Music

8/15/2008 Voice Cried Softly
8/14/2008 Collective Eye

August is Abbey Lincoln Month on the Collective Eye. Born August 6, 1930, Ms. Lincoln has created a jazz lexicon of vocalization and it is astounding how few people are aware of her recordings. Tonight’s program also pays homage to another formative musician, Mr. Issac Hayes, whose untimely demise earlier this week rocked the RB world. Walk Good Mr. Hayes!

8/14/2008 Fresh Fruit

Host Leigh Combs

8/14/2008 Art Matters
8/14/2008 Blueslady's Time Machine
8/14/2008 African Rhythms
8/14/2008 Write On Radio!

Poet LouAnn Shepard Muhm joins us by phone to talk about her new collection of poetry, Breaking the Glass. She hails from Park Rapids, Minnesota, and she will be reading Saturday, August 23 at Magers and Quinn at 6 pm with Athena Kildegaard and Argie Margolis from Morris and Francine Sterle from the Duluth area.

In the second half of the show, Steve McEllistrem talks with award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer Lois McMaster Bujold. She discusses her newest book in the Sharing Knife series, Passage.

8/14/2008 The Dakota Dave Hull Show

Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt
Holiday, Billie : Life Begins When You’re In Live
Reeves, Ruben Omer Simeon : Congo Love Song

8/14/2008 The Rockhouse

We observe the passing of Issac Hayes by playing some of the great songs he composed (with David Porter), as well as a set of swim, run, ride and jump songs in honor of the Olympics. Also, new music from Steve Cropper Felix Cavilierre, Johnny Rawls and Eddie Floyd, and a shout out to our own New Orleans soul singer hero, Willie West.

8/14/2008 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

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