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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the week of 7/29/13

Tuesday, July 30th:

5:59am: Duke Jordan: "No Problem", from "Flight to Denmark."

6:20am: Ahmad Jamal: "Perugia", from "Crystal."

6:49am: John Scofield: "Endless Summer", from "Uberjam Deux."

6:58am: Maceo Parker: "Inner City Blues", from "Funk Overload."

7:20am: Pretenders: "Space Invader", from "Pretenders."

7:58am: John Hammond: "Wild Horses", from "Rock Steady."

8:20am: Preservation Hall Jazz Band: "That's It!", from the album of the same name.

8:39am: Morphine: "I Know You (Part III)", from "Like Swimming."

8:50am: Mizter Koffee: "Organ Vibe", from "Dirty Martini-A Sultry Blend of Lounge and Chill."

8:59am: Henry Mancini: "Pink Panther Theme Song", from "The Best of Henry Mancini."

Wednesday, July 31st:

5:59am: Herbie Hancock: "Mercy Street", from "The New Standard."

6:20am: Willie Bobo: "Grazing in the Grass", from "Willie Bobo's Finest Hour."

6:49am: David Ornette Cherry: "Free Zone", from "It Could Be Different."

6:58am: Trio Subtonic: "Bombast", from "Cave Dweller."

7:20am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Queen Bee", from "End of the World Party."

7:58am: Jerry Douglas: "King Silkie", from "Traveler."

8:20am: Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers: "Egyptian Reggae", from "Roadrunner: The Beserkley Collection."

8:39am: Michael Hedges: "After the Gold Rush", from "Aerial Boundaries."

8:50am: Richard Elliot: "You Haven't Done Nothin'", from "Twist of Motown."

8:59am: New Monsoon: "Romp", from "New Monsoon V."

Thursday, August 1st:  (Happy Birthday, Jerry Garcia!)

5:59am: Jerry Garcia and David Grisman: "16/16", from "So What."

6:20am: Grateful Dead: "Terrapin Station", Live from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL., 5/17/77.

6:49am: Grateful Dead: "Eyes of the World", Live from Evans Fieldhouse, DeKalb, Ill., 10/29/77.

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "Fire on the Mountain", Live from Chicago Auditorium, 5/13/77.

7:20am: Jazz Is Dead: "Stella Blue", from "Laughing Water."

7:58am: Jerry Garcia and David Grisman: "Milestones", from "So What."

8:20am: Grateful Dead: "Iko Iko", Live from the University of Iowa, 8/10/82.

8:39am: Jerry Garcia Band: "I Second That Emotion", Live from the Warner Theater, Washington, DC., 3/18/78.

8:50am: CMH Various Artists: "Touch of Grey", from "Swingin' With the Grateful Dead."

8:59am: Grateful Dead: "Shakedown Street", Live from the Philadelphia Spectrum, 4/6/82.

Friday, August 2nd:

5:59am: Bill Frisell: "Somewhere", from "Big Sur."

6:20am: Shawn Lee and the Ping Pong Orchestra: "Tablacadabra", from "World of Funk."

6:49am: John Scofield: "Camelus", from "Uberjam Deux."

6:58am: Brian Bromberg: "The Wind Cries Mary", from "Bromberg Plays Hendrix."

7:20am: Jimi Hendrix: "Villanova Junction Blues", from "People, Hell, and Angels."

7:58am: Chris Joss: "Charmer", from "Sticks."

8:20am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "Discover America", from "Union Cafe."

8:39am: The Real Tuesday Weld: "Return I Will to Old Brazil", from the EP of the same name.

8:50am: Greyboy: "Ruffneck Jazz", from "Freestylin'."

8:59am: Oz Noy: "Whole Tone Blues", from "Twisted Blues, Vol. 1."

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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