WPKN Archives: Radio Base Camp- Deep Tracks 1960's LP's | October 2018

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Show:
Radio Base Camp hosted by Steve di Costanzo

Original Aired:
Tuesday, October 30th, 2018
7:02AM to 8:57AM

Duration:
1 hour, 55 minutes

Posted:
Tuesday, October 30th, 2018 7:00AM

Tags:
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Episode: Radio Base Camp- Deep Tracks 1960's LP's | October 2018

 WPKN 89.5-FM Bridgeport

Independent Community Radio

 

Radio Base Camp with Steve di Costanzo

 

 

7:00am

Radio Base Camp “Radio Base Camp Theme”
from It's Hard To Be Smart

7:03am

Wynder K. Frog “Jumpin' Jack Flash”
from Out of the Frying Pan (Universal/Island)

 

7:12am

Cartoone “Knick Knack Man”
from Cartoone (Rhino Atlantic)

7:16am

Morning Glory “Jelly Gas Flame”
from Two Suns Worth (Glass Ark Music)

7:24am

Mint Tattoo “Sister Bleu”
from Mint Tattoo (Akarma)

7:36am

Blue Mink “Gidda Wadda Wobbie”
from Good Morning Freedom: The Anthology (Trojan Records)

 

7:40am

A Higher Elevation “The Diamond Mine”
from Pebbles Vol. 3- The Acid Gallery

7:43am

H. P. Lovecraft - Remastered “Mobius Trip”
from H. P. Lovecraft (TTW)

7:45am

Hilton Valentine “Girl From Allemagne”
from All in Your Head (Parlophone UK)

7:48am

Love “i'm with you”
from Four Sail (Rhino/Elektra www.rhino.com/)

 

7:54am

Family “Hey Mr Policeman”
from Music In a Doll's House (1968)

7:57am

The Glass Family “House of Glass”
from Electric Band (ODL)

 

8:00am

Gordon Alexander “Thinking In Indian Again”
from Gordon's Buster - Remastered (1968)

8:03am

The Fool “Keep on Pushin'”
from Psychedelic Folk Essentials (Purple Pyramid Records)

8:09am

The Insect Trust “Miss Fun City”
from The Insect Trust (ODL)

8:14am

Quatrain “rollin”
from Quatrain (Sundazed Music https://sundazed.com/)

8:18am

Crabby Appleton “the other side”
from Crabby Appleton (Elektra 1970)

8:23am

Ars Nova “Song to the City”
from Ars Nova LP ALBUM (Rhino Atlantic)

8:26am

The Candymen “Stormy Monday blues”
from The Candymen (Geffen)

 

8:31am

John Kay and The Sparrow “Twisted”
from Born To Be Wild

8:34am

The Collectors “She (Will-O-The-Wind)”
from The Collectors (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1967)

 

8:42am

Daughters of Albion “John Flip Lockup”
from Daughters of Albion (TTW)

Show: Radio Base Camp hosted by Steve di Costanzo

  • Radio Base Camp hosted by Steve di Costanzo is NOW heard every Tuesday morning from 7am to 9am

 My friend Howard Thompson is doing his show 'pure' on 1st & 3rd  Fridays as I've shifted during the day to being the GM of WPKN. . Just bear in mind that the last Friday of the month is reserved for Chris Frantz and his show- "Chris Frantz the Talking Head"

 

  • I have given up my late night show Radio Base Camp-Late Night on the 2nd & 4th Monday nights from 11:00pm to 2:00am. Because of my new weekly morning music show.  See seperate related episodes

 

  • RADIO BASE CAMP focuses on the newest indie rock, 60s beat-punk,psych, garage-fuzz, surf, 70s punk, 60s greasy soul & r'n'b shakers, 50s R&R, exotica, afrobeat, jamaican ska/rocksteady and beyond We play deep tracks and unpolished gems, songs you may remember and ones you might not have heard, along with demos, rarities, alternative takes and all kinds of great music that doesn't get played that often.  We also feature new music by current bands, many of whom are influenced by the 60's (and beyond). We do live and telephone interviews with musicians, producers, and chroniclers of an era spanning from the 1950's to present day. We aim to highlight and focus on music with great song writing, sounds and production, having a lot of fun in the process...

 

  • a little history....RADIO BASE CAMP is a radio show that I started in 2007 on live365.com internet radio.  It became a weekly WPKN  "overnight" in early 2008  from Sunday into Monday for two years before moving to Friday afternoons  in September 2009 with my part-time co-host, Eric Cocks.  In early 2010,  I decided to focus on my own programming and me and Eric reconfigured our weekly radio show into two seperate and distinct shows: Radio Base Camp with hosted Steve di Costanzo and Connections ...With Eric Cocks.  Starting July 1, 2012 I became the paid GM of WPKN and phased out my "working hours" show.  I now can be heard every Tuesday morning from 7am to 9am.

 Radio Base Campt is hosted by Steve di Costanzo 

Contact :  Radio Base Camp FACEBOOK Fan Page:  

For information, questions or to get on our email list:  radiobasecamp@gmail.com

Interviews/Special Shows on RADIO BASE CAMP available on archives:

  • Bill Lincoln from U.S. duo EUPHORIA whose sole album has been called "one of the most important ever"
  • Barry Tashian from The Remains with Fred Cantor producer of "America's Lost Band"
  • MELANIE the noted singer-songwriter  (Steve di Costanzo)
  • Andy Bracken from Fruits de Mer Records in London & Virginia  (Steve)
  • Ron Sanchez from Donovan's Brain, Career Records and KGLT in Bozeman, NT   (Steve)
  • Felix Cavaliere from The Rascals (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Tommy James from Tommy James and the Shondells
  • Carol Kaye (noted session player)   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Singer and songwriter Sam Phillips  (interviewd by Eric Cocks)
  • Andrew Sandoval from Rhino Records  (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Merrell Fankhauser from HMS Bounty and Farkopady   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Singer-Songwriter Don Cooper  (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Sky Saxon from The Seeds   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Peppy Castro from The Blues Magoos   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Johnny Echols from Love   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Richie Unterberger (noted Rock author and reviewer)   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)
  • Tom Moon (1,000 Recordings...) (Steve di Costanzo
  • Mark Naftalin (Butterfield Blues Band-special DJ Show)
  • Rusty Ford (Lothar and the Hand People)  (Steve)
  • Hilton Valentine from The Animals  (special program with Germaine)
  • James Lowe and Mark Tulin from The Electric Prunes   (Steve di Costanzo & Eric Cocks)

and many more....

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