|Artist||Title||Album (* = New Release) |
|Robert Bruey||No Tide||Songs From The Path |
|Robert Bruey||Dorian||Songs From The Path |
|Robert Bruey||Ghost||Songs From The Path |
|Robert Bruey||Kelly Green||Songs From The Path |
|Robert Bruey||Your Heart Is My Home||Songs From The Path |
|Robert Bruey||Saving You Saves Me||Songs From The Path |
|Grateful Dead||Ripple||American Beauty |
|Hot Tuna||Watch The North Wind Rise||Double Dose |
|Pink Floyd||Shine On You Crazy Diamond||Wish You Were Here |
|Fous de la Mer||Never Stop Loving||Stars and Fishes |
|The Gregorian Chorale of Eglise Quern||Dominus||Gregorian Chants |
|Postcards From Larune's||Holy Immortality||Bulgaria |
|Enigma||Sadeness Part I (extended trance mix)||Sadeness Part I |
|Cassandra House||Hope||Night Owl* |
|UB40||Please Don't Make Me Cry||Labour of Love |
|Merl Saunde4rs||Sunrise Over Haleakala||Blues From The Rainforest |
|Hank Stone||Topeka||Rough Folk |
|Teri Ann McLean||Is The Blue Moon Still Shining?||Echoes of Goodbye |
|Katie Perlman||Dreaming With You||We Make This |
|Grateful Dead||Black Peter||Workingman's Dead |
|Small Potatoes||I Will Pass This Way Again||Time Flies |
|Crystal & Damien||Who Will Save Your Soul||Live on Wake & Bake |
From one of my favorite listeners:
Hey Habanero, I hope you have recovered from Sandy and that the good ship Habanero is doing fine. I know you were planning a show devoted to Sandy but maybe not. But as you I am a lover of all the finned creatures I just heard about the devastation at the NY Aquarium in Coney Island. They are was major damage to the aquarium due to the storm surge. Most of the animals survived thanks to the very dedicated staff. But they are in need of contributions to help with the repairs. Here is the website for anyone that would like to contribute https://secure3.convio.net/wcs/site/Donation2?5360.donation=form1&df_id=... I was hoping you might mention it tomorrow and put the website link on your playlist.
I thank you and the fish thank you.
Your shark loving friend John
Funk Filharmonik Performs as they Celebrate their 27th FUNKSGIVING
Anniversary at Deco 1600 in Plainview on Friday November 23rd
What do Billy Joel, John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and The Blues Brothers have in common? The answer: members of Long Island's own Funk Filharmonik have performed with them all at some point over the past 26 years, either in the studio or on stage at events ranging from international outdoor festivals to world class concert halls and stadiums - even to the White House Lawn!
So, on Friday November 23rd at 8pm, join "The Funk" (as they are affectionately known) as they present their 27th Anniversary Funksgiving show, which is taking place at Deco 1600 - located at 1600 Round Swamp Road in Plainview, NY 11803 (516) 586-6454.
Call Jeff Krasner Productions at 516.319.4476 for full details.
Drummer and co-founder Lee Finkelstein remarked "We are really looking forward to our 27th Funksgiving show. Considering that many of
us are out on tour and we can now only play a few times a year, it makes this night that much more special to us. Thanksfully on Funksgiving
we can assemble the entire band with no substitutes, we're reaching back to play all our fans and our own favorites including Tower of Power,
Earth Wind & Fire as well as original material from our CD. Deco 1600 is thre perfect venue for is to play with plenty of room for dancing
>> and reminiscing with friends and family!"
>> The event is being presented by Funk Filharmonik and Jeff Krasner
>> Productions. General admission advance tix are $25, available by
>> visiting the Funk Filharmonik website here:
>> Limited advanced VIP seating with waitress service is also available
>> for $45 per ticket; admission will be $35 at the door day of show.
>> DOORS OPEN @ 7PM, SHOW STARTS @ 8PM, 21 AND OVER!
>> For more information about Funk Filharmonik please visit: