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Clam Radio playlist for 06/18/2011

We celebrate Paul McCartney's 69th birthday.

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 06/17/2011

Blues with a Feeling w/L'Hommedieu

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 06/17/2011

Blues with a Feeling w/L'Hommedieu

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 06/17/2011

Don't Start Me To Talkin'

Interzone with Chris Phillips playlist for 06/17/2011

This show is dedicated to my brother. May his travels be safe...

Mix Tape playlist for 06/16/2011

engineered in a way unlike whatever it is that engineering really is... or exactly the same

a bunch of songs were deleted off the playlist That I don't Rememberrrr heaeaehafrklsdga;khdfg yeahhh!

Clam Radio playlist for 06/16/2011

Singer songwriter from New Zealand, Peter Kearns is our guest.

High Technology Radio playlist for 06/16/2011

G-low filling in!

The Bayou playlist for 06/16/2011

A set for Dr Sylvia Earle who spoke at Berkner Hall today; Father's Day coming on Sunday, One for the (Summer) Solstice...

Organized Confusion playlist for 06/15/2011

Had a blast making this one, lots of new rock and punk covers. The new music showcase thing I have going on later in the show is definitely worth checking out. As per usual, I played too much Clash in one sitting.

Oprah's Handbag playlist for 06/15/2011

cheesy gordita crunch

Blues At Dawn playlist for 06/15/2011


Blue Grass Time playlist for 06/15/2011

2 Hours of Bluegrass Music, new releases by Audie Blaylock, Russ Carson & Donna Ulyesse
Re releases of McPeak Bro. & Bill Harrell

Everything Is Broken playlist for 06/14/2011

Should be a real fun show - our featured guest is artist Pablo Solomon. Pablo’s sculptures, drawings, paintings and other design work of have graced some of the finest collections in the US and Europe for the past 40 years. He is known around the globe for his drawings and sculptures of dancers. We will be discussion art and politics. http://www.pablosolomon.com

AND … We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe – for another segment of our SYNERGY project. My image inspired David’s essay “MIDNIGHT CHOIR”. be sure to view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com NOTE: David’s other writings can be found at http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith

And lastly, our pal Steve Wiehe will check in from Florida to give us his take on events.

MUSIC today from the legendary Roy Orbison's terrific album, “Black and White Night”