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Playlist from 09/16/2007 @ 12:00pm

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Pumpkin Pie
This Is The Place 2005 via Big O. Records


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Lucinda Williams

I Lost It
Car Wheels On A Gravel Road 1998 via Island / Mercury
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James Brown

Get Up Offa That Thing
The 50th Anniversary Collection 2003 via Utv Records
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Hot Chip

(Just Like We) Breakdown
The Warning 2006 via Astralwerks
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2:40 pm


The Mollusk
The Mollusk 1997 via Elektra / Wea
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TV on the Radio

Return to Cookie Mountain [Bonus Tracks] 2006 via 4ad Records UK
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Medeski Martin & Wood

Chubb Sub
Friday Afternoon In The Universe 1994 via Gramavision
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Devil in a Woodpile

Keep on Drinkin'
Devil In A Woodpile 1998 via Bloodshot Records
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Bob Dylan & The Band

I Shall Be Released
Before The Flood 1974 via Sony
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2:20 pm

My Morning Jacket

It Beats 4 U
Z 2005 via Ato Records / Red
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The White Stripes

Bone Broke
Icky Thump 2007 via Warner Bros / Wea
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Ray Charles

It Should've Been Me
The Birth of Soul Volume One 1991 via Capital
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Tom Waits

Drunk on the Moon
The Heart of Saturday Night 1974 via Elektra
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King Curtis

A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Live at Fillmore West
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2:00 pm

The Dynamites

Can You Feel It
Kaboom! 2007 via Thirty Tigers
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Morning Bell
Kid A 2000 via Capitol
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Various/Unknown Artist

Let Down
Radiodread 2006 via Easy Star
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Kelly Watch the Stars
Moon Safari 1998 via Caroline
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1:40 pm
HipCool (click for more info)
The Community Media Center's Spotlight Series at Wealthy Theatre continues Saturday September 22nd with HipCool: a Beat Poetry & Performance Revival. "Spontaneous creativity" and "purposeful chaos" are phrases that apply to the cultural renaissance of the 50's and 60's "beat era". In this one-of-a-kind event, the audience will be immersed in the literature, art and music of the period. HipCool is a production of the Community Media Center and directed by Greg Bliss. Poets and musicians, experimental video and dramatic interpretation of key Beat moments will grace the stage of Wealthy Theatre. That's HipCool September 22nd 8:00pm at Wealthy Theatre. Tickets are available by calling 459-4788 x131, more information online


It Could Be Sweet
Dummy 1994 via Polygram Records
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Shades of Blue 2003 via Toshiba EMI
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Sky Blue Sky 2007 via Nonesuch
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Mary Chapin Carpenter

Shut Up And Kiss Me
Party Doll And Other Favorites 1999 via Sony
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Al Green

Al Green's Greatest Hits 1995 via Capitol
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1:20 pm
Calvin (click for more info)
WYCE and Calvin College welcome Erin McKeown for a concert at Ladies' Literary Club on Monday, October 1st. Erin McKeown has been a long-time favorite of WYCE listeners and programmers. She is touring in support of "Lafayette" -- her most recent release, and her first live album. Information about the October 1st show can be found on the student activities page at Tickets are available through the Calvin box office, at 616-526-6282.

Nina Simone

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Iris Dement

Our Town
Infamous Angel 1992 via Warner Brothers
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Joni Mitchell

A Case of You
Blue 1971 via Reprise / Wea
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1:00 pm
Listener feedback (click for more info)
WYCE wants to hear from you. Do you have compliments or complaints about what you hear on WYCE? Is there something you'd like to hear more or less of? We want to know how you, the community, feel about your community radio station. There are two ways to provide your feedback to WYCE. You can either go to our website,, and fill out the online survey, or you can call and leave a message on our listener feedback line. That number is 616-459-4788 x222. Thanks for helping us make WYCE the best it can be.

Jack Johnson

F-Stop Blues
Brushfire Fairytales 2000 via Universal
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Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
Jackie Brown - Music from the Motion Picture 1997 via Maverick


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Live at Stubb's 2005 via Or. Music
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Beastie Boys

Off The Grid
The Mix-Up 2007 via Capitol
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Talking Heads

Road To Nowhere
Popular Favorites 1976-1992-Sand In the Vaseline 1992 via Sire / London/Rhino
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12:40 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

Mo' Horizons

Shake It Loose
...and the New Bohemian Freedom 2003 via Stereo Deluxe
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Bo Diddley

I'm A Man
His Best 1997 via Chess
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George Harrison

Apple Scruffs
All Things Must Pass
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Van Morrison

Veedon Fleece
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Dr. John

Everyone Wanna Get Rich Rite Away
What It Is! Funky Soul and Rare Grooves
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12:20 pm
20 Years in 20 Days (click for more info)
To celebrate 20 years of folk, blues, jazz, rock and worldbeat programming on WYCE, we're taking a trip back through the years, with 20 Years in 20 Days. Over the past three weeks, we've focused on one year in WYCE history each day -- with programmers playing their favorite songs, albums and artists from the featured year. We started with 1987 on Friday, September 21st, and have counted forward from there. We'll wrap up the 20-day experience on Wednesday, October 10th -- the second day of our "Conscious Evolution" fall fund drive.


The New Pollution
Odelay 1996 via Geffen Records
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DJ Spooky

Sweet Like Candy
In Fine Style: DJ Spooky - 50,000 Volts of Trojan 2006 via Trojan Us
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Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
20th Century Masters- The Millennium Collection- The Best of Parliament 2005 via Mercury / Universal
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Stevie Wonder

Sir Duke
The Definitive Collection 2002 via Motown
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12:00 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 The box office phone number is 234-3946.