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Jazz On The Air playlist for 09/09/2018

Captain Phil fills in for Jazz on the Air & Interviews ovrfwrd!

OVRFWRD, from Minneapolis, MN., is an all instrumental quartet that formed in late 2012. The band members came together with diverse and complex backgrounds and musical influences. Originally the band intended to have a vocalist, but he never arrived at the recording sessions and the band decided to continue as an instrumental ensemble. The sound they developed is diverse, with hints of rock, jazz, and classical. It's the sound of a band that's working to always progress, never satisfied with genre or status.

After releasing two albums, the band returned from the Fantasy Absent Reason tour that included legs with Stick Men (featuring members of King Crimson) and Kings X, and kept things moving forward by heading back in the studio with new material. The result will be their 3rd studio album, Blurring The Lines, which will be released on September 29.

In addition, in the fall of 2017, OVRFWRD was filmed and recorded live at Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, MN. The audio was released this summer as Occupations of Uninhabitied Space. The DVD of the performances will be available in the winter of 2018.

Sunday Street playlist for 09/09/2018

An in-studio visit with The LYNNeS (Lynn Miles and Lynne Hanson) on today's program

Down Home Country playlist for 09/09/2018

Debbie's guests for the hour were renowned local musician Bob Westcott and Amy Tuttle, Program Director of the Greater Port Jefferson North Brookhaven Arts Council. They discussed their respective current projects and Bob performed some of his songs.

Horrorscope playlist for 09/08/2018

IT GETS WEIRD AND SLUDGEY AND GREY UP IN HERE unlistenable if u r not woke

Homegrown Long Island playlist for 09/08/2018

Live guests The Crean Family Band and The Chris Ruben Band

Gabe's Flight playlist for 09/08/2018


1. Elegguá/Mercedita Valdés & Yoruba Andabo

2. Ven a mi Rumba/Osaín del Monte

3. Asere que bolá (Ponte pa’ lo tuyo)/Yoruba Andabo Ft. Ronald González

4. Alma de rumbero/Jesús ‘El Niño’ Alejandro

5. Para bailar la Rumba/Isaac Delgado

6. Rumba con to’/Leo Wilber Ft. Niche Cubano

7. La Habana de fiesta Iván & La Llegada

8. Suave, rico y despacito/Leonel Limonta & Azúcar Negra

9. Ya se acabó/ Maykel Blanco & Salsa Mayor

10. Este año/Pupy & LQSS Ft. Dayán Carrera

11. Me quiere la otra Timbalive Ft. Emilio Frías ‘El Niño ’

12. Déjame salir Timbalive Ft. Isaac Delgado

13. En mi solar/Timbalive Ft. Mayito Rivera

14. La conga de Magdalena/Pavel Molina & Songomanía Ft. Alexander Abreu

15. Dale Conga/Alain Daniel

16. Conga pa’ cerrá/Alexander Abreu & Habana D’Primera

17. Mambo influenciado/Lázaro Valdés Sr. & Son Jazz

18. Puttin’ on the Ritz/Bill O’Connell Ft. Cornrad Herwig

19. Dinga, Donga, Dunga/Enrique Pla Ft. Oliver Valdés & Rodney Barreto

The Loft playlist for 09/07/2018

Hi: This is George Rudolph. Join me in The Loft where we play latest releases in contemporary jazz every Friday at 3am after the Trim Mix Party on WUSB 90.1 FM and around the world on WUSB.FM.

Fermented Radio playlist for 09/07/2018

Friday 10am to Noon

Natural Alternatives playlist for 09/07/2018

Michael J. DeLuca publisher of Reckoning on Natural Alternatives

Reckoning: an imperfect means of navigation by which one determines where they’re going using only where they’ve been.

Reckoning: a settling of scores; justice.

Environmental justice: the notion that the people (and other living things) saddled with the consequences of humanity’s poor environmental choices and the imperative to remedy those choices are not the ones responsible for them.

Reckoning: a nonprofit, annual journal of creative writing on environmental justice.

Exactly the kind of creative writing journal we need right now. [Reckoning] celebrates diversity–of nature, of human nature–while never shying away from the stark challenges of environmental justice. These stories, essays and poems highlight and negotiate the ecology of landscapes in decline and the many spaces humans occupy in a rapidly changing world. Yet they never once lose hope.

– Emmi Itäranta, author of A Memory of Water


Friday Nite Free-Form playlist for 09/07/2018


Rockin' Iration playlist for 09/07/2018

RastafarI culture and reggae music with DJ Kibret Neguse. Another great Friday night of new songs, mixes, and level vibes! The "Blazing Hot" song of the night is from Garnet Silk Jr. with a song titled "Won't Change" that Kibret has been waiting to play since 2017 when he first heard it privately. It is still not officially released but he just could not wait any longer to premiere it on WUSB!

Trim Mix Party playlist for 09/06/2018

that real boom bap

Steve K playlist for 09/06/2018

Summer's end songs plus Dylan,new music, & The Soul Set

Cafe`Ali playlist for 09/05/2018

We Talk To Martin Barre Guitarist of Jethro Tull for over 40 years. Blues Blues Blues as we bid farewell to Wednesday Mornings.