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Nov. 4th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - November 4, 2018

Been a little lazy about posting my playlists of late, but I got on for you today.

I was feeling impish today ... and I think my mood spilled over into the quality of the radio show.

Roy Hargrove, RIP. I always thought, next time I go to New York, I'll try to stay up really late and head down to Small's at 3:00 a.m. Maybe I'll hear Roy Hargrove sitting in! But I guess that's not gonna happen. He's joined the band upstairs.

1. Trygve Seim – Himmelrand, Pt. 4
2. Art Pepper – Mambo de la pinta
3. Charlie Parker – Segment
4. Sly & the Family Stone – The Skin I’m In
5. Youssou N’Dour – Tourista
6. Kathryn Williams – Birds
7. Duke Ellington – Royal Garden Blues
8. Christian Scott – So What
9. Charlie Rich – Life Has its Little Ups and Downs
10. Abdullah Ibrahim – Earth Bird
11. The Chavelles – Red Tape
12. E.S.T. – Believe Beleft Below
13. Los Broncos de Reynosa – La muerte cruzó el Río Bravo
14. George Benson – Last Train to Clarksville
15. Yusef Lateef – Mu Omi (Drink Water)
16. Ray Charles – Undecided
17. Nick Lowe – The Poor Side of Town
18. Mary Ann McCall – Big Butter and Egg Man
19. Kahil El’Zabar – Well You Needn’t
20. Gordon Lightfoot – Changes
21. The Ramones – The Crusher
22. Christian McBride & Roy Hargrove – Star Eyes
23. Roy Hargrove – Polka Dots and Moonbeams
24. Roy Hargrove Strasbourg / St. Denis
25. Betty Carter – Shine On, Harvest Moon
26. James Brown – Mother Popcorn, Pt. 2
27. Mink DeVille – Spanish Stroll
28. Tarwater – To Moauf
29. Pearl Bailey & Hot Lips Page – The Hucklebuck
30. Paul Motian – Be Careful, It’s my Heart

Sunday mornings 10-12 on Power 90.5.

Oct. 14th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - October 14, 2018

Back on the air, after a week off.


1. Joel Frahm & Brad Mehldau – Away from Home
2. Sarah Vaughan – Mean to Me
3. Elvis Presley – All Shook Up
4. Ben Allison – Goin’ Back
5. Sun Ra – Daddy Gonna Tell You no Lie
6. Sun Ra – Medicine for a Nightmare
7. Johnny Hartman – It Was Almost Like a Song
8. Ray Barreto – Descarga la moderna
9. Tina Turner & Herbie Hancock – Edith and the Kingpin
10. Joe Henderson – Lazy Afternoon
11. Nick Lowe – A Better Man
12. Ike Quebec – A Light Reprieve
13. John Lewis – Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West
14. Bill Evans & Cannonball Adderley – Toy
15. Serge Gainsbourg – Ford Mustang
16. Ella Fitzgerald – Ford Mustang
17. Coleman Hawkins – I Talk to the Trees
18. Bill Frisell – Stringbean
19. Tony Bennett – Last Night When We Were Young
20. Fats Navarro & Dexter Gordon – Dextrose
21. Sade – Still in Love with You
22. Thelonious Monk – Well You Needn’t
23. Fairground Attraction – A Smile and a Whisper
24. Sonny Rollins – Toot, Toot, Tootsie
25. Teddy Wilson & Benny Goodman – Avalon
26. John Mayer – Gravity
27. Delta Rhythm Boys – Take the A Train

Sep. 30th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio, September 23 & 30, 2018

I know it's a little lazy of me ... but my life is just as complicated as yours ... or maybe not. But anyway, today I copy my Facebook blurbs from the past two weeks and then the playlists, without further commentary other than that I'll be off the air next week due to my trip to Michigan.


September 23:

"Now is the time when the beatniks tune their wireless devices to 90.5 because Catamount Community Radio will soon hit the airwaves: 10-12 Sunday morning. So put the bongos away and adjust your beret."

