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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

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