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2011 Episodes

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Vol. 174 | 12.15.2011

Sentimental Hogwash

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NEW FOR DECEMBER 15, 2011

Sentimental Hogwash - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard - Vol. 174

Short on hogwash. Long on sentiment . . .

1. One Big Holiday - My Morning Jacket Buy From iTunes
2. Light My FIre (live) - The Doors w/ Eddie Vedder Buy From iTunes
3. Hey Joe (rehearsal) - The Who
4. Preparation / Dunkirk (live) - Camel Buy From iTunes*
5. Strangeness and Charm - Florence + The Machine Buy From iTunes
6. Memoirs Of An Officer and a Gentleman - Emerson, Lake and Palmer Buy From iTunes
7. Little House I Used To Live In - Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention
8.The Refrain - Relevant Discord Buy From iTunes
9. Manipulation - Genesis

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The official music podcast of the 99% . . .
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Kevin Girton says:
12/15/2011

It was worth whatever personal checks you had to write to Gail Zappa. Thanks for the whatever.

Kevin Girton says:
12/15/2011

Happy Zappadan!!

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
12/15/2011

Epic as ever Perry, this one will "shorten" my 8 hour bus trip next week.
Merry Christmas to you, your family and all your listeners, wherever in the world they may be.

Gedge says:
12/15/2011

Happy New Year! IN JAIL!

Bill Donnelly says:
12/15/2011

Did I force you to play that ELP cut? Glad you did...

Bill Donnelly says:
12/15/2011

Really dig the Relevant Discord....Never heard them...Great show as always...

Relevant Discord says:
12/16/2011

Thank you very much for playing our song "The Refrain". Really appreciate it! Thank you as well to Bill. Happy to read that you enjoyed the tune. :)

- Nick

Billy Batts says:
12/20/2011

enough to make a warped frustrated old man smile while spinning his web

wilbert says:
12/27/2011

Great opening, first time in years I haven't seen my favorite Christmas movie: Trading Places. Thanks to you I see it in my thoughts. All the best from Holland,

Wilbert

Gary says:
02/04/2012

Eddie Vedder really does a nice job on light my fire...

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Vol. 173 | 12.01.2011

Dubious Moral Character

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NEW FOR DECEMBER 1, 2011

Dubious Moral Character - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard - Vol. 173

Where good music is just a desk, note and headphone jack splitter away . . .

1. Girl From Ipanema (live) - Mike Tyson
2. Dirty Work - Tony Lucca Buy From iTunes
3. When Doves Cry / Ain't It Strange (live) - Patti Smith Buy From iTunes*
4. Hurricane Season (live) - Trombone Shorty Buy From iTunes*
5. Sprawl II (live) - Arcade Fire Buy From iTunes*
6. This Is The Day (live) - the The Buy From iTunes*
7. On My Way - Corey Koehler Buy From iTunes
8. Back In NYC (live) - Francis Dunnery
9. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Pt. 1 (live unplugged) - David Gilmour Buy From iTunes*
10. Caesar's Palace Blues (live) - U.K. Buy From iTunes*
11. Out Of The Blue (live) - Roxy Music Buy From iTunes*
12. Polly (live) - Nirvana Buy From iTunes
13. Smells Like Teen Spirit (original mix) - Nirvana Buy From iTunes
14. Keep Up The Blues - The Rolling Stones Buy From iTunes
15. Snowed In At Wheeler Street - Kate Bush Buy From iTunes


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Never cheated nobody out of nothin' . . .
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Bill Donnelly says:
12/01/2011

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...

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
12/03/2011

Nice mix again Perry,keep those warm vibes coming in this direction.(its bloody well cold here!)

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Vol. 172 (special edition) | 11.23.2011

Four Faces - The Who's Quadrophenia Reconstructed

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NEW FOR NOVEMBER 23, 2011

Four Faces - Quadrophenia Reconstructed

Celebrating the 2011 release of The Who's Quadrophenia this week, BRYHNH
decided to release its own alternative, just in time for the holidays.
Combining tracks from a variety of sources, including:

• the 2011 remaster
• the original 1973 vinyl
• demos, outtakes & unreleased tracks from Pete Townshend
• the original movie soundtrack
• the fury of the live tour from 1973, with Pete and Roger telling the story of Jimmy

BRYHNH producer and host Perry Bax has created a full composite of Quadrophenia that encompasses Quadrophenia from its inception to this week's remastered release.

And for the first time ever, a lossless BRYHNH version (flac) is
available now, by right clicking (Windows) or control clicking (Mac) HERE then selecting "save as."

*Note: This show exceeds the usual length and will not fit on a standard CD for those who expand to wav/aif and burn as an audio disc . . .

1. I Am The Sea (live) - The WhoBuy From iTunes*
2. The Real Me (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
3. Quadrophenia - The Who Buy From iTunes*
4. Cut My Hair - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
5. Get Out And Stay Out - The Who Buy From iTunes*
6. Four Faces - The Who Buy From iTunes*
7. The Punk Meets The Godfather (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
8. I'm One (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
9. Wizardry - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
10. Dirty Jobs - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
11. Helpless Dancer - The Who Buy From iTunes
12. Is It In My Head - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
13. I've Had Enough - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
14. Is It Me - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
15. Any More - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
16. Joker James - The Who Buy From iTunes*
17. 5:15 (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
18. Sea and Sand (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
19. Drowned (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
20. Bell Boy (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
21. Doctor Jimmy (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes*
22. The Rock - The Who Buy From iTunes
23. Love Reign O'er Me - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes
24. I'm The Face - The High Numbers Buy From iTunes

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Barry BURBs says:
11/23/2011

"Oooooo", just had to get 1st comment on this! Can't wait to hear this one Perry!!! Report back soon,,,,

Stef Tomlinson says:
11/23/2011

Wow Perry,your spoiling us,cant wait to hear this one in its entirity.

Rick from New York says:
11/23/2011

Quite a lagnaippe...thanks!

Barry BURBs says:
11/23/2011

Well done Mr Perry man! A very interesting journey through a much loved album. Thank you! Until I save up for the new Directors Cut box set this is an ample stand in. Even then this is a cult collectors piece for any Oo fan. :)

Kostas says:
11/23/2011

Perry I am listening to it right now and I am looking forward for a Pink Floyd live alternative.. :)

Philamonjaro says:
11/23/2011

Thanks Perry! This is awesome.

craig61 says:
11/24/2011

Perry, great job! I remember thinking years ago how cool it would be to incorporate the King Biscuit Flower Hour concert of The Who into their original recording, and you have brought that to life and then some. Keep up the awesome work!

Perry responds:
I first recorded this King Biscuit Flower Hour show onto a Maxell C120 cassette (I still have it in the drawer next to my right elbow in Perry's World) in 1974, and have kept up on looking for better recordings since. And I think you will find this to be the best sounding, but more importantly, most complete version of the Quadrophenia portion of the show. The never did play it straight thru live in 1973. Just too difficult to pull off live with the level of pre-recorded tracks that needed to be manipulated by poor Bob Pridden (The Who's monitor mixer) who Pete quite often "made a straight man of." Listen closely to Pete giving him "what for" before the start of "Doctor Jimmy." Legendary . . .

Bill Donnelly says:
11/24/2011

This is fantastic work...any legit Who fanatic needs this in their catalog...thank you my friend...and you are a great host

Famous dave Fae Scotland says:
11/25/2011

Top stuff Dr Bax ... what else can ya say...

Rob C says:
11/26/2011

Had some iTunes issues so I burned the lossless version to a DVD first and played that through clean and flat the first time Wednesday afternoon prepping Thanksgiving dinner. Outstanding, but Track 23 Love Reign was exceptional. Played it again with some EQ that works for my house and it is just Brilliant. Took me back to jr year of high school after being sent home for blowing up the science lab with Bob Hill. At the time we thought the 8-track and Jensen speakers were so cool. Nice little surprise, just before Christmas Mr. Bax.

Michael Ways says:
11/28/2011

-great work Perry- I dig it!!

Matt says:
11/29/2011

Very nice work on this. Thanks for making it available.

Tim Jones says:
11/30/2011

Thanks a lot for this. I like it better than the box! Great, great stuff.

Scott W says:
12/01/2011

One of The Who best pieces of work and this blend of live, original, etc works brings me back to Anaheim Stadium March 1976. Wish I had seen the 1973 show. Nicely done, thank you!

Lamarr says:
12/01/2011

Information is not knowledge. Knowledge is not wisdom. Wisdom is not truth. Truth is not beauty. Beauty is not love. Love is not music. Music is the best

Mike Higgi says:
12/01/2011

Perry, you are The Man. I couldn't have wished for more. Bravo!

winthropite says:
01/13/2012

Would you be kind enough to list the sources and dates (for the live tracks) for each track?

