interface and, since I'm here alone, I went to sleep last night listening to a shuffle of your shows. Stayed on until my computer rebooted for a windows update around 5:00 AM.  Now that was fun!
  • I was nominated for the Gratitude Challenge.
    I am grateful for my twice a month guilty pleasure, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard podcast, always bringing a unique blend of live performances and studio rarities. The best 90 minutes of every fortnight!
  • I was nominated for the Gratitude Challenge.
    I am grateful for my twice a month guilty pleasure, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard podcast, always bringing a unique blend of live performances and studio rarities. The best 90 minutes of every fortnight!
  • Thanks, Perry!
    For fully one hour, nineteen minutes and forty-nine  seconds, listening to the 9/1/14 edition, my feet never touched earth!  You are the best.
  • Love the variety and the often hard-to-find or obscure versions of tunes
  • The music is incredibly well-chosen and mixed without mercy.
  • Now you know how I feel when I'm listening to BRYHNH.
    I see the orderly chaos . . .
  • I was there in the early days, in the basement, when you were inhaling huge amount of all kinds of music, As a friend of your kid brother I watched, listened, and absorbed and thanks to BRYHNH I haven't had to stop.
  • BRYHNH is like a cast iron pan, it will last forever and only gets better with age. The selections, transitions and "eeddditting" always keep me coming back for more. I have no need for commercial radio I now have 239 volumes of the BRYHNH.. "Shut up and play your BRYHNH"...looking forward to 240.
  • Great fookin podcast!
  • I just stumbled on the show as I searched around the web.
    It's a little treasure.
  • Thanks so much for making your past shows available - I just discovered your station! Great selection of tunes you put together; blues, vintage rock is awesome!
  • I have had a chance to listen to some of your stuff and it is sooo much better than the crap that is out there.  I will keep sending peeps your way ;)
  • I'm starting from the beginning of your archive.  Had one of the
    first shows playing nice & loud in my new shop after hours late the
    other night. 
  •  I'm a relative newcomer to the show, so I'm appreciating all your archived stuff.  It's really filling me in on a lot of great music I would've probably otherwise missed.
    Keep up the great work!
  • This really is the best radio I've never heard
  • BRYHNH podcast is always very good but this one is, to my mind, outstanding. Well worth 80 minutes of your time.
  • "Birds On Parade" (Vol. 73 - 11.01.2007), in my humble opinion, is your finest set of music, Perry. I have listened to this many times over the years & never tire of it. Just wanted you to know.

  • Keep the great music playing!
  • Perry, really diggin' the podcasts. Glad I found it. Listening to the newest and sounds great. !

  • It's a keeper, this one is . . .
    Trippy, and way cool!!
    I'm writing to my Senator:  You need  to be designated a national treasure!
  • Keep the podcasts coming!
    They really make the daily commute less of a grind.
  • Sweet! Another beaut!
    :-)
  • I always learn from your thematic selections and enjoy the whimsical hosting.
    Thanks for all the good stuff.
  • That playlist looks AWESOME !
  • Very cool !
  • Got a small preview. Love it !
    Looking forward to the drive home to listen in full.
  • Saturday night by the fire with BRYHNH !
    Woo-hoo !
  • Perry, once again an epic 'cast. I don't know how I manage the 2 odd weeks between each podcast
  • This is really nirvana in disguise, as I shall enjoy whatever time there is to devote to listening, and learning from this master, and likely listen again and again and again to some episodes, so do not care, really, if I ever catch up at all.
  • I regret there are as yet so many as-yet un-listened to episodes (by me, as new listener), and I can only devote a few hours each day to catching up.
  • There is not one thing I do not like about this show.
  • Perry has an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary music, musicians, and canny access to their recordings both live performances and studio ones.
  • Loving the integrity of Mr. Perry Bax, his musical tastes, proclivities, and choices; his skills re: mixing, blending, presenting music thematically; the marvelously quirky openings to every show!
  • Best one yet, sure wish I could buy the podcast version of these songs!  Keep it up Perry!!
  • I got hooked on BRYHNH while experimenting with podcasts on my (new)
    iPhone.  I am telling my friends it.
  • From the Netherlands, thanks for your efforts in producing a biweekly podcast to look forward to.
  • Amazing, thanks so much Perry
  • Been listening on and off all afternoon. Another eargasm.
  • Love the music! Great mix~
  • Can't wait to hear this on my ride to work tomorrow the selection looks great!
  • Cool Sound, thanks and cheers . . .
  • I can't stop listening to this! I rank this among my favorite podcasts . . .
  • Awesome eclectic collection!
  • Love your show! Newly discovered, can't wait for more!
  • I don't stay with any podcast long if it doesn't resonate with me. Rarely does this happen with BRYHNH.
  • I just started listening, and really enjoy your podcasts (yes, I did subscribe as well).  Thanks for the excellent podcasts.
  • I don't know where you find all this awesome music but I'm glad you do and want to thank you sincerely for putting this out. I've been telling everyone about it. Thanks so much.
  • I could be the giddiest kid on the block right now. I have been devouring these episodes and will be bummed when I have to wait two weeks for a new one.
  • Great as usual. This one will be great for my 1:20 commute. thank you.
  • Great job Perry, from the UK.
  • As ever, aural magic.
  • As always thanks!
    I download every episode for my drive time.
  • Another masterpiece Perry.
    A huge thanks for your time and effort.
  • Perry, thank you for this.
    Made my day.
  • Thanks for this great work.
  • Oh my gosh the king is back!
    I was hoping Perry would reconstruct this.
  • Been listening on and off all afternoon. Another eargasm.
  • Another excellent listening adventure, thank you
  • Regards from the wild side of the Atlantic
  • As usual your music is timely and unique. I look forward to the 1st and the 15th of each month . . .
    Thanks for all you do. 
  • I drive more than an hour each way going to and from work and the brilliant mix of music always keeps me entertained.
  • Fantastic music programming. Basically use it as a radio station on my mp3 player. Have listened to all of the programs up to date probably 4-5 times, and still not even close to bored. One of my favorite things is listening to a familiar song done differently or by another artist. Keep up the great work.
  • I have been listening to your podcast for years from the Netherlands, so thanks for your efforts in producing a biweekly podcast to look forward to. Excellent to listen to when driving and always a theme to connect everything.
    Frequently I hear some music I haven't heard before, inspiring me to
    investigate further.
  • I started working night shifts a month ago and in our office we have a shared radio. the default station of choice has a regular rotation of 80s and 90s pop tracks as well as a collection of irritating jingles. i guess what I'm saying is thank you for being a musical oasis in this bland commercial desert.
  • Love your show man, I tell everyone I know to listen.  Keep up the awesome work!
  • Living abroad and out of western culture for a while has left me 
    missing my old LP collection and it's refreshing to hear some of the 
    tunes you spin; especially the lesser known. I was so happy to 
    hear someone with such a  varied selection! Ah, memories.
  • What can I say man, your name says it all
    Today was the first time I attempted to get a podcast going and I couldn't
    have found a better one to start it all off.  The Names of your shows are
    kickass, and the music even better, I'm lovin it all!
  • Bax Rox!!! 
    Perry for President (and the Canines for
    the Cabinet) !!!
  • "Perry is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented pears and has been common for centuries in England..." well that may be so, but this fantastic podcast that plays classic tracks old and new is a real heady mixture that is intoxicating in its own unique way.
  • Just an observation about iTunes - the new iTunes radio (set to the "discovery" setting - does not offer the surprise factor that Mr. Bax has going on with BRYHNH. Guess I'm spoiled . . .

  • Best one yet, sure wish I could buy the podcast version of these songs!
    Keep it up Perry!!
  • As usual a great show. Just so well put together. You are so good to listen to. Work is so much better.
  • DAMN that's some good listening !

  • Find myself sweating blood for each new episode. In between I go back and suck on the juices of the past. Must I be reminded of DARK Shadows.
    Thanx for keeping my veins cursing.
  • You astound me with your choice of music.you blow me away with the quality of music. You have brought back the love of music in me....thanxs
  • Turn off that lame a$$ thing you're listening to that passes for radio and get thee hence...
  • Great, Perry! Just great! I look forward to the 1st and 15th every month. I love how you always weave seemingly disparate songs into a musical tapestry for the ear... It's like Christmas for this music junkie twice a month!
  • Hey Perry, your latest podcast is awesome, so is your new website.
  • As usual a great show. Just so well put together. You are so good to listen to. Work is so much better.
    Cheers from Greece!
  • DAMN that's some good listenin'.
  • Find myself sweating blood for each new episode. In between I go back and suck on the juices of the past. Must I be reminded of DARK Shadows.
    Thanx for keeping my veins cursing.
  • Fantastic as usual. Thanks again Perry :)"
  • Love your show man, I tell everyone I know to listen. 
    Keep up the awesome work!
  • Love your show man, I tell everyone I know to listen. 
    Keep up the awesome work!
  • Did not look at the playlist....popped it in the car CD player and smiled even on the damned L. I. Expressway.
  • You are the best Perry, thanks!
  • Hey Perry, love your show. Keep up the great picks.

  • I just discovered your podcast and I listened to this episode at work tonight. It is a huge understatement to say that I am blown away by the music you played on this podcast!!! I'm a fan now and I will be listening to every show as well as downloading all the previous episodes!!!
  • BRYHNH is REAL and not some phony assed commercial enterprise
  • Perry's choices stuke and knowledge are second to none... For an American ha ha. The scale of different music I have found or rediscovered even at age 49 is staggering, new and old.
  • Otherwise known as BPKTMOW (best podcast known to man or woman)
  • I recently downloaded a few of these podcasts and this is GREAT...
    The name is right! If your flying somewhere put a few of these on your iPad and enjoy.
  • I like the variety of music. I like that each show is somehow tied to current events, or a common theme. I especially enjoy the inclusion of the more obscure live tracks and "B" sides.
    Those are musical treasure!
  • Once in a while, things get a bit political. I don't always agree with Perry, but I respect him for his willingness to stand up for his principles.
  • BRYHNH rocks!
    Great music and its put together by a Guy who knows REALLY KNOWS.
  • Perry's presentation style is great. Helped me rediscover so much music I love and introduced me to a whole lot more.
  • Unique material (e.g. live tracks- demos). Brilliant variety of music. Anglophile (when it comes to music!
  • Great selection of songs each podcast, often with very timely and significant theme
  • I am a music fan from Ottawa, Ontario who has just discovered BRYHNH. Your choice of music is right in my wheelhouse. Well done--you definitely have a new fan, and I am spreading the word to my contemporaries.
  • I love the way that Perry Bax makes an eclectic selection of music tracks into an organic whole
  • Good combo of old (& sometimes forgotten) favorites, tunes I missed when released, and new, good selections
  • A very eclectic selection of music which matches my tastes. It's great to have such a variety and be introduced to something new and be reminded of
    something old.
  • Perry promises a show twice a month and he delivers that
  • Perry Bax has a deep domain of music knowledge which he freely shares with his listeners.

  • Just one word: Brill!!
    Thanks for the ride! I'm hooked!! 
  •  It rolls off the tongue like melted butter saying this is the best radio you have never heard.
  • Another show. Another killer audio assault.
    "I don't know how to stop" as PG says. Personally applies to beer and listening to BRYHNH. 
  • Thank you to Perry et al (for consistently putting out fine tunes bi-monthly for all of us out here in the ether)
  • It's like I said put together the perfect podcast for us to have dinner on the patio on a perfect late spring night.
  • Does the excellence of all this show KNOW no bounds . . . ?
    OK, I've said enough. This is the shit . . .
  • Thank you Perry! Enjoyed BRYHNH on my Saturday morning here in England
  • I have been traveling like a mad person....NY to Cincy, driving to Columbus, back to Cincy and then a drive from Chesapeak Va to DC....hours of windshield time are deadly UNLESS YOU Have the BEST RADIO YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD !
  • Just discovered BR. Awesome!
  • Had to drive to boston and back in two days. 6 hrs of 'windshield time' previous week down at the Jersey shore. 3+ hrs both ways and beach lounge time with the trusty iPod and "Perry Recommends" headphones, playing endless hours of the back catalog and the last few shows. Still blown away. Thank you sir.
  • I'm listening to the last two shows in reverse order as I was away at festivals. Lordy, this new one hit me broadside!

  • Does the excellence of all this KNOW no bounds . . . ?  
    OK, I've said enough.  This is the shit (does that mean what i think it does?) 
  • Commercial radio is now officially DEAD.
    And you Mr Perry Bax are responsible for hammering the final rusty nail into its' slowly beating heart.
  • What I like most about your podcasts is that they introduce me to new music. I have no idea where to hear new music, as I don't listen to FM anymore.
  • Another classic Perry-looking forward to the 15th already! 
  • Just reading the setlist...can't wait! 
  • Holy Sh*t..that is so damned good...W-0-W. Your sire, are the best 
  • Excellent choices again, Perry, just finished listening, Now I think I'll just listen again (can't get too much of a good thing!) 
  • LOVE your podcasts. I like listening while I run.
  • This will keep us smiling away and energized while we work this weekend.
    Thanks muchly! 
  • Really love this....you are the king...I hope other people are paying attention to all the great work in the archive... 
  • Just found you not sure why it took so long. Love the podcast
  • It's like I said put together the perfect podcast for us to have dinner on the patio on a perfect late spring night. 
  • Excellent music choices glad I found you, I am gonna have a blast listening to all the previous shows. :) 
  • Great show!
    I love the fact that you pick unconventional renditions of famous and more obscure songs.
  • It's Monday...
    I am in the city and I am downloading the BRYHNH show. Can't wait to listen.
  • We listen to Perry's pod cast all the time in the house. 
  • Don't know how Perry finds all those amazing recordings.
    It's brilliant!
  • Another set of "classic picks"  Perry, excellent choices again.
  • --- you have impeccable song orders---
  • Thank you Perry!
    Here is Shanghai we rejoice every time a new episode is posted.
  • WARNING:
    Listening to the back catalogue may mean that you almost miss your stop.
  • Another multi-listen podcast again!!!!

  • Really digging the groove on this one...great feel for a long flight to oblivion.
  • At long last I'm finally taking the time to grab every episode of BRYHNH and boy I'm glad it's still here for me... What a treat going all the way back to the beginning...! 
    Sooooo many rare treats... Your work is appreciated!

  • I have been listening to Rock and Roll since I was a kid and what I love about your podcasts is you play a lot of the great old stuff on your podcast and new music that I would never hear if it wasn't for you.
  • Another episode I can burn for the morning commute and set the tone for any day. We can all enjoy the snow with a bit more insight.
  • I listen to your podcast while commuting by bike - great music!
  • Although everyone will have heard most of the tunes before I don't think anyone will have heard these versions ever, nice one
  • Another "keeper" Perry! Keep up the good work-just finished listening to podcast on C.D.- nothing short of brilliant.
  • Perry ol man, I don't know what you are smoking but ever since you did the show #153, your podcasts have been dead on....I have enjoyed them all, keep doing what you are doing
  • Really enjoyed this one driving back from a weekend in Beantown.The back episode can be catagorized as vintage
  • Another set of excellent choices Perry. Especially enjoyed the T.R. track.
  • Really enjoyed this one driving back from a weekend in Beantown.The back episode can be catagorized as vintage

  • Nice one again Perry,something old, something new, your doing a damn fine job, keep on keeping on.
  • When was the last time you said...you know...I need to hear some Camel...
  • Well done Perry brilliant choices again my man, Beck, Camel nuff said, Allman Bros (took me back to 1970 something Knebworth! (possibly 71) and it still manages to squeeze onto one of those handy little compact discs.it's episode 159 by the way! the piano has been drinking and the carpet needs a haircut.
  • the best podcast, really. thank you.

