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THE TIME MACHINE is a radio program that uses a nonsense name as an excuse in order to play music from all over the musical spectrum. The show plays a lot of new stuff in addition to covering over 70 years of POP sounds.
"We learned more from a three minute record than we ever learned in school."
- Bruce Springsteen from NO SURRENDER (1984)
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Nushu's Lisa Mychols and Tom Richards from The Waking Hours welcome you to The Time Machine
Monday, February 27, 2017
Andrew Curry Returns With More Bond Songs On The Time Machine
Curry Cuts' label head Andrew Curry returns to The Time Machine to share more songs off of the forthcoming release "Songs. Bond Songs: The Music of 007" featuring the world broadcast debut of songs from Freedy Johnstone performing "For Your Eyes Only", Ryan Hamilton's arrangement of "All The Time In The World" and Identical Suns with "GoldenEye". The album is slated for a Spring release and this second installment of Andrew's appearances on radio this month with radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney brings in some cool arrangements of classic James Bond theme songs.
Hillary Burton Of honeychain Returns To The Time Machine
Rocker and singer-songwriter Hillary Burton of honeychain returns to The Time Machine. She shared the brand new single "Messy Love" with radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney. The song is from an upcoming album titled "Crushed" produced Kim Shattuck of The Pandoras and The Muffs. The Time Machine Crew were excited to have Hillary back on the airwaves in Hawaii.
Brian Ray Debuts Here For You and Cinnamon Girl / Mr. Soul on The Time Machine
Rocker and singer-songwriter Brian Ray returned to The Time Machine to share his brand new single "Here For You" and his cover of Neil Young's classic song "Cinnamon Girl" with a bit of Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul" tossed in for musical fun. The digital single is available from Little Steven's record label Wicked Cool Records. Brian shared with radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney that the single's A-side "Here For You" is a hopeful message written for Ray’s young nephews. Ray confided, “This world has gotten a little bit crazy, dark and unpredictable lately and in the midst of all of that I wanted to send a message of hope and positivity to two young boys starting out on this magnificent voyage we call life.”
Brian Ray has been a guitarist in Paul McCartney's band since 2002. He was also musical director for Etta James for over a decade and written and performed with artists such as Smokey Robinson, Rita Coolidge, Michael Steele, Shakira and Adam Lambert.
Brian shared with the Maui radio audience that the B-side to the digital single has an interesting relation to Brian as Neil Young actually wrote "Cinnamon Girl" about Brian’s sister Jean, who was seeing Neil at the time.
“I was going to a boarding school in the 7th grade in Ojai, California and I remember hearing 'Cinnamon Girl' for the very first time and I was just knocked out by it," declared Brian. "It was gritty and tough but it had grace and beauty in the melody and the lyric along with an almost haunting relentless energy to it. Imagine my surprise when later on I learned that the song was written by Neil Young for my sister, Jean Ray. Apparently, unbeknownst to me at the time, they were seeing each other, even though each of them were involved with other people.
"That song and the story behind its inspiration have always made me curious about playing it and while I was recording the basic track for ‘Cinnamon Girl’ with just me and a great drummer named Matt Laug, I came to the end of the song where Neil goes into his sort of solo ad lib guitar tantrum on his single version, I just started playing a revved up, crazy version of his great Buffalo Springfield song, ‘Mr. Soul’ in that moment as sort of a laugh. Matt joined in immediately and I decided it sounded cool and I left it in.”
Music was also heard on this Maui afternoon radio aircheck from The Bayonets and Paul McCartney.
Country artist Scotty McCreery joins radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney on The Time Machine. Scotty shares the inspiration behind some of his songs before getting ready to perform tonight inside the Castle Theater at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.
Soul Kitchen returned to The Time Machine to share their single "Kiss Me" and to give their latest single "Voodoo Workin' " a world broadcast debut to coincide with the release of their music video of the song filmed on Maui. Band members Naor Nave, Michael Elam and Tempa Singer joined radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney to discuss the new songs and video. The group also shared what they've been up to and The Time Machine Radio Show Crew were excited to have them back in the studio and to feature the brand new songs for the radio audience. Also heard on this Maui afternoon radio aircheck is their live performance of The Jackson 5 number one classic "I Want You Back" which was composed by the writing team of Motown chief Berry Gordy, Freddie Perren, Alphonso Mizell and Deke Richards.
