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Host: Peter Gokey

Guests: Lee Lewis, Joe Larson, David Folkens

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On Thursday, April 22nd, celebrated author Alexander McCall Smith talks about his newest book, The Double Comfort Safari Club, the newest installment in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series, which introduced readers to Precious Ramotswe.

Also this week, Christopher Valen joins us to talk about his thriller, The Black Minute, which is a finalist for a Midwest Book Award, and which features the fictional detective John Santana of the St. Paul Police Department.

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-Hull, Dakota Dave / New Shirt / New Shirt / Arabica / 3.58
-Holiday, Billie / Guilty / Complete Decca Recordings / MCA / 3.14
-Home Jethro / The Girl on the Police Gazette / 78 / King #773A / 2.33
-Darby Tarleton / Irish Police / Darby Tarleton / JSP / 2.59
-Young Pretender / Policeman / West Indian Rhythm / Bear Family / 2.59
-Coppock’s Hawaiians / The Prisoner’s Song / Sol Hoopii in Hollywood / Grass Skirt / 2.45
-Growler / Police Diplomacy / West Indian Rhythm / Bear Family / 2.42

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It’s Earth Day here at the Rockhouse. We’ll put out the call to action with some music about the wonderful world. We’ll spend quite a bit of time in one of the most wonderfulest parts of the world – New Orleans as we kick off JazzFest with 90 minutes of music from the Crescent City courtesy of special guest Mark Trehus.

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After this week’s 1st-gen oldies set, the mighty Tokyo Ska delivers the first of 4 rounds with a track from pretty deep in their own history, Hurry Up!! from Moods for Tokyo Ska. Later, you hear ‘em backing Rico here and Ringo there, and bringing the symphony (and the surf!) on Ai no Sanka with Strings… coffee, anyone? André Popp, B. Bumble, Tipsy and Harry Partch help provide the soundtrack in the Voovie Doo Lounge, and the mysterious Fizzy sings the Lolli rerun-of-the-week after another never-before-played-on-RSST 4(+1)-in-a-row (all Japanese cuts, btw), and live, from Argentina… The Skatalites! Bravissimo!

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I’d like to thank David Wiley for filling in for me this week. You may remember David from Mystery Train. Enjoy all the sounds that he has sent out for your ears!

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