  • You are the King of podcasts

  • You are the King of podcasts

  • Another classic Perry,tell me,where the hell did you get the Todd track? I've been listening to him for 38 years & I ain't ever heard that one before.
  • Terrific Show. Been listening to it all morning.
  • I just happened upon this site and am listening to this set. It's an awesome collection of songs and so are several of the live versions here. Thanks for putting this together!
  • Some eclectic, some exotic, all excellent. Keep on keepin on.
  • Just discovered this website. Very professional production.
    Another classic Perry,that's one of the best versions of "Mercury Blues" I've heard
  • This is a great mix, your mum must be rocking away for her birthday. It's the soundtrack to our UK office today!
  • You are like a hurricane! Once again an outstanding podcast.
  • With the power out for a week in CT...the podcast again proves to be worth gallons of gas from a generator...if one can buy one that is...
  • Great Podcast Again. For me your podcasts always get multiple listens until the grooves wear out. Great segways throughout. Can't remember when the last time I heard lots of these on the radio. Yes Never.... so Thanks
  • Another collection of great sounds Perry, keep up the great work, looking forward to the first of October already !
  • Loving the podcast here in the UK Perry
  • Perry, I haven't heard "Stratus" in years....I kind of forgot about that record....my goodness is that freaking exceptional...Thank You for you creativity man...really
  • Well I get your drones twice a month.. and Im happy about it! Wish it could be more...
  • Great stuff Perry! The variety and new discoveries always keep me coming back for more. Stay true bro...
  • Hey, (embarassingly late) I've just come across this podcast and love it.
  • Thanks Perry! This is awesome.
  • top stuff Dr Bax ... what else can ya say... At a business meeting and the main goal of one presenter was be Sure to DELIGHT YOUR CUSTOMERS....UK live-heart stopping , acoustic David Gilmour- pleasure, Patti Smith a joy, a live version of Back in NYC I never heard before...Yes, BRYHNH is Freaking Delightful...
  • Perry, you are The Man. I couldn't have wished for more. Bravo! 
  • Epic as ever Perry, this one will "shorten" my 8 hour bus trip next week.
  • enough to make a warped frustrated old man smile while spinning his web 
  • Thanx for absolutely everything.
    Your picks have always been my favz.
    Through your music we connect.

  • Your podcast rocks.
  • Some eclectic, some exotic, all excellent. Keep on keepin on.
  • I have listened to everyone for of your GREAT podcasts for several years and must tell you it brings a lot of musical pleasure to a lot of people two times each month.
  • Fucking awesome, Perry 
  • You are like a hurricane! Once again an outstanding podcast.
  • Hey Perry - fine stuff coming out of your show, great work background tunage. I've got a lot of past episodes to dig. Keep it up.
  • Speaking for those of us who only recently discovered your wonderful podcasts - DAMN YOU! DAMN YOU ALL TO HECK! I only listen to the magical music machine while doing house and yard chores - I've been working/listening so much lately that my wife wonders what transgression I'm making up for. What a wonderful job you do.
    Thanks for making my life a bit better!
  • Love your show, man :) 
    Listened to the most previous two last night while driving around. 
    Very neat diverse rock collection yet you're picking stuff that's totally listenable.
  • Although everyone will have heard most of the tunes before I don't think anyone will have heard these versions ever, nice one.
  • Love this Perry! Great job.I feel 17 years old again! 
  • Another "keeper" Perry! Keep up the good work-just finished listening to podcast on CD- nothing short of brilliant.
  • Nice one again Perry,something old,something new,your doing a damn fine job,keep on keeping on.
  • The best podcast, really. thank you.
  • Thanks for the great show!
    I downloaded every volume in iTunes, so I have a lot of catching up to do. Already started spreading the word at work !
  • This is my new favorite podcast. I love the set list format, with the songs in the sets showing in the show description on the iPod. Great music, and I've started supported the podcast by purchasing music through the iTunes links. Please don't change a thing. You've brought a lot of music back to me that was out of sight and out of mind so to speak.
  • The Best Radio You Have Never Heard" has been posting some great shows as of late. Host Perry plays an eclectic mix of styles ranging from classic to modern, focusing on good songwriting and musicianship.
  • One of the best entirely musical podcasts that you can enjoy! Show after show, Perry manages to deliver the new hot stuff, the classic oldies and some non-commercial-indie music to our ears. Ribbed, for your pleasure.
  • Also big thanks to Perry Bax, the legendary producer and manager of bands all around the globe.
     Its always a pleasure to listen to his great podcast with really chosen music at bestradiopodcast.com.
  • This is one of my favorite podcast ever! 
    Especially recommended for friends of my age or for younger generation who need to rediscover what rock music is all about.
  • What I like about your podcasts is that you bring us up to date on what some of the great musicians are doing these days, I mean as far as new recordings, collaboration, reissuing albums, etc.  Where else am I going to find out about that?
  • You combine the good new music with the great old tunes.  And, you wrap them all in a theme, that sometimes gets me to chuckle.  That's your gift.
  • You've introduced me to new music, and I don't even know where to go to hear new music.  I'm certainly not going to hear that on my local FM radio station.  And shows that are new music shows - like college stations that play only alternative - really don't attract me to listen to them because some of the new music really isn't music.
  • You just don't hear some of these great tunes any more on terrestrial radio, and not on satellite radio.
  • Your Podcast is outstanding.
    I've been listening to each episode for the last six months. Never disappointed.
  • Each episode is like a Chicago deep dish pizza with all the toppings spiced with that splash of sauce when I take a bite of that chewy crust with its pockets of tasty delights.
  • I found your site performing a search of classic rock podcasts to check out for possible inclusion on our show schedule.  Yours was about the only one worth looking into further basically because of the uniqueness of it.
  • Just wanted to say "thank you" again for all the effort you put into getting us new music twice every month. I have spent the last month in my cabin in northern Wisconsin, no electricity, no running water, no indoor plumbing but with your music, my mp3 player, some external speakers and a bunch of rechargeable batteries...it is just like home. You do a great job and I just want to say "thank you" again.
  • Perry's mixes are just right for exercise, reading, road trips or just relaxing. I recommend this podcast to all my friends and even to people I don't like. It's just that good.
  • I gave up FM many years ago when I decided to not subject my hi fidelity audio system to any more commercials. I have been listening to Perry's podcast since 2007, and what I find is unique is the podcasts themes, the unique covers and alternative cuts, and the cool transitions from one track to the next. Keep up the good work, Perry. I recommend your podcast to everyone that loves good music.
  • As the owner of thousands of records [remember those?] and thousands of CD's [I can stop anytime I want to -- I just don't want to] I listen to BRYHNH and am consistently surprised by the mixture of interesting / unusual / compelling and rarely heard versions of songs I may have heard in other, more familiar versions, or of songs I have never heard by groups and artists who get little or no airplay in traditional formats. Perry . . . keep up the great work.
  • One of the things i am always most amazed is at the eclectic mix of tunes that Perry manages to muster podcast after podcast. There is such a wealth of music out there that is not being heard. and it's not just the oddball bands or the new music. It may be an alternate take of a song that we all know or a remix or a live version....all in all it is in fact the best radio you have never heard.
  • I am from UK and believe me there's no radio station playing anything like this at any side of the dial.
    Thanks Perry, another interesting podcast
  • The titles may be familiar but the versions quite often are unfamiliar.  Live tracks, covers, alternate takes, all make me take another look at the old familiars. I, too, have been listening since at least 2007 and have heard every episode Perry has posted. Some several times. I look forward to each new one. Keep them coming.
  • The tracks on BRYHNH in my view, are for folks who have tired of getting their music in traditional fashion-i.e listening to several radio stations and looking for something new and those who really Know their music and are looking for a special version or live version. Finally, I look for new artists and combinations of artists that are outside of the commercial realm.
  • I thoroughly enjoy Perry's site and look forward to hearing what he has put together....I find it far superior to anything on the dial....I also love the relevance to current events and his always humors spin! I do not perceive myself as a musical snob but I do know what I like! I have and will continue to recommend this site to all who appreciate music that cannot be found on the radio! Thank you once again Perry, your efforts are truly appreciated!
  • Thanks Perry for the amazing show!! I find all kinds of great songs that i have never heard and in fact artists whose name I have heard but music I had never heard. When I hear some shows I think "where in the hell have I been???" Truly the best Radio I Have Never Heard!
  • You will never hear a block of music like Perry puts together, on the radio, anywhere.
  • Its not the playlist, but the podcast that makes BRYHNH unique.
    Back in the day...before Perry's comments on the casts, before the playlists, it was always an adventure of what you might hear...maybe not a new song, but songs coupled that you would never hear on radio at least on the same station...like Rush (not a favorite of mine), Sinatra, and Jamey Johnson (a favorite of mine). Perry told me once that that a good song is a good song and it doesn't matter where it gets played.
  • You have such a great feeling for 1 - 12 (or 14, or 15, whatever the case may be)...
    Always the perfect selection of tunes...in the Perfect order!
    Thank You Perry!
  • Perry, you, in addition to your podcast, ARE the best.
    Heartfelt thanks for your labor of love and the many great hours of musical joy, enlightenment and surprise.
  • There are some free form radio stations playing a little bit of everything, but NOT the hard to find "one-off" alternate takes, live versions, independents, regional bands, and eclectic mixes that work so well together like on Best Radio.
  • I have traveled the US and the world for the last 30 years and I have never found anything like BRYHNH.
  • Thanks for all your hard work and dedication! As a music lover I really appreciate it. This is what radio should be. Keep up the GREAT work.
  • Every episode is like a complex movie plot. Each time I listen I hear something new in each episode
  • Finally got caught up listening to your podcasts. tt was eating away at me that I may have missed something great in the past few months. Staying in during heavy snowfalls this weekend & installing a new dishwasher was made special catching up with BRYHNH & yes I had missed a shitload of great tracks :-)
  • Just keep up the brilliant work Perry.....
    I have loads of your shows downloaded & have never found one I did not like!
    I Listen to them at random on occasion while working around the house...
    Rock on!
  • Hi Perry,
    Just wanted to say "thank you" again for all the effort you put into getting us new music twice every month. I have spent the last month in my cabin in northern Wisconsin, no electricity, no running water, no indoor plumbing but with your music, my mp3 player, some external speakers and a bunch of rechargeable batteries...it is just like home. You do a great job and I just want to say "thank you" again.
  • I started listening to the oldest podcasts yesterday and continued today while in my office. Nice to go back to some of the first that you sent out. I really enjoyed them.
  • Still sounding great and always worth downloading. Keep up the great work!!!!!
  • The sound quality is EXCELLENT!!!  I think it's probably the best quality soundcast I've ever heard on the net. Highly recommended,
  • The Best Radio You Have Never Heard makes me take back everything nasty I've ever said about podcasting.
    What makes this one different?
    Not giving a shit about whether or not music is "podsafe" (a word I'm starting to loath,) for one.
    The second being the late seventies free-form radio vibe.
    I'm picking up what this cat's laying down. Go man go !
  • Hey Perry,
    Thanks for turning us onto the podcasts. Terrific. I've heard some favorite tunes like, D.I.Y. ... and some not-so-favorites like that Ted Nugent tune.  I do really appreciate the diversity of the musical content, and also the absence of commercials. The podcasts reminded me of what FM radio USED to be like, in its best days, and ought to be like now. Challenging.
  • The Best Radio You Never Heard podcasts have been absolutely wonderful!  I have enjoyed every last one.  I plan to spread the word about BRYHNH.  I have other friends and some nephews who would enjoy it.
  • Great work my friend
    Keep it up

