Thursday, March 23, 2006

Hey Kids! Know what time it is? Yep, it's time for this month's CJ's Radio Olio Top 25. That's the top 25 tracks (26 this month due to ties) as rated by You, the Listeners to the Olio. Here's where you can find it: The Olio Top 25.
This time around there's only one repeater from last month (Skillet Lickers), and a few new tracks (including Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Du-Droppers, and Harry Nilsson). There's the usual wide range of Extreme Freeform glory: from Mississippi Sarah & Daddy Stovepipe to Chuck D, and from Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge (acapella) to Hoyt Curtin and his Orchestra with the theme to 'The Jetsons', you show an enjoyment and appreciation for the variety of CJ's Radio Olio.
Remember, all you have to do to participate is to listen to the Olio and rate the tracks as you hear them. I do not rate Anything. You determine the Top 25 every thirty days. So Thanks! for listening to Real.Extreme.Freeform. on CJ's Radio Olio.
Love and Peace, Clarence

Friday, March 10, 2006

Before the day gets away from me completely...
Happy 80th Birthday Dad!!
Happy 60th Anniversary Mom and Dad!!!
(aren't they the cutest couple...)
Love & Peace, Clarence

Wednesday, March 8, 2006

CJ's Radio Olio is going Mainstream...naaaahh. Although you may recognize more names than usual, the new playlist on the Olio is still packed with surprises and plenty of "Wow! Who was that?" moments.
And what Artistes have been added to the great selection of music and stuff this time, you might ask. Well, how about Badfinger - Belle and Sebastian - Benny Goodman Quintet - Cagey House - Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Dave Brubeck Quartet - Delbert McClinton - Dolly Parton - Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Elodie - Elvis Presley - Extreme Noise Terror - Frank Sinatra - Grand Funk Railroad - Harry Nilsson - His Name is Alive - Jack Jackson and his Orchestra - James Wayne - Joni Mitchell - Laura Nyro - Lena Horne and Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra - Leon Chappel - Louis Prima and His Orchestra - Maki - Marcia Ball - Marie Rappold - Martin Luther Lennon - Michael Nesmith - Milton Brown and his Musical Brownies - Mogwai - Peggy Lee with Les Paul - Prairie Ramblers with Patsy Montana - Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers - Radiohead - Roy Newman and His Boys - Temple City - The Apparitions - The Du-Droppers - The Jesters - The Monkees - The Only Ones - The Posies - The Velvet Underground - Todd Rundgren - Tommy Rhodes and J.D.Allen - Tweaker - and Wonderboy.
Love and Peace, Clarence