Wednesday, August 26, 2020
World Music with a French Accent
Near & Far: Japanese hip-hop and more with Ian C.
Music Recorded on August 25 on Years Past
The Idiot's Guide to Idiophones (Pt. 7): Glockenspiels #1
Laryngitis gone... dj still awake... let's hope
another pandemic edition of Bats - moody music to cheer you
Jazz-influenced music by Ken Field, Travis Laplante, Roscoe Mitchell, Quinsin Nachoff, Gene Pritsker, Eric Glick Rieman & Karen Stackpole
A Summer Night to Relax to R&B/Soul, Love Songs, Jazz and Inspiration..."For Your Pleasure"!!!
Drifters Drifting Across Drifts of Time and Space, stopping for a beer at P-town
Keep Your Body Movin' for 2 Hours of R&B, Funk, Slow Jams & Stuff with Ré Antoine
PATNAUSEUM PATDEMIC: DIGGIN' MY POTATOES
Saturday, August 22, 2020
It didn't rain again today
Hits from the week of October 27, 1970
Cruel and Unusual, and a Little Ugly on the Side
SWEDES STAMPEDE returns! Part II
Playlist in the Desert: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 20
biskit still subbin after all these months
Heck of a Lot of New Music
Those seeking a program without jazz should look elsewhere
Thursday, August 20, 2020
(not an official endorsement)
Quarantine No. whatever...it's just another Blursday
Nothing New Under The Sun
Return of the Swedes Stampede, Part 1
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry
opinions were like kittens
Listen as deep as you want to
there is no such thing as too much ron
we could be looking for the same thing
chem 101 house of leaves pt 20
World Music with French Accent
Near & Far: Japanese hip-hop and more
Music Recorded on August 18 on Years Past
The Idiot's Guide to Idiophones (Pt. 6): Marimbas #4
Millions of Dumb Chickens
String quartets and a string trio by Ruth Crawford (Seeger), Bryce Dessner, Kenneth Fuchs, Jennifer Higdon, Dick Kattenburg & George Lewis
Who can dig a pig so mean?
Sunday Nights Are Made for Cuddling, Romance, Love Songs, R&B Tunes, Jazz and Inspiration...:For Your Pleasure"!!!
Dedicated to Mimi Jones (1947-2020)
PATNAUSEUM PATDEMIC: Pretty Polly to Pastures of Plenty to Ballad of Hollis Brown
The Hottest Sunday Countdown Show on WMBR
"ECONOMIC DIGNITY," a conversation with GENE SPERLING
Saturday, August 15, 2020
All the plants are dying from drought.
It's sort of chilly today - & it feels good.