Thanks a million for this... amazing stuff!!

Perry responds:

The live show tracks are the Quadrophenia section, from December 4, 1973, The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

Rmonio says:
01/13/2012

This has alot of the Who's live broadcast on King Biscuit - something we used to hear in the 70's on KQRS in Mpls... I wish I still had my old cassettes of that and the live Floyd they played (original club first playing of OOTDs). Sigh - thanks for bringing back excellent memories, Perry!

Perry responds:

Robert, BRYHNH has your back. This contains the most complete and best sounding version of the center Qudrophenia section of the 12.4.73 show from Philly that most often King Biscuit only played edited versions of. I do still have my old cassette of that broadcast (a Maxell UD C-120, directly in front of me on the studio desk, which is not the source used on this show,) and have quite frequently played other selection from that show on BRYHNH. So bottom line, I got you covered if you never turn up your old cassette and then some.
Oh, and I am relatively sure I have that version of "One Of These Days", as well. If memory serves me, that was originally broadcast on the BBC.
Stay tuned . . .
:-)

p

Deri Parsons says:
04/23/2015

Oh, yes. Another great compilation. I had the pleasure of seeing The Who circa early 1966 at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales. They were superb then and they are superb now.

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Vol. 171 | 11.15.2011

Insane Coho Death

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NEW FOR NOVEMBER 15, 2011

Washing up on the shores of your musical audio beach . . .

1. Drowned (live acoustic solo) - Pete Townshend Buy From iTunes*
2. The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) - Yes Buy From iTunes
3. The Ocean (live) - Led Zeppelin Buy From iTunes
4. Down By The River (live) - Neil Young / CSNY Buy From iTunes*
5. Procession / Father to Son (live) - Queen Buy From iTunes*
6. Good Vibrations / Good Good Good Vibrations (early) - The Beach Boys Buy From iTunes
7. Jumping Jack Flash (live) - Peter Frampton Buy From iTunes*
8. Wond'ring Aloud, Again (full) - Jethro Tull Buy From iTunes
9. Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd w/ Stphane Grappelli Buy From iTunes
10. Love In Vain (live) - Faces
11. Soma (unplugged) - Smashing Pumpkins Buy From iTunes*
12. Remainder The Black Dog - Steven Wilson Buy From iTunes

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Churning through the musical cycle of life . . .
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valerio says:
11/15/2011

great mix, Bax!
and a great sliding Ron Wood in "Love In Vain" - thanks!

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
11/16/2011

I will second that one!
Perry for president has a ring about it.

Perry responds:
Can we make sure that it's the right Perry . . . ?

Nick says:
11/16/2011

Pink Floyd with Stephane Grappelli - I never thought I'd see the day.

Manuel Passarella says:
02/14/2012

I have never heard this version of Wondering Aloud!
Just a gem

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Vol. 170 | 11.01.2011

All Saints, All Ones (11.1.11)

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NEW FOR NOVEMBER 1, 2011

One more one, of your number one favorite music podcast . . .

1. Over Hail Mary's (Machinery Mix live) - Odd Man Out
2. The Saints Are Coming - U2 & Green Day Buy From iTunes
3. All Saints Day - Severed Heads Buy From iTunes
4. Hey St. Peter - Flash In The Pan Buy From iTunes
5. Hang On St. Christopher - Tom Waits Buy From iTunes
6. When The Saints Go Marching In (live) - Bruce Springsteen and the Seeger Session Band w/ Marc Anthony and Lisa Loeb Buy From iTunes*
7. Forgone - The Decemberist
8. Have You Ever Seen The Rain (live) - R.E.M.
9. Chestnut Mare (live) - Roger McGuinn Buy From iTunes*
20. Horse With No Name (live) - America Buy From iTunes*
11. Main Street - Deer Tick Buy From iTunes
12. No Quarter (live rehearsal) - Led Zeppelin Buy From iTunes*
13. Roxanne (live) - Police Buy From iTunes*
14. This Charming Man (New York instrumental) - The Smiths Buy From iTunes*
15. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others - The Smiths Buy From iTunes
16. You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby - Kirsty McColl Buy From iTunes
17. Judy Is A Punk - Ramones Buy From iTunes

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Patron saint of musical virtue . . .
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Perry/Chicago says:
11/07/2011

In the process of removing spam, I accidentally deleted the comments from the kind people who took the time to write one.

Pete says:
11/08/2011

Hey, (embarassingly late) I've just come across this podcast and love it. Can you help me (it's driving me crazy) - why I migth be unable to find any information anywhere on the internet about the song "probable cause" (track 1 your episode "Vol 45" (I know way back some 5.5 years ago, jeez). The band is "Employee?" One of the best songs i've ever heard, ever. Thanks

Perry responds:

Hey Pete,
Glad you are digging the show. Employee is the solo project from Shimmer singer Chris Gilmartin. You can find the whole record Sunshine Delays and "Probable Cause" for free download at http://www.chrisgilmartin.com/employee.html

Bill Donnelly says:
11/09/2011

After the second week this year with no power and endless jokes about me living in a forest....getting this show on the heels of the Steve Hackett interview leaves me nothing short of elated

Mike Higgi says:
12/21/2011

Nice to know that Roger McGuinn has taken a physics course or two in the past (ref: g = 32.2 ft/sec^2).

GRETCHEN says:
12/29/2011

OMFREAKINGGAWD!! I HAVE LOOKED FOR THE SONG OVER HAIL MARY'S BY ODD MAN OUT FOR FOREVER. HAVE IT TAPED FROM A FRIEND'S DEMO TAPE OF THEM FROM A DEMO CALLED NEW MUSIC POTION #9!! TO SAY I AM OVER THE MOON THAT I JUST FOUND IT HERE IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT!! :)

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Vol. 169 (special edition) | 10.26.2011

Interview and Music with Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett on BRYHNH

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NEW FOR OCTOBER 26, 2011

Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett joins Perry Bax on The Best Radio You Have Never Heard for a chat about Steve's new album Beyond the Shrouded Horizon, the early days and the future of Genesis, along with some great music from both Steve's solo career and with Genesis.


1. Arrival - Genesis
2. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 1
3. A Place Called Freedom - Steve Hackett Buy From iTunes
4. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 2
5. Waking To Life - Steve Hackett Buy From iTunes
6. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 3
7. Harlequin - Genesis Buy From iTunes
8. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 4
9. The Fountain of Salmacis - Genesis Buy From iTunes
10. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 5
11. Watcher Of The Skies - Steve Hackett Buy From iTunes*
12. Steve and Perry Chat - Part 6
13. Turn This Island Earth - Steve Hackett w/ Chris Squire Buy From iTunes

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Where it's always a spectral morning . . .
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Perry/Chicago says:
11/07/2011

In the process of removing spam, I accidentally deleted the comments from 9 or 10 kind people who took the time to write one.

Donald Schumaker says:
12/02/2011

Perry, this was a thoroughly enjoyable interview with Steve. It was relaxed, yet had some depth that I as a Genephile just gobbled up.

Another thing, the 2007 remasters of the Genesis catalog are magnificent. I always disliked the muddled mixes from the pre-Abacab period, and this remaster series just blows me the F away.

Same goes for the Jethro Tull remasters, but I reiterate my raves when the proper time comes.

Thanks again for your show.

Don

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Vol. 168 | 10.15.2011

Masqueraded Movement

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NEW FOR OCTOBER 15, 2011
Protesting mediocrity with a movement of great music . . .


Masqueraded Movement - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 168


1. Sick Things / Dead Babies / I Love The Dead (live) - Alice Cooper Buy From iTunes
2. Magnum Opus (live) - Kansas Buy From iTunes*
3. Breathless (live) - Tony Levin's Stickmen
4. Sleepless (dance mix) - King Crimson
5. Intruder - Peter Gabriel and the New Blood Orchestra Buy From iTunes
6. Almost Blue - Joseph Arthur Buy From iTunes
7. E'Festa (Celbration) (live) - PFM Buy From iTunes
8. Everything - Bouncing Bomb Buy From iTunes
9. Radio Free Europe (demo) - R.E.M.Buy From iTunes*
10. Two Faces Of Cairo - Steve Hackett Buy From iTunes
11. Time (live) / The Great Gig In the Sky (early) / The Morality Sequence - Pink Floyd Buy From iTunes*

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Occupying Perry's World 365 days a year . . .
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And in this episode, I feature a snippet from the full length interview I did with Genesis guitarist and solo artist Steve Hackett. The full interview with Steve will be featured shortly in a special edition of BRYHNH.

