4/4/2009 Sangam
4/4/2009 Caribbean Jam

TITILES WITH ** INDICATES NEW RELEASES.Thanks to Mr.Vegas for coming in and hanging out with me today.Hope all the listeners questions were answered.One Love

4/4/2009 Good 'N Country
4/4/2009 Sabados Alegres
4/4/2009 Mostly Jazz

Martin Luther King Senegal, West Africa

4/4/2009 A Great Blend Of Watercolors

SPECIAL Telephone Interview Today!
Luther Lackey featuring his NEW CD titled I Should Have Stayed Scared on Ecko Records. A special Thank YOU to Larry Chambers, Promotions Director of Ecko Records for arranging this interview.


4/3/2009 Crap From The Past

Mo’ Bridges, Heartbreaker, and a Steve Miller Atrocity

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4/3/2009 Radio Rumpus Room

From his experience in the rough terrain of Death Valley [Charles] Manson decided that dune buggies were just the vehicles for his mobile snuff squad. They were great for outrunning cops in the abyss. They were light enough so that two or three of the gore groupies could lift them over boulders and precipices… Dune buggies, ah sacred dune buggies — they were battleships. He would later outfit dune buggies with huge gas tanks giving them a 1000-mile assault field. They put machinegun mounts on them and Manson’s command buggy was fixed so that it could be slept in. There could be food dune buggies, ammunition dune buggies, dope supply dune buggies, etc.

— Ed Sanders, The Family: The Story of Charles Manson’s Dune Buggy Attack Battalion