1. Aki Takase – Battle Royale
2. Ted Nash – Dreamsville
3. Etta James – A Lover is Forever
4. Franco & l’OK Jazz – Nayebaki Likambo
5. Branford Marsalis – Mo’ Better Blues
6. Django Reinhardt – I’ll See You in my Dreams
7. Ray Price – The Same Old Me
8. John Eddie- The Same Old Brand-New Me
9. Andy Kirk – Moten Swing
10. Duke Ellington – Rockin’ in Rhythm
11. Staple Singers – Go Tell It on the Mountain
12. Charlie Hunter – Ain’t We Got Fun
13. Dianne Reeves – Too Close for Comfort
14. George Cables – Blue Heart
15. Corinne Bailey Rae – Put Your Records On
16. Helen Sung – In Walked Bud
17. Nick Lowe – Between Dark and Dawn
18. John Coltrane – Like Someone in Love
19. Dinah Washington – This Bitter Earth / On the Nature of Daylight
20. Larry Goldings & Harry Allen – The Look of Love
21. Tom Waits – Blue Skies
22. The Dixie Hummingbirds – Christian Automobile
23. Prince Lasaha – Congo Call
24. Frank Sinatra – The Gal that Got Away
25. Matt Wilson – Main Stem
26. New York Dolls – Maimed Happiness
27. Wild Bill Davis – The Madison
28. Abdullah Ibrahim – Meditation ? Mummy
29. Quincy Jones – Sanford & Son Theme
30. Brook Benson – Mther Nature, Father Time
31. Vijay Roghav Rao – Lilt on Sitar
32. Keb Mo – What’s So Funny About Peace, Love & Understanding

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September 30:

"Catamount Community Radio hits the airwaves in 15 minutes or so. It's not for the cool kids, who usually to turn out to be douchebags anyway, but for the losers and the outcasts, who often turn out to be the real cool cats. The cover contest is in limbo until I get the CD-burning problems solved, but there will be sufficient jazz and general tomfoolery to pass an hour or two. 90.5 FM in Cullowhee and environs and streaming from Kalamazoo to Katmandu at wwcufm.com."

1. Nicholas Payton – After You’ve Gone
2. Annie Lennox – Every Time You Say Goodbye
3. Nat Cole – Rose Room
4. Re-Vels – False Alarm
5. Mouse on Mars – mykologics
6. Nancy Wilson – Save Your Love for Me
7. Raymond Scott – The Oenguin
8. Fats Waller – You Meet the most Interesting People in Your Dreams
9. Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Lady’s Blues
10. Etta James One for my Baby (and One More for the Road)
11. Diana Krall – Yeh Yeh (feat. Georgie Fame)
12. Eric Reed – The Dancing Monk
13. Society’s Bag – Let It Crawl
14. Futuristic Ensemble – In a Mist (reprise)
15. Mister Calypson – Muhammed Ali
16. Haruomi Hosono – Seat of Tau
17. Duke Ellington – Honeysuckle Rose
18. Frankie Valli – Can’t Take my Eyes off You
19. Dexter Gordon – I’m a Fool to Want You
20. Lightnin’ Hopkins – Let’s Move
21. Los Amigos – Gandinga, Sandunga y Mondongo
22. Larry Goldings – Take me out to the Ballpark
23. Chet Baker – There’s a Small Hotel
24. Ballin’ the Jack – Sevn Come Eleven
25. Ballin’ the Jack – Daydream
26. Betty Carter – There’s no You
27. Teddy Wilson, Lionel Hampton & Benny Goodman – Avalon
28. Steven Bernstein – Toby
29. Pearl Bailey & Frank Sinatra – A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing
30. John Coltrane & Duke Ellington – My Little Brown Book

Sep. 16th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio Sept 9 & 16, 2018

Florence has been pretty non-eventful in Cullowhee. She's like snubbing us, a little drizzle for you, that's it.

Boy, I got pretty frustrated running the board today, with CD player 3 not being able to recognize CDs and CD players 1 &2, skipping and freezing up. Ive been having trouble for some time, and I have a feeling it's my CDs, not the CD players - although I'm not totally convinced - so a couple months ago I decided to buy a new external disc drive ... It hasn't really solved the problem. My latest theory: It's an Apple plot ... not that I can explain how it works.

Last week Jim Dandy won the cover contest, but this week three contestants all bunched together. Mary Ellen wins, with Donna in second place and Dandy third.