  • Best Radio You've Never Heard podcasts, Man I'm in heaven! Your podcasts are the closest reflection of my own tastes I have found thus far!

  • Sooperb !
    I'm being Murdered by Alfred Hitchcock at the moment ...
    Just what I needed !
    Your another Talented Guy on this old www . . .
  • I am now addicted!
    Perry's "The Best Radio You Have Never Heard" is wonderful!
  • Hi, this is the best podcast i've found on the internet. your choice of songs and the way they are put together is great! Thanks again from Holland for those great shows!

  • Perry finds the most amazing music that is almost impossible to find anywhere else. He always provides insightful commentary and I know he knows what he's talking about. There is always something for everyone; no matter who is listening each show is entertaining and his themes are always relevant.
  • varied mix of new acts Ive never heard before and old acts Id forgotten about.
  • great selection of never heard songs - good sequencing of songs
  • I like the variety in the musical selections. There are often 'B' sides, live, and unreleased tracks. Mr. Bax's taste in music closely matches my own.
  • Thank you for all your hard work through out the years for entertaining us followers. I know how much work goes into putting a show together and the time involved. You do a great job, and every music geek I've turned onto your show respects everything you've done.
  • You are my fix for "mainstream" music, since you play the good stuff and things I may have missed. Listening to the podcast all day today in China has brought me a little bit of home, and has helped relive some of the homesickness i have been feeling.
  • Great Job, loved listening to some great golden oldies and some tunes I'd really never heard before.
    Keep the music coming....
  • A really good episode Perry, really good.
    One of those times when I liked everything top to bottom.
  • Perry YOU my son are the KING of Chicago
  • hi perry,
     i recently discovered this little gem of a podcast and now im hooked. an englishman travelling australia and plan to be on the road for a while, ur shows have made my journey even more memorable.
    keep it up my friend :)
  • I get a little cranky about music, at times, but, overall, am very impressed with your show.
    It's the kind of thing I wanted to do back in the 70's but no station would touch it.
  • Sweeeet......thanks Perry, another great podcast!
    Some look forward to Friday's, others Christmas....me, I look forward to the 1st and 15th of each month!!!!!
  • I know what I'm listening to on the way to work tomorrow.
  • If you guys have not heard this podcast it is usually quite good. I like the variety of textures, tunes, and tones.
  • Sorry about pathetic pathos and bad english :)
    Thanks, great music in your podcasts, just keep going ( I like your taste in music ;)
  • Fripp and Hackett in the same podcast??? swoon...you're my hero!!!
  • Love the show and avid listener! 
  • Perry, every week I look forward to a new episode....
    I download to my iPod when I travel, I burn several weeks of shows on MP3's and play them on long road trips...
    You have a gift .....thank you
  • Nice... past listener who kind of lost touch with this site until a recent Pink Floyd podcast you did on brain damage reminded me of the quality work you do Perry!
    Really enjoy your efforts!
  • Finally the new website! I think it's really fantastic.
    Greetings from Italy.
  • Hey Perry your latest podcast is awesome, so is your new website.
    Cheers from Greece!
  • Are you that guy from High Fidelity?
    Great site, excellent song lists.
  • Found this by accident, and loving it.
    Gotta admit I had never heard any of the versions I just listened to!

    Keep up the good work.
  • "One Goal" is awesome and your work continues to be important.
  • Ahhhhhhh!
    Very nice new web site indeed!
     It's sort of like a going to a concert, I need to get a Tee shirt to show everyone where I have been!
    Pod-Cast excellent as usual . . .
  • Love the new website !
  • I've been trawling through your back catalogues once more.
    Have you been plundering my records?
  • Found this by accident, and loving it.
    Gotta admit I had never heard any of the versions I just listened to!
    Keep up the good work.
  • This is awesome !!! Everyone I've shared with really enjoys your show.
  • Great music, great segues from one to another, little talking, overall most awesome podcast out there.
    The only downside is that i don't have time to go back and listen to every edition . . .
    But I'm trying!

  • I love this show. Perry never fails to amaze me.

  • No repeats,that's what makes listening so good.
    sick and feed up of UK radios endless 10-15 song playlists, at least on radio 1  and some of the larger UK stations.
    I hope you realize that you may be saving radio.
  • Thank you for the best radio I have ever heard, Thanks to these wonderful podcasts,  my  young son and daughter are discovering music I grow up listening to.. it's so cool  to hear an 8 and 5 year old singing Pink Floyd songs at the top of there voices on the school bus. Keep up the good work.
  • Hi Perry,
    Thank you for the music!
    I have a a personal CD collection of 400 CDs comprising of all classic/progressive rock artistes one can think of but what BRYHNH has done is opened up new musical taste horizons for me and now I play nothing else in my car but your music! I live in Dubai and the FM here plays nothing but the Top 40 of the last 10 years incessantly so your music has brought a whiff of fresh oxygen in my musical life!
    Please keep up the wonderful work!
    Peace and love.
  • Perry, I totally enjoyed your podcast which I downloaded last
    week...especially the sort of acoustic version of "Big Country". No
    hip-hop, which is refreshing to say the least. (Not that there's
    anything WRONG with hip-hop...I'm just too old). Your unintrusive
    commentary reminds me of the good old days of FM radio. Thanks for
    putting together such an enjoyable piece of work.
  • I'm sorry I've never posted a comment before but I've been a listener for a long time. I have many of the same musical interests. It's a welcome sound when I catch things like Gilmour's "Mihalis" or King Crimson's "Matte Kudasai" or Genesis' "Firth of Fifth" in the shows. Hopefully it inspires some people to explore some of the great old music as I have also explored some newer things I've heard here. And I've passed your link on to some friends to check out as well. I enjoy the shows and enjoy trying to putting the links together. Thanks for a great show.
  • I look forward to your podcast every week.  So far, yours  is the best that
    I've found around the 'net. Thanks for all of your  efforts.
  • Brilliant, no other podcast like it for mixing old and new and stretching my music horizons.

