Monday, December 31, 2007

New Clear Days!

Here's to New Clear Days! And here's a little sneak preview to some of what we've got on deck for the HMK Mystery Stream in 2008.

Remember the Vapors? Turning Japanese! I Think I'm turning Japanese! Well, here's one off of the same album, New Clear Days, the brilliant opening track, a perfect little pop ditty from my senior year at Madison High School way back in 1980. Spring Collection.

And trust me on this one, you will absolutely totally love this incredible jazz number. Dig the 8 minute and 47 seconds worth of pure audio bliss: Stolen Moments from Mr. Oliver Nelson's 1961 The Blues And The Abstract Truth album. Goes perfect with a coffee and/or a cocktail. The wife and I will start the first day of our New Year 2008 with Stolen Moments as part of our soundtrack...


Have yourself a Happy New Year!

All the Best,

Cheers & Stay warm!


Thursday, December 20, 2007

A Holly Jolly Mystery Stream

Let it snow, grab a glass of Christmas Cheer and enjoy: A Holly Jolly Mystery Stream.

Happy Holidays - Make It Louder and Stay Tuned Y'all!



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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Christmas Time 2007

Here's one of my all time favorite Christmas tunes from one of my talented buds Hector Saldana. It's an updated version of the original 1980 release. Krayola front man Hector Saldana wrote "Christmas Time" back in 1979 for his baby son's first Christmas. The Krayloas recorded "Christmas Time" at Charlie Bickley Studio in Houston, Texas in 1980, and it was rushed out as 45 r.p.m. vinyl single after John Lennon was murdered that December as a tribute to the band's favorite Beatle.

You can also check out the original "Christmas Time" music video that debuted nationally on ABC-TV's "America Rocks" in 1982 over at The Krayloas website.

Enjoy and Merry Kringle!


Saturday, December 15, 2007


Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for anyone that still likes to shake it?

That's Right. The latest Los #3 Dinners cd is finally out. Here's to everyone safely making it home from all the upcoming Christmas parties.

Dig my favorite track from LOUD. We've all been there: I Just Want To Make It Home.

Check'em out live at your favorite dive!

Viva Los #3 Dinners!

Make It Louder...


Friday, December 14, 2007

HMK Mystery Stream Episode: 051 Organtica Bulk

Organtica Bulk Episode: 051.

Please Call 206-203-4941 if you want to leave your own audio segue to be considered for inclusion on a future HMK Mystery Stream.

That's: 206-203-4941 - We're Listening...

Have a great weekend!

Make It Louder and Stay Tuned Y'all!


Thursday, December 13, 2007

Captain Santa Claus and His Reindeer Space Patrol

Bobby Helms released his hit song “Jingle Bell Rock,” during Christmas 1957 and it reappeared again on the charts four of the following five years, becoming a Christmas classic in the process.

The B-Side was a less popular song called Captain Santa Claus and His Reindeer Space Patrol. Dig the low budget rocket sound effects!

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Perfect Chill!

When I hear Incanto's Damor on a soggy day like today it always reminds me of Holland at this time of year.

Ahhh. 51 and drizzly while strolling down Damstraat headed to Stereo Sushi sounds just like This!

Cheers & Stay warm!


Monday, December 03, 2007

This should keep you warm...

This song goes perfect with eggnog or hot chocolate. Crank up the Jimmy Smith!

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Christmas Rewind 2!

Happy Holidays!

Back in 2005 I made it through the entire month of December, each and every day, posting some of my favorite and obscure Christmas gems.

If you missed it, fear not and behold the beauty and power of the blog!

Here's a day by day posting of last December's goodies all on one page - and like most things that prove worth while, you're usually best off starting at the bottom (of the page!)

Enjoy and Happy Christmas!

Take Me Back: Audio Stocking Stuffers!



Friday, November 30, 2007

Well, Turn It Up Man!

Hey man, is that Freedom Rock?

God Bless the USA,


Thursday, November 29, 2007

Episode: 079: Extra Pura Vibes

Welcome to another finger snapping, toe tapping, wine sipping episode of the official HMK Mystery Stream. And now, from the continuing iF: Irregular Frequency series we present: Episode: 079: Extra Pura Vibes.

Have a great weekend!

Make It Louder and Stay Tuned Y'all!