September 16. 2018

1. Andrew Hill – Malachi
2. Bob Dylan – Early Morning Rain
3. Art Tatum – Deep Purple
4. Vulfpeck – 1612
5. Frank Sinatra & Slim Gaillard Trio – Cement Mixer
6. Diana Krall – I Can’t tell You Why
7. Wendo Kolosky – Soki, Oyoki Victoria
8. João Gilberto – Chega de saudade
9. Stan Getz – Chega de saudadp
10. Joni Mitchell – You Turn Me On (I’m a Radio)
11. Matt Wilson – Turn, Turn, Turn
12. Los Caimanes – El caiman
13. Duke Ellington – Jazz a la Carte
14. Dinah Washington – September in the Rain
15. Carole King – Crying in the Rain
16. Dick Wellstood – I’m Putting All my Eggs in One Basket
17. Sarah Vaughan – September Song
18. Prince – Mary, Don’t You Weep
19. Allen Tousissant – It’s Raining
20. Slam Stewart & Slim Gaillard – Groove Joice
21. Gipsy Kings – Nuages
22. Lloyd Glenn – Sleigh Ride
23. The Tams – Be Young, Be Foolish, and be Happy
24. 23 Ben Allison – Tricky Rides Again
25. Aki Takase – Solitude
26. Marc Ribot – Pensando
27. John Lee Hooker & Miles Davis – Comin’ to Town
28. Los Lobos – Can’t Stop the Rain
29. Sketch Show – Wonderful to Me
30. Randy Newman - Louisiana, 1927


September 9, 2018

1. Mal Waldron & Archie Shepp – Easy Living
2. Caetano Veloso & Gilberto Gil – Haiti
3. John Zorn’s Masada – Taha
4. Woody Guthrie – Talking Dust Bowl
5. Herbie Nichols – Lady Sings the Blues
6. Charlie Haden – You Win Again
7. Hugh Masakela – Grqzing in the Grass
8. Carmen McRae – My Foolish Heart
9. 3 Cohens w/ Christian McBride – Squeeze Me, But Don’t Tease Me
10. World Saxophone Quartet – Hey Joe
11. Willie Nelson – Feed it a Memory
12. Scott Joplin - Solace
13. Sun Ra – Medicine for a Nightmare
14. Tony Bennett – Anything Goes
15. Dave Douglas & Uri Crane – Zero Hour
16. Nancy Wilson – Young and Foolish
17. Beto Molina – Tatuaje del alma
18. Oswaldo Pugliese – Adiós, Nonino
19. D’Angelo – Sugah Daddy
20. Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention – Flower Punk
21. Chico Hamilton – Transfusion
22. Nick Lowe – Changing All those Changes
23. Ron Carter – Seven Steps to Heaven
24. Billie Holliday – These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)
25. Jason Stein Quartet – Lennie Bird
26. John Mayer – Free Fallin’
27. Duke Ellington – The Star-Crossed Lovers
28. The Harmonious Five – Miss Sticks
29. Duke Ellington – Melancholia


September 9 cover contest:

1. "You win Again"
a) author - Hank Williams
b) singing is .... Elvis Costello

2. What's the tune and who is playing it?
a) "Hey Joe"
b) World Saxophone Quartet

3. "Flower Punk" - a parody
a) What song is being parodied - "Hey Joe"
b) who made the song famous - Jimi Hendrix
c) Who is doing the parody? - Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention

4. "Free Fallin'"
a) whose tune? - Tom Petty's
b) who is covering? - John Mayer


September 16 cover contest:

1. "I Can't Tell You Why"
a) whose tune - The Eagles'
b) who is singing? - Diana Krall

2. Matt Wilson
a) What's the title? - "Turn, Turn, Turn"
b) Who wrote it? - Pete Seeger
c) Who had a hit with it? - The Byrds
d) Where in the Bible are the lyrics taken from - Ecclesiastes

3. "It's Raining"
a) who wrote it and is performing it? - Allen Toussaint
b) who had a hit with it? - Irma Thomas

4. "Coming to Town"
a) who is the blues singer performing? - John Lee Hooker
b) who is the jazz musician performing - Miles Davis

Sep. 3rd, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - September 2, 2018

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday. Charles Bukowski called it the worst goddam day of them all (I heard somebody say that he said something like that). Then today (which is Monday, by the way) I see that Isaac posted a video of James Baldwin on a talk show, quoting Malcolm X:

I don’t know if white Christians hate Negroes or not; I know that we have a Christian church which is white and a Christian church which is black. I know as Malcolm X once put it: “the most segregated hour in American life is high noon on Sunday." That says a great deal to me about a Christian nation. It means that I can’t afford to trust most white Christians, and certainly cannot trust the Christian church.

