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Playlist from 09/05/2007 @ 12:00pm

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Greg Brown

Waiting on You
Covenant 2000 via Red House

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The Kennedys

Time Ain't Long
Half a Million Miles 2005 via Appleseed Records
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Mike Doughty

Madeline and Nine
Haughty Melodic 2005 via Ato Records
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Christian McBride

Hibiscus
Live At Tonic 2006 via Rope-a-Dope
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2:40 pm
Actor's Theatre (click for more info)
Actor’s Theatre will be presenting the play “Going To St. Ives”, a story of two women who have different personal and political views, who discover they are each trying to accomplish the greatest good. Performances will be January 24th through 26th and January 31st through February 2nd. at the Spectrum Theatre at 160 fountain NE, all shows start at 8:00pm Actor's Theatre website is at www.actorstheatregrandrapids.com. The box office phone number is 234-3946.

Gordon Lightfoot

Summer Side Of Life
Gord's Gold 1975 via Warner Bros / Wea
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Esbjorn Svensson Trio

Eighthundred Streets by Feet
Tuesday Wonderland 2007 via Emarcy / Umgd
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Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

Fallen From The Sky
Once 2007 via Sony/Bmg Int'l
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The New Pornographers

Myriad Harbour
Challengers 2007 via Matador Records
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2:20 pm
WYCE Fall Classic (click for more info)
The "WYCE Fall Classic" will be held next weekend at Alpine Golf Club in Alpine Township, but the registration deadline is this Friday! We only have room for a few more teams, so make your reservation now! 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. To register, call 616-459-4788 x111.

Peter Green

Dead Shrimp Blues
Peter Plays The Blues- The Classic Compositions of Robert Johnson 2002 via Red Int / Red Ink
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John Gorka

Jailbirds in the Bighouse
Land Of The Bottom Line 1990 via Windham Hill Records
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(REQUESTED)

Bless You Boys

Riot
Armed to the Teeth 2007 via Mackinaw Harvest

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John Scofield & Pat Metheny

One Way To Be
I Can See Your House From Here 1994 via Blue Note Records
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2:00 pm
Twenty Years of Radio (click for more info)
In celebration of our twentieth anniversary WYCE is seeking out the voices of the past. If you were a programmer in past years, we would like to speak with you. If you were a listener in the early days and you have a good story to tell about the station we need you to call us at the station and participate in our celebration of twenty years of community radio. Please call station manager Kevin Murphy at 616-459-4788 Extension 111 and let him know you are interested in helping us with our birthday project.

Mexican Institute of Sound

Para No Vivir Desesperado
Pinata 2007 via Nacional Records
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Joanna Newsom

Sadie
The Milk-Eyed Mender 2004 via Drag City (Caroline)
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Assembly of Dust

Bootlegger's Advice
Recollection 2006 via Hybrid (Red)
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1:40 pm
Jaycee Parade (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Jaycees are seeking the community's help in filling local food and blood banks at the 4th Annual Grand Rapids Jaycees Patriot Day Parade on Saturday, Sept. 8. The Jaycees will be collecting non-perishable food items for the ACCESS of West Michigan's Food Pantry Program from 8:30 a.m. until the end of the parade at Veterans Memorial Park. The Michigan Community Blood Centers' Bloodmobile will also be on Sheldon Street next to Veterans Memorial Park from 8 a.m. until 1p.m. for the "Be a Hero" Blood Drive. Parade information is available on the Grand Rapids Jaycees website at www.grjaycees.org.

Redman, Joshua

Can't Dance
Freedom in the Groove
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1:20 pm
Mustard Plug (click for more info)
Local ska band Mustard Plug invites WYCE listeners to their CD Release party on Sunday, September 16th at The Intersection Lounge. “Grand Rapids’ own” Mustard Plug have been playing ska throughout North America, Europe, Brazil and Japan for the last 16 years. The band is proud to release its latest record, "In Black and White" with this record release show in their home town. Other bands that will be playing are MU330, Whole Wheat Bread, West Bound Train and The Flaming Tsunamis. Doors open at 5pm and the all ages show starts at 5:30. Advance tickets are available at Vertigo Records or through Ticketmaster. Support for WYCE and this show comes from The Intersection Lounge, 133 Grandville Avenue Southwest.

The Ragbirds

Medicine
Wanderlove 2007 via The Ragbirds

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Herbie Hancock

Riot
Speak Like A Child 1987 via Blue Note Records
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Bruce Hornsby

Piano Intro-Great Divide
Here Come The Noise Makers 2000 via RCA
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1:00 pm
UICA (click for more info)
Classes begin soon at UICA in the clay studio, they are taught by local artists and include throwing on the potters wheel or screen printing on clay. Interested students can register by calling 454-7000 Ext 20.
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Maria Muldaur

Heart of Mine
Heart Of Mine - Love Songs Of Bob Dylan 2006 via Telarc
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Common Shiner

How's the Weather At The End Of Time
Viennas 2007 via Independent

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Brad Mehldau

Dusty Mcnugget
Largo 2002 via Warner Bros / Wea
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12:40 pm
Schuler's anniversary deal (click for more info)
Schuler Books & Music is helping the Community Media Center cap off its fundraising campaign in September. On September 15th Schuler's will celebrate its 25th anniversary as an independent, local seller of books and music. The anniversary celebration will include live music from local artists, as well as a book-signing event with National Book Award winner Jonathan Franzen, author of the New York Times' bestseller "The Corrections." Schuler will donate 20% of the proceeds from the sale of Franzen's books to the Community Media Center -- as well as a percentage of sales of music by Harry Lucas & The Lowdown -- one of the night's performers. A full line-up, schedule and more information can be found at www.schulerbooks.com.

Circus Mind

Slow Start To Nowhere
Circus Mind 2002 via Outhouse Music, Inc.
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Jule Brown

Do U Feel Alright
Soldier in the 9th 2007 via Enabler
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John Hammond

Come to Find Out
In Your Arms Again 2005 via Back Porch
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Bob Dylan

It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [alternate take]
No Direction Home - The Soundtrack 2005 via Columbia/ Legacy
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Sean Costello

No Half Steppin'
Sean Costello 2005 via Tone Cool
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12:20 pm
AIDS Walk (click for more info)
The 15th annual AIDS Walk will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2007. Walkers can register and take part in activities from 9-10 a.m. at 207 East Fulton, downtown. The 5K walk (3.1 miles) begins at 10:00 a.m. Monies raised will benefit six collaborating agencies that provide care and prevention activities for people living with HIV/AIDS. A percentage of the funds will go to World Vision to provide caregiver kits for volunteers that care for those living with AIDS in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The number to call for information is 456-9063 and the website is www.aidswalkmichigan.org.

Arcade Fire

Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)
Funeral 2004 via Merge Records
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Jon Brion

Gotta Start Somewhere
Meaningless 2000 via Straight to the Cut Out
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Erin McKeown

You Mustn't Kick it Around
Distillation 2000 via Signature Records
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Hill, Andrew

Land of Nod
Black Fire
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12:00 pm
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.