Full interview now available (episode 169 special edition) by clicking HERE

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Vol. 167 | 10.01.2011

Wrong Place, Wrong Time

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You can run, but never hide from the drone of great music . . .

1. Happy - Nils Lofgren Buy From iTunes
2. 1000 Dollar Car (live) - The Bottle Rockets Buy From iTunes
3. The River (live) - Bruce Springsteen and the Seeger Session Band Buy From iTunes*
4. Heroes (live unplugged) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
5. Breathe Me (live) - Sia Buy From iTunes*
6. Another Day (acoustic) Courtesy Call Buy From iTunes
7. Crown Of Thorns (live) - Pearl Jam Buy From iTunes
8. The Battle Of Evermore (live) - Lovemongers Buy From iTunes
9. Song Remains The Same (live rehearsal) - Led Zeppelin
10. Eruption: Tommy - Steve Hackett Buy From iTunes
11. Stratus - Billy Cobham w/ Jan Hammer, Tommy Bolin, Ron Carter Buy From iTunes
12. SuperHeavy - SuperHeavy Buy From iTunes
13. Your Body Is A Machine - The Good Natured Buy From iTunes
14. Shattering Sea - Tori Amos By From iTunes
15. Big Buddha Song - Jon Anderson Buy From iTunes

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Where the right place, is right here, right now . . .
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Bill Donnelly says:
10/01/2011

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

Stefan Tomlinson says:
10/01/2011

Another great offering this month Perry,especially enjoyed the Nils, Sia, Courtesy Call, Steve Hackett & Billy Cobham tunes (ever been tempted to throw in "Route 66" seeing as it starts in Chicago ? )

Perry responds.

Yes it does Stef. Route 66 starts right on the lakefront on Lake Shore Drive.
I think I last played "Route 66" from Depeche Mode to open the Lollapalooza (in Grant Park on LSD . . .) podcast last year . . .

http://bestradioyouhaveneverheard.com/2010/08/lollaburrito.html

Jack says:
10/01/2011

Well I get your drones twice a month.. and Im happy about it! Wish it could be more...

B.Sharpe says:
10/01/2011

Great stuff Perry! The variety and new discoveries always keep me coming back for more. Stay true bro...

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Vol. 166 | 09.15.2011

Classic Warfare

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NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 15, 2011

Always have a spare song in my pocket . . .

1. Lawyers, Guns and Money (live) - Jackson Browne w/ Dawes and Jonathan Wilson
2. People Have The Power (live) - Patti Smith Buy From iTunes*
3. Somebody Cares For Me - Nick Lowe Buy From iTunes
4. Heart (live solo acoustic) - Nick Lowe Buy From iTunes*
5. Stop You Sobbing (live) - The Pretenders Buy From iTunes*
6. The Nightmare Returns / I'll Bite Your Head Off - Alice Cooper Buy From iTunes
7. Birds Of Prey - Stewart Copeland Buy From iTunes
8. Don't Box Me In - Stan Ridgeway and Stewart Copeland Buy From iTunes
9. Rock The Casbah - The Clash w/ Ranking Roger Buy From iTunes*
10. Dear God - Todd Rundgren Buy From iTunes
11. In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel and the New Blood Orchestra Buy From iTunes*
12. Twilight Alehouse (live) - Genesis Buy From iTunes*
14. It's Your Amazing Grace - Glen Campbell Buy From iTunes
15. Do To Me - Trombone Shorty w/ Jeff Beck Buy From iTunes
16. Like A Rolling Stone (live) Bob Dylan w/ Mick Taylor Buy From iTunes*
17. Are You Experienced (live) - Jimi Hendrix Experience Buy From iTunes

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Always musically a "have . . . "
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Jon Sibol says:
09/15/2011

Great timing! Doing a comp down in Virginia this weekend, it will be the soundtrack for tomorrow and Saturday.

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
09/16/2011

Another collection of great sounds Perry, keep up the great work, looking forward to the first of October already !

Tug Haddock says:
09/16/2011

Still can't get over the Clash and Ranking Roger doing Rock The Casbah! Respect is due!

Perry Responds:
And a Little Debbie to you Tug for your fine assist playing it at the Cookie Puss dance where I first heard it . . .

Steve Webster says:
09/17/2011

Loving the podcast here in the UK Perry. Would love to hear some Steve Earle, Nils Lofgren, Jesse Malin and Warren Zevon sometime!

Perry responds:

Noted.
And glad you are diggin' the show Steve . . .

p

DOUG ROBINSON says:
09/19/2011

ALTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN.... MANY YEARS SINCE I TALKED TO YOU PERRY, I DO NOT REMEMBER YOUR VOICE SOUNDING AS IT DOES ON HERE. WHAT THE HECK MAN? GOT SOMEONE SPEAKING FOR YOU?? ANYWHO... I TUNE IN ON OCCASION... NICE JOB.

Perry responds:

Another victim falls to the fake radio voice . . .
And totally glad you are listening. Sounds better than the wafting music you had to leave your door open for on 6N, huh?

Steve Webster says:
09/26/2011

The late great Warren Zevon...woohoo!

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Vol. 165 | 09.01.2011

Category Rocking

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NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2011

Never let a good crisis go to waste . . .

1. Blowin' In The Wind (live) - Neil Young Buy From iTunes
2. Like A Hurricane (live) - Roxy Music Buy From iTunes
3. Raging Seas and the Stowaway - Stormcenter
4. Something In The Air - Thunderclap Newman Buy From iTunes
5. Drown (solo acoustic) - Smashing Pumpkins Buy From iTunes*
6. Madman Across The Water (solo demo) - Elton John Buy From iTunes*
7. Hurricane - Keith Richards Buy From iTunes
8. The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie - Red Hot Chili Peppers Buy From iTunes
9. House Of Fun (live) - Madness Buy From iTunes
10. Scream For Change (live) - Odd Man Out
11. Jessica (live) - Chuck Leavell Buy From iTunes*
12. Crawling From The Wreckage (live) - Rockpile Buy From iTunes
13. Stoplight Roses (live) - Nick Lowe
14. Wild and Waste / Hold On Hope / Valley Of The Son - Glen Campbell Buy From iTunes
15. Save Me (live) - Aimee Mann Buy From iTunes*
16. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Keith Droz 2011 Remix) - The Beatles Buy From iTunes*
17. Catfish Blues (live) - David 'Honeyboy' Edwards Buy From iTunes*

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Where small craft warnings are always in effect . . .
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Bryce says:
09/01/2011

Breezin' in ahead of "Stef".Good to see the Rockpile selection.Roxy doing "Like a hurricane" should interest most.
-Bryce

michael says:
09/01/2011

You are like a hurricane! Once again an outstanding podcast.

Bill Donnellly says:
09/02/2011

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...all is fine...just lost some beautiful trees...

Kevin MIller says:
09/13/2011

Great Podcast Again. For me your podcasts always get multiple listens until the grooves wear out. Great segways throughout and great double dose of Nick Lowe..... And I really enjoyed the Stormcenter cut. That should of been a hit. Can't remember when the last time I heard lots of these on the radio. Yes Never.... so Thanks

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Vol. 164 | 08.15.2011

Misguided Intention

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NEW FOR AUGUST 15, 2011
Always making the good choice between music, looting or riot police . . .


Misguided Intention - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 164


1. Anarchy In The U.K. (live) - The Sex Pistols Buy From iTunes
2. I Will Follow (live) - U2 Buy From iTunes
3. Police On My Back (live) - The Clash Buy From iTunes
4. Guns Of Brixton - Dropkick Murphy's Buy From iTunes
5. Teen Age Riot - Sonic Youth Buy From iTunes
6. Bulls On Parade - Rage Against The Machine Buy From iTunes
7. Gimme Shelter - Ruth Copeland
8. Confianca - Allen Hinds Buy From iTunes
9. Inductive Resonance (live) - The League Of Gentlemen w/ Robert Fripp
10. Dani California - Red Hot Chili Peppers Buy From iTunes
11. Mary Jane's Last Dance - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Buy From iTunes
12. Dedicated To The One I Love - Steve Cropper w/ Bettye LaVette, Steve Winwood, and Lucinda Williams Buy From iTunes
13. Mother (live) - Blondie
14. Only The Lonely (demo) - The Motels Buy From iTunes
15. Jealous Guy - Ian McCulloch
16. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band / The End (live) - Paul McCartney Buy From iTunes*
17. D�j� Vu (demo) David Crosby (Stills and Nash) Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Never shot to maim or cripple anyone . . .
Accept No Substitute









And it's Happy Birthday to my Mom Teddy! Please wish my Mom, Teddy, a very happy 84th Birthday (with where you are listening from of course) this August 15 in the comment box below !

