By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 05/28/2010 - 11:27am
Food for your mind.... a buffet of audible delight!
Classic Kinks album side today .... The first side of Give The People What They Want. Next week is my 25th College Reunion, and this album arrived in the fall of my freshman semester 10.15.1981.
How 'bout a simple Chicken Quesedilla recipe? Last nite over at the Village Pub in Pt. Jeff had myself a delicious one. Then Eva (host of Long Island Sound, thurs. 7-8pm) asked me if i could do that recipe over the radio. Sure 'nuff Eva, this Quesedilla won't give you the blues but make you wanna spank yer grandma.... just kidding. It's lip smacking good!!!
Thanks for listening in ... join me next friday 6/4 at 11am for another helping of Lunchtime ... have a safe Memorial Day Weekend.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 05/14/2010 - 11:44am
Food for your mind. A veritable buffet of musical delights with a sprinkling of good 'ol comedy. What's better than a tasty meal and hearty laugh?
Our specials today begin with no typical album side; it's Paul Simon's "Still Crazy After All These Years" we're offering a full helping of Side One
Speaking of cuisine, we'll get back to our Slow Cooked BBQ Beef Brisket recipe in the second hour.
Next week is Commencement here at the University. Most likely there will be time for an abbreviated Lunchtime following the ceremony; otherwise we'll return on the twenty-eigth. So until then happy trails ....
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 05/07/2010 - 11:54am
Cook it slow my friends.
A slow cooking version today for a fifth (or sixth...) consecutive Sunny Day in Stony Brook.....
Seminal album side: The Band side B COMPLETE.
A little Brisket Recipe too, for your Bar B Q!
Stay tuned to the most FREE RADIO station in the Nation WUSBeeeeeeeeeeeeee all da thyme!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 04/30/2010 - 11:59am
Once in a while you eat something that does not agree. Then what do you do?
Tune in to Lunchtime for settling down.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 04/23/2010 - 12:00pm
Musical buffet for your ears.
Classic Album Side from the Rolling Stones -- Sticky Fingers -- Side A complete
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 04/16/2010 - 11:53am
Weekly Musical Buffet .... Food for your ears!
Full album Side today from The Good rats ... 1974 debut TASTY... Side A in its entiriety.
Tune in again next week at 11am for more Lunchtime.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 04/02/2010 - 11:54am
Weekly musical buffet for your body and soul
Good Friday Edition .... with a very special album side of Neil Young's "Rust Never Sleeps" (does it?)
Barbeque recipe for grilling Burgers and Chicken. Fire it up!!!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 03/26/2010 - 11:42am
Weekly radio buffet to quench your mid-day appetite.
Frank Vignola joins us today to discuss his show tomorrow night at Berkner Hall in Brookhaven.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 03/19/2010 - 12:15pm
Women's History Month Edition --- Celebrating the Center of Every Household: The Kitchen
There's a new exhibit over at Long Island Museum in Stony Brook called "America's Kitchen" We speal to the museum's historian Joshua Ruff in the second hour.
First we play lots of songs celebrating all the gal's!
A full album side from Billy Preston. Side B of his first solo record recorded in London for Apple.
Thanks y'all .... support WUSB during our fun-draising drive. Tune in again next week for another helping of Lunchtime!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 1:17pm
Celebrating Ornette Coleman's 80th Birthday (3/09/1930). Rebroadcast of 3/18/2001w/ guest V. Pedevski surveying the works of Ornette. The original show contains many album tracks and very interesting discussion on the background of the recording sessions and Ornette specifically.
This is a tape (two actually) that I've been carrying around for sometime waiting for the right opportunity. There is no better time than in celebration of Ornette's 80th birthday to do this.
A full album side of classic comedy from Mr Ed the Talking Horse, and the story of Ed The Song Writer
March is Women's History Month so we play a set from Mary Lou Williams, the first woman in Jazz. Live piano quartet from Ronnie Scotts in London from 1954
Getting prepared for St. Patricks Day next week we share a recipe for good 'ol Corned Beef and Cabbage. Real easy and delicious!
Join us again next Friday 11am to 1pm for another helping of Lunchtime. Next week will be a very special radiothon edition!!!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 03/05/2010 - 1:17pm
A weekly musical buffet being served from 11am until 1pm each friday. March is Women's history month so this edition is very Mars centric .....
Bonnie Raitt's third album Takin' My Time is our selection fro Complete Album Side. Side A in it's entireity.
Lots of my favorite female performers, including some new hotties on this edition.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 01/29/2010 - 1:12pm
Musical Buffet Friday Mid-Day.
Lots of live tracks to open ... a few new numbers and a classic TV flashback from Ruff & Reddy.
Preparing for Black History Month over here at the station we are going to have 5 Days of Reggae Music Feb. 6- 1;
Played a true LP Classic Bob Marley and The Wailers "Exodus". Side B in it's entirety!
Bob's Birthday is February 6, 1945. This year is the 65th anniversary of his arrival.
