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Wanna get right down to the bottom line for murrsic? Wanna enter through the level of zeroes and ones to the gritty base of rock's being? Then have I got a show for you. Eleven minutes of the Jefferson Airplane live doing 'Feel So Good'. Ten minutes of Cream doing 'N.S.U.'. Seventeen minutes of the Iron Butterfly doing the epic 'In A Gadda da Vida' (pictured- original album cover!) Thirteen minutes of The Allman Brothers Band doing 'In Memory of Elizabeth Reed'. Twenty five live minutes with The Grateful Dead having S P A C E. And not to be outdone, twenty minutes of Canned Heat doing 'Boogie Music'. Some live Stevie Winwood from Madison Square Garden, and more to come in future shows from that smokin' set. Get here for the first eight minutes..... Cool Breeze

What do an award-winning filmmaker, a Byron Katie facilitator, and a Jamiacan-inspired Soukus musician have in common? They are all appearing on PLANET ERSTWILD with host James Moore.

Phil GrabskyFirst hour, it's Phil Grabsky in studio, who is presenting two films in Fairfield on Friday, April 1st at the Sondheim Center at 4pm & 7:30pm. Phil's film career spans 25 years. His company is Seventh Art Productions. Phil’s cinema films include Muhammad Ali – Through the Eyes of the World, The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan, In Search of Mozart, Escape from Luanda, In Search of Beethoven and, most recently, The Boy Mir – 10 Years in Afghanistan.  Heavy Water: a Journey to Chernobyl was an Oscar-longlisted short documentary. Phil has also written four history books, including the best-seller The Great Commanders, and is regularly involved as a judge for the Emmys, Bafta, Grierson and One World awards.

At 3pm, it's Martha Creek, an ordained minister and Byron Katie facilitBinghimonator from Bugtussle, Kentucky, the legendary home of the Beverly Hillbillies, who is presenting a LOVING WHAT IS workshop Friday, April 1st at 7:30pm at Morning Star Studio (Also, Sat 9:30am-4:30pm). Martha travels all across the country giving workshops. Her website is marthacreek.net.

At 4pm, it's Patrick White aka Binghimon, who is bringing his shimmering, danceable soukus music to the Red Rock on Saturday, April 2nd at 10pm with his Binghi Boppa Band. including Jonnie Cohen and the Hurlin brothers. Good times never felt so good.

  • Fri
    Apr 01
    1:00 pm -
    2:00 pm
  • Mon
    Apr 04
    8:00 am -
    9:00 am

Kathy Brodsky on "The Winner Is..."

Children's book author, Kathy Brodsky, makes a visit to Writers' Voices this weThe Winner ISek. Her most recent book, "The Winner Is...", tells the humorous story of a dog who tries to be someone else in order to win a contest. Her other books include, "My Bent Tree", "The Inside Story", "Just Sniffing Around" and "Purrsnikitty". Having worked as a psychotherapist for almost 40 years, Kathy has a wealth of material to draw upon for her work.Mission Creek Festival 2011

Joseph Tiefenthaler will also be a guest on this Writers' Voices. He will be discussing the many literary events that are part of the Mission Creek Festival, currently happening in Iowa City. 

The Feed Store is the greatest part of my week. I strap in and fire it up with stories of my gloriously mis-spent youth in the great city of Fairfield. Stories of the Fairfield Drive-In, Scotti's and Mr. Quick's(the greatest hamburger stands ever), the Co-Ed, the Stever House, Pamida Gibson's, the old Hy-Vee. Tune in every week for more stories from the city's recent past. 

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" Lets go out walking, it's a shining and amazing time, my love..." So sayeth the bard that opens an all request show Thursday at 2 PM. Folks far and wide have written in and asked for songs to be played, and I am just the man for the job. This show is certain to be 'all killer, no filler'. I have Dr. John from the 1950's! He must have been a child prodigy. Alexi Murdoch brings 'Breathe', a solid example of tunesmithing, and quite relevant for todays mad, mad world. Also Lowell George, from his solo release. Brand X is my wild ride for the day. I have a song off of an old 45 rpm record someone gave me by a band called The Confederacy. If you know anything about this band, let me know, please. Stick around for songs by Eric Clapton, Alan Parsons, Fats Domino, and Bernard Herrmann. " Words are coming that have no meaning, never mind, and it's fine my love..." Ah, well, yes, I guess present company included.... The G Man

Liz Phair

 

WHITE CHOCOLATE SPACE EGG and EXIT IN GUYVILLE super grrrrrl Liz Phair is the subject of Mike Ragogna's epic series of continuing awesome friggin' interviews (pardon my french dressing).

The Chicago-based powerhouse talks about her latest release FUNSTYLE.

She is pure sunshine and a perfect foil to our Huffington Post contributor Mike. Do you wanna go "Bang Bang Bang Bang?"

  • Thu
    Mar 31
    11:00 am -
    12:00 pm
  • Sun
    Apr 03
    8:00 am -
    9:00 am

1965 part 2

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I'm still reviewing the music of 1965, alphabetically, from Alpert, Herb [pictured] to Walker, Junior [not pictured].

So many artists were at their peak, and didn't know it: The Animals' "Don't bring me down" (which introduced a fuzz guitar), Roger Miller's "Kansas City Star" (almost excessively funny), The Kinks' "Tired of waiting" (a brilliant song that every guy can relate to). Bob Dylan's "Ballad of a thin man" (which could've been written today), and Otis Redding's "I can't turn you loose" (which was the definition of soul).

All 20 songs are here: http://kruufm.com/node/10086

 

Thanks to everyone who enjoyed KRUU's Inaugural GREAT TASTE dinner broadcast at the Main Stay Inn last night! A big, warm-hearted tasty success.
Thanks, Steve Boss, Chef Mangal Tamang & his helpers, Kate & Barry Ross, Caleb Flynn, Pam Whitworth, and all those who won coveted spots at the table. Stay tuned for future cuisine-fests!
Next Wed, Apr 6th on GREAT TASTE at 7pm:
the amazing Lillian Busch & her magical cheesecake.
  • Thu
    Mar 31
    10:00 am -
    11:00 am

The Feed Store Thursday at 10am

Ferlin Husky arrives in Hawaii for vacation

 

Talking about the late and the great----last week we lost country legend Ferlin Husky. I'm spotlighting his rockin' side as the lovable character Simon Crum.

At the same time, my wife and I went to Green Bay, Wisconsin sunday night and saw the amazing amazing legend Ray Price in concert.

Tune in and hear all about it. 

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