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Playlist from 09/24/2006 @ 9:00pm

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M. Ward

Post-War
Post-War 2006 via Merge Records
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Terence Blanchard

Harvesting Dance
Flow 2005 via Blue Note Records
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11:40 pm
Calvin College lecture (click for more info)
On Thursday, November 15, at 3:30 p.m., Detroit Free Press columnist Stephen Henderson will speak in the Calvin College Commons Lecture Hall about his investigation of death penalty sentences, in a presentation entitled "Death is Different: Investigating Legal Defense in Death Penalty Sentencing." The number to call for information is 616-526-6094

Toumani Diabate

Boulevard de l'Independance
Boulevard De L'independance 2006 via Nonesuch
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Rory Block

Last Fair Deal Gone Down
The Lady and Mr. Johnson 2006 via Rykodisc
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Martin Sexton

Gypsy Woman
Black Sheep 1996 via Kitchen Table
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The Long Winters

Honest
Putting the Days to Bed 2006 via Barsuk
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11:20 pm
Spotlight -Caberet (click for more info)
Concert promo: Spotlight Series Notes: Copy: The Community Media Center's Spotlight Series, presented by Huntington Bank, continues with Not for Women Only Caberet! …a musical revue about women, their lives and the people they love. And hate. The caberet is Thursday, October 12, at 8pm. The show contains songs by, for and about women and those in their lives, with songs from a variety of musical genres, including Broadway, pop, jazz and country. Tickets may be purchased at the door, or in advance by calling 459-4788 x109. More information is available at www.grcmc.org.

John Coltrane

Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise
Standards 2001 via Universal
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Hendrix, Jimi

Machine Gun
Band of Gypsys
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11:00 pm
Meijer Gardens (click for more info)
PSA: Meijer Gardens Notes: Frederick Meijer Gardens is open late every evening between Christmas and New Years. Special holiday entertainment is planned each evening from 6-8 PM. More information is available at Meijer Gardens' website at www.meijergardens.org. That's M-E-I-J-E-R-gardens.org.

Hem

The Pills Stopped Working
Funnel Cloud 2006 via Nettwerk Records
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Soul Coughing

Lazybones
Irresistible Bliss 1996 via Warner Brothers
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Tin Hat Trio

Fear Of The South
The Rodeo Eroded 2002 via Rope a Dope
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Kyle Andrews

Tree Hugger
Amos in Ohio 2006 via Badman Records
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The Hackensaw Boys

Buildings are the Cages
Love What You Do 2006 via Nettwerk Records
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10:40 pm
Hospice of Michigan (click for more info)
Name of PSA: Hospice of Grand Rapids Notes: (none) Copy: Hospice of Michigan provides specialized health care services for people with a terminal illness and support for their loved ones. The goal is to help each person live as fully as possible and to help the family and loved ones participate in the person's care. Volunteers fill many important roles at Hospice of Michigan, including patient care, grief support, community outreach and office administration. More information on volunteering for Hospice can be found at (616) 454-1426 or on the website at www.hom.org.

DJ Logic

Simmer Slow
Zen of Logic 2006 via Rope-A-Dope
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Thom Yorke

Skip Divided
The Eraser 2006 via Xl Recordings
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Eric Andersen

These 23 Days in September
The Street Was Always Always There 2004 via Appleseed Records
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10:20 pm
An Evening With Hackensaw Boys (click for more info)
Concert promo-Hackensaw Boys Notes: Hackensaw Boys & Nobodys Darlin' CDs available for airplay in concert rack. Copy: WYCE presents An Evening with Hackensaw Boys on Monday September 25 at Juke's Bar at 8:00pm. The Hackensaw Boys have been playing traditional and modern string band music for over six years, and are used to playing larger events. This intimate show is brought to you in part by Jukes bar and Community Radio, 88-1FM WYCE. Opening the show will be GR's resident all-girl string band "Nobody's Darlin," Featuring Delilah DeWylde, Karissa Wilson, Sara Q, Barb Weatherhead and Janet Shelby. Doors at 6pm, 8:00 show. Limited Seating available. More details on this and other shows are posted at www.wyce.org. This show is brought to you with support from Staybridge Suites, located at the corner of Lake Eastbrook Drive and 29th Street. More information is available at 616-464-3600 and www.staybridge.com.

