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The Movement playlist for 01/18/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
01/18/2009

Anodyne playlist for 01/12/2009

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
01/12/2009

Happy Birthday to my sister Wendy! I played B-52's "Strobelight" for her, even though she was probably asleep. When we were kids we used to laugh so hard at that song, especially when Fred Schneider says "Lemme kiss your PINEAPPLE!"

In other news, I should have a couple of guests on the program next month. Boy Eats Drum Machine is a local one-man band whose album "booomboxxx" is a great listen. Super XX Man also live here in PDX, they have a new album out called "There'll Be Diamonds" and there's a song on there called "Medication" that I think is the best thing they've ever done. I should have more specific information soon as to exact dates and times.

CrossFade playlist for 01/15/2009

Air date: 
01/15/2009

"Dance Music" mixed up over 2 hours.

Dirty X Rated at Holocene

program: 
Plugged In
program date: 
Tue, 01/06/2009

Dirty X-Rated played a set during the Beat Off at Holocene.

Dirty came to KBOO's studio for the Plugged In show previewing the Beat Off.

50:45 minutes (46.46 MB)

The Movement playlist for 01/11/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
01/11/2009

The Soundbox playlist for 01/10/2009

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Program name: 
The Soundbox
Air date: 
01/10/2009

January 3rd - Playlist Spotlight

//www.amazon.com/Nascimento-Milton/dp/B000002ND1Bridget B. here, the Saturday, January 3rd show, An Evening of Afrotainment, was a bit reflective with a little nudge on how we the people, in 2009, can be change agents.  I went back in time to play some old "spirituals" using Amazing Grace and Ol' Man River as my easing in approach to the first segment of the show. 

It was 1927, Jerome Kern created the music and Oscar Hammerstein II wrote the lyrics.  Show Boat was the musical that told the melancholy story of the hardships black people went through and the "...struggles of the time, related to the endless flow of the Mississippi River, from the view of a dock worker on a showboat. It is the most famous song from the show.  However, the most famous rendition of it, one that is still noted today, was sung by Paul Robeson in James Whale's 1936 film version of Show Boat (Robeson had first performed the song in the 1928 London production of the show and in the 1932 Broadway revival, and

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 01/03/2009

Program name: 
An Evening of Afrotainment
Air date: 
01/03/2009
Bridget B. here, Celeste and I will be joining forces to deliver An Evening of Afrotainment each Saturday from 7pm to 10pm.  Hear music of the African Diaspora by Black artists-worldwide. All genres...from African traditional to esoteric experimental. Slip and slide aurally through the spectrum of Black experience.  I'll be at the helm on January 3, 17 and 31, 2009 with Celeste serving as the host on January 10 & 24, 2009.

The Movement playlist for 01/04/2009

Program name: 
The Movement
Air date: 
01/04/2009

Tracks 30+:

Michna - Avante - Magic Monday - Ghostly International
What's The Science? - What's The Science? - Elevation - Kindrid Spirits
The Jazzual Suspects - This Beat - Mushroom Jazz 6 - Om Records
 

The Soundbox playlist for 01/03/2009

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Program name: 
The Soundbox
Air date: 
01/03/2009

It's about your Soul..... Period- where is it?

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