Dear brothers and sisters, anyone awake;
Iah moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to perform
This week: psalms chant and the thunder of Iohn the epistle of.
Black Matthew 15 and the Coptic view, psalms out.
Tonite all new LIVE on Soul Product We will have the best of Notorious B.I.G. and pay tribute as one of the best and most influential MC's in hip hop..
Tune in to hear some classics you may have heard.
Or some older tracks that you may have forgot about...
A full hour of the legend that is Biggie Smalls..
Tune in tonite from 8PM-9PM CST-Sat, January,17th, 2009
Saturday morning we'll feature the music of Kaya Project.
Following the release of two highly successful albums, 'walking through' and 'elixir', Interchill records presents the third kaya project album '...and so it goes'. the collaborative project of seb taylor (shakta, hibernation, digitalis, angel tears) and natasha chamberlain, kaya project once again weaves a spellbinding tale of journeys to the furthest reaches of the planet.
Kaya Project, featured artists on Pirate Satellite.
We'll post the playlist afterward.
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A story about friendship, life and adventures take center stage as Betty L. McLane-Iles creates a book that will surely inspire you. Dieppe Crossing takes you to the days of the resistance and retribution of the Spanish Civil War, the French Resistance, and the Occupation of France and back toward the present
Betty McLane-Iles has een a Professor of French at Truman State University in northeast Missouri since 1982. She works on historical biography and fiction, frequently in partnership with her husband, Lawrence Irvine Iles, a British historian and Labour politician. Her perspective on art and life has been strongly influenced by her congressional service, travels, teaching, community and union activism, and by the progressive humanitarian principles of the European and Quebecois women leaders she has known.
Mclane-Iles is both an educator and a writer of essays, fiction, and drama. Her published writings include Uprooting and Integration, The Last Duchess, and Dieppe Crossing.
It's the Filmosophers.
Where we give our filmosophy on the movies and have filmosophical discussions.
Friday Big Al Green and Burt Chojnowski join Bruce in the studio. We'll have reviews of the documentary Man On Wire.
Burt will give us his fave films of '08; what he's anticipating in the coming year, alert us of any local film activity and perhaps tell us about a gem or two many film fans may be unaware of.
Movie talk. Friday 12:30
"It's impossible, that's sure. So let's start working." ~ Philippe Petit
Pulling deeply from the dusty rack, DJ Andy Bargerstock unveils the music of 1999 super-fringe group, Eurphoria (photos), featuring Geddy Lee (Rush), Roy Babbington (Soft Machine), Anne Dudley (Art of Noise), and gospel singer Juliette Roberts. However, it was Toronto guitarist Ken Ramm who led the way with his curious blend of oozing, loopy slide guitar. Later, in 2004 they released CD Precious Way with Tina Dico (former Zero 7 songstress). After launching this week's show with three tracks from this fringe classic, DJ Andy goes retro with Nick Drake, Eddie Vedder and "Norwegian Wood" from The Beatles Chillout Classic CD.
You will hear a curious blend of female singer-songwriters including SF's Loquat, NYC's Jaymay, and Denmark's Tina Dico from her Notes CD. In the chill-out segment, you will drift away on the ethereal sounds of Italy's The Dining Rooms, Ben Cox's Eno-like "Oh Water", and a new endorphin-producing band called Supreme Beings of Leisure. Late in the show, the Cowboy Junkies return for an encore! Encore??? Isn't every week of Fringe Toast like the encore you hope that never ends? Tune in and let the bliss flow.
"Grub Street" Associate Editor Aileen Gallagher visits with Steve, Kathy, and Pam on the next KRUU food experience.
Check out New York magazine's food blog at: http://nymag.com/daily/food/
for a daily dose of the Big Apple's slice on eating. We'll feature two recipes from the mag so drop on by for a taste!
7-8 PM Wednesday at the KRUU Gourmet Food Studio-- It's Great Taste
Rebro 7am Friday
The G Man, and Samuel Silas Maximus Garles, will be in studio Thursday from 2-4PM, both with new music they have been listening to, and stories to tell about it.
Calexico, The Fireman, The Chesterfield Kings, Galactic, Drive By Truckers, Dead Meadow, T Bone Burnett, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Black Keys, Nic Armstrong, Interview, and more......
warm up with some hot new music on a chilly day!