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jazzcook says:
08/15/2011

Happy Birthday, Teddy!

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
08/15/2011

A very happy 84th birthday Teddy.

Dave (scotland) says:
08/15/2011

Happy birthday teddy. So happy I saw you blowing yer candles out this year

Bill (Roselle) says:
08/15/2011

Happy Birthday Teddy!

Jack says:
08/15/2011

Alles Liebe zum Geburtstag!

Happy B-Day!

Jack from Germany

Hans - Sweden says:
08/15/2011

Happy Birthday (Grattis p fdelsedagen) Teddy !

Rodrigo (Brazil) says:
08/15/2011

Happy Birthday from Brazil Teddy!
Or (in portuguese): "Feliz Aniversrio!"

Mike Schlosser says:
08/15/2011

HI Teddy, Happy birthday from Sacramento Calif. I have listened to everyone for of your son's GREAT podcasts for several years and must tell you he brings a lot of musical pleasure to a lot of people two times each month. We thank Perry for that and wish you a happy birthday.. p.s. I turned 65 this year myself.

Chris (Pennsylvania) says:
08/15/2011

Happy Birthday!

Bill Fitz says:
08/15/2011

Teddy,

Wishing you a very Happy Birthday from Poughkeepsie, New York.

Cal says:
08/15/2011

Fucking awesome, Perry

Tom says:
08/16/2011

This is a great mix, your mum must be rocking away for her birthday. It's the soundtrack to our office today!

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Teddy.. Happy 84th Birthday.. With love from Tom and all of us at Criminal Records over in London, UK.

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Tom says:
08/16/2011

Thanks Perry, we really enjoyed that

Keith Droz says:
08/16/2011

The hap-hap-happiest birthday to you, Teddy!!!! And many many many many many more! Greeting from the Garden State.

edgar says:
08/16/2011

HB perry's mom

Keith Droz says:
08/16/2011

Happy Birthday Teddy!!!! and many many more! from the Garden State!

Corin (New Jersey) says:
08/17/2011

Happy Birthday Teddy!! Hope it was a wonderful day filled with laughter and love!!!

Bill Donnellly says:
08/17/2011

Sorry for the delay, Happy Birthday to you dear! wilth love and best wishes from Bill D and family from the wilds of Connecticut.

Mike Higgi (St. Louis) says:
08/17/2011

Happy Birthday, Teddy, from the Gateway to the West.

Perry's Mom says:
08/17/2011

THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR ALL THE BIRTHDAY GREETINGS!!
Dave from Scotland ..thanks for helping me blow out 84 candles.

Marty Masters says:
08/18/2011

Mom... I was busy at work, and didn't get to wish you a happy 84th until today, however it does not diminish my wishes! Best to you.

Nicola says:
08/20/2011

Happy Birthday, Teddy.
I would have sent my wishes sooner... but vacations kept me in a blissfull no-pc state.

Nicola from Geneva, Switzerland.

Rob C says:
08/21/2011

Happy belated birthday Teddy! Sorry it is late and sorry I was not there to assist in the blowing out of the candles, but you had some big Scottish wind to assit you!

You can throw a shoe at me the next time I see you.

Den Wall says:
08/25/2011

Happy Birthday from Portland Oregon. Just listened to my first "Best Radio You Have Never Heard" podcast today in honor of your birthday!

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Vol. 163 | 08.01.2011

House On FIre

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Flames hot enough to explode a head . . .

1. Burning Down The House (alt) - Talking Heads Buy From iTunes
2. Talk Talk - The Fire Escape Buy From iTunes
3. Promised You A Miracle - Simple Minds Buy From iTunes
4. Talking (Loud and Clear) - Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark Buy From iTunes*
5. Dialogue (Parts 1 & 2) - Chicago Buy From iTunes
6. Johnny Ace Is Dead (live) - Dave Alvin Buy From iTunes*
7. Mercury Blues (live) - David Lindley and Harry Manx Buy From iTunes*
8. Another World (live) - Joe Jackson Trio Buy From iTunes
9. Teach Me Tonight (live) Amy Winehouse Buy From iTunes*
10. Mayhem - Imelda May Buy From iTunes
11. Never You Done That (live) - General Public Buy From iTunes*
12. Sing - 7th Heaven Buy From iTunes
13. Canajoharie - They Might Be Giants Buy From iTunes
14. Music Goes 'Round and Around - Louis Prima Buy From iTunes
15. Fracture (live) - King Crimson

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The only musical accelerant you'll ever need . . .
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Bill Donnelly says:
08/01/2011

Fracture is politically relevant and holy smokes its great to hear...btw general public live...you hear that ALL the time on the radio ;-)...great nugget

Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
08/02/2011

Another classic Perry,thats one of the best versions of "Mercury Blues" Ive heard,Im dropping off the radar for a couple of weeks(due to family ties)but Ill be back just in time for the next installment,keep on rocking.

Mars Wolf says:
08/07/2011

Just discovered this website. Very professional production. Any reason The Ramones haven't been played? There would be no U2, Clash or Green Day without them.

Perry Responds:
A search shows you might be right, which really defies my logic, in that quite often I need a shorty song to flush out a show. And defies logic as you point out as their great position in the history of the genre. Thanks for pointing that out, Mars. A situation that bears correcting . . .

p

Soren Renner says:
08/13/2011

I remember you from the Lamoine Hotel's "Mixdown with Perry Bax" in 1985 or so. We talked at least once. You like to fish, I remember that.

Perry responds:
Yeah, that would be me, Soren. But it would have been all those years across the park at The Pace, as opposed to the Lamoine Hotel. One of the tragedy's of rock and roll was the Change of Pace meeting the wrecking ball . . .

Dave Walker (the famous) from Scotland currently residing in Chicago says:
08/14/2011

Good evening Mr. Bax look foreword to the show launching. been great seeing the master at work and visiting you. as a host of the show and showing your house guest such hospitality yer the man

Rob says:
08/21/2011

Louis Prima to Fracture (and a particularly well manned version at that), whoda thought.

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Vol. 162 | 07.15.2011

Super Slow Mo

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A slow burn in the summer's heat, inducing a serious musical chill . . .

1. Lively Up Yourself (live) - Bob Marley and the Wailers Buy From iTunes
2. Rise - Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 Buy From iTunes
3. Medley (live) - Black Uhuru
a) General Penitentiary Buy From iTunes*
b) Guess Who's Coming To Dinner Buy From iTunes*
c) Sinsemilla Buy From iTunes*
d) I Love King Selassie Buy From iTunes*
4. Love Doesn't Frighten Me - Blondie
5. I'm Confused (live) - The Yardbirds
6. The Rover (live) - Van Halen
7. Kashmir (live) - Led Zeppelin Buy From iTunes*
8. For Everyone (live) - Yes Buy From iTunes
9. Tomorrow's Food - Incubus Buy From iTunes
10. Recycled Pt. 2 - Nektar
a) So Paulo Sunrise
b) Costa Del Soul
c) Marvellous Moses
d) It's All Over

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
The low and slow of online music . . .
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Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
07/15/2011

Another set of excellent choices Perry, keep up the good work, cant wait to hear the next one (just have to, I suppose !)

Dan says:
07/15/2011

Terrific Show. Been listening to it all morning.

Bill Donnelly says:
07/15/2011

Ah Nektar.....

Colonel Panic says:
07/26/2011

Some eclectic, some exotic, all excellent.

Keep on keepin on.

The Colonel.

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Vol. 161 | 07.01.2011

Bookend Goodbyes

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1. Crazy - Lovely Goodbye Buy From iTunes
2. We Are Crazy - Todd Rundgren w/ Jean-Yves Labat (M. Frog)
3. Oh No (inst.) Lumpy Gravy (edit) - Frank Zappa
4. The Capital Of Power (live) - Triumvirat
5. Lark's Tongue In Aspic Pt. 2 (live) - King Crimson
6. Head Like A Hole (live) - Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy
7. Gary, Indiana 1959 - Dave Alvin Buy From iTunes
8. Smackwater Jack (live) - Carole King Buy From iTunes)
9. Tijuana (live) - Harry Manx Buy From iTunes
10. Together-ing - The Sky Drops Buy From iTunes
11. Secret Gardener -The Ulrich Collaboration
12. Rock On - Garland Jeffreys Buy From iTunes
13. Fly From Here - Yes
Overture
Pt. I We Can Fly
Pt. II Sad Night At The Airfield
Pt. III Madman At The Screens
Pt. IV Bumpy Ride
Pt. V We Can Fly Reprise
14. 4th Of July (Sandy) (live) - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
A Best Seller on every list . . .
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Bill Donnelly says:
07/01/2011

Dave Alvin's new one...Manx live and closing it with Yes...You are the King ot podcasts

Stef Tomlinson says:
07/01/2011

Another classic Perry,tell me,where the hell did you get the Todd track? Ive been listening to him for 38 years & I ain't ever heard that one before.

