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8/26/06 Percussion Concussion

Once Upon a Time, Cirque du Soleil
Compound, Rhythm Devils
Napalm for Breakfast, Rhythm Devils
Bones, Mickey Hart + Planet Drum
Earth + Fire, Uakti
Gelewenwe, Babatunde Olatunji
the Constitution, Rufus Harley
Como soy Cubano, Habana Abierta
If it don’t fit/don’t force it, Melvin Sparks band
Dance to the Music, the Clinton administration
Rhythm & Biz, Ken Clark Organ trio
Burning Down the House, T. Jones/the Cardigans
Handcuffed to a Fence in Missi., Jim White
I’ll go Crazy, Garcia/Grisman
Dirty Drawers, Vassar Clements
Doc Hanna Blues, Ned Evett/Franck Vigroux
Sailing On, the Derek Trucks Band
Concrete Jungle, Bob Marley & the Wailers
Change the World, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Baby Blue, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Crimson & Clover, Evil Stig
You got a Problem, Evil Stig
Fresh Feeling, EELS
30 Days in a Hole, Gov’t Mule (live)
Soulshine, Gov’t Mule (live)
One arm Steve, Widespread Panic
All She Wrote, Ray Davies
World in Harmony, Fleetwood Mac (live 1969)
I will, Al & the Transamericans
Waiting for the Punchline, Al & the T.A
Move with You, Pork Tornado
When I get Drunk, Pork Tornado
Why, Mandi Perkins
Caroline, Michelle Lewis

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Kenny Laguna..tell us how you really feel.

Kenny Laguna is a long time member of the music community, as performer, songwriter, and producer. His body of work spans many genres, demonstrating his versatility and ability to create artist appropriate music. Through his multifaceted talent, his style is always apparent. Kenny started his career as a performer, having hits with music greats such as The Ohio Express and The Lemon Peppers. At sixteen, he was producing Bill Medley and churning out Bubblegum hits. During his sessions with Bill Medley, he met and began working with Darlene Love, Phil Spectors legendary lead voice (“Leader of the Pack” and the Lethal Weapon movie series). He went on to produce the soundtrack to an Andy Warhol movie called Lonesome Cowboys. He was a member of Tommy James and the Shondels as the keyboard player and background singer. Kenny produced Jay and the Americans, Tony Orlando, and Edwin Star, as well as for The Who’s record label in London. n the late seventies, he wrote and produced new wave punk hits for the legendary Beserkley Record Label with artists such as Jonathan Richmond and Greg Kihn. Kenny was asked to produce Bow Wow Wow. The outcome of these sessions was a hit called “I Want Candy.” Around the same time, he began working with Joan Jett. This collaboration marked the beginning of a long-standing partnership between Kenny and Joan. He has been with Joan from the start of her solo career as a producer, co-collaborator, and musician. He has worked with Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill (the riot-girl band) as well as a project called Evil Stig. For this project Joan Jett took the role of Lead singer for the band The Gits, who lost their own lead singer to rape and murder. The murder was unsolved, thus Evil Stig was born, a CD from which proceeds would go to the investigation to find Zapata‘s murderer. Mia Zapata‘s words live on through Evil Stig. Listen to Kenny tell it how he sees it, as we discuss the new Joan Jett & the Blackhearts album SINNER, the current administration and to be or not to be a producer.

It is a pleasure to speak with Kenny Laguna at any time. Hear it Here.

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Della Britton-Baeza…More than Fundraising

If when you hear, the Jackie Robinson Foundation, you think that they are involved in baseball or merely giving money to needed young adults, well than this conversation is for you. If you thought, like I did, that there IS a museum dedicated to Jackie Robinson‘s life in baseball and his triumphs and battle in society, then you need to check this out. If sometimes you only think of yourself or feel like the world is going in the wrong direction, take 26 minutes to learn more about what the JRF is up to and how you can pitch in to assist those students who have the leadership qualities and dedication to work harder than most and become important voices in our future communities. And I am not talking dollars and cents, more like thoughtfulness and comon sense. I hope you will take the time to listen to the Foundation’s charismatic and energetic President/CEO, MS. Della Britton-Baeza, and always remember to think about others……it only takes some time.

