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Cookin’ Tunes Up Rare

The final portion of this week’s proGram gave you some rare grooves of tastiness. Put it into your ear-hole until satisfied properly:

Brown Thang- The Eminent Stars
Interlude- Bob & Gene
Gotta FInd a Way- Bob & Gene
Pod to Pod- The Andy Tolman Cartel

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One Hot Afternoon- Patrick Cowley
Boogie Storm- Nightshifters

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Life- Stanton Moore
Is Anyone There?- Rob Wasserman
Landing- Victor Wooten, Dennis Chambers, Bob Franceschini
Cupid- Victor Wooten, Dennis Chambers, Bob Franceschini Ft. Varijashree Venugopal
Ikarus’ Dream- Quadro Nuevo & Cairo Steps

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When We Die (the Heatwave Remix)- Tricky
Fiorucci (Aimes Remix)- Ursula 1000
Stand up Straight (In Flagranti Remix)- Ursula 1000 & Sal P.

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None of the Above- Ancient Astronauts Ft. Mustafa Akbar
Good Times Roll (Ephwurd Remix)- GriZ Ft. Big Gigantic

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Ipiros (Kithara Remix)- Syrniana
Bombay (edit)- DJ Vibe

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Muse- The Ellameno Beat
Keep On Keeping On- Micah Shemiah
Browne’s Interlude- New Kingston
Meditation- New Kingston
Reggae Music’s Playing- New Kingston
Ta Limado- Michael Irie

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Start it Up- Ziggy Marley (Live at KCRW)

Maine View Point

The first portion of the reGularly scheduled program took in the views from the lighthouse:

Lights Pass By- Mosquitos
Lowdown- Charlie Parr
Last Man Standing- Korby Lenker

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Dingus Rod- Tom Devil & the Wizard
Conquistador- Guantanamo Baywatch

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The Quiet Smiling Man- Permanent Clear Light
Transmissions- The Paperweight Array
Icarus Come Fly With Me- Cat Frequency
Rock and Roll Woman- Stay
Lovely Cuppa Tea- The Chemistry Set

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Die Alone- Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real Ft. Lucius
My Only True Friend- Gregg Allman

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Loose Lipped Woman- Jim Stephens Ft. Boy Wonder
The Blues Ain’t Going Nowhere- Rick Estrin & the Nightcats
Guitar Slinger- Savoy Brown
I’m Tore Down- Benny Turner

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***Pre-Recorded Conversation with Missy Andersen***
Whole Lotta Nuthin’- Missy & Heine Andersen (live)
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Vinyl- Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers
Better Days- Ashley Raines & The New West Revue
Hi Fidelity Man- Laura Rain & The Caesars

Hummingbird Stare Down

The first portion of the program was an early arrival fill in before the actual show starts. Here’s what happened when the staring beGan:

Bear- Abraham Brody
Other Eyes- Jane Ira Bloom
Cornets of Paradise- Jane Ira Bloom

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Angela (Theme from Taxi)- Joe Policastro Trio
Columbus Circle Stop- Gerald Cannon
Yardbird Suite (vocal version) Ft. Gregory Porter- Donny McCaslin, Ben Monder, Craig Taborn, Eric Harland, Scott Colley & Mark Guiliana
Après vous (The Apotheosis of Charlie Parker) (Vocal Version of “Au Privave”)- Camille Bertault, Donny McCaslin, Ben Monder, Craig Taborn, Scott Colley & Eric Harland

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Invitation- Mark Whitfield (live Rockwood Music Hall)
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Zirkus Macabre- Phillip Gerschlauer, David Fiuczynski, Jack DeJohnette, Matt Garrison & Giorgi Mikadze
Mikro Steps- Phillip Gerschlauer, David Fiuczynski, Jack DeJohnette, Matt Garrison & Giorgi Mikadze
The Barrier- Jamie Saft, Steve Swallow & Bobby Previte

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East Philly- Matt Cappy
The Last One- Matt Cappy
Bae (interlude)- Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Ft. Lawrence Fields
Diaspora- Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Ft. Elena Pinderhughes
The Reckoning- Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
Aggrandize- E Scott Linder
Proleptical- E Scott Linder