Perry responds:

Stef,
Well I am sure you have heard the finished version, that appeared on the first M. Frog (Labat) record? Incredibly rare for years (as was the first Roger Powell album "Cosmic Furnace") but now both re-issued.
The Todd demo is for the unreleased album "Froggy Goes A Pumpkin." If you know anything about Todd's multi-instrumental prowess, it is clearly Todd on drums. And he takes the song writing credit, while Labat takes it on the TR recorded solo M. Frog album.
Here's more:

"The first unreleased album "Froggy Went A Pumpkin!" is a collection of ten demo's Rundgren made for and together with M. Frog Labat, the French synth-player appearing on Todd Rundgren's Utopia (1974). The tracks, recorded in 1973, perfectly display the simple but solid rockbeat sound of that time: get the house rockin'! With M. Frog Labat, leaving his synths behind and doing the groaning, barking and screaming and Todd rocking the guitar a bigger contrast with the first Utopia album is hardly imaginable. I wonder if Todd also played the drums, as The Nippon Crown commentary suggests, it wouldn't surprise me if it were Kevin Ellman.

Rick from NY says:
07/06/2011

Gotta say...the middle section trumps...oh yeah, he bought a shotgun...

Trebor Lloyd says:
07/12/2011

Great stuff Perry. Thanks for putting us in such glorious company.

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Vol. 160 | 06.15.2011

Bed Pan Blues

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NEW FOR JUNE 15, 2011

Good friends of BRYHNH Keith Droz and Joey Mac both landed themselves in the hospital.
What better than an M.D. episode of The Best Radio You Have Never Heard to get one's mind on regaining his appetite and the other's off of hospital food.

Please leave both Keith and Joey Mac a note with best wishes and get well thoughts in the comments below.


Bed Pan Blues - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 160

1. I Don't Need No Doctor (live) - Humble Pie Buy From iTunes*
2. There's A Doctor / Go To The Mirror / Smash The Mirror / Miracle Cure (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes
3. Stop You Sobbing - The Kinks Buy From iTunes
4. Doctor Robert - The Beatles Buy From iTunes
5. Dear Doctor (early) - The Rolling Stones Buy From iTunest*
6. Doctor Doctor - UFO Buy From iTunes
7. Pigs (On the Wing ) Part 1 - Pink Floyd w/ Snowy White Buy From iTunes*
8. Pigs (Three DIfferent Ones ) Part 3 - Pink Floyd Buy From iTunes
9. We Can Fly - Yes Buy From iTunes
10. I Spit Roses - Peter Murphy Buy From iTunes
11. Warrant - Foster The People Buy From iTunes
12. Hard Times / Love Action - Human League Buy From iTunes*
13. Reckless Serenade - Arctic Monkeys Buy From iTunes
14. Renaissance (live) - Corea, Clark, White (Return To Forever Trio) w/ Jean Luc-Ponty Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
With a license to practice medicine granted by The Universal Life Church . . .
Accept No Substitute

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Stef Tomlinson says:
06/15/2011

Another good one Perry,never heard that version of Humble Pie before, Return To Forever is a nice one,
Funny that, and I'm just in the middle of digitizing Jean Luc-Ponty/Mystical Adventures. !!

Jon Sibol says:
06/15/2011

Looks good! Can't wait to hear the latest from that Yes tribute band.

John Bax says:
06/15/2011

Best get well wishes to Keith and Joey Mac

The Doctor says:
06/15/2011

I love this mix!

Perry responds:
I thought about you as it was going together, Doc. I was hoping I wasn't infringing on any applicable rights . . .
:-)

Be sure to check out Brain Damage: The Definitive Pink Floyd Podcast with The Doctor @

http://www.floydpodcast.com

Nick says:
06/16/2011

A little Ted Nugent "Just What The Doctor" ordered never hurts either - pardon the pun.

Joey Mac says:
06/16/2011

thumbs up Mr. Perry!

Perry responds:
Glad to see you up and about Joe and glad you are digging the show and it's not giving you a headache . . .

p

Bill Donnelly says:
06/18/2011

I'm a little late on the upbeat....the new Yes sounds like it could have come off of Drama and Benoit has his Trevor Horn rain in spain guidebook... Killer show

John D. says:
11/13/2012

What does it say about my brain that it automatically sticks the 8-track channel change click into the appropriate spot in Pigs? Great show. Still digging through the back catalog.

Perry responds:
I can't listen to "Get 'em Out By Friday" from Genesis's Foxtrot without hearing the 8-track split . . .

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Vol. 159 | 06.01.2011

Heat's On

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Vol. 159 | 06.01.2011

Heat's On

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Podcast Watch: Conditions are right for a perfect swath of great music . . .


Heat's On - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 159

1. Death Of Mother Nature Suite - Kansas Buy From iTunes
2. Blue Wind - Jeff Beck Buy From iTunes
3. Supertwister (live) - Camel Buy From iTunes
4. Stormy Monday (live) - The Allman Brothers Band Buy From iTunes*
5. Tornado (live) - The Black CrowesBuy From iTunes*
6. Nature's Way - Spirit Buy From iTunes
7. Turning Tables (live) - Adele Buy From iTunes*
8. Incubi - Bad Pollyanna Buy From iTunes
9. Had To Cry Today (live) - Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Buy From iTunes
10. King Kong - Jean-Luc Ponty Buy From iTunes
11. Unobstructed Views - Death Cab For Cutie Buy From iTunes
12. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Tori Amos Buy From iTunes*
13. Can't Stand Losing You (deranged) - Stewart Copeland / The Police Buy From iTunes*
14. Holdin' On To Black Metal - My Morning Jacket Buy From iTunes
15. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (live) - Gil Scott-Heron Buy From iTunes

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Ready to take cover at its earliest convenience . . .
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Stefan Tomlinson says:
06/01/2011

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.

Perry responds:
Yes, Stef, I just noticed the episode and fixed problem, although I didn't go back and re-record :-( and hoped no one had noticed.
Hope is isn't tainting the show . . .
:-)

Stef Tomlinson says:
06/01/2011

Stef responds:
No Perry, it isn't tainting.
Its entertaining.

Perry responds:
I obviously can't tell the players without a scorecard . . .
:-)

Bill Donnelly says:
06/01/2011

When was the last time you said...you know...I need to hear some Camel...

Tony says:
06/14/2011

I have seen Rude Guest music on a few of your previous podcasts. I am not quite sure where to find any CDs or audio. By the way this month's podcast was awesome.

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Vol. 158 | 05.15.2011

Exit, Stage Right . . .

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NEW FOR MAY 15, 2011

A fond farewell to the King Of Chicago . . .


Can You Dig It ? - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 157

1. King Of The World (live) - Steely Dan Buy From iTunes*
2. King (live) - Shimmer
3. Free Form Intro / Does Anybody Know What Time It Is (live) - Chicago Buy From iTunes
4. Deeper Understanding - Kate Bush Buy From iTunes
5. Flames - Sarah Fimm Buy From iTunes
6. Can You Hear Me - Renaissance Buy From iTunes
7. Sarah (live) - Ray Wilson
8. Numb - Airborne Toxic Event Buy From iTunes
9. MoneyGrabber - Fitz And The Tantrums Buy From iTunes
10. Go To The Mardi Gras - Professor Longhair Buy From iTunes
11. New Orleans - The Brilliant Mistakes Buy From iTunes
12. City Of New Orleans - Steve Goodman Buy From iTunes
13. This Used To Be Paradise - Marcia Ball Buy From iTunes
14. Too Late - The Cars Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
The podcast that works . . . . . .
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Stef Tomlinson says:
05/15/2011

Nice one again Perry,something old,something new,your doing a damn fine job,keep on keeping on.

Konstantin Sabirov says:
05/18/2011

the best podcast, really. thank you.

PJM in WA says:
08/23/2012

I just listened to this and really enjoyed the Airborne Toxic Event tune. Never heard them before. Thanks!

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Vol. 157 | 05.01.2011

Can You DIg It ?

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NEW FOR MAY 1, 2011

Can you dig it? A little deeper please . . .