DELLA AND MR.G CONVERSATION HERE.

I want to thank Della and Gary for helping to make this talk happen, as well as the work they accomplish each day.

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August 19th…Thank You Jackie Robinson

Panama Red, New Riders of the Purple Sage
It’s Alright w/Me, New Riders
Kick in the Head, NRPS
Thank the Day, New Riders of the Purple Sage
Too Much Monkey Business, Leon Russell
Jezebel, Leon Russell
Keep on Truckin’, Donovan
Amazing Journey/Sparks, The Who
the Jonez, Blue Miracle
American Way, Nathaniel Street-West
Infidel, Nathaniel Street-West
Into the Open, Heartless Bastards
Cocaine, James Kochalka Superstar
Stash in the Box, James Kochalka Superstar
This Time…., Dj Shadow
Mosquito Moan, Paul Geremia
Have a Lucky Day, Morphine
All Wrong/Shame, Morphine
Concoction, Depth Quartet
After Midnight, Merl Saunders & Friends
MyKia’s Dance, Melvin Sparks
Angel in the Desert, Honeytribe
Get Ready, Oteil & the Peacemakers
Angelina, Tony Tyler Trance
Pleasant Garden, the Derek Trucks Band
Sexy Side of You, George Clinton & P Funk
Honeybee Blues, Tao of Groove
She Went Around, Tao of Groove
Paradigm, Prince & George Clinton
Onion Patch, Melvin Sparks
Frankie, Paul Geremia
You got a Problem, Evil Stig

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A Moment with Merl Saunders Jr.

Hammond B3 player Merl Saunders has recorded with numerous renowned artists since the early ’70s and has led many of his own dates in a variety of genres from jazz to blues to new age to rock. Born on Valentine’s Day, 1934 in San Mateo, CA, Saunders began learning to play the piano at the age of 10. He was a classmate and bandmate of Johnny Mathis through junior high school. Saunders decided on music as a profession after seeing how much fun was had by audience and performers alike at concerts by such musicians as Cab Calloway. He apprenticed early on with Jimmy Smith for a time, and attended various music schools. Starting in the 1960s, Saunders collaborated on and off with Jerry Garcia, and the Grateful Dead. He also began working as a jazz keyboardist in the early ’70s, and since has performed and recorded with Harry Belafonte, Frank Sinatra, Lionel Hampton, Miles Davis, B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt and Paul Butterfield. One of his several albums with Jerry Garcia, Blues From the Rainforest, hit the Top 5 of the U.S. Billboard New Age charts in the early ’90s.

If you don’t already know, you need to find out. Check out the MERL SAUNDERS WEBSITE.

Listen to my conversation with Merl Saunders Jr. Here.

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VINX : live at REAL ART WAYS

Tonight, August 17th from 6-9PM, Vinx will be bringing his One man. One voice. One drum style art to the floor of the REAL ART WAYS in Hartford Connecticut as part of their alternative multidisciplinary arts CREATIVE COCKTAIL event held every third thurday of each month. It is written that once upon a time (1990) in Santa Monica, CA, a famous musician (that would be Sting) wandered into a club to wait out the rain and was so enthralled with the performer on stage (that would be Vinx) that he signed him to a record deal and helped produce his debut album (that would be Rooms in My Fatha’s House). Although he had a gig back in 1978 as a percussionist for Taj Mahal, Vinx was a world-class triple-jumper. In fact, in 1980 he posted the second best jump in the world, but the United States boycotted the Moscow Olympics, and after an injury at the 1984 Olympic trials in Los Angeles, Vinx embarked on his musical career as a vocalist and percussionist. He recorded and toured with the likes of Ernie Watts, Rickie Lee Jones, and Toni Childs before forming his own band of drummers and hitting Europe, where he played the Montreux Jazz Festival between Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter.
The list of talented musicians that Vinx has collaborated grows as I type, be sure to check him out in Hartford or any other place you get the chance.

LISTEN TO MY CHAT WITH VINX HERE.

