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Catamount Community Radio - March 2, 2008

I had a ball spinning records this morning. I played a few tunes with monkey themes, a little Amy Winehouse, a little jazz, Some music from New Orleans (Allen Toussaint, the Meters, Lee Dorsey). Just generally enjoying myself on a spring-like day. My show airs on Power 90.5 Sunday mornings, 10-12 (EST).

1. Ben Allison - Realization
2. Ben Webster - Do Nothing Till You Here from Me
3. Sebastian Cabot - It Ain't Me Babe
4. Mouse on Mars - Mykologics
5. Allen Toussaint - Tipitina and Me
6. Ragtime Henry - Railroadin' Some
7. The Jimmy Guiffre Three - Doxy
8. David "Fathead" Newman - Hard Times
9. The Meters - Live Wire
10. Lee Dorsey - Yes We Can
11. Moondog - Down in Up
12. Paul Simon - Papa Hobo
13. Herbie Hancock & Corinne Bailey Rae - River
14. Elvis Costello - (The Angels Want to Wear My) Red Shoes
15. Tom Zé - Toc
16. Larry Gold Presents - Feels So Good
17. Blue Oyster Cult - Godzilla
18. Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Rock Me
19. Amy Winehouse - Love Is a Losing Game (demo)
20. Amy Winehouse - Love is a Losing Game
21. Living Guitars - Brown Sugar
22. Los Lobos - I Wanna Be Like You
23. Bill Evans - Make Somebody Happy
24. DJ Food - Well Swung
25. Chambucú Cumbia - Dame un beso
26. Jonathan Coulton - Code Monkey
27. The Tempos - Monkey Doo
28. Billy Preston - Outa Space
29. Andrew Hill - McNeil Island
30. Sharon Jones - This Land is Your Land



Thats not really funny .

Cosmic Debris

I know you think I just look for coincidences but, just before your show I had downloaded a Stones concert from 1975. I thought it was video but it ended up being audio, but thats besides the point. It was in an unfamiliar file type that took me until yesterday after your show to open and burn onto discs. Now today when I am finally listening to it I notice that in the show Billy Preston performs Outa Space. (gee, I just heard that on your show.) Then I notice that in your show, you also played The Meters. They are the band that opened for The Stones when I seen them in 1975.
I think we're cosmically connected!

Re: Cosmic Debris

ok, I wasn't gonna mention the Brown Sugar cover you played but I got a cheap thrill from that since, unbeknown to you, I was in a Stones mood all weekend.
There, I mentioned it anyway.

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