Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Pop Explosion #4 David Clayton-Thomas talks to Joe Viglione, author Lissa Warren June 3, 2015

David Clayton-Thomas TOMORROW, June 3
Joe Vig's POP EXPLOSION radio show
1-3 pm Wednesdays


David Clayton-Thomas of Blood, Sweat and Tears on
Joe Vig's POP EX-SPLOSION on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Official Pop ExSplosion site

Show #4 of Joe Vig's POP EXSPLOSION on BostonFreeRadio.com, the non-profit radio station streaming online from SCAT Somerville Community Access Television is now airing from 1 PM to 3 PM right before Alan J. Patterson's Voices in Time (3-5 PM) https://www.facebook.com/alan.j.patterson?fref=ts

We'll be playing David's early 45 from the Boss Men "Brainwashed,"
his version of "Sunny" from Soul Ballads, "Smiling Phases" - the Traffic song from Blood, Sweat and Tears, and BS & T with Hendrix's Manic Depression.
We'll be asking David about touring with Jimi Hendrix and more!

David Clayton-Thomas
David Clayton-Thomas (born David Henry Thomsett; 13 September 1941) is a Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist for the American band Blood, Sweat & Tears. Clayton-Thomas has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and in 2007 his jazz/rock composition “Spinning Wheel" was enshrined in the Canadian Songwriter's Hall Of Fame. In 2010 Clayton-Thomas received his star on Canada's Walk Of Fame.

We'll be playing Bobby Hebb's "Sunny" from David's new Soul Ballads CD, "Smiling Phases" from the 2nd Blood, Sweat and Tears album as well as BS & T covering Jimi Hendrix's "Manic Depression" and an early David Clayton-Thomas and the Boss Men 45 RPM  "Brain Washed."

Also on the program, author Lissa Warren discusses The Good Luck Cat, her newest book

The Good Luck Cat: How a Cat Saved a Family, and a Family Saved a Cat Hardcover – October 7, 2014

by Lissa Warren (Author)
Lissa Warren’s father needed a retirement companion while his wife and daughter were at work. Enter Ting, a seven-pound Korat who changed his life, and the life of the family. All kittens are mischievous, but Ting “the cat grenade” was real trouble. She was also smart, endearing, and the soul of the Warren family.

Also on the program, the music splashes that Joe Vig played on a variety of radio stations from WCUW Clark University in 1978 to WNSH AM 1570 where Joe V was program director in 1992, to WCGY 93.7 FM where Joe produced Harvey Wharfield's Boston Music Showcase  (1991-1993) to WUNR, AM 740-WJIB, AM-1670 Allston-Brighton Free Radio (where Joe was also P.D./station manager) and programming found on other radio and TV stations around the region.

http://joeviglione.com for more information

Cable television host Joseph Viglione launched his Visual Radio Television show nine years ago in Woburn. He has lined up some pretty impressive interviews along the way, which number 300 now and have aired in many local towns. Virgin Airlines founder Richard Branson , singers Judy Collins and Suzanne Vega , performance artist Laurie Anderson , ”Mystic River” author Dennis Lehane

Previous guests:

June 11   Fred Pineau of the Atlantics (tentative)
June 10  Jim Peterik of Ides of March ("I'm Your Vehicle") and Survivor
June  3   David Clayton-Thomas of Blood, Sweat and Tears
May 27   Author Frank Dello Stritto "I Saw What I Saw When I Saw It"
May 20   Peppy Castro of The Blues Magoos "We Ain't Got Nothing Yet"
May 13   Ian Lloyd of Stories with "Brother Louie"
Joe Viglione Visual Radio
P.O. Box 2392
Woburn, Ma 01888


Bruce Forsyth  Lucretia Mac Evil
(Not my text; off of YouTube) -
Yes, you're reading this correctly. An unexpected cover off the 1973 LP The Musical Side of Bruce. There's plenty of horns and a great Hawkshaw style Hammond solo at 1:45 by Don Hunt. Bruce's voice is good in parts, terrible in others but it was worth putting it up for the Hammond.


Billie Holiday  God Bless the Child

 Tom Jones   I'm Your Vehicle

From "This is Tom Jones" broadcast November 17 , 1970


Jim Peterik and Ides of March
The Ides of March performing at the Acorn Theatre in Three Oaks, Michigan, November, 2011. Robert Wade and Donna Johnson singing backup.

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