5/4/2013 | Download File (71.98 MB) - right click to download
Episode #7 takes on the 80's as only The Kitchen Sink can. No Kajagoogoo here, just another diverse selection of music from the (near) decade of Ronald Reagan that'll have you reliving the days of leg warmers, valley girls and boomboxes.
5/4/2013 | Download File (65.24 MB) - right click to download
Episode #4 finds TKS celebrating the start of year number two with this episode. Music so diverse, your iPod is jealous.
5/4/2013 | Download File (62.12 MB) - right click to download
The 3rd time was definitely a charm with this very politically charged episode. Music features Laurie Anderson, Blind Faith, U2, Black Sabbath, Midnight Oil and TKS faves The Abe Lincoln Story (www.soulpunkswing.com).
5/4/2013 | Download File (78.14 MB) - right click to download
The Kitchen Sink's 2nd episode came just in time for Valentine's Day, and covers all stages of relationships.
5/4/2013 | Download File (42.63 MB) - right click to download
Here's where it all began. The first of The Kitchen Sink's post-ARN, long-format episodes...and the shortest. Who's playing? The flyer tells you all you need to know. Where it's always been about the music... A note, please ignore references to "check us out" on Mypodcast, Zencast and all other websites.
4/14/2013 | Download File (88.06 MB) - right click to download
Celebrating seven years of podcasting, the Blast From The (Kitchen Sink) Past continues with another timely episode. Grass, pot, cannabis, ganja, weed…it’s all about the sweet leaf, marijuana. And no matter what you choose to call it, we’ve got a tune for you in this massive 90+ minute collection of songs and clips about marijuana and other vices. Featuring local bands and TKS favorites, The Abe Lincoln Story (www.abelincolnstory.com) and Desperation Squad, along with the likes of: Neil Young, Cab Calloway, The Velvet Underground, Jules & Vincent, Curtis Mayfield, Humble Pie, Tony Montana, and The JB’s. *”Samson Gets Me Lifted” audio taken from http://www.youtube.com/user/mrffoeg. *”Say Hello To My Little Friend Remix” audio taken from http://www.youtube.com/user/PaJompPo **Episode flyer reproduced from October 1969 issue of LIFE Magazine…seems they were asking the same questions we’re asking nearly 45 years later. So WELCOME to The Kitchen Sink’s “Gateway” episode. You don't have to be stoned to listen...but it couldn't hurt!!
3/24/2013 | Download File (65.24 MB) - right click to download
Celebrating seven years of podcasting, the Blast From The (Kitchen Sink) Past continues with another timely episode. Delving deep and clearing out the archives, this 2008 2nd Anniversary episode honors rebirth and the return of Spring; it's the perfect way to follow up our Iraq War commentary, really. If you can keep your toes from tapping, keep from breaking out your long underused air guitar, keep your mind from exploding with joy during this one, then there's definitely something wrong with you. If cleanliness is next to Godliness then we're all in trouble because this is one down and dirty episode that you won't soon forget. Where it's all about the music...
2/22/2013 | Download File (62.12 MB) - right click to download
"Those who do not remember their past are doomed to repeat it." As we approach the 10th year of the start of the war with Iraq, what better time to take a look back than with this 2008 TKS episode that does just that. From George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Condoleeza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, and Colin Powell...all your "favorites" (and their excuses) are here. No weapons of mass destruction here. Hubris, maybe. But one thing is for sure, you'll not find another podcast on the internet featuring music as commentary like this. You don't have to agree with the politics of this episode, but the arrangement and music, I'm sure you won't forget anytime soon. Fluke, Midnight Oil, Laurie Anderson, The Abe Lincoln Story, Squirrel Nut Zippers and much, much more. For those of you looking for who a good read, may I suggest the following from some friends of mine: The Brueck Equation by Simmons Norwood (www.simmonsnorwood.com) The Dead Cat & Other Tales by Glenn Fukushima (www.createspace.com/3859553) Trails & Tribulations by Norman Nichols (www.eloquentbooks.com/TrailsandTribulations.html)
2/8/2013 | Download File (78.13 MB) - right click to download
Welcome to BLAST FROM THE PAST. Where I try to exploit current events for the sake of increasing my numbers. Up next, TKS PLAYS SONGS FOR LOVERS! Seeing as how the last BFTP focused on the crazies within our society, here's an episode to cleanse your palate. With Valentine's Day right around the corner, this episode is for all you lovers out there. From Etta James to The Smithereens to Janet Jackson to Heart to John Lennon, this episode covers all the stages of love. Don't believe me? Hit play and listen for yourself. Your one stop music shop, thank you, as always for listening to The Kitchen Sink.
1/22/2013 | Download File (89.56 MB) - right click to download
Weldome to BLAST FROM THE PAST. Where I try to exploit current events for the sake of increasing my numbers. Here's one for the CRAZIES. Since everything seems to have gone to hell in a handbasket, what with the nutjobs seeming to take over our news as of late, for a sad variety of reasons (usually guns), here's an oldie but goodie for them. I am sure you will enjoy.