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Playlist from 11/05/2008 @ 9:00pm

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

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Ryan Adams

Let Us Down Easy
Cardinology 2008 via Lost Highway
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Bill Frisell

Boubacar
The Intercontinentals 2003 via Nonesuch
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Louise Hoffsten

Baby, Don't You Tear My Clothes
Knackebrod Blues 2002 via Memphis Int'l
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The Jesus and Mary Chain

Come On
Stoned & Dethroned 1994 via Warner Brothers
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11:40 pm
Acoustic Saturday Nights (click for more info)
The Grand River Folk Arts Society presents "Acoustic Saturday Nights" at The Wealthy Theatre. In November, the event welcomes Michael P. Smith on the 8th, Mustard's Retreat on the 15th and Nobody's Darlin' on the 22nd. All shows begin at 8:00pm. For more information on these concerts, please visit: grfolkarts.org.

COMPILATIONS

Black President
Mandela 1996 via Polygram Records

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Thievery Corporation

Mandala
Radio Retaliation 2008 via Eighteenth Street
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Thievery Corporation

Sound the Alarm
Radio Retaliation 2008 via Eighteenth Street
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Tom Waits

Fish in the Jailhouse
Orphans (Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards) 2006 via Anti
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Doves

Pounding
The Last Broadcast 2002 via Capitol
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11:20 pm
Legacy Project (click for more info)
88.1 FM WYCE announces the Legacy Project, an effort to preserve your music that has lost its home on the radio. The Legacy Project needs your LPs and 45s for archival and potential addition to our new Sunday night programming! More information on the WYCE Legacy Project is available at wycelegacy dot blogspot dot com, or email matt@wyce.org [Archival = ar-KIVE-al]

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La Femme d'Argent
Moon Safari 1998 via Caroline
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Old Crow Medicine Show

Tell It To Me
Old Crow Medicine Show 2004 via Nettwerk Records
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Jenny Lewis

Jack Killed Mom
Acid Tongue 2008 via Warner Bros.
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11:00 pm
Toast and Jams (click for more info)
From 7 to 9 weekday mornings, Toast and Jams fortifies your day with WYCE’s eclectic commercial-free music! At 8:20 we bring you The First Amendment Quote of the Day – a salute to free expression from notable figures past and present. At 8:30 it’s Earth and Sky: A Clear Voice for Science. Plus in-studio interviews with local non-profit organizations, artist birthday celebrations and This Day in Music. Toast and Jams! weekday mornings on listener sponsored 88.1 FM WYCE!

Ben Bowen King

Great Speckled Bird
Sidewalk Saints- Roots Gospel Guitar 2006 via Talking Taco Music
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COMPILATIONS

Nine
20 Ways to Float Through Walls 2007 via Crammed Disc Us

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Joe Henry

Fireman's Wedding
Kindness Of The World 1993 via Mammoth / Pgd

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Jem

It's Amazing
Down to Earth 2008 via ATO RECORDS / RED
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The Tao of Groove

Cha Cha Cha 57
Fresh Goods 2002 via Groove Gravy
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10:40 pm
Meanwhile Film: Scarface (click for more info)
The Meanwhile Bar and Wealthy Theatre present the Meanwhile Film Series Tuesday nights at 8pm in the Koning Micro-Cinema. Tuesday, November 11th the Meanwhile Film Series presents Scarface, the 1983 Brian DePalma film starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. Also on the way are Wes Anderson's Rushmore, November 18th and Pee Wee's Big Adventure November 25th. More information on these and other Wealthy Theatre events is available at grcmc.org/theatre

The Dixie Hummingbirds

Too Many Troubles
Diamond Jubilation- 75th Anniversary 2003 via Rounder / Pgd
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Bap Kennedy

Unforgiven
Domestic Blues 1998 via E Squared
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Dwight Yoakam

I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
Dwight's Used Records 2004 via Koch Records
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K's Choice

Breakfast
The Great Subconscious Club 1993 via Sony
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10:20 pm
Programmer Training Class (click for more info)
Ever thought it would be fun to be a WYCE volunteer programmer? Here's your chance. WYCE is now taking applications for our Spring Programmer Training Class! You could be the next to join us on-air to share our eclectic music mix. WYCE Programmer Training Applications are available at the front desk of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center main office, located on the second floor of the West Side Library at 711 Bridge St NW. More information is available by emailing matt@wyce.org