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Fire- The Ed Palermo Big Band Ft. Napoleon Murphy Brock
Move, Move, Move- Flying Horse Big Band
Sunny Day- Pascal Bokar
Flamenco- Adam Ben Ezra

Missy Andersen in Madison

I had the chance to catch up with friend of the proGram, Missy Andersen as she and her husband, Heine, bring their dynamic duo of Soul Americana to The Brink Lounge this Saturday, August 26th. We had not spoken in an interview type format since 2014 so we played a little catch up learning what has filled the great space between chats. Award nominations, festivals and judging incredible performers shows and always bringing it back to the duo seemed to be what’s been happening. We talked about how with just the two of them up on stage, it will most likely not sound like there are just two people going at it, Heine’s ability to make one sound like many is showcased along with Missy’s “soulstress” vocals and cool delivery, this is one of those events that you’ll be thanking me after you catch it.

Missy attests that while they travel to many places around the world, there has been some “grey areas” when it came to the U.S.A. and they are filling in some of those spaces with a stop here in Madison. We discussed a new possible project of “Main Street Chronicles”; maybe I can be in the band? I think you can tell by the way Missy and I go back and forth that the evening will be filled with good time for you body, mind and soul. I think you deserve that.

IBC-by-Nadja-Boyd

About to Come Out Of It

Stayed an extra hour to air some things out…come on out of your skin:

Anything Goes- Calabria Foti
Big Bill- Jane Ira Bloom
Eronel- Fred Hersch

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Jeru Concerto (Interlude)- Brian Landrus Orchestra
Orchids- Brian Landrus Orchestra
Arise- Brian Landrus Orchestra
Divided We Stand- Andy Adamson Quintet
Transparent Dream- Andy Adamson Quintet
An Afterlife for Berta Caceres- The Liberation Music Collective

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Solar- Shelly Berg & David Finck
3rd World- Shelly Berg & David Finck
Interlude- Vadim Neselovskyi Trio
Who Is It?- Vadim Neselovskyi Trio

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Saura de Nazareth- Ron Francis Blake
I Hope in Time a Change Will Come- John Vanore
Greensleeves- John Vanore
Reuben’s Rondo- John Vanore

StreamAir AirStream

The second portion of the proGram had the air streaming along the side of the air stream…come on in, the water’s perfect:

Feel the Bass- Rob Wasserman
Takeoff- Victor Wooten, Dennis Chambers, Bob Franceschini Ft. Michael Windslow
DC10- Victor Wooten, Dennis Chambers, Bob Franceschini

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Holtsford- Joe Marcinek Band
Soffa- Joe Marcinek Band
Raindrops- Korpifunk
Everything I do Gone Be Funky- Stanton Moore

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You Want- The Andy Tolman Cartel
11 and 8- Trevor Lawrence Jr
Lovestoned- Trevor Lawrence Jr Ft. Leeann Rimes, Nicholas Payton & DrumPIMP
Bring the Party- Trevor Lawrence Jr

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DC Vote- Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band Ft. Head Roc
White Rhino- Chicago Afrobeat Project With Tony Allen Ft. Ugochi

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The Way I Feel- Paa Kow
Cookpot- Paa Kow

**Conversation with Paa Kow**
I Made a Mistake- Paa Kow
Go With It- Paa Kow

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Quick as White- Kasai AllStars (Clap! Clap! Remix)
Félicité Three- Kasai AllStars (Ramzi Remix)

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Living in Harmony- Diamond Street Rhythm Machine Ft. Lo Carter
Mother Ship Trip- Scot Nice Ft. The Polish Ambassador
Baleen- Edamame
Rock Gardens- Edamame

Big Foot Spotted

The first portion of the program was a rare find…one we knew was nearby but had to wait for the riGht time:

Good Little Thing- Joshua Jacobson
Far Like Stars- Mosquitos
No Moonlight- Kim Gray

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On Repeat- The Two Tens
Not For You- Baby in Vain

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Jobfinder- The Vox Humana
The Rubicon- The Chemistry Set
Where Have All the Good Times Gone- Stay
Free Strawberry Milkshake in White Lake- Undone
Box- Undone
The Last Men Merely Blink- Suspirium

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The Scavenger- Guantanamo Baywatch
Mesa, AZ- Guantanamo Baywatch

