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Episode Archive

La Ruleta FRIDAY NITE

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Fri, 08/08/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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La Ruleta FRIDAY NITE
Where will La Ruleta stop?; what will it be?, find out this Friday 8-10 pm, and after that, Radio Lost and Found and The Outside World...

Freeks n' Deeks

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Fri, 06/27/2014 - 3:00am - 5:30am
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DJs Thurston Hungar and Slamantha Foxx stop, collaborate, and invite you to listen.
The DJ is a person in your neighborhood. When two get together, the listener benefits and the whole community prospers.

All this summer, DJs Thurston Hungar and Slamantha Foxx roll through KBOO every other Friday to bring the sounds that make you think, smile, dance, weep; that move you in your mind, heart, soul, and booty.

Puppet Radio Theater Episode Two

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Mon, 04/07/2014 - 10:00pm - 11:00pm
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Puppet Radio Theater Episode Two
The puppets are back at KBOO! This time Floyd shows off a hidden talent, Lucky is the voice of reason and Hazel's big surprise wrecks havoc in the studio.

CHANGEABLE BULBS : A new bi weekly program

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Fri, 10/18/2013 - 3:00am - 5:30am
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Eclectedelic Funky Music and Collage

A Categorized Program Not on 02/22/13

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Fri, 02/22/2013 - 2:00am - 5:30am
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did someone leave the record on?

Hosted by: NoMad

NoMad's back with his eclectic late-night mix of music. Here's the basic run-down:

HOUR 1: experimental mix

HOURS 2-3: dancin' & chillin'

FINAL HALF HOUR: Folk-ish

 

Playlist can be found on NoMad's blog here: http://pdxdjnomad.tumblr.com/post/44454572224/playlist-and-notes-for-2-22-13

A Categorized Program Not on 01/25/13

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Fri, 01/25/2013 - 2:00am - 5:30am
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Late night radio

Tune in late night for weird sounds and music...

A Categorized Program Not on 11/23/12

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Fri, 11/23/2012 - 2:00am - 5:30am
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Post-Thanksgiving/pre-Black Friday musicfest extravaganza
NoMad set 11-23-12

Tune in tonight for an experimental block of music played by your favorite tryptophaniac, DJ NoMad. And by "experimental" we mean no one knows what you're going to hear. But since it is Black Friday, there may be a song or two about the commercialization of the holday season. Join NoMad for his post-Thanksgiving, pre-Black Friday musicfest extravaganza!

PLAYLIST & blog: http://pdxdjnomad.tumblr.com/post/37026853684/playlist-and-notes-for-11-23-12

A Categorized Program Not on 11/19/11

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Sat, 11/19/2011 - 12:00am - 3:00am
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Starlight Hotel hosted by Dr. Zomb

"Starlight Hotel"      The Starlight Hotel's concierge, Dr. Zomb, invites you to check in and bask in

the unlikely and improbable comfort of impromptu improvised impetuous programming that is the Starlight

Hotel...    we know what you need after midnight...    reasonable rates...

 

feel free to call the concierge's desk at 503 231 8187

A Categorized Program Not on 09/07/11

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Wed, 09/07/2011 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Washington County: How to Make Cycling Work in the Suburbs and Beyond

This month we explore what it takes to bring cycling to the suburbs by looking at Washington County, our suburban neighbor to the west. While Portland likes to ring it's proverbial bike bell for being bike friendly, we'll be talking to Hal Ballard, Executive Director at the Washington County Transportation Coalition, Heather McCarey, Executive Director of the Westside Transportation Alliance and Will Vanlue, grass roots cycling advocate from Tigard about making new places for cycling in the daunting landscape of the suburbs.

