Please Kill Me: Voices From the Archives

I am, how you say, fried. So this week, a special treat for all of us!

pleasekillme Twenty years ago, Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain recorded interviews with people involved with the punk scene for a book called “Please Kill Me: The Uncensored History of Punk.” Now these interviews with the likes of Iggy Pop, Jim Carroll, Debbie Harry, and the Ramones have been restored and compiled in a two-hour documentary, Please Kill Me: Voices From the Archives — with original interviews, narration from the writers (as well as Michael des Barres) and the music that gave punk its powerful soundtrack.

Wednesday night from 7 to 9 on WOOL-FM, 91.5 hereabouts or streaming from in the flatlands.