Sunday, November 25, 2007

Having A Lovely Day

Having a nice quiet Sunday afternoon after a long walk with the dogs and enjoying a few of the beers leftover from Friday night's little Tiki bash.. Just finished listening to a cool segment on NPR about paring wine with music.

Here's a little excerpt:

The Doors may seem like an unusual musical choice for a wine bar. If Cabernet dominates the tasting list, however, the sommelier would do well to play some of the group's angriest songs — at least according to a theory espoused by vintner Clark Smith.

Smith, co-founder of the R.H. Phillips Vineyard and senior enologist at Vinovation, a wine consultation firm, proposes that a wine's taste is dramatically impacted by the music that accompanies it.

Cabernet Sauvignon, for example, is best when paired with "music of darkness" — thanks to the ability of rage-filled songs to smooth out similarly aggressive tannins, Smith's theory holds. An idyllic Mozart composition, on the other hand, works in reverse, potentially ruining a good Cab.

Check out the rest and listen to the piece over here: National Public Radio.

One thing I know for sure is that just about any ice cold beer goes really great with this song...


Saturday, November 24, 2007


Crazy. Out of all the songs to pop up on my iPod this morning I can't believe Bud Hundenski's Coffee Polka just happened to come on.

You see, every coffeecup in the house is in the dishwasher after last night's last minute chili little Tiki Room soiree and as a result I'm drinking my morning coffee out of a ceramic beer stein. Perfect - cheers!

And if you made it all the way through Coffee Polka you deserve a little something special to start your Saturday off right. Dig the Barkay's funky jamming Hole In The Wall from the bitchin' 1965 Soul finger LP, one of the best instrumental records to come out of Memphis, an awesome party LP by the funky band that sadly went down with Otis Redding in the tragic plane crash in 1968.

Enjoy and stay warm!


Thursday, November 22, 2007

The Krayolas Little Fox Video

The Krayolas "Little Fox" music video pays homage to an obscure 1965 black and white promotional music film of The Who singing "The Kids Are Alright" at Hyde Park in London.

The Krayolas used Woodlawn Lake on San Antonio's West Side as the backdrop for their campy, early morning shoot on Sunday, November 4, 2007. Grammy-winning legend Augie Meyers wrote "Little Fox" in 1967 for his group the Sir Douglas Quintet. That's Meyers' signature syncopated combo organ on The Krayolas track. Hilda Guerrero — mother of lead singer Hector Saldana and drummer David Saldana — wrote the Spanish lyrics for the bilingual party hit.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

iF: Episode: 082 A Synopsis Of Presumed Cause

Dig the latest HMK Mystery Stream, another thought inducing episode from the continuing iF: Irregular Frequency series: Episode: 082 A Synopsis Of Presumed Causes.

Stay Tuned Y'all!


Monday, November 12, 2007

Let's A Go Go!

Dig this groovy little surf ditty from Charlie and His Go-Go Boys 1965 album Twist Shake A Go Go: Let's A Go Go!

In the Sixties, Mainland China was busy with the Cultural Revolution, which branded Rock & Roll as a sign of Western decadence. Nevertheless, the "Beat Wave" hit big in two Chinese territories that remained open to British influence, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The Beatles concert in Hong Kong in 1964 marked the birth of the golden age of the Hong Kong pop scene. As a result a great number of bands appeared from 1964 to 1969.

Check out some of the groovy album covers and complete song samples over at: Tofu Magazine!

Stay Tuned Y'all!


Sunday, November 11, 2007

How To Make The Boss Sound Like Shakespeare

Just for grins, I took the lyrics to Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run and, using BableFish, translated the song from English to French, French to Dutch and then Dutch back to English.

It actually sounds almost as equally poetic as the Boss' original lyrics in a very cool and old world kind of way.

Here's the original lyircs:
Born To Run In English

In the day we sweat it out in the streets of a runaway american dream
At night we ride through mansions of glory in suicide machines
Sprung from cages out on highway 9,
Chrome wheeled, fuel injected and steppin out over the line
Baby this town rips the bones from your back
Its a death trap, its a suicide rap
We gotta get out while were young
`cause tramps like us, baby we were born to run

Wendy let me in I wanna be your friend
I want to guard your dreams and visions
Just wrap your legs round these velvet rims
And strap your hands across my engines
Together we could break this trap
Well run till we drop, baby well never go back
Will you walk with me out on the wire
`cause baby Im just a scared and lonely rider
But I gotta find out how it feels
I want to know if love is wild, girl I want to know if love is real

