David D. Young
It was cold & windy the 1st couple of days of December & I was invigorated & worn-out by that simultaneously. After hearing Archie Shepp at the end of my last show I'm ready for more so there is today. This weeks theme is Us As A People Should Figure Out Something To Worship Other Than The Money-God Of Conspicuous Consumption This Christmas Season.
Bluegrass & Blues & Jazz & Recitation & Rock
Curtis Carroll & Professor DJMarkuss Prog & Rock Shurewood
Welcome prog fans. Today we have the usual smattering of old and new. Jethro Tull, Nektar, and Flash bring the meat and potatos to the table. New offerings from Riverside, Marillion, and TesseracT. Rock Progressivo Italiano from CAP (can't believe I left them off the playlist ALL year!) And of course, an improbably proggy track that hits a trifecta: It's a request, it's new and it's the extended track! Questions, comments, and requests may be sent to email@example.com.
Bill Wagman & Robyne Fawx
Robyne is in the house today, Dear Heart. We ready for the coming of winter today.
For a little tin sandwich you can fit in your pocket, the harmonica can sure make a helluva wail. Add a taxi dispatcher's microphone and an overworked near-explosion amplifier, put it all in the cupped hands of somebody like Little Walter (pictured) - hair-raising magic. Today we celebrate the Mississippi Saxophone - it's harmonica time. Dig!
Blues & Folk & Funk & Jazz & Rb & Rock & Soul
how long until the end...
Pirate of the High Frequenseas
What up, dog?
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