Etta James

Born Blue
Live From San Francisco 1994 via Sbme Special Mkts.
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Taj Mahal

She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule to Ride)
The Real Thing 2000 via Sony
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Solomon Burke

Introduction: Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
Live At The House Of Blues 1994 via Shout Factory
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(REQUESTED)

Puffy Amiyumi

Missing You Baby
Splurge 2006 via Tofu Records
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Gaelic Storm

Human to a God
What's The Rumpus? 2008 via Mri Associated

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Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson

Wildflower
Rattlin' Bones 2008 via Sugarhill
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10:00 pm
(Generic) Gift of Life (click for more info)
If you are interested in making a commitment to be an organ and tissue donor you can sign up on the Michigan Organ Donor Registry online at giftoflifemichigan.org or by calling 800-482-4881.

The Bad Plus

Life On Mars
Prog 2007 via Heads Up
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Mike Doughty

American Car
Haughty Melodic 2005 via Ato Records
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G. Love & Special Sauce

Who's Got the Weed
Superhero Brother 2008 via Brushfire Records
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9:40 pm
Programmer Training Class (click for more info)
Ever thought it would be fun to be a WYCE volunteer programmer? Here's your chance. WYCE is now taking applications for our Fall Programmer Training Class! You could be the next to join us on-air to share our eclectic mix of Folk, Blues, Jazz, Rock and Worldbeat music. The new Programmer Class convenes for four consecutive weeks beginning Tuesday, November 25th. WYCE Programmer Training Applications are available at the front desk of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center main office, located on the second floor of the West Side Library at 711 Bridge St NW. More information is available by emailing matt@wyce.org.

Hans Theessink & Terry Evans

Glory of Love
Visions 2008 via Blue Groove
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Lucinda Williams

Well Well Well
Little Honey 2008 via Lost Highway
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John Hammond

Found Love
Found True Love 1995 via Virgin Records
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MC Yogi

Krishna Love
Elephant Power 2008 via White Swan
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9:20 pm
Drew Emmitt Band (click for more info)
The 2008 WYCE Fall Hat Trick Concert Series comes to a close with the Drew Emmitt Band. Drew Emmitt, the dynamic lead singer and mandolin player with the popular jam-band Leftover Salmon, is a true renaissance man on musical instruments. Playing mandolin, guitar, fiddle, banjo, harmonica, flute and electric guitar, he's a string man to be reckoned with. This show benefits Benjamin’s Hope, dedicated to creating environments where families impacted by developmental disability receive clinical, emotional, and spiritual support, and where people with special needs reach their greatest individual potential. The Drew Emmitt Band, Monday November 17th at 7:30pm at One Trick Pony, 136 E. Fulton. For more information, please visit the concert page at wyce.org. The 2008 Hat Trick Concert Series is presented by the law firm of Rhoades McKee. Lodging is provided by Peaches Bed & Breakfast. Audio support is provided by Mark Swanson.

The Final Solution

Girl In My Life
Brotherman 2008 via Numero
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Albert King

Look Out
Live Wire - Blues Power 1968 via Stax
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Andrew Bird

Heretics
Armchair Apocrypha 2007 via Fat Possum Records
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Rilo Kiley

Silver Lining
Under The Blacklight 2007 via Warner Bros.
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Lucy Kaplansky

(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding
Flesh And Bone 1996 via Red House
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9:00 pm
Post Drive Appeal (click for more info)
The on-air portion of WYCE’s Fall Fund Drive is completed, but we still need your support to reach our fund raising goal. Community Radio depends on your donations to bring you the eclectic mix of music you appreciate. During tough economic times, your contribution to WYCE is more important than ever. If you did not have a chance to donate during the drive, please do so now online at wyce.org, or by calling Janet at 616/459-4788 extension 133. You can also sign up for WYCE’s Sustaining Circle. For as little as $10 a month, you can have your monthly donation automatically deducted from your bank account. Call for details on how to make your support to Community Radio a truly sustaining gift.