Sunday, October 19, 2014


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Sunday, October 19, 2014 
KSFR, Santa Fe, N.M. 
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time 
Host: Steve Terrell
101.1 FM
email me during the show! terrell(at)

Here's the playlist below

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Just in Time for Halloween, a Podcast That Dripped Blood!


Boo! Welcome to the 7th Annual Big Enchilada Spooktacular! Believe it or not, I've been scaring the pants off unsuspecting podlubbers since October 2008. Once again I present a casket full of spook 'n' roll. And as a special treat, this show has several cuts from the new GaragePunk Hideout compilation Countdown to a Breakdown.


Here's the playlist:
(Background Music: Quentin's Theme by Charles Randolph Grean Sounde)
Where is the Werewolf by WolfWolf
Night of The Monsters by The Barbarellatones
The Night of The Vampire by Roky Erikson & The Aliens
Whistlin' Past the Graveyard by Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Voodoo Bones by Dale Ducktail
She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man by Screamin' Lord Sutch

(Background Music: Dr. Caligari's Gruselkabinett by The Vampires of Dartmoore)
Teenage Werewolf by The Monsters
Vampire Lover by The TexReys
Don't Go In the Woods by Teenage Frankenstein
In League With Satan by Black-Eyed Vermillion & The Goddamn Gallows
Boneyard by Angry Johnny & The Killbillies
Purple People Eater Meets the Witch Doctor by The Big Bopper

(Background Music: El Vampiro by Los Vampiranos)
Haunted House by Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs
Dracula a Go-Go by The Fleshtones
Invisible Man by Trailer Crash
Teenage Maniac by The Spooklights
Hanging Johnny by Rev. Tom Frost
Swamp Witch by Deadbolt
(Background Music: Quentin's Theme by Charles Randolph Grean Sounde)

Play it below:

Check out my other Big Enchilada Spooktaculars HERE

Friday, October 17, 2014


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Friday, October 17, 2014 
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM 
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time 
Host: Steve Terrell 
101.1 FM
email me during the show! terrel(at)

Here's my playlist below:

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Exciting News About KSFR

UPDATE: 10 am 10-20-14 Looks like I spoke too soon about this when I was gushing on about this Friday. There are still a few bugs in the system with Radio Free America. Somehow, both of my shows this weekend failed to get archived onto my page there, Hopefully this gets fixed soon.

Here's the original post:

Are you one of those people who say they'd love to listen to my radio shows but can't stay up that late?

Well, you no longer have that excuse.

KSFR has hooked up with Radio Free America, an online service based here in Santa Fe, that archives all our shows for two weeks. We're the second radio station to get on board, KUNM being the first. Hopefully more stations across this great land will join up.

My page can be found HERE. At this writing, there's only one show, last Sunday's Terrell's Sound World, is there -- and it's a good one if I say so myself. However, that should change tonight when I do The Santa Fe Opry (10 pm Mountain Time)

And, if you tool around on the KSFR page at RFA, click on "View All of KSFR's Archived Shows" and you'll find my last two weeks worth under Sunday and Friday.

KSFR has long archived all of its news and talk shows. However, because of the evil Digital Millennium Copyright Act, there are legal complications when it comes to archiving music. (Please don't grill me on this. Somehow websites like Mixcloud get around this somehow.)

Anywho, you also can listen to all of KSFR's shows live.


Speaking of tonight's Santa Fe Opry, the honchos of KSFR have given me lots of bitchen premiums to give away as part of the ongoing KSFR pledge drive. There will be CDs by Johnny Cash and Willie Nelso and tickets to Joe West's Theater of Death and Ryan Adams' upcoming show in Albuquerque. Tune in!

Bobby's World

Back in 2008. Joe West produced The Ballad of Don Clavio, a strange but wondrous album by singer/ poet / visual artist and longtime La Cienega potter Bobby Brodsky. The album was a lo-fi affair consisting of music, sound collage, telephone messages, poetry, and insane rants.

Brodsky died two years ago at the age of 60. But his art lives on in a new book, Bobby’s World written and compiled by his sister Bette Brodsky. It features 100 color – vivid color! – reproductions of Bobby’s drawings, which are even more crazy than his music.

He was like a manic version of Daniel Johnston, drawing strange pictures of animals, real and imagined (a dog with the body of a Cheshire cat appears in several), jungle critters, dragons, ducks, several naked girls, Wizard of Oz characters, critters that look like Sendak’s wild things, Santa Claus, cars, pyramids UFOs … Plus plenty of photos of Bobby and his family and his pottery; hand scrawled poems and lyrics from some of his favorite rock ‘n’ roll songs. 

Collectively they tell a wild of a soul amazed by life itself.

Bette Brodsky will be signing copies of Bobby’s World 6 pm Tuesday Oct, 21 at the Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St. Joe West will be playing music there, and he tells me they will be selling copies of The Ballad of Don Clavio as well.

Read Paul Weideman's story about Bobby's World (and check out more Brodsky art) in today's Pasatiempo. And check my review of Joe West's Theater of Death songs on this here blog.