GrooveSession’s Manny Sanchez and G

It is always nice when family comes back to town for a sweaty squeeze. I cauGht up with my brother Manny Sanchez of GrooveSession as they make their way back to Madison on Friday, June 23rd at the Alchemy. I am proud to call these grooveanauts my family as their vibe of spreading goodness and love through music is a contagious thing that hopefully catches on with you, the listener and the ones who see them live in concert. Clearly, each time they head out to a venue, they will loudly threaten you(s) with a good time!! We spoke about what a GrooveSession is and how sweaty does one have to be to know you are doing it right. Manny shared some thoughts on this years Steel Bridge Songfest that they had a chance to be back and a part of, as well as when we might be expecting a new release. Ultimately, you can read about and listen to this group and get the idea, but it isn’t until you go sweat and dance and become friends with this power trio that you fully “get” their true mission of spreading kindness through their grooves.

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Silver Ochre’s Hot Pursuit of Happiness With Thollem Electric

On Saturday, June 24th at 8pm, Arts & Literature Laboratory presents “Silver Ochre’s Hot Pursuit of Happiness with Thollem Electric”. Silver Ochre’s Hot Pursuit of Happiness is a rapid fire live audio/visual experience of an epic journey throughout the continental U.S. by videographer ACVilla and composer/keyboardist, Thollem Electric. Always somewhere between being pursued and pursuing, the bitter sweet existence in 21st century America. This is a distillation of the U.S. and its conflicts between security and liberty and competing ideas of freedom. Thollem and ACVilla have both been traveling around the country for decades and are currently working on a 3 year endeavor called “Who Are U.S.” Silver Ochre’s touring stateside from April 6th – November 19th.

With Thollem on an unruly electronic beast of vintage keyboards, stomp boxes, a microphone and occasional special guests, the music is an amalgam of infinite possibilities bringing together sounds and musics heard around this country. A sonic celebration from the immense array of diversity in our multi-cultural society amid the present and historical struggles for liberty and justice for all. Sometimes it will sound like a million people screaming from which distinct voices percolate, twist, turn and evolve into and out of everything else; a parade of characters that intermingle in love and fury.

I had a chance to catch up with Thollem to discuss this project and what it has turned into and what the future holds in store for both he and ACVilla as this journey adapts and grows. Find out more by listening in to our shared time and maybe even find out how you can experience the “what’s happening” around you.

Find out more here as well.

Thollem & ACVilla

Skeleton Blues

The second portion of the proGram featured tunes to shake your bones at, shrimp bones included. A Big greenarrowradio thank you to Matt Doe of Too Many Zooz for being a part of the show while giving us an idea what a “Brasshouse” is built on:

What the World Needs Now Is Love Sweet Love- The Isley Brothers & Carlos Santana
Put it in The Boogie- Zach Deputy
The Music- Zach Deputy

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Get Out Of My Life Woman- The Fabulous Impacts
Suffering Soul- Guitar Murphy
Baby That;s All- Gentle Uprising
Total Destruction of Your Mind- The Isley Brothers & Carlos Santana

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Take These Memories- Creations
To Be A Man- New World
Wade in the Water- Charlie Chisholm Bosstet
Never Before- San Francisco Committee

Cranberry Sunshine- Melvin Sparks (live at Nectars)
Like a D0g- Trombone Shorty

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Tricerahops- Too Many Zooz
**Prerecorded conversation with Matt Doe of Too Many Zooz**
Brasshouse Vol. 7 No. 69- Too Many Zoz
Kings Avenue- Too Many Zooz Ft. members of Galactic
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Galactica- Bang Data
Black Betty- Caravan Palace
30 HZ Dub Prelude- Gaudi
Tear My Heart- Moon Boots Ft. Lulu James (Nick Trikakis Remix)
Return of the March- Big Mean Sound Machine

Fenway Park and Ride

The first portion of the proGram made sure you were home sweet home, safe with a head first slide and a check of your bags:

Remington- Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier
Nelly- the Deslondes
Hurricane Shakedown- the Deslondes
Light- Moses Guest

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Ain’t it Funny- the Trongone Band
Deep Ellum- North Mississippi All Stars
Girl I Love- Chris Robinson Brotherhood (live)
Tales of Thunder Teeth- Chris Robinson Brotherhood (live)