I'm just going to leave that there.

Clean board op yesterday. Average show, but my average is above average; ergo, it was an average show for me, but a better-than-average radio show, as radio shows go. Besides, abulia, I also suffer from an intense case of modesty. Maybe I should ask my doctor is Getagripium is right for me.

Mary Ellen edges Jim Dandy in the cover contest, for the second straight week.

1. NEXT Collective (feat. Christian Scott) – Marvin’s Room
2. Sly & the Family Stone – You Caught me Smilin’ (Again)
3. Duke Elliington – Diga Diga Doo
4. Norah Jones – The Nearness of You
5. Johnny Hoges & Earl Hines – I’m Beginning to See the Light
6. Ella Fitzgerald – Solitude
7. Caetano Veloso – Get Out of Town
8. Larry Goldings – Get Out of town
9. John Lee Hooker – The Motor City is Burning
10. Walter Smith III – Blues
11. Thelonious Monk – Well You Needn’t
12. The Vestibules – Bulbous Bouffant
13. K.C. & the Sunshine Band – Boogie Shoes
14. Dusty Springfield – You’ve Got a Friend
15. Maceo Parker – Southwick
16. David Sánchez – Ven esta cançao
17. Steven Bernstein / Sam Rivers – Lucky
18. Buck Owens – Under the Influence of Love
19. Aníbal Velázquez – Sal y agua
20. Roy Hargrove Big Band – Depth
21. Teenage Fanclub & De la Soul – Fallin’
22. Dámaso Pérez Prado – Mambo no. 5
23. Taj Mahal – It Takes a Lot to laugh (It Takes a Train to Cry)
24. Nicholas Payton – Zigaboogaloo
25. Norah Jones – Cold, Cold, Heart
26. Deli Sosimi – Di Bombs (instrumental)
27. Charlie Haden & Hank Jones – Spiritual


Cover contest:

1. "Get Out of Town," performed first by Caetano Veloso, and then by Larry Godlings. Multiple choice, who composed it?

a) Bacharach and David
b) Cole Porter
c) Irving Berlin
d) Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer

2. "You've Got a Friend" - Who is singing? - Dusty Springfield

3. Teenage Fan Club & De la Soul, - "Fallin'"

a) Whose song is being sampled? - Tom Petty's
b) What's the name of the tune being sampled? - "Free Fallin'"

Aslo sampled is Steve Miller's "Fly Like an Eagle" - the two samples are practically right on top of each other.

4. "Cold, Cold Beer" "Cold, Cold Heart"

a) whose tune? - Hank Williams'
b) who is covering? - Norah Jones

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Catamount Community radio is a freeform radio program in which I snatch the airwaves away from the long hair hippies and hand them over to the afro blacks. Sunday mornings 10-12 (EST). It streams on the internet - from Maine to Spain, from Kalkaska to Alaska, from Kalamazoo to Katmandu - at WWCU-FM.



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Aug. 30th, 2018

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The Death of Curiosity

I don't know where ideas come from; I get them, but sometimes I feel like I don't deserve them, because I don't do any work to earn them. I'm just walking across the parking lot and BAM I have an idea for an activity in one of my classes, or for the cover contest, or in this case, for a blog entry.

So what hit me is the idea of the death of curiosity. Now, on the surface, this might seem like some sort of tragedy: Your curiosity died? Sorry about that, bro. But upon further reflection, I'm starting to think that it's not a bad thing.

In my twenties and thirties I was an insatiable traveler, an insatiable reader, basketball player, etc. I wanted tactile experiences, intellectual experiences, culinary experiences, all kinds of experiences. And then some time in my late forties I began to lose interest in things. I no longer read books at the pace I once did. I just couldn't muster the ambition to travel in the summer. Instead of heading to the gym to play basketball I would just say to myself, meh.

I attributed this to what I called abulia, which is a real word. Google's summarizers summarize it like this: "an absence of willpower or an inability to act decisively, as a symptom of mental illness." But in my mind, my abulia was something grander, more complex and nuanced. I was suffering from abulia, that's what it was.

But now in my mid fifties, I see things a little more clearly, or at least that's what it seems like. I've given up on feeling guilty about my apathy, my cynicism, my tendency to always look for the humor in every situation and to never take anything seriously. I see it now as a question of stages. When you're young, you absolutely should have a voracious curiosity: that's what you're wired for. But as you get older it's normal and healthy to let go of things.

