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If you’ve missed out on “Geezer Rock” or if you’re just a tad behind the times (hey, we’ve all been there, right?), then you don’t have to, as Donovan once said, “dig the slowness.” Get up to speed (45 or 33 r.p.m.) right here and right now.
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February 14th show: This week’s Featured Geezers are the humorous and quirky sounds of the clarinet-and-accordion-driven They Might Be Giants, with selections from “Up to Date,” a compilation of recent recordings released to note that they’ve restarted their “Dial-a-Song” phone message machine. If that’s not weird enough for you, I’ve also got some songs I couldn’t fit into my Clash-style protest show last week, including “Working for the Government” by Buffy Sainte-Marie. And some geezer punk from Pittsburgh’s Volcano Dogs!
February 21st show: This week the Featured Geezers are Professor Louie and the Cromatix, from Woodstock, New York. Louie, whose real name is Aaron Hurwitz, has produced and played on albums by Commander Cody, Graham Parker, Livingston Taylor, Hot Tuna’s Michael Falzarano, and the New Riders, among others. His new album with the Cromatix featured remakes of songs written for the Band during their 1990s comeback, which were never used. Until now.