Stone Cold Rage- Gov’t Mule
Come and Go Blues- Gregg Allman Ft. Warren Haynes (live)
I Can’t be Satisfied- Gregg Allman (live, 1/14/2014)
Whipping Post- Gregg Allman (live, 1/14/2014)
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Rest Cure- Kris Gietkowski
Devil’s Grip- Kris Gietkowski
Piper at The Gate of Time- Fuchsia
Scary Monsters- Anton Barbeau
Strange Roads- Sidewalk Society

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Fun- Blondie
Lower Worlds- Rainer Maria
Everything- The Deadmen
Ground Control- Boss Hog
Elevator- Boss Hog

Waterfront Pre-show

Filled on for an hour before the official start of the proGram, to let some jazz out, well whatever it was, I let it out like this:

Thanatos- Antonella Chionna ft. Pat Battstone, Kit Demos & Richard Poole
Nell’urna molle e segreta- Antonella Chionna ft. Pat Battstone, Kit Demos & Richard Poole
Rather Life- Antonella Chionna ft. Pat Battstone, Kit Demos & Richard Poole
Mission Cimbalom- Marius Preda
98 Strings vs Stern & Preda- Marius Preda ft. Mike Stern
Skin Game (Granny Said It)- Sweet Lu Olutosin Ft. Tyrone Jackson/Donald Brown/Mace Hibbard/Kevin Smith/Lester Walker & Henry Conerway III

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Three Cornered Hat- Bill Cunliffe
Rhythm-a-Ning- Thelonious Monk Quintet
Every Man is a King- Gerald Cannon

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Heaven- Pere Ubu (live at the Knitting Factory)
I Know the Problem- Stringfaced (live at the Knitting Factory)
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There is a G- Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber Ft. Dean Bowman & Julie Brown
Cremate Me- Mike Dillon
Coyote Hearing- Marco Benevento

Too Many Zooz’ Matt Doe – From Subway to Queen B.

Had a chance to catch up with Matt Doe of Too Many Zooz as they will be playing the after party on June 23rd once the Dark Star Orchestra finishes up their “Live on King Street” Performance. Set to hit the Majestic Theater stage around 11pm to help the Madison scene walk into the front door of a “Brasshouse” experience. We spoke about the process of going from NYC subway musicians crafting and tuning their craft up to being found out by the Queen B herself, Beyoncé and how that led to working on her Lemonade album as well as some dates working with her team in a live setting.

With the trend towards electronic instrumentation in music, it’s easy to forget where it all first started: on street corners with real instruments, playing for tips, that is until you’ve heard Too Many Zooz. This three-piece “BrassHouse” band is Matt Doe, Leo P, and King of Sludge. They have now worked with a wide group of artists that is stretching the boundaries of their sound, including friends of the proGram Galactic and Beats Antique, to create a mind opening provocative body shake groove.

Named one to Billboards’ Top 25 Next Big Sound, thanks in part to a video of one of their frenetic subway performances was posted to Reddit and went viral to the tune of over 2.2 million views, and in a very short time amassed a large fan base. If you make your way to the June 23rd show in Madison, you’ll understand why this trio’s mark being left is real and true and set to make a lot of noise heading into the future. Their groove is infectious and easy to move to and all the instruments come together in an explosive climax of sound. Too Many Zooz will definitely force you to reconsider the way you think/listen to music.

A Smoker of an Extra Set

Stayed a little extra in studio to keep the proGram smokin’ it out for you, here’s what kept the buzzers buzzing:

Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite- S.F String Trio
Dominant Force- Aruán Ortiz
Pannonica (Solo)- Thelonious Monk Quintet
Light Blue- Thelonious Monk Quintet

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Track 1- Victor DeLorenzo
Track 2- Victor DeLorenzo
Track 9- Victor DeLorenzo
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Neverafter- Kazutoki Umezu & Samm Bennett (live at the Knitting Factory)
Zo Ble Zo- Expatriate Fantasy Ft. Pheeroan akLaff (live at the Knitting Factory)
Slipshod- Joe Morris’ Sweatshop (live at The Knitting Factory)
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The Night Has a Thousand Eyes- Camille Thurman (live)
Henbane- Jamie Saft/Steve Swallow/Bobby Previte

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When It’s Getting Dark- The Microscopic Septet
I’ve Got a Right to Cry- The Microscopic Septet

Building Reflections

The second portion of the proGram took the angles and mirrored the view back at you:

Tequila- Fantastic Virtues
Meditation of the Soul- Virtues
Buck Dance- Plas Johnson
Sunshine- Magic
Al’s Thing- Al Walton Trio

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Interlude at Roadhouse Eleven- Tape Five
The Magic Slapstick- Tape Five
Crazy World Crazy World- Tape Five
Yellow Ochre Pt2- Vels Trio
40 Point- Vels trio Ft. Shabaka Hutchings

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Get Lost- Washed Out
Workingonit- Abstract Orchestra
Raw Shit- Abstract Orchestra
Take It Back- The Haggis Horns Ft. Doc Brown

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Black Nylon- Bei Bei & Shawn Lee
Kang Ding Love- Bei Bei & Shawn Lee
Muévelo Papi (Club Des Belugas Remix)- Bahama Soul Club
Rumba Fugaz (Jack & Jointz Remix)- Bahama Soul Club
Hired Guns- Big Mean Sound Machine
Burning Van- Big Mean Sound Machine

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Vayn Fun Lebn (Gypsy Tribal Mix)- Lenkkodek
Arum Dem Fayer (Alchemical Mix)- Lekkodek
Dawn Circus- Heliocentrics
Comedown- Zak Damundo
Stop Pretending- Cilantro Boombox
Makossa Con Son- Cilantro Boombox

The Bee’s Backyard

The first portion of the proGram had the natural landscape of a bee day in mind, the wings can take and provide such sweet change:

Montana- Making Movies
Spinning Out- Making Movies
The Cage- Nina Miranda
Capoeira- Nina Miranda
Reflection- Eliot Lipp
Truly- Cigarettes After Sex

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Out of the Wilderness- The Coco Mamas
Move Upstairs- The Coco Mamas
I Want You Bad- Andy T. Band Ft. Alabama Mike

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She Belongs to Me- Chris Robinson Brotherhood (live)
Can You Fool- Pat Monahan & Martina McBride (live)
Melissa- Gregg Allman with Jackson Browne (live)
One Way Out- John Hiatt (live)
Statesboro Blues- Gregg Allman & Taj Mahal (live)
I’m No Angel- Trace Adkins (live)
Midnight Rider- Vince Gill/Zac Brown & Gregg Allman (live)
Dreams- The Allman Brothers Band (live)
Singing Steel- Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier
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The Bride Wore Black- Flogging Molly
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Up in the Hills- Bernie Worrell Ft. Mike Gordon
I Can Fly- Gemma & the Travellers
Snakes- El Michels Affair Ft. Lee Fields
Tearz- El Michels Affair Ft. Lee Fields & The Shacks

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Real Life Baby- Cookin’ on 3 Burners Ft. Emmi
Eastside Theme- East Side Blues
Ain’t No Women (like the one I got)- Melvin Sparks (live at Nectars)
Family Man- Gene Faith

Kim Manning Back in Madison

I had the pleasure of having my pal and Space Queen, Kim Manning back on the show to discuss her upcoming event next Friday June 2nd, from 8-9pm at the Artist’s Studio at Madison Children’s Museum’s Adult Swim “Glow Motion” Event ! (21 & up, 6-10pm). Enjoy a rooftop sunset hoop jam, a phosphorescent cocktail, an incandescent dance party with Dj Yorel & DJ Phil Money. We dove into what those in attendance, glowing and otherwise, can expect from a Kim Manning show, the artistry of roller-skating, contortion as well as singing and dancing with hiGh hoop work paralleling that of Cirque du Soleil. We had a chance to marvel toGether at the road she has taken to become the person she is, one of my favorite people and an inspiration to all who want to get somewhere giving it their all. Being a P-Funk All Star has certainly opened some doors for her, but once your foot is in, it is up to you to keep moving forward into the industries rooms. If you are in or near the Madison Wisconsin area this coming Friday, June 2nd, figure out a way to find out for yourself just how unique of a show Kimmy puts on for you, and get a chance to discuss it with her, a real person, afterwards.

