Music

3/18/2008 Disabled and Proud

Tony Debois A young autistic artist who plays keyboards. We will be hearing from his cd, 4000 Years of Music

3/18/2008 Rollin' and Tumblin'

How to heal the world’s blues? Get Lady J’s prescription…the sexological solution! Today’s show featured the sexy saxy blues.

3/18/2008 Corazon Latino

Tango, Brasil, Flamenco, Bachata de la Republica Dominicana, Fado, Musica huasteca, un corrido y algunas canciones/ Tango, Brazil, Flamenco, Bachata from the Dominican Republic/ Music of the Huasteca, one corrido and a few songs.

3/18/2008 Dig Up The Roots

Today we played selections from the label New World Records.

3/18/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Happy St. Pat’s! We squeezed in a couple appropriate tunes, as well as some Brazilian music I picked up at the Jazz Records store in Chicago over the weekend. New music highlights this week were The Black Hollies, Patty Larkin, shredding blues guitar from Eddie The Chief Clearwater, and guest David Levin came in for some pop-rocking in the 8:00 hour with his new album, Criminal.

3/17/2008 Jet Set Planet

Get your hot, kinky Peanuts here!

3/17/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture
3/17/2008 Listening Lounge

Locally-produced story by Todd Melby … as part of Blue Highways: Iraq’s Forgotten Home Front

3/17/2008 Bop Street

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY in the Land of the Round Haircut. And not to forget SAINT URHO, Patron Saint of Finland. The wearing of the Green and the Wearing of the Purple. A pair of Saint Patrick’s Day Birthdays-in-Green: NATKINGCOLE and JOHN SEBASTIAN, along with a Gospel styled Birthday-in-Gold for SISTER ROSETTA THARPE. Lots more Good News in Song/Gospel Sounds for this sixth Monday in Lent/Holy Week. EASTER is the EARLIEST possible date this year—the last time EASTER came this early was in 1913! And SPRING arrives in the North Country(wishful thinking department) on Saturday———

3/17/2008 The Shake and Bake Show

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