Mook put together an incredibly moving two-hour tribute to Jeff, packed with thoughts from many of Jeff’s friends and past Pipeline! performances from (in order) Hallelujah the Hills, Rachel Sumner, Ponies in the Surf, Black Helicopter, Dietrich Strause, Debo Band, Marissa Nadler, Dan Blakeslee, Pet Fox, Crunchcoat and Lula Wiles.
Former Pipeline! engineers Kyle Bittinger and Ramsey Tantawi look back on spending more than seven years working on the show with Jeff. This two-hour episode includes songs by Chris Brokaw, Cyclub, The Ponys (Phantom Buffalo), Sunburned Hand Of The Man, Death Vessel, Seekonk, Tiger Saw, Feathers, Fern Knight, The Stairs, Pants Yell!, All Combinations, Audrey Ryan, Reports, 27, Read Yellow, Freezepop, Ponies In The Surf and Mobius Band.
Before taking over as the host of Pipeline! in the spring of 2003, Jeff was interviewed by former host Bob Dubrow on March 11, 2003.
Mike Reed, an engineer who worked with Breeze to broadcast live performances, played Pipeline! performances from (in order): Jeff Beam’s Loudspeaker Wallpaper, Marissa Nadler, Hex Map, Speedy Ortiz, Many Mansions, Reports, Pile, Fat Creeps, Winterpills, The Eternals, The Fedavees, The Soft Drugs, Spouse, Phantom Buffalo, Aykroyd, Black Helicopter, Wallcreeper, Nina Violet, Mike Gent & The Rapid Shave, Hands and Knees, Soft Pyramids, Pet Fox, Headband, Life Partners and Boston Typewriter Orchestra. Check it out here.
DJ David Mercado, an engineer who worked with Jeff on Pipeline! for six years, played two hours of live Pipeline! performances from (in order): Bent Shapes, Palehound, Triple Thick, Doctor Gasp, Dave Godowsky, Mini Dresses, Wolff Sisters, Trabants, Freaking, Petite Feet and Joseph Allred.
Tim Gilman, a longtime WMBR engineer and DJ and the host of Breakfast of Champions on Mondays, saluted Jeff with a two-hour set including classic Pipeline! performances from Hallelujah the Hills, Sad13, Debo Band, Sinnet and Fat Creeps.
Linda Pinkow saluted Jeff in her Dec. 11 hour-long tribute episode of Mindblown: “MB #10: Going Home to the Music (A Tribute to Jeff Breeze).”
Alex McNeil played a two-part, two-hour set in honor of Jeff on Friday, Dec. 11. Part one: artists from the Boston area, 1953-1968; Part two: miscellaneous tracks, 1966-2020