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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Vacation Speed

Did an extra hour on the tail end of the show……”But officer, I was only doin’ 17 3/4″ comes to mind. Keep it vacation speed y’all:

Spirit Easy- The Dhol Foundation
Dark Star- The Dhol Foundation
Tulimanu- Te Vaka
Lugahiva- Te Vaka
Bhangra Pirates- Red Baraat

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The Apprentice Dub- Danny Moon
On My Eyes (Peripheral Vision Mix)- Lenkkodek
Power of 3- Ibibio Sound Machine
Hardcore (remix)- Jah9 Ft. Chronixx
Blessed Iration Riddem (Electro-Reggae)- MC Zulu

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greenarrowradio theme- Mister Rourke
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Havana- Brandon
Pick Up- Bastien Keb
Wake- Chrome Sparks
Grandma Hips- Your Old Droog Ft. Danny Brown
Are you in Peace- Selebeyone

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Swamp Thang Hide

The second portion of the proGram had me wondering what’s hiding within the space I see as solid, but know it ain’t?

Being Beautiful- Mama SpanX
Carlton Street Boogie- Saturday Nite Fish Fry
Cry Out- Vanessa Collier
Don’t Drift Away- Tedeschi Trucks Band (live from the Fox, Oakland)

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You Can Make it if You Try- Susan Tedeschi (live from Austin)
Propaganda- Ray Harris
Stand Up- Ray Harris
Church is Burning Down- Tomas Doncker & True Groove All-Stars
Funky Dollar Bill- Tomas Doncker & True Groove All-Stars

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Be Kind- Soul Scratch
Empty Cup- Soul Scratch
Intro- Tanika Charles
Two Steps Tanika Charles
Love Fool- Tanika Charles

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Positively 4th Street- Merl Saunders/Jerry Garcia/John Kahn/Bill Witt Ft. David Grisman (live at Keystone)
You Move Me Pt.2- Roy Roberts Experience
You Ain’t Miss it- Roy Roberts Experience
You and Me Together Pt.2- Roy Roberts Experience

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Sometimes- Mister T.
Humans- Five Alarm Funk
8 Kickin’ it Live- Hot 8 Brass Band
Hot Sauce- The Brothers Nylon

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Intro- Zor Beyler
Gözündeki Yaşlarına- Zor Beyler
Öksürük- Erkin Koray
Dombolo- Les Amazones d’Afrique Ft. Angelique Kidjo

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Beachfrontal

The first portion of the proGram succeeded a taking us away from it….ALL…..we deserve it:

John Hardy- Danny Barnes
Fireball- Danny Barnes
Paddy on the Turnpike- Danny Barnes

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Chasing the Thrill- Leslie Mendelson Ft. Bob Weir
Blue Bayou- Leslie Mendelson
Bug in the Honey- Jennt Scheinman
Deck Saw, Porch Saw- Jenny Scheinman
Deliquent Bill- Jenny Scheinman

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Pyramids- Satsang Ft. Uncle Joe
Speak Up- Satsung Ft. Wookiefoot
Bobby- The Weeks
Space Oddity- Paul Brett
Great Balls of Fire- Jerry Lee Lewis (live from Austin)

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Hey Joe- Roy Buchanan (live from Austin)
My Woman Has a Black Cat Bone- Albert Collins (live from Austin)
Refugee- Delta Moon
I Ain’t Playing- Jim Gustin & Truth Jones
Help Someone- Big Bill Morganfield

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***greenarrowradio promo- Hurricane Ruth***
Cheating Blues- Hurricane Ruth
Man Done Wrong- Valerie June
I Need Your Lovin’- Sean Chambers
Hey Joe- Dave Fields (live)
You Can’t Go- Samantha Fox

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Nikki Armstrong and Mama SpanX

