6/12/2014 The Morning Blend

Producer: Paul Brohaugh
Music Host: Mark Koerner
News Host: Tricia Collopy

6/12/2014 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

6/12 in a nutshell…

The Ooh had a block of 5 old skas on the Worldisc label, led off by a favorite Lee Perry cut, “Wishes of the Wicked.” 2 more “Wicked” tracks were to be found among the five, Neville Esson’s “Wicked and Dreadful” and Wicked Man” by Shenley Duffus. And speaking of wicked, who should turn up in Sherwood’s playlist but Satan… and on holiday at that! Big-bandleader Tommy Dorsey and his fellow trombone star Warren Covington have the lowdown. That follows the calendar-album segment featuring the psychedelically percussive Hal Blaine and mallet master Emil Richards, who both played on Blaine’s album (Psychedelic Percussion) and recorded his own (Stones). “Trippin’ Out” and “Moonstone” are their June selections. In the Home Stretch, “James Bond” got the live Selecter treatment, from Out On The Streets – Live in London, The Melodians bookended an all-‘70s “Ska’s Lost Decade” 5@5:05 set, and there were back-to-back movie and TV themes served up piping (and skankin’) hot by Tsuyoshi Kawakami and Pannonia Allstars. More wicked grooves next time… tune in and stay tuned!

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6/11/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: David Cummings
News Host: Robert Easley
Producer: Mike Fischbein

6/10/2014 Rollin' and Tumblin'

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6/10/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Ryan Dawes
Producer: Ron Thums

6/9/2014 Radio Duende (aka International Jazz Conspiracy)
6/9/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Terry Carter, Xan Holston, Brenda Bell Brown
Programs: Lake Superior Project, First Person Radio,
Reporters: Laura Waterman Wittstock, Marie Rock, Kelly Schoenfelder, Cher Dial, Pablo Miranda

6/7/2014 Collective Eye
6/7/2014 Rhythm and Grooves

Pianist Steven Hobert came by and played live in the studio. I also played music from the James Carter Organ Trio, Wes Montgomery, Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington, Herbie Mann & the Bill Evans Trio, The Jack Brass Band, Erena Terakubo, and a Curtis Mayfield composition, Superfly, by the Jazz Soul Seven.