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Playlist from 07/13/2011 @ 9:00pm

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Playing the best of [insert favorite artists here] since [insert random year here]!

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Rosie Thomas

Wedding Day
When We Were Small 2002 via Sub Pop
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Jan James

Let it Shine
Ring Around The Moon 2010 via Blue Palace Records
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Little Axe

Another Sinful Day
The Wolf That House Built 1994 via Sony
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Zero7

Salt Water Sound
Simple Things 2001 via Palm Pictures (Audio
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11:40 pm
GROW (click for more info)
Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women [GROW] provides education, connections, and resources that create and strengthen women-owned businesses. GROW's vision is to provide women of West Michigan the education and resources that will allow them to strive towards their dream of achieving self-fulfillment and positive economic change. More information is available at GROW business.org

Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem

Butter & Egg Man
Cocktail Swing 2001 via Signature Records
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COMPILATIONS

Blues in the Night
We All Love Ella- Celebrating The First Lady Of Song 2007 via Verve

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Sidestepper

In the Beats We Trust
3am (In Beats We Trust) 2003 via Palm Pictures (Audio
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Ivy

Blame It On Yourself
Long Distance 2001 via Nettwerk Records
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Johnny Nicholas

Hell Bent
Future Blues 2011 via The Peoples Label
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11:20 pm
Traditions! (click for more info)
American Roots, Redefined - Sundays, 8 AM

Nick Drake

Pink Moon
Pink Moon 1972 via Universal Int'l
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David Gray

Say Hello Wave Goodbye
White Ladder 2000 via RCA
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The Ink Spots

When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano
Greatest Hits 1989 via Mca
a note about this track

Recorded May 13, 1940

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Al Green

Tired of Being Alone
Al Green's Greatest Hits 1995 via Capitol
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11:00 pm
GRAM on the Green July 15 (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Art Museum, presenting GRAM on the Green, Friday nights this summer. This outdoor music series features free live music, games, sketching, a cash bar, dancing, and conversations about art and media. This week the series continues with live jazz from Super Happy Funtime Burlesque's house band, the End Times Orchestra. GRAM on the Green, Friday, July 15th on the Art Museum terrace overlooking Rosa Parks Circle, 6:00 p.m. More information at art-museum-G-R-dot-O-R-G.

Senor Coconut

White Horse [Merengue]
Around the World 2008 via Nacional Records
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Garland Jeffreys

Rock and Roll Music
The King of In Between 2011 via Luna Park Records
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Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins

Born Secular
Rabbit Fur Coat 2006 via Team Love Records
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Hazmat Modine

I've Been Lonely For So Long
Cicada 2011 via Barbes
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Paul Thorn

Burn Down The Trailer Park
Ain't Love Strange 2000 via Ark 21
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10:40 pm
West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association (click for more info)
The West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association is a non-profit organization established in 1995 for the promotion and preservation of traditional acoustic bluegrass music. Their purpose and activities include soliciting memberships, sponsoring festivals and concerts, and publishing an informational newsletter. More information is available at wmbma.org

Eliza Doolittle

Missing
Eliza Doolittle 2011 via Capitol
a note about this track

There's a nice sample of The Fleetwoods 1959 hit "Come Softly To Me" in the DNA of this song.

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3 Cohens

U-Valley
Braid 2007 via ANZIC RECORDS
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COMPILATIONS

Fattening Frogs For Snakes
Defiance Blues 1998 via House of Blues

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Big Joe Shelton

Psychoanalyst Voodoo Queen
The Older I Get The Better I Was 2011
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Moe.