Soul Kitchen is an acoustic-infused musical alchemy, both blending and transcending the traditional genres of Cajun, Zydeco, Soul, Funk, Blues, Jazz, Classic rock and Middle Eastern influences. The stirring, smoldering voice of award-winning lead vocalist Tempa Singer Nave (Best Colorado Blues Band, Best Soul Album Award) and effortlessly buoyant rhythms of guitarist Naor Nave (Israeli Idol finalist) meld with drummers Kevin Garland and Kerry Sofaly funk-filled cues mixed with traditional washboard playing and bassist Marcus Johnson simmering syncopations to satisfy even the most voracious musical appetite. While Bruce Boege's seasoned saxophone drips with cool, violinist Susan S. Westcott pepper this sublime fusion with a sweetly percolating resonance tempered by a dash of balanced precision. finally, the subtle and sustaining tones of keyboardist Michael Elam round out the mix to make this exquisite mess of soulful flavors an essential Maui experience for the musical senses.
Andrew Curry Debuts Songs Bond Songs On The Time Machine
Curry Cuts' label head Andrew Curry returns to The Time Machine to share songs off of the forthcoming release "Songs. Bond Songs: The Music of 007" featuring Lisa Mychols and the world broadcast debut of songs from Gary Frenay, Brandon Schott & Jake Gideon, Mike Viola, Popdudes and Zach Jones. The album is slated for a Spring release and this first installment of Andrew's appearances on radio this month with radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney brings in some cool arrangements of classic James Bond theme songs.
Other artists heard on the Maui afternoon radio aircheck include Brooks Maguire, Herman's Hermits, The Tremeloes, Klaatu, Dawn featuring Tony Orlando, Gilbert O'Sullivan, The Smith Bros., Kenny Loggins and The Zombies.
Dana Countryman Takes The Time Machine To Girlville Interview
Dana Countryman returns to The Time Machine with an album that he's been working on for over a year. It's a collaborative project released by Teensville Records titled "Girlville!" that has Dana in the producer's seat and as an arranger for an eclectic group of wonderful female vocalists that include Lisa Mychols, Andrea Perry, Lisa Jenio, Swan Dive's Molly Felder, Kathy Hettel, Mary Chris Henry, Tricia Countryman, Kelly Harland and Julie Johnson Sand. A number of talented musicians join in the musical fun with Dana including Klaatu's Dee Long with his lead guitar work backing up Lisa Mychols on her performance of "I've Run All Out Of Tears (To Cry Over You)". Every song on this record is amazing and so well done. The album cover declares, "New Songs In The Style Of Yesterday's Hits" and it delivers on that statement. Dana Countryman's latest musical album project "GIRLVILLE" is phenomenal. The melodies and lyrics, with the arrangements are absolute perfection. "GIRLVILLE" is pure pop bliss.
In addition to Dana Countryman sharing with radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney what was involved in producing "Girlville!", other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM radio aircheck include The Weeklings, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Annette Funicello, Ronnie D'Addario, Jan & Dean, Darlene Love and Matt Tyson.
Cassandra Kubinski Interview And Performance On The Time Machine
Singer-songwriter Cassandra Kubinski returned to The Time Machine to share her thoughts and inspiration behind her latest EP "Onward". She also discussed with radio and television host Michael McCartney what was the driving force behind her single "Not So Different" with the Goo Goo Dolls and Mary Ramsey of 10,000 Maniacs and how it's become an autism awareness anthem. The Time Machine staff and crew were extremely excited to have Cassandra back on the broadcast and were thrilled to have her perform live. Standing at the keyboard, Cassandra performed "Not So Different", "You Never Told Me" and "First Kiss". The Time Machine would like to send out a special thanks to Bogdan Ologan, Meghann Wright, Jenny Leong, Tanya Teal, Summer Blue and The Tub's Larry John and Carl Rozycki.
Pictured In The Photo Below (Left To Right): Tanya Teal (Radio Host of The Time Machine and Panelist of Hawaii's Television Series "The Tub"), Singer-Songwriter Cassandra Kubinski, Michael McCartney (Radio Host of The Time Machine and Panelist of Hawaii's Television Series "The Tub"), Carl Rozycki (Producer & Cinematographer of "The Tub") and Larry John (Radio/Television Host & Producer of "The Tub").