Sunday Street playlist for 09/02/2012

Some songs for Labor Day, some songs to note those struggling with the flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac, and an adventurous new song from Iain Matthews recalling the London music scene in the 1960s, from his innovative new album with Egbert Derix, were part of today's music mix.

Beginnings playlist for 09/01/2012

"with new ears" #70 Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze and and artists that have synesthesia

Saturday's a Party playlist for 09/01/2012

Joe Vecchio sittin' in

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 08/31/2012

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)

Lunchtime playlist for 08/31/2012

guest dj: Bob Longman
requests: #6, #11, #16, #19, #26, #34, #42
thank-yous : #7 (3); #13, #19, #24, #34 (2), #41

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 08/31/2012

The Blue Moon Hurricane Isaac Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 08/31/2012

The Blue Moon Hurricane Isaac Show

Mix Tape playlist for 08/30/2012


Steve K playlist for 08/30/2012

End of Summer...Sunny Day

Global Rhythms playlist for 08/30/2012

The Post Alaksa - Per Bradstock Festival Show. H-TS-D Isaac hosing & bisecting the country.

Pre-Sunrise Mix playlist for 08/29/2012

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Blue Grass Time playlist for 08/29/2012

2 hours of bluegrass music 6-8 PM

B-side playlist for 08/29/2012


Everything Is Broken playlist for 08/28/2012

A very special show indeed! Our featured guest is Earl Caldwell, Writer in Residence at Hampton University in VA, and at the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education in Oakland, CA; journalist and radio personality on pacifica radio with his Caldwell Chronicles, airing on Fridays, 4-6PM on WBAI New York.

Caldwell is a nationally renowned journalist who has witnessed and chronicled some of the most important civil rights events of the past 40 years and was the only reporter present when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.

Earl Caldwell rose to fame while a reporter at The New York Times when he refused to disclose information to the FBI and the Nixon Administration involving his sources in the Black Panther party. The case, United States v. Caldwell, reached the U.S. Supreme Court in 1972 when the court ruled against him. The “Caldwell Case” led to the enactment of shield laws in many states that allow reporters to protect sources and information.

Our resident storyteller, Margaret Meyers will join us from the twin cities. Margaret’s website is