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3:10 AM Jorge Ben Jor Hello Good Looking Live from Rio Warner Music
Break Your Radio, with The Liz.

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You don't need a reason to play a bunch of Bowie.

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9:35 PM Sheila Chandra Speaking in tongues II Weavin my ancestors' voices
9:24 PM Gipsy Kings Cafe Pasajero
Face the Music, with .

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Fats Waller: Live radio jams and film soundtracks!

7:48 PM Fats Waller {and a team of buck dancers!} from the soundtrack of the motion picture "King of Burlesque" 1935 I've Got My Fingers Crossed 1939/1940 Private Acetates & Film Soundtracks Jazz Anthology/Musidisc
Bleached Meat, with Brandok. 5:09 PM TWIN PEAKS MAKING BREAKFAST WILD ONION GRAND JURY '14
Selective Memory, with Courtney. 2:55 PM Andre Arpino African King Shake Sauvage Crippled Dick Hot Wax
Short Stack, with Manos.

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Happy birthday to Count Basie (1904-1984), Art Farmer (1928-1999), Jackie DeShannon (1944)

8:24 AM Jackie DeShannon I'm Looking For Someone To Love Come And Get Me: The Complete Liberty Singles Vol. 2 Ace
6:40 AM Beverley Jones with The Prestons Hear You Talking Destroy That Boy! More Girls with Guitars Ace/ Parlophone 1964
The Moon or Darkness, with Alyssa. 4:23 AM King Oliver and His Dixie Syncopators West End Blues
Local Music Show, with . W
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9:59 PM his name is alive around you / every tree / weekend king of sweet handmade birds
9:59 PM his name is alive around you / every tree / weekend king of sweet handmade birds
9:50 PM al Fisher working in harry's room al Fisher plays bass
Freeform, with Pete. 10:25 AM Dick Gregory Checking Out Whites And Riots The Best Of Tomato
One Louder, with .

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Message to the Grass Roots was a speech delivered by Malcolm X at the King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit Michigan in November 1963. The gathering was organized by the militant Group on Advanced Leadership [GOAL]. THE "GOAL" WAS to meet and decide upon the course of the struggle for Black Militants for the months to come.

12:55 AM THE WALKER BROTHERS THE ELECTRICIAN NITE FLIGHTS GTO/CBS
12:48 AM CHEETAH CHROME ROLLIN' VOODOO SOLO PLOWBOY RECORDS
12:44 AM PERE UBU THE ROADTRIP OF BIPASHA AHMED LADY FROM SHANGHAI FIRE RECORDS
12:43 AM ROCKET FROM THE TOMBS SIX AND TWO BARFLY FIRE RECORDS
12:33 AM DEAD BOYS SON OF SAM WE HAVE COME FOR YOUR CHILDREN SIRE
12:30 AM PANSY DIVISION WHO TREATS YOU RIGHT THE ESSENTIAL... ALTERNATIVE TENTACLES
12:27 AM THE GANTS SIX DAYS IN MAY THE BEST OF... SUNDAZED
12:27 AM THE FUZZTONES THE NIGHT OF THE VAMPIRE MONSTER A-GO-GO SKREAMIN' SKULL
12:20 AM UKRAINIANS THE PINE TREE IS BURNING RESPUBLIKA OMNIUM RECORDINGS
12:04 AM OXES RUSSIA IS HERE OXXXES MONITOR RECORDS
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11:18 PM MALCOLM X MESSAGE TO THE GRASSROOTS MESSAGE TO THE GRASSROOTS CHARISMA DISTRIBUTORS
11:18 PM FUGAZI RECLAMATION STEADY DIET OF NOTHING DISCHORD
10:46 PM MALCOLM X MESSAGE TO THE GRASSROOTS MESSAGE TO THE GRASSROOTS CHARISMA DISTRIBUTORS
10:41 PM THEE OOPS GLOBAL WARMING HAPPY CHARLIE SLOVENLY
10:40 PM THE QUEERS LITTLE RICH WORKING CLASS OI-BOY BEYOND THE VALLEY HOPELESS RECORDS
10:38 PM DRAIN MARTYRS ROAD 7" TRANCE SYNDICATE RECORDS
10:36 PM MELVINS NIGHT GOAT 7" AMPHETAMINE REPTILE
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