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Buddy Cage of New Riders & the Purple Sage

New Riders Steel Pedal Guitar man and I chat promoting the upcoming show at the Riverside Club in Danielson, CT. Check them out here.

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As one of the New Riders of the Purple Sage (replacing Jerry Garcia in 1971), Cage has sold over 4 million records. As an independent recording specialist, he has performed on over 10 gold & platinum records.
For Bob Dylan:
* “Blood On The Tracks”
* “Biograph”
* “Official Bootleg Tapes”
NRPS:
* “Panama Red”
* “Powerglide”
* “Home, Home On The Road”
* “Gypsy Cowboy”
Also:
* Recorded w/Grateful Dead members Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart & GD lyricist Robert Hunter (“Tales Of The Rum Runners”), * 4 multi-platinum albums w/Anne Murray and the partnerships and success go on. Check out more online

8/12/06 Night Crawling in Cromwell

The Constitution, Rufus Harley
Amazing Grace, Rufus Harley
You’ve got the Best in Town, Band of Gypsys
Stone Free, Buddy Miles/Billy Cox
This Time, I’m Gonna.., DJ Shadow
Hot Cookin’, G Love
You Mus’ve Been a Beautiful Baby, Dr. John
Let Down, Easy Star All Star + Toots Maytal
Climbing up the Walls, Easy Star All Stars
Bittersweet, Galactic
Bongo Joe, Galactic
Doomed, Galactic
1st Vietnamese War, the Black Angels
Sniper @ the Gates of Heaven, the Balck Angels
Hello Lover, Johnnie Burton
Baby Blue, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Why You Wanna Bring Me Down, Honeytribe
Soul Roach, Merl Saunders
You Can LEave Your Hat On, Merl Saunders & Friends
1021, Depth Quartet
Matthau, Depth Quartet
A real gone guy, Joe Krown Organ Trio
Sexy Side of You, George Clinton & P Funk
the Jonez, Blue Miracle
Witness, Nathaniel Street-West
American Way, Nathaniel Street-West
Infidel, Nathaniel Street-West
Killing Time, Jonah Smith
Behind the Moon, Matt Costa
78% H20, Ani DiFranco
Feelin’ Alright, Dave Mason
Electric Rodeo, Shooter Jennings
Some Rowdy Women, Shooter Jennings
the constitution, Rufus Harley

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ONE WORLD ‘GREENARROW’ RADIO.

Loyin’ Loyin’, Babatunde Olatunji
Dance of the Hunter’s Fire, Mickey Hart
Croc Gossip, Michael Case Kissel
Obsession, Mickey Dread
Diga Ai, joanna
Asalto Navideno, El Gran Combo
Beggin’ for my Love, Bunnie Brissett
Mother Don’t Cry, Cedell Marley Booker
Mr. Simon, Souzy Kasseya
Colonel Fraser, Jerry O’ Sullivan
Ti Citron, 3 Moustaphas 3
Satan Dub, Lee “Scratch” Perry
Old Man’s Song, Airto
Blow, Wind, Blow, Dzintars
Liza, Kanda Bongo Man
Spirit of the Forest, Baka Beyond
La Mule, Malicorne
I go Ka, Ali Farke Toure/Taj mahal
Jarabi, Toumani Diabate
Equal Rights, Peter Tosh (live)
You’re on my Mind, Ken Boothe
Joke’s on you, Blue Riddim Band
Cuban Connections, Outback
Water Drums I, Baka Forest people
T’Boli, Dr. Didj
earth/fire/the turning point, UAKTI
Tabla Solo, Zakir Hussain
3rd Stream, Jake Shimabukuro
This is IT/Bambu, Melvin Sparks
Levan polka, Loituma