So, the day still has 24 hours, and maybe the gift is that in your fifties you can hone in your attention and maybe achieve that X thing that's been percolating in the back of your head, whatever it may be, because it's no longer necessary to feel it all, hear it all and see it all. Now you can ruminate and make it into something.

Aug. 26th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - August 26, 2018

Prepping the radio show yesterday, I was thinking, "this show is going to be average at best," but, you know, I think it was above average. Clean board op, for one thing!

Mary Ellen wins the cover contest this week, with Dandy in second place


1. Orrin Evans – The Sound of Philadelphia
2. Bill Charlap – On Green Dolphin Street
3. Ella & Louis – I’ll See You in my Dreams
4. Jesse Van Ruller – Everything Happens to Me
5. Kenny Garrett – Killing me Softly
6. Howlin’ Wolf – Hidden Charms
7. John Coltrane – The Night has a Thousand Eyes
8. Nick Lowe – Checkout Time
9. K.C. & the Sunshine Band – Boogie Shoes
10. Dave Douglas – Poses
11. Frank Sinatra – Don’t Sleep in the Subway
12. Paul Motian – Be Careful, It’s my Heart
13. Don Byron – Frasquita Serenade
14. Larry Goldings – Crawdaddy
15. Anita O’Day – An Occasional Man
16. Phineas Newborn, Jr. – Barbados
17. Willie Nelson – It’s Not Supposed to be that Way
18. Lee “Scratch” Perry – Popcorn
19. Dinah Washington & Brook Benton – A Rockin’ Good Way (to Fool Around and Fall in Love)
20. Michael Blake Trio – Careless Love
21. Andre Williams – The Monkey Speaks his Mind
22. Thelonious Monk – Skippy
23. The Jolly Boys – Hanging on the Telephone
24. Nicholas Payton – People Make the World Go Round
25. Glen Campbell – Am I All Alone (or is it only me)
26. Duke Ellington – Now Ain’t It
27. Noisettes – Never Forget you
28. Houston Person – You’ve Changed

Cover Contest

1. What is the tune and give me some lyrics - "Killing me Softly" (played by Kenny Garrett)

2. Dave Douglas plays the tune
a) "Poses"
b) Rufus Wainwright

3. Lee "Scratch" Perry plays "Popcorn." Whose tune? - James Brown's (I guess)

4. Nicholas Payton covers a Stylistics tune. What's the title? - "People Make the World go Round"

Aug. 19th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - August 19, 2018

Tomorrow the academic year starts. Yikes! Dandy and Mary Ellen both did great on the cover contest, but Mary Ellen just had trouble with "Rumble."


1. James Carter – You Never Told Me that You Care
2. Norah Jones – Sleeping Wild
3. Kronos Quartet – Tabú
4. Jimmie Lunceford – I’m Nuts About Screwy Music
5. Cornelius – Tone Twilight Zone
6. Charlie Parker – Old Folks
7. Ari Hoenig et. al. – Don’t be Cruel
8. Steven Bernstein – Mazinka
9. Chico Hamilton – Everything but You
10. Aretha Franklin – I Say a Little Prayer
11. Count Basie – Doggin’ Around
12. KC & the Sunshine Band – Boogie Shoes
13. Aretha Franklin – What a Fool Believes
14. Bebo Valdés – Lamento Cubano
15. Arsenio Rodríguez – Bruca Maniguá
16. Nick Lowe – Somebody Cares for Me
17. Christian McBride Big Band – Used ta Could
18. Sam Rivers – Beatriz
19. Aretha Franklin – Walk on By
20. Rabih Abdou Khalil – An Oyster in Paris
21. Bill Frisell – Rumble
22. Jelly Roll Morton – Doctor Jazz
23. Tom Waits – Big in Japan
24. Anita O’Day I’ve Got the World on a String
25. Django Reinhardt – Brazil
26. Brian Blomberg – Shining Star
27. Bn Webster & Jerry Mulligan – Sunday
28. Aretha Franklin – Rock Steady
29. Piero Milesi – Minute Quartet
30. Marcus Roberts – Single Petal of a Rose

Cover contest

1. Ari Hoenig et al.
a) what's the title? - "Don't be Cruel"
b) with whom is the tune associated? - Elvis Presley

2. "What a Fool Believes"
a) who is singing it? - Aretha Franklin
b) whose tune? - The Doobie Brothers'

3. a) what's the title? - "Rumble"
b) who is playing it? - Bill Frisell
c) whose tune? - Link Ray's

4. Brian Blomberg
a) what's the title? - "Shining Star"
b) whose tune? - Earth Wind & Fire's

Aug. 12th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - August 12, 2018

Sunday, Sunday ... the tires screech and I'm on the radio. Dandy wins the cover contest ... uncontested, though he did pretty well. Minimal technical difficulties. Looking forward to bringing it next week.


