Music


Angie hung out with me today. We threw the tunes out there for ya’ on this sunny, warm, “winter we hardly knew thee” kind of day.

Lots of newer releases today, including Ray Wylie Hubbard, Steve Kaul & The Brass Kings, Justin Townes Earle, The Union Suits, Pearl Handled Revolver, Bernie King & The Guilty Pleasures, Jimmy Burns Band, Lincoln Durham, L’Assassins, Microwave Dave & The Nukes, Bob Livingston, Kentucky Bridge Burners, Nathan James & The Rhythm Scratchers, Tail Dragger & Bob Corritore.

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And remember boys & girls, where we live, we always CRANK UP THE VOLUME while listening to Freewheelin’.


A heavyweight dubwise program with tons of new stuff…and a celebration of Pi Day. Starting out with the freshest rootical dub album History, Mystery, Destiny from Ital Horns Meets Bush Chemists Featuring Rico. This was followed by crucial new material from Dubzoic (on Irie On Air); Stand High Patrol with the album Midnight Walkers and the new “United We Stand” 12” from Original Bass Foundation (OBF) with Kenny Knots. And DJ Baby Swiss did his special “Happy Pi Day” mix for the 3rd hour: where the album order of the tracks was 3,1,4,1,5,9,2,6, and 5. Oh, and it included the track “Pi” from Kate Bush (Yup…).

St. Patti’s day – and I’ll be working…. But that’s a good thing. I’m Irish and Scottish, and like a good woman from the homeland – we work super hard, and live to the fullest. Songs about labor, being Irish, Rebellion, Love of the homeland, and Freedom. This past 2 weeks = I can’t even tell you how behind i am on life.. so… yeah – I’m never going to get a break until 3 weeks from now

Caryl and Louise play a wide variety of French music, from old to new, from France, French Canada and a surprise song from Marlene Dietrich, singing “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” in French. (“Où Vont les Fleurs?”)


Novelist Arthur Phillips calls in to talk about his newest novel, The Tragedy of Arthur, a witty book about a supposed newly discovered play by Shakespeare. It was named a New York Times Notable Book of 2011. Arthur Phillips is also the author of Prague and Angelica, among other works.

We also speak with Donovan Holn, author of Moby-Duck: The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea and of the Beachcombers, Oceanographers, Environmentalists, and Fools, Including the Author, Who Went in Search of Them. It was also declared a New York Times Notable Book of 2011, among other awards garnered. More information is available at www.donovanhohn.com.

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