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8/5/06 NEW MUSIC FOR ALL

Plastic Fantastic Lover, Jefferson Airplane
JPP McStep Blues, Jefferson Airplane
Can’t stop lovin’ you, Wolfman Washington
Cadillac Woman, Walter “Wolfman” Washington
Can’t Help Fallin’ Apart, Walter Trout
Only You and I know, Dave Mason
Power of Soul, Billy Cox/Buddy Miles
Manic Depression, Buddy Miles/Billy Cox
Tomorrow Never KNows, the Beatles
Trouble Every Day, Frank Zappa
Body in the Lake, Col. Bruce Hampton
Hot Cookin’, G-Love
What I do, Donald Fagan
Hole in the Sky, Johnnie Burton
You got a Problem, Evil Stig
Crimson & Clover, Evil Stig
Drunks, Evil Stig
Riddles, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Baby Blue, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Little Dog, Blue Miracle
C.C. Rider, Pedro Arevalo
American Way, Nathaniel Street-West
Fish to Fry, the Ditty Bops
Your Heads too Big, the Ditty Bops
Going Fetal, Eels
Don’t stop til…, Keller Williams
Birdsong, Keller Williams
Decree, Ani DiFranco
Hot Barbeque, Melvin Sparks
Hunk o’ Funk, Mclemore Avenue
the Elevator, Particle
Toastmaker’s Revenge, Jake Shimabukuro
Blues from the Rainforest, Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia
Lasidan, Ali Farke Toure/Ry Cooder
Top Floor, Bottom Buzzer, Morphine
A Good Woman is Hard to Find, Morphine
Take me w/you, Morphine

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On the Bus with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

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Oh it was hot. The entire time. However it was worth every drop of sweet rock and roll sweat that rolled between my buttcheeks. I had the honor of being put on Ms. Joan Jett’s guest list and was treated very well by all. Got on the Blackheart bus, which was a fine source of air conditioning also might I add. Immediately began chatting with Manager/Producer Kenny Laguna. A hell of a nice guy with a lot to talk about. I am all ears. Ms. Jett was cooler than the aforementioned A.C. I want to thank Elliot and Julie for the experience and the show. The set consisted of a nice mix of old and new. Joan started off with Bad Reputation and Ch-ch-ch Cherry Bomb, Change the World, ACDC, Riddles and Five, off of Sinner the new release that if you don’t have you need to go get. They closed down with classics, Crimson and Clover and I love Rock and Roll. It was a good as that list looks. Stay tuned for a conversation with Kenny Laguna and another visit with the band before the September 1st show at the Woodstock Fair in Woodstock CT.

Thanks to the BLACKHEARTS.

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Dickey Betts in Enfield. Thanks to Pedro.

The Mrs. of the G and I were fortunate enough to hook up with Pedro Arevalo, the bass player for Dickey Betts Great Southern. We were treated like part of the family right away, introduced to many of the members of the band including Twinkle, D-Wayne and even Mr. Betts himself. We were hanging out on the tour bus talking about music and life. We watched the show from right next to the stage and we held onto our backstage pass like it was a true gift. The whole experience was like being invited to the family picnic and needing nothing but a good attitude, and fun will be had by all. And it was. Thanks to Pedro and DBGS for allowing us to be apart of the family for one night.

Check out some of the photos from the show.

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For Don’s Mom…..

This show goes out to Don’s mom. May she rest in peace.

Middle-Aged Blues, Saffire
Lightnin’ in these Thunder Thighs, Saffire
Shakin’ All Over, the WHO
Bargin, the WHO
Bony Moronie, the WHO
Let’s See Action, THE who
Locomotive Breath, Jethro Tull
You’ve got me Rockin’, Carl Palmer PM
Skin it Back, Littlefeat
That Ain’t Right, Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks
This is Us, Knopfler & Harris
Little White Lines, Shooter Jennings
Few & fer between, Ms. Shannon Curfman
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, Jonny Lang
Something you’ve got, B.B. King & Koko Taylor
Whole nutha Thang, Keb Mo
Viva la Revolution, Tony Tyler trance
Hot Cookin’, G Love
we’ll dance on the ashes..,the beautiful girls
these are the armies of the tyrannized, Kaki King
Millennium Theater, Ani DiFranco
Searching for Something, Michelle Lewis
Cold December, Matt Costa
Oh Dear, Matt Costa
From the Bottom Up, Dayna Kurtz
Railroad Earth, Railroad Earth
Bittersweet, galactic
mercamon, Galactic
Debbies Jungle Boogie, Skeebo Knight
Cold Duck Time, Drive-by Leslie
the Harmonious G8, Banco De Gaia
the JB Grove, Julien Kasper Band

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Toby Marks is Banco de Gaia.

