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Jim Dexter playlist for 11/30/2010

Jim Dexter Show for Tuesday November 30, 2010
Andrew Fortier and his son, Cole visit today to talk about Andy's new record "Your Smile Convinced the World"...and we survived all kinds of construction sounds from below and other mayhem...but...THEY ARE FIXING THE DOOR!!

The Overnightmare playlist for 11/27/2010

I WAZZZ BORRNNE FWEEEEE

Bob Duffy playlist for 11/27/2010

Joe Vecchio filling-in with Thanksgiving Leftovers

Trim Mix Party playlist for 11/26/2010

kickin off the hiphop marathon

Friday Night Free-Form playlist for 11/26/2010

1) LICKETS – Song of the Clouds
2) LOWELL BRAMS - Alpha To Theta
3) MURRALIN LANE - Our House Is On The Wall / Folding Paper Planes
4) CLOUDLAND CANYON - Gracious Hearts / Mothlight, Pt. 2 / Hope Sounds Dry / Yellow Echoezs / Mothlight, Pt. 2 (Reprise)
5) RADIO DEPT - Never Swallow Fruit [Dub By Pistol Disco]
6) UNDERWORLD - Moon in Water / Bird 1 / Scribble / Between Stars / Diamond Jigsaw
7) FRIENDLY FIRES - You'll Disappear

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Steve K playlist for 11/25/2010

Happy Thanksgiving

trim mix party playlist for 11/25/2010

trim mix party thanksgiving style

Trim Mix Party playlist for 11/25/2010

trim mix party thanksgiving style

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 11/23/2010

Joe Fills in for BAM...Tuesday 11am- 1pm...guest Papa Jimmy Flemming frmr the Electrix...in studio live performance...talking about the WUSB Holiday Party Dec 5th at Lulu's Village Pub

Everything Is Broken playlist for 11/23/2010

TODAY we will speak in-studio with Ambassador Harsh Bhasin, the current Chair of the Department of Asian & Asian-American Studies here are Stony Brook University. We will be discussing international relations between India, China and the United States. Ambassador Bhasin has been a Visiting Professor of International Relations at SBU since 2001. Before joining Stony Brook, he served as a career diplomat for nearly four decades with overseas assignments that included serving as India’s Ambassador to Botswana, South Africa and Denmark. He was an official observer at South Africa’s first ever non-racial elections that were held in 1994 and which returned Nelson Mandela to power. http://www.stonybrook.edu/aaas

We will also hear from our resident scribe, J. David Gray, for another segment of our SYNERGY project. We chose today to match his essay “I Squandered a Fortune” to my image “abstract#24” – be sure to view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com David’s other writings can be found at http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith

MUSIC today will feature David Byrne.

Wake and Bake playlist for 11/23/2010

Featuring most of the second set of Furthur performing at Madison Square Garden on 11-20-2010