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Come Over And Spin Records

The second portion of the proGram accepted the invite:

Naptown Blues- Wes Montgomery & Wynton Kelly Trio (live at The Penthouse, Seattle)
West Coast Blues- Wes Montgomery & Wynton Kelly Trio (live at The Penthouse, Seattle)
Keep On Moving- Sean Ardoin
Kick Rocks- Sean Ardoin

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Kala Mukhra- Red Baraat Ft. Ali Sethi
**Pre-recorded conversation with Sunny Jain of Red Baraat**
Vibrations- Red Baraat Ft. Suheir Hammad
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Cosmic Dream- De’Anza
Stage V REM- De’Anza
War- De’Anza
Africa- Te’amir
Habesha- Te’amir

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Make It Better Again- Atmosphere
Golden (EVM128 Remix)- Profusion
Balla Balla (Bombay Dub Orchestra’s Boys of Summer Remix)- Brazilian Girls
Easy On The Onions- The Orb

Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang- Sly5thAve Ft. Brad Allen Williams
The Edge- Sly5thAve Ft. Quantic
Still D.R.E. (Ed West Remix)- Sly5thAve

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Sugar House- We Banjo 3
**Pre-recorded conversation with David Howley of We Banjo 3**
Annabelle’s Cannon- We Banjo 3
Dawn Break- We Banjo 3

Mirrored In The Moment

The first portion of the proGram won’t throw stones:

Self Help- Tomberlin
Healing Tide- The War & Treaty
I’m Getting Better (and I’m feeling it right now)- The Record Company
Skeleton Key- Eric McFadden

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Dirty River/Catfish Blues- Chad Elliott The Redemption
Keep On Sailing- Jeremiah Johnson
Give Me Back My Soul- Vanja Sky
I’m In Chains- Joanne Shaw Taylor
He Can’t Be Wrong- Michele D’amour and the Love Dealers

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Bad To The Core- Lawrence Lebo
Stop Shouting Your Business (Remix)- Lawrence Lebo
Born Under A Bad Sign- Dennis Jones Band (live)
Body And Fender Man- Johnny & The Headhunters

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Ain’t Gonna Rock With You No More- Damon Fowler
Get Your Groove- Bruce Katz Band

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Light It Up- Moon Hooch
The Jump Off- Cookin’ On 3 Burners
Un Limón en la Cabeza (instrumental)- Gecko Turner
Candy Smack- Jake Mason Trio
Nag Champa- Rob Dixon Trio Ft. Charlie Hunter & Mike Clark
87 MPH- Rob Dixon Trio Ft. Charlie Hunter & Mike Clark

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Bump The Man- Philthy
The Thang- The Clunk Orchestra
Never A Dull Moment- The Clunk Orchestra

Inside A Plastic World

Did a pre-show warm up…kinda like the world today:

Walls- The Jamie Saft Quartet
Milagrosa- Miguel Zenon

Locomotion- Dave Liebman/Joe Lovano
Nature Boy- John Coltrane
Ghost of Sand (Slipping Through Your Fingers)- Peter Nelson

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Brilliant Corners- Rich Halley 3
Little Willie Leaps- Rich Halley 3
My Cherie Amour- James Austin Jr.
Dancer’S Serenade- Ron English
Hats Galore And More- Ron English

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Tom Tom- Keveh Rastegar Ft. Chris Dave
Long March- Keveh Rastegar Ft. Nicholas Payton

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Mai Tai (Quand tu Mets la Main sur ma Taille)- The Blue Dahlia
Folia- Eddie Daniels

Red Baraat Back In Madison for The Globetrotter Sessions

Sunny Jain is an American dhol player, drummer, and composer. He is recognized as a main voice in the burgeoning movement of South Asian-American jazz musicians. His seven albums have all received international acclaim for their “groundbreaking synthesis” (Coda Magazine), as he brings together the ancient sounds of his cultural heritage, America’s greatest original art form and a myriad of other sounds. In 2008, Sunny founded the Brooklyn Bhangra band Red Baraat. In 2011 Red Baraat performed over 100 club shows and festivals across the world, including Bonnaroo Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, and a performance at the White House and the Paralympics closing ceremony in London. The title track from their debut album, Chaal Baby, was used as the background music for commercials during the TV show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”. After the group’s performance at the 2011 globalFEST, they were featured on PRI’s “The World”, NPR’s “All Songs Considered”, The New York Times, The Village Voice, and Mother Jones magazine. With a new album freshly out and more gigs lined up, Red Baraat is building a brand new musical bridge that is sure to bring people from everywhere closer together.

