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Playlist from 02/26/2006 @ 9:00pm

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Pete Townshend

The Seeker
Who Came First 1972 via Rykodisc
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Ani DiFranco

Not So Soft 1991 via Righteous Babe
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Peter Rom Trio

Kafka's Humor
Says Who! 2005 via jazzwerkstatt
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Death in Vegas

opium shuffle
Dead Elvis 1997 via Time Bomb
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11:40 pm
Cessation Center Tobacco Free Partners (click for more info)
• The Cessation Center’s Tobacco Free Partners offers a weekend retreat entitled “My Choice” Tobacco Free for Good starting Friday, March 17th to Sunday, March 19th at the Maranatha Conference Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan. • The retreat is limited to 25 participants with a registration deadline of March 1st 2006. • More information is available at (616)732-6262 or at

Bird York

Lovely Thing
Wicked Little High 2006 via Narada
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Cowell, Stanley

Back to the Beautiful
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Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins

Born Secular
Rabbit Fur Coat 2006 via Team Love Records
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11:20 pm
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The WYCE Hat Trick Concert Series has been Extended with one more show with David Mead on Monday June 12th at 7:30pm at the One Trick Pony. Mead is touring in support of his recent release "Tangerine", where much of the material deals with married love.“When I got married," Mead says, "I sort of bought into this model that my parents laid out, assuming that some level of normalcy would accompany it. But it doesn’t. Life gets much weirder, actually.” A Hat will be passed for the benefit of the "Never Give Up" Scholarship Program for M.S. Thanks to Rainbow Music for providing audio assistance and Fountain Hill Bed and Breakfast for providing lodging. The Hat Trick Concert Series is made possible by support from The Cull Group — "where creative marketing meets intelligent design." On the web at "C-U-L-L GROUP DOT COM." More info on upcoming shows is available at

David Darling & the Wulu Bunun

Manas Kala Muampuk (Joy Tonight)
Mudanin Kata 2004 via Riverboat
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The Wood Brothers

Luckiest Man
Ways Not To Lose 2006 via Blue Note Records
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How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel
You Are The Quarry 2004 via Sanctuary Records
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Bob Dylan

Queen Jane Approximately
Highway 61 Revisited 1965 via Sony
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Louisiana Red

Laundromat Blues
A Different Shade Of Red 2002 via Severn
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11:00 pm
Grand Rapids Ballet Company (click for more info)
Grand Rapids Ballet opens its Dancers’ Theatre Series with "In A Nutshell" on November 15th through the 18th in the Peter Martin Wege Theatre at the Meijer-Royce Center for Dance. This comedic spoof of The Nutcracker features a 16-piece jazz band on stage with the dancers performing Duke Ellington’s energetic rendition of the Nutcracker Suite. Tickets are available at the Ballet Box Office at 616-454-4771 Extension 10.

Mutual Admiration Society

Mutual Admiration Society 2004 via Sugarhill [Country]
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Ben Folds

Songs For Silverman 2005 via Sony
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Matthew Shipp

One 2006 via Thirsty Ear
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Alison Krauss & Union Station

Could You Lie
Forget About It 1999 via rounder
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Ben Arnold

Zig Zag
Calico 2004 via Sci Fidelity Records
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10:40 pm
UICA (click for more info)
Name of PSA: UICA Notes: (none) Copy: UICA’s Alternative Film Theatre will feature writer/director Matthew Waynee on Monday, January 8 for a talk back session after the 7 pm presentation of Unknown. Waynee, who was born and raised in Bay City, Michigan, recently presented his Hollywood debut of his first screenplay, Unknown (UICA premiere on January 5). More information is available at 454-7000

Donald Harrison

One of a Kind
Nouveau Swing 1997 via Grp Records
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Doug Cox and Sam Hurrie

No Expectations
Hungry Ghosts 2006 via Northern Blues
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Loudon Wainwright III

The End Has Begun
Grown Man 1995 via Virgin Records
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Belle & Sebastian

