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Drummer JT Bates came by to talk about his appearances at the Minnesota Sur Sein Festival, and the new album NEXT, on which he appears with French saxophonist Francois Courneloup. Also showcased some Fats Waller tunes.

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Brigette Menger-anderson, The Personal Care Assistant Director at Metropolitan Center for Independent Living. Juliette Silvers hosts and Michael (The Hook) engineers.

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On today’s show, I was able to get in about 35 tunes. How? By not talking as much! I’d had so many interviews the last few shows, I decided to stop all the grinning, and just keep spinning from 3p to 6p with non-stop blues.

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un poco de todo/ a little of everything

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Jazz guitars from some names remembered and some forgotten.

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Andy piloting the mothership in lieu of Pam on a beautiful spring morning. Er, it was a beautiful morning before it got really cloudy—if you were awake at 5:30 you’d have seen it too.

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When Batman met Shorty.

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Three by Joe Frank (Hearing Voices)

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Birthdays-in-Blue for Five-Count ‘Em-Five RECORD MEN—Emile Berliner, inventor of the flat disc(records as we know ‘em): RALPH PEER, pioneering AR Man who discovered both Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family in the ‘Big Bang’, of Country Music, MILT GABLER, founder of Commodore Records-one of the first independent labels-and later producer of both Louis Jordan, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Bill Haley and many others for DECCA; Henry Glover of KING and CHESS infamy; and BUMPS BLACKWELL of Specialty Records.
We celebrate their legacy with a number of tunes from the recent BEAR FAMILY release ONE MORE RECORD. Other Birthdays-in-Blue include Unsung Motown Hero SHORTY LONG, FATS WALLER, ARTIE SHAW and Our Own BOB DYLAN who turns 67 on Saturday. And, of course, it’s NATIONAL BICYCLE WEEK. Look out for RUSTY J……

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