Beyond the palace hemi-powered drones scream down the boulevard
The girls comb their hair in rearview mirrors
And the boys try to look so hard
The amusement park rises bold and stark
Kids are huddled on the beach in a mist
I wanna die with you wendy on the streets tonight
In an everlasting kiss

The highways jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive
Everybodys out on the run tonight but theres no place left to hide
Together wendy well live with the sadness
Ill love you with all the madness in my soul
Someday girl I dont know when were gonna get to that place
Where we really want to go and well walk in the sun
But till then tramps like us baby we were born to run

And here's Born To Run
(translated from English to French, French to Dutch and then Dutch back to English...)
How To Make The Boss Sound Like Shakespeare

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of emballement the night where we by small castles of celebrity in leaped machines of suicide
of the camps outside on the way 9, the rolled chromium, the fuel which and scooter tenon outside above the line
baby of the cracks of this city is injected, the boneses increase of your back
a its trap of death, is dry and hard battle of suicide we to leave
whereas the young vagrants of cause of were as our, baby have reached we born have become

Wendy to run me within that I your friend have left want be
I want an rims of velvet and attach together your hands by my engines
we could this well of run trap break until we leave out to falls our,
baby never returns the well wants you runs rider boosted with me
on the baby of cause of wire Im an exactly fright and only
but I have obtained to discover how he judges that I want know or love wildly am,
little girl I want know or love where concerning the palate hemi-actionnés
shout the bumblebees in lower parts of the boulevard
are that the little girls haren in mirrors of rearview comb themselves
and the boys try thus hard look
at the increases on the range in a fog
I want with you die Wendy on the streets this evening in eternal baiser

The ways have blocked with the heroes who are break on a last occasional order of power
Everybodys on race, this evening but of theres none place at the left-hand side to hide
When to the well Wendy of phase with the sick love of sadness together
you with the complete madness in my little girl of soul
A day which I not weet to these place will come where we want go really and walk to the sun
Leaps but until to considerable then the baby does not run run we born has become such as us!



Some of My Concert Tickets

Friday, November 09, 2007

Tiki Must Be Stopped!

This is genius!

Kahuna say grande muchas mahalo to foxy wahini HumuHumu.

That's Right,


Sunday, November 04, 2007

Good Clean Fun!

Check out Mamie van "Ana Nicole" Doren's Hey Mama!, a saucy Wanda Jacksonesque out take from the 1959 movie 'Girls Town'.

Thanks to the swell lads over at LinkDump.

And, hey, when was the last time you had an cold beer and cranked up this song?

Make It Louder!


Friday, November 02, 2007

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Absolutely Amazing!

If this doesn't move you, you are not alive!

Simply awesome.


Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Irregular Frequency: If Only Eye...

iF: Sweet Diamond Eyes
Carburetors man, that's what life is all about!

Are you ready for a fresh episode of the HMK Mystery Streams?
Yes! Take me there!
No, and here's why...

Make It Louder!


Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Spooky Sounds

Here are a couple of select tracks form one of my favorite childhood Halloween albums, Spooky Sounds from 1962.

Scare your friends and coworkers with the Spooky Storm, a Spooky Theremin and my favorite, Outer Space Sounds...

Make It Louder!


Monday, October 15, 2007

HMK Mystery Stream: Week 046: Things We Stumble On

It's not what you give and it's not what you've got. It's the Things We Stumble On.

Make It Louder,


Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Runnin' Down A Dream

Here's the preview for the new Tom Petty documentary 'Runnin' Down A Dream" directed by cinema legend Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show). It'll be showing during the closing weekend of the New York Film Festival and it looks pretty badass if you ask me.

There's also a nice little article about it over here: Big Screen Embraces Hot Muse: Rock Stars.

The 3 DVD 1 CD set will be available only at Best Buy beginning October 16th a week from today!

The waiting is the hardest part...


Monday, October 08, 2007

Yeah Yeah Yeah!

Here's a little gem that's sure to make you smile. As you're probably already aware, almost all the live Beatles stuff is pretty sucky at best - with all the screaming fans they could never really hear themselves sing and play and as a result their showmanship actually deteriorated from around 1964-66. But dig this very tight, super nice live version of She Loves You.

This total goose-bump inducing recording is from back in October of 1963. Beatlemania was in full swing in Britain and quickly spreading across Europe and the Fab 4 appeared on "Pop '63", a Swedish radio show and played an awesome set before a very small studio audience. I was barely 2 years old at the time, still living in the UK and although I know it's possible though not very likely, I like to think that my folks had the radio on and this is when I first became a Beatles fan.

