A special show tonight as we aired part 1 of the 5th annual “Around the World in 20+ Dubs” (originally aired 4-29 on Echo Beach at WLUW-FM, Chicago). Also tonight we featured new music from Springline Records and Dubmission Records, along with new selections from Liquid Stranger, Bedouin Soundclash, Professor, and Jamaram. And, in the final hour, DJ Baby Swiss did a “Roots of Dub” archive set.
Celebrating the life of Harmon Killebrew: the Andrew Sisters, Big Black, this Moment in Black History, Baseball Project, Gay Witch Abortion, Dag for Dag, Count Basie, the Treniers, Atmosphere, Big Pauper, Hammerhead (Playing this Thursday at the Turf), the Dills, Wanda Jackson – ETCETC& MORE
We speak with Richard Horan about his book Seeds: One Man’s Serendipitous Journey to Find the Trees That Inspired Famous American Writers. Richard Horan is also a novelist, English teacher and book reviewer. His novel Goose Music was a finalist for the Great Lakes Fiction Award and won the ForeWord Book of the Year Bronze Medal.
Also, we talk with novelist Sheila O’Connor about her newest book, Sparrow Road. Sheila O’Connor is also the author of the novels Where No Gods Came (winner of the Minnesota Book Award and more) and Tokens of Grace. Her poems, stories and essays have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, and her work has been recognized by the Bush Foundation, Loft McKnight and the Minnesota State Arts Board.
Whirl-with-Cyn Today’s show focusses on musicians performing Art-a-Whirl. During the 2nd hour, Chris Perricelli (Little Man) shares music from and stories about his forthcoming Orbital Amusement CD as well as songs that inspire him.
The Pop Shop celebrates the 45th anniversary of what Mojo called “the greatest record ever made”……the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds. “The Man” limits us to just a few tracks from a single album, so we’ll present an alternate version of Pet Sounds, with original tracks, Brian Wilson solo renditions, and select covers. Plus, bubblegum pop and a preview of the new, soon-to-be-released CD by Little Man: Orbital Amusement.