Music

Tonight we blasted off on our annual special entitled “Lunar Lunacy: One Giant Leap for Dubkind” commemoratrating the 1st moon landing July 20, 1969. From the “Dub Side of the Moon” album, to a couple versions of “Walking on the Moon” we travelled to the outer reaches of the known universe…in search of dub and other space funk.

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it is hot as hell out here. Lovin’Spoonful,Dears, Any trouble, the Queers, Gluecifer, Tomorrow’s Tulips, Crocodiles, Dragons Power Up, Electric Eel Shock, Naked Raygun, the Scientists, Bass Drum of Death and more

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It’s an all-music program, with music old and new from France, French Canada, and Louisiana Cajun music. Louise and Caryl also report on activities and films in the Twin Cities of interest to French speakers and those interested in French events.

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We talk with Rebecca Makkai, author of The Borrower, the story of Lucy Hull, librarian, whose life is hijacked by a 10-year-old book-loving library patron running away from home.

Also, we chat with Bill Cottman, author of a new collection of poems and photographs called Surface Tensions. Bill Cottman is a husband, father, grandfather, retired electrical engineer, fine art photographer, writer, and co-host of the KFAI show, Mostly Jazz.

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Riding the rails with your favorite folk, blues bluegrass train songs!

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Hunter Stockton Thompson was born July 18, 1937, in Louisville, Kentucky. The father of gonzo journalism left a literary legacy—literally trunk loads—of political features, personal letters and fiction. Tonight the Pop Shop celebrates the good doctor with gonzo-inspired pop. Pour yourself a Chivas rocks, sit back, and enjoy the ride!

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