Son of Haberdasher Presents A Couple Of Mixes presents:

Hey Listeners,

Doing something a bit different tonight. My son Henry had been planning to be home for Thanksgiving and was going to come up and do the show like he has several times during the week of Thanksgiving. Anyway he decided to follow the CDC recommendations and not travel. But he did send two mixes that I will be presenting for him to you tonight with very little interruption.

Mix ii. is – “melt like candy in ur mouth” – it will run about 43 minutes. We’ll take a break and then do mix ii. “my boys shoot up the playground” which runs about 47 minutes.

That will leave us with a little time that I’ll figure out how to fill.

This will be a lot different than an ordinary MIGFS show, so sit back and enjoy.

The Haberdasher

106 November 23rd, 2020

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The Edge of Americana presents:

It’s Thanksgiving week, so of course this is happening.

Mostly food, with a shot of songs about pilgrims, colonizing, and good times.

Enjoy

JKOB

105 November 23rd, 2020

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Something just a bit different today – – I’ll alternate between a brand-new song and an older one thruout today’s show.

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: 11/23/20: 5-7 p.m.: New + Old

Chris Wilhelm: Mists Of Misunderstanding
? & the Mysterians: 96 Tears
Becky Buller: The Barber’s Fiddle
Music Explosion: Little Bit O’Soul

The Dirty Knobs: Wreckless Abandon
Neil Diamond: Two-Bit Manchild
Drive-By Truckers: Watching The Orange Clouds
Mamas & the Papas: California Dreamin’

The Springfields: Sunflower
Tony Joe White: Polk Salad Annie
Brothers Osborne: I’m Not For Everyone
Billy Joe Royal: Down in the Boondocks

Chris Stapleton: Starting Over
The Pretenders: Boots of Chinese Plastic
Sturgill Simpson: All the Pretty Colors
William Elliott Whitmore: Busted

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades: Broke
Luke Bell: Glory and the Grace
Larkin Poe: Back Down South
The Dollyrots: American Girl

Maple Run Band: Hangin’ ‘Round
Steve Forbert: Goin’ Down to Laurel
The Jayhawks: Got Your Message
Guy Clark: Texas 1947

Mipso: Hourglass
Bob Dylan: Tangled Up in Blue
Dave Alvin: Highway 61 Revisited
Amazing Rhythm Aces: Third Rate Romance

The Mountain Goats: Get Famous
Eric Church: Springsteen
Darrell Scott (w/P. Griffin, B. Miller & R. Plant): A Satisfied Mind (live)
Johnny Cash: She Used to Love Me a Lot

Garry, DJ
Lost Music Saloon
WRIR 97.3 FM
Richmond, Virginia
www.wrir.org
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Kelly’s Lot: Foolish Try
Gillian Welch: Sin City

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Global A Go-Go presents:

 

Kokoroko is a young octet from London fronted by three female horn players; their music bridges Afrobeat, highlife and modern jazz. They’ve released an EP and a couple of singles so far, and I expect more good things from them in the future.

Kokoroko’s brand new single “Baba Ayoola” is a tribute to saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi’s grandfather. It’s an ideal introduction to their sound and you’ll be hearing it on this week’s episode of Global A Go-Go.

Also this week (Monday November 23, 3:00-5:00 PM on WRIR, for two weeks afterwards at wrir.org/listen, check your local listings for airing on other radio stations, and any old time at my podcast site): acoustic music of the Sahel, old-fashioned Afropop is sounding good to me right now, three 5-star albums of South African jazz, modern highlife from Ghana and the roots of Colombian champeta, where cumbia meets Afrobeat.

Podcast: radio4all.net/index.php/program/107159
All the podcasts: radio4all.net/index.php/series/Global+A+Go-Go

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Recovery Is (1st, 3rd, 5th) [Formerly Richmond Recovers] presents:

On today’s show, Melvina Goodman returns with Darlene Scott to continue their conversation about getting and staying healthy.

5 November 23rd, 2020

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Monday Breakfast Blend presents:

Today we did a deep dive into the history of New Age music; its influences, its cultural causes and effects, and its enduring icons.

The first block features artists that represent New Age’s disparate influences, from jazz guitarists to pioneers of experimental and ambient music. In block two, we hear some proto- and early New Age like Tony Scott’s Music for Zen Meditation, and explore the term “New Age” and its deployment as a marketing technique. We then look into the iconic Windham Hill Records label in a block largely featuring “soft jazz” like Alex de Grassi and George Winston. Enigma’s “Return to Innocence” and cultural colonization get a once-over, then we head into a Hearts of Space block for some Slow Music for Fast Times™. Icons of the genre like Enya, Vangelis, and Kitaro get their due, and the episode closes out with some New Age standard-bearers of today, like Leo Takami. Thanks so much for joining me!

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An extended (4+ hours) version of this playlist is available here.

The music playing in the background while I talked is all from the wonderful compilation I Am The Center: Private Press New Age in America 1950 – 1980 from Light in the Attic Records.

Here’s the Timothy D. Taylor piece on “Return to Innocence” that I mention in the show: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery: Transnational Music Sampling and Enigma’s Return to Innocence.

And finally, here are some links to articles I referenced in one way or another:

New Age Music Booms, Softly by John Pareles

The State of New Age Music in the Always On Wellness Era by Harley Brown

Trends: New Age Enters A New Phase by Don Heckman

New Age Artists Want A New Label by Roger Catlin

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Curved Air presents:

Compositions by Luciano Berio, Claude Debussy, Charles Bestor, Carl Nielsen, and Richard Strauss

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If Music Could Talk presents:

as Jimmy B said this evening –

“We can still stay close… not with Proximity but with Symmetry”

Thanks for tuning in and staying connected with WRIR

I hope you enjoy the vibes you’ll be hearing tonight on IF MUSIC COULD TALK

121 November 22nd, 2020

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Ambiance Congo / The Other Black Music presents:

Faya Tess in 2019. Photo from her Facebook page.

Congolese popular music from the 70’s to today.

126 November 22nd, 2020

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Mellow Madness presents:

Psych Madness

137 November 22nd, 2020

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