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Friday Night Free-Form playlist for 10/08/2010

1) THIEVERY CORPORATION - Coming From The Top
2) !!! - Most Certain Sure / Steady as the Sidewalk Cracks
3) NOSTALGIA 77 - Freedom
4) OF MONTREAL - Sex Karma
5) KYLIE MINOGUE - Better Than Today
6) SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS - Heart Is Strange
7) STARS - Fixed
8) MORCHEEBA - Crimson
9) SHARON VAN ETTEN - Save Yourself / Don't Do It
10) SALEM - Frost
11) WOMEN - Can't You See /Narrow with the Hall / Locust Valley
12) NO AGE - Life Prowler / Sorts
13) VASELINES – Ruined / Such a Fool
14) ORBANS - Songs We Sang
15) OCTOPUS PROJECT – Fuguefat / Korakrit / A Phantasy / Circling
16) MUGSTAR - Serra
17) THE BEATLES – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away (early take, no flutes at end) / I’m Only Sleeping (Take 1) / Across The Universe (early demo version) [celebrating John Lennon's 70th Birthday]

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Clam Radio playlist for 10/07/2010

New Susan DeVita music, interview with author Gabriel Grayson "How To Read A Person Like A Book", various unexpected stuff and some pre-Lennon celebration music.

High Technology Radio playlist for 10/07/2010

Bright Lights!!

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 10/06/2010

An Eclectic Mess at minight , it seems till 6am

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 10/06/2010

An Eclectic Mess at minight , it seems till 6am

Blues At Dawn playlist for 10/06/2010

The Blues Will Do Your Heart Good !!!!!

Blues At Dawn playlist for 10/06/2010

The Blues Will Do Your Heart Good !!!!!!

Blues At Dawn playlist for 10/06/2010

The Blues Will Do Your Heart Good !!!!!!

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 10/06/2010

An Eclectic Mess at minight , it seems till 6am

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 10/06/2010

An Eclectic Mess at minight , it seems till 6am

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 10/06/2010

An Eclectic Mess at minight , it seems till 7am

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/05/2010

TODAY we will stay with last week’s topic - anti-intellectualism – with our featured guest LEILA BRAMMER, Professor and chair, Dept of Communication Studies, Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN. Her scholarly work has focused on social movements, rhetoric/argument, and civic engagement. She is the author of "Excluded from Suffrage History: Matilda Joslyn Gage, Nineteenth Century American Feminist." http://tinyurl.com/29wg33g

MUSIC today will feature the blending of genres – opera and rock – from the East Village Opera Company; from their second album, self titled. http://www.eastvillageoperacompany.com

Jim Dexter playlist for 10/05/2010

Jim's Show for October 5, 2010

Trim Mix Party playlist for 10/04/2010

this week we showcase odb from wutang rip old dirty plus a new top 15