Kim Manning and P Funk

Joey B. Banks & Clyde Stubblefield All Stars

In anticipation of the 20th annual WORT Block Party, this Sunday, May 21st from 11am – 7pm on the 200 Block of Martin Luther King Jr. BLVD in Madison, I reached out to Joey B. Banks to chat about Dr. Clyde Stubblefield and the Clyde Stubblefield All Stars as they will be headlining the party and hit the stage at 5:50pm. Joey B. and I got into the reasons a man like Clyde is so deserving of a tribute band, and how “The Original Funky Drummer’s” legacy will be kept alive and pulsing within the community here in his home of Madison Wisconsin since 1971. We got into discussing the Coalition for the recognition of Clyde Stubblefield and how the music impacted the entire world community and is still, and will always be impacting artists of now and the future. As much of an impact as Clyde was/is with music, he was also a strong believer in giving back and it starts with the youth, which is what make the Madison Area Music Association Clyde Stubblefield Scholarship such a priceless honor to have bestowed to our smiling friend. The music this ALL STAR band will treat the WORT community (which we hope to grow grow grow) to at the Block Party will be many of the easily recognizable and down right FUN-KAY tracks that were worked out with Mr. James Brown, as well as original tracks Clyde had put toGether over the years, so this will be a wide array of grooves that will finish off this event in style.

Clyde & Joey B. Banks – Phot Credit: Sweet William Images

Fluffy, Fluffy the Snail

The second half of the proGram took to heart what a snail might want to listen to while working it:

I Keep on Thinking- Gemma & the Travelers
Love of a Woman Soul of a Man- Gene Faith
4th Chamber- El Michels Affair
How Does Your Garden Grow- Walter Jenkins

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Phanthem- PHO
Pop Top- PHO
Freight Train- Five Alarm Funk
Everywhere I go- the Pimps of Joytime
Ask Yo’ Mama (Ima GroovaLotto)- The GroovaLottos

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Keep it Funky- Hot 8 Brass Band
Sugar Coat- Naughty Professor Ft. Chali 2na & Ivan Neville

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Black & Decker- Monsalve y los Forajidos
Abeja- Monsalve y los Forajidos

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Push Little Dragon
ESP- Harriet Brown
Outro (Athanasi)- Harriet Brown
Systematic- DJ Shadow X Nas

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Life on Earth- Lord Echo
Pilot Dub- Jon Wayne & the Pain
Flabba’s Ipad Dub- Dr. Dubenstein

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Escapar- Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
Global York- AndyFellaz
Mo’libre- AndyFellaz

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Swamp Flight

The first half of the proGram took to fliGht over the swamp of the land and found that the music shall prevail:

I’ll See You in my Dreams- Diana Krall
Judy- Regina Carter
I’ll Chase the Blues Away- Regina Carter
Road Song- Camille Thurman (live at the Rockwood Music Hall)
Anemiques Maracas- Paris Combo

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Something Stupid- Zephaniah Ohora with The 18 Wheelers
Going 2 A Party- Paul Messinger
Shame- Rachel Baiman
Back This Way- The Contribution (live)
Pure Being- Beatie Wolfe

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In the Street- Big Star’s Third Live Ft. Brett Harris & Mike Mills (live, Alex Theatre, Glendale, CA / 4/27/2016)
Red Fish- Matthew Logan Vasquez
Cast Your Fate to the Wind- Paul Shaffer & The World’s Most Dangerous Band Ft. Shaggy

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greenarrowradio promo– Davis Coen
Jesus’ Hand- Davis Coen Ft. Patrick McClary
Is This Too Good?- Vintage #18 (live)
When the Spirit Says Move- Rev Sekou

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Leaving Trunk- Tedeschi Trucks Band (live, Fox Oakland)
Give me Strength- Anthony Rosano & The Conqueroos

Molasses- Charlie Watts Meet The Danish Radio Big Band (live)
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Blue Comedy- Cuong Vu 4Tet Ft. Bill Frisell
Don’t Lose Yourself- Jamie Saft, Steve Swallow & Bobby Previte Ft. Iggy Pop
Boot- Mumpbeak

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Karuna: Hamid Drake & Adam Rudolph

On Friday, April 21st, we in Madison will be fortunate enough to take a musical journey together at Arts & Literature Laboratory. Those in attendance will exist in a space of time shared as one, with Karuna: Hamid Drake & Adam Rudolph. With their new Karuna duet Drake and Rudolph bring their unique and evolved rhythm languages to the fore, reaching to inspire any audience though spirited dialogue.

