Playlists

Everything Is Broken playlist for 09/16/2014

Our program TUESDAY 1:00PM will focus on ISIL; the islamic state. our featured guest is Ricardo Larémont. He is currently professor of political science and sociology at Binghamton University where he has served on the faculty since 1997. His work focuses on North Africa and the Sahel. He is a leading expert on political Islam, Islamic law, conflict resolution, democratization, and civil/military relations.

http://www.atlanticcouncil.org
http://www.binghamton.edu/political-science/faculty/ricardo-rene-laremon...

Jim Dexter playlist for 09/16/2014

Jim's Show for Tuesday September 16, 2014

Don't Call Us Freaks playlist for 09/15/2014

Don't Call Us Freaks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VOLUME 8!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YOUR DJ GOT SIIIIIIIICCCCCCCKKKKKK, SO HE COPPED OUT AND PLAYED A BUNCHA CRAP-OLA HE PICKED FROM THE RECORD STORE THIS WEEEEEEEEEK, VERY OFF THE CUFF, RARE, VINTAGE, MINT CONDITON EDITION GLISTEN

Say Whats Radio playlist for 09/15/2014

back on track!

Salvage & Recovery Radio playlist for 09/15/2014

In Memory of Mary Castelo 1909 - 2014

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 09/15/2014

Funk and Soul. Hosted by Wayne

Sunday Street playlist for 09/14/2014

Today's edition featured new music from some legendary performers and a phone conversation with another legendary performer. Robert Plant's new album, a new release from Loudon Wainwright III, and the last studio album from the late Jesse Winchester were highlighted. We spoke with another legend, singer/songwriter Iain Matthews, whose musical roots can be traced to his work as a founding member of Fairport Convention, but who has followed a most intriguing musical path since the heyday of Fairport. He plays The University Cafe this evening, with master guitarist Jim Fogarty accompanying him, and our friends from Butchers Blind opening. (www.universitycafe.org)

Sunday Street playlist for 09/14/2014

Today's edition featured new music from some legendary performers and a phone conversation with another legendary performer. Robert Plant's new album, a new release from Loudon Wainwright III, and the last studio album from the late Jesse Winchester were highlighted. We spoke with another legend, singer/songwriter Iain Matthews, whose musical roots can be traced to his work as a founding member of Fairport Convention, but who has followed a most intriguing musical path since the heyday of Fairport. He plays The University Cafe this evening, with master guitarist Jim Fogarty accompanying him, and our friends from Butchers Blind opening. (www.universitycafe.org)

Beginnings playlist for 09/13/2014

Celebrating Abbey Road, released 45-years ago (September 1969). Ticket giveaway for moe at The Space At Westbury.

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 09/12/2014

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues warehouse (8-10am)est.
www.liblues.com

Lunchtime playlist for 09/12/2014

Friday 10am to Noon

Habanero's Healthcare Discussions playlist for 09/12/2014

Our program today centers around infectious diseases.

Stony Brook President Stanley presented an excellent lecture on the Ebola virus, which we aired in its entirety. http://library.stonybrook.edu/president-stanley-lecture-ebola-risks-emer...

From the Infectious Disease Society of America - http://www.idsociety.org/Audit_Resources/

Friday Night Free-Form playlist for 09/12/2014

Biosphere - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
Kraftwerk - Expo 2000
Water Blue - Milky Way To Mars
East & West - The Real Thing
Lust For Youth - Running / Illume
Freur - Doot Doot
Handle With Care - Doot Doot
FaltyDL - Nine / Ahead The Ship Sleeps / Heart And Soul

David Kilgour And The Heavy 8's - Like Rain / Dropper
Garment District - Secondhand Sunburn / Bell Book And Candle / Soon We See Green
The Hobbes Fanclub - Stay Gold / I Knew You'd Understand
Cymbals Eat Guitars - Laramie
Perfume Genius - Queen
The Vaselines - One Lost Year
Honeyblood - Killer Bangs
Chicks On Speed - The Never Ending Pursuit Of Happiness

Maston - Over The Falls / Potemkin / Engrams / Mirror
Tropicle Popsicle - Havana
Spectral Park - Colours / Ornaments
Painted Palms - Spinning Signs

French Fries - Journey To Kepler
Pink Floyd - One Slip