  • Been listening to the podcasts for some months now, ever since the UK's Independent newspaper gave you a name check.
  • I'm really contacting you to let you know you are my HERO!!!!
    Your podcasts have been a delight and I thank you for including me in your musical loop, Perry.  I have enjoyed them immensely. Congratulations on your recognition.  Well deserved, my friend.
  • Just wanted to say we all listened to the podcast  
    and it's great. It's a very cool show and you can  
    tell what a great sense of music you have.
  • THIS IS GREAT STUFF !
  • Just a quick note to let you know that I have down loaded your last four shows for my listening pleasure over the next few weeks. Your podcasts go with me while I bus back and forth to work every day and make the journeys much more enjoyable. I was browsing through the few comments you receive and noticed they are posted by guys only.  Be assured that at least one lady is listening to your sets.

  • Hey Perry, just wanted to thank you for the freaking awesome job you do!  I love your website and look forward to all the great music you post...you are a national treasure....thank you, thank you...happy holidays!!!!!!!!!!!
  • First of all I want to say I love the Show. I love the eclectic mix and I also like the way you have "Themed" your shows......I have an extensive mix of music myself...but Damn!! you must have a freakin huge library of tunes......anyway...can't wait to hear future shows....oh BTW I have listened to most of your back shows and I am downloading as i type...keep up the great work and as always ...Its only Rock and Roll and I like it !!!!! 
  • Hiya Perry,
    Firstly, i wish to thank you for the cool pod-casts that you have made available. You have opened the door to a whole new variety of artists. 
  • hi Perry,
    just a note to say how much I enjoy the podcast and aprieciate your efforts.Very much! Of the 20 odd casts I get yours is always the most welcome. keep up the good work it is working on me.
  • Dear Mr. Bax,
    Now that my employer has provided me with an upgraded computer and I figured some stuff out I was able to listen and enjoy your podcast this morning. I especially enjoyed hearing your friendly voice while I worked on a writing assignment - the kind of which I tend to procrastinate on.  Thanks for helping me get through it.
  • As usual, I  always look forward to the 1st & 15th....
  • I loved every broadcast I've listened to and I especially liked
    20-20 Hindsight-Music Only, The Revolution Is Being Televised,
    Thick Empty Skul
  • Wanted to say that i love your site and podcasts.
    I am listening your Podcasts here in Merano/Italy, in the Heart of the Dolomites. Go on with this great job, have fun!
  • I've turned my friends on to the show & the reaction is the same
    Put Perry on the launching pad & prepare for lift-off!
    You go!!
  • Love your show, it's like listening to a great radio station that doesn't exist or hasn't for a long time: say KFMH Muscatine Iowa or Beaker Street.
  • Just found your show last weekend, it truly is The Best Radio Show I've Never Heard.
    Great job and thank for putting it together.
  • After stumbling across this great podcast a few months ago, I wanted to thank you for all the hours of diverse, surprising and wonderful music I have enjoyed. I have a few episodes synced to my phone for my commute from Delft to the Hague in the Netherlands, and that always lifts my spirits (even before I have had my morning coffee!.) Keep it up, I have discovered some great artists via your podcasts! 
  • Good Morning Perry,
    It's the first and it is 4:30Am in Calif. and I am already downloading your next show...I wait for the 1st and the 15th as I know we get new "music" those days...Thanks!!! Great shows and music. Thanks!!!
  • I really do love the 'cast, reminds me of the kind of radio that's been lost to Clear Channel, talk-radio blowhards, rampant commercialism, etc. I zapped your link on to a few friends and family and trust they'll do the same so you can keep the shows coming.
    Thanks, Perry, it's good, good stuff for these wacko times.
  • This is the best podcast site bar none. I just started downloading these things into my iPod about 2 months ago & just cannot get enough . . .
    Nothing on Buffalo (NY) radio can compare, especially when it comes to different versions of older tunes, e.g. Lamb Lies Down in Broadway & Fleetwod Mac's live version of the Chain, just to name a couple...
    Once again, great tune selection . . . don't change a thing . . .
  • OK - I'm fairly new to podcasts, I stumbled across your feeds and they are bloody excellent - I really enjoy listening to them.
    Downloaded RSS player a month or so ago and did some searching on available podcasts. I found the Best Radio casts and have not listened to anything since !!
    It must take you ages to compile the shows - so thanks - they are much appreciated.
    Keep up the good work.
  • i wish to thank you for the cool pod-casts that you have made available. You have opened the door to a whole new variety of artists.
  • Greetings from across the pond here in Yorkshire. It's like having a new compilation tape every week. Nice mix of US and UK sounds. Loads of stuff I've not heard before including most of the 70's Prog you include. Working my way through the back issues at the moment. 
  • Perry
    This is the absolute best compiled rock on the planet. Period
    Magoo you have done it again!
  • First of all I want to say I love the Show. I love the eclectic mix and I also like the way you have "Themed" your shows......I have an extensive mix of music myself...but Damn!! you must have a freakin huge library of tunes...
  • The variety is eclectic, and the selection of live and remixed versions of otherwise familiar songs is a real draw. I'm still wandering through the vast backlog of shows, so the easily readable tracklists are useful in finding my way. Music, like any other form of information, wants to be free, and your podcasts are indeed a liberating experience. 
  • There are a number of podcasts I've started listening through lately, and BRYHNH is one of the better.  I especially appreciate the 80 minute formatting, which is convenient for transfer to a CD for listening to in the car where a better sound quality is important or for transfer to the computers at work where they like to block any website with podcast in the title.
  • These shows are typically pretty good to pretty great. But this one is absolutely amazingly great. I was out of my chair within a minute of White Punks on Dope and there's so so so much more to go.
  • Perry, I started listening to your Podcast when my employer blocked me from listening to the radio... Love the music selection! I love hearing previously unheard songs from artists I've known for years. Keep up the good work.
  • In the few weeks that I have been listening to all of your volumes, you have enlightened me to music I've never heard before.....and I consider myself a bit of a music connoisseur with more of a taste for the unpopular, sometimes obscure bands that are awesome but never got the mega radio play.
  • Perry, you're a freakin' genius!!!!  For years I have always wondered why radio stations (especially these days) never play anything but corporate crap.  Of course, I understand why ($$$$$$$$$$) but still, there's so much incredible stuff out there that people are totally unaware of.  Well my friend, YOU'RE DOING IT!!!!!!  
  • Wow, I found this site and my life has changed. Great music: known, unknown
    and surprising! Thanxs!
  • The songs are from tracks most have never heard before, many live and some just recorded and seem to be unreleased. Kind of like the best of the hidden tracks! Also the genre of music varies within each podcast and since my music background encompasses so many different genres I like it immensely.
  • Friendly Host, Great selection of content, always updated regularly and on time, quite simply there is no other podcast like it around, I cannot praise it enough!