I had the chance once again to chat with my man Sunny fr all the right reasons. He is bringing Red Baraat back to Madison on August 16th to close of the Central Park Sessions – The Globetrotter Sessions. We get to find out about how the sounds of the band and personel have changed over time and where it stands as they prepare to make musical moments happen with us in Madison. We learn a little about the variety of places the band has gone and how open people are to a potentially very unfamiliar groove. Sunny shares the artists he would share to the listeners if given the opportunity to take over greenarrowradio, and man, you all will really like him as your host. Not only will we get to hang in person, but there’s a brand new album from the group, “Sound The People”. We dive into the how these songs were born as well as the many special guests/friends perfectly chosen to represent the bridge building that I believe is a sonic guide to a more tolerant world. Sound the PEOPLE, indeed

Photo By: Mark Jaworski

We Banjo 3 At Milwaukee Irish Fest

We Banjo 3 is a band from Galway, Ireland that plays a blend of traditional Irish, old time, and bluegrass music they call “Celtgrass”. The band is composed of two sets of brothers, Enda and Fergal Scahill and Martin and David Howley. Their debut album Roots of the Banjo Tree was released in 2012 and was named “Traditional Music Album of the Year” by The Irish Times. This was followed by the release of Gather the Good in 2014. Siobhan Long, music critic for the Irish Times, writes “We Banjo 3 are a musical Betty Ford Clinic, almost single-handedly rehabilitating the much maligned banjo in 4 short years.” In 2016 the band released their fourth album String Theory which debuted at Number One on the Billboard Charts and they also were selected to play for President Barack Obama and Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the annual “Friends of Ireland” luncheon held in Washington, DC around Saint Patrick’s Day. President Obama praised the band’s show calling it, “Great music. Incredible performance.”

I had the chance to speak with David Howley (Banjo, Vocals, Guitar) about the groups return appearance at this year’s Milwaukee Irish Fest on August 17. We discuss why Milwaukee feels like a second home to the band and what people in attendance can expect once they hit the stage. We also dive into the creation of their brand new album, “Haven” and how it came to be created and what some of the underlying sentiments are base don feedback and conversations with fans and listeners. At the end of out time toGether, you will find out what bands David would steer us to if we wanted to get a deeper sense of music that is similar to the sounds of We Banjo 3.

Photo: Amos Perrine

Wearing A Golden Crowd

The second portion of the proGram had a new shiny festival glow to it:

Ain’t Got Time For Hate- Shemekia Copeland
Percolatin’- Vanessa Collier
Ray Lavender’s Blues- Henley Douglas RnB
Open My Eyes- The Sha La Das

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Rib Eye- Jake Mason Trio
Lemon Twist- Jake Mason Trio
Hawkshaw Philly- The Lewis Express
Brother Move ON- The Lewis Express

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Mr. Hyde- Smoove & Turrell
Un Limón en la Cabeza- Gecko Turner
On The Move- Anthony Joseph

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Inception- Nabate Isles
Grab Her By The What?- Nabate Isles

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Grand Mash- Shinji
The Great Purge- Gone Beyond & Mumbles
Knight In A Leopard Skin- Gone Beyond & Mumbles
Unknown Soldier- Fela Kuti (Bopperson Edit)

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Phish HQ- Troy Roberts
Veepea Are- Troy Roberts
Heart Counts- Dustlights
Shaken- Dustlights
Lights Below The Water- Turning Jewels Into Water

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Balla Balla- Brazilian Girls (Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society Remix)

Ear Blown

The first portion of the proGram had Steve Berlin’s Bari blowing into your ears:

Good To Be- Chicago Farmer (live)
Thick As Thieves- Peter Wolf
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Hills Of Tennessee- Chad Elliott & The Redemptions
Radiator 110- Boz Scaggs
Bonneville Shuffle- Jeremiah Johnson
Low Down And Dirty- Vanja Sky
I’m Good- Dennis Jones Band (live)

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Up The Line- Damon Fowler
Don’t The Grass Look Greener- Anthony Geraci
Shine Together (Tribe of Lights)- Bruce Katz band

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**Pre-recorded Conversation with Steve Berlin**
Spinning Out- Making Movies
Locura Colectiva- Making Movies
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While You Was Gone- Eric McFadden
Waiting Room- Bilvet
The Twist Is Lower Than You Think- Brian Marsella’s iMAGINARIUM
Sultan Suleyman- Koby Isrelite
Orthodoxy- Ceramic Dog

