The Grab Bag

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This week we heard artists including Mozart, of Montreal, Vulfpeck, and Claude Fontaine. “Coming Up”, Paul McCartney, McCartney II “Different Drum”, Stone Poneys and Linda Ronstadt, Evergreen, Vol. 2 “Uncertain Smile”, The The, Soul Mining “1612”, Vulfpeck, Fugue State “Marcel”, Her’s, Marcel “Cry For Another”, Claude Fontaine, Claude Fontaine “Baby”, Gal Costa and Caetano Veloso, […]

This week we heard music from artists including Gustav Holst, Madeleine Peyroux, The Kinks, Emitt Rhodes, and Kate Bush. “Conversation”, Joni Mitchell, Ladies of the Canyon “Dance Me To The End Of Love”, Madeleine Peyroux, Careless Love “Never Explain Love”, Al Jarreau, Do The Right Thing (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) “Denmark Street”, The Kinks, Lola […]

This week we enjoyed music from artists including Harry Styles, Édith Piaf, Rosanne Cash, and TV Girl. “Lost in the Supermarket”, The Clash, London Calling “The Ballad Of El Goodo”, Big Star, #1 Record “Looking For Clues”, Robert Palmer, Clues “Passionate Kisses”, Lucinda Williams, Lucinda Williams “Sunflower, Vol. 6”, Harry Styles, Fine Line “Birds Dont […]

During this show, we heard music from artists including Jenna Thomas, of Montreal, Cory Wong, and Mahler. “Something from That World”, The Humble Cheaters, The Humble Cheaters “Today”, Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic Pillow “Things for Someday”, Jenna Thomas, Stellar “Tout oublier”, Angèle and Roméo Elvis, Brol “Making Plans for Nigel”, XTC, Drums and Wires “Limited World”, […]

This week we heard music from the likes of Eric Whitacre, The Velvet Underground, The Bonnevilles, and Tedeschi Trucks Band.

This week we returned live to the airwaves with music by artists including Debussy, The Dip, Miniature Tigers, and Paul McCartney.

This week we heard music from artists including Franz Schubert, The Humble Cheaters, Little Richard, and Camera Obscura.

This week we listened to artists including T. Rex, the Kinks, Belle & Sebastian, and Pink Martini.

In this week’s show, prerecorded due to coronavirus closures, we’ll hear artists including Iggy Pop, Édith Piaf, Peter and Gordon, and Linda Ronstadt.

After a truly exhausting week, we listened to artists including Jimi Hendrix, Benjamin Britten, Etta James, and Melt. What a month these last three days have been.


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