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Playlist: Music Shows

Compiled By: Jeff Conner

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Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child (Series)

Produced by Bill Childs

Most recent piece in this series:

2019-11-24 Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child

From Bill Childs | Part of the Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child series | 52:49

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1st set  
They Might Be Giants - It’s Spare the Rock
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They Might Be Giants - Birdhouse in Your Soul
Elizabeth Mitchell & Suni Paz - Gracias Mil
Emily Arrow - Dear Bookstore (new)
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Jenny Lewis - Barking at the Moon
Waco Brothers - Fox
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Brian Eno - I’ll Come Running
[KUTX - The Ting Tings - That’s Not My Name
[WJFF/KCMJ - Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Long Walk to Freedom
2nd set
Sally Timms & Jon Langford - The Prettiest Star
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They Might Be Giants - Don’t Spare the Rock
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Helmet - Gigantor
Lunch Money - Dizzy
The Not-Its! - Rock, Paper, Scissors
Big Star - Thank You Friends
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3rd set 
The Jimmies - Bonfire
Best Coast - Thank You
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Sly & The Family Stone - Thank You
The Bar-Kays - Soul Finger
Justin Roberts - Yellow Reflector
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They Might Be Giants - Fibber Island
They Might Be Giants - Spare the Rock

Celtic Connections (Series)

Produced by WSIU

Most recent piece in this series:

The Best of Celtic Connections 1947

From WSIU | Part of the Celtic Connections series | 58:30

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A special encore presentation of a visit to the studio by Asheville, NC Irish Fiddler Finn Magill and Irish singer Dave Curley, from Galway. We'll hear some of their work as a duo, recorded live in our studio.

Celtic Connections offers radio listeners a wide variety of traditional and contemporary music associated with the western European lands occupied at one time or another by people of the Celtic tribes and their descendants, including Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia, as well as Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and other parts of North America where the Celtic influence has been felt.

American Routes (Series)

Produced by American Routes

Most recent piece in this series:

19-47: Blues Old and New: Black Keys, Robert Finley & Luke Winslow-King, 11/20/2019

From American Routes | Part of the American Routes series | 01:58:58

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We trace the musical DNA and psychic aura of the blues from its Delta roots to Chicago’s electric pioneers, across a patchwork of regional styles and modern day innovators. In an archival interview we talk with blues rockers the Black Keys of Akron, Ohio, about defying genre, eschewing nostalgia, and the blues progenitors who blurred labels like primitive and avant-garde. Age Don’t Mean a Thing for 66-year-old Louisiana bluesman Robert Finley, who caught a big break in the last couple years and is now rocking the mic and hitting the road harder than ever. From Cadillac, Michigan to the Crescent City, Luke Winslow-King recalls the bad times and breakups that gave him a deeper understanding of the blues and inspired him to make I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always. Plus, we load up the jukebox with our favorites from Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Guy, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly, Willie Nelson and Bonnie Raitt.

Footlight Parade: Sounds of the American Musical (Series)

Produced by Footlight Parade

Most recent piece in this series:

Footlight Parade: 1999 on Stage (FP19:31)

From Footlight Parade | Part of the Footlight Parade: Sounds of the American Musical series | 57:43

Fp1931_small 10 productions from the year ranging from the revival of Rodgers and Hart's "Babes in Arms" to the explosive rock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and including "Parade" and the Tony Award-winning "Fosse."

Fugitive Waves (Series)

Produced by The Kitchen Sisters

Most recent piece in this series:

Burning Man — Archiving the Ephemeral

From The Kitchen Sisters | Part of the Fugitive Waves series | 18:58

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On the night of Summer Solstice 1986, Larry Harvey and Jerry James built and burned an eight-foot wooden figure on San Francisco's Baker Beach surrounded by a handful of friends. Burning Man was born. 
This weekend, the 34th annual Burning Man gathering begins to assemble on a vast dry lake bed in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, the nomadic ritual's home since 1990. An estimated 80,000 people will come.   
How do you archive an event when one of it's driving principles is "leave no trace?" Where The Burning Man is in fact burned? What is being kept and who is keeping it? The Kitchen Sisters take a journey into the archives of this legendary gathering to find out.

The Sundilla Radio Hour (Series)

Produced by Sundilla

Most recent piece in this series:

The Sundilla Radio Hour #343

From Sundilla | Part of the The Sundilla Radio Hour series | 59:00

Dsc_0704-150x150_medium_small The Sundilla Radio Hour for the week of 11/11/2019 featuring new music from Clint Alphin, Kevin Brown, The Scatterlings, and the Gossamer Strings.