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Mujer Moderna- Fea
Viens- Fea

My Lips Are Sealing

The second portion of the proGram won’t reveal your secrets:

Here Comes The Sun (reprise)- Phil Haynes
Star Trek Theme- Phil Haynes
Jingles- Wes Montgomery & Wynton Kelly Trio (live)
I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing (open up the door I’ll get Myself In)- Grant Green

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Intro- Ill Doots
Suddenly- Ill Doots
Happy Train- Philthy

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411- WVR BVBY
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Baiao Malandro- Eddie Daniels
***Excerpt of pre-recorded conversation with Rafael Morales of Novalima***
Ch’usay- Novalima
Randal in Addis- Te’amir

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Jah Jah- The Gladiators
Roots Natty/Natty Chalwa- The Gladiators
Whatcha Doing (to me)- Charles Bradley & The Inversions
Strike Three- Charles Bradley & The Inversions
Just What I Needed- Sean Ardoin

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greenarrowradio theme song- Mister Rourke
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65th & Ingleside- Chance The Rapper
Overture- The Urban Renewal Project
Don’t Ask Y- The Urban Renewal Project Ft. Camp Lo
Roll Credits- The Urban Renewal Project Ft. Elmer Demond
Let Me Ride- Sly5thAve (feat. Jimetta Rose)
Next Episode- Sly5thAve
Feel Alive- The Midnight Hour Ft Karolina & Loren Oden

Boots On You

The first portion of this week’s proGram had the boots that fit me AND you:

The Deep End- Hot Buttered Rum Ft. ALO
Riding High- Dirty Streets
Trying to Remember- Dirty Streets

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Cadillac Problems, Buick Dreams- Chad Elliott & The Redemptions
I Love You More Then You’ll Ever Know- Marc & Ted Broussard
Bad Idea- The Devil Makes Three
San Francisco Bound- Kris Lager Band
It Came Out Of Nowhere- Damon Fowler

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Deep Down In Florida- J.P. Soars
Getting tired- Jeremiah Johnson
Hard Working Woman- Vanja Sky
Blues #9- The Bennett Brothers

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Hot Sauce- Dennis Jones Band (live)
Hoodoo- Brigitte Purdy
Beef Jerky- Bruce Katz Band
Honey Up- Vanessa Collier

Searchers- Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal
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Sister K- Fea
***Excerpt of pre-recorded conversation with Phanie Diaz of Fea***
No Hablo Espanol- Fea
You Can’t Change Me- Fea

Novalima Comes To Central Park Sessions

Started by four friends from Lima with a shared passion for traditional Afro-Peruvian music and global DJ culture, Novalima stands in the common ground bridging past and future, uniting tradition and innovation.

From their humble start, file-sharing musical ideas and producing their first album in separate countries at the dawn of the internet, Novalima is now a live musical force revered worldwide for breaking boundaries and uniting seemingly irreconcilable genres, communities, and generations. They have created an inspiring movement and revolutionized the music scene in their native Peru by bridging a longstanding divide between the mainstream and the minority Afro-Peruvian community, who have struggled against discrimination and cultural dissolution for generations. Taking a year off from touring during 2017, Novalima went back in the studio to explore and experiment with new sounds from Peru. This time around, the influences came not only from its African heritage but also from the exploration of ancient sounds, languages and instruments from the Andes and the Amazon. On this new album called Ch’usay (Voyage in Quechua, the native language of the Inkas) to be released on September 2018 on Wonderwheel Recordings, Novalima goes one step further to enrich their sound by collaborating with new generations of local artists from the peruvian music scene. The release of the new album will also coincide with Novalima`s 15th Anniversary which will include a special color vinyl release of all their previous albums on July 1st and a European and US Tour on mid July.

I was fortunate to catch up with Rafael Morales in Lima shortly before the group heads over to the United States to beGin their fifteenth anniversary tour and celebrating this fantastic new release with a set of music at the Central Park Sessions- The Novalima Select Session on August 1st. We get into what a newcomer to the scene can expect out of this powerhouse group of innovators, the new album and how it came to be and we find out how happy they are to kick things off in a new place to call home…Madison.

