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Playlist from 03/18/2009 @ 12:00pm

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Giant Sand

Increment of Love
Provisions 2008 via Yep Roc Records
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(REQUESTED)

Theresa Andersson

Locusts Are Gossiping
Hummingbird, Go! 2008 via Basin Street Records
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The Last Shadow Puppets

My Mistakes Were Made for You
The Age of the Understatement 2008 via Domino
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Bonnie 'Prince' Billy

Madeleine-Mary
I See a Darkness 1999 via Palace Records
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COMPILATIONS

Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You)
Lonesome, On'ry And Mean- A Tribute to Waylon Jennings 2003 via Dualtone (Red)

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Nick Drake

Parasite
Pink Moon 1972 via Universal Int'l
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2:40 pm
Public Museum - Rock on the River FundRaiser (click for more info)
The Public Museum of Grand Rapids comes alive with the sounds of rock classics when Mid-Life Crisis headlines the first Rock on the River fundraiser. This lively event features music, food, a cash bar, raffle prizes and Laser Light shows. The Rock on the River fundraiser is Friday, March 27 from 7 to 10 pm at the Public Museum, 272 Pearl Street NW. All proceeds support on-going programs of the Public Museum. Tickets at 616.456.3977 or G-R-Museum dot org

DJ Spooky

Lama Lava
In Fine Style: DJ Spooky - 50,000 Volts of Trojan 2006 via Trojan Us
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(REQUESTED)

Horace Silver

Blowing the Blues Away
Funky Pieces of Silver- The Horace Silver Songbook, Volume 1 2007 via Highnote
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Psapp

The Monster Song
The Camel's Back 2009 via Domino Records UK
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Keren Ann

Caspia
Keren Ann 2007 via Blue Note Records
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2:20 pm
Friday Frost Advisory (click for more info)
The students and teachers of C.A. Frost Environmental Science Academy, of Grand Rapids Public Schools, team up to present an exciting weekly feature here at WYCE. The Frost Advisory is a student-produced environmental science lesson - celebrating Michigan's natural beauty and seasonal changes. Hear THE FROST ADVISORY every Friday at 8:30 am and 5:30 pm - exclusively on your community radio station 88.1 FM WYCE.
(REQUESTED)

Capercaillie

The Tree
Beautiful Wasteland 1997 via Rykodisc
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Mexican Institute of Sound

El Microfono
Pinata 2007 via Nacional Records
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Stereolab

Space Moth
Sound-Dust 2001 via Elektra
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(REQUESTED)

Aleph-1

Casa Camuzzi
Aleph-1 2008 via Independent
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In the branch of mathematics known as set theory, the aleph numbers are a sequence of numbers used to represent the cardinality (or size) of infinite sets. They are named after the symbol used to denote them, the Hebrew letter aleph

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2:00 pm
G.R. Symphony (click for more info)
This day of programming on WYCE is sponsored by your Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's day by presenting acclaimed Celtic fiddler Natalie MacMaster in concert at DeVos Hall, March 20th thru the 22nd. MacMaster, a Cape Breton native, is known for her fiery, intricate fiddling and exhuberant step dancing. More information about Natalie MacMaster at DeVos is available at grsymphony.org or ticketmaster
(REQUESTED)

Meshell Ndegeocello

Aquarium
Dance of the Infidels 2005 via Universal
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Franco

Tcha Tcha Tcha de Mi Amor
Francophonic 2008 via Sterns
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Dan Auerbach

Goin' Home
Keep It Hid 2009 via Nonesuch
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(REQUESTED)

Frontier Ruckus

Mount Marcy
The Orion Songbook 2009 via Quite Scientific Records

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1:40 pm
Anne Heaton and Rose Polenzani (click for more info)
The Spring 2009 Hat Trick Concert Series continues TONIGHT with Anne Heaton and Rose Polenzani! Boston-based singer-songwriter and piano-player Anne Heaton is known for the infectious energy of her live performances -she has been touring since 2001 playing acoustic venues, coffeehouses, and outdoor theaters. Rose Polenzani was first noticed for her 1998 unanimous win in the Chicago Lilith Fair competition and was recently nominated for Best Female Vocalist in the Boston Music Awards. This show benefits Benjamin’s Hope, an organization addressing the multi-faceted needs of individuals and families affected by developmental disability. The law firm of Rhoades McKee will match the first $500 in donations for this charity. That's Anne Heaton and Rose Polenzani, at One Trick Pony, TONIGHT at 7:30pm. The Hat Trick Concert series is sponsored by the law firm of Rhoades McKee, with audio support from Mark Swanson and lodging provided by Peaches Bed & Breakfast. For more information, please visit the concert page at wyce.org.

