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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

"My Man is at Mincha and I'm at Home Singing The Blues"


Tuesday debuts a new afternoon feature : "My Man is at Mincha and I'm at Home Singing The Blues." Dedicated to the women of our community whose live-in male counterparts (of the husband-like varietal) disappear each day to make a Minyan (and sometimes don't re-appear until after many more than 3 stars are visible).

This morning at the end of Lorelai's "Morning Dew for the Morning Jew" show we heard almost an hour of "The Bluegrass Sessions" l'kavod our friend Shmuel Lysles, who loves bluegrass and we love him, so we oblige his request.

Today's Torah Schedule:

1pm - Rabbi Betzalel Phillip Edwards Series on the Piasetzner Rebbe's teachings on Conscious Community (repeats at 5:45pm)
2pm - Rabbi Sholom Brodt of Yeshiva Simchat Shlomo's Torah on Shlomo Carlebach's perspective on Education
5pm - Rabbi Chaim Richman on Parsha Shavua B'Shalach (repeats at 7:45pm)

Today's Music Schedule:

1:00 pm - 6pm : "Israeli Soul Afternoon" Starts with Rebbe Nachman's Tikkun HaKlali, and continues from about 2:20 - 5pm with our special "My Man is at Mincha and I'm at Home Singing The Blues." segment featuring music from Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Bobby Blue Bland, Ruth Brown, Elmore James and the Grateful Dead, and wraps up with Shlomo Katz's "Malei Olam" album.

6pm - "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Soundrack
7pm - Cream's Farewell Album "Goodbye" (1969)
8pm - Santana's "Dance of the Rainbow Serpent"
11pm - Bob Dylan's "Chasing a Shadow: Roxbury Music Festival" (2009)

... and then just to top it all off - more Bluegrass Music after Midnight - we're gonna let it all hang out!