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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 9/23/13

Monday, September 23rd:

5:59am: John Scofield: "Endless Summer", from "Uberjam Deux."

6:20am: Sim Redmond Band: "Good Thoughts", from "The Sim Redmond Band."

6:49am: Benevento Russo Duo: "Bronko's Blues", from "Best Reason to Buy the Sun."

6:58am: RJD2: "A Beautiful Mine", from "Magnificent City Instrumentals."

7:20am: Rez Abbasi Trio: "The Cure", from "Continuous Beat."

7:58am: Klaus Weiland: "Autumn Leaves", from "Internationale Volkslieder."

8:20am: Joe Morris and Ray Riendeau: "Benny and the Jets", from "Groove Therapy."

8:39am: Shawn Lee and the Ping Pong Orchestra: "Song for David", from "Voices and Choices."

8:50am: Stephane Wrembel: "The Selfish Gene", from "Origins."

8:59am: All India Radio: "Lo-Fi Groovy", from "Permanent Evolutions."

Tuesday, September 24th:

5:59am: