Both the below posts are wrong as it turns out, Rex Doane’s show w/my interview is running today (8-9-08) @ 1 -3 PM, followed up by our old pal, the legendary Danny Fields who’ll be on from 3-6 PM (my old “hangover” slot).
Pardon all the typos in the above post, and the mistakes. Anyway, I pre-taped the interview w/Rex Doane for WFMU’s salute to me which is part of their 50th Anniversary /Radio Greats weekend. It runs Saturday, Aug. 9th @ 2 -4 PM (91.1 FM in the NYC area, and streaming on www.wfmu.org). He’s running some old show clips also including one of my favorites with Nitro Nick Tosches as guest. There’s tons of old Hound airchecks @ www.thehound.net you can check out for yourself as well as podcasts of the same. More coming as webmiester Brian Redman’s plan is to eventually post every show in which a tape can be found. That’s a lot of shows as I was on from 1985-1997. As far as doing new podcasts I’m still thinking about it. I’m hoping to be able to get this page more together and even post some tunes here so keep an eye on this site.
On Aug. 8 on Rex Doane’s show (not sure of the time, check the schedule on www. WFMU.Org) Rex will be doing some sort of triubute to Jim “The Hound” Marshall who (errr..me) who did the hangover slot (Sat. 3-6 PM) for years (tons of airchecks here: www.thehound.net). I’m going to pre-tape an interview w/Rex and I think he’s going to run some old airchecks. It’s been eleven years since my last show but it seems like more and more people ask me when I’m coming back. I’ve been thinking about doing a podcast (although there’s podcasts available at the aforementioned aircheck despository). I mean is there an audience for a Hound podcast? Does anyone listen to those things? I’ve downloaded my own shows but still haven’t listened to them. I think the nature of the Ipod itself lends it to me usually set at shuffle. No everyone is their own WFMU. I’m no different, at last check I had about 14,000 tunes on mine. I doubt I have a long enough life span to listen to them all but the shuffle setting does lend itself to reminding you of great tunes I’d never might never have pulled of the shelves and onto the turntable. Two that really killed me this week that popped up at random are Al Ferrier’s “I’m The Man” (Excello), the flip side of “Hey Baby” it’s the ultimate rockabilly swagger. About a quarter of the greatest rockabilly records ever made are guys tellin’ the world how cool they are. The other song that stopped me dead in my tracks was Percy Mayfield’s “The Voice Within” (Specialty). Talk about forlorn.
Coming in April. The Hound Blog. Mental ramblings from James “The Hound” Marshall former WFMU DJ (many shows are archived @ www.thehound.net ), former High Times columnist, bar owner, etc. etc. Re-prints of old articles written for dozens of magazines and newspapers, photos, etc. Currently wandering in Europe…