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Smooth Jazz Radio playlist for 11/04/2016

Today's show was intertwined with the annual TEDxSBU live broadcast Heads and Tails. Music was played before, during the break and after the show. It ran from 12 noon to 5PM.

Live from WUSB playlist for 11/04/2016

Live set by Elephant Jake followed by a playlist curated by DJ Spoonfuls along with MD Max (DJ Green-beans)

Mix Tape playlist for 11/03/2016

Fill in by DJ's Spoonfuls, Cosmonaut, and Dead Wax

Steve K playlist for 11/03/2016

New Stones,Pretenders,Bromberg..Fall radiation Show

Trim Mix Party playlist for 11/03/2016

top 20 countdown time machine special guest da the future and more....

Bob Longman Show playlist for 11/03/2016

fill: Bob Longman For Sounds of Film

Blue Grass Time playlist for 11/02/2016

Fall Radiothon continues, 2 hours of bluegrass music

Rock and Roll Rebel Radio playlist for 11/02/2016

The Halloween Hangover Coop-A-Thon : All Alice Cooper!

Rock and Roll Rebel Radio playlist for 11/02/2016

The Halloween Hangover Coop-A-Thon : All Alice Cooper!

Rock and Roll Rebel Radio playlist for 11/02/2016

The Halloween Hangover Coop-A-Thon : All Alice Cooper!

Street FM playlist for 11/01/2016

The Best Thing On A Monday Night/Tuesday Morning.....

Jim Dexter playlist for 11/01/2016

Jim's Show for Tuesday November 1, 2016

Country Pocket playlist for 11/01/2016

Nov. 1 is the ranting/comedy edition of Country Pocket. Rants about how Chris Stapleton's massive critical and commercial success failed to impact commercial radio, Dan Layus and his shockingly convincing transformation into an Americana star and then a few recent tracks with titles that may describe the upcoming election, such as Parsonsfield's "Everyone Dies"

Country Pocket playlist for 11/01/2016

Nov. 1 is the ranting/comedy edition of Country Pocket. Rants about how Chris Stapleton's massive critical and commercial success failed to impact commercial radio, Dan Layus and his shockingly convincing transformation into an Americana star and then a few recent tracks with titles that may describe the upcoming election, such as Parsonsfield's "Everyone Dies"