Playlists

Infinite Audio playlist for 05/23/2012

missed us? ;D

Everything Is Broken playlist for 05/22/2012

Our featured guest is local activist Bob Polin, he and I will survey the political landscape, leaving no stone unturned.

Our resident storyteller, Margaret Meyers will join us from the Twin Cities. www.storyteller.net/tellers/mmeyers

For music today … from Warren Zevon.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Zevon

PROGRAM NOTE – the program will air from 1:00PM-3:00PM starting today through the start of the fall term in late august.

Jim Dexter playlist for 05/22/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Rock and Roll Dance Party playlist for 05/22/2012

raw, wild and wretched!

Blue Grass Time playlist for 05/22/2012

2 hours of bluegrass music 6-8 PM

Finn's Revolution playlist for 05/22/2012

An extended REVOLUTION with punk legend PENELOPE HOUSTON of The Avengers! Plus, the new JOEY RAMONE drops!

Purple Starlight playlist for 05/21/2012

Currently alternating with the Spin Zone on Monday mornings midnight - 3am.

Seattle Public Library playlist for 05/21/2012

We played an hour long story by The Music Tapes about a boy and his neighbor and cloud making, "The 2nd Imaginary Symphony for Cloudmaking."

Trim Mix Party playlist for 05/21/2012

THIS WEEK WE COUNTED DOWN THE TOP 15 BOOM BAP JOINTS OF THE WEEK PLUS WE HAD A SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH PUNCHLINE FROM EMC EDDIE FROM THE COP SHOP AND OXYGEN FROM SPUTNIK BROWN PLUS A COP SHOP REUNION SPECIAL TYME MACHINE MIX

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 05/21/2012

House R&B old school style-digging in the crates! Hosted by Wayne

Sunday Street playlist for 05/20/2012

Our annual celebration of Bob Dylan's birthday (he'll be 71 this Thursday)and the 50th anniversary of the release of his first album. Last night, at The University Cafe, Pete and Maura Kennedy, Rod MacDonald, Russ Seeger, Steve Kaplan, Brian Kachejian, and special guest Caroline Doctorow, did an amazing concert of Dylan songs spanning this fifty year career.

2012 also marks the 45th anniversary of the release of JOHN WESLEY HARDING and the 45th anniversary of the recording of THE BASEMENT TAPES, so today's program noted these milestones as well.