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2/13/2014 In Your Ear

The 22nd Annual “In Your Ear Love Stinks Valentines Special”…the flip side of all the sweet goofy love songs you hear everywhere else. This show is about the pain and heartache of love. It’s for anyone who ever had a broken heart and wanted to wash that other person out of their life. Thanks to the Nighthawk for sitting in with me tonight.

2/13/2014 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

2/13 in a nutshell…

This week’s “Ooh” goes out to Angie and The Nighthawk in a continuation of their V-Day “Love Stinks” shenanigans. Classic ska titles like Delroy Wilson’s “Tear Us Apart,” Rita Marley’s “You Lied,” Ken Boothe’s “You’re No Good” and Mamie Perry’s “Lament” are the tips of the iceberg, we’re sure you’ll agree. We even chucked in a good ol’ silly love song just for kicks… but not the one by Sir Paul! Next, drown your troubles in the doubles (and even a pair of triples) poured by Sherwood in the Voovie Doo, in orbit around his Planet. You’ll be carried away to the tropics of your imagination by Arthur Lyman, David Rose, The Islanders and more… and about those triples: you can overdose yourself on George Russell’s “Chromatic Universe,” parts 1, 2, and 3… and then cross the Yello “Swing” bridge over to the Mort Garson hat-trick! Garson himself performs “Symphony for a Spider Plant,” followed up by Terry Gibbs vibing his way through Garson’s hit “Our Day Will Come,” and finishing up with a live-in-concert Shiina Ringo (had to work her into this mix somehow), singing with Tokyo Jihen in what we call the “N… H… K…?” version of Garson’s “Dynamite.” The Home Stretch gave us Lulu (or should we say “Our Girl Lulupop?”) singing… oh, you know what she sang! “Exodus,” the movie theme and the GotchaSKAvered Ska Cover-of-the-Month selection for February, was done up by Jazz Jamaica from their Double Barrel release, and five more non-2Tone-affiliated UK artists made up the 5@5:05. Perfect excuse for us to dredge up The Dualers’ winter-weather advisory “Jack Frost” again… we love that thing around here, especially when we know the degrees are about to drop like flies into stupid-below-zero territory… and we’ve been pounded by a lot of that this winter! So will “Jack Frost” get played again next week? Tune in, and stay tuned.

2/13/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Mark Koerner
News Host: Trisha Collopy
Producer: Paul Brohaugh

2/13/2014 Democracy Now!
2/13/2014 Northern Sun News
2.13.14 BELOWtheWASTE

2/13/2014 The Dakota Dave Hull Show
2/13/2014 African Rhythms

New music from Tinariwen today plus lots of other favorites both vintage and fresh.

2/13/2014 Blueslady's Time Machine
2/13/2014 The Rockhouse
2/13/2014 Disabled and Proud
2/13/2014 Fresh Fruit

Host: Roxanne Anderson
Laverne Cox and CeCe McDonald
Pre Recorded in studio 3

2/13/2014 Encuentro

This program is entirely dedicated to songs about “amores, desamores, pasiones, ilusiones, desengaños, coincidencias, desencuentros, suspiros, patetismo, quebrantos, llantos, moqueo, gritos, sombrerazos (y uno que otro pujido)” (love, romance and heartbreaks), a (sort of) celebration of Valentine’s Day.

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2/13/2014 Kinda Cloudy Radio

Thursday, February 13, 2014