Rockin' in the Days of Confusion (Series)

Produced by Stephen R Webb

Most recent piece in this series:

DC 1947

From Stephen R Webb | Part of the Rockin' in the Days of Confusion series | 59:00

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Happy_trails_small This week's playlist is really short. That's because most of the songs this week are really long. In one case we are talking really really long, as in over 25 minutes long. And all but one of this week's tunes were originally released in 1969, so in a way it's kind of a sneak preview of our year-end special (which is only five weeks away, incidentally). See http://thehermitrambles.blogspot.com/ for complete playlist.

WoodSongs (Series)

Produced by WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour

Most recent piece in this series:

WoodSongs 992: Ukulele Celebration

From WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour | Part of the WoodSongs series | 59:00

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From it's humble origins in Hawaii to becoming a worldwide phenomenon, the ukulele is having a global revival thanks to artists like Jake Shimabukuro, Emi Sunshine and more. It was a favorite instrument of George Harrison and Eddie Vedder called it "an activist instrument." On this WoodSongs, we'll be exploring the many styles, sounds and stories of the uke with musicians from across the country. 

EMISUNSHINE has been attracting national attention since she was nine years old with appearances on “The Today Show,” NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” “Pickler & Ben,” the Grand Ole Opry and elsewhere. Rolling Stone named 15-year-old EmiSunshine among “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know,” but she is more than country. With music described as “old-timey,” the East Tennessee native adds her own unique contemporary blend of roots music that is equal parts Americana, Bluegrass, Gospel, Blues and Jazz.

 
VICTOR & PENNY deliver swing-infused folk-jazz in the band’s signature high-energy style with joy, humor, and soaring musical improvisation. This corset-tight group brings a modern Kansas City voice to their original tunes and prohibition era jazz with sterling musicianship.


DIANA CHITTESTER’S live performance is brought to life by her signature percussive, multi-part acoustic ukulele and guitar playing. This Cleveland, Ohio storyteller uniquely developed style is accentuated by her alternating between picking and strumming, all while pounding out bass lines and drum beats.

Audio Aftermath Radio (Series)

Produced by Dan Wardlow

Most recent piece in this series:

Audio Aftermath Radio Christmas Holiday Special episode 1

From Dan Wardlow | Part of the Audio Aftermath Radio series | 59:49

Aarh1image_small In this episode we’ll hear Bob Seger, Martin Mull, Greg Lake, The Who, Jethro Tull, Jesse Winchester, and Frank Zappa explaining why we shouldn’t eat the yellow snow.

Early Music Now with Sara Schneider (Series)

Produced by The WFMT Radio Network

Most recent piece in this series:

EMN 19-23: Food, Wine, and Song, 11/25/2019

From The WFMT Radio Network | Part of the Early Music Now with Sara Schneider series | 58:31

Emn_turquoise_small Early music is always a feast for the ears, but this week's show might just tempt your palate as well! The Orlando Consort serves up songs about delicious French wine, and what might happen when you've had a drop too much. We'll also hear an anonymous 15th century song about an unforgettable banquet, and another celebrating the wonders of eggs. We'll end our 'meal' with a performance of Bach's Coffee Cantata.

Folk Alley (Series)

Produced by FreshGrass Foundation

Most recent piece in this series:

Folk Alley #191121

From FreshGrass Foundation | Part of the Folk Alley series | 01:57:56

Fars_logo_191026_240_small This week on Folk Alley, join Elena See for some Thanksgivng-inspired music from Loudon Wainwright III and The Highwomen; we take a closer look at the 2019 FreshGrass Band Award finalists; plus new music from The Secret Sisters, Joe Henry, and more.

In hour two, more Thanksgiving favorites from Lyle Lovett, Joe Craven and The Wiyos; new music from some of our favorite Canadian musicians including William Prince, The East Pointers, and Catherine MacLellan; a classic from Sonny Terry; plus favorites from Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, Gillian Welch, and more.

Beale Street Caravan (Series)

Produced by Beale Street Caravan

Most recent piece in this series:

#2406 - Amy LaVere

From Beale Street Caravan | Part of the Beale Street Caravan series | 58:30

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This week on Beale Street Caravan we have local rock siren Amy LaVere celebrating her latest release, “Painting Blue.” Grammy nominated blues man, Guy Davis, will be with us to deliver an installment of the Blues Hall of Fame, an exploration of the lives of the pioneers and innovators enshrined in the Blues Hall of Fame, here in Memphis, TN, brought to you by the Blues Foundation.