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Catamount Community Radio - September 14, 2008

As I almost always do, I had a terrific time doing my radio show today. We celebrated birthdays: Sonny Rollins (September 7, he's 78 and still going strong), George Jones (September 12, he's 77 and still singing and touring ... and drinking?), and eccentric composer, band leader, electronic music pioneer, and control freak Raymond Scott, who would have turned 100 on September 10. Join DJ 901 ft. Dandy and other assorted shady characters Sunday mornings 10-12 (EST) on Power 90.5 and you too can feel the rhythm.

Here's todays playlist:

1. Abdullah Ibrahim – Pule
2. Sarah Vaughan – Mean to Me
3. Ray Barretto – Acid
4. Sonny Rollins – Alfie's Theme
5. Nat Cole – Just You, Just Me
6. Raymond Scott – Powerhouse
7. Futuristic Ensemble – Flashes
8. Willie Nelson – My Window Faces South
9. The Coasters – Brazil
10. Becky Hobbs – Jones on the Jukebox
11. George Jones – Relief is Just a Swallow Away
12. George Jones – The Race is On
13. Red Prysock – Hand Clappin'
14. Sonny Rollins – How Are Things in Glocca Mora
15. Etta James – A Love is Forever
16. Moondog – All is Lonliness
17. Junior Mance – Small Fry
18. Roy Richards & the Soul Vendors – Summertime
19. Raymond Scott – Girl at the Typewriter
20. Raymond Scott – Bufferin: Memories
21. Frank Stozier – Crystal Ball
22. Huey "Piano" Smith – Rockin Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
23. Dizzy & the Sonnys – On the Sonny Side of the Street
24. Coralie Clément – Salle des pas perdus
25. Sam Baker – Comin' to Bring You Some Soul
26. Jordan T. West – Heart Hearts
27. Apocalyptica – Burn
28. Jackie D. Parrish – I Like to Hear George Jones Sing
29. Kay Adams – Little Pink Mack
30. Clarence "Frogman" Henry – Ain't Got No Home
31. Luiz Bonfá – Don Quixote
32. Sonny Rollins – Rock-a-bye Baby With a Dixie Melody


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Apocalyptica


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