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I Believe to My Soul- Jane Lee Hooker
**Conversation with Hightop of Jane Lee Hooker**
Wade in the Water- Jane Lee Hooker
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Cook For You- Twinemen (live Chicago 2/2/03)
Devil’s Haircut- Randall Bramblett
R.L.’s Boogie- R.L. Boyce
Pleasure Zone- Laura Rain and the Caesars
Cake- Laura Rain and the Caesars
It’s Not What You Know It’s Who You Know- Bob & Gene
Baby- Kurt Urban

Jane Lee Hooker to Rawk Madison

Last year at Atwoodfest, we were introduced to Jane Lee Hooker who immediately made a lasting impression on many of the people who cauGht their set…..but truly….if you were fortunate enough to hang out with them, you learned right away that these people are real, genuine, cool rockers. They attacked the songs with a ferocious fierceness that seemed to explode out of them, did it all with this unmatched energy and took the familiar and gave it that NYC twists that doesn’t ever really hurt.

Well, they’re coming back!!!

On Sunday, August 27th at 4:30PM at the Orton Park Festival, we welcome our friends from Brooklyn New York back with open, ready to rock AND roll arms. Hightop and I caught up a little about how the band’s year has gone. With a successful album in the rear view mirror now, we spoke about the new release that will be coming out this October and how while there will be a couple covers, this release will be mostly JLH originals. What lead to that in part, was time spent overseas and how much the crowd of fans and now friends I am sure, reacted to their original tunes. I for one, think that getting to know JLH a little more through their own crafted art will certainly lead to another successful collection of tracks. We also spent a little time discussing what it is about places like Madison that help drive the van back to our neighborhood to melt our faces off at one of the many cool festivals this city has to offer.

JLH by Roland Kampfer March 2017

JLH by Roland Kampfer March 2017

The Rhythms of Paa Kow

Get ready for a new sound you won’t soon forget! The Groove Master, Paa Kow (pronounced Pah-Ko), fuses rhythm and artistry from his home in Ghana with Jazz and African Pop. Fans from all over the world agree that Paa Kow has extraordinary talent and holds “the perfect groove.”

I had the privilege to of talking with this original rhythm creator, Paa Kow before he brings his band to Madison on Wednesday, August 30th at The Frequency. We discussed what people who go get into the sounds live in person will see and hear and feel when this show takes off the ground. We talked about the process of making a new record and knowing when to release it to the people to find out what they think of it, and how striving for that perfect sound can be fine tuned in many settings. The process talk led to words about the soon to be released album, “Cookpot” and how the crowd in Madison will be catching the album release tour, so they’ll taste the newness of these grooves when they are at their freshest. Similar to his other two releases, the album takes listeners on a journey that boldly explores the music of the African Diaspora by fusing Ghanaian Highlife with Jazz, and funk to create his original Afro-Fusion sound. Towards the end of the conversation, we find out what he listens to in order to stay inspired and allow his mind to be opened to the possibilities of creating and composing something completely different.

Oh You Little Devil’d Egg.

The second portion of this week’s show took the reGular and added some extra to it:

Gypsy Woman- The Isley Brothers & Santana
Damned if You do- Akashic Record
Rules- Courtney Pine Ft. Omar
Lickin’ Lips- Korpifunk

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Spider Wolf- Polyrhythmics
Hook & Crook- Antibalas
I No Know- Chicago Afrobeat Project w/Tony Allen Ft. Ugochi

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Ballygunge- The Bombay Royale
(Mera Nam Hai) Lucky- The Bombay Royale

Cypher- The Andy Tolman Cartel
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Outro- Joe Marcinek Band
Slink- Joe Marcinek Band
Bernie- Joe Marcinek Band

**Pre-recorded Conversation with Joe Marcinek**
George Washington- Joe Marcinek Band
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Reprise of Us- The Pollyseeds
Funny How Time Flies- The Pollyseeds Ft. Rpbert Glasper & Terrace Martin
Trafficer- Matt Wilson
Snatch of Sliphorn Jazz- Matt Wilson
Lights and Colors- Jared Sims

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Ache- (U)nity
F.E.A.R. (Forget Everything And Rise)- (U)nity
Thing with Feathers- E Scott Lindner
The Sitcom- Sidewalk Chalk

Flamingo-a-go-go

The first portion of the proGram took to the gardens for a short respite.

