Playlists

Everything is Broken playlist for 05/31/2010

TODAY WE HAVE A GREAT SHOW LINED UP WITH THE GUSHER IN THE GULF AS OUR MAIN THEME. The featured interview is with GEORGE MAUL, Professor, and Head of the Department of Marine and Environmental Systems, in the College of Engineering at Florida Tech. He has merchant marine service and NOAA tenure. Dr. Maul's current research interests include quantifying the impact of climate and global change on society, establishing operational forecasts of coastal ocean circulation, particularly in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. WE WILL DISCUSS the Gulf Loop Current and its relationship to the Gulf Stream. For a detailed presentation on this topic by Dr. Maul, download it at http://tinyurl.com/2fhuk22

Our resident scribe, J. David Gray will join us with another segment of our SYNERGY project. david's essay is inspired by the image "secured" - you can view the image at http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or http://www.jimlynchphotography.com under "new images"

Today we feature the music of Tim O'Brien.

Wake and Bake playlist for 05/31/2010

Started early (about 4:45 AM)

Jim Dexter playlist for 05/31/2010

Jim Dexter show for June 1, 2010 Back to a weekly show!

Jazz On The Air playlist for 05/30/2010

Hosted by Mr. Edison & Rosanne Hoffmann

J-Ro's Antique Roadshow playlist for 05/30/2010

this week is sort of internet only, thanks to the transmitter going down right before I walked into the studio.

Ludwig Leopold playlist for 05/29/2010

Hosted by Rosanne Hoffmann

Lunchtime playlist for 05/28/2010

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.

Trim Mix Party playlist for 05/28/2010

real hiphop boom bap top 15 joints of the week plus vapor radio segment and much more

The Zone playlist for 05/28/2010

Arnie filling in for Vambo tonite

STRANGE FRUIT - All Over The World / Dangerous Things / Scream Freedom
BLACK SABBATH - Electric Sleep (rare demo of an unreleased track!) / Behind The Wall Of Sleep (rare early demo version! as good, if not better version than the LP version)
HEAVY GLOW - Heavy Glow / Its Too Late / Hot Mess / Bourgeois Baby
AWESOME COLOR – Transparent / White Cloud / Flying / Oaxaca
SLEEPY SUN – Marina / Wild Machines / Desert God
GADSBY & SKOL - Guitar Dog / Getting Used To It / Fools Like You
INCREDIBLE HOG - Lame
VESUVIUS - Promised Land / Pompeii Nights
MOUNT CARMEL - Livin Like I Wanna / Sacksburg / Still Listening
NICK THUNE - I Don't Care
MOUNT CARMEL - Hear Me Callin / I Work While You're Sleeping

Friday Night Free-Form playlist for 05/28/2010

Fill-in for The Zone; to view playlist:
http://www.wusb.fm/node/7701

Steve K playlist for 05/26/2010

New Black Keys...old Stones (again)....Duane and Derek

The White Room playlist for 05/25/2010

Birthday salutes to Joe Cocker, Cher, Levon Helm, Bernie Taupin, Rosanne Cash,

Recess playlist for 05/25/2010

Shortened Recess today due to Stony Brook Baseball

Everything Is Broken playlist for 05/24/2010

We have a great show lined up - our FEATURED INTERVIEW is with Chad Lassiter, nationally recognized in the fields of American race relations and violence prevention among African American males. He has worked with resilient and vulnerable families, youth, and communities as they experience normal developmental transitions in challenging environments. Mr. Lassiter is one of the co-founders and current president of the Black Men at Penn School of Social Work, Inc. at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. http://www.blackmenatpenn.org

j. david gray, our resident scribe, will join us with another segment of SYNERGY. david's essay was inspired by the image "thar she blows" - go to http://tinyurl.com/lvgvsr or to http://www.jimlynchphotography.com (in new images gallery).

We will also have a brief chat with Kate Valerio on the subject of faith-based drug rehab.

We will enjoy the music of Joan Armatrading. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Armatrading