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Fela Ransome Kuti and Africa '70 with Ginger Baker

Let's Start
Live! 1971 via Mca
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Roxy Music

More Than This
Avalon 1983 via Virgin Records Us
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Cat Power

Lost Someone
Jukebox 2008 via Matador Records
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5:40 pm
Jammies XII (click for more info)
Mark your calendars for West Michigan's biggest night of music! The 12th annual WYCE Jammie Awards, presented by Bell's Brewing Company, returns to The Intersection Lounge, Tuesday, February 15th from 5:30 to 11 pm. This FREE regional music showcase and awards ceremony features performances by more than 20 area bands on two stages. Once again we're asking for donations of non-perishable food items for "Feeding America West Michigan" - and your gently-used clothing, especially children's clothing, which will go to "In the Image". You'll take home a free CD with your donation. The 12th annual WYCE Jammie Awards at The Intersection Lounge - Tuesday, February 15th. Our thanks to Bell's Brewing, Rylee's Ace Hardware, Rainbow Music and The Intersection for their support of the show!

Beck

Profanity Prayers
Modern Guilt 2008 via Interscope Records
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The Flaming Lips

The Golden Age (CD101 version)
Fight Test 2003 via Warner Brothers
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Langhorne Slim

For a Little While
Be Set Free 2009 via Kemado
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5:30 pm
Dog Story Theatre (click for more info)

Dog Story Theatre supports professional quality, innovative entertainment and provides an affordable and flexible venue for live performances. This Grand Rapids black box theater provides technical and production consultation to clients and offers equipment and box office services common to most theatrical productions. Dog Story Theatre - 7 Jefferson Avenue SE - dog story theatre dot com

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Miles Davis

So What
Kind Of Blue 1959 via Sony
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5:20 pm
Michigan Heritage Music Ass'n (click for more info)
Today's First Amendment quote is sponsored by The Michigan Heritage Music Association, presenting Americana roots music group The Wilders for their first appearance in Grand Rapids. The Wilders played to an enthusiastic crowd of thousands at this summer's Wheatland Music Festival. They'll be bringing that same energy to Billy's Lounge on Thursday, January 21st. The show starts at 8:00pm. Doors open at 6:30. More information is available online at Billyslounge.com.

Sufjan Stevens

Interlude I- Dream Sequence in Subi Circumnavigation
The BQE 2009 via Asthmatic Kitty
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Rufus Wainwright

Oh What a World
Want (One) 2003 via Dreamworks
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Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

Carries On
Up From Below 2009 via Community Records
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The Middle East

Blood
The Recordings Of The Middle East 2009 via Self Released
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(REQUESTED)

Booker T

She Breaks
Potato Hole 2009 via Anti
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5:00 pm
the DAAC (click for more info)

The DAAC - the Division Avenue Arts Collective - is not only a venue for bands. It is a place for poetry, film, art shows, community and more. All it's missing is you. Learn more about booking YOUR event - and find the DAAC Event calendar - at the DAAC dot org

The Big Pink

Velvet
A Brief History Of Love
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These arms are mine, don't matter who they hold.

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(REQUESTED)

Florence + the Machine

Howl
Lungs 2009 via Universal Republic
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(REQUESTED)

Conor Oberst

Souled out!!!
Conor Oberst 2008 via Merge Records
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(REQUESTED)

Wilco

Walken
Sky Blue Sky 2007 via Nonesuch
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For Two Egg in San Fran!

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4:40 pm
Gov't Mule (click for more info)
WYCE and The Orbit Room welcome Government Mule in concert, Saturday, January 30th. Born from the resurgent Allman Brothers, Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule are one of America's finest roots rock and blues outfits. They're coming to Grand Rapids in support of their new album By a Thread. Larry McCray opens the show. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster. More information is available on our website - WYCE.org

Franco

Cherie Bondowe 2
Francophonic 2008 via Sterns
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4:30 pm
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Clutchy Hopkins

Brother John
Music Is My Medicine 2009 via UBIQUITY RECORDS
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Spoon

Who Makes Your Money
Transference 2010 via Merge Records
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RELEASED TODAY! Transference is a phenomenon in psychoanalysis characterized by unconscious redirection of feelings for one person to another. Transference was first described by Sigmund Freud, who acknowledged its importance for psychoanalysis for better understanding of the patient's feelings.