To wrap up the show .... a few Roots Reggae sets going back to the early 80's era.
Next Friday tune into our special programming, Reggae Marathon.
The following two weeks (Feb. 12 & 19) Rich L'H is going to sit in with an extended Sam Taylor Blues Show bustin' out more blues in celebration of Black History Month.
I'll be back to wrap up February on the 26th at 11am, until then keep tuned in to WUSBeeeeeeeee TO STAY WARM.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 01/15/2010 - 2:10pm
Remembering Haiti on this edition. Played side A of Black Uhuru's album Red. Musical relief for a terrible catastrophe.
Thanks to Chris Sorochin for speaking about Haiti, and also sitting in next week for the Lunchtime program. Tune In next week for Chris, and
I'll return the 29th at 11am.
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 01/08/2010 - 12:55pm
Musical Buffet each Friday ..... Today's a grey friday in Stony Brook, so why not raise the heat with some good ol' humor. Our guest this morning is Barry Louis Polisar, songwriter, performer, and artist's rights advocate. Barry wrote, "All I Want Is You" back in the early 1970's ... fast forward to 2003, when movie director Jason Reitman selects his song for the movie Juno's opening credits. There's a new collection of Barry's songs a that features Indie Band's covering his material.
Today's Elvis Presley's 75th Birthday, too. So we dig deep into the WUS Vinyl room for our own Lunchtime birthday wishes to the late, great (once know as) The KING.
Also a nod to WUSB's very own Mr. Edison (No Apologies, Jazz On The Air, Ludwig Leopold, curator of Zappathon, editor of our once in a while newsletter, and just really great dude) with a set of Frank Zappa (again from the vinyl room).
Yes, we'll have a recipe this week (sorry, but I got carried last program)
Thanks for tuning in, enjoy the show ..... and check us out next week when we explore the world of Ice Sailing (like they do on Lake Ronkonkoma).
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 01/01/2010 - 12:56pm
Happy New YEAR!!!! Back in the studio at WUSB after a cross country journey that started on the shores of the Pacific Ocean where the Torrey Pine grows ... up to the Continental Divide where winter reigns ... and back to beloved Stony Brook.
Today's program has three themes relating to the new year thang .... a discussion with Stan White regarding Marijuana Legalization in Colorado; honoring a few of our favorite musicians that passed over the last year (or so); and my xcountry journey.
Today's album side is from Merle Saunders, a gem from 1973 ... Side A of "Fire Up". Featuring Jerry Garcia, Tom Fogerty, John Kahn (on keyborards), Bill Vitt, and many others. truly a wonderful flashback moment.
My Mom's recipe for Homemade Pizza -- a delicious chicken sausage vegetable medley. She served tis to us the other night after a day skiing ,,, and boy oh boy .. it hit the spot. Hope you too can enjoy it!
Have a Healthy New Year & tune in next week on Friday at 11am for "Lunchtime".
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 12/04/2009 - 12:56pm
Musical Buffet each Friday ... serving up some favorites of mine today from deep within Ludwig's Treasure trove.
Our Album Side "Bob Dylan - 30th Anniversary Concert...." was one incredible night! My sweetheart and i were there that night & seeing as her birthday is right around the corner I send out this album side to you, B-A-B-Y!!!
Today we reviewed two of my "Recipe Off the Top Of My Head" previous recipes. As this is a constant work in progress, we recently got some feedback from one listener who said the meatball recipe did not work out too well for her. So we reviewed how to make it extra tasty each time. Also, went over how to ensure the Chicken Parmesean is always extra mist and juicy.
Thanks for tuning in .... the next few weeks I'll be on the road .. tune in for Josef Ayala sitting in and his extra special blend. See/Hear you in 2010. I'll be back New years day January 1st !!!!
Have a safe and Happy Holiday Season .... ALL THE BEST from the Lunchtime Crew !!!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 11/20/2009 - 12:53pm
A Musical Buffet ... this week featuring Breakup Songs, and a classic post-psychedelic SF Allstar album side.
Side B of "Dinosaurs" featuring: Peter Albin; Spencer Dryden; Mer lSaunders, John Cippolina, and Barry "The Fish" Melton
Also a few cry in your beerglass tear jerkers ... boo hoo hoo!!!
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 11/13/2009 - 1:25pm
Lunchtime is a Musical Buffet for your mind each Friday during the Lunch Hours of 11am to 1pm.
Check out the schedule guide on our home page to hear an archive version of this weeks broadcast........
By Ludwig Leopold on Fri, 11/06/2009 - 1:09pm
Lunchtime is a weekly broadcast combining the best of music and food with current events .... a musical stew for your head (sort of).
RADIOTHON ... Yo Yo Yo Y'all !!!!! COUGH U TH BUCK$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Lot's of great new music on today's show plus an extra special radiothon album side The Beatles "RUBBER SOUL"
Recipe for Turkey Meatballs and Spaghetti
Tune in next week for more tasty extra juicy lunch on Fridaze