We Are The Sleepyheads
The Life Pursuit 2006 via Matador Records
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10:20 pm
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WYCE is proud to bring three more shows to Grand Rapids in April! Coming up this Monday April 17 The John Butler Trio with special guest Jeff Lang will take the stage at 8:00PM at the Calvin College Fine Arts Center. Australian-born musician John Butler plays an eclectic jam band style that fuses blues, reggae, classic country, Appalachian folk, funk, and hip hop. Australian Singer/songwriter Jeff Lang will open the show this Monday. The Bad Plus will appear at Top of the B.O.B. on April 27 with two shows, as part of the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. They represent the very best of the younger generation of jazz artists, testing limits of what an acoustic bass-piano-drums trio can accomplish. The Bad Plus will play at 7pm and at 9:30pm on April 27. And then Sunday April 30, for the first time since 1995, The Wailers, Bob Marley's Legendary Band, are back on tour and will appear at the Intersection in an 8pm show. The Wailers now consist of original members who recorded and/or toured with Bob Marley and the Wailers. Ages 18 and up are welcome on Sunday April 30. Additional concert details are available through the WYCE concert line: 616-459-4788 Ext. 110, or at WWW.WYCE.ORG. (Please play a track from one of the bands) (Check the concert giveaway clipboard for tickets to see if you have tickets to give away)

Lee Morgan

I Remember Clifford
The Best Of Lee Morgan 1988 via Blue Note Records
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Radiation Vibe
No Word From Tom 2006 via Nettwerk Records
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Charlie in the Box

Bridge to Teribithia
The Ariadne Thread 1999
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10:00 pm
Roads to Nowhere at Wealthy Theatre (click for more info)
Gregory Vickrey of the Tongass Conservation Society presents "Roads to Nowhere," Thursday, March 2 at 6:30 pm at the Wealthy Theatre in Grand Rapids.
The Tongass National Forest currently stands at a critical juncture. Learn more about the Tongass and what you can do to help preserve America's ONLY rain forest! Over the past two decades, over a billion dollars of taxpayer money was spent building roads and logging our nation's largest national forest - the Tongass. The result? Crumbling roads, stump-filled landscapes, and harm to drinking water, fish and wildlife. American taxpayers will continue to lose tens of millions of dollars annually on Tongass logging according to current Forest Service plans.
The slideshow is Thursday, March 2 at 6:30 pm at the Wealthy Theatre, 1130 Wealthy St. SE. in Grand Rapids The event is free and open to the public. Sponsoring organizations include the Alaska Coalition of Michigan and the Tongass Conservation Organization. For more information, phone: 312-795-3744, or email

Larry Goldings

Quartet 2006 via Palmetto Records
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Vespertine 2001 via Elektra
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Bruce Cockburn

All Our Dark Tomorrows
You've Never Seen Everything 2003 via Rounder / Pgd
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Dave's True Story

I Lost My Nature
Nature 2005 via Bepop Records
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9:40 pm
GrandNet - Generic (click for more info)
• GrandNet, an affiliate of the Community Media Center, provides low-cost I.T. services exclusively for non-profit organizations. • They offer cutting-edge web design, programming, hosting and consultation. • GrandNet also provides on-site IT installation and support. • More information on what GrandNet has to offer your non-profit organization is available at

A.J. Croce

He's Got a Way with Women
Early On 2005 via Seedling Records
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Johnny Cash

Five Feet High and Rising
The Essential Johnny Cash 2002 via Sony


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War on War
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot 2002 via Nonesuch
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Murali Coryell

Karl Rox
Strong As I Need To Be 2005 via Muralis Music
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Art Ensemble of Chicago

Colors One
America To South Africa 1991 via DIW Records
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Like Swimming
Like Swimming 1997 via Dreamworks
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9:20 pm

The Mammals

Do Not Go Quietly Unto Your Grave
Departure 2006 via Signature Sounds Recordingss
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Captain Easychord
Sound-Dust 2001 via Elektra
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Tyner, McCoy

Passion Dance
The Real McCoy
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9:00 pm
Music Man (click for more info)
• The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre presents "The Music Man" on February 23rd at 8:00 p.m. and running through March 18th. • More information about the Civic Theatre’s presentation of “The Music Man” is available at (616) 222-6650.