A Categorized Program Not on 05/31/11

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Tue, 05/31/2011 - 6:15am
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What you don't know can't hurt the Oregonian. Abe and Joe look at the paper's new online partnership

Like newspapers everywhere, the Oregonian is struggling to find a place in the new world of digital media. Its new online Oregon News Network pairs it with a set of independent partners to generate locally-based reporting -- including the Cascade Policy Institute, a libertarian think tank. The CPI has championed, among other things, privatizing public education and Social Security, as well as abolishing the minimum wage in favor of a new (and lower) "training wage."

Abe and Joe discuss the relative merits of the Oregonian's new online model, and whether it's a good idea for it to use radical "news" outlets like CPI.

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Left and The Law: Prosecuting Rapists

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Mon, 08/11/2014
Our Legal Moles Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken discuss the use of "rape kits" for collecting substances from the victim in in order to identify the assailant.  Though they can be experienced as invasive, they nevertheless can prevent sending the wrong man to prison -- and have done so.  

Kristian Williams on police informants and security culture for organizers

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Mon, 08/04/2014
Bill Resnick talks with local police scholar Kristian Williams about the dangers of police infiltration of radical social movements, connecting this to State practices for manufacturing terrorists it takes the credit for exposing. Kristian describes the range of ways that police surveil, manipulate, or disrupt organizations. They consider what makes a person vulnerable for being targeted by police, and Kristian also talks about beating back paranoia by learning to trust in our reasonable precautions. They also talk about his recent work for DCSC, a group-blog devoted to "thinking critically about security, surveillance, and counterinsurgency".

Kristian Williams is the author of "Our Enemies in Blue: Police and Power in America", "American Methods: Torture and the Logic of Domination", and "Hurt: Notes on Torture in a Modern Democracy". His work has appeared in Clamor, Counterpunch, the Monthly Review, Toward Freedom, and In These Times.
  • Genre: Other
  • Length: 20:56 minutes (19.17 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

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Tue, 07/01/2014
Christopher Francisco is in New Mexico. He spoke recently with Shannon Hoshnic, Prevention Educator/Administrative Assistant and Cheryl A. Eaton, Rural Coordinator and Sexual Assault Advocate for Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico.

The primary purpose of Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico is to meet the needs of the sexual assault survivor by providing free, immediate, compassionate, culturally sensitive, and comprehensive services. Cheryl works on the Jicarilla reservation and the Crownpoint District of the Navajo reservation. She coordinates presentations with Shannon on domestic violence, stalking, child abuse, and sexual assault in Indian Country. Their listeners are Law Enforcement, Behavioral Health, Clinics, victim service organizations, Youth departments, etc…in the communities of Dulce and Crownpoint.

Cheryl says "I want every one of you to think about all the women you know. Now, consider that one of every three American Indian women in their lifetime has been raped or has experienced an attempted rape, according to the Justice Department, the rate of sexual assault is more than twice the national average for Native women. Sexual violence against Native women is one of the most devastating threats to contemporary Indigenous culture."

Their goal is to decrease incidences of sexual assault and rape in the rural communities by developing education and prevention strategies directed toward preventing child, youth and adult sexual assault.

Discussion About Reproductive Rights, Justice and Equity with members of We Are BRAVE

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Mon, 06/23/2014
Jan Haaken talks with Shantae Johnson and Diego Hernandez of We Are BRAVE (Building Reproductive Autonomy and Voices for Equity), about the fight for reproductive rights and justice for everyone. They do so in light of the new, widely acclaimed movie "Obvious Child", which portrays the process of navigating an unwanted pregnancy as a romantic comedy. They focus though on the work of We Are BRAVE, a project of the Western States Center devoted to reproductive rights and justice for women of color, stressing that abortion isn't the only issue.
  • Title: BRAVE
  • Length: 13:03 minutes (5.23 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Mono 22kHz 56Kbps (CBR)

Portland Rose Festival and Protest

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Wed, 05/28/2014
Portland’s annual rose festival kicks off this weekend with parades and festivals.
For more, KBOO’s Susan Cecil spoke with Rich Jarvis of Portland Rose Festival.
He began by talking about this weekend’s events.
 