  • Perry Bax is independent, knowledgeable, affable and his musical choices are very interesting to me.
  • A large variation of musical styles that somehow seem to sound right when played together.
  • Perry constantly surprises me with songs I love, but have long forgotten.
  • Variety of music, high quality audio, well executed show.
  • The mix is great and very good information by the host.
  • Music is really great and new....and its is exactly what it delivers
  • Interesting covers of off the wall tracks. Great length for your average listener. Well executed theme for all shows that are consistent from episode to episode. Perry is an excellent host with vast knowledge of the music he plays plus the music biz. Overall high production value.
  • I like the content - not just the usual predictable fare, but bands and versions I haven't heard before. Musical taste in line with my own but more knowledgeable and able to guide me in new directions as well as playing a few favourites that I don't hear much elsewhere.  One of the best free podcasts I've found anywhere...
  • Packed with variety. Intergenerational appeal. Funky edgy music from today melding seamlessly with classic tracks from other times. Friendly informed host.
  • There's almost always a song that I like that I've forgotten about over the years. I like the mix of new music and older music.
  • It gives me an opportunity to listen to music that I wouldn't otherwise listen to. I like the covers of the songs that I grew up with. I like the concert cuts of songs that I know. It has a high wackiness factor, and I like that. 
  • Mix of music you don't hear anywhere else, so you can listen without the repetitive fatigue such as what you experience with commercial radio.
  • This it is REAL and not some phony assed commercial enterprise
  • I heard music I haven't heard in years and wouldn't remember existed otherwise. I also hear great things I've never heard before.

  • Good, themed music with a great intro to each episode putting one in the mood for the music.
  • Most original music podcast out there.
  • Just plain LOVE this Podcast. Keep up the good work Perry!
  • It is unlike anything else out there. It is intelligent and appeals to your senses. It is not driven by the commercial. It Rocks!

  • It just rocks! The best mixes I've ever heard
  • Hi Perry,just downloaded 133 pretty good damned music !
    Christ I can remember buying "Lizard" 40 bloody years ago(I just dug the album out-its in better condition than me !)
    Keep up the good work!
  • Just wanted to say that the last podcast was great!!! I am traveling in Mexico for 4 weeks and was able to download the podcast on the first of the month and it is great!!!
    Thanks for all your work.
  • I'm from the Netherlands and I think you're really doing a great job with your podcasts. I'm always listening during long walks with my dog Sammy. Keep up the good work!
  • Just gotta say I love the BRYHNH podcast. I've been listening for the last 3 years, and look forward to it every time!!
  • Hi Perry.
    Thanks yet again for another excellent podcast. I particularly enjoy the Thompson Twins track (with the vinyl crackle!!)
    Already looking forward to your next podcast - two weeks seems like such along time!
  • Hey Perry,  Just wanted to let you know I'm still listening. I haven't felt the need to comment because your shows are flawless, with no room for improvement. Keep up the good work - people really enjoy the music that you assemble.
  • I have been listening to you for a very very very long time.
    Love your shows. In fact, I listen at work and I can honestly say that I don't know how I would've gotten through some days without your shows.
  • Perry, I started listening to your Podcast when my employer blocked me
    from listening to the radio... Love the music selection! I love hearing
    previously unheard songs from artists I've known for years. Keep up the
    good work.
  • Thanks for the brilliant podcasts  - they've done much to rekindle my interest in music with the great mix of old and new that you bring together.

  • Never a boring moment and you do such an amazing job at finding the most random killer stuff, Perry. 
  • It was great to catch up on the podcasts, now the expat bar I go to in China, insists I bring my ipod with me and plug it in for A few hours when I pop in.
    I just toss on your podcast and the party gets going. I do give your show the credit. The older expats are amazed with who plays the covers, the young Chinese folk are amazed with the variety of western music. They all know I used to work in music and for me to share music I love with them has really given me a smile, thanks for the help
  • Hey Perry
    Man this is one badass podcast!!
  • I sat at work today and thought to myself, "What song could I request of Perry that he might play in the podcast and mention my name...as I thought about it, i realized, you probably have played any song I could think of outside of the mainstream.  I'll leave the podcast and song choices up to the professional.  :)  Honest truth, I have over 2000 songs on my ipod and I listen to your podcast the most.  Thanks!
  • i have downloaded almost all of the previous episodes and have been enjoying every note of it.  Call it chance that my ears met your songs. :)
  • I've been listening off an on for over a year.  I got a new iPod a couple years back and discovered podcasts.   I tried numerous podcasts and radio shows, then i came across yours.  Did a generic search in iTunes for music podcasts to find it.  Heard 2 episodes and I was hooked. 
  • I only discovered your show yesterday, but I did listen to Disgracing the Family.  I'm hoping to listen to a few more episodes this weekend.  It seems to be quite the eclectic mix.  Which I love (sometimes I have trouble listening a CD of the same band all the way through without taking a break.)
  • Always a pleasure to download your podacst, burn it onto a CD and
    listen whilst I'm driving to work.
    Keep up the good work. You should have your own show....
  • Hey Perry, wanted to tell you the swine stew episode was a lot of fun, I especially loved the guitar "subtext" and DMB even though i am not usually a fan,  Paul McCartney combo gave me hope, tear to my eye, a sparkle for us mid -- aged artists!! thanks again
  • Hi Perry. I just finished listening to your latest podcast-show, and I must say that it's awesome. Really good song selection you performed there, a very very enjoyable show!
  • Thank you, I`m new in this podcasting stuff.
    Recently, I've been looking for some good content with Google and finally i've found you.
    No, I've never heard the show before.
    Last night I downloaded manually the show to my mp3 player, and it's amazing!!!
    Thank You!!!
  • I really enjoy the show, the format is so unique, I can't get enough!!
  • I love the shows. I have heard so much great music and many things that I haven't heard it years.
    I downloaded 100+ podcasts of The Best Radio You Have Never Heard and I listen to 3 different ones everyday while at work.
    The mix of music is perfect.....keep up the great work!!!
    I have searched high and low for other podcasts as great as yours but haven't had much luck.
  • You Do What It Says On The Tin.......................
    big thank you ................just keep doing it.................
    all the very best from england
  • First off, best podcast out there, bar none!
  • Perry:
    I just have found this site and in this moments im downloading some of yours podcast, by this list of the songs and the site appearance i think itll be great.... Your selections is very good....
     
  • I am a big fan of your podcast.  I have been listening for about a year and a half to two years now.  My favorite part is the variety of songs that you play.  From songs I'm familiar with, to songs that I didn't previously know, to the obscure cover songs....its all great.  I play a game with myself to try and identify the songs and artists and then check if I'm right when you come in with the announcements.
  • I can't speak for everyone, but I do share the feeling that you make a "mixtape" for us each time you put the show together.  What amazes me is that each show is incrementally better than the last one...which was even better than the prior one!
    Thanks, man...you are doing the cooking so the rest of us can eat (metaphorically speaking.)
  • I really enjoy the funny bit at the start of the show, and your ideas for themes really come through in the selection of the tunes.  The support of the website that lists the playlist really helps to tie together the theme and the song selection...and you have a wicked sense of humor and irony! It takes a bit of a twisted mind (guilt, here) to fully appreciate your intent.
  • Hope your holidays were wonderful and your are feeling better these days.  My iPod died, so I download the show and listen in on my workstation.  Cubicle life just got better, thanks to your efforts.
  • May I suggest the theme for Volume 100?  How about "The Underdog"??  You know...the kid that nobody had faith in makes good.  With your creativity, you can take an idea like this and make it happen.
    So tell me Uncle Perry...what was it like when you and show were little?
  • I have been listening to your podcasts for a while, and finally decided to send you some just deserved feedback. I love music, and I find myself waiting for the new episodes to arrive to see what type of journey you will send me on. From Zappa's version of Stairway to heaven, to a solo piano rendition of Close to the Edge, this podcast offers the variety that I enjoy listening to. Please give yourself a pat on the back & keep doing what you do.

  • This is a great show. I suppose great times inspire such selections. Overall, I like how you include classic songs that are covered in often equally classic ways. I'm listening to the Allman Bros cover of The Night... as I write. Never heard it, but very nice.
  • I continue to slowly go through the many shows and try to do shows that were posted in the month we are in. So I'm listening to 2006-11-14 the_revolution_is_being_televised Vol 50 right now and early in the show you talk about the recent elections perhaps indicating the beginning of a change. You were far more correct than you could have imagined.
  • I'm like a kid in a candy store and I'm jumping from one show to another and jumping some more. Can't get enough. So much to listen to. I feel like I have to catch up right away, but know I can't.