Took some time to catch up with friend of the proGram, Nikki Armstrong to discuss the new release from Mama SpanX called “State of Groove”. We talked about the influence and mastermind behind the name “Mama SpanX”, our beloved friend Mr. Melvin Sparks (rest well my brother), the way this album came toGether from the initial vision of what the Mama SpanX brand can become to the way it hits hard and heavy, in your face in a live setting. We talk a little about Etta James’ former drummer giving Nikki a track to consider and the piece of the puzzle that it Mr. Lou Donaldson. The important pieces to the success of this album are: Steve Johnson on guitar Julie Sax on alto sax, baritone sax and flute, Steve Sadd on tenor and soprano sax, Harlan Spector on keyboards and B-3, David Abercrombie on 6 string fretless bass, and Ben Beckley music director and drums.
Personally, I think once you listen to this conversation, you’ll want to listen to the entire album a few times and I hope vice versa, since this chat is definitely an extension of years of musical shares and love of similar sounds, Nikki and I can keep the rocket in the pocket as needed, but both of us like to let it out to blast off from time to time.

BIG Congrats to Lorlinda Art who did the original photo and art work for the Mama SpanX CD cover "State of Groove! We are so proud of you Lady! " Lorlinda Art

BIG Congrats to Lorlinda Art who did the original photo and art work for the Mama SpanX CD cover “State of Groove! We are so proud of you Lady! “
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The insides of an Earhole

The second portion of the program took a ride through your earholes with a funky bumpy ride. This portion of the show featured an excerpt of my conversation with Nikki Armstrong, talking Mama SpanX. Who wouldn’t want to know more about something called Mama SpanX with an ending capital X?? Here’s the music that fit well with our time together:

California Dreamin’- Bride of Chaotica
The Night of the Living Swing Zombies- Bride of Chaotica
Drink a Bit- Electric Kif
See You at the Corner- Electric Kif
Can’t Buy me Love- Organissimo

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Fireside Lounge- Soul Scratch
Sweetest Taboo- Hot 8 Brass band
Ddpp- Five Alarm Funk
Some Ol’ Dolls (2017)- Tomas Doncker & the True Groove All Stars

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I Don’t Wanna go- Coco Hames
Don’t Hesitate- The Meltdown
Natural Woman- Howard Johnson & Gravity
I’m on My Way- Professor Louie & the Crowmatix
Blues for Buckwheat- Professor Louie & the Crowmatix

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Big Fantasy (for me)- Nicole Willis/Jimi Tenor/Jonathan Maron
Tear it Down- Nicole Willis/Jimi Tenor/Jonathan Maron

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Crawl- Mama SpanX
***Excerpt of my Conversation with Nikki Armstrong of Mama SpanX***
Alligator Boogaloo- Mama SpanX
Traveling Cheeba Man- Robert Randolph Family Band
Lovesick- Robert Randolph Family Band

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2nd Time Around- Tuxedo
Sweet- Little Dragon

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Fill the Color Cup with Different

The first part of the program took the colors of all and melded…that’s the way uh huh, I LIKES IT. We had a last minute call in from Daniel Chavis of The Veldt as they were opening up for Phantogram this week in Madison. What a great chat. He has not forgotten how he got to where he is with the help of all the others. We even talked about one of my favs from the past, 24/7 Spyz and Mr. Jimi Hazel…. I really appreciated my time talking then and now with Daniel.

Hillbilly Highway- Steve Earle (live in Austin)
Nuevo Laredo- Doug Sahm (live in Austin)
Riot in the Streets- Pokey LaFarge
Got Soul- Valerie June

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Beekeeper- Hurricane Ruth
Within You, Without You- Tedeschi Trucks band (live from the Fox, Oakland)
Just as Strange- Tedeschi Truck Band (live from the Fox, Oakland)
The Shark- John Ginty Ft. Aster Pheonyx
Sum Peeples got all the Fonk- Geoff Achison
Gonna Groove- Sean Chambers

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City of Love- Thorbjørn Risager & the Black Tornado
Hott Mott’s Theme- Vin Mott
I Wanna Get Ruff With You- Vin Mott

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Start Together- Sleater Kinney (live in Paris)
I Wanna be your Joey Ramone- Sleater Kinny (live in Paris)
Stay- Maximum High

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***Live on air conversation with Daniel Chavis of The Veldt***
And It’s You- The Veldt
This Must be the Place (naive melody)- David Byrne (live in Austin)
Woah! There’s No Limit- Lord Echo

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Pre-Program Put Out

Did a little pre-proGram extra time and gave the ears a twist of this:

Good Night, Good Rest- Oracle Hysterical & New Vintage Baroque
Did Not the Heavenly Rhetorike- Oracle Hysterical & New Vintage Baroque
Scarce Had the Sunne (why was not I a flood?)- Oracle Hysterical & New Vintage Baroque

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Amuse Bouche 2- Rick Cutler
Opposite Distract- Rick Cutler
Amuse Bouche 3- Rick Cutler
Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright- Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
Independence Day- Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau

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Beguine Nummer Eins- Satoko Fujii Orchestra
No More Out- The Jim Yanda Trio
Motel- Mark Masters Ft. Adam Schroeder
Monk, Bunk & Vice Versa- Mark Masters

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Entre Las Raices- Miguel Zenon
La Segunda- Jason Anick & Jason Yeager
(I’ve Got) Beginner’s Luck- Keith Oxman/JeffJenkins/Todd Reid
Thingin’- Lee Konitz

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Route 666- Jentsch Group Quartet
Follow That Cab- Jentsch Group Quartet

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That Freedom Highway- Thollem Electric
Socotra- Jü
Summa- Jü
Wendigo- Bill Brovold & Jamie Saft

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Glare Of The Tiger

All the years of being a part of the family that radio provides has done my mind and soul quite well. I get to discuss art with artists and every now and then, I locate a being that is a similar being as I. I talked with Adam Rudolph for the first time on air a couple years ago and we hit it off like old friends, with the music being the guide. Well, Adam has a new album out with his Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures project called “Glare Of The Tiger” on Meta Records and through M.O.D. Technologies. You can imagine my delight when setting up another chance to run through this sounds existence from start to finish. We talked about how the relationships of the musicians transforms the music into something else, a research and development model based off concepts Adam has in mind and heart. How to take the music and feelings of then, and turn them into something fresh and traditional as the now. We talk about the feeling of the music created, not just how it makes you feel inside, but a way to truly relate to the sonic adventure the music catches you in ans where it can take you. Being able to share the work of people I believe in is something I hold high above my head, I wear it like a crown I am proud of, and Adam reminds me of why I always found a home next to a radio, music and the sharing of ideas toGether. It’s the people who share what’s within them that matter so much to me, and when I get time to bring the vice of the art to you, not just the saleable commodity, it truly feels like the circle is complete. Please enjoy this half hour conversation about the new album, but know that it is as much about living as it is about this particular moment in art, or art history.

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Crick Creek Ponder

The second portion of the proGram featured an excerpt of my conversations with Adam Rudolph and Mina Girgis and the parts leading to and separating each were executed in the moment sounds jumped off the paGe:

Come Together- Organissimo
Eleanor Rigby- The Ed Palermo Big Band
Cat Toys- The Microscopic Septet

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Interlude: Afterglow- Lucy Woodward
Ladykiller- Lucy Woodward
I Don’t Know- Lucy Woodward Ft. Snarky Puppy (live)

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Torredembarra- Mariah Parker Indo Latin Jazz (live @ Yoshi’s)
Rat Down Front- The Three Sounds Ft. Gene Harris (live at the Penthouse)
The Boogaloo- The Three Sounds Ft. Gene Harris (live at the Penthouse)

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Ghosts- Gary Lucas (live at the Knitting Factory)
Foxy Lady- Odd Job (live at the Knitting Factory)
Part of the Family- Chunk (live at the Knitting Factory)
Simultaneous Realities of a Parallel Universe- Ernest Dawkins New Horizon Ensemble Ft. Vijay Iyer
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Rotations- Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures
***Excerpt of Pre-Recorded Conversation with Adam Rudolph***
Ciresque- Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures
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Tama Tama- Omar Sosa & Sekou Keita
Thiossan- Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita

***Excerpt of Pre-Recorded Conversation with Mina Girgis of The Nile Project***
Dil Mahbubu- The Nile Project

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Remember Liberty

The first portion of the show is a call to remember liberty…and justice…for all:

Take Five- Ned Luberecki
Kitchen Squirrel Medley- Ned Luberecki
Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down- Johnny Cash (live in Austin)
Long Old Time- Scott H. Biram
Set me Free- Scott H. Biram

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Heart to Hang Onto- Pete Townshend Ft. Eddie Vedder (live)
Shakedown- Valerie June
I’d Rather be the Devin (Devil got my Woman)- John Martyn
From a Whisper to a Scream- Robert Palmer
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Fun All Night- Banditos
Friendship is a Small Boat in a Storm– Chicano Batman

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Blue Monday- Fats Domino (live in Austin)
Working my Way Back Home- Geoff Achison
Travelin’ North- Sean Chambers Ft. John Ginty
Electric- John Ginty Ft. Aster Pheonyx
Do Me Dirty- Tomas Doncker & the Groove All Stars

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Shake it Up- Robert Randolph Family Band
Whatchoowantgurl- Keller Williams’ Kwahtro
Fade Away- JC Brooks
Bang Bang- The Proof
Pacified- Soul Scratch
Elephant- Mister T.
Khaleesi- The Nylon Brothers

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Mina Girgis & The Nile Project

Took the opportunity to catch up quickly with friend of the proGram, Mister Mina Girgis as The Nile Project heads back to Madison to perform in two shows (for students ranging from Kindergarten through seniors in high school) on March 6th at The Overture Center as part of the Onstage Student Field Trip event. Along with the two shows, there will be some knowledge transfer about how the decisions people make truly affect all beings on this planet. Mina defined the mission of The Nile Project and the musicians associated with this years tour, the commitment to making a change and being a bridge between Africa and students of all ages around the globe to help hear and share ideas to foster the growth of the Nile citizens. The two shows will open ears to the sounds of the regions along the Nile River as it flows with life, different in may ways, yet so similar that people quickly become united as one when the sounds and styles get explored together. Take a moment to reintroduce yourself if you are familiar with the concept, and if this is new to you, please take a listen to to our conversation as it may be you who holds an important key to keeping the smallness of our world united.

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Safe Footing Spots

The second portion of the show had the pleasure of sharing a pre-recorded conversation with Ruthie Foster and a show can’t get too much better than that kind of enerGy. We threw the floor mat down so you’d start of safely:

One Lie Leads to Another- Kathy & the Kilowatts
It’s Your Voodoo Working- Samantha Fish
Mr. Blues- John Ginty ft. Aster Pheonyx

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Joy Comes Back- Ruthie Foster Ft. Derek Trucks
***Pre-recorded conversation with Ruthie Foster***
No Woman No Cry- Blues Travelers Ft Ruthie Foster (Live, eTown Webisode 200, 2012)
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Don’t Freeze on Me- Saturday Nite Fish Fry Ft. Shakura S’Aida
The Fader- Zillinova
Soul Run- Tanika Charles
I Want You Tomorrow- The Jay Vons
Did You Hear- The Jay Vons
Love is the Answer- Reverend Sam Dixon

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View From- Mister T.
Ballroom- Mister T.
Day By Day- Izo FitzRoy
I Keep You Guessing- Izo FitzRoy

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Up Above My Head, I Hear Music in The Air- Vanessa Collier
Coffee Shop- The Brothers Nylon
So Much In Love- Roy Roberts Experience
Power of Funk- Five Alarm Funk

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Paniarjuk- The Jerry Cans
Heliosphere- Rakkatak

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Todas Las Cabezas Estan Locas- Alex Cuba
Upa Neginha- Ensemble Novo
Dondo- Aurelio
Blue- Ray Lugo Ft Kira
Yo Lo Que Quiero Es Vacilar- Ray Lugo

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Wipe Your Feet First

The first portion of the proGram threw down the rug so you can clean step all the way in:

Isotope 709- Danny Barnes
Factory Girl- Danny Barnes
Hurt So Good- Mipso
Mamma’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grown Up To Be Cowboys- Willie Nelson (live)

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Short Elevated Period- Wire
Dark Cloud- Modern English
You’re Corrupt- Modern English
Day & Night- Thundercat
Uh Uh- Thundercat
Crickets- Big Wild

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The Devil and His Anarchic Surrealist Retinue- Deerhoof
Bending to the Lash- Horse Lords
Back and Black- Maya Beiser
City Nights- Allan Holdsworth

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High Wire- Geoff Achison
Going Home- Biscuit Miller
I’M Gonna Play the Honky Tonk- Professor Louie & The Crowmatix
I’m A Filthy Man- Vin Mott

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I Don’t Know Why- Big Bill Morganfield
The Star Spangled Banner/Hey Joe (Reprise)- Dave Fields (live)
Hold My Lover Tight- Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado
Barrelhouse Joe’s- Hurricane Ruth

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Ruthie Foster Rise Up & Sing

I had the pleasure of talking with Ruthie Foster, as she prepares for the March 9th show, “Rise Up & Sing” at the Memorial Union Theater’s Shannon Hall along with the Blues Heritage Orchestra. As we recorded this conversation, we were both experiencing the oddity of 60-70 degrees weather in February, so the complete vibe of our shared time was that of a backyard patio hangout….Ruthie and I spoke about what one can expect from her and this event, her soon to be released album “Joy Come Back” and how the title is within the tale of the personal growth of finding and keeping the real you. Ruthie and I agree that on top of our guitarist list is friend of the proGram, Derek Trucks and she shared how he was quick to agree to work on the title track and how his sound of his soul really took the track to the place it was meant to be..it’s the relationships we make that help get us there. I even got a chance to speak with Ruthie’s five year old daughter, Mia about which game is her favorite on Playstation. I sure know that I’d love to have Ruthie as my neighbor to push togetherness, love and celebration through music, I think the real has found her.

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Fingering Still

The second portion of the proGram grabbed ’em by the ears…cuz you know…it’s ok:

She Got Soul- Robert Randolph & The Family Band Ft. Anthony Hamilton
Let’s Roll- Mama SpanX
Ain’t I Talkin’ to You Baby- Saturday nite Fish Fry Ft. Shakura S’Aida
Two Parts Sugar, One Part Lime- Vanessa Collier

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Good Morning, Good morning- Ed Palermo Big Band
Original Charleston Strut- The Fat Babies
(Secret Track)- the Microscopic Septet
After You, Joel- the Microscopic Septet
Blues Cubistico- the Microscopic Septet

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Interlude One- Adam Rudolph’s Moving Parts
Interlude Two- Adam Rudolph’s Moving Parts
Glare of the Tiger- Adam Rudolph’s Moving Parts

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Everywhere- Collocutor
If I Was President- Las Cafetevas
Bogota- Ondatrapica
Vamos A Batalla- Chico Mann & Captain Planet
Treacle Manifestations- Kaidi Tatham

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D.R.A.M. Sings Special- Chance the Rapper
Get Ate- P.O.S. Ft. Gerald
Lanes- P.O.S.

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Letter to the Editor- Thievery Corporation
Lose to Find- Thievery Corporation

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Started Young

The first portion of this week’s proGram had us all running riGht after the crawl:

It’s Goodbye & So Long to You- Alison Krauss
Night Driver- Ned Luberecki
If You Got the Money, I’ve Got the Time- Willie Nelson (live)
Mama Tried- Merle Haggard (live)

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Miss Communication- Matt North
Love Ends- Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

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Ummagumma Radio Ad 5/12/1969- Pink Floyd
Cymbaline (BBC Session 5/12/1969)- Pink Floyd
Careful with That Axe, Eugene (2016 remix single)- Pink Floyd

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Born Brown- Hanni El Khalib
Freak Friday- Hanni El Khalb

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Currency- the Black Angels
Bottom of My Glass- Susan Surf Tone
I’m Free- The Forty Nineteens
Billion Dogs- Jay Som

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Blues & Good News- Professor Louie & the Crowmatrix
Don’t Make Me Laugh- Vin Mott

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Botanical Glow Orb

The second portion of the proGram had a certain glow to it.