I had the distinct honor to chat with Mr. Toby Marks (A.K.A. Banco de Gaia) about his new album FAREWELL FERENGISTAN as well as where he lives and a little about the attempt to Free Tibet. Here is a bit of info for you and then listen to our conversation.
We live at a time when we face some of the greatest challanges of our history. Can we afford to lose a people and culture which has understood and lived for thousands of years in harmony with an eocsystem which we seem to be fighting a losing battle with? Can we afford to let a vast repository of spiritual and human understanding which could benifit us all be destroyed to make way for more mines and factories which would only benefit some? The Tibetans will not use violence in their opposition to their oppressors – can we afford to wash our hands of them and accept that it is alright for the strong and ruthless to dominate the weak and principled? Our governments may not be prepared to stand up for what they say they believe in – freedom, human rights, democracy – for fear of rocking the trade boat, but we as individuals can; we can show our support for the Tibetan people, we can push for our public servants to do something to help, and at least the Tibetans will know that they are not alone in their fight to preserve their culture and beliefs, that others around the world also believe in the spirit, the heart and the dream of a world free of power-weilding bullies and their silent allies who look the other way.

For more information on the historical and present situation in Tibet, and details of what you can do to help, contact:

International Campaign For Tibet
1735 Eye Street
NW, Suite 615
Washington D.C.
20006

U.S.A.
Tel: 202 785 1515
Fax: 202 785 4343
Free Tibet Campaign
1 Rosoman Place
London EC1R 0JY.

Email: tibetsupport@gn.apc.org

Listen here to our conversation

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7/22/06 a wild week ahead.

I love my Baby, Canned Heat
Sniper at the Gates of Heaven, Black Angels
Sin’s a good man’s Brother, Gov’t Mule
Break on Through, S.T.P
Underwater Fall, the Doors
Hot Lava, Perry Ferrell & Wyclef
Be the Rain, Neil Young
Gimme one Reason, Clapton & Chapman
Gypsy Woman, George Clinton & P Funk
go go, Galactic
Percussion interlude, Galactic
Everybody Wants Some, Galactic
Chocolate City, the Clinton Administration
Good Friends Good Music, Skeebo Knight
East West, M.Clark/P.Jackson,M.Wagnon
Jacket full of Bees, Julien Kasper band
Uncle Sulky, Club d’Elf
Space Rooster, Cosmic Farm
Mama was an Opium Smoker, Rasputina
Barracuda, Rasputina
The 1st Vietnamese War, Black Angels
Safe Bet, Sweet Leaf Boys
Mind your own Business, Delta 5
Never Cried for you, Michelle Lewis
Hyacinth House, the Doors
U.B. Jesus, David Byrne
Love you like a Woman, Koko Taylor
I love a love like you, Koko Taylor
Wang Dang Doodle, Koko Taylor
Another Joe, Melvin Sparks
All Day All Night, Melvin Sparks
Money, Melvin Sparks
2% Body Fat, Robert Walters
Scarlet Begonias, Jazz is Dead

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Melvin Sparks…talk to me Melvin.

Melvin Sparks is the Essential Guitar Player! He’s The Master Of The Groove! The Acid-Jazz Pioneer! The Originator of Soul Jazz, Old School Acid Jazz & BarbecueFunk(FUNKJAZZ). Sparks recorded seven albums of his own and played on over 100 other albums. As a session man for Blue Note and Prestige Records, Sparks laid his signature guitar work on many other musician’s albums without ever being in spotlight. It was during this time that Melvin defined the jazz-guitar sound of a generation. Melvin Sparks is still a much sought-after studio player, both new and old talents seek him out now more than ever. He continues to perform with the greats of this genre such as Leon Spencer Jr., Mike Clark and Idris Mohammed and is now breaking out his legendary guitar wizardry with many younger bands and artists such as Galactic, The Greyboy Allstars, Karl Denson’s Tiny Univers, Derek Trucks and Robert Walter’s 20th Congress. Melvin is geared up to show us all what he does better than anyone else. Groove hard and in the pocket. Melvin Sparks has perhaps the most inspiring and soul-energizing guitar chops on this planet or another. He is admired by many performers, and audiences old and young alike, but continues to be a hidden treasure for music fans worldwide. He is Soul-Jazzy and Funky to the core!