When I’m Sixty Four- San Francisco String Trio
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band- San Francisco String Trio

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Metronome- King Cardinal
Gasoline- King Cardinal

**Pre-recorded conversation with members of King Cardinal**
Better- King Cardinal
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Lulu’s Back in Town- Steve Howell & Jason Weinheimer
Limehouse Blues – After You’ve Gone- Steve Howell & Jason Weinheimer
Baby it Must Be Love- Joshua Jacobson
2:19- The Jerry Douglas Band
Hey Joe- The Jerry Douglas Band

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Gonna Lose my Lady- Altered Five Blues Band
Hold Your Tongue- Johnny Oskam
Bad Thing- Webster Ave
She’s $$$- Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

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Estrangeira- Mosquitos
Lateral Alice- Ride

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Vimana- Chariots
Come On- Living Color
Goddamn Real to Me ’91 (Remastered)- Divine Weeks
I Want to Take You Higher (Remastered)- Divine Weeks

King Cardinal’s Denver Americana

I had the chance to spend a little time chatting with Texanna, Brennan and Ben of King Cardinal before they head to Madison on August 17th to play The Frequency. Hailed by Marquee Magazine for their “excellently crafted Americana” and Westword for their “raw, gut-wrenching emotion,” Denver’s King Cardinal push raw roots rock into lush, sonically daring territory with hints of cosmic country and delicate folk. Building off the success of two acclaimed EPs as well as dates with Ben Sollee, Sam Outlaw, and Darlingside (in addition to a performance at the iconic Telluride Bluegrass Festival), the band is set to release their debut album, ‘Great Lakes,’ which was recorded over seven days at Texas’ famed Sonic Ranch Studio with GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Ted Young (Israel Nash, Banditos).

In this conversation, the trio explains a little about what the Madison crowd can expect to see and hear when they get a live taste next week. We took a good amount of time discussing their first proper album set to be released towards the end of September and how all the time spent together has allowed for the release to be refined and and reflected upon while taking the bare bones and collectively providing the skin and orGans to be masterfully applied into place. We tapped into the Telluride experience and what I found very interesting was the “What have you been dialed into musically yourselves” question and what they have been putting into their ears as they get a little down time or on travel days. It also turns out that living near the Colorado mountains and all that it offers is a great place for these artists to relax, refresh and escape it all when needed.

King Cardinal

Block Partying with Joe Marcinek

When last we spoke with Joe Marcinek, he was coming to town with friend of the proGram, Dr. Bernie Worrell. What a treat!! This time around he will be bringing the Joe Marcinek Band to the 5th Annual Schenk’s Corners Block Party on Friday, August 18th.

This stop through, Joe will be bringing an ALL-STAR cast (as usual) with him! Featuring Joey Porter from The Motet on keys, Pete Koopmans from Family Groove Company on drums, and Buddy Pearson from FREEK JOHNSON on bass. Joe tells me of the contributions each of these folks have played parts in throughout the history and the present of the band. We paint the funky landscape of what could be expected in an ever-evolving set from these cats and how the vibe of the people, those who go and show, create the newness of today while the jammin’ is happening.

Joe and I spend some time talking about the newest album, “Slink” and how it came to fruition, the impact of his circle of fans and friends alike to make this latest musical story complete, and how doing it in a way that fits right for the pieces of the puzzle, makes all the difference in an album’s creation. The band will be featuring much of “Slink” while here in Madison and as someone who has been sharing those grooves to the listeners, this is a much set get-down-to-the-sound event. It is clear that Joe appreciates the scene and those wo make it up here in Madison, so let’s return that love on the 18th.