Tailspin
The Conch 2006 via Fat Boy Records
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10:20 pm
Bright Eyes / Mountain Goats Meijer Gardens (click for more info)
WYCE joins Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in welcoming Bright Eyes with special guests The Mountain Goats to the Outdoor Summer Concert Series, Wednesday, August 3rd. Since Bright Eyes first drew the national spotlight with the 2005 releases "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" and "Digital Ash in a Digital Urn", Conor Oberst and his musical cast of characters have been making some of the most celebrated experimental folk-pop music in the world. Indie lo-fi rock favorites The Mountain Goats open the show. Bright Eyes with special guests The Mountain Goats, Wednesday, August 3rd. Tickets and more information at Meijer Gardens dot org - M-E-I-J-E-R gardens dot org

Bruce Cockburn

Wondering Where The Lions Are
Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws 1979 via True North Records
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Tom Rush

Ladies Love Outlaws
The Very Best Of Tom Rush- No Regrets 1999 via Sony
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(REQUESTED)

COMPILATIONS

Samba De Mon Coeur Qui Bat
Putumayo Presents- Paris 2006 via Putumayo World Music

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Cyndi Lauper

Shattered Dreams
Memphis Blues 2010 via Downtown
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Aimee Mann

Deathly
Bachelor No. 2 1999 via Superego Records
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10:00 pm
GRAM on the Green July 15 (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Art Museum, presenting GRAM on the Green, Friday nights this summer. This outdoor music series features free live music, games, sketching, a cash bar, dancing, and conversations about art and media. This week the series continues with live jazz from Super Happy Funtime Burlesque's house band, the End Times Orchestra. GRAM on the Green, Friday, July 15th on the Art Museum terrace overlooking Rosa Parks Circle, 6:00 p.m. More information at art-museum-G-R-dot-O-R-G.

Bedouin Soundclash

A Chance Of Rain
Light The Horizon 2011 via PID
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(REQUESTED)

Four Bitchin' Babes

Viagra In The Waters
Beyond Bitchin' 2000 via Shanachie
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Les Chauds Lapins

Je T'aime
Amourettes 2011 via Barbes Records
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Sheryl Crow

Strong Enough
Tuesday Night Music Club 1993 via A&M
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9:40 pm
Youth Sports Alliance - GR (click for more info)
Youth Sports Alliance GR provides positive after-school sports and recreation programs for inner city youth ages 6 to 14. The Alliance motivates with a child's love for organized sports, teaches them how to excel in academics and how to achieve their highest level of self fulfillment and personal development, in physical, social, moral and spiritual aspects of life. More information: Y S A G R dot org

She & Him

I Should Have Known Better
Volume One 2008 via Merge Records
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Gordon Gano

Hitting the Ground
Hitting the Ground 2002 via Instinct Records
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The Bad Plus

Smells Like Teen Spirit
These Are The Vistas 2003 via Sony
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(REQUESTED)

Chuck Berry

You Never Can Tell
The Chess Box 1988 via Chess
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9:20 pm
Meijer Gardens - Brian Wilson (click for more info)
WYCE joins Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in welcoming Brian Wilson to the Outdoor Summer Concert Series, Friday, July 29th. 2012 will mark the 50th anniversary of Brian Wilson's introduction to the world with the release of The Beach Boys' first album. The Grammy-winning songwriter and composer has been responsible for some of the most popular music of the 20th century, and was recently named as one of Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. Brian Wilson, Friday, July 29th. Tickets and more information at Meijer Gardens dot org - M-E-I-J-E-R gardens dot org

COMPILATIONS

Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher (Higher and Higher)
Cover The World 2003 via Putumayo World Music

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Carolyn Wonderland

Smile
Bloodless Revolution 2003 via Independent
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White Denim

Bess St.
D 2011 via Downtown
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9:00 pm
GRAM on the Green July 15 (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Art Museum, presenting GRAM on the Green, Friday nights this summer. This outdoor music series features free live music, games, sketching, a cash bar, dancing, and conversations about art and media. This week the series continues with live jazz from Super Happy Funtime Burlesque's house band, the End Times Orchestra. GRAM on the Green, Friday, July 15th on the Art Museum terrace overlooking Rosa Parks Circle, 6:00 p.m. More information at art-museum-G-R-dot-O-R-G.