Grown Ass Woman- Sharon Lewis & Texas Fire
Exception to the Rule- Kathy & the Kilowatts
Rocket- Mama SpanX
Let’s Stick Together- Saturday Night Fish Fry Ft. Shakura S’Aida

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Reckoning- Izo FitzRoy
Poisoned The Well- Vanessa Collier
Believe in Smoke- John Ginty Ft. Aster Pheonyx
Got Soul- Robert Randolph & the Family Band

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Shove it in My Mouth- The Brothers Nylon
Love You Better- the Right Now
That’s Enough- the Right Now

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Bee Hive Pt.1- Roy Roberts Experience
Bee Hive Pt.2- Roy Roberts Experience
Let’s Wrap up Tonight Baby- Roy Roberts Experience
Barter- Cameron Mizell

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3 O’Clock- Jill Peacock
Firefly (War Dance)- Jen Gloeckner
Skipping Stars- Robot Kock & Savannah Jo Lack
Evening Star (The Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society Interpretation)- Fripp & Eno

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Hallelujah- Jay Douglas
Thief Rockers- Thievery Corporation

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DSKO (Original Mix)- QuestionmarQ

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Eyes of the Worlds

This set list was made up of tin cans and metal and stated near the hiGhway in ATL…the belt-line sounds were seen, not just heard:

Where No Man Has Gone Before (Star Trek Theme)-Ned Luberecki
Blue Monk- Ned Luberecki
Dead Man’s Son- Kory Quinn & the Quinnessentials

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Never Gonna Please- Sallie Ford
Loneliness is Power- Sallie Ford
Autumn Dawn- Allah Las

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Tour du Monde- Aquaserge
Virage Sud- Aquaserge
Sever the Walls- Gabriella Cohen
Las Penas- Lula Pena

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Utopia- King Woman
Jack’s Joke Shop- Doug MacDonald Band
Shapes of Things- British Invasion All Stars
Interstellar Overture- Pink Floyd (live at the Paradiso, Amersterdam, 8/9/69)

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Riot- Lady Shark
Luv Like a Freak- Evolfo
Frank the Fiddler- Evolfo
All of the Riches- Beyondo
Heavy Metal Floating- Marco Benevento

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Peep Show- Hannai El Khalib
Mondo & His Make Up- Hanni El Khalib

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Anticipating You- Dave Fields
Change My Game- Thorbjorn Risager & The Black Tornado
Keep On Rolling- Elvin Bishop
Shake it Like Jello- Biscuit Miller
Til You Get Home- Peter Karp
Gimme Some of that Gumbo- John Mayall

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Time with THE TRAIN

I had the great opportunity of discussing the upcoming show at the High Noon Saloon on February 8th featuring Mr. Wayne THE TRAIN Hancock with the man himself. When I decide to reach out to artists to hear it from them, I always want it to be someone who I really want to introduce to the people that may not have ever heard of, or heard the sounds of. There are always chances for that and for those who may not have ever run into THE TRAIN before, take a listen in here to this one. We walked through what any unexpected audience members are in store for, the process by which The Train created the songs that fill our minds with such stories and images like a fresh page flip in a book we always wanted to open. We dive into how a couple of tracks take form and shape on the newest release “Slingin’ Rhythm”, released end of 2016 on Bloodshot Records. This conversation is raw and so enlightening. When Wayne THE TRAIN Hancock comes to a town near you, you can rest assured that you are going to get a long and winding show filled with sounds that he calls out off the cuff and it will always be a show that is unique to that niGht…. I ask you to tell me what else you could want from a night out? Be it Rockabilly, Western Swing, Juke-joint Jazz…whatever you want to try and call it, the music created has that feeling of an old blanket with the sensation of a new body wrapped up under it with you.

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