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March Madness!

3/15 in a nutshell…
We’re back, and glad to be welcoming you aboard! The “Ooh” went time-hopping, starting off with some ’60s instros with “Ska” in the title, and winding up with Dr. Buzzard associate Gichy Dan and his Beachwood #9 outfit, after a glitchy detour through 2Tone which was simply… madness. Suggs & crew’s Prince Buster cover simply wouldn’t play straight through no matter which deck we fed it into, so Georgie Fame’s mid-60s remake had to get the job done. But hey_ how ‘bout that Gichy Dan! Meanwhile in the “Voov”, Sherwood dropped a cool, laid-back MFSB cut bearing the oddly-Kraftwerkian sounding title “Human Machine” for openers. A “curveballs” set involving “not THOSE” Scorpions, Eagles, or Crystals kicked off with… not THAT Fela! A Lionel Hampton/Shiina Ringo DJ mix played us into the 4:00 hour where the 4(+1)-in-a-row set was titled “Bad Boys, Rudies & Miscreants”. GotchaSKAvered fed us our first Hungarian “Lollipop”, we went juggling with TSPO, and we dug some more Dan (Gichy, not Steely) before winding up with a Mutant Frogs set… Ribbit, ribbit!

See play list below


Regina Marie Williams was my guest today, talking about her new CD, When A Woman Loves A Man. Besides a few tracks from that CD, I played newer music from Akiko Tusuruga,Lynne Arriale, Mark Winkler, and Snowblind. Also played music from classic artists, including Hank Mobley, Thelonious Monk, Lee Morgan, Mingus, and more….

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Chicago Choir boy turned Gangster’s son turned rugged outdoorsman Frankie Laine, the sleepy, Sleazy bedroom music of The Mystic Moods Orchestra, a super set of over mitt, organ action, including a request for Jimmy Smith’s “Ape Women” and a Penthouse Pet.

Ticket Giveway Bonanza!

International Women and their wondrous voices celebrated !

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