It's been said that this seven song set was John Lennon's favorite live recording of The Beatles. I can totally understand why!

Just 2 and a half months after this performance, The Beatles hit New York, rocked the Ed Sullivan Show twice in one week and, well, you know the rest of the story...



Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Bedwetter: Wet Sounds

I can't believe this audio gem is already 10 years old! Diggng it on my birthday today - you rock John, Jason and Collen!



Tiki Bongo: Uh Huh Oh Yeah!

Turn It Up! Uh Huh Oh Yeah!

Make It Louder,


Thursday, September 27, 2007

Are You Ready To Rock?

Hello there ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to rock? This week's episode is a flashback to some of my late seventies rock and roll favorites, so naturally you're gonna want to listen to this loud and perhaps maybe even schedule in a few beers. It's officially fall, the Red Sox are still in the hunt and my birthday is right around the corner so it's time to rock.

Are You Ready To Rock?
Yes! I'm ready to rock! or No. I am not ready to rock...

Make It Louder!


Monday, September 24, 2007

Thank You Cadillac!

Man, I'd forgotten all about Hum's awesome and rocking song Stars. It's from the You'd Prefer An Astronaut lp from 1995 and I just can't get enough of the souring through space guitar sounds on this track!

Thanks to Cadillac, it's featured in the new "Turned On" spots.

Make It Louder!


Friday, September 21, 2007

One Year of Hammond Eggs!

Hammond Eggs #26
Click To Enlarge.

Congratulations to my good buddy Brian Parrish and his groovy Saturday morning Hammond Eggs Show. Celebrating one year on the air over at KSYM, 90.1 in down here in beautiful San Antonio.

Grab a fresh cup of coffee and check it out here, you'll be glad you did!: Hammond Eggs Show!

Above is the cover I did to help celebrate show #26 which features Chinese Checkers by the amazing Booker T & The MGs. And yup, that's me and the man himself, Booker T at this year's SXSW. Booker's one of the nicest and coolest cats I've ever met. Thanks to my bud Shane for the photo.

And how about some Green Onions to go with your fresh Hammond Eggs...

Congrats again Brian, really digging the show man!



Thursday, September 20, 2007

Is This On?

Bon jour and welcome. This is the HMK Mystery Stream Episode 040 - If: Irregular Frequency: Is This On? Well, is it? That's entirely up to you. And just so you know, for some reason this week's episode is a bit more rowdy and louder that our usual stream. Meters were surely peaking during the capture session - lots of red and, as you'll hear, some mixed signals to say the least. We're thinking it must have something to do with those recently detected solar flare-ups and black spots on the sun. Or perhaps it was that interest rate drop. Who knows. Right place, wrong time situation perhaps, hell, it's really just an educated guess. Only Abby knows... Try this one after a couple of cocktails and if possible, make it louder than normal. Stay tuned, we've got some awesome chill and sexy jazz prepared for the fall. Thanks for tuning in and feel free to share your thoughts.

Is This On?

©Stay Tuned Y'all!

Peace and be careful out there!


Monday, September 17, 2007

Monday Morning Coffee Vibes

Congratulation, you made it to another Monday! As your reward, here's a few fresh little numbers to enjoy as you read your email and drink your coffee this morning.

First up, a little wake up music from 1975, David Axelrod's groovy Go For It from his awesomely funky album Seriously Deep.

Next, a little audio Kahlua for that second cup, checkout Pablo, off of the 1965 Tuff Guitar Tijuana Style from Meester Al Caiola.

And finally, from Scubba off of last year's Bossa n Roses lp, dig this vibey take of Paradise City...

Have a great week,


Friday, September 14, 2007

HMK Mystery Stream: Benign

...B-9... B-9... Bingo! Lost your mind but kept your looks? Yeah Yeah Yeah. Sunset Cruz. You Are Welcome. Thank You. Friends & Neighbors. Dogs, no cats please. Well, maybe just a cople of cool ones... Spy VS Spy. Spinning. Dazy. Dizzy. Let's go back to the Tiki Room. Bedwetter. Life is here, today and right now - dig it and be happy. Roger, Rat's Right. Ringo. Shooting Starz. The average temperature in Vancouver in October is 56. Cool. Long Sleve Weather. Jazz is Nice. Launch iTunes! Howdy. Hey There and Welcome. Thirsty? Peal Beer and Chili. Mr. Ed. Pixies. Knock Knock. Lee. Cerveza es muy bueno. Si, see sea? Ci. Coo-Coo! Way. Passport to Fun. I think I need a haircut... Peace. Out.

