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Playlist from 08/07/2007 @ 9:00am

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Spoon

Finer Feelings
Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga 2007 via Merge Records
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Mark Hummel

Too Late Brother
Golden State Blues 2002 via Electro-Fi Records
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Bill Morrissey & Greg Brown

He Was a Friend of Mine
Friend Of Mine 1993 via Philo / Umgd
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The Fred Knapp Trio

Fascinating Rhythm
The Music of Gershwin 2007 via Independent

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11:40 am
UICA (click for more info)
Art Out Loud is a summer concert at the UICA featuring Mid-Life Crisis and Domestic Problems. Local artists will create paintings live in response to the music (to be raffled later that evening); other artists include glass blowers, a henna artist, a caricature artist, and prayer flag making. Art Out Loud takes place on August 22nd fro 6-10pm and will be raising funds for UICA's Artworks program that offers opportunities to youth. The number to call for tickets and information is 454-7000.

Lance Whalen

Being in the World
Ever Since Forever After 2006 via Independent
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Wilco

Impossible Germany
Sky Blue Sky 2007 via Nonesuch
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The Allman Brothers Band

Blue Sky
A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979 1991 via Polygram Records
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11:20 am
Cow Pie Blues Festival (click for more info)
The Cowpie Blues Festival returns to West Michigan on Saturday, August 11. The line-up includes Jimmie Stagger, Those Delta Rhythm Kings, The Detroit Women, Motor City Josh, Blue Lunch, Joanna Connor and a headline performance from C.J. Chenier. WYCE programmers will be on hand to announce the bands, and to hand out WYCE goodies. The Cow Pie Blues Festival takes place at Shagbark Farms in Alaska, Michigan -- near Caledonia. Doors open at 9am and festival goers are welcome to set up a tent and spend the night at the farm. Tickets are available at all Star Tickets Plus Outlets.

Senti Toy

Kohima
How Many Stories Do You Read on My Face 2007 via Circular Moves
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The Pines

Without a Kiss
Sparrows In The Bell 2007 via Red House
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Fictionplane

Running The Country
Left Side of the Brain 2007 via Bieler
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Arjun

Balls
Pieces 2006 via Pheromone Records
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11:00 am
GVSU Benefit for Guatemala (click for more info)
Grand Valley State Universities' Global Citizenship course invites WYCE listeners to "Memory, Truth and Justice: A Benefit for Guatemala." It will be held on Wednesday, August 8th from 6-9pm at Wealthy Theatre. There will be live music, food, information on Guatemalan non-profit organizations, student photography and art exhibits. Information is available by calling Melissa or Dawn at 331-8020.

Brazz Tree

Seven
Spiral On 2007 via BT Music
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Laura Love

I Want You Gone
Welcome to Pagan Place 2003 via Koch Records
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Elvis Costello

The Other Side of Summer
Mighty Like a Rose 1991 via Warner Bros / Wea
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Byrd, Donald

Jelly Roll
Slow Drag
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10:40 am
Circle Theatre (click for more info)
Circle Theatre presents "A Theatrical Thrift & "Show" Art Sale" Gently used props and set pieces to costumes from shows. Also many decorative items and original art from Circle's sets (including some of the art on the set of Can-Can!)Also donated household items and furniture. Lots of bargains! 100% the proceeds go to support Circle! Got Junk? We will be taking your spring cleaning donations of clean sell-able items on Sunday, April 27 from noon to 3pm at the side door on Marengo Ave. The Theatrical Thrift Show Art Sale is on Saturday, May 10 from 11am to 4pm at The number to call for tickets is 616 456-6656.

