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Thanks for all your calls during the show. Today’s program featured more champagne than 12-bar blues but whether its golden or straight ahead….it all comes from the same root. The Mississippi Delta!

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A fraction of the FONOTONE sound. Joe Bussard rules the air waves.

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The last couple of times I was in New Orleans, I saw a flyer tacked to a light pole and taped in a window for a group called the Zydepunks. Cajun, Irish, Jewish Punk is what accompanied the hand-drawn Social Distortion-like skeleton on the flyer. And each time they had already played, and I was seeing an old flyer. I took a picture of one, thinking one day I might actually catch this local NOLA band. Now I don’t have to wait until my next visit! KFAI got their debut record this week! I was so excited to share it during the 7:00 hour. We also heard Joseph Arthur and brand new Pert’ Near Sandstone. See you next week on pledge drive!

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Jerry Garcia Band 11/25/88 Wiltern Theatre LA, Ca.

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Smells like the inside of my grandmother’s purse…

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American Icon: Superman, part 2 (Studio 360)

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Birthdays-in-Blue for Blues Shouter NAPPY BROWN, Honkin’ Tenor Sax Man HALCORNBREADSINGER, Pianomen IVORY JOE HUNTER and SAM PRICE, Memphis Soulman O.V. WRIGHT, and Liverpool’s Own JOHN LENNON. We’ll hear a number of the sounds that fired a young Lennon’s musical imagination. Other Birthdays-in-Blue include a pair of Jazz Immortals: THELONIOUS MONK and ART BLAKEY.

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