The rose festival will continue for the next two weeks.
In the lead-up to the grand floral parade, houseless advocates are calling for a tent-in protest to draw attention to the fact that the city allows street camping on the night before the floral parade to secure a viewing spot, but will not allow it any other night of the year for people who are trying to survive.

Founder of Tennessee Hemp Industries Association on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

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Sat, 05/10/2014
This week, Christopher Francisco speaks with Colleen Sauve, the Founder of the Tennessee Hemp Industries Association about the benefits of industrial hemp.
Found out more about the Tennesse Hemp Industries Association here.

Dine'-a-la' ashla'ii / Humans Beings with 5 Fingers is a podcast produced by Christopher Francisco.
Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humanswithfivefingers
Our theme song is Freedom Reigns by Kooper Indigenize Curley. Listen to his music here.
Our Mission is:
To bring you the voices of Dine'tah—to create a shared vision for the world we want to live in.
And inform and inspire YOU into action.
“You are the change you've been waiting for”.

Louise Benally on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

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Tue, 04/29/2014
Welcome to the third episode of Dine' a-la' ashla'ii Radio Podcast! We interviewed Louise Benally about her activism in the Big Mountain community and beyond, fighting for clean water, clean air, and alterntive energy.

Dine'-a-la' ashla'ii / Humans Beings with 5 Fingers is a podcast produced by Christopher Francisco.

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humanswithfivefingers

Our Mission is:

To bring you the voices of Dine'tah—to create a shared vision for the world we want to live in.

And inform and inspire YOU into action.

“You are the change you've been waiting for”.

The Corn Party on Human Beings with 5 Fingers

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Thu, 04/17/2014
Welcome to the second episode of Dine' a-la' ashla'ii Radio Podcast! We interviewed The Navajo Corn Party about the upcoming November election.

"The Corn Party is for the next Generation. We are going to change the direction of our Navajo Nation. We have the desire and the will to effect change."

Dine'-a-la' ashla'ii / Humans Beings with 5 Fingers is a podcast produced by Christopher Francisco.

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humanswithfivefingers

Our Mission is:

To bring you the voices of Dine'tah—to create a shared vision for the world we want to live in.

And inform and inspire YOU into action.

“You are the change you've been waiting for”.

Ear To The Streets of Portland

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Thu, 04/17/2014
‘Ear To The Streets Of Portland’ is a dynamic broadcast with a mix of music and conversations focusing on organizers and Black/African Portlanders around building community. Tune into the next installment of Ear To The Streets Of Portland with music and conversations featuring: Michael Hicks of ‘Black Rose Books’ and the creator of the upcoming Portland Natural Hair Expo in May. RIGHT HERE on your community radio station 90.7fm Portland or on-line at K-B-O-O.fm

 

a On The Ground production
Intro music by KBOO volunteer Robert Fisher

  • Length: 37:32 minutes (34.36 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Ear To The Streets Of Portland

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Thu, 04/03/2014

Tune-in to ‘Ear To The Streets of Portland’. This program will have conversations around organizing in the Black/African community in Portland and surrounding areas in Oregon. This broadcast will feature: Center for Self-Improvement, Moorish Science Temple, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party, and Par-Anhk Community. 

What do you want to know about these organizations?  What work is taking place to confront the issues and needs of Black/African people?  And what is the future of this community and the role the organizations play?  Click in to listen:

 

introduction music by: KBOO volunteer Robert Fisher

This is a On The Ground collective production


Playlists

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 09/08/2014

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09/08/2014
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Fred FrithHello MusicGuitar SolosVirgin
Fred FrithGlass c/w SteelGuitar SolosVirgin
Fred FrithGhostsGuitar SolosVirgin
Fred FrithOut of Their HeadsGuitar SolosVirgin
Fred FrithLive in JapanRecommended Records