No Joke Game of Statue

The second portion of the proGram went way back in time to a space frozen in:

Long Time Coming- Sidewalk Chalk
How- Sidewalk Chalk Ft. Chris Turner
Coast to Coast- Adam Turchin Ft. Rose Gold
My Mind Is Moving So Crazy- Adam Turchin Ft. Brandon Ashe & Robert SPUT Searight
Bakerville- HUW
Adam & Eve (edit)- Cameron Graves

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The Life Aquatic- Moon Boots
Sun Comes Out- Eliot Lipp
Already Found (Great Dane Remix)- Lafa Taylor & Aabo
Sable- Edamame Ft. Tor

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Eveil- Labelle
Grand Maître- Labelle Ft. Ballaké Sissoko
Raise a Cup of Kindness- Lenkkodek (Weightless Dub Mix)
Memories in my Pentagon- Gaudi
Bambro Koyo Ganda- Bonobo Ft. Innov Gnawa

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A Common Wonder- Amerigo Gazaway
RoboBeez- The Bombay Royale

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War- Tackhead (Rob Smith Dub Remix)
Verfuhrung (Seduction)- Chache
Soul Journey- Slick Sax
Come Link Me Girl- Sizzla

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Skunkitological Conclusions- Ron Kadish
Aztec Riddim- Coldcut & On U Sound

Ladies and Gentlemen, The Doors

The first portion of this week’s proGram made it hard to get in, but not able to get out:

Twerkin’ Lil’ Mama- Joshua Jacobson
Bipolar Mama- Joshua Jacobson
My Man’s Got a Cold- Paul Kelly Ft. Vika Bull

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On My List to Quit- Altered Five Blues Band
The Hookers (If You Miss ’em, I Got ’em)- George Thorogood
One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer- George Thorogood (Live From Rockline)

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Turn Off the Lights- Psychic Temple
And so To Bed- Kris Gietkowski
I Become Your Shadows as Night Enhales a Day- Undone
Service With a Smile- The Gold Needles
Unicycle Monologue- The Insektlife Cycle
Magic Dawn- Red Sun

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The Wolf- Strange Majik
Pretty Little Pony- Strange Majik
Preachin’ (to the choir)- Divine Weeks
Think- Divine Weeks
Love, Peace, Happiness- The Isley Brothers & Santana

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Hard Shelled Manner- Akashic Record
Before the Storm- Harold Little
Stanky Weed- Harold Little
For the Children Hourglass and Anthem Rewerc- Chantae Cann
Car Vibe- Trevor Lawrence Jr
Huh- Trevor Lawrence Jr Ft. Maurice Mo”Betta” Brown & Chelsea Baratz

Red Light Guide

The second set of this week’s proGram needed just a little mapping to get us where we needed to be:

The G- Big Mean Sound Machine
Another Grain of Sand- Big Mean Sound Machine
Afro Party- Chicago Afrobeat Project w/Tony Allen Ft. Oranmiyan
Love Me No Mo- A.J. Ghent Band

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Getting Up- Akashic Record
Everyone has Their Days- Joe Marcinek Band
Mirrors- Naughty Professor Ft. Cole DeGenova & Alexi Marti
Darker Daze- Naughty Professor Ft. Chali 2na & Dexter Gilmore

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El Diablo- Cameron Graves
We Burn You Down- Sidewalk Chalk

**Pre-recorded C0nversation with Charles Coffeen of Sidewalk Chalk**
Dig- Sidewalk Chalk
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First of Her Name- Toussaint Morrison
Horror Show- DJ Shadow Ft. Danny Brown
Cult 45- Shredders

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Samurai- Bonobo
Playing at the End of the Universe- Labelle
She’s Undressed to Kill- Tape Five
Interlude Paradise Lost- Tape Five
Interlude Sophisticated Simplicity- Tape Five

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Come From Far- New Kingston
Can’t Hold it- Name Brand Sound & Sonar’s Ghost
Maddie’s Dub- Born Ina Barn

Purple Reign

The first portion of today’s proGram took to the purple in the sky for guidance:

Little House on the Hill- Willie Nelson
Still Not Dead- Willie Nelson
Codependent Katie- Joshua Jacobson
Long Lonesome Day- Joshua Jacobson

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Charmed & Dangerous- Altered Five Blues Band
61 Highway- North Mississippi AllStars
Find it in Your Heart- Michael McDonald

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SW Georgia- Gladys Lazer
Welcome to Adamstown- Flogging Molly
Copper Wire- Divine Weeks

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253 (Sunshine)- Opel
Ode to the Mustang- Fast Cars
Feel it Now- The Striped Bananas

