Lunchtime Playlists

Lunchtime playlist for 07/29/2011

We're back in Memphis, again. Stax Style all Summer!

Lunchtime playlist for 07/15/2011

Come on in and belly up to the counter. Today the Lunchtime Bar and Grill is going to be open Four Hours (not the usual two). We carry on with the Fourth Segment of our chronological survey of the Stax Soul Singles 1968-1971. At this time we are listening to singles released in the late spring and summer of 1969.

Lunchtime playlist for 07/08/2011

Goin Down to Memphis today as we exeplore Part 3 of our Stax Soul Singles 1968-1971

Playin the Spring of 1969 with sounds of the Staple Singers, The Emotions, William Bell, Blues from Johnnie Taylor and Albert King; as well as Bokker T and The MG's and others.

New Music from Warren Haynes, Booker T. Jones, Arctic Monkeys, Kids On A Crime Spree, Shannon and The Clams.

A Second Course from New Orleans with a few favorites.

Our background music in the studio while I was on the Microphone was Rolando Alphonso with Rolando Special.

Tune in next week for Four Hours of Lunchtime on July 15.

Lunchtime playlist for 06/24/2011

Join us for a Memphis inspired menu this afternoon. Pull up a stool and stay a while.

Lunchtime playlist for 05/20/2011

Come on in The Grill Room's Open!

Happy Birthday Bob!

Lunchtime playlist for 05/13/2011

Last Day Of Classes 2Day at the Cafe!

Lunchtime playlist for 05/06/2011

Billy Higgins on the Specials Board today!

Honoring one of the greatest drummers of all time, ten years after his passing on today's program. Master Higgins departed May 3, 2001, just four months prior to the Change of our Century, September 11, 2001.

Today's Grill Room edition of Lunchtime features a menu exclusively of Billy Higgins as both a leader and sideman.

Bon Appetite!

Lunchtime playlist for 04/29/2011

A Royal Menu at the Grill Today.

Come on in for a little

Lunchtime playlist for 04/22/2011

Springtime Menu at the Grill.

Check out the 45 specials 2day!

Lunchtime playlist for 04/15/2011

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We Wrap up the Spring Drive this Weekend with some truly amazing special programming. Saturday, Onda Nueva celebrates with live instudo musicians (and their instruments!). Zappathon returns Sunday Noon to Midnight. Basically, there's no reason to change Your dial ......

Kick back let WUSB do what we do best ... your support makes the difference : Http://wusb.fm

Today we honor Billy Bang (9/20/1947 - 4/11/2011) and all of his creativity ... focusing on his otherwordly quartet recording A "Tribute To Stuff Smith". Billy was omnipresent on the NY Scene until just the other day.

Lunchtime playlist for 04/08/2011

Special Long Island Sound menu for this edition during Radiothon.

Lunchtime playlist for 03/25/2011

It's Spingtime here at the Lunchtime Grill Room. Despite the cool temperature outside we're still serving a Female Centric meal during ther last few days of Women's History Month. Pull up a stool and belly up to the Bar for another wonderful Friday Brunch edition.

Lunchtime playlist for 03/18/2011

New time the next few weeks ... 10am to Noon....call it: BRUNCHTIME

Celebrating Women's History Month with a dedicated to the Ladies menu...The Fellas honoring their Gals & Great Female Artists.

Mary Lou Williams was the first Lady to receive equal treatment on the bandstand with the boys. For that triumph we feature a heaping portion of Mary Lou illustrating her unparalleled piano virtuosity. Beyond the muysic Mary Lou was one of American Music's greatest patrons; she is solely responsible for the Jazz Music Program at Duke University as well as many many other tremendous humanitarian efforts.

New time, just like daylight savings (except we rolled the clock back for springtime, not spring ahead) 10am to NOON NEXT WEEK, support WUSB this Radiothon and always XXXOOO

Lunchtime playlist for 03/11/2011

It's damp again, but not too cold this afternoon outside ... come on over to the Lunchtime Grillroom where it's an All Ladies Friday Menu. We're going deep into Womens History Month serving up some of our finest female friends today: Irma Thomas, Angela Strehli, Maria Muldaur, Carla Thomas, Chrissie Hynde, Wendy Rene, Nina Simone, The B52's and more......

Lunchtime playlist for 03/04/2011

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!

Lunchtime playlist for 03/04/2011

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.

Lunchtime playlist for 02/25/2011

It's raining like there's no tomorrow out there .... so come on in .... the Cafe's Open.

Lunchtime playlist for 02/18/2011

It's a sunny almost 60 degree day in Stony Brook so we've got a really great menu today. Our chef's have been spannig the globe for today's ingredients.

Our appetizer comes from Norwalk, Connecticut with a recipe for getting a Cheesesteak in Philly ... from a South African??? Bakhiti Kumalo is up in Connecticut rehearsing with Paul Simon where we speak with him about FEBRUARY 19 at BORGHESE Vineyards on the North Fork. BK has a Jazz Quartet featuring fellow South African troubador Morris Goldberg. It's 3pm tomorrow!!! We also cover his recording with another old time friend from SA, Vusi Mahlasela (Performing at SOB's next TUesday February 22), and all things CheeseSteak???

The Second course is a Brazillian Dish via Seattle .... Vinicius Cantuaria and Bill Frisell perform tomorrow night as well: Le Poisson Rouge, NYC ... supporting their new eOne release titled Lagrimas Mexcianas and sharing their music. A really wonderful collaboration we like a lot! Go see for yourself tomorrow night, the 19th there's a late and Early and Late performance.

Lunchtime playlist for 02/11/2011

It's African Heritage Month and the Lunchtime Broadcast is serving up all of it, well as much as you can in 120 minutes.

Celebrating with Harry Belafonte's Opus work: The Long Road To Freedom: An Anthology of Black Music. Today's show begin's with the "Ballads & Frolic's" section.

Catchin' up with South African Singer/Songwriter/Historian/Visionary -- Vusi Mahlasela -- currently on the road with Amos Lee, From Austin, Texas, we chat with Vusi in the first hour of this edition. Vusi speaks of "Say Africa" his latest release on ATO Records; sprinkling African Culture around the US during African heritage Month; The African Leadership Academy & Vusi Mahlasela Music Education Project. Learn all about Vusi at Http://VusiMahlasela.com Watch him perform "Say Africa" at SOB's in Manhattan the 22nd of February. That's ten days from now on a Monday.

A children's story of an old LP: Today the Story of The Gingerbread Boy

Full album side from Eric Dolphy. Going back to September 8, 1961, Side B of Eric Dolphy In Europe/Volume 3.

A great Valentine's receipe for Poached Salmon with a Cucumber/Dill Yogurt Sauce.

Lunchtime playlist for 01/28/2011

Wrapping up the SnowBound month of January.... We got the homefire burnin' just for ya.

Lots of new and old offerings today.

Preparing for next Month with African Blues from Ali Farka Toure as a our album side this edition.

See ya in two weeks, Tune In next week for the Reggae Marathon, thanks for supporting "WUSBeee the most dangerous station in the nation"