Can You Dig It ? - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 157

1. Circuital - My Morning Jacket
2. Too Nice To Talk To - English Beat Buy From iTunes
3. Doctor Wu (alt) - Steely Dan Buy From iTunes*
4. Man In Motion - Warren Haynes Buy From iTunes
5. On Broadway / Fire and Rain (live) - James Taylor
6. Where Is My Mind - Stormy Strong
7. This Is Where I Belong - Ray Davies w/ Black Francis Buy From iTunes
8. Gouge Away- Pixies Buy From iTunes
9. No One Receiving - Brian Eno Buy From iTunes
10. YYZ - Rush Buy From iTunes
11. I Am The Walrus - XTC
12. Talk About The Love - Andy Stone Buy From iTunes
13. Sleep Walk (live) - Jeff Beck Buy From iTunes
14. Healing / Time Heals (live) - Todd Rundgren Buy From iTunes*

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Because the world will always need more ditch diggers . . .
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Bill Donnelly says:
05/01/2011

Really enjoyed this one driving back from a weekend in Beantown....Pixies, XTC and of course Jeff Beck...the back episode can be catagorized as vintage...Who can resist Orgasm addict by the Buzzcocks...

Stefan Tomlinson-Scotlandshire says:
05/06/2011

Another set of excellent choices Perry. Especially enjoyed the T.R. track. This podcast came to me late this month as I was "off the radar" for a week, due to family commitments.

Perry responds:
Glad to have you check in Stef. I've called back the search and rescue team.
And I had a feeling you'd like that Todd R . . .
:-)

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Vol. 156 | 04.15.2011

Pajama Man

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NEW FOR APRIL 15, 2011

The uniform makes the man. . .


Pajama Man - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 156
1. Funkahdafi - Front 242 Buy From iTunes
2. Smokin' From Shootin' (live) My Morning Jacket Buy From iTunes*
3. Keep Yourself Alive (early demo) - Queen Buy From iTunes*
4. Bad Company (live) - Bad Company Buy From iTunes*
5. Po-Jama People - Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention
6. He Don't Live Here No More - Robbie Robertson w/ Eric Clapton Buy From iTunes
7. So Beautiful or So What - Paul Simon Buy From iTunes
8. End To The Lies - Jane's Addiction
9. Steal Your Heart - Augustana Buy From iTunes
10. You Are A Tourist - Death Cab For Cutie Buy From iTunes
11. The Last Time - The Andrew (Loog) Oldham Orchestra
12. Hello Sailor - Keith Emerson Buy From iTunes
13. Pirates - Emerson, Lake and Palmer Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Loaning pajamas to the cause as we speak . . .
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Stef Tomlinson-Scotland says:
04/15/2011

Nice one again Perry,who was the sax player on "Pirates"?

Perry responds:

Stef,
On the Keith Emerson solo bit ("Hello Sailor" from his solo record "Honky") the sax was played by Andrew Brennen. On the following Emerson Lake and Palmer song "Pirates," ELP were accompanied by The Orchestra de l'Opra de Paris.

Bill Donnelly says:
04/15/2011

Any truth to the rumor that the purple hat and pajamas are in the BRYHNH store?

On iPod and burning a copy for the car . . .

Perry responds:

I am wearing the purple pajamas as we speak. They are my pajamas of choice when I am out front yelling at cars to "Slow down! There's people with dogs in the neighborhood . . ."
:-)

Keith Droz says:
04/15/2011

I think i had a pair of sneakers like that.

Perry responds:
On the east coast you called them sneakers, while in the midwest we called them gym shoes . . .

Mike Schlosser says:
04/16/2011

Perry ol man, I don't know what you are smoking but ever since you did the show #153, (your secret tribute to the Packers Superbowl win) you podcasts have been dead on....I have enjoyed them all, keep doing what you are doing.

Perry responds:

Keep it up with the Packers Superbowl bit, Mike. Go ahead, keep it up. Wait until next year. Or just wait until fall when you see the Cubbies . . . oh never mind . . .
:-)

And so glad you are digging the last few show . . .

p

Kevin Miller says:
05/13/2011

Another great podcast. I'm on my 3rd listen. Always great to hear live versions of Bad Company,The song and the band + new music from Robbie Robertson and Augustana and of course your deep and insightful commentary like the muckings of Alan Klein. Heres another reference regarding the early Bob Seger catalog which he's had his hand in tying up
http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/bob-seger-bootleg-compilation/Content?oid=3770583

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Vol. 155 | 04.01.2011

Miles Of Piles

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NEW FOR APRIL 1, 2011

Sometimes, you just have to get things sorted out . . .


Miles Of Piles - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 155

1. Water (alt mix) - Odd Man Out
2. Please Ask For Help - Telekinesis Buy From iTunes
3. Discoverer (live) - R.E.M. Buy From iTunes)
4. Keeping Secrets - The Royal Bear
5. Better Man (guitar/organ) - Pearl Jam Buy From iTunes
6. Television (stripped) - Stabbing Westward Buy From iTunes*
7. Children of The Rain - Peter Ulrich w/ The Jayne Canyons Band
8. The Afterlife - Paul Simon Buy From iTunes
9. Angel Dance - Robert Plant Buy From iTunes
10. Life Is Simple In The Moonlight - The Strokes Buy From iTunes
11. Presence Of The Lord (live) - Derek And The Dominos Buy From iTunes
12. Will You Love Me Tomorrow / Up On The Roof (live) - Carole King Buy From iTunes*
13. Rhythm Of The Heat (live) Peter Gabriel and the New Blood Orchestra Buy From iTunes
14. Awaken (live) - Yes Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Always one step in front of the cleaning crew . . .
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Perry/Chicago says:
04/01/2011

Nothing starts off an April Fool's Day like the notion of switching from hootch to water.
Or as legend has it, W.C. Fields commenting on a movie set: "Who put water in my water glass . . . ?"

Stef Tomlinson says:
04/01/2011

Another "keeper" Perry! Keep up the good work-just finished listening to podcast on C.D.- nothing short of brilliant.

Mike Suicide says:
04/04/2011

"When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey. When I drink water, I drink water."

Michaleen Oge Flynn-The Quiet Man

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Vol. 154 | 03.15.2011

Ricochet Scale

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NEW FOR MARCH 15, 2011

Bright music for a dark time . . .


Ricochet Scale - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 154

1. Water Music I / Here Comes The Flood - Robert Fripp and Peter Gabriel Buy From iTunes*
2. Livin' On The Fault Line - The Doobie Brothers Buy From iTunes
3. Nobody's Fault But Mine (live) - Led Zeppelin Buy From iTunes*
4. Atomic - Blondie Buy From iTunes
5. Radiation - UKZ Buy From iTunes
6. When The Shit Hits The Fan / Le Feel Internationale (live) Todd Rundgren Buy From iTunes*
7. Bridge Over Troubled Water (demo take 6) - Simon and Garfunkel Buy From iTunes
8. The Way That He Sings (live) - My Morning Jacket
9. South Side Of The Sky (live acoustic) - Yes Buy From iTunes*
10. Echoes (live acoustic) - David Gilmour w/ Richard Wright Buy From iTunes*
11. Fainting In Coils (live) - Bill Bruford But From iTunes*
12. Room Full Of Mirrors / Shame, Shame, Shame - Jimi Hendrix Buy From iTunes
13. Kid Charlemagne (live) - Steely Dan w/ Larry Carlton Buy From iTunes*

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Always being seismically monitored . . .
Accept No Substitute

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Bill Donnelly says:
03/15/2011

What a way to begin...I have not heard this version of Here Comes the Flood in years and it was vinyl version...strapping in for the rest of the ride.

Stef Tomlinson says:
03/15/2011

Although everyone will have heard most of the tunes before I dont think anyone will have heard these versions ever,nice one Perry,correct me if Im wrong,but did Todd Rundgren not play Knebworth on the same bill as Led Zep ?

Perry Responds:

Yes correct Stef. Todd and Utopia on the bill as well as New Barbarians featuring Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood . . .

edgar says:
03/15/2011

Could reach Iconic proportions! GOOD JOB

Derrick Parsons says:
03/15/2011

Looks like another good one!

Bryce says:
03/17/2011

I added "Fault Line" by Deep Purple (Deep Purple In Rock) and
"Tokyo Jo" (Bryan Ferry) to my very own" bryhnh" inspired playlist (unpublished).
(Loved the Atomic - Blondie selection too)
I'm sure Libya is a BIG chance for the next podcast.

Great work
-Bryce


Tom Margarites says:
03/25/2011

Love this Perry! Great job.I feel 17 years old again!

