Rock

3/20/2008 In Your Ear
3/19/2008 Scandinavian Cultural Hour

As we experience yet another vernal equinox the ancient Earth awakens from the winters sleep. The music for tonights show brings ancient rhythms via Inuit drum songs from Greenland, jojk from above the Arctic Circle and ancient harp (kantele) music from Karelia, Estonia and Latvia. Sami artists Marit Hætte Øverli and her group Jienat along with Nikko Valkeapää (born in Enontekiö, Finland and residing now in Kautokeino, Norway) offer traditional and modern settings of jojk. Inuit drum singer Kigutikaq Duneq and Northern Voices (Christian Vuust and Tobias Sjögren) bring ancient story songs from Greenland. The Karelian Folk Music Ensemble and Estonian artist Kirili Loo bring music and ancient stories prominently featuring the kantele. The Latvian ensemble Ilgi rounds out the evening of music Äfrom the fringesÄ.

3/19/2008 Rockin' In Rhythm

The play list for 03-19-08. Music, radio and Bob Ray.

3/19/2008 Dart Gun Radio
3/18/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Happy St. Pat’s! We squeezed in a couple appropriate tunes, as well as some Brazilian music I picked up at the Jazz Records store in Chicago over the weekend. New music highlights this week were The Black Hollies, Patty Larkin, shredding blues guitar from Eddie The Chief Clearwater, and guest David Levin came in for some pop-rocking in the 8:00 hour with his new album, Criminal.

3/17/2008 Jet Set Planet

Get your hot, kinky Peanuts here!

3/17/2008 Freewheelin'

A big thanks to Beth Shaw for filling in for me this week as I recuperate from minor surgery.

3/17/2008 Sonic Pleasure
3/14/2008 Crap From The Past

One song after another until the 90 minutes are over, don’t call me, email me

3/14/2008 Radio Rumpus Room

For the luvvagod, can’t somebody find a quote for here?!?!?

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