Turn Me On: Click Hear...


Saturday, September 08, 2007

Migwell's Surf Selections 002

Ok y'all, here's another fresh set of some of my favorite beach vibes featuring the mellower and more quiet side of classic surfing instrumentals.

And just like our first set, these four mellow instro tracks are the perfect wind down music for the end of a hectic day or perhaps you might want to include these into your Sunday morning mix. They go great with coffee or a Sea Breeze*.

First up, from Spain, The Breeze & I by The Vibrants off of their album The Exotic Guitar Sounds Of The Vibrants on El Toro Records. Not sure of the release date on this one, sorry.

Next is Driftin' by Dave Meyer & The Surftones from, I believe, 1964. I've got this on two compilations with 2 different dates.

Dig the sexy sax on this hot little 1963 number from The Tempomen. Ring up your honey and ask her pick up some cranberry juice * and you'll meet her at Midnight On Pier 13.

And finally, an Endless Summer knock off from 1965, The Islander, by The Sunliners who eventually changed their name and became Rare Earth in 1967. They had a handful of hits in the early 70's including covers of The Temptations' "(I Know) I'm Losing You" and "Get Ready".

Enjoy and thanks for listening.

©Stay Tuned Y'all!


Classic Sea Breeze Recipe*
2 oz Vodka
4 oz Fresh Grapefruit Juice
1 1/2 oz Cranberry Juice
Garnish with a squeeze of lemon or lime.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Out Of This Swirled!

This weeks episode is brought to you in part by the always creative and wicked friendly party folks over at Swirl, thanks guys!

You know that trippy, half conscious feeling of both excitement and sleep deprivation that usually always accompanies an over seas flight or perhaps a little hangover?

Well, the folks here at Totally Bitchin' Recording have recreated an exclusive, hour long soundscape and our first official journey to that place that never really existed (other than in your head) until now...

For maximum effect and enjoyment, either listen using your headphones or play at an appropriate volume as you work, play or simply sit back and relax..

Click here for this weeks Official HMK Mystery Stream: 039 Out Of This Swirled

Click Hear and you'll be taken directly to the HMK Mystery Stream in iTunes!

Enjoy your flight!

©Stay Tuned Y'all.


As usual, headphones are recommended for this episode and it'll sound just fine coming out of your hi-fi speakers out by the pool as well.

Friday, August 31, 2007

Too Much Pressure!

The above image is the cover of the first release from The Selecter from way back in 1980 when I graduated from high school, specially dedicated to all the cool kids that got "let go" from the Atkins Groups - crank up the totally bitchin' Too Much Pressure!

And here's another nice little ska ditty to get your Friday started - also from the Selecter, James Bond off of their 1992 album Out On The Streets.

The Selecter's 1980 debut is every bit as tough as The Specials' first album, and for the most part is much groovier. When The Specials slowed down, they sounded as if something was wrong; Too Much Pressure shows that The Selecter were able to pull off the perfect mix of power and soul. "Three Minute Hero", "Danger", and "Murder" are absolute Ska killers, while tunes like "Missing Words", "My Collie" and the great "Black & Blue" show that even when playing below the speed limit, The Selecter are still deadly. Arguably the best album of the 2 Tone era.

Have a bueno and safe weekend y'all!



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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

CBGB Founder Dies at 75

Hilly Kristal founded CBGB in 1973.

NEW YORK (AP) Hilly Kristal, whose dank Bowery rock club CBGB served as the birthplace of the punk rock movement and a launching pad for bands like the Ramones, Blondie and the Talking Heads, has died. He was 75.

Kristal, who lost a bitter fight last year to stop the club's eviction from its home of 33 years, died Tuesday at Cabrini Hospital after a battle with lung cancer, his son Mark Dana Kristal said Wednesday.

Last October, as the club headed toward its final show with Patti Smith, Kristal was using a cane to get around and showing the effects of his cancer treatment. He was hoping to open a Las Vegas incarnation of the infamous venue that opened in 1973.