Dandy and Yokai ponder the meaning of jazz, whatever that is.




1. Bill Charlap – Some Other Time
2. Harry Connick, Jr. – You Didn’t Know Me When
3. Benny Green – The Sheik of Araby
4. Marle Travis – I’ll See You in my Dreams
5. Bebo Valdés – Bebo’s Blues
6. Thelonious Monk – Nice Work if You Can Get It
7. Al Green – Back Up Train
8. Joshua Redman – The Crunge
9. Serge Gainsbourg – Chez les yé-yé
10. Andrew Hill – Ball Squeeze
11. K.C. & the Sunshine Band – Boogie Shoes
12. John Pattitucci – Go Down Moses
13. Orenette Coleman – Ramblin’
14. Bob Dorough – Better than Anything
15. Duke Ellington – Agra
16. Doris Day – Freddie, get Ready
17. Terence Blanchard – Morning After Celebration
18. Augustus Pablo – East of the River Nile
19. Charles Wright – Express Yourself
20. Al Green – For the Good Times
21. Lester Young & Oscar Peterson – Almost Like Being in Love
22. Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now
23. Esbjörn SvenssonTrio – Rhythm-a-ning
24. Metropole Orchestra – Secret Agent
25. Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Blues for Alice
26. Louis Armstrong – Everything’s Been Done Before
27. Miles Davis – On Green Dolphin Street (fragment)

Cover Contest

1. What's the name of the tune and who is playing it?
a) "Nice Work if You Can Get It"
b) Thelonious Monk

2. John Pattitucci and friends play this traditional tune. What's the title? - "Go Down, Moses"

3. "For the Good Times"
a) who is singing it? - Al Green
b) who write it? - Kris Kristofferson


4. What't the tune Metropole Orchestra is playing? - "Secret Agent"

Aug. 5th, 2018

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Catamount Community Radio - August 5, 2018

First radio show since May. I enjoyed it, even though CD 1 was freezing up on me. Mary Ellen and Dandy (both of whom did terrible) tie in the cover contest.


1. Stanley Turrentine – See What Happens (aborted)
2. Bob Dylan – Spitit on the Water
3. Young-Holt Unlimited – Soulful Strut
4. Nancy Wilson – You’ve got your Troubles
5. Duke Ellington – C Jam Blues
6. The Persuasions – 500 Miles
7. Joey Alexander – I Mean You
8. Kenny Burrell – Girl Talk
9. Larry Goldings – Sticky Mack (aborted)
10. Neil Young – Crazy
11. Orquesta Aragón – La comparsa
12. Marisa Monte – Segue o seco
13. Pieces of a Dream – Signed, Sealed, Delivered
14. Matt Wilson – Tenderly
15. Bob Marley – One Drop
16. Mose Allison – Everything I Have is Yours
17. Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys – Deep Water
18. Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry – Mumbles
19. Bukka White – Parchman Farm Blues
20. Johnny Winters – Parchman Farm
21. Charles Mingus – Slop
22. Diana Krall – Simple Twist of Fate
23. Hank Jones, et. al. – I Mean You
24. Charlie Parker – Tico Tico
25. Sarah Vaughan – Ain’t Misbehavin’
26. Thelonious Monk – Pannonica
27. Joe Pass – Azure
28. Esperanza Spalding – Precious
29. Bill Charlap – Some Other Time (fragment)

Cover contest:

1. The Persuasions do an a cappella version of "500 Miles" who wrote it? Probably Hedy West, though the most famous version is that of Bobby Bare.

2. "Crazy"
a) who wrote it? - Willie Nelson
b) who is singing it? - Neil Young

3. "Parchman Farm"
a) who wrote it? - Mose Allison
b) who is singing it? - Johnny Winter

4. "Ain't Misbehavin'"
a) who wrote it? - Thomas "Fats" Waller
b) who is singing it? - Sarah Vaughan

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