Last week we ran out of time and finished halfway through Master Of Puppets.This week we will finish that up and play some of the best tracks from ...And Justice For All,that awful black album and everything that follows. So tune in saturdauy morning at 7 am for one of the greatest metal bands of all time.It'll be more fun than a barrell of dead babies
I am That. Thou art That. All This is Pirate Satellite. Saturday we'll hear songs from the CDs Sutra Spin; Freedom Star; Beautiful World; Wolf Song Night (mixed with an account of a near death experience); Opalescent; From Here to Tranquility and more. Magic Sound Fabric will remind us We Are All Connected. The Spice Barons will opine "the spice expands consciousness... expands consciousness".
Colonel Kurtz will tell us the Truth about judgement.
Have you ever thought about any real freedoms? Freedom from the opinions of others...even from the opinions of yourself? - Colonel Walter E. Kurtz
"Freedom" - my final sutra
Talk about musical safari, today on Planet Erstwild.
James Moore speaks with four artists across the spectrum:
Texas 16-year old blues/pop singer/songwriter pianist Scott Hoying,
New Age kirtan/bhajan artist Snatam Kaur & her Celebrate Peace Band,
Sarah Scott & Jonathan Kochmer of the Seattle-based Two Loons for Tea,
and the godmother of punk, German chanteuse Nina Hagen. who recently returned from Berlin where she and Elizabeth Kucinich attended a 5-year Iraq anniversary gathering.
[Rebroadcast Sunday at 10pm CST]
Welcome to March Madness, baby! It's college basketball's NCAA tounament- which means one of the Filmosophers hasn't been watching many movies. Thankfully, co-host Chris Busch has! Thanks to Chris, we've both seen Blade Runner - The Final Cut "Twenty-five years after the initial release of BLADE RUNNER, director
Ridley Scott uses archival footage to re-create his original vision for
the sci-fi classic. Based on a story by Philip K. Dick, the film is set
in Los Angeles in 2019."
We have reviews of the charming Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who, held over at the Co-Ed Theatre. Also opening in Fairfield, The Other Boleyn Girl.
The Filmosopher's DVD of the Week is Enchanted.
Sam: "She has no driver's license, no passports, and no records and I've
called every travel agency and none of them have ever heard of this
A Harvard-educated neurosurgeon reveals his experiences-in and out of the operating room-with apparitions, angels, exorcism, and after-death survival, and shares the lessons he learned.
A young burn victim remains in a coma until a ghost appears.
A doctor discovers he can predict when a patient will die.
A clinically dead patient later recounts extraordinary details about the private lives of her caregivers.
A physician needs the help of a Navajo shaman to exorcise the spirit of his dead patient.
These things really happened-and neurosurgeon Allan J. Hamilton was involved in every one of them, and many more. Based on thirty years of medical experience, The Scalpel and the Soul tells the unspoken stories behind remarkable patients and strange events, and shares the moral and spiritual lessons found in them.
This week--like last wk & the wk before, & for the next wk or more--from 9:00 to 10:00 PM, I'll be playing songs that are Beatlesque. But this wk, I'll be playing songs that are overtly, purposefully Beatlesque (i.e., they are intended to sound like actual Beatles songs). Click here to see the song playlist & to hear song samples.
Every Thursday from 10:00 to 10:30 PM, I play a set of comedy built on one or more themes. This week's theme is The Marx Bros.
From 10:30 to 11:00 PM, I'll play more overtly, purposefully Beatlesque songs. Enjoy!
A handheld espresso machine, a new blender with "to go" capabilities and more from Lisa Casey Weiss, Lifestyle Consultant for the International Housewares Association.
Also, more focus on Spring-Jere Gettle from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds will tell us what's happening in the Missouri Ozarks where he is building Bakersville, a pioneer village with a Mercantile, Apothecary, native stone oven, music barn, historic jail, a brick herb garden, and much more.
His heirloom seed catalog helped spawn an online forum that plays host to the largest heirloom gardening community on the Internet.
James Moore and Ari Berman talk about John McCain in Iraq while Dick Cheney simulataneously visits the war-torn country.
Ari Berman is a contributing writer for The Nation, covering national politics and the 2008 election, and an Investigative Journalism Fellow at The Nation Institute.
It's POLITICKIN WITH ARI BERMAN
every Monday at 1pm CST.
Frequent listeners of Tea Time Camaraderie might recognize the song we sometimes play called Concrete Dinosaur, a song created by our friend/brother Philip Rabalais, aka Porno Galactica. What you probably don't know is that our comrade from Tea Time Camaraderie, Dominic Rabalais, makes his own awesome electro music under the name Zap! Rowsdower. Porno and Zap! are fast-rising starlets on the Fairfield/Iowa City music scene, in fact, they recently played a hit show at Iowa City's Yacht Club last Tuesday night.
In conclusion, if you enjoy good music made by nice people, check out Tea Time Camaraderie Tuesday @ 5pm to hear history in the making.