CrossFade on 06/23/11

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Thu, 06/23/2011 - 10:00pm - Fri, 06/24/2011 - 12:00am
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7 Inches Of Old Portland

7 Inches of Old Portland - playing 45's for 2 hours is hard work, hopefully I can keep it up.
NW Classics from the past.

New Music in the KBOO Music Library


Big Chief Monk Boudreaux - Won't Bow Down
James Hurley - Tempest in a Teacup
John 'Broadway' Tucker - Somebody New
Mt. Hood Jazz Band & Combos, with special guest Curtis Salgado - Ganbei
Catherine MacLellan - Silhouette
Bill Bourne & The Free Radio Band - Bluesland
Susan Wylde - In the Light
Judy Wexler - Under a Painted Sky
Joel Mabus - American Anonymous
Donna Ulisse - An Easy Climb
JD Malone & the Experts - Avalon
Tori Sparks - Until Morning/Come out of the Dark
Tim Easton - Beat the Band
Tim Easton - Since 1966: Vol. 1
Ben William - State of Art
Liz Tormes - Limelight
Ursula George - I'm Drivin'
Heavy Tin - Space Cats
Steven Kroon - Without a Doubt (Sin Duda)

No.Fest on 06/25/11

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Sat, 06/25/2011 - 12:00pm - 10:00pm
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We're broadcasting from Towne Square live today, from the heart of St. Johns. The No.Fest has a suggested donation of $1, and unlike many festivals, you are free to eat and drink whereever you want, because the festival is happening all over Lombard St, the main drag of St. Johns.

Enjoy a break from the chaos at The Yellow House, hosting an informal open music gathering in the back patio from 1pm to 9pm, Saturday. You can also hear the KBOO simulcast from the comfort of cushions in the living room.

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 06/21/2011

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Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Kush
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Vinyl Pajama Party on 06/21/11

Vinyl Pajama Party
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Tue, 06/21/2011 - 3:00am - 5:30am
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accordion summer solstice show


Tune in this early morning to “The Vinyl Pajama Party”
for an ear-full of accordion!

That's right - Brian and Kelly will be bringing your way
a whole box full of toe tappin’ tunes and some somber songs -
all featuring the world’s happiest instrument!

Help us celebrate accordion appreciation month,
and the first day of summer-
 only right here at KBOO -
the best in community radio!!!

Music Without Borders playlist for 06/19/2011

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Music Without Borders
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Dr. Zomb's Stereo Obscura playlist for 06/10/2011

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Dr. Zomb's Stereo Obscura
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Offbeat sounds for talented listeners


This show was helped out greatly by Rev. Chuck of Rev. Bill's Vacation Bible Camp and his vast collection of inspirational recorded media... Thanks a million


At times there was some back and forth mixing going on and during that we heard quite a bit of People Like Us's new release on Illegal Art, a new CD at the station by Big Pauper (mastered by Portland's own Tim Stollenwerk) on Circle into Square records as well as another new release in the KBOO library by Amon Tobin, called Isam on Ninja Tune.  Also new stuff from the Vadislav Delay Quartet...

Here's the playlist:

intro   the talking record for boys lp

bruce haack/miss nelson   intro

From the Hallways to the Airwaves, Episode Two

Youth Randomonium
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Fri, 06/17/2011

Zac York hosts the second enstallment of "From The Hallways to the Airwaves". He focuses on music from Vancouver School of Arts and Academics.

24:41 minutes (45.2 MB)

Active Listening playlist for 06/16/2011

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Paula's Picks playlist for 06/16/2011

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"Louder than a Bomb" Film Screening

Living Room Theaters - 41 SW 10th Ave - Portland -

Darkside Cinema - 215 SW 4th Street - Corvallis -

All DAY, Saturday, June 18th - 7 AM - 8 PM

Gil Scott-Heron Tribute - Reflections Cafe & Bookshop - 446 NE Killingsworth (503) 288-4070 - Portland

Saturday, June 18th - 10 AM

Youth Employment Fair - Seeznin's Sports Bar & Lounge - 2218 NE 82nd Ave (by Madison H.S.) - Portland



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