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Lunchtime playlist for 03/04/2011

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)LabelLink
Townes Van ZandtStandinHigh Low and In BetweenTomatoe
Keith and Donna Godcheaux Band feat. Jerry GarciaCome See About MeLive- GAMH - 08.20.1975Ludwigs Treasure
Aretha FranklinLee CrossQueen In WaitingColumbia Legacy
Cowboy MouthGo To Mardi GrasMardi Gras*Valley Entertainment
Donald HarrisonShave Em' DryIndian BluesCandid
Fats DominoSo Swell When You're WellFats Is BackBullseye Blues & Jazz
Chuck CarboMeet Me At The StationV/A Louisiana GumboRounder
Buckwheat ZydecoThink It Over One More TimeV/A Louisiana GumboRounder
James BookerThree KeysV/A Louisiana GumboRounder
Professor LonghairWillie Fugal's BluesCrawfish FiestaAlligator
OjoyoSpokesForward MotionOjoyo Records
Morris Goldbergon Telephone from East Hampton, LILive InterviewLive
OjoyoForward MotionOjoyoOjoyo Records
Paul SimonThe AfterlifeThe Afterlife*Concord Music Group
The Cave SingersSwim ClubNo Witch*Jagjaguwarwww.jagjagwar.com
Smith WesternsFallen In LoveDye It Blonde*Fat Possum
The PinesLonesome Tremelo BluestremeloRed House Recordswww.thepines.com
Exene CervenkaBrand New MemoryThe Excitement Of Maybe*Bloodshot Records
Wanda JacksonNervous Breakdownthe party ain't over*Nonesuch
Gang Of FourYou Don't Have To Be MadContent*yeproc
JamaicaJerichoNo Problem*V2Music
Grateful DeadSugar MagnoliaAmerican BeautyWarner Bros.
Dr. JohnGoin' Back To New OrleansGoin' Back To New OrleansWarner Bros.
Charlie MusselwhiteOne Night in AmericaOne Night In AmericaTelarc
Lunchtime Happy EndingInto The sun ... 11 out of 10Greene Vinyl ProductionsLudwig's Archive

The Cafe's open today and we're kicking off Women's History Month down in New Orleans ... stirring up a little roux for Fat Tuesday, then we head out to Long Island's wine country for a little talk with Morris Goldberg. Mo G, as he's known to his friends back in South Afirca, will be performing tomorrow at Raphael Vineyards in Peconic from 1:30pm until 3:30pm. Performing with Mo are: Bakhiti Kumalo on Bass, Mark Portugalon Keyboards and Rashid Laine on Drums.

Then a heaping portion of new tune's from the studio at USBeee. There's a reason we are "The most Dangerous Station In America!"

See ya next Friday ... don't be late!