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Paula's Picks playlist for 01/07/2010

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01/07/2010

This is the playlist for the debut of "Paula's Picks".

Here are the links for the spoken word artists as available:

- Cicely Rodgers "Educational Anxiety"

- Niall O'Sullivan "Prologue"

- Jacob Sam-LaRose "Manifesto"

- Oscar Brown, Jr. "I Apologise"

- Odetta & Ruby Dee "When I Was a Young Girl" (song) & "Daughter" (poem)

- Michael Guinn "They Speak"

Thanks for the support & for tuning in! Catch me on the air again on Thursday, January 21st at 8 pm!

~Paula the Small

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 01/09/2010

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An Evening of Afrotainment
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01/09/2010

Tonight, I had the pleasure to host "An Evening of Afrotainment" for Diva Celeste & Diva Bridget B.

From the look of tonight's playlist, I'd say it was quite an evening.

Happy Saturday!

CrossFade playlist for 01/07/2010

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01/07/2010

CrossFade

"Phantastes" by World's Greatest Ghosts

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Wed, 01/06/2010

No Magick, the first full-length album from World’s Greatest Ghosts is a nod to childhood narratives of make-believe monsters and plywood clubhouses. With lyrics referencing ghouls chasing you through mazes and houses sinking in quicksand, this album presents its nostalgic concepts with a dice-throwing Dungeon and Dragons filter.

Friends reliving their clubhouse fantasies may not be such an abstract concept for this group. The Ghosts comprise of two brothers, Casey and Jesse Laney, and a college sweetheart, Emily Laney (Jesse's wife). Brandon Anderson has been with the group since its beginnings in the deep South. And now in Portland, Eric Ambrosius has joined them, replacing their long-time drummer.  You can find more from the album on the Free Music Archive.

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Grateful Dead & Friends playlist for 01/02/2010

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Grateful Dead & Friends
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01/02/2010

  I decided to play some rare stuff this week not only in content but with the style of playing.  A great studio jam involving 'mystery train>who's lovin' you tonight' is good in my book!!  This was recorded during the "Reflections" sessions and another type of jam that is similar but shorter can be found on the JGB Rhino box set.  The jam from 5-20-71 is truly unique in every way and captured how brilliant Jerry truly was from a musical standpoint.  The 7/18/72 'truckin>dark star>comes a time' personifies how high of a level the band was after the epic Europe tour.  this period is arguably his peak lasting through 1973 as a guitar player.  More 1972 next month!!

Heavy Metal Vomit Party playlist for 12/31/2009

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Heavy Metal Vomit Party
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12/31/2009

magrudergrind - bridge burner

lunge - flanel is for lovers

saint vitus - Born Too Late

Low Threat Profile- Corporate Cash Lies

Mortalized- funeral grind

pulverizer - crooshbrootdood

parlamentarisk sodomi -

magnacide - misery of existance

Hatred Surge- Skull Cell

eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain

Godless North- Upon Heathen Battlefields

Battle Rifle- Ernest P. Worell Violence

endless blockade - fed up (Judge Cover)

Battle Rifle- never lower your eyes to an enemy

Portal- Illoomorphene

Thou- With a Cold Life Extinguishing Elegance

*mic break w grand invincible beat purse thieves

Katatonia- Onward into Battle

Corpus Rottus- Funeral Homes and Morgues

Grateful Dead & Friends playlist for 12/05/2009

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Grateful Dead & Friends
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12/05/2009

 

Anodyne on 12/28/09

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Back To The Egg
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Mon, 12/28/2009 - 12:05am - 3:00am
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2009: The Musical Year In Review

Join me for this week's edition of ANODYNE with guest Michael Keefe (music journalist and media buyer for local bookstore Annie Bloom's) as we review the year in music (2009). We'll count down our top ten albums and then play some other songs that tickled our fancies this year. Tonight, Midnight to 3am on ANODYNE. Thanks! And a Happy New Year to you all!

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 12/26/2009

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An Evening of Afrotainment
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12/26/2009

Today's playlist and musical journey provided by Keller Henry & Paula Small, while the divas of "An Evening of Afrotainment" take well-deserved holiday breaks.

Rabbi Aryeh Hirshfield - His Musical Roots and Legacy

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Sun, 12/27/2009

Portland's Rabbi Aryeh Hirshfield was a Rabbi, a musician, and a tireless activist for global peace and interfaith dialogue. 

Sunday December 27th 2009 was the first yahrtzeit, or anniversary of his death.  On this special Yiddish Hour we explore the roots of Reb Aryeh's music, and learn of his journey from musician playing Dylan and Spanish protest songs in Ghirardelli Square, to Rabbi and composer of liturgical music.

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