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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 7/8/13

Monday, July 8th:

5:59am: Bill Frisell: "Roscoe", from "Good Dog, Happy Man."

6:20am: Lettuce: "Dizzer", from "Rage."

6:49am: Aaron Parks: "Roadside Distraction", from "Invisible Cinema."

6:58am: Soul Vendors: "Swing Easy", from "Downbeat the Ruler."

7:20am: John Ellis: "All Up in the Aisles", from "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow."

7:58am: Crimson Jazz Trio: "Ladies of the Road", from "King Crimson Songbook, Vol. 1."

8:20am: Beastie Boys: "Ricky's Theme", from "Ill Communication."

8:39am: Eric McFadden: "Jockey Full of Bourbon", from "Pull a Rabbit Out of His Hat Tribute, Vol. 2."

8:50am: Grateful Dead: "Hideaway", Live from Harding Theater, San Francisco, CA., 11/7/71.

8:59am: Buckshot LeFonque (Branford Marsalis): "James Brown Parts 1 and 2", from "Music Evolution."

Tuesday, July 9th:

5:59am: Janek Gwizdala: "Mana", from "Live at the 55Bar."

6:20am: Don Ross: "It's Fun Being Lucky", from "Robot Monster."

6:49am: Galactic: "Black-Eyed Pea", from "Late for the Future."

6:58am: Soulive: "Drive My Car", from "Rubber Soulive."

7:20am: Doug Wamble: "Castles Made of Sand", from "Doug Wamble."

7:58am: Big Sam's Funky Nation: "The Way It Is", from "Peace, Love, and Understanding."

8:20am: Talking Heads: "Naive Melody (This Must Be the Place)", from "Speaking In Tongues."

8:39am: Phish: "Boogie On Reggae Woman", Live from American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL., 12/30/09.

8:50am: Herbie Hancock: "All Apologies", from "The New Standard."

8:59am: Vibes Alive: "Mantra", from "Best of Cookin'."

Wednesday, July 10th:

5:59am: Brad Mehldau: "Twiggy", from "Ode."

6:20am: John Scofield: "Behind Closed Doors", from "This Meets That."

6:49am: Leo Kottke: "Busted Bicycle", from "6-and-12-String Guitar."

6:58am: J.J. Johnson: "Willie Chase", from the Soundtrack to the film "Willie Dynamite."

7:20am: Oz Noy: "Epistrofunk", from "Fuzzy."

7:58am: Stephane Wrembel: "La Foule", from "Introducing Stephane Wrembel."

8:20am: Grateful Dead: "St. Stephen", Live from St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, MO., 5/15/77.

8:39am: Stanley Clarke: "Game", from "The Toys of Men."

8:50am: Jazz Mandolin Project: "Scheherazade", from "After Dinner Jams."

8:59am: Charlie Hunter: "All Hell Broke Loose", from "Come in Red Dog, This is Tango Leader."

Thursday, July 11th:

5:59am: Patrice Rushen: "Red Clay", from "Piano, Bass , and Drums."

6:20am: Patricia Barber: "The Beat Goes On", from "Companion."

6:49am: Charles Mingus: "Summertime", from the album of the same name.

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "Minglewood Blues", Live from Memorial Coliseum, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL., 5/17/77.

7:20am: Bryan Ferry Orchestra: "Don't Stop the Dance", from "The Jazz Age."

7:58am: Pharoah Sanders: "Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt", from "Tauhid."

8:20am: Basement Freaks: "Nova Monkeys", from "Urban Jungle."

8:39am: Big Sam's Funky Nation: "Take 5", from "King of the Party."

8:50am: Led Zeppelin: "That's the Way", from "III"

8:59am: Donald Fagen: "New Frontier", from "The Nightfly."

Friday, July 12th:

5:59am: Bill Frisell: "Egg Radio", from "Gone, Just Like A Train."

6:20am: The New Mastersounds: "This Aint Work", from "Be Yourself."

6:49am: Topaz: "Paleo", from "The Afro Dub Sessions."

6:58am: Dizzy Gillespie and Trio Mocoto: "The Truth", from "No Brasil Com."

7:20am: Grateful Dead: "Scarlet Begonias", Live from St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, MO., 5/11/77.

7:58am: South Austin Jug Band: "Little Wing", from "South Austin Jug Band."

8:20am: Marco Benevento: "Atari", from "Invisible Baby."

8:39am: Allman Brothers: "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", from "A Decade of Hits."

8:50am: Phish: "Tweezer Reprise", from a "A Picture of Nectar."

8:59am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "End of the World Party", from "Just In Case."

A graduate of NYU with a Master's Degree in journalism, Mitch has more than 20 years experience in radio news. He got his start as news director at NYU's college station, and moved on to a news director (and part-time DJ position) for commercial radio station WMVY on Martha's Vineyard. But public radio was where Mitch wanted to be and he eventually moved on to Boston where he worked for six years in a number of different capacities at member station a Senior Producer, Editor, and fill-in co-host of the nationally distributed Here and Now. Mitch has been a guest host of the national NPR sports program "Only A Game". He's also worked as an editor and producer for international news coverage with Monitor Radio in Boston.
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