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Lunchtime playlist for 02/18/2011

It's a sunny almost 60 degree day in Stony Brook so we've got a really great menu today. Our chef's have been spannig the globe for today's ingredients.

Our appetizer comes from Norwalk, Connecticut with a recipe for getting a Cheesesteak in Philly ... from a South African??? Bakhiti Kumalo is up in Connecticut rehearsing with Paul Simon where we speak with him about FEBRUARY 19 at BORGHESE Vineyards on the North Fork. BK has a Jazz Quartet featuring fellow South African troubador Morris Goldberg. It's 3pm tomorrow!!! We also cover his recording with another old time friend from SA, Vusi Mahlasela (Performing at SOB's next TUesday February 22), and all things CheeseSteak???

The Second course is a Brazillian Dish via Seattle .... Vinicius Cantuaria and Bill Frisell perform tomorrow night as well: Le Poisson Rouge, NYC ... supporting their new eOne release titled Lagrimas Mexcianas and sharing their music. A really wonderful collaboration we like a lot! Go see for yourself tomorrow night, the 19th there's a late and Early and Late performance.

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 02/18/2011

The 57 Degree Show

Mix Tape playlist for 02/17/2011

beep bepp bpp pppp

Cheap Thrills, with Rosanne playlist for 02/17/2011

5:45-7:00 a.m. -Mr. Edison
7:00-9:00 a.m - Rosanne Hoffmann

Steve K playlist for 02/17/2011

Blue Grass Time playlist for 02/16/2011

6-8 PM Bluegrass Music old & new. Phone interview with Chart Guthrie square dance caller.

Everything Is Broken playlist for 02/15/2011

Today we will look at what the USA can create other than invasions of defenseless nations – a look at entrepreneurs and their stories of success. Our guest is Bob Jordan, who himself has been launching and growing companies and helping other entrepreneurs do the same for the past 20 years. We will discuss his latest book: “How They Did it” – Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America” http://www.Howtheydiditbook.com Bob's company website is http://www.interimCEOinterimCFO.com

We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe – for another segment of our SYNERGY project. Both my image and David’s essay are entitled “Dead Man Listening” – be sure to view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com David’s other writings can be found at http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith

Music today will be from “the little orchestra” from Portland, OR, PINK MARTINI. We will hear selections from their 2009 cd: “Splendor in the Grass”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Martini http://pinkmartini.com/

Wake and Bake playlist for 02/15/2011

Today featuring moe. from Ogden Theater in Denver 2/5, The Bridge from their CD release party in Baltimore MD 1/29, Cornmeal at Philadelphia 2/12, and Yellow Dubmarine covering the entire Abbey Road Album

Jim Dexter playlist for 02/15/2011

Jim's Show for Tuesday February 15th 2011 ~ “My barn having burned to the ground, I can now see the moon”
Chinese Proverb

Finn's Revolution playlist for 02/15/2011

Tonight, a chat with the Rep From ZEITGEIST Dr Jacqueline Carboni, plus a buttload of tunes!

Trim Mix Party playlist for 02/15/2011

this week we had the original members of legendary hiphop group leaders of the new school and a j-dilla showcase plus a new top 15 and more...

The Rock and Roll Dance Party playlist for 02/15/2011

positive thinking... negative reaction!

J-Ro's Antique Roadshow playlist for 02/14/2011

show started about 16 minutes late because I am a bozo.