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Sam & DJ Double D

Congrats to Everyone: KDVS hit the $50K mark to achieve our fundraiser goals. 

Starting today's show with Lowrider, a new cover

6am: Today in History: Blossom Dearie, Blues singer, Born. 

630: Foreign Kid Sounds: Juana Molina: Lo Dicidio

7am: Sample Says: Shabazz Palaces' "The King's Clothes Were Made By His Own Hand" samples Philip Glass's "That Place"

730: Weekly Bomb: Sage Francis: Vonnegut Busy

In between, DJDoubleD has some swing orings for you as well as a sexy DooWop set. WhamBamSam will be playing HIP HOP!!!!

Genre

oldies, soul, hip-hop, eclectic

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Monday 4/28/2014 @ 6:00AM - 8:00AM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Quando Quango Lowrider
Airbreak
Blossom Dearie I'm Shadowing You
The Delfonics Ready or Not Sound of Sexy Soul
Pondersoa Twins Plus One Bound
Jerry Butler Just Because I Really Love You The Ice Man Cometh
Swingin Philies L-O-V-E
Mac Demarco Treat Her Better Salad Days
Airbreak
Juana Molina Lo Dicidio
Essex I Love Her
Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs We're Lovers
Duprees I`m Yours Have You Heard
Jive Five These Golden Rings
The Platters Only You (And You Alone) Encore of Golden Hits: The Platters Mercury
Shep & The Limelights Oh What A Feeling Sue Records
The Clovers Lovey Dovey Their Greatest Hits ATCO
Philip Glass That Place Powaqqatsi
Shabazz Palaces Kings New Clothes Were Made By His Own Hands Black Up
Spoek Mathambo Mishini Wam
Ghostface Killah 2Getha Baby
Apani B Fly Narcotics
Oran Juice Jones Player's Call
Airbreak
Sage Francis Vonnegut Busy Copper Gone Strange Famous
Benny Goodman If I Could Be With You 1935 Benny Goodman, arguably, ushered in the birth of Swing Music with his 1935 live performance at the Palomar ballroom, Los Angeles. Unfortunately, I can't locate a great recording to play
Chuck Webb Blues in my Heart 1931 Not to be contrary to my last statement, because it was true, but Chuck Webb created Swing. It didn't take off in 1931 because of the Depression and its effects, specifically, on Black areas of the country like Harlem.
Fletcher Henderson Harlem Madness Fletcher Henderson, a great bandleader in his own right, also helped with most of Benny Goodman's arrangements and "distinctive style."
Jimmie Lunceford Just Once Too Often Margie
Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra Sammy's Nightmare The 20th Century Gabriel
Charlie and his Orchestra I Double Dare You Propaganda Swing Nazi-sponsored German propaganda swing band. Jazz music styles were seen by Nazi authorities as rebellious but ironically, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels conceived of using the style in shortwave radio broadcasts aimed at the Allied Forces