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Vol. 153 | 03.01.2011

Cheese and Sympathy

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NEW FOR MARCH 1, 2011
Music that is always north of the border of excellence . . .

Cheese and Sympathy - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 153

1. Walking Down Madison - Kirsty MacColl Buy From iTunes
2. Mr. Politician - thatwasthen Buy From iTunes
3. Get Up, Stand Up (live) - Bob Marley and the Wailers Buy From iTunes
4. Eyes On The Prize - Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Session Band Buy From iTunes
5. Joe Hill (live) - Joan Baez Buy From iTunes*
6. Tea For The Tillerman (live) - Cat Stevens Buy From iTunes
7. This Is Why We Fight - The Decemberists Buy From iTunes
8. Uberlin - R.E.M.
9. That's Alright Mama - Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan
10. Shine A Light (early) - The Rolling Stones w/ Leon Russell Buy From iTunes*
11. The Queen Is Dead (unedited) - The Smiths Buy From iTunes*
12. Separator - Radiohead Buy From iTunes
13. Half Light (Pt. 1 & 2-No Celebration) - Arcade Fire Buy From iTunes
14. Phasors On Stun - FM
15. Burning Bar - Tangerine Dream
16. Peter Gunn (live) - Jeff Beck w/ Jason Rebello & Trombone Shorty Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
A collective suizo deluxe bargain . . .
Accept No Substitute

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Bill Donnelly says:
03/01/2011

I was expecting at least one song from Sabotage after my performance this week..

Great choices...

Is there a Canucks-Canadians game this week or Flames-Oilers?

Andrew Pandaleon says:
03/01/2011

love seeing a band or two I've never heard of before. thatwasthen was really good! any other good songs by them?

Perry responds:

The serendipity/coincidence/enthusiasm of this is just so gosh darn amazing . . .

Nicky P says:
03/01/2011

Thanks for the shout out, Perry! You kick ass brother. Nicky P from thatwasthen

Mike Schlosser says:
03/02/2011

"music from north of the border" and a Cheezehead. What a great tribute to the Packers and their SUPERBOWL WIN!!! The BEARS were a home team, they watched from home. but what a great day for Packer Fans!!! Thanks for the tribute!!! Mike S

Perry responds:
You're on shaky ground here Mike. Very shaky . . .
:-)

p

edgar moore says:
03/05/2011

is there a compilation of Filmore West recordings somwhere?

Perry responds:

Your best bet would be to check out the streams at http://www.wolfgangsvault.com

Bill Graham site with tons of Filmore shows to stream, and some to purchase as downloads . . .

edgar says:
03/10/2011

thanx Perry found a couple that I think I was at while stationed at Ft Ord. Memory a little foggy from them daze

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Vol. 152 | 02.15.2011

Charlie's Book Club

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NEW FOR FEBRUARY 15, 2011
Membership encouraged . . .

Charlie's Book Club - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 152

1. Helter Skelter (live) - Hsker D
2. Public Image (live) - Pearl Jam Buy From iTunes
3. Driver 8 (live) - R.E.M. Buy From iTunes
4. Downed (Albini) - Cheap Trick Buy From iTunes*
5. Too Late Tomorrow - Papa Satch
6. Tattoo (live) - The Who Buy From iTunes
7. Brother - Simon Campbell and The Very Very Bad Men
8. Ebb Away / Somewhere Over The Double Rainbow - . . . And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of The Dead Buy From iTunes
9. Bitches Brew (live) - Miles Davis w/ Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette et al Buy From iTunes)
10. San Jacinto (live) - Peter Gabriel Buy From iTunes*
11. Nothing Is Easy (live) - Jethro Tull Buy From iTunes
12. Liquor Store - The Easton Ellises
13. Ruin Lives Together - Nude Buy From iTunes
14. Rush - Depeche Mode Buy From iTunes
15. I'm Down (live) - Yes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Where the books check in, but never check out . . .
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Stefan Tomlinson,Angus,Scotland. says:
02/16/2011

Nice one again Perry,......wot no "Snowblind" by Ozzy?

Todd Kane says:
02/21/2011

Great songs!!

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Vol. 151 | 02.01.2011

Peer Amid Rage

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NEW FOR FEBRUARY 1, 2011
Rage and upheaval against the dictators of ordinary music . . .

Peer Amid Rage - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 151

1. Friends Of Mr. Cairo - Jon Anderson and Vangelis
2. Killing In The Name Of - Rage Against The Machine Buy From iTunes
3. The Sahara Of Snow (live) - U.K. Buy From iTunes*
4. Eastern Intrigue / Initiation - Todd Rundgren Buy From iTunes
5. Please Accept My Love - Gregg Allman Buy From iTunes
6. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (live) - The Allman Brothers Band w/ Randy Brecker, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White
7. Walk With An Erection - Swinging Erudites

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
A musical oasis, in a desert of snow . . .
Accept No Substitute

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Bill Donnelly says:
02/01/2011

Is it wrong to suggest that you SHOULD BE left alone? Glad to see you stopped the FIVE SONG podcast and went all the way to SEVEN...Vangelis to Rage to Bruford to Todd: CHECKMATE!
Thanks again Perry

Rick from NY says:
02/01/2011

What??? No Steve Martin??? Guess it would undermine the seriousness of Swinging Erudites . . .

Perry responds:
Both "King Tut" and "Walk Like an Egyptian" would have been expected and predictable (and thus ridiculed by Bob D.)
Swinging Erudites?
Now that is left of the dial . . .

Shawn says:
02/03/2011

On Sahara of Snow, Does Alan Holdsworth channel Robert Fripp? I think Bruford was in both bands, yes? ...And Yes?

Perry responds:
All correct Shawn. After leaving Yes, Bruford joined forces with Robert Fripp for King Crimson "Mach III." After the last hurrah of that band (Red,) John Wetton and Bruford teamed up with ex Roxy/Zappa keyboard/violinist Eddie Jobson, and ex Gong/Soft Parade guitarist Allan Holdsworth to form the prog supergroup U.K.
As i mentioned, "Sahara Of Snow" was a staple of the U.K. live show, destined for their second record. But with the disintegration of egos, and the exodus of Bruford and Holdsworth, "Sahara of Snow" ended up on the Bruford solo record "One Of A Kind" with Holdsworth once again on guitar.
Holdsworth was not replaced in U.K. and ex Zappa drummer Terry Bozzio took over on drums. That band released "Danger Money" followed by a live album and U.K members dispersed into a number of bands including Jethro Tull, Asia, Missing Persons and solo projects . . .

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Vol. 150 | 01.15.2011

No Illusions - Rick's Picks 2010

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NEW FOR JANUARY 15, 2011

For the fifth time, Rick From New York has wrangled the controls of BRYHNH to compile the best tracks from all the episodes from 2010 into the annual Rick's Picks year in review.
And for the fifth year, Rick has nailed it.
And this year, without drama.

He gave me the good list straight off . . .
:-)

Here's what Rick had to say this year:

OK . . . so it wasn't the worst year in the history of the world. As Dave Barry aptly points out,
"There have been MUCH worse years. For example, toward the end of the Cretaceous Period, Earth was struck by an asteroid that wiped out about 75 percent of all of the species on the planet. "
. . . that year was worse.
But even a cursory overview of the events of 2010, however, makes for some unsettling reading. Without even touching on Politics and World Affairs, which have been "year-ended" to death (and are SUPER DEPRESSING!), let's just take Pop Culture for instance . . .
Television- The Returning Champion of the Vapid Wasteland.
People, there is nothing on . . . don't debate me on this, just put down the clicker and go outside or something.
Books- Jonathan Franzen's "Freedom."
The most beloved (see Oprah) book of the year turns out to be about...Nothing.
Film- (Coen Bros., special category . . . doesn't count.)
Otherwise, Oscar Buzz is furiously buzzing for Buzz Lightyear 3-3D, with the runner-up being a movie about a rich, white Royal Guy who overcomes a speech impediment (Oh, the Humanity!).
Music-
There is always great music being produced year after year, but what rises to the top is rarely the cream. Witness Taylor Swift and Susan Boyle.
WWW-
I'm sure there are marvelous things being done on the Internet, but it's hard to imagine that they are happening on Facebook or Twitter.
"OMG . . .had awesome Tex-Mex, headed for the toilet now...I'm just sayin'"
And what do you suppose all the massively high-tech computing resources and uber-smart people of Google have enabled us to access through their amazing search engine as the top searches of 2010? Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Chatroulette.
However . . .
Standing in stark contrast, BRYHNH listeners had a fabulous year, with a smokin' new website, BRYHNH Merchandise and the unflagging attention to detail provided by Mr. Bax and the boys that we have all come to expect . I'll tell you, it sure gives me something to look forward to in 2011 . . .
Hell, I might even buy a T-Shirt . . .