Listen to Melvin Sparks and I talk about his shows here.

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Galactic’s Jeff Raines talks shop.

Galactic was born in the early ’90s, after two Washington DC punks – guitarist Jeff Raines and bassist Robert Mercurio – relocated to New Orleans and found themselves intoxicated by the sounds of the scene that nurtured The Meters, Professor Longhair, the Neville Brothers and Dr. John. Galactic has created a far-reaching canon informed by ongoing influence from a wide range of genres, including hip-hop, blues, pop, and electronica. Now, with six albums and countless landmark live shows to its credit, now, once again headed to new territory—for now, as an instrumental powerhouse. While the band has always embraced stylistic changes and relished its musical adventures, its instrumental chops have never wavered. On the road and in its own New Orleans studio, Galactic continues to reinvent itself, inspiring its ever-growing fan base with ongoing artistic evolution, synthesizing the most thrilling elements of vintage and contemporary styles to keep the party rolling. Galactic will be at Toad’s Place Friday July 21.


Listen to Jeff talk about Katrina and music.

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A quick Cello w/Rasputina’s Melora.

A very brief chat with the founder of one of the coolest bands without a guitar since Morphine( at least for me). Melora was on her way from upstate NY to her next destination with a stop over at the infamous Toad’s Place in New Haven. Rasputina is a “cello-rock” ensemble. Founded by Melora Creager in 1891, they have long held true to their mission of enlightening the common man as to the power and versatility of the mighty cello. Historically influenced, and constantly costumed, Rasputina keeps a small legion of incredibly passionate admirers enthralled with their earnest musicianship.

Listen to our short talk here.

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7/15/06 WOMEN IN MUSIC….

So, I decided to do a featute this week on WOMEN IN MUSIC, not really my list of the greatest women to perform but more of a collection of voice/music/sounds all created and presented by women. I featured a wide range from Ms. Aretha to Queen Janis, rocker Joan Jett to the duel cello-sounds of Zoe and Melora of RASPUTINA. Newcomers Susan Cagle, Mandi Perkins and in studio guest Michelle Lewis certainly have awakened a new mucial beast, one the listeners have responded to well. We ended the show w/ the beautiful voice of Kimber Manning from her album Eventually, her classy rendition of WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD reminds us why we wake.

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WOMEN IN MUSIC SETLIST FOR 7/15/06
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Baby, I love you, Aretha Franklin
Trouble in Mind, Janis Joplin*
Ball & Chain, Janis Joplin*
Me & Bobby McGee, Janis Joplin*
My Best Friend, Jefferson Airplane
3/5 of a Mile in 10 seconds, Grace Slick
Oh Atlanta, Alison Krause
Get Right With God, Lucinda Williams
No Riders, Shannon Kurfman
The Weight, Shannon Kurfman
Riddles, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
A.C.D.C., Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Baby Blue, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Save Me, Ruth band
Why, Mandi Perkins
Shakespeare, Susan Cagle
Transitional, Susan Cagle
Picante, Charro
This Time Around, Michelle Lewis
Someday, Michelle Lewis
Caroline, Michelle Lewis#
5th Floor Song, Michelle Lewis#
Never Cried for You, Michelle Lewis#
The Sea, Morcheeba
Summertime, Morcheeba
Barracuda, Rasputina
Beloved, Thievery Corp w/Anoushka Shankar
Angels, T.C w/Wax Poetic feat. Norah Jones
Dreams, the Cranberries
Just Leave, Lisa Bourne
Sunday Girl, Blondie
Bold As Love, the Pretenders
What a Wonderful World, Kimber Manning
* Live at monterey Pop Festival
# At WHUS Studios

listen here to the entire in-studio visit.
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