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Paula's Picks on 03/08/10

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Mon, 03/08/2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Special "International Women's Day" Edition

Tonight is a special "Paula's Picks" to celebrate "International Women's Day"!

Songs and spoken word will be by women spanning genres and countries. Get ready for a musical feast for the soul!

Tune in from 8 - 10 pm and tell your friends!

It's THIS woman's prerogative to bring you great music, spoken word and to keep the celebration going!

"Paula's Picks" will return at its regularly scheduled 1st & 3rd Thursdays at 8 pm.

Thanks for listening to K-B-O-O!

Tonight it's women-powered radio transmitting from Portland, Corvallis & Hood River!

 

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Paula's Picks playlist for 03/04/2010

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03/04/2010

Tonight's show was full of thought-provoking words and music! I hope you enjoyed the journey!

There was a special edition of the spoken word "open mic" segment featuring some of the wonderful contributors to the Kicked Out Anthology, as well as an interview with editor & visionary, Sassafras Lowery.

Contributors/Writers:

Sabine Tigerlily Vasco

Philip J. Reeves

kay ulanday barrett

I highly recommend picking up a copy of the Anthology for you and a friend. Pick up a copy and drop it off at your local youth community centre/shelter/space. The Kicked Out Anthology was printed by Homofactus Press.

Music & Politics of Alistair Hulett

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Mon, 03/01/2010

 An "incendiary mix of punk rock, Celtic folk music, and anti-imperialist, working-class, left-wing politics" ---that's how our radical musicologist Brad Duncan describes Alistair Hulett and Roaring Jack, the band he formed.  This segment contains excerpts of his songs and a discussion of his life and music with Brad and the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.   Hulett died in January.  Here's an obituary with several video clips.

9:42 minutes (5.56 MB)

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 03/02/2010

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Anjali and The Kid
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03/02/2010

After a month in India Anjali is back to tell Portland what's what.

Early Morning Gumbo playlist for 03/02/2010

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Early Morning Gumbo
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03/02/2010

Early morning gumbo playlist

Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 5:30 to 7:00 AM

Substitue host: John Risley

Artist / Song / Album

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John Fogerty / I will walk with you / Deja Vu

Arian Lydon / Breathless Dancer / Waterbug anthology 7

Natalie Merchant / Sally Ann / The house carpenter's daughter

Dana and Susan Robinson / Poor Howard / Big Mystery

Dougie McLean / Turning away / Putamayo's the best of folk music

The Waterboys / She is so beautiful / The whole of the moon

Fairport convention / Who knows where the time goes / From the coffehouse

Silly Wizard / The valley of Strathmore / Best of Silly Wizard

Joan Baez / Its all

Anodyne playlist for 03/01/2010

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Back To The Egg
Air date: 
03/01/2010

HOUR ONE:
Wu-Tang Vs. The Beatles – Intro / C.R.E.A.M. – Enter The Magical Mystery Chambers (bootleg, 2010)
Beck – Hollywood Freaks – Midnight Vultures (Geffen, 1999)

Public Image Ltd. – This Is Not A Love Song – This Is Not A Love Song 12″ Single (Virgin, 1983)
White Hinterland – Huron – Kairos (Dead Oceans, 2010)
Fiery Furnaces – Duplexes Of The Dead / Automatic Husband / Ex-Guru – Stuck On Amp: Live From Radio K Volume 6 (self, 2008)
Everything But The Girl – English Rose (The Jam cover) – Fire & Skill: Songs Of The Jam (Sony, 2000)
Spoon – Love Song (The Damned cover) – Sweetheart 2010 (Hear Music, 2010)
The Slits – I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Marvin Gaye cover) – Cut (2009 Deluxe Edition) (Island, 1979)

Bridget B's Last Show

 Wow, what a ride. This listener touched my heart so I'll start with his edited words:

Movin' On playlist for 02/26/2010

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Movin' On
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02/26/2010

 

Sak Pa Se! on 02/25/10

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Thu, 02/25/2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Sak Pa Se! - What's Happening!

Tune in tonight to another great night of music with Sak Pa Se!

Sitting in for Diva Keller is Paula the Small, host of "Paula's Picks". Tonight, Paula will be picking music, but following the spirit of "Sak Pa Se", there will music to keep the feeling of uplifting, soulful vibes going way past the show's bedtime of 10 pm.

Music played will be from familiar and soon-to-be familiar artists representing the Afrikan Diaspora.

Don't miss it!

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