The name Karuna reflects their ongoing research into the connection of the inner life to musical expression and speaks to the idea of creative action as a gesture of compassion. To help get a sense of the show, I spent a little time with Hamid talking about what those in attendance could expect. We talked about the sounds, the spirit and the sharing that will take place, with percussion and human interaction being the vehicle that drives us to a place of one. Hamid explains the process as he and Adam, who have known one another since the age of 14, create a unique experience that is sure to open the mind’s doors. Both Hamid and Adam have worked with some incredible forces in the scene, from shared time with Don Cherry and Pharoah Sanders to Bill Laswell, Yusef Lateef and Omar Sosa. These two innovators find the pulse of music from all lands, wide and far and translate those into a language that shines down into and onto the listeners. I am thankful to call both these creators friends and am pleased to bring you some of Hamid’s word straight from him. karuna-hamid-drake-and-adam-rudolph-photo-credit-hiroshi-takaoka

Karuna, the new duet of percussionists Hamid Drake and Adam Rudolph, performs at Arts + Literature Laboratory on Friday, April 21, 2017 at 9 pm. This event is sponsored by 89.9FM WORT.

Feel Me, Sea Me

The second portion of the proGram took us out to sea to see what can be seen and felt….We spent a little time during this window of sharing to get cauGht up with the happ’nins of my brother from another musical mother, DeeJay Alex J and sandwich that conversation with a couple of his brand new, club shaking/hip slammin’ joints, a mid-west exclusive from the East coast scene to all of you(s).

Fux With The Tux- Tuxedo
2nd Time Around- Tuxedo
Scooter’s Groove- Tuxedo
On the Spot- Hot 8 Brass Band

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Kang’s Lament- Big Mean Sound Machine
Van Chatter- Big Mean Sound Machine

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Blockchainz- Filastine
Halcyon- Filastine
Let’s Break Up Again- Zillanova
The Glasgow Coma Scale- Zillanova

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Time Travel (4th Dimension)- Soul Science Lab
Supernatural- Soul Science Lab Ft. Raii & Whitney

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Present Tense- Soulwax
The Singer has Become a DeeJay- Soulwax

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Love Is What I Need, Your Love (DJ Alex J’s Futuristic Jazzfunk Mix)- Alex 2morrow Ft. Jason Singh
***Excerpt of the pre-recorded conversation with DeeJay Alex J.***
A Sax Solo (Spanish Jazz Mix)- D Alex J Ft. Tropical Deep
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C U Dance- Cilantro Boombox
Misunderstood- Chico Mann & Captain Planet Ft. Brit Manor
Aguacero- Chico Mann & Captain Planet

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Palm Trees Up Look

The first portion of the proGram took the palm by the frond.

Highway- The Gibson Brothers
Fire on the Mountain- The Bucking Mules
Monterey County- Mipso

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Albatross- The Hooten Hollers
Garlic Dream- The Hooten Hollers
Shine on Me- Dan Auerbach
Darling Shade- The New Pornographers
Mad Shelley’s Letter Box- Robyn Hitchcock

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Under No One Else- Prime Ministers
Dance With Me- The Forty Nineteens
A Stranger on the Shore- The Forty Nineteens
Why Can’t We Live Together- Paul Shaffer & the World’s Most Dangerous Band Ft. Darius Rucker
I Want More (Soul Sacrifice Outro)- Tedeschi Trucks band (Live), Fox Oakland)

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Statues in the Gallery- Kishi Bashi
Made of the Sun- Heliocentrics
Don’t Let the Demagogue Get You Down- Strange Majik Ft. Cherrye J. Davis
Hunt Me Down- The Black Angels
Medicine- The Black Angels

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Katie Blue- Jeb Loy Nichols
Don’t Stop Me- Jeb Loy Nichols
Night Train- the Greg Hatza Organization
Move Over- The Andy Tolman Cartel Ft. Jo Harman

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Fantastic Man- The Atomic Bomb Band
Iceberg- Five Alarm Funk
Mud- The Pimps of Joytime Ft. Ivan Neville
Year of the Funky- Bei Bei & Shawn Lee

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DeeJay Alex J…Wassssup?

Had a chance to catch up with my musical brother from another mother and find out what’s been going on, DeeJay Alex J. Alex and I go way back now and it is our love of diverse sounds and how they blend that has kept us movin & groovin’ toGether through this scene. Alex and I talked about a couple new joints he’s been working on, one included below. We also spoke on the ways and times of now versus then with listening and sharing of sounds, the way he and I and DoodleBUG all got connected up in a circle of remixes as well as the time and process that goes into making the connections and producing the goods. (off air we spoke NCAA championship and sneakers in the closet.)