  • And now a question for you: how do you do it? I really mean it. How can you come up with so many unique playlists for each show? Plus the added constraint of a theme. Or does a theme make it easier?
  • Jim from Jersey here and just discovered your site. Very very nice. I've been listening to music on the radio since 1950 and remember listening to it most of that time.
    Looking forward to many hours and thanks for all the undoubtedly long days of hopefully incredibly worthwhile work.
  • I've been loving your podcast for over a year now. Everything you put together is golden; fabulous work, sir.
    I love your back catalogue. I try to download as many as possible to play in our lab while we do experiments. It's got a great vibe. 
  • Love the podcast I listen to it every week. Just sending out a hello
    from Canada.
  •  am in bed with a cold...but I do have some killer tunes to keep my spirits up...many thanks to you for brightening my day!
  • You actually topped yourself this time? No way. A killer podcast with an impossible theme and a clever tie-in to the best (and worst) of popular culture??  Man...you are "The King"!
  • Just what I have been looking for!
    But expensive - I will be buying a lot of new music as a result!
    Keep up the good work.
  • Back when I first found "The Best Radio..." it was music only, but I like it better with a bit of commentary. I know many of the tunes though the version you play is often new to me. Thanks for introducing me to a lot of recent music. It's motivated me to buy some of the artists.  I've listened to all "The Best Radio..." shows three or four times over, and expect to continue to replay them.
  • I often get some exercise by inline skating the Pier Four to Coutes  
    Paradise Trail here in Hamilton, Ont. When skating I always listen to  
    music and yesterday I chose "Artists Only". It was great, the music  
    matched the rhythm of my skates, and I loved the selections. I listen  
    to all the Best Radio's but I gotta tell you Vol. 92 really struck a  
    chord.
    Thanks for all your efforts.
  • Thanks again for your good works each 2 weeks. Keeps me movin' ..
  • It's the first and it is 4:30Am in Calif. and I am already downloading your next show...I wait for the 1st and the 15th as I know we get new "music" those days...Thanks!!! Great shows and music. Thanks!!! 
  • Hi Perry
    Greetings from Australia
    Just had to write to tell you that I enjoy your podcast very much indeed.
    Of the 20 odd casts i receive yours is always the most rewarding.
    Keep up the good work, you are kicking goals.
    Kind regards.
  • just a note to say how much I enjoy the podcast and appreciate your efforts. Very much! Of the 20 odd casts I get yours is always the most welcome. keep up the good work it is working on me.
    Kind regards from australia.
  • Great great stuff!!! By the way, I'm a new listener to the podcast, and so far I couldn't be more satisfied!
  • I was looking for good music podcasts and ended up in your site, which is sort of a music-podcast heaven... I mean, the track selection for each podcast is awesome, kudos for that!
  • I got an Zune 80gb for my birthday in April.  While exploring the podcasts available on the Zune Marketplace, I discovered The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.  I checked out a couple of the song lists and found you to be a kindred spirit in musical taste.  I downloaded the entire set of podcasts from the rss feed and started from the beginning with Floating Sex Bucket, The Best Radio You Have Never Heard, Volume 04.  Holy crap! "God damn it, Bax! You're a god damn genius!" to paraphrase the Drill Sergeant.
  • Usually, I spend the hours driving, by myself, across the wasteland of Northern Ohio and Indiana trying to find something, anything decent on the radio.  Not this year.  In addition to BRYHNH, I enjoyed the company of my spouse and teenage sons. They were unable to sleep because they wanted to stay awake and listen to the music!  Perry, not many people can put together radio that keeps everyone, male and female, from 13 to 44 years old awake and happy at the same time.  Once again, you are sheer audio genius. Thank you so much for BRYHNH and please keep the new ones coming.
  • I went to WIU from '83 - '87 and I have to thank you for expanding my musical horizons. I listened to you on WIUS all the time. A few times I would call you and give you some obscure detail about a band I was trying to think of or I would try to hum a few bars and you would always know the answer! And now I've found your podcast which is awesome. Believe it or not, I heard a song by Aztec Camera today and it made me think of your name. I Googled "Perry Bax" and found the podcast. You're a real gem, Perry. Keep up the good work
  • I'm extremely pleased I somehow found this podcast. Being that I am a younger Individual, I am always trying to improve my rock repertoire, and this allows me to do so without access to a radio at all moments.  Thanks, and keep the awesome tunes coming. 
  • I heard about your podcast in a review on podcastreviews.com or reviewsofpodcasts.com... one of those.  It stuck in my head because the guy was really raving about you and your song selections and would have given you a perfect 10 out of 10 but he was disappointed that you didn't speak much at all.  lol.   Your playlists and your mix of songs is definitely awesome!  My taste in music is all over the place so this 'cast is right up my alley.  I'll definitely be subscribing!

  • Really enjoying the music which is a wonderful escape from the proverbial shite served up on most radio here in Oz
  • I am originally from Michigan but I use to work in Chicago from 1990 to 2002. I have been a WXRT listener/fan ever since, however, the company Jim and I work at stop Internet streaming at the first of the year. I was unable to listen to WXRT so finding your pod-casts was a godsend.
  • this issue is really something! Thank you very much, this is a great great great selection!!! Classic!
    Keep rocking! Cheers
  • I really enjoy your podcasts and have downloaded every one I could;I think one of the things I like best about your podcasts is that you frequently include versions of songs that I haven't heard and covers that I wasn't aware had been done. The way you put them all together works very well, too. Keep up the excellent work. Thanks to you, at least twice a month I have something great to listen to.
  • Keep up the great work! I enjoy every single one of your shows! Podcasts are my primary entertainment while on the road. I spent years just listening to the same 1,000 + cassette tapes over the years, but when I got my mp3 player, that all changed! I love not knowing what I'm going to hear next! Thanks for the fun!

