Erk FM 50a – Happy 50th Episode, Erk!
Welcome to episode 50! 50 episodes might not seem a lot but in podcasting it is a long time, especially when you consider that I have played over 300 artists & over 50 hours of music in that time. So let’s sit back and relax and listen back to some tunes from previous Erk FM episodes.
There is so much content that the episode will be split into 2 pieces, episode 50a and episode 50b. Episode 50b will feature via iTunes on Xmas Eve 2009 and that will be followed on by the Erk FM Xmas Day 2009 special (episode 51).
- Do-si-do – Julie the Band (various episodes)
- I Wanna Go Home – Samantha Murphy (episode 1, Themes I)
- Complicated – Citizens of Contrary Knowledge (episode 5, Rock FTW)
- Everything is good – Second Dan (episode 10 – Aussie, Aussie Aussie OI OI OI)
- Judy’s Got a Stickshift – The Hot Rods (episode 15, Themes II)
- Getting Old Sucks – The FuMP (various episodes)
- Sleep – James Kahu (episode 38 – Left Handed Kiwis & Fatt Bullets FTW)
- Carry the Light – Kelly Richey (Kelly has been played on various episodes)
- Wait For You – Chrissy Coughlin (Chrissy has been played on various episodes, interview snippet)
- This Train Won’t Run – Jerry Lee Surber (episode 20 – Blast From The Past I)
- Find Our Way Again – Men Who Listen (episode 25 – Catching Up)
- Staring At The Sun – Nick Daugherty (episode 30 – Acoustic)
Bed music list:
- My Crazy Elephant – Evolution Punks (episode 32 – Instrumental)
- Electric Elves – Michael Kelsey (episode 32 – Instrumental)
- Overland – Michael Kelsey (episode 32 – Instrumental)
- The Funky Farm – Michael Kelsey (episode 32 – Instrumental)
- Bug Lips – Chris Jurgensen (debut)
- The Longest Road – Kelly Richey (episode 32 – Instrumental)
- IJen (part 2) – ODreamer (episode 41 – Erk FM 2009 Musical United Nations Tour)
Thank you to Rich Palmer from Audio Gumshoe, Colin from the Ourobouros podcast, Shawno & Jen from Phantom Power Media, Richard from the Wasting Time podcast, Les from Zaldor’s World, Tiggr from Boise & Beyond, Kimmi from The Rock Deli & The Metal Deli and of course Judy from the Channel Erk for the comments that were played/read on the show.
Also, a massive thank you to all of the listeners of Erk FM, the Association of Music Podcasting, the artists, PR companies and management groups – without you all, Erk FM would be impossible.