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Catamount Community Radio - June 17, 2007

Here's the playlist for today's show. Uncle Jim said it was sounding good!

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from 10-12 (EST)

Today I highlighted Glenn Gould, The Beatles, and Ben Webster.

Happy Fathers' Day, y'all.



1. Francis Bebey – Guitar Makossa
2. Esbjörn Svensson Trio – I Mean You
3. Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation (JS Bach)
4. The Congos – Congoman
5. The Beatles – I'm Looking Through You
6. Futuristic Ensemble – Davenport Blues
7. Stan Getz & Oscar Peterson – I Want to Be Happy
8. Marcus Roberts – Maple Leaf Rag
9. Wilco – Forget the Flowers
10. Prince – Satisfied
11. Norah Jones – I Think It's Going to Rain Today
12. Duke Ellington – Just a Settin' and a' Rockin'
13. Nickel Creek – Tomorrow is a Long Place
14. Scott Coley – The Susser
15. The Beatles – You Won't See Me
16. The Barons – Love is a Losing Game
17. Manu Chao – Rainin' in Paradize
18. Corrine Bailey Rae – I'm Losing You
19. Mouse on Mars – Mykologics
20. Adrian Belew – A Nut for a Jar of Tuna
21. Dr. Octagon – Blue Flowers
22. Kronos Quartet – Theme from Dracula
23. Feist – 1234
24. Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation (JS Bach)
25. Wynton Marsalis – Fire in the Night
26. Ben Webster – Under a Blanket of Blue
27. Alice Donut – War Pigs

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Comments

Donut Comes Alive

This is a little delayed response to your show but I just noticed that you played Alice Donut and I remember thinking it was Kronos Quartet because I have a ten inch single of them doing Purple Haze. Funny I didn't catch the Donut tho, as I have all of their CD's and singles. They are one of my fave bands. Thanks. (Maybe if you can find it you can find a way to play Joan of Arc)

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Re: Donut Comes Alive

I thought of doing a segue thing - Black Sabbath to Alice Donut, but never got around to it. You know, I just bought the "Paranoid" album on CD. I don't even know where my vinyl copy is. I found the Alice Donut version on itunes, never heard of the band, but I loved the horns (you know me ... I like my saxes and trumpets and T-bones). I would like to learn more about Alice Donut. I'll see what I can do about Joan of Arc. Hey, I'm blogging from the Mancelona public Library!
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