Joan As Police Woman

Flushed Chest
Real Life 2007 via Cheap Lullaby Records
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Starsailor

Talk Her Down
Love Is Here 2001 via Capitol
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Dar Williams

Are You Out There
Out There Live 2001 via Razor & Tie
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COMPILATIONS

The Gambia
Healing the Divide- A Concert for Peace and Reconciliation 2007 via Anti

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10:20 am
FMG Meijer Gardens Tuesday, August 14th (click for more info)
Throughout the month of August WYCE presents the Tuesday Evening Music Club, a showcase of local talent at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park amphitheatre. On Tuesday, August 14th at 7:00PM the Club hosts Claire Fisher, Nobody's Darlin' and Greensky Bluegrass Band. The Tuesday Evening Music Club performances are free to Meijer Gardens members, and open to the general public with the purchase of a day pass to the Gardens. More information is available at wyce.org and at meijergardens.org.

Metheny Mehldau Quartet

Santa Cruz Slacker
Metheny Mehldau Quartet 2007 via Nonesuch
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Common Shiner

No Melody
Viennas 2007 via Independent

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Bruce Cockburn

Dialogue with the Devil
Sunwheel Dance 1971 via Sony
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10:00 am
Bards' Bonfire (click for more info)
The Nature Society of Western Michigan will be holding a Bards'Bonfire on Friday, August 24th from 9pm til the last owl hoots. The Location is Kent County Lamereaux Park on Coit Avenue one mile north of Four Mile Road. The evening's entertainment will consist of memorized verse, songs stories, poems and anecdotes told around a roaring campfire by the Story Spinners and you, the audience. The contact number for this event is 451-1958.

James Cotton

Reconsider Baby
Fire Down Under The Hill 2000 via Telarc
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Art Blakey

One For All (And All For One)
One For All 1990 via A&M Records
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Spearhead

People In Tha Middle
The Live Radio Sessions 1995 via Capitol Records
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(REQUESTED)

Mala Rodriguez

Memorias del futuro
Malamarismo 2007 via Machete Music
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9:40 am
CMC All-Access event (click for more info)
On Wednesday, August 15th, the Community Media Center is pulling back the curtain to give our members a behind-the-scenes look at how your media center works for you and the rest of our community. "CMC All-Access" will include live radio and TV broadcasts, giving CMC members a chance to share how they have learned and grown through our technology and education programs. The event will also represent a final push in CMC's $2.4 million capital campaign, which wraps up in September. To cap off the event, CMC will hold its annual membership meeting, where newly elected board members will be announced. For more information about "CMC All-Access", visit GRCMC.org.

Bob Dylan

Queen Jane Approximately
Highway 61 Revisited 1965 via Sony
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Ryan Adams

English Girls Approximately
Love Is Hell 2004 via Universal
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(REQUESTED)

Clem Snide

Your Favorite Music
Your Favorite Music 2000 via Spin Art
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9:20 am
Karisa CD release (click for more info)
On Thursday August 16, local musician and songwriter Karisa Wilson will release her debut album "Little Girl" with a release party at Wealthy Theater. Karisa has performed with many local groups over the years, but will present this solo project with full backing band in a very special night of music, with opening performance by Lux Land. The concert starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are available at Schuler Books stores, Beat Goes On, and Fresh, a new music shop on Wealthy Street in Eastown.

Harry Manx and Kevin Breit

Bottom of the Hill
In Good We Trust 2007 via Stony Plain Music
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Belle & Sebastian

If You Find Yourself Caught In Love
Dear Catastrophe Waitress 2003 via Sanctuary Records
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The Duhks

Rock of Ages
Your Daughters & Your Sons 2002 via Sugarhill [Country]
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Medeski Martin & Wood

Mo Ti Mo
It's a Jungle In Here 1993 via Gramavision
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9:00 am
WYCE Fall Classic (click for more info)
After a rained-out event in 2006, WYCE's annual golf scramble makes its triumphant return in September. The "WYCE Fall Classic" will be held at Alpine Golf Club in Alpine Township. We have reserved space for 18 foursomes in this fundraiser event, so space is limited. Individual registration is $50; teams of four are $150. Entry fees include 18 holes of golf with cart, a BBQ lunch, and two drink tickets. As always, golf skills are recommended, but not necessary to have a good time! The WYCE Fall Classic will take place at noon on Saturday, September 15th. Registration and payment must be made to WYCE by the end of business on Friday, September 7th. For more information, call 616-459-4788 x111.