Rock And Roll High
Rock And Roll High! is all about the music of my high school years (1967 - 1973) when FM was young and experimental.
Every Monday night from 10 PM to midnight on CFSI FM 107.9, I play three classic albums (One Canadian), in their entirety, without commercial interruption.
And every other Monday night, I invite co-host Dale Bishop from Salt Spring's Lane 31, to bring in three surprise albums for all of us to explore and discover together.
On Monday, February 14, Dale brought in The Band's "Music From Big Pink", Little Feat's "Dixie Chicken" and The Allman Brothers' "Idlewild South".
On Monday, February 21 from 10 PM to midnight we presented two classic albums from 1971, in their entirety: Crowbar's "Bad Manors" and The Allman Brothers' "Live At The Fillmore East"...
On Monday, February 28, Dale brought in Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bayou Country", The Guess Who's "Wheatfield Soul" and The Rolling Stones' "Get Yer Ya Ya's Out".
On Monday, March 7 from 10 PM to midnight we presented our special one year anniversary show featuring the first two albums by one of my favourite Vancouver bands: The Collectors. Plus, a special Grateful Dead tribute in honour of our dear departed friend and colleague, Bruce Creswick , super Deadhead and host of "Attics Of My Life" Thursdays at 5 PM on CFSI.
On Monday, March 14, Dale brought in a very rare CD: "Let's Go" CBC TV 1967 - 1968 featuring The Guess Who plus, from 1970, Eric Clapton's self-titled debut album, and from 1968, the last Yardbirds album, "Little Games" featuring Jimmy Page.
On Monday, March 28 from 10 PM to midnight I presented from 1968 Steppenwolf's self-titled debut album plus, two classic albums from 1969: "I Got Dem Ol' Kosmic Blues Again Mama" by Janis Joplin, and Johnny Winter's "Second Winter".
On Monday, April 4 from 10 PM to midnight I presented from 1970, Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Cosmo's Factory", from 1971, Crowbar's "Bad Manors", and from 1968, "Led Zeppelin One".
On Monday, April 11 I welcomed Dale Bishop back to Rock And Roll High and he presented from 1971, April Wine's self-titled debut album, from 1971, Van Morrison's "Tupelo Honey", and from 1966, John Mayall's "Bluesbreakers" featuring Eric Clapton.
Please join me for Rock And Roll High on Monday, April 18 from 10 PM to midnight when I present from 1969, Chicago's first album,