Rick From New York

And without further ado. I proudly present to you:

No Illusions - Rick's Pix 2010 - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 150


1. National Ransom - Elvis Costello Buy From iTunes
2. Burn It Down - Los Lobos Buy From iTunes
3. Oil and Water - Incubus Buy From iTunes
4. First Flash Of Freedom - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Buy From iTunes
5. Route 66 - Depeche Mode Buy From iTunes
6. You Wanted A Hit - LCD Soundsystem Buy From iTunes
7. What Have I Done To Deserve This? - Pet Shop Boys w/ Dusty Springfield Buy From iTunes*
8. Sprawl II - Arcade Fire Buy From iTunes
9. Thirteen - Big Star Buy From iTunes
10. Money Shuffle (acoustic demo) - Richard Thompson Buy From iTunes*
11. Local Girls (live) - Graham Parker Buy From iTunes*
12. Seed In The Ground - Jason Spooner Buy From iTunes
13. Watching The Wheels (demo) - John Lennon Buy From iTunes
14. A Hard Days Night (take 7) - The Beatles Buy From iTunes*
15. Time Won't Let Me - The Smithereens Buy From iTunes
16. Moonlight Mile - Alvin Youngblood Hart Buy From iTunes


The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Giving new meaning to "reload . . ."
Accept No Substitute.

*Podcast version not available at iTunes; link will take you to an alternate version of the track

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Bill Donnelly says:
01/15/2011

The week was difficult, 22" of snow in CT Wednesday piled on top of the 17" day after Christmas and a "sprinkling" of 6" in between. Canceled flights reducing two days work...into one and another canceled flight with connections and middle seats...But It's the 15th PODCAST Time and with Perry recovering from the 'Delirium' of the last show...Rick has graciously delivered another classic...Gentlemen I humbly,thank you. Rick I have t-shirt I need to order the BRYHNH hat !

John Carson says:
01/18/2011

OH YES! Rick has again hit the nail squarely on the head, seating it flush with the grain! But then, I wouldn't expect anything less from Rick! Good job and great picks, Rick!

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Vol. 149 | 01.01.2011

All Ones

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Vol. 149 | 01.01.2011

All Ones

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NEW FOR JANUARY 1, 2011
I was left home alone for a week.
This is what happens . . .

All Ones - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 149

1. Auld Lang Syne - B.B. King Buy From iTunes
2. Yellow Snow Suite (live) - Frank Zappa & The Mothers
3. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (live) - The Allman Brothers w/ Eric Clapton Buy From iTunes*
4. The Waiting Room / Anyway/ Supernatural Anaesthetist / The Lamia / Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats (live) - Genesis
5. The Gates Of Delirium (alt) - Yes Buy From iTunes

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard.
Lifting a cold one, to one and all . . .
Accept No Substitute

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Terri Farrar says:
01/01/2011

Excellent Auld Lang Syne!

Kostas from Greece says:
01/01/2011

Happy New Year to you Perry and all of your devoted listeners.

Very ingenuitive podcast title by the way!

Bill Donnellly says:
01/01/2011

I cheated and read the list...before listening...But this is just OUT Freaking STANDING

Mike Schlosser says:
01/01/2011

Perry,
Happy New Year!!!
Thanks for all you do!!! I look forward to each 1st and 15th for my NEW music. I am on a flight to Denver this morning 1/1/11 and am listening to your latest creation...
don't eat yellow snow...Great way to start the new year!!!

Stef Tomlinson-Angus,Scotland. says:
01/01/2011

Nice selection for the start of a new year Perry,
A happy new year to you,your family and all your regular listeners.

Jon Sibol says:
01/01/2011

Happy New Year Perry!
Just finished listening to the new episode... loved it, it's great! That's a cool version of Gates.
Thanks!

Tony Frazzitta says:
01/08/2011

Hi Perry, Happy New Year from italy.
Great song selection!

Malcolm says:
01/14/2011

Hi Perry,
A very happy new year to you,your family and all out there who listen to the show.
all the best
Malcolm,
Edinburgh Scotland
ps my boy's still singing Floyd songs

Jumbo says:
01/18/2011

Podcasts are really great, can you throw in some rude guest next time, I cant find it anywhere but here.

Perry responds:
Noted. Always happy to play Rude Guest . . . .

Chris K. (Los Angeles) says:
03/25/2011

Perry: That ABB with Clapton at the Beacon smokes. Was that the first night (March 19, 2009) or the second night (March 20, 2009)?

Perry responds:

Chris, it's from 3.20.09 . . .

p

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  • Hi Perry
     
    Thanks for introducing me to music I have never come across before in my 52 years. I am now hooked on King Crimson especially 'The Court of the Crimson King'. They are even an English band! Although I have a soft spot for Pink Floyd and they have similarities.
    Keep up the good work and hi to Vinnie, Paulie & Cuco
    Best Wishes from the UK.
  • Perry Bax is your highly knowledgeable tour guide on this more than magical mystery tour of music. BRYHNH combines best of new, old, live, obscure, covers, one offs and just plain interesting music. You will hear the music you may know and want to hear, but you will also hear music you NEED to hear! The shows have great themes, great schemes and outstanding tunes from the best musicians in the genre. Truly the Best Radio You Have Never Heard! ENJOY!
  • Every episode provides deep cuts and rare performances of great rock music, including progressive rock. 
    Love it.
  • the title says it all... it's true..the best radio you have never heard
  • The best rock music podcast I have ever heard !
  • It is what it says on the tin ... the best radio  . . .
  • Imagine being able to hear great new bands with sounds and styles you believed were not available anymore. Envision hearing new versions of your old favorites you thought never existed. Visualize your host, a musical Sherpa, capable of guiding you up the ridges of the musical back stories climbing the canyons of sounds to the heights of that epic classic and finding nuances you never picked up or heard before. It's time to sign up & tell your pals to listen. Do it now!
  • Beware. 
    This stuff is addictive. And educational. And full of surprises. Music you know so well but have never heard *that* version before. This is the place to be to broaden your ears. I'm quite a newbie here but addicted already.
  • I found BRYHNH a few years ago and it's become one of my favorite addictions. Perry has a unique gift for conveying the times or just great music.I often stay up late to catch the latest podcast and I am certain if you try it you to will become a fan. I have filled my iPod with many episodes and I can listen to great music for days without repeats :-)
  • I'm a newbie to the site as well. I love hearing versions of songs that I've never heard before. I continue to recommend it others.
  • Deep cuts, rare cuts, little talk, free, what's not to like about this show?
  • Been listening for 11, or 12 years now. There's nothing else like it. I mean where else are you going to hear Mike Tyson sing the " Girl from Ipanema" ???
  • In a sea of free, I'd feel so guilty if I didn't support this show. I have recommended and ripped so many shows for friends to the point of having a library of the best ones on the network at work. BRYHNH is the shizzle.
  • I have honestly found so many new artists that I'd never have experienced before if it wasn't for Perry's broadcast. Fantastic stuff!
  • This podcast is the best, just like it says in the title. If you love prog with rock, blues and any other genre of music thrown in for good measure then this is for you. Listening tip: don't check the playlist until AFTER you've listened to the whole episode. It's a constant joy (well, twice a month anyway) to be surprised and illuminated by the mix of music hitting your eardrums. Wonderful!!!!
  • Great music ... always something new for me!! I really like the confluence of music by the artists.
  • I just discovered this podcast but I am hooked.Great selection of tunes. I will be back next month( And the next...)
  • This podcast is fun. I appreciate the hard work that goes into selecting songs from various artists, some familiar and others not so familiar. What makes this podcast stand out from the others is the ability of the curator to develop quite interesting episodes without getting stale. Thank you Perry Bax.
  • The best of the best music, with previously unheard versions of classic tracks, great new songs, and introducing me to previously unknown artists... Can I only give 5 stars? Damn, doesn't seem anywhere near enough!
  • Always look forward to the next mix of great tunes.
  • I've discovered a lot of great music on this, great to listen to while you are doing stuff!
  • Flawless production, music you have heard, and music you missed. An outstanding amalgam of stories and music news. Well Done.
  • New interesting versions of classics, great mix of artists/genres. Love it !
  • The music I have never heard. The music I loved growing up. Perry's information about the band. The Quality. It's all there !
  • 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.
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    5 star ratings.
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    Informative, sometimes funny and always great to listen to. 
    What are you waiting for?!!!
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    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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