Jon Mark

Autumn Leaves Fall, One By One
Standing Stones of Callanish 1988 via Kuckuck Schallplatten
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Winter Lady
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man 2006 via Verve Forecast
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Nick Drake

Harvest Breed
Pink Moon 1972 via Universal Int'l
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Brenda Weiler

the Weather I'm In
Cold Weather 2003 via Virt Records
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Herbie Hancock

Goodbye to Childhood
Speak Like A Child 1987 via Blue Note Records
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10:00 pm
Diversity Film Series (click for more info)
PSA-Diversity Film Series Notes- Pronounce Tuva- Toovah Copy- The 4th annual, Diversity Film Festival will feature three films shown outdoors in Rosa Parks Circle in Downtown Grand Rapids, the rain Location is Ford Museum Auditorium. The films start at 7:00PM with a short program before each one. The series starts with Boys Will be Men--Growing Up Male in America on September 26, Then on September 27 - Home of the Brave--A White Woman's Sacrifice for Civil Rights and then the series ends with Genghis Blues--A Blind Blues Musician in the Land of Tuva on September 28.

Zoe Speaks

Birds Fly South
Birds Fly South 2002 via Redbird Records
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Shinobu Sato

Little Signs of Autumn
Little Signs Of Autumn 1993 via Waterbug Records
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(REQUESTED)

Datevik

My Favorite Things
Ballads From the Black Sea 1997 via Mapleshade Records
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(REQUESTED)

Thats Him! Thats the Guy!

These Days
Help Me, I'm on Fire by That's Him! That's the Guy! 2006 via Independent

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Tom Rush

Urge for Going
The Very Best Of Tom Rush- No Regrets 1999 via Sony
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9:40 pm
Wmeac (click for more info)
Name of PSA: WMEAC Notes: (none) Copy: The West Michigan Environmental Action Committee present an all day conference to be held at Calvin College on Thursday, October 12th. The theme of the event focuses on environmental justice and the building of sustainable communities. Participants will be involved in workshops, tours, demonstrations, exhibits, guided nature meditation and hands on learning. A full agenda may be viewed on the web at www.miipl.org/conference.
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Bryan Ferry

September Song
As Time Goes By 1999 via Virgin Records
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Fiona Apple

Pale September
Tidal 1996 via Sony
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Joseph Arthur

September Baby
Redemption's Son 2002 via Universal
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(REQUESTED)

Chris Smither

Killing the Blues
Happier Blue 1993 via Flying Fish Records
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9:20 pm
Spotlight -Caberet (click for more info)
Concert promo: Spotlight Series Notes: Copy: The Community Media Center's Spotlight Series, presented by Huntington Bank, continues with Not for Women Only Caberet! …a musical revue about women, their lives and the people they love. And hate. The caberet is Thursday, October 12, at 8pm. The show contains songs by, for and about women and those in their lives, with songs from a variety of musical genres, including Broadway, pop, jazz and country. Tickets may be purchased at the door, or in advance by calling 459-4788 x109. More information is available at www.grcmc.org.

Bob Dylan

Summer Days
Love and Theft 2001 via Sony
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Cheryl Wheeler

When Fall Comes to New England
Different Stripe 2002 via Philo / Pgd
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COMPILATIONS

Autumn Leaves
Good Time Blues- The Ultimate Tenor Sax Collection 2004 via Savoy Jazz

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9:00 pm
UICA (click for more info)
UICA’s “Live Coverage” brings together visual artists to create work to be auctioned off to help to raise funds for the advancement of UICA’s outreach programs and artists’ services. It will be on March 17th from 7:00-11:00pm. Information is available at 616.454.7000 x26 or kyle@uica.org.