By DJ CC on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 11:59am
today featuring some new & talented musicians past & present,,,,featuring for Women's History month some special selections, and please pledge for out Spring Radiothon- keepin it live & well for your listening enjoyment,
By DJ CC on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 12:27pm
featuring the complete chamber music of french composer- francis poulenc
By Ludwig Leopold on Mon, 03/15/2010 - 7:15am
GRATEFUL DEAD RADIO all day (still) till MIDNITE
Marc at the wheel of the Bus,
Let's kick off our BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR PHIL with a little local flavor, from the bands first shows at the Nassau Coliseum>> September 8 1973 , a nice chunk of the second set .... super SBD with massive bass and Phil's backing harmonies.
A few days later, (the next shows) are down in Williamsburg VA at William and Mary University .. what makes this show special is the Horn section that joins along to begin the second set. We check that out ....
Our next segment should be called "UnPhiltered" as we explore Phil's composing style with a journey to the Sixth Street Studio Session while rehearsing for Mars Hotel .. we'll examine the evolution of Unbroken Chain & Pride Of Cucamonga.
Early Phil ... OK, how 'bout when he was a College Music Student? May 1959 from a recital of the College of San Mateo Jazz Ensemble and Bigband. Original composition from our featured birthday boy ... Young Phil and his Trumpet.
By purplestarlight on Mon, 03/15/2010 - 6:43pm
Grateful Dead Marathon 6pm- midnight
By Ludwig Leopold on Sun, 03/14/2010 - 5:44am
Grateful-Dead-A-Thon ... Danny Thompson brings in his very own master audience tapes and the stories that go with them....
Yes incredible Reel To Reel Master tape played directly off the actual machine it was recorded on, truly jaw dropping Cal Expo Amphitheatre in Sacramento, CA May 21, 1992.
Thanks Danny that was unbelievably brilliant!
By Krissy Rubbles on Sun, 03/14/2010 - 11:27am
By Ludwig Leopold on Sun, 03/14/2010 - 12:17pm
Grateful Dead_A-Thon edition -- Marc sitting in with LIVE PERFORMANCE from Studio 237
Before the Warlocks or Mother Mcree's Jug Band there was a vibrant country folk/bluegrass community on San Francisco. Music from Joan Baez, Kentucky Colnels, Bill Monroe and others help to illustrate early influences on their music.
By Mr. Edison on Sat, 03/13/2010 - 3:48am
Grateful Dead Marathon Part 1
By Ludwig Leopold on Sat, 03/13/2010 - 10:37am
Grateful Dead A Thon -- March 13 2010 -- thanks Felipito for sharing your timeslot with all of us ....
John Hance programs this evening's happy hour with more rare morsels.... The Wall Of Sound several examples of what it was like in the audience from early summer 1974. Then moving the survey into 1975.
BIG THANKS to John Jay Hance and Scott Vid for coming in this afternoon and sharing all their knowledge......
Mr Edison is back in at 7pm unitl 9:30pm ... Joe V. follows with his special mix up and over the midhight hour.
I'm returning around 1am with more special guests live in the studio playing their favories.
By Mr. Edison on Sat, 03/13/2010 - 8:25pm
Grateful Dead Marathon Hosted by Mr. Edison (again)
By Joe V on Sat, 03/13/2010 - 11:09pm
GD A thon Happy Birthday Dylan/ Happy Birthday Jessica
By Habanero on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 7:17am
Rain, rain! Celebrating spring and women's history month in a watery, musical way.
Visit the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum www.cshwhalingmuseum.org
Fire Island Lighthouse Events www.fireislandlighthouse.com
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 1:17pm
Celebrating Ornette Coleman's 80th Birthday (3/09/1930). Rebroadcast of 3/18/2001w/ guest V. Pedevski surveying the works of Ornette. The original show contains many album tracks and very interesting discussion on the background of the recording sessions and Ornette specifically.
This is a tape (two actually) that I've been carrying around for sometime waiting for the right opportunity. There is no better time than in celebration of Ornette's 80th birthday to do this.
A full album side of classic comedy from Mr Ed the Talking Horse, and the story of Ed The Song Writer
March is Women's History Month so we play a set from Mary Lou Williams, the first woman in Jazz. Live piano quartet from Ronnie Scotts in London from 1954
Getting prepared for St. Patricks Day next week we share a recipe for good 'ol Corned Beef and Cabbage. Real easy and delicious!
Join us again next Friday 11am to 1pm for another helping of Lunchtime. Next week will be a very special radiothon edition!!!