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 09/06/2014

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09/06/2014
ArtistTitle
Joann CastleHonky tonk town
Rose MaddoxSomebody told me
Razzy BayleyMidnight Hauler
Johnny CashCome In Stranger
TE FordSunday Barbeque
Johnny BondBirmingham Jail
KC DouglasMercury Boogie
Hawkshaw HawkinsDog house boogie
Hank WilliamsHonky Tonkin
Red FoleyTennessee Saturday night
Bob WillsFaded Love
Johnny BondOut on the open range
Spade CooleyYodeling Polka
Hank PennyIm gonna change things
Bonnie OwensNumber one heel
Hank SnowI dont hurt anymore
Homer & JethroBattle of Kookamonga
Barara CecilSomeday Soon
Jerry ReedKoko Joe
Roger MillerYou dont want my love
Red FoleyFreight train Boogie
Merle TravisMerles boogie woogie
Tex WilliamsSmoke smoke smoke
Kip CochrenTakin pictures with my mind
Jim ReevesMexican Joe
Dottie WestCountry sunshine
Jimmy DickensDoggone it
Don WilliamsSome broken hearts never mend
Evelyn WilliamsStraighten up & fly right
Del ReevesPhilladelphia Phillies

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 09/06/2014

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09/06/2014
ArtistTitle
Joann CastleHonky tonk town
Rose MaddoxSomebody told me
Razzy BayleyMidnight Hauler
Johnny CashCome In Stranger
TE FordSunday Barbeque
Johnny BondBirmingham Jail
KC DouglasMercury Boogie
Hawkshaw HawkinsDog house boogie
Hank WilliamsHonky Tonkin
Red FoleyTennessee Saturday night
Bob WillsFaded Love
Johnny BondOut on the open range
Spade CooleyYodeling Polka
Hank PennyIm gonna change things
Bonnie OwensNumber one heel
Hank SnowI dont hurt anymore
Homer & JethroBattle of Kookamonga
Barara CecilSomeday Soon
Jerry ReedKoko Joe
Roger MillerYou dont want my love
Red FoleyFreight train Boogie
Merle TravisMerles boogie woogie
Tex WilliamsSmoke smoke smoke
Kip CochrenTakin pictures with my mind
Jim ReevesMexican Joe
Dottie WestCountry sunshine
Jimmy DickensDoggone it
Don WilliamsSome broken hearts never mend
Evelyn WilliamsStraighten up & fly right
Del ReevesPhilladelphia Phillies

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 09/06/2014

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09/06/2014
ArtistTitle
The BrownsScarlet Ribbons
Jimmy DeanStand beside me
Bobby Bare500 miles from home
Forester SistersJust in case
Bellamy Bros.For all the wrong reasons
AlabamaThe closer you get
Jim StaffordCow Patti
TE FordCinncinatti dancing pig
Waylon JenningsClyde
Rusty And Doug KershawDiggy liggy lo
The JuddsCow Cow boogie
Wylie & The Wild WestTrue love travels on a gravel road
Rich o'BrienGypsies jewelery
Rex Allen & Don EdwardsIts My Lazy Day
Dottie JackAn old memory got in my eye
Kip CalahanPonydance
Sun Valley Rancho BoyCall of the wild
Red SteagallRosealie smiles
Don RobertsFull moon turnaround
George JonesYou
Austin Lounge LizardsLast words
Anita CarterBaby your the one
Gene WatsonGot no reason now for going home
Eddy ArnoldWhat is life without love
Texas Jim RobertsonFillipino baby
Jimmy DavisIs it too late now
Lorretta LynnHeartaches meet Mr Blue
Red FoleyTennessee Border
Owen BradleyBlues stay away from me
Thanks to all our great listeners.