"He created a club that started on a small, out-of-the-way skid row, and saw it go around the world," said Lenny Kaye, a longtime member of the Patti Smith Group. "Everywhere you travel around the world, you saw somebody wearing a CBGB T-shirt."

More after the jump: Go!

Thanks Hilly.


Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Sounds Good To Me

I was on a conference call the other morning with a potential new client and after a few minutes into the discussion they asked if I was talking to them from a bar or a night club.

Well, although that has been known to happened on occasion, I told them that I was if fact sitting alone in my studio, The Tiki Room, taking notes and enjoying a fresh cup of coffee.

What I didn't realize was that they could actually hear the music I had on very very low in the background and they loved it.

Long story short, we laughed, talked a little about music and, thanks to John Coltrane, I got another nice little project that starts in October. Sweet.

Here's the tune, Time Was from the amazing Mr. John Coltrane off of his 1957 album Coltrane: Prestige 7105.

Make it louder!


Monday, August 27, 2007

Bonus Episode! iF: Ambient Passport: 001

Please keep in mind that this episode was intentionally produced at a low decibel level for use as a background, ambient wallpaper soundscape.

You know that trippy, half conscious feeling of both excitement and sleep deprivation that usually always accompanies an over seas flight?

Well, the folks here at Totally Bitchin' Recording have recreated the nuance of that sublime dream state with our first episode of what we're calling the Irregular Frequency: Ambient Passport.

An exclusive, hour long soundscape and journey to a place that never really existed, until now...

For maximum effect and enjoyment, either listen using your headphones or play at a low volume in the background as you either get into a positive concentrated work flow or as you simply sit back and relax... Enjoy your flight: CLICK HEAR!


Saturday, August 25, 2007

Sunday, August 19, 2007

HMK Mystery Stream iF: 042: Supernatural Bologna

Well Howdy Cuz! Howz it?. We're almost ready to get started and dude, we're really glad that you decided to join us. Relax, chill out and get comfortable. Here's your key, there's an open bar and some goodies for you in your room and we'll be meeting downstairs in the Tiki Room in about an hour around 7 or so. We've got a swanky, rocking fresh new mystery stream for you that'll hopefully get you in the right mood for this evening's venture into town, so while you check in, unpack and get settled, please, enjoy the vibes. It's not your average, everyday supernatural bologna, we promise. Relax and again, welcome to the Totally Bitchin' Recording Inn. Cheers and we hope you enjoy your stay.

Click here for this weeks Official HMK Mystery Stream: 042 TBR Inn.

Click Hear and you'll be taken directly to the HMK Mystery Stream in iTunes!

©Stay Tuned Y'all.


As usual, headphones are recommended for this episode and it'll sound just fine coming out of your hi-fi speakers out by the pool as well.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Future iF: Special Bonus Episode

iF: Irregular Frequency Tweed

Coming This Fall: iF: Special Bonus Episode: Tweed

©Stay Tuned Y'all!


Wednesday, August 15, 2007

New & Groovy!

New and Groovy. Couldn't have said it better - it's new to me and yup, it's groovy all right!

Don't know a whole lot about Johnny Lytle other than he's a pretty bad ass vibes man.

Here's a couple of my favorite tracks from the New & Groovy lp released on January 21, 1966: Come And Get It and Pulpit.


Make it louder...


Monday, August 13, 2007

iF: Irregular Frequency Episode 031: Planet Of Sound

Due to an unexpected time-shift, iF: Irregular Frequency Episode 031: Planet Of Sound of the HMK Mystery Stream will proceed our regularly scheduled Episode 030: Sunscreen, which will hopefully appear before the next full moon.

Headphones are recommended for this episode, but in no way are they manditory.

Click here for this weeks Official HMK Mystery Stream: 031 Planet Of Sound.

Click Hear and you'll be taken directly to the HMK Mystery Stream in iTunes!

©Stay Tuned Y'all.


Monday, August 06, 2007

Sunday, August 05, 2007

iF: HMK Mystrery Stream 029: Nice Sounds

It's Summer. It's Hot. It's time grab your honey and a cooler, find a nice spot in the shade near the water, relax and observe some cloud formations as you let it all soak in.

Click here for this weeks Official HMK Mystery Stream: 029 Nice Sounds

Click Hear and you'll be taken directly to the HMK Mystery Stream in iTunes!

Or, just type HMK in iTunes and there you have it.

Whatever you do - Do Not Click Here!

Bon Voyage and have a Nice day.