Una Mas Trio

Move My Feet
Ritmo Del Futura 2009 via Agogo
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COMPILATIONS

Baby, Did You Hear [Danger Mouse Remix]
Verve Remixed, Vol. 3 2005 via Verve

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Lily Allen

22
It's Not Me, It's You 2009 via Capitol
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Vampire Weekend

The Kids Don't Stand a Chance
Vampire Weekend 2008 via Xl Recordings
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COMPILATIONS

Vampire
Juno- Music From The Motion Picture 2008 via Rhino Records

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1:20 pm
Gaelic Storm! (click for more info)
WYCE and Intersection Lounge present Gaelic Storm - LIVE - In Concert - Thursday March 19th. Gaelic Storm is one of the premier touring Celtic acts. Their compelling originals and fresh arrangements continue to broaden the horizons of the Celtic music genre, creating new standards for generations to come. Tickets and information for Gaelic Storm - Thursday, March 19th - is available at SECTION LIVE dot COM

COMPILATIONS

Bad Tune (Earth, Wind & Fire)
What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves (1967-1977) 2006 via Rhino

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Tom Tom Club

Sunshine and Ecstacy
Dark Sneak Love Action 1992 via Warner Bros / Wea
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Greyboy

Panacea
15 Years of West Coast Cool 2008 via UBIQUITY RECORDS
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Niney the Observer

Train from the West
Microphone Attack- 1974-1978 2001 via Independent
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Winston Holness, better known as Niney the Observer (born George Boswell, 1951, Montego Bay), is a Jamaican record producer and singer who was a key figure in the creation of many classic reggae recordings dating from the 1970s and early 1980s.

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1:00 pm
G.R. Symphony (click for more info)
This day of programming on WYCE is sponsored by your Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's day by presenting acclaimed Celtic fiddler Natalie MacMaster in concert at DeVos Hall, March 20th thru the 22nd. MacMaster, a Cape Breton native, is known for her fiery, intricate fiddling and exhuberant step dancing. More information about Natalie MacMaster at DeVos is available at grsymphony.org or ticketmaster

Antony and the Johnsons

Daylight and the Sun
The Crying Light 2009 via Secretly Canadian
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(REQUESTED)

Joni Mitchell

A Case Of You
Both Sides Now 2000 via Reprise / Wea
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This is a concept album that traces the progress of the modern relationship through Mitchell's orchestral renditions of classic jazz songs. The orchestra was arranged and conducted by Vince Mendoza.

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(REQUESTED)

Charles Mingus

The Soul
Epitaph 1990 via Sony
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(REQUESTED)

Leadbelly

New York City
Alabama Bound 1988 via RCA
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(REQUESTED)

Potato Moon

Glory
After the Harvest 2008 via Independent
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Written by Michael Sullivan

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12:40 pm
Let's Make A Movie! (click for more info)
Wealthy Theatre presents, "Let's Make A Movie!: A Live Interactive Theatre Show." Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be on the set of a MOVIE? This original theater show will bring HOLLYWOOD to you! This live interactive theater show about the making of a horror movie, allows you to either sit back and watch the insanity, or actually get a chance to PLAY A PART IN THE MOVIE. See horror make-up effects, major stunt sequences and more! The world premiere of "Let's Make A Movie" is Friday, April 10th, at 8pm at Wealthy Theatre. A complete schedule and ticket information can be found at wealthy theatre.org

Jamie Lidell

Little Bit of Feel Good
Jim 2008 via Warp Records
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The Meters

9 'Til 5
Look-Ka Py Py 1990 via Rounder Select
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The Meters were an American funk band based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Meters performed and recorded their music from the late 1960s until 1977. While the band never enjoyed significant mainstream success, they are considered one of the progenitors of funk music, and their work influenced many other bands, both contemporary to their work, and after their heyday.

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The Neville Brothers

Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
Walkin' In The Shadow Of Life 2004 via Back Porch
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Curtis Mayfield

Freddie's Dead
The Anthology 1961-1977 2005 via Mca
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12:20 pm
National Nutrition Month (click for more info)
The American Dietetic Association presents National Nutrition Month throughout the month of March. National Nutrition Month reminds you to focus attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. For more information on local food and nutrition, please visit dietitians west michigan.org

Femi Kuti

You Better Ask Yourself
Day By Day 2008 via Downtown
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COMPILATIONS

If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button 2008 via Concord Records

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M. Ward

Rave On
Hold Time 2009 via Merge Records
a note about this track

Matt Ward, known by his stage name M. Ward, is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who rose to prominence in the Portland, Oregon music scene. In the summer of 2006, Ward relocated to New Hampshire and in the fall of 2007 subsequently returned to Portland. Regarding the types of music he grew up listening to, Ward said: "My dad turned me onto Johnny Cash. He was always into gospel and country," Ward said. "My mom listened to classical music." [1]

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Bowerbirds

In Our Talons
Hymns for a Dark Horse 2009 via DEAD OCEANS
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12:00 pm
G.R. Symphony (click for more info)
This day of programming on WYCE is sponsored by your Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's day by presenting acclaimed Celtic fiddler Natalie MacMaster in concert at DeVos Hall, March 20th thru the 22nd. MacMaster, a Cape Breton native, is known for her fiery, intricate fiddling and exhuberant step dancing. More information about Natalie MacMaster at DeVos is available at grsymphony.org or ticketmaster