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 09/01/2014

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09/01/2014
ArtistTitleAlbum
Lowell LevingerI'll Do Anything But WorkDown to the Roots
Molasses CreekSomething Worth HavingSomething Worth Having
The RochesMr. SellackSelf-Titled CD
Merle HaggardWorkin' Man BluesWorking in Tennessee
Jorma Kaukonen & Tom HobsonPolice Dog BluesQuah
Steve CheseboroughSpike Driver BluesHam Hocks & Gravy
Valerie JuneWorkin' Woman BluesPushin' Against a Stone
Vicki and Joe PriceI Need A Lot of MoneyA Brand New Place
Martin SimpsonPaydayRighteousness & Humidity
Burl IvesUnemployment CheckSweet Sad & Salty
Brett RatliffAin't Gonna Work TomorrowCold Icy Mountain
Merlin SniderMama Don't Work HereRight Here
Tim O'BrienWorkin'Chicken & Egg
Creighton LindsayI Ain't Got No HomeGabardine
Addie GrahamWouldn't Mind Working from Sun to SunBeen A Long Time Traveling
Joshua Rilko and Lindsay LouSun to SunTime & Luck
Angelo M.SteelworkSteelwork
Boris McCutcheon and the SaltlicksWorking On A SundayBad Road, Good People
Lou & Peter BarrymanBlank BlankerThe Universe: 14 Examples
John PrineGrandpa Was A CarpenterSweet Revenge
Stan RogersThe White Collar HollerBetween the Breaks.....Live!
Pancake BreakfastHoot Hot Damn! I Got A Job of WorkSelf-Titled CD
John NelsonTil My Work Is DoneVagabond
Suzzy and Maggie RocheFor Those Whose Work Is InvisibleWhy the Long Face
Pendarvis Farm FrogsFrog SongChurch of the Get Down - Songs for Pendarvis Farm
Dear Listeners,

HAPPY LABOR DAY!  Whether you've got the day off, are workin' your butt off, or are looking for a job that you can work your butt off at so that you can get a day off, here's the music that'll make it all right....

Musically yours,
Diane Hunt

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 08/20/2014

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08/20/2014
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
stan woodavenue 50vibrabandstan wood
"avenue 51""
"avenur 52""
"our earthly career""
paul chambersawful meangovee-jay
esperanza spauldingI know you knowesperanzaheads up
gregory porterfeeling goodwatermotema
gene ammonswoofin' and tweetin'all star sessionsprestige
jeff tain wattsblooskimegawattssunnyside
lee konitz nonetwho youthe lee konitz nonetchiaroscuro
bill doggetthonky tonkbill doggett and his comboking
johnny griffin and lockjaw daviscamp meetingthe toughest tenorsmilestone
wayne shorterbeyond the sound barrierbeyond the sound barrierverve
MJQnight in tunisiaat music innatlantic
nancy curtinwaters of marchsoul brasileironancycurtin.com
nancy curtinmucuripesongs from brazilnancycurtin.com
alfredo murodeixalatin impressionsmuro
nancy curtinmas que nadasoul brasileironancycurtin.com

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 08/11/2014

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08/11/2014
ArtistTitle
Sleepy LaBeefInside Looking Out
Connie SmithJust For What I Am
Gene AutryDon't Fence Me In
Hi FlyersHi Flyer Stomp
Wynn StewartFalling For You
Jody MillerLove's Gonna Live Here
Countryside RideDown the Line
Bobbie GentryTouch 'Em With Love
Sweetback SistersLove Me Honey Do
Farmer BoysYou Lied
Geroge JonesHer Name Is ____
Waylon JenningsCrazy Arms
Roy HeadOne Night With You
ElvisWalk A Mile In My Shoes
Linda Gail LewisOld Black Joe
Willie NelsonWhenever You Come Around
Cornell Hurd BandI Don't Care What It Is That You Did When You Lived In Ft. Worth
Luke Royer and the RoundersOne's All the Law Allows
Pee Wee King and his Golden West Cowboys10 Gallon Boogie
Mike BourneMy House of Memories
Roy Newman and his BoysK C Blues
Jake Ray and the CowdogsDream of You
Wynn StewartNo Time Like the Present
Wille NelsonHard To Be An Outlaw
Johnnie BushAny Fool Could See
Sue ThompsonHe Cheats On Me
Jean ShephardGot You On My Mind
Home and JethroThe Great Society
Floyd TillmanTo Be
Sweetback SistersToo Many Experts
Sleepy LaBeefStrange Things Happen Every Day
Willie NelsonBand of Brothers
Merle HaggardMakes No Difference Now
Don GibsonGod Walks These Hills With Me
Jerry Lee LewisChange Places With Me
Jack ClementJesus Don't Give Up On Me
Everly BrosDream
Harold BradleyTenderly

