Eclectic

Michael James Band – Too Much Talk

Walter Lewis & The Blue Stars – I Have Love At Home

Lisa Dal Bello – Pretty Girls

Norman Connors – Black Cow

Mark Barrot – Brunch With Suki

Drugdealer – Suddenly

Country Hams – Bridge On The River Suite

Maze – Joy And Pain (Live 12" Version)

Shakatak – Don't Blame It On Love

Cool Notes – You're Never Too Young

Phillippe Wynne – Lisa

The Main Ingredient – Summer Breeze

Al Johnson & Jean Carne – I'm Back For More

Jim Hurt – I Love Women

KFAI Spin with Cyn guest DJ Jeffrey Fortson returned tonight with a very fun theme: "It was a hit then, but would it be a hit now?" Fortson is a professional arts, editorial and portrait photographer. He DJ'ed in Los Angeles from 1983-1993 at different clubs around the city, including Club Mu (Hollywood), The Improv (Santa Monica) and Club Sandwich (DT Los Angeles). His first job in the mid 70s was as a second engineer at Media Sound in Manhattan, a popular studio with artist signed to CBS records

Centropolis

1984-like drama set in the State, Centropolis, which has solved all problems and is bio-engineering a triumph over death itself. Actors are recruited to play the public, and sometimes dangerous, roles of government officials, leaving the inner workings of government to proceed independent of public scrutiny. The German drama is orchestrated into sound bites, photo opportunities, and planned leaks. 

Dave Roberts fills in,  playing the greatest collection of Lounge music, Crime Jazz, Spy Jazz, 70’s seduction themes and even a section or 2 from Thrift store USA. (597)

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