The Winter Solstice and Midwinter Celebration
Original Tunes, Creative Commons and MORE
Sunday Night December 21, 2008
3 Hours Beginning @ 11/10c
~Summertime is Coming~
Dear listeners; This week psalms and reasonings for a Holy season in the midst of treason and every evil pogrom the deceivers of us can concoct to commercially religiously and economically rape us and say their not !
What can wash away my Sin ? / Nothing like the blood of Iesus.
What can make me Holy again ? / Nothing like the blood of Iesus.
Oh, precious is Thy flow / That makes me white as snow
No other fount I know / Nothing like the blood of Iesus !
Love again and again, same as before, open your Door... Bro. Ioel
Soul Product is all new this week!
and will feature 52 minutes of solid, classic underground tones and soul to suit your fancy.
We dug deep into the vault of our older shows from when it originally aired on Friday Nites..
Tune in for a fat solid hour of kick and snares to get your neck crackin'!
Artists this week include:
A TRIBE CALLED QUEST
Yo Ho Ho
awayTEAM remixes The Christmas Waltz
Bent remixes Bing
Sergio Mendes sings one refrain
Shane's 3 Kings
King Kooba's Christmas Tree
Pleasant Grove, from a prairie town in Texas; Nickel Creek's brilliant...; The Gypsy Hombres; Blind Boys of Alabama hauntingly mixed with Michael Franti. Jean Beovoir's arena rock masterpiece and more.
We'll post the playlist afterward
~And Grace Will Lead Me Home~
Get into the spirit of the season this Friday, December 19, 2008 by listening to A Reasonable Alternativity Holiday Show. We'll tell you who has been naughty and who has been nice this year, and also play some alternative holiday rock, such as The Killers "Don't Shoot Me Santa", and Fiona Apple's rendition of "Frosty the Snowman". If we run out of tunes, Michael and Matt will start singing Christmas carols, so feel free to call in requests. You better watch out, you better think twice, and you better tune in from 8 to 9 PM this Friday, December 19th!
Sharon Rexroth, author and former Mrs. Iowa 1981, was looking for a book about Iowa to read to her grandchildren. She wanted a book that would be fun and informative. She decided to write the book herself. So named for its narration by Iowa's State Bird who takes us on a tour, Iowa From the Sky was so popular that it sold out in two months. Since then, four other books have been written, and plans are in the works to do all 50 states!
Tune into Writers' Voices this Friday, December 19, to hear why Sharon Rexroth was inspired to include Bethlehem from the Sky. This collection is a delightful, rhyming tour of the geography, history, people, and resources of each state. Illustrated by original watercolors, these books are as beautiful as they are informative.
We'll share our ideas for yummy holiday party food when you tune into
GREAT TASTE tonight or for our encore performance Friday morning 8-9 AM.
Don't miss the fun and good eats!
KRUU's unique food show where we're always Cooking in the Studio.
One of rock music's most successful acts, Pink Floyd, has sold over 210 million albums worldwide. In their heyday, DJ Andy Bargerstock attended six of their live concert performances. His passion is revealed through his remixes of two vintage Floyd classics, both rarely heard these days. This music will send you on a mystical journey.
(<---- Pink Floyd's Meddle album)
You will delight in the remixes of two early Pink Floyd masterpieces, "The Atom Heart Mother Suite" (1970) and "Echoes" (from Meddle LP, 1971).
Listening to the Movies this week contrasts the remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still score by Tyler Bates with the unmatched original Robert Wise 1951 classic score of Bernard Herrmann. After 57 years, the original film has lost none of its power to inspire with its message that Earth should not resort to nuclear weapons and war but rather civilization advance itself beyond it's petty squabbles. Advanced civilizations in the universe don't like the war like vibes coming from Earth.