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 08/02/2014

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08/02/2014
ArtistTitle
Don EdwardsPecos River Queen
Stan CorlissTil Youve Julie Smile
Jan TysonThe Doudle Diamond
Suzy BoggusYellow River Road
Ray Price & Roger MillerInvitation to The Blues
Rex AllenBlue Canadian Rockies
Bruce HoffmanCherokee
Charley PrideAfraid Of Losing You Again
Billy WalkerCharlies Shoes
Tommy CollinsYou Better Not Do That
Dottie JackAn Old Memory Got in My Eye
Bill AndersonFor Loving You
Slim WhitmanSecret Love
Lefty FrizzellIf You Got The Money
Bill AndersonMama Sang A Song
Don GibsonWoman Sensous Woman
Kristi NebalSwingin In Tucson
Carl PerkinsBlue Swede shoes s
Rex AllenCrying In The Chapel
Merle HaggardSing Back Home
HighwaymenDesperados Waiting For The Train
The JuddsDont Be Cruel
George HamiltonAbilene
Bob WillsRoly Poly
Hank SnowIve Been Everywhere

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 07/27/2014

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07/27/2014
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Derrick Gardner & the jazz prophetsFunky Straight......of infinityOwl studios.com
Slavic Soul PartyMissy sa saBiggerEMI
The Honey ConeWe Belong together45 singleHot Wax
Baby CortezGettin Right45 singleChess
Crazy ElephantDark Part Of My Mind45 singleBell
Free FareRainbow45 singleShow case
Tony Joe WhitePork Salad Annie45 singleMonument
Hugh X LewisId Better Call The Law On Me45 singleKapp Records
Junior ParkerThese Kind Of Blues45 singleDuke
Eldridge holmesIf I Were A Carpenter45 singleDeesu
The Honey ConeWant Ads45 singleHot Wax
James BrownThe Good Foot Part 145 singlePolydor
Tony OwensGotta Get My Baby Back Home45 singleCotillion
Curtis MayfieldKung Fu45 singleCurtom
Faye MarshallGoin Home45 singleBrown Door Records
Mary LoveBorn To Live With Heartache45 singleElco
The Quiet BoysRighteousBoshAcid Jazz
The Beat ConductorNeverOff The Meter EPDicey
The Quiet BoysDeeperBoshAcid Jazz
Kasai All StarsAs They Walked Into The Forrest On A SundayThey Encountered Apes Dressed As HumansBeware The FetishCrammed
San PalenqueAfro Columbian Sound ModernizersUnye UnyeVampi Soul
Irving JosephStool Pigeon45 singleBMG 1995
An eclectic mix of new gems and old favorites! Lets Dig in!!!!!!!!!!

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 07/26/2014

Air date: 
07/26/2014
ArtistTitleAlbum
come on home to melee hazlewood
SHITNobody Knows Anybody
Blazing Eyesickest dream
Gas RagBeats Off LP
SavageheadsTrained Killer
GlueDemoDemo
Gagmutant casket
The StopsRepulsive
In SchoolKnocked Out
CyanamidStop the World
Sore ThroatAbraham's Ear
RamlehThroatsuck/Deathtoll/Ramleh
pallbearerforeigner
GLOOMNOISE NOT COUNTRY
Here's the second half of our show, with a "your month in review" of bands that have graced PDX with their talents this July.

xoxo,

Hypnophobia

 

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