1. "Rotten Love"- by Levy from Rotten Love

2. "Please, Please, Please"- by Shout Out Louds from Howl Howl Gaff Gaff

3. "Emily"- by Goldspot from And The Elephant Is Dancing

4. "Obviously Cold"- by The Answering Machine from Another City, Another Sorry

5. "Beach Baby"- by Miracle Fortress from Five Roses

6. "All The Wine"- by The National from Alligator

7. "Christians In Black"- by Rogue Wave from Asleep At Heaven's Gate

8. "Liar"- by Built To Spill from You In Reverse

9. "Consequence"- by The Notwist from Neon Golden

10. "Honest"- by The Long Winters from Putting The Days To Bed

11. "The Dreaming Moon"- by The Magnetic Fields from Get Lost

12. "Magic Beans And Truth Machines"- by Say Hi from The Wishes And The

13. "Re: Stacks"- by Bon Iver from For Emma, Forever Ago

Saturday morning we'll take The Crossing with Tacit Blue. Then we'll be Going Inland with Steve Roach & Robert Rich, from Soma. We'll hear from Heavens, by The Murgatroyd Trio- Heavens to Murgatroyd! We'll go In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country, with the Scottish duo Boards Of Canada; visit Knuddelmaus from Far Away Trains Passing By with Germany's Ulrich Schnauss. England's Jon Hopkins will play Cold Out There (you think?), from Opalescent. We'll visit Tranquility Base; hear the Pirate Satellite Waking Life mix of Magic Sound Fabric's Dimension Shift. Hear the Phutureprimitive Symbiotic remix of Bluetech's Oleander; experience Twilight In The Opal Atrium with Yuminale and more. All with Pirate Satellite.




When Garry Trudeau used the phrase "a gallstone of a decade" in Doonesbury, he was referring to the 70's, but I think this past decade fulfills that description much more accurately: the best thing you can say about it is that it passed.

It was "The Aughts", a decade in which a lot of things didn't get done that 'ought' to have been and waaaay too many things were done that shouldn't had oughta. All right, move along, nothing to see here...

A salute to the New Year to kick off the first I.W.H. of 2010.

Tuesday 1/5/10 8-10 PM

REBROADCAST Friday Midnight after P5K

g MaNI went to the public library the other day, and I found a whole bunch of brand new cd's they had purchased, and gol durn it, some of them turned out to be great. I am going to play a selection from Rodney Crowell off a disc called Sex and Gasoline. I also found a new cd by Marshall Crenshaw called Jaggedland, and we will hear the title track. Madeleine Peyroux has released a fine bluesy disc called Bare Bones, and I am playing the first song called 'Instead'. I have a two song mini set from Tom Petty, and a three song mini set from Jackson Browne. Saw him in concert in Des Moines, and it was very compelling. Instrumental tracks from Leo Kottke and George Harrison will punctuate each hour. And I am leading off the show with perhaps the sappiest song I have ever played in my life! One point nine hours of solid rock and roll will ensue. I guarantee it. If you want your satisfaction gare-un-teed, turn your radio on....The G Man

Sandstorm by Darude50 CentWe'd like to know your favorite dance songs of the 2000's.
We're planning to have 2 shows later this month on the StevieMix Dance Hour, Fridays 9PM-10PM to play the top dance songs from the past decade. You can post your suggestions/comments right here by commenting on this blog.

Songs should be those that you can't resist getting on the floor and dancing to and must have been released between 2000 and 2009. They can be in any genre except Polka and Waltz (sorry fans of those genres but we're aiming more for music you'd dance to in a typical club). We have quite a few candidates from artists like Darude, 50 Cent, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Usher, Rihanna, Gorillaz,Bass Attack,Bodyrox,Justice and more. We'll probably have categories like hip-hop,pop/remixes,house/electro house,techno and others.

allmanbrosSEE BELOW FOR PLAYLIST LINK. On this week's show, DJ Andy Bargerstock offers two new concoctions from his musical library. You will hear two 3-song mixes based on classicrescues songs: "Dreams" by Allman Brothers (photo) and "Variations on a Theme by Erik Satie" by Blood Sweat & Tears. Tune in early to hear!

Rabbi Abraham Cooper is the associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish Human Rights organization he helped found in 1977. For over three decades, Rabbi Cooper has overseen the Wiesenthal Center’s international social agenda ranging from worldwide anti-semitism, Nazi war crimes and Restitution, to extremist groups and tolerance education. Rabbi Cooper'S editorials have appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Toronto Star, Le Monde and the Japan Times.

Reverend Irene Monroe is the Coordinator of the African American Roundtable of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion, a Huffington Post blogger, and a syndicated religion columnist. Reverend Monroe is a graduate of Wellesley College and Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University, and served as a pastor at an African-American church before coming to Harvard Divinity School for her doctorate as a Ford Fellow. Monroe has been profiled in O, Oprah Magazine.

DJ Hum With Nose WarmerTwo years ago I had my first radio show on
KRUU! I confess, I was so nervous I just played an hour of music with breaks on the quarter hours to read off the song listings and the station ID. In 2009 I interviewed 31 artists live and over the phone. 

Join me as I play songs from the artists interviewed in 2009 - a look back at the great music from the show last year!

Here's to a music-filled new decade!  Every Tuesday from 9-10am Central!

Stephen CoveyWriters' Voices will be reairing our interview with Stephen Covey this Friday, January 1, at 1pm Central. You can listen to the interview anytime at www.writersvoices.com.

Monica Hadley
and Chamaigne Montana talk with Dr. Stephen Covey about his rare visit to Fairfield to give a free lecture at the Sondheim Center on November 20, 2009. Dr. Covey wrote his latest book, “Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times” in response to our current economic situation. Dr. Covey’s previous book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," has been named the #1 most influential business book of the Twentieth Century.

Monk's manner was idiosyncratic. Visually, he was renowned for his distinctively "hip" sartorial style in suits, hats and sunglasses. He was also noted for the fact that at times, while the other musicians in the band continued playing, he would stop, stand up from the keyboard and dance for a few moments before returning to the piano. One of his regular dances consisted of continuously turning in a counterclockwise fashion, which has drawn comparisons to ring-shout and Sufi whirling.

Sunday night January 3rd 2010
Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p
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