Here’s the skinny:

Alex 2morrow (aka DJ Alex J) joins musical forces with Australian singer Jason Singh for their standout single on King Street Sounds titled ‘Love Is What I Need (Your Love).’ The featured mix is DJ Alex J’s ‘Future JazzFunk Mix’ that combines Jason’s smooth and silky vocals with jazzy house, tech sounds and live instrumentation.

Check it: Out now on traxsource:
http://www.traxsource.com/track/4135286/love-is-what-i-need-your-love-dj-alex-js-future-jazzfunk-mix

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Stephane Wrembel

The first notes of a good tune, just like the first meetings of two people, give us a lot of interesting insight. I was not surprised at how quickly, Mr. Stephane Wrembel and I hit it off as we discussed his upcoming show in Madison on Sunday, April 2nd at Café Coda. Stephane shared that the event will be a soup of his compositions and the latest respects to Django will accompany those originals.The sounds he has been a part of have resonated with me for years of listening and radio sharing. We discussed which Pink Floyd album we would pick if we were to be stranded on an island…I think by the end we narrowed it down to which album would we NOT have with us. We walked through the musicians on tour and the new album(s), Django Experiment I & II and how making it their own started by recording it like it was a live show, minus the crowd. We discussed how even though this is an album that is an inspired by and a tribute to, Django, how it is in no way an example of being a cover band. I think one listen through and you will certainly agree. It was also a little surprising to learn how the sat down and produced two albums worth of music, when only the one was the oriGinal intention. We spoke of the influences of Django Reinhardt, the energy and explosion of New York and the love love love of Zappa. I learned if I give Stephane thirty minutes of my show, that it is very likely the listeners (and myself) will want an hour. Radio, and particularly the conversations with the artists I choose to speak with always help my eyes and mind open up wide to understand what music means/does to people, artists or otherwise…so when we talked about the timeline of Stephane’s life, the way music was/is as he has gone from nomadic creator to world traveler, I felt like this cat is one of those that people that others will want to create artistic experiments around, to celebrate the contribution and imprint left….and he’ll make you think about an apple differently than you may have before. Also, Stephane reveals a secret he intends to do each year on January 23rd. Oh, it’s in here.

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Please enjoy our conversation and maybe get yourself out for a great show.

Up Dropped Down Sun

The first portion of the reGularly scheduled program too a look up, when the sides were down:

Time to Give- Sera Cahoone
Sail Away Ladies- Kyle Alden
If I had my Way- Chatham County Lines
Compass- Sierra Hull
Blue Skies- Mountain Heart

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Serenade for Dogs & Mermaids- Liset Alea
List of Equipment- Lusterlit
War- Arum Rae (unplugged)
Fires Down in Mexico- Matthew Logan Vasquez

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Love Sick- Bettie Serveert Ft. Peter Te Bos
I Can’t Hold on- the Black Lips
Ugly Love me- Old Maybe

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Viper’s Dream- Stephane Wrembel
Double Scotch- Stephane Wrembel
Specimen- Paris Combo

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greenarrowradio promo- Jim Gustin & Truth Jones
Live With Yourself- Jim Gustin & Truth Jones
Wake Up Baby- Big Bill Morganfield
Hold Me Baby- Big Bill Morganfield
Coolest Fool- Delta Moon

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Whole Lotta Rosie- Hurricane Ruth
greenarrowradio promo- Professor Louis & the Crowmatix
Crow Jane- Samantha Fish
Right on Time- Tedeschi Trucks Band (live from the Fox, Oakland)
This House Ain’t a Home- Coco Hames
If You Ain’t Mine- Coco Hames

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Deep Ride Out

Did a little before show extra time for open schedule, had to get these wild sounds out of the music baG and into your earholes:

Thus We Have Made The World- Thinking Plague
Something Must Happen- Chicago/London underground

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The Sea- Brother Ah
Doll of the Bride- Will Calhoun

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Sinuosa- Chico Pinheiro/Edu Ribeiro/Felipe Salles/Tiago Costa/Bruno Migotto
BR- Chico Pinheiro/Edu Ribeiro/Felipe Salles/Tiago Costa/Bruno Migotto
School Days- Earprint
Happy- Earprint
Caffeinated Culture- Lisa Hilton

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Super Mario Bros.- Tina Guo
Too Numb- O.R.K.
Heaven Proof House- O.R.K.

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Tamby- Dawen Muhammed
Nadusilma- Ahmed Abdul Malik

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