Photo by: Vito Mirr

Time For Some Fea

Fea is the continued ferocity of Girl In A Coma’s Phanie Diaz and Jenn Alva, joined by lead vocalist Letty Martinez and guitarist Bobby Rivas. Their melodic brand of Riot Grrrl Chicana Punk immediately caught the attention of Joan Jett who signed them to her label Blackheart, and Iggy Pop who sang their praises to Rolling Stone which has since been echoed by many! Producers on their debut LP (self-titled) include Lori Barbero (Babes In Toyland), Laura Jane Grace (Against Me!), and Alice Bag (The Bags), all of whom perfectly compliment the band’s fierce exploration of societal, cultural and gender-related issues. Mixing humor with agency, English with Spanish, Fea empowers listeners and inspires dissidence. Resistance has never sounded so infectious!

The other day I had a chance to have friend of the proGram, Phanie Diaz back on to talk about the upcoming Fea show on August 5th at High Noon Saloon with Agent Orange. I have had both Phanie and Jenn on a different times when GiaC where in Madison, but oh what a thrill to get a chance to have this straightforward, say it like they see it from their perspective Chicana Punk scene hit this city. Phanie and I talk about what a newcomer to the band can expect at any of their shows, including the who’s and what’s. We do touch on how she found about about Iggy Pop’s comments about Fea..what DO you do with that?! We get into the creation of new tunes, which those in attendance at the High Noon gig will get a first ear taste of, as well as the right now, in this moment, meaningfulness behind these tracks. We also find out how wide a net both Phanie and Jenn probably would cast musically, if given some time programming greenarrowradio for a bit. No better way to get to know about the band then to go and check out a live event!!

Stay Hungry With Jaedyn James

Jaedyn James is the lead of the eight piece ‘Raw Funk & Aggressive Soul’ band, The Hunger. Consumed by her passion at 23 years old, James quit her full time job and assembled a group of musicians based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. JJ’s work ethic, energy, and music reflect the stylings of James Brown, Etta James, Lucille Ball, Marina Abromovich, and ee cummings. The combination of a powerful, modern woman using vintage sounds and attitudes is not only refreshing, but cause to celebrate. Within three years of managing & fronting The Hunger, she sent the band on regional tours, recorded the 14 track album,”RAW”, produced four music videos, and received national radio play. The last of the video series, “Set You On Fire” gained over 25,000 views in the first two weeks of release. Never a stranger to challenge, Jaedyn is setting the stage for 2018 to be one of the band’s biggest years yet.

I had a chance to catch up with Jaedyn as Jaedyn James And The Hunger make their way to Madison on 7/28 to move and groove with the crowd at AtwoodFEST. We let folks who don’t know, know what to expect from the band in a live setting. We get into the world of new music and the amazing people who are assisting in creating the very distinct sound Jaedyn is seeking. JJ also shares the vision she has for the group from this moment onward into the unknown future and we learn what she will air to my listeners when she comes and hangs out in studio with me to WOman the board.

Photos – Alexander Just

What A Ride

The second portion of the proGram always gets stuck on the top:

The Bun- Bruce Katz Band
The Fault Line- Vanessa Collier
After Hours- Tower Of Power

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A Man Who Believes His Own Lies- Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal
***Excerpt of pre-recorded conversation with Josh Hoyer***
Do It Now- Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal
Natural- Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal
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Star Planet Funk- Bill King
Bombs For Peace- Henley Douglas RnB
Straight Seven Strut- The Lewis Express

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Fantaisie- Souleance
Take A Left (LP Version)- Joseph Malik
Giant Feelings- Brandon Coleman

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One Day- Common Kings
Jah Jah Go Before Us- The Gladiators
Lonely Days- Fiji Ft J Boog
Let’s Get It On- Fiji Ft. J Boog

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A Gozar el Tumbao- Orlando “Cachaito” Lopez
Cachaito in Laboratory- Orlando “Cachaito” Lopez
Ch’usay- Novalima

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Moray Gari Suno- Red Baraat

Water Or Not

The first portion of the regularly scheduled proGram, was ready for whatever is is:

Assembly Line Blues- Chicago Farmer (live)
$13 Beers- Chicago Farmer (live)
When That Lonesome Feelings Come- Hot Buttered Rum

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Get Gone- Mikaela Davis
In The Black- Umphrey’s McGee
Double Down- Slothrust
The Sound- Dirty Streets
Roll Bones- The Record Company

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She’s Kerosene- The Interrupters
Got Each Other- the Interrupters Ft. Rancid
Fuckstrated- Magic Shoppe
Love Yew- Sad Baxter
Blow- Sad Baxter
Baby- Sad Baxter

