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More Songs About Random Topics

G ManA little bit about a lot of things for my next two hour show: Bob Dylan kicks off with My Back Pages, hence the title of the setlist. Hour one highlights include Royal Atlas, The Punch Brothers, and U2. In hour two I have a jazz version of the song Queen of The Highway by The Doors. A bit of a rarity. Plus an extended version of the classic Jefferson Airplane song Pretty As You Feel by David Crosby and the PERRO session folks. Quite a jam. Kick back, relax, put the headphones on and tune in to another fabulous commercial free playlist. The G Man

Elephant RevivalDJ Andy Bargerstock steps up with another LIVE program of quality tracks from off-the-beaten path.  This week's spotlight shines on the four-sister band SHEL (photo right) and Fairfest band ELEPHANT REVIVAL (photo left) and their friends Shook Twins who also impressed the Fairfest crowd with a candlelight concert in FACC when the power went down with a storm. Music from Eric Clapton's new CD and Sawyer Fredricks (Voice winner).  Sarah Jarosz who will play Englert on July 14 offers tracks from her upcoming CD release Undercurrent.

And, then, the second hour.....

The second-hour Chill Zone highlights SHELetherically beautiful music from UK's electronic DJ duo, Above & Beyond, along with female vocals from Acoustic II the CD coming soon with preview tracks especially for you.  Acoustic guitar blues virtuoso Justin Johnson shapes notes on two tracks from Smoke and Mirrors.

Click here for playlist. Discover again why people say Fringe Toast offers the best music you never hear... unless you are tuned to KRUU.

- Great Taste - 20101103 - Dianne Hales

60:00 minutes (54.93 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

La Bella Lingua book cover shotpasta with zucchini, cherry tomatoes, rosemary & basilWhat a perfect combination-discussing the Italian language with noted author, Dianne Hales, and preparing Italian food in the studio.  Dianne's book, La Bella Lingua, published in 2009,  is a great read full of history about how the language developed, populated with insights into colorful characters like Petrarch, Julius Caesar, Boccaccio, St. Francis of Assisi, Lorenzo de Medici, and Brunelleschi and, the author's own  journey as she navigated the complexities of the language and culture. 

Since our show is Great Taste, we'll focus on the language as it relates to different styles of cooking, work our way through some typical food terminology found on Italian menus, and share a simple recipe for pasta with marinara sauce as it was made every Sunday by Kathy's Grandma Gulla. 

Claire Hoffman about her book GREETINGS FROM UTOPIA PARK: Surviving A Transcendent Childhood, her career and perspectives on life this Tuesday, May 24th at 1pm CT on KRUU-LP 100.1. [Rebro THU 8am]

Claire works as a magazine writer living in Los Angeles, writing for national magazines, covering culture, religion, celebrity, business and whatever else seems interesting. She was formerly a staff reporter for the Los Angeles Times and a freelance reporter for the New York Times.

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THE EVOLUTION OF ELTON JOHN

 AT 69 ELTON JOHN HAS SOLD OVER 33 MILLION RECORDS MAKING HIM THE WORLDWIDE BEST SELLING SINGLE ARTIST IN BOTH THE UK AND US.

Obvious World ~ Sunday Nights ~ 9e/8c/7m/6p ♥

So Close to Home Today's guest, Michael J. Tougias, is a New York Times bestselling author and has co-authored 24 books, primarily focusing on maritime, travel and nature adventures.  His recent book "The Finest Hours" became a Disney movie starring Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, and former Fairfielder Ben Foster.

Today Michael joins Caroline and guest host Paul Gandy to discuss his latest maritime survival story, "So Close to Home:  A True Story of an American Family's Fight for Survival During World War II."Michael Tougias

The Downs family was travelling from Texas to South American in 1941 when their ship was torpedoed by a German U-Boat.  I never even realized that battles took place right off American shores!

Listen in today to learn how this author uncovers these fascinating stories from history!

Join James Moore for a discussion wClaire Hoffmanith Claire Hoffman about her book GREETINGS FROM UTOPIA PARK: Surviving A Transcendent Childhood, her career and perspectives on life this Wednesday, May 18th at 1pm CT on KRUU-LP 100.1. [Rebro THU 7pm & Fri 3pm]

Claire works as a magazine writer living in Los Angeles, writing for national magazines, covering culture, religion, celebrity, business and whatever else seems interesting. She was formerly a staff reporter for the Los Angeles Times and a freelance reporter for the New York Times.

She has a masters degree in religion from the University of Chicago, and a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University. She serves on the board of her family foundation, the Goldhirsh Foundation, as well as the Columbia Journalism School. Claire is a native Iowan and has been meditating since she was three years old.

UTOPIA is a riveting, astonishingly honest, ultimately life-affirming journey through the heartlands of consciousness, spirituality and Fairfield. Claire's gifts as a writer and storyteller are abundant and manifest, her observations manage to be fierce, gentle, discerning, and loving at the same time.

For those of us who grew up inside the bubble diagram, so to speak, committed to the high ideals of creating 'heaven on earth' in the cornfields of Iowa, hopeful of floating into the sunset of the age of enlightenment, there will be uncomfortable moments. Claire's organic magical realism peels the onion all the way back to the unified field and then some. Some passages had me wincing in embarrassed recognition, others made me laugh or shake my head, mostly at myself, others feel proud or sometimes sad in unexpected ways.

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THE WEEK THAT WAS

>>>Food For Thought
National Academies of Sciences Calls for Greater Transparency on GMOs
http://civileats.com/2016/05/18/national-academies-of-sciences-calls-for-greater-transparency-around-genetically-engineered-crops/
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Bayer's Monsanto Bid Plants Seed of Doubt
http://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2016-05-19/bayer-s-monsanto-bid-plants-seed-of-doubt

>>>Pick Your Poison
Fox News Poll: Clinton's negatives surpass Trump's
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/05/18/fox-news-poll-clintons-negatives-surpass-trumps.html
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Big Picture for Trump vs. Clinton? It’s All in the Framing
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/20/upshot/big-picture-with-trump-vs-clinton-is-all-in-the-framing.html

>>>A Neoconfusing Election
Neocon-Bashers Headline Koch Event as Political Realignment on Foreign Policy Continues
https://theintercept.com/2016/05/18/neocon-bashers-headline-koch-event-as-political-realignment-on-foreign-policy-continues/
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Robert Kagan: This is how fascism comes to America
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/this-is-how-fascism-comes-to-america/2016/05/17/c4e32c58-1c47-11e6-8c7b-6931e66333e7_story.html

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Chris Isaak: His First Album in Six Years

Chris Isaak: First Comes The Night

"Fans of the crooner needn't worry..... his flawed characters are still doing bad, bad things in the sexiest and slinkiest of tales, all swathed in Isaak's guitar-wrapped melodies." --Billboard Magazine


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