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Frontier Ruckus

The Latter Days
The Orion Songbook 2009 via Quite Scientific Records
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FREE SHOW Thursday at Founder's!

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4:20 pm
Traditions! (click for more info)
American Roots, Redefined - Sundays, 8 AM
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Tom Waits

16 Shells from a Thirty-Ought Six
Swordfishtrombones 1983 via Island
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COMPILATIONS

Who Is He (And What Is He to You)
Jackie Brown - Music from the Motion Picture 1997 via Maverick

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Willie Bobo

Pretty Lady
Lost and Found 2006 via Concord Records
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The nickname Bobo is said to have been bestowed by the jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams in the early '50s

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Bajofondo

Pa' bailar
Mar Dulce 2008 via Decca
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Kate Bush

Hounds of Love
The Whole Story 1986 via Capitol
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4:00 pm
ArtServe (click for more info)

As the leading advocate for arts and cultural communities statewide since 1997, ArtServe Michigan seeks to equip and engage a growing grassroots network of advocates for arts and cultural education. By reinforcing the ability of artists and arts organizations to remain alive and well, ArtServe widens arts access, supports economic development and stimulates investments in artistic talent as an important natural resource. Get involved at art serve michigan dot org

Nouvelle Vague

Confusion
Bande a Part 2006 via Peacefrog
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New Order cover

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The Shins

Young Pilgrim
Chutes Too Narrow 2003 via Sub Pop
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Karate

Every Sister
Karate
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William Elliott Whitmore

Who Stole the Soul
Animals In The Dark 2009 via Anti
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3:40 pm
The Rapidian! (click for more info)

The Rapidian is a hyper-local news source powered by you! This online citizen journalism project is intended to increase the flow of local news in the Grand Rapids community and its neighborhoods. The Rapidian empowers individuals to report the news from the inside out by providing tools, training, platforms and support. Get involved at the rapidian dot org The Rapidian is a service of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center.

Elvis Perkins

Doomsday
The Doomsday 2009 via XL
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"I don't let doomsday bother me," he sings. "Do you let it bother you?"

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Jolene
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Arcade Fire

Une Annee Sans Lumiere
Funeral 2004 via Merge Records
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(REQUESTED)

Sam Cooke

I Lost Everything
Night Beat 1963 via RCA
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(REQUESTED)

Elliott Smith

In the Lost and Found (Honky Bach)
Figure 8 2000 via Dreamworks
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3:20 pm
People's Choice Voting for Jammies XII! (click for more info)

To celebrate the 12th Annual WYCE Jammie Awards, we're putting the vote in your hands!

Go to wyce.org right now to cast your ballot for the Best Local Album and Best New Local Artist of 2010.

Voting continues through January 23rd!

The People's Choice awards will be handed out at Jammies Twelve, Tuesday February 15th at The Intersection Lounge.

The Section Quartet

The Nurse Who Loved Me
Fuzzbox 2007 via Decca
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(REQUESTED)

Keren Ann

Roses & Hips
Nolita 2005 via Blue Note Records
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(REQUESTED)

Jay Farrar and Benjamin Gibbard

Williamine
One Fast Move Or Im Gone 2009 via Atlantic
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(REQUESTED)

Neko Case

I'm an Animal
Middle Cyclone 2009 via Anti
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The Walkmen

Don't Forget Me
Pussy Cats 2006 via Record Collection
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3:00 pm
(Generic) C-SNIP (click for more info)
The Community Spay-Neuter Initiative Partnership (C-SNIP) seeks to significantly reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats in West Michigan by providing low-cost spay and neuter services and by supporting all efforts that promote humane population control. C-SNIP is always looking for volunteers who share the belief that sterilization of dogs and cats results in healthier pets and reduces the number of abandoned and unwanted pets. More information about C-SNIP can be found by calling 616-455-8220 or by emailing info@csnip.org