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Building It Up And Tearing It Down- Strange Majik
Damn Shame- Shari Puorto (live at Bogie’s)
Home Of The Blues- Shari Puorto (live at Bogie’s)
My Kinda Blues- Brigitte Purdy

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I’ve Just Got To Know- Boz Scaggs Ft. Charlie Sexton
Kill The Pain- Dennis Jones Band
Rocking Chair- The Bennett Brothers
greenarrowradio promo- Travis Bowlin
Record Shop- Travis Bowlin
When You Walk Out That Door- J.P. Soars

Droppin’ In and Out

Did a little pre-show drop in and out. Here’s what splashed down and up:

Vessels- The Jamie Saft Quartet
Soundcheck And Whatnots- Shaun Martin

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Free B- Lee Konitz and Dan Tepfer
Free G- Lee Konitz and Dan Tepfer
Free E- Lee Konitz and Dan Tepfer
Nature Boy- John Coltrane
Impressions (take 4)- John Coltrane
Misery Is Our New Hope- Ken Thomson Sextet
Icebreaker- Ken Thomson Sextet

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Avni Lane- Troy Roberts
Professor Ghetto Rig- Troy Roberts
Fast Forward- Greg Fishman Quintet
Climbing Trees- Rafal Sarnecki

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Blues For Langston And Larue- Charles Lloyd & The Marvels & Lucinda Williams
Angel- Charles Lloyd & The Marvels & Lucinda Williams

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On Green Dolphin Street- Erroll Garner
When Your Lover Has Gone- Erroll Garner

Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal Do AtwoodFEST

Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal‘s combination of soul, funk and R&B is in a word, electric. Best displayed in their high-energy live show, the blend of honest lyrics and rich, intensely soulful vocals merged with a top-notch band create an undeniable chemistry. Formed in 2012 in famed blues town Lincoln, Nebraska, the award-winning five-piece band includes some of the area’s most revered and accomplished musicians. Inspired by the historic sounds of Stax, Motown, Muscle Shoals, New Orleans, Philly and San Francisco, the band continuously crosses musical boundaries both in style and era, and joins forces each show with a common goal – to have the crowd dancing so much they forget even their smallest troubles. In 2017, Josh was featured as a contestant on ‘The Voice’, and the band completed their first European tour; a 27-city stint capped with a live album release from their show in Brussels, Belgium.The hard working band completed several national tours from 2015-2017, playing more than 150 shows in 32 states each year, including opening for friends of the proGram, Mr. George Clinton and Mr. Charles Bradley (rest in soulful peace). Their year-round touring schedule took them from coast to coast, including several major summer music festivals.

I had the chance to catch up with Josh before he and Soul Colossal head to Madison to bring that goodness to Atwoodfest on July 28th. The band takes playing on The Clyde Stubblefield Stage very seriously as you’ll hear in this conversation, so we are expecting this to be “one of those shows’ people talk about for years. Josh and I talk about the upcoming album to be released first overseas, where Soul Colossal will be off to shortly after, and those in Madison will be treated to some of these new tunes in advance. When asked what artists he would share if given an hour of greenarrowradio to proGram, he did not hesitate his answering. Find out who would be on his playlist by clicking play above.

Lee Fields – The Film

Listening to the soul sounds coming through his transistor radio in the late fifties and early sixties, Lee Fields was hooked. Through the seventies, he made his living touring the legendary Chitlin’ Circuit alongside some of the greatest names in blues and soul history. He landed a gig with Kool and the Gang before their rise to fame. But, as the seventies came to a close, disco began its reign and Lee’s soul career plummeted. For decades, he thought his music dreams were dead. But with one phone call, everything changed…

Interspersed with striking, never-before seen performances of new and classic Lee Fields songs, the Lee Fields Film (working title) takes us through Lee’s memories from the moment soul music began to his hard-won present-day success – and shows how 50 years of changing technology has conspired to create one beautiful but fleeting moment in music history.

I had the honor of discussing this documentary with the film-making duo responsible for bringing this five year project to the finish line. Jessamyn Ansary and Joyce Mishaan talk with love about how this project took off from a moment’s notice and how it has grown into a flower almost ready to bloom for all to enjoy. That’s where we all come in. I share the love of Mr. Fields’ music, have had him on the proGram and understand what real feels like to me. Take a moment and check out the project’s Kickstarter Page and see “what the soul” is going on!!! Don’t just take my word, listen to Jessamyn and Joyce share their dream with you.

