“Jessica’s Jukebox” playlist 9/28/10

Take It Easy – The Eagles
Babylon – David Gray
Round Here – Counting Crows
Dreams – The Cranberries
Bye, Bye Baby – Big Brother & the Holding Company
Prodigal Daughter (Cotton-Eyed Joe) – Michelle Shocked
Angel From Montgomery – Bonnie Rait
The Sound of Sunshine – Michael Franti & Spearhead
We Go Together – From the “Grease” Soundtrack
Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
A Hard Day’s Night – The Beatles
C’mon C’mon – Sheryl Crow
Brother John – Blues Traveler
Pretty Pink Ribbon – Cake
I’ve Got a Theory – From “Once More, With Feeling” (The Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical)
Lollipop (Candyman) – Aqua
Anything You Want (Not That) – Belleruche

Give Peace a Chance – John Lennon
Fire It Up – Modest Mouse
Daughter – Pearl Jam
A Punk – Vampire Weekend
Broken Whiskey Glass – Jason Ringenberg & The Woodbox Gang
Kashmir – Led Zeppelin
Pants! – Diego’s Umbrella

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Whirled Peas Café Radio Playlist: Sept 27th, 2010

Musical Comfort Food with a World of Spice

Special Guests from the Prison Sangha Buddhist Group, an outreach of the Shawnee Dharma Group, Randy Osborn and Scott Rogers picked out the first nine songs on the list. I deem that comfort food for most of our listeners. We will have to have them back again for some more turns of the mixer. Most of the callers were interested in what they had to say. And they had plenty to tell us about their experiences in mediation and Buddhism and volunteer work at the prison. To become a volunteer and/or find out more about the program, contact Randy Osborn <randiwickoz(at)yahoo.com> or 925-3403 and Scott Rogers <dharmavet(at)yahoo.com or 534-3880 .

For myself, I think I could have done another whole show just questioning them on Lama Chuck’s Tibetan Buddhist course for prison inmates. Shawnee Dharma Group shares some real estate space as well as cyberspace with the SIU Student Fellowship and  Sunyata Center. The Sunyata Center has a line up of nation lecturers from a variety of Buddhist schools and traditions.

James is on hiatus. So I got in an extra half hour of music before the premiere of Big Muddy News Radio in their new time slot. James will return with Dude, Where’s My Coffee in a couple of weeks…and hopefully it won’t take that long for my voice to return. Thank you all for your listening patience on that score.

  1. Born at the Right Time/Paul Simon
  2. Candy Mountain/Harry McClintock
  3. Wild Bill Jones/Allision Krauss
  4. Just Like You/Keb’Mo’
  5. Get Up Stand Up/Bob Marley
  6. 20th Century Man/Kinks
  7. Bottomlands/Wil Maring
  8. Inner City Blues/Marvin Gaye
  9. Thrill is Gone/BB King
  10. No Corras Tanto/el Combolinga
  11. Que Las Noches Sean Son/el Combolinga
  12. el Viaje de Said/el Combolinga
  13. So Much Grace/Allison Sattinger
  14. Cripple Creek Ferry/Neil Young
  15. BlackBird/Sarah McLachlan
  16. Across the Universe/Rufus Wainwright
  17. Lisbon/Carmen Souza
  18. Colour Me Life/Katchafire
  19. Love Letter/Katchafire
  20. Get Away/Katchafire
  21. Broke My Baby’s Heart/Hazmat Modine
  22. Cay’s Crays/Fat Freddys Drop
  23. Roady/Fat Freddys Drop

One seriously cool DJ!

Nothing fazes this guy, not even a fire in the booth!

I’m just guessing, but I’d translate the video as something like: “It’s our 2010 Fall Membership Drive! We’re awfully close to reaching our $12,000 goal now, so please call and make your pledge right away. Memberships start at $10– the stickers seem to have been claimed in a bush fire that has broken out behind me, but if you’d like a lump of charred plastic that used to be a coffee mug, you can claim it for just $50!”

Covering “He Said/She Said” w/ DJ Mo, 9/25/10

DJ Mo, occasional co-host of “It’s Too Damn Early” since birth, is covering “He Said/She Said” tonight! She’s got a great mix of synthpop music to share with you– and seriously– how many kids want to turn you on to New Order or Ultravox? Be sure to call in your pledge, too!

Ultravox — New Europeans
New Musik — This World of Water
DAF — Der Mussolini
The Alan Parsons Project — I Robot
A-Ha — Take On Me
Hot Chip — And I Was A Boy From School
Gary Numan — Conversation
Brite Futures — Sophisticated Sideways Ponytail (Extended Mix)

Fad Gadget — Lady Shave
Soft Cell — Tainted Love
Kraftwerk — The Robots
The Normal — Warm Leatherette
Grace Jones — Corporate Cannibal

Thomas Dolby — One of Our Submarines Is Missing
Human League — Don’t You Want Me Baby
David Bowie — Life On Mars
Naked Eyes — Voices In My Head
Ultravox — Dancing With Tears in My Eyes
New Order — Blue Monday
Hurts — Wonderful Life

Yazoo — Happy People
Brite Futures — Confections
Soft Cell — Bedsitter
Giorgio Morodor, Limahl — Theme From “Neverending Story”

He Said She Said

Hello! He Said She Said will be covered tonight by DJ Mo and guest Dave X. I hate to miss one of my Saturday nights, but I’ll be getting my live music fix out at Riverside Park in Murphy for a little Pokey LaFarge and Neighborhood Co-Op picnicking! Brad has next Saturday night with his own mix of independent music fun. Miss Heather returns on October 9th with a full hour of Western Swing, among other delicious tidbits.

Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three

Me and my synthpop will see you downtown!

Tonight’s episode of “He Said/She Said” is being covered by none other than DJ Mo– it’s her first time manning the controls, so be sure to call up and let her know how she’s doing! I happen to know that she has a kick-ass set of synthpop goodness at the ready– it’s going to be a great show! Tune in today from 8-10 p.m., and don’t forget to make a pledge, too!