Monday, June 28, 2004

Now that the most recent Three Inches of Rain has fallen(over the last 65 minutes!),I've finally got a New Playlist up on the olio!
There's tons of new music,including: A Perfect Circle - Artie Shaw & his Orchestra - B Ton - Barrel-house Pete (Art Gillham) - Big Bill Morganfield - Buckwheat Zydeco - Charles Brown - Cloudded - Coldcut - Crossbreed - Danny & The Juniors - Dead Meadow - Delbert McClinton - Doc Watson, Earl Scruggs & Ricky Skaggs w/ Alison Krauss - George Harrison - Gomez - Herb Albert & The Tijuana Brass - I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness - Ima Robot - INXS - Jay Farrar - Jimmie Dale Gilmore - Johnny Cash - Lisa Loeb And Elizabeth Mitchell - Massive Attack - Memphis Minnie - Mike Nesmith - Mission of Burma - Mocean Worker - Murray Kellum & The Rythum Four - My Bloody Valentine - Night Riders (no kin to David Hasslehoff) - Paul McCartney - Prong - Reinald Werrenrath - Ron Carter - Roy Hamilton - Samuel L.Jackson - Seachange - Simply Red - Sinead O'Connor - Skip James - Spacehog - Starsailor - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Stevie Wonder - Sugarcult - Sunride - Surface - Susan Tedeschi - Taj Mahal - The B-52s - The Band - The Birmingham Sunlights - The Byrds (lead vocal-Gram Parsons) - The Cooters - The Fleetwoods - The Laddins - The Psychedelic Furs - The Rapture - The Sound Providers - They Walk Among Us - Tindersticks - Toots and the Maytals - Transcendence - Don Byron - Varnaline - Wynton Marsalis Quartet - & Yo La Tengo. WhOOt! Also,more Cud,Dr. John,Sergei Rachmaninov (classy!),the Steves (Steve Earle & Steve Winwood...separately!),The Beatles,& Van Morrison.

Here at cj's radio olio - it's all pop!
Love & Peace.

Saturday, June 26, 2004

Welcome to a Newcomer to the olio family...the olio area events calendar!
This webpage will show up and coming events in the olio's locale. Check it out if you live in the East Mississippi/West Alabama area...and if you don't,check it out's always fun to find out more about another part of the world!
Love & Peace.

Monday, June 21, 2004

Time for More Music & More Merriment here at the olio! Yep,luvvers,it's a new playlist.
The newbies this week are: 63 Crayons - A Perfect Circle - Bobbie Gentry - Buckwheat Zydeco - Carnations - Cud - David Bowie - Diana Ross - Dr.John - Earlimart - Flaco Jimenez - Frankie Ford - Gimbo - Go Kart Go - Gordon Lightfoot - Guy Clark - Joe Cocker and the Grease Band - Johnny Burnette - June Carter Cash - Lulu - Patsy Cline - Reverend Horton Heat - Roger Daltry - RZA - Spike Jones and His City Slickers - Steve Earle - Steve Winwood - The Blasters - The Crystal Method - The Early November - The Kinks - The Mad Capsule Markets - The New York Dolls - The Sweet - Van and Schenck - VCR ,& Volcano,I'm Still Excited. Also,more of The American Breed & The Monkees!
cj's radio olio - it's all pop!
Love & Peace.

Monday, June 14, 2004

Things sometimes happen faster than planned...
The NEW cj's radio olio is on the air! The new part is that the olio is availible to Listeners on BOTH dial-up and broadband! What has not changed is the wide variety of music and entertainment the olio offers 24/7 throughout the world via

As befits a new beginning,a new playlist is streaming away. Many favorites have been joined by some new tracks to your ears. As always,enjoy cj's radio olio,where it's all pop!
Love & Peace.

Sunday, June 13, 2004

My Friends-
cj's radio olio will be experiencing a 'course correction' in the next week. Due to financial issues,I will be dropping from the P500 Broadcasting package back to the I100. I want to make clear this has NOTHING to do with the changes in package costs on June 23. My current package runs through June 22,so the timing actually is beneficial. I know what the Landscape is for the near future.

Because of the drop in storage,I will be moving from 64/44/stereo mp3pro to 24/22/mono mp3. Yikes!! However,since I'll probably be sliding from cable to dial-up at the end of the month,this assures that I can listen to my own station! This is the best compromise between storage & audio quality for my station,since I'll need the largest number of files in order to continue the format I've made so infamous.

Yep,there'll be some tweaks here & there,but the essentials will remain. Tracks will be rarely over the 4-minute mark,but they will still come from the last 100+ years of our lives. The point I was making when I started over 2 years ago was that "It's all the Same-It's all Music". Despite occasional twists & turns,that's continued to be,& will continue to be the purpose of the olio. And,at times,confusion & bewilderment will reign. That's a big part of the fun,isn't it?

So,(if I haven't farked things up too badly the last week in preparation) the olio will survive. The only thing that changes is the slogan (& the Cafe Press schwag). Now,there is a slogan:
cj's radio olio - it's all pop!

Thank you all for your kindnesses towards somebody who you've never met but have treated like a good friend. You're stuck with me for a while any thick-sliced bologna??
Love & Peace,Clarence

Saturday, June 12, 2004

The shop at cj's radio olio has been remodeled! Now there's a wider selection of schwag than ever before. New designs and new products,but the same purpose: helping keep the olio on the air and keeping you looking good. Check out the shop at cj's radio olio now!
Love & Peace.

Tuesday, June 8, 2004

Week three of the Great Listening Bash! Everybody listen all week to Rusty Metal Radio! If you wanna let him know what you think,email or PIM is cool. But,the main thing is to let these broadcasters know that there ARE listeners out there,& to let you listeners know about the astounding breadth of stations at Live365!
Love & Peace.
Some things never change.
However,here at cj's radio olio the Playlist is not in that catagory! This week's playlist adds for your Dining and Dancing Pleasure these artistes: Braces Tower - Carpettes - Chenard Walcker - the Creed Taylor Orchestra - Dan Belloc & his Orchestra - Dsico (yes,that's spelt right!) - the Fontaine Toups - Guido Gialdini - Kenyon Hopkins - Moder - Mr.Downstairs - Myron Floren ("Get down,get funky...") - Sammy Davis,Jr. - Sophia - The Dixie Flyers - The Fridge Magnets - The Hebrew Muppets - & The Mystic Eyes. Also,The Beatles in German,& hip hepcat 60s station i.d.s.
Love & Peace.

Tuesday, June 1, 2004

Week two of the Great Listening Bash! Everybody listen all week to Arkham Radio
& freak out arkhamradio hisself! If you wanna let him know what you think,email or PIM is cool. But,the main thing is to let these broadcasters know that there ARE listeners out there,& to let you listeners know about the astounding breadth of stations here at Live365!
Love & Peace.
Jessica Simpson!!!
has nothing to do with the new playlist at cj's radio olio. Although I sure would like one of those 4-way pizzas...
Slipping into the olio's sounds are Broke Revue - Dread Zeppelin - my Homeboy Jimmie Rodgers - Left Banke - Lou Rawls (selling detergent?!?) - Maurice Chevalier - Michael Berk - Pretty Things (Yay!!) - Roger McGuinn - Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra - Shop Assistants - Syd Barrett - The Coral - The Magic Mushrooms - The Mosquitos - The Squirrels (hey,it's Summer up here!) - The Troggs - & Three Dog Night. Plus,new stuff from playlist dwellers 101 Strings - Patti Smith - & The Thermals. And to top it off,a taste of pre-Idi Amin Uganda with some Royal Court Music! Enjoy!
Love & Peace.