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Are You Ready- The Isley Brothers & Santana
Serendipity- Maurice MOBETTA Brown
Love on Me- Michon Young
Feeling Alright- Michon Young
What’s Going on?- Charles Owens Quartet

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Dear Prudence- Adam Ben Ezra
The Good The Bad The Ugly- Arthur Vint & Associates
Death Rides a Horse- Arthur Vint & Associates

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Be My Girl- Eamon
July (Sly & Robbie’s Dub)- Tuxedo

Sidewalk Chalk Heads To Madison

As someone who puts his ears to the NOW and FUTURE of art being created, sonically or otherwise, it is always refreshing to find one of those group of people coming toGether to make something that I wish I was involved in. Music with a sense…art with senses. I believe that is what I have found in the group Sidewalk Chalk. They combine humanity with hip hop, jazz and soul to create a message for the body and the mind.

Sidewalk Chalk will be in Madison on Thursday, August 3rd at The Frequency. I was able to catch up with Charles and he helped chalk up a mental image of what those in attendance will see before the first note explodes. We spent time talking about the sharpness within their fourth full-length album, “An Orchid Is Born”, on Ropeadope Records which was produced by Grammy Award-winner Robert “Sput” Searight. This is the album that Sidewalk Chalk believes they have truly always been trying to make. They have grown as people in all sorts of directions since they first started and this release has woven many of these experiences and the happening of today into that next step of music, that next step of life and for us, the listener….that next step of listening and feeling. This album is cerebral, dance-able and thoughtful, and I as a sharer of sound, look forward to curating it into set-lists into the future.

Charles shared what he has been listening to on many of the long drives, as this group takes their show out and on the road often, and being with the people in different spots is key to driving them into their next set of experiences. We here in Madison get to be some of the lucky ones to share in a moment with them as they bring that sharpness and mind moving grooves here for us to join in the difference making.

What You Are Faced With

The extra hour third portion of the proGram made you look at yourself and others a little differently:

Deep Water- Landon McNamara
Tomorrow People- Ziggy Marley (Live at KCRW)
Black Cat- Ziggy Marley (Live at KCRW)

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Bilonda- Kasai Allstars
Salongo Pt.1- Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa
Salongo Pt.2- Tabu Ley Rochereau & Afrisa
Amampondo- Miriam Makeba (live)
Mobutu Praise Song- Abeti

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Kachoo- TIMBILA with Chartwell Dutiro
Walking the Pink Fire- TIMBILA with Chartwell Dutiro
Second Interlude- Ron Kadish

***Sneaky Alex greenarrowradio promo***
Tutto Boogaloo- Ron Kadish
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Eh Ya Ye- Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet
Future Calculations- A Tree Grows

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Urge- Lila Downs
Envidia- Lila Downs
La Enganadora- Rubén Gonzáles

Who U?

The Light in Your Eyes

The second portion of this week’s show had the reflection of the liGht provided by your reactions to the sonic journey. We feature conversations with Joe/Luke of PHO and Kofi Baker, son of the immortal Mr. Ginger Baker as they head to Madison this coming weekend for AtwoodFest. Come and shine:

Unwind- Gregory Howe
Bid You Goodnight- North Mississippi Allstars
Bottoms Up- John Pagano Band
Trouble on heels- John Pagano Band

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High is Not the Top- Chris Robinson Brotherhood
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Do What You Like- Kofi Baker’s Cream Experience
**Pre-recorded conversation with Kofi Baker**
Do What You Like- Kofi Baker’s Cream Experience
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Funk Opus #2- Galen Weston Band
Wildside- Rob Wasserman
Born on a Bus- MMW ft. Mister Rourke
greenarrowradio Theme Song- Mister Rourke
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Crescent Roll- Joe Marcinek Band
Well Run Dry- Phat Phunktion (live at High Noon Saloon)
Where I Lived Beofre- Gemma & the Travellers
#2- PHO

**Pre-recorded conversation with Joe/Luke of PHO**
Still Waiting- PHO
Race Hustle- Chicago Afrobeat Project Ft. Tony Allen W/JC Brooks

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Come Alive- Root Shock
Boss Battle- Root Shock

liGht of Yours