DJ Double D & Sam
Tonight #DJDoubleD and #WhamBamSam intoduce some new segments.
This day in history: Prohibition Ended
International Student Suggestions: Dutch
Sample Says: Today's Songs, Yesterday's Originals.
Weekly Bomb: Best new music we heard/found.
Stay tuned. We're going hard this morning.
Eclectic & Hiphop & Oldies & Soul
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|Korn||Lowrider||Life is Peachey|
|Bert Williams||When the Moon Shines on the Moonshine|
|The Pogues||Streams of Whiskey||Red Roses for Me|
|Archie Bell and the Drells||Give Me Time||Tighten Up|
|Baby Washington||That's How Heartaches Are Made||That's How Heartaches Are Made|
|The Uptones||No More||East Side Story Vol. 5|
|Ben Saunders||Use Somebody||From The Voice, originally from the Netherlands|
|Niels Geusebroek||YoTake ur Time Girl||Song set to acoustic guitar laid over the heartbeat of an infant in the womb.|
|Ginger Rogers||Gold Diggers of 1933 (We're in the Money)||Movie Soundtrack||She sang it in the movie. The popular version was sang by Dick Powell.|
|Ethel Waters||Stormy Weather||Originally a club hit, she recorded it later in this year, 1933, when it gained populatrity.|
|Duke Ellington||Sophisticated Lady (Take 1)||Solos, Duets, and Trios||Jazz Classic|
|Ray Noble||Love is the Sweetest Thing||Originally from the UK|
|Guy Lombardo||The Last Round Up||65 Hits Guy Lombardo|
|Did You Ever See A Dream Walking||Eddy Duchin Orchestra|
|Freddie Hubbard||People Make the World Go Round||Polar AC|
|Count Bass D||Blackman Dreams||Dwight Spitz|
|A Tribe Called Quest||The Love||The Love Movement|
|7 Days of Funk||High Wit Me||7 Days of Funk|
|Danny Watts||Three Ghosts After Tonight||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYduK-DwnmY|
|J Dilla||Won't Do||The Shining (Instrumentals)|
|Twenty One PIlots||Car Radio||Friend of the show, Julia Gonzalez, suggested as new music|
|Cherry Poppin' Daddies||Zoot Suit Riot|
|Joe Garland||In The Mood||Performed by ORCHESTRA SIMFONICA DE SUFLATORI ANGELY'S|
|Jack Pettis and his Pets||Bugle Call Blues||A 1929 blues hit. Bugle blues.|
|W.C.Handy's Orchestra||St. Louis Blues||Recorded in 1914, W.C. Handy is considered one of the father's of the blues.|
|Kay Keyser and his Orchestra||A Zoot Suit (For My Sunday Gal)||From the Motion Picture Zoot Suit|
|Lalo Guerrero Y Sus Cinco Lobos||Chucos Suaves: Los Chucos Suaves||From the Motion Picture Zoot Suit|