  • I am slowly working my way through the Archives, really just picking out random shows and listening to those.
    Thanks again Perry, fantastic stuff!
  • Just to say, Great Podcast, just found it thanks to Brain Damage.
    Look forward to more!
  • Just listened to the first 36 minutes of NEVER FORGET and I have to tell you...it's nice to listen to.
    I'm doing something sort of similar, shorter and with more breaks and local info, but still...I can hear the passion.
    I will be back for more.
  • Fantastic music!!
    Anyone who plays Loggins and Messina has great taste.!
    I am checking out 2 or 3 of the back catalogs a day - what a great collection of music !
    It's great sitting in my office doing some work with your music in the background.
    Have told a few like minded friends and they are equally impressed.
    Thanks again.
  • Hi Perry,
    New Year greetings from a new fan in England.
    I was reading a national newspaper some days before Christmas and came across a snippet called "Download this..." Unfortunately, I can't remember which newspaper. I think it may have been "The Independent"
  • Just found your show last weekend, it truly is The Best Radio Show I've Never Heard.
    Great job and thank for putting it together.
  • You continue to rock me with each new episode...thank-you.  My bus ride is never boring with BRYHNH on my iPod.
  • Today was the first time I attempted to get a podcast going and I couldn't
    have found a better one to start it all off.  The names of your shows are
    kick-ass, and the music even better, I'm loving' it all!
  • What I like about your 'casts is that they play really well, better than the play lists I hear on most stations. I almost wish you had kept the song lists less accessible; I don't always have the self control to wait until after I've listened. 
  • Thought I'd write to say keep up the good work.  I started a new job recently in the highlands of Scotland and there are no radios.   I've got a lap top from work but they restrict the access for listening to radio stations.  So anyway, I've started to download your podcasts and listen to them every day at work.  I'm working backwards and I'm currently on number 65 I think.  Great tunes.  Nice one. Take it easy
  • I enjoyed listening to the podcast I downloaded and look forward to
    listening to more of the same.
  • Just an email to say that I love this show, it's one of the most original podcasts I've heard. I think podcasts are a terrific way to discover new music and get away from playlist-led commercial radio. I have already told a couple of friends about this one.
  • Because of you, I had to buy a higher capacity iPod!  Just erased my hard drive for a fresh install of Vista Ultimate...and had to retrieve all back episodes of the show...because I have my favorites (Ball Bearing Paint Job, Game Over, Anything can Happen Day).  Your show is like the mix tape I always wanted to make, but never got around to.  You played "4th of  July" by the L.A. band "X"...now that is taste!
  • I don't know who you are or what motivates you...but I do that a new episode of the "The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast" is the highlight of my month!
    You are a genius with a finely honed sense of humor.  Thank-you for your efforts.  You don't know me, but your work makes me happy. 
  • Very nice! Makes dull work a bit more palatable. You have "The Art of Noise" in there. Are you kidding me? Thought I was the only one who listened to them anymore. Surprised I didn't hear any TMBG :-) Good thing I forgot my MP3 player at home today and had to find alternative entertainment.
  • I really dig the show. I have listened to your 4 last podcasts today while I was gardening and I enjoyed them. I am in a heavy downloading mission now, getting the rest. I have sent a message to my friends in USA and Europe recommending your podcasts. I subscribed to the mailing list and I will stay tuned for further podcasts! I have a daily 90 minute commute each way and depending on the day, a long waiting time between patients, so your shows will keep me company, plenty of time to catch up :)
  • Well, I cannot thank you enough for your podcasts. Many of the artists who already graced my I-pod plus many new I had not heard before. I am always looking for new (and old) interesting and intelligent music. You got a new listener and fan. Seriously, here in NJ, what's with Elton John, Creed and Rod Stewart 24/7 in every radio station? Please, give me a break. If you ever come to the Philly area, let me know, a lunch or dinner is on me!
  • I have been enjoying your radio podcasts for a year. I really look forward to them. Thanks for the great shows that you put on.
    Sometimes I don't know how I'd get thru' the day at work or wake up on Saturday mornings.
  • I loved every broadcast I've listened to and I especially liked 20-20 Hindsight, The Revolution Is Being Televised and Thick Empty Skull.
    I live in the Netherlands. The music in your broadcasts is
    just what I like to listen to. Keep it up.
  • I am enjoying "The Best Radio You Have Never Heard". Thank you for the
    compilations.
    I really like the music.
  • I think the podcast is great and is changing/improving my music
    listening habits.  Even though I have 4 or 5 thousand songs on my
    iTunes, it still seems like I end up listening to the same favorites
    over and over.  With the podcast I get to hear new stuff all the time
    and although some I've heard, much is new.  I like your commentary also
    with insights into the music and various historical nuggets.
  • This is the best podcast site bar none. I just started downloading these things into my ipod about 2 months ago & just cannot get enough...Nothing on Buffalo (NY) radio can compare, especially when it comes to different versions of older tunes, e.g. Lamb Lies Down in Broadway & Fleetwod Mac's live version of the Chain, just to name a couple...
  • Just a quick note to tell you how much I look forward to
    the 1st & 15th of each month when a new podcast comes out...I just started
    downloading these things about 2 months ago & just can't get
    enough...Nothing on local radio (Buffalo, NY) can compare, especially when
    it comes to different versions of older tunes, e.g. Fleetwood Mac's live
    version of the Chain, old Frank Zappa tunes, etc...
  • The first thing I did was send your link to a Floyd fan. Now that I'm hooked on your musical taste, I'll be promoting you left and right -- and sideways.

  • Great great tribute! Came across your site via a blog on Echoes. I can't wait to hear more of your "musical packets."
  • I'm enjoying listening to your series. I download every one and considering that I have dial-up that's a loooooong wait! It takes 4-5 hours for me just to download 70megs!
  • Great mix, until the Fine Young Cannibals/Monie thing comes up, it doesn't
    work. But, amigo, I salute you for your hard work and excellent taste, sorry to have missed so much of it, I only found your site yesterday.
  • Please keep up the good work.  I look forward twice a
    month for your updates and they help get me through
    work on those days that they come out. (As I send this
    email from my work computer)
  • i actually looked up "rock podcast" on google and it gave me a site that said u were #7 best in the nation or something. that and ur show didn't seem to elitist yet at the same time u played some hardcore deep tracks... i really love it by the way.
  • Damn, I'm hooked.  It is the best Radio i never heard.  You're doing  
    an excellent job.  You're hired (except i'm broke ;-)!  Keep it up,  
    man!  

  • Living abroad and out of western culture for a while has left me  
    missing my old LP collection and it's refreshing to hear some of the  
    tunes you spin; especially the lesser known.
  • I just wanted to say thanks for the music. I'm really enjoying the mixes you do. sharing them with my kids, even.
     
  • I have just downloaded the last 3 offerings - so will spend play them to death over the next few days.
    It must take you ages to compile the shows - so thanks - they are much appreciated.

  • OK - I'm fairly new to podcasts, I stumbled across your feeds and they are bloody excellent - I really enjoy listening to them.
  • I randomly chose episodes titles that sound interesting to me and listen while I am in the living room or the garden. From the few I heard "The Road To Infinite" and "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" are my favorites. I
    really like the quotes on the beginning of each episode, that together
    with the good music was the main reason why I kept listening, so keep
    that up. I will definitely spread the word about the podcast.
  • Hey -- love the show! 
  • Love all of the mixes I have listened to so far.  Looking forward to downloading some more !
  •  It is awesome.  I need more!!!! :)
  • Definitely the BEST radio I've never heard!!

  • It seems like each one has something unique that catches me. Plus the intros to the the 'cast are catchy too.  Most of the other podcasts I listen too have a lot of underground or indie or obscure, these mixes border on the less frequently heard, some is obscure to the mainstream listener, but I'm really enjoy them.  

  • I just want to let you know that I'm blown away by these podcasts.  I can't get enough and this has easily become my favorite podcast.  I'm looking forward to the next batch.  I love the mixes that you've put together.  Thanks for pulling these all together.  
  • This whole deal reminds me of "High Fidelity" w/John Cusack, (being from
    Chicago, you must know it) how he and his friends run
    Championship Vinyl and make tapes for each other, complete with "rules".
    If they had the technology, would they be you?
  • I need to escape from the "Wine and Cheese" music scene and bump it up a bit!
    Now, from what I hear on your 'cast, I'm off on another great musical
    adventure!
  • Hold on!
    50 year olds are digging your podcasts now and we are liking it!

  • Gotta tell you I've REALLY been enjoying the heck out of these mixes!
    It IS the way radio was meant to be . . .
  • Really dig your podcast.  Great music.  Well put together.  No fuss no muss.  More rock, less talk. 
  • I normally don't listen to music podcasts as podsafe music is often  
    a bit thin, but you don't have that problems there.
  • I've downloaded nearly all podcasts and so far this is the one i keep coming back to.
    XTC 'All along the watchtower' is an absolute gem! Best podcast on the web. Keep up the good work!
  • Love your show, it's like listening to a great radio station that doesn't exist or hasn't for a long time: say KFMH Muscatine Iowa or Beaker Street.
  • Just found your show last weekend, it truly is The Best Radio Show I've Never Heard.
    Great job and thank for putting it together.
  • After stumbling across this great podcast a few months ago, I wanted to thank you for all the hours of diverse, surprising and wonderful music I have enjoyed. I have a few episodes synced to my phone for my commute from Delft to the Hague in the Netherlands, and that always lifts my spirits (even before I have had my morning coffee!.) Keep it up, I have discovered some great artists via your podcasts! 

  • Good Morning Perry,
    It's the first and it is 4:30Am in Calif. and I am already downloading your next show...I wait for the 1st and the 15th as I know we get new "music" those days...Thanks!!! Great shows and music. Thanks!!!
  • I really do love the 'cast, reminds me of the kind of radio that's been lost to Clear Channel, talk-radio blowhards, rampant commercialism, etc. I zapped your link on to a few friends and family and trust they'll do the same so you can keep the shows coming. Thanks, Perry, it's good, good stuff for these wacko times.
  • This is the best podcast site bar none. I just started downloading these things into my iPod about 2 months ago & just cannot get enough . . .
    Nothing on Buffalo (NY) radio can compare, especially when it comes to different versions of older tunes, e.g. Lamb Lies Down in Broadway & Fleetwod Mac's live version of the Chain, just to name a couple...
    Once again, great tune selection . . . don't change a thing . . .
     
  • OK - I'm fairly new to podcasts, I stumbled across your feeds and they are bloody excellent - I really enjoy listening to them.
    Downloaded RSS player a month or so ago and did some searching on available podcasts. I found the Best Radio casts and have not listened to anything since !!
    It must take you ages to compile the shows - so thanks - they are much appreciated.
    Keep up the good work .


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