Music

4/22/2008 Rollin' and Tumblin'

This show is full of homegrown music(11 out of 32 tunes). Probably influenced by my weekend listening to local acts. Friday night, April 18th, I went to hear Big Walter Smith The Groove Merchants at Famous Dave’s and on Sun the 20th, I had a great time listening to the smooth male blues at Dean’s in St. Paul.

4/22/2008 Corazon Latino

Dia de la Tierra/ Earth Day

4/22/2008 Dig Up The Roots

The only common thread in this show, was that all the records leapt out at me, insisting that they should all go together. Who was I to argue?

4/22/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Duncan Maitland:http://www.myspace.com/duncanmaitland and Fran King:http://www.myspace.com/frankingband were back in town to play dates in the Twin Cities. These gentlemen from Ireland do seemless harmonies on each other’s songs, and make creating a perfect pop song seem so easy. You know it’s not, but they work so well together that it seems so. Be sure to catch them live when you have the chance again, and look forward to hearing more from them on KFAI.

4/21/2008 Jet Set Planet

SUPER EZ, SUPER SLEAZY.

4/21/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
4/21/2008 Listening Lounge

American Icon: Wizard of Oz, part one (Studio 360)

4/21/2008 Bop Street
4/21/2008 The Shake and Bake Show
4/21/2008 Health Notes

Abraham

Abraham, a group of obviously evolved teachers, speak their broader Non-physical perspective through the physical body of Esther. Speaking to our level of comprehension, from their present moment to our now, through a series of loving, allowing, brilliant yet comprehensively simple, recordings in print, in video, and in sound—they guide us to a clear connection with our Inner Being—they guide us to self-upliftment from our total self.

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