UPDATE: Because of YOU, the SOUL will go on. Goal reached and surpassed. THANK YOU(s).

Photo By: Mike Canzoniero
Graphic Design By: Ashley Marzulla

Backstage Festival Moments With Steve Berlin

Los Lobos came to Madison to show Fete de Marquette an incredible time. One of my favorite outdoor festival bands, heck, one of my favorite bands to see live because of all the different sounds they manage to share to open minds everywhere. Over the years I have seen them in intimate settings, big festivals and now here at our hometown community festival where the stage is or front door to the neighborhood. Steve Berlin has been with the band since 1984 or so and I have grown to appreciate him as a member of Los Lobos, but also as a producer or new sounds with other artists coming on to the scene. I am not usually surprised when I find out an album I am diggin’ on and ready to share with the listeners has passed through Steve first. So it was a thrill to be able to hang out with him during the Making Movies set that preceded Los Lobos. We talked baseball for a bit, but we relished in deep enjoyment in the music we were seeing at that very moment. Of course, Steve produced these cats and also joined them on staGe for a few tunes. Priceless.

Shortly before they hit for the evening’s show, Steve and I caught up to put something quick on record. We spoke about what it is like making music in 2018 versus when the band got it first going back in what we now get to call, the day. We also get to talk about some of the new bands Steve is working with, including Making Movies, and we even find out about a group he wishes he was even more a part of. We both agree that music unites and there is still a good reason to be exited.

Big thank you to Susana and the entire Fete team for helping make this a go and for letting me fit in to the scene.

Steve Berlin & misterG

Melodic Canvas by Robin McKelle

An enigmatic sound, a storyteller’s narrative and a live performance style oozing with Rat Pack moxie – singer and songwriter Robin McKelle is like a genre-blurring musical alchemist, taking listeners on a sonic trip to the old South, sprinkling in hints of the Motown Era or even the smoothness of Sade album, and mixing it together to create her inspiring ‘Melodic Canvas’ of Soul, Jazz, Gospel and More. On her most recent album, Melodic Canvas, which dropped late April, she embracing her genre-blurring style and no longer trying to fit into a box. The result is a deeply textured, rich, authentic collection, a mix of timely social commentary, intimate lyrics and a thoughtful call to action. A savvy songwriter and a powerhouse vocalist, Robin has long found a home where soul, jazz, pop, gospel, blues and the American Songbook cross paths. For the new album (which she produced), Robin sought a more ‘acoustic’ vibe with a focus on percussion, to allow the subtleties of her voice to shine. In her songwriting and in the arrangements/production of the album, she mixes her varied influences together with strength and grace.

I had the opportunity to catch up with Robin once again to discuss the new release. We get into the making of the songs and the hands on, hands off approach taken to get from a starting point to a finish line. Last time Robin and I spoke, we talked about her work with friend of the proGram, Mr. Lee Fields and how working with him opened up new directions in her path, so naturally I followed up with finding out since then some of the newest collaborators that have inspired. Robin even sings a line from one of the songs she might choose to air if I gave her some time programming greenarrowradio for you…seems like her and I would have fun making radio toGether. Take a listen above for the insights.

Lights Wave Colored

The second portion of the proGram waved in color at you(s):

Stop- Tower of Power
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The Grain Store- Jake Mason Trio
Yo- Rob Dixon Trio Ft. Charlie Hunter & Mike Clark
L.A.- Oytun Ersan

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Shrill Tones- Ghost Note Ft. Justin Stanton
Get It How You Live (intro)- The Royal Krunk Jazz Orkestra
Sybil’s Blues- The Royal Krunk Jazz Orkestra Ft. Theo Croker
The Critic’s Song- The Royal Krunk Jazz Orkestra
Interlude 2- Ill Doots
Sheep- Ill Doots

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One Of Dem Nights- Cee Knowledge & The Cosmic Funk Orchestra
Do It Together- The Midnight Hour Ft Bilal
King Of The Bright- Dizz1
Song About Timing- Swarvy & Mndsgn Ft. Nia Andrews
Mapito- Teebs

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Getting To Know- Leisure Centre
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A Luta Continua (Intro)- Gato Preto
Polícia- Gato Preto Ft. Delasi
Feitiço- Gato Preto Ft. Flore & MC Zulu

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Echo Tack Dub- Dubmatrix
Serious Thing Take 2- The Gladiators
Easy Squeeze- The Gladiators