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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

It's back to "regular" Tuesday programming. Let's make it not so regular, shall we?

That's right, Tuesday is upon us. Not Yom Yerushalayim. Not Shavuot. Just Tuesday.
And you know the drill, Lorelai driving the daytime bus - Final/Vinyl, Israeli Soul Afternoon, and then at 7:00 - The Homegrown Hour, 8:30 - Newgrass/Bluegrass and at 10, "That's Rock and Roll."  Good lineup. Sure to be great music. You can't beat that, can you?

Well, we're going to spice this great schedule up a bit, so it's goin' to go like this!
pause. Ok. We didn't plan on Ray Manzarek (Doors original keyboard player)'s death.  But Lorelai's got that under control.  Doors and more all morning in honor of Ray, OBM.  And I'm sure that Steve will do something during the 10:00 show in tribute as well.  But....

Our spices for tonight come in two flavors.
1) A Fistful of Mercy. That's what you get when you mix Ben Harper, Joseph Arthur and Dhani Harrison (yep, George's son) together?  What does it sound like?  Listen after 10, and you might just find out!!!

2)  The Rolling Stones.  In honor of their going on tour, we're going to play a "blues" album recorded by the Stones at Chess Records in 1964.  Bet you didn't know the Stones recorded a blues album at Chess Records in 1964, did you?

Now, this doesn't mean we aren't going to play all sorts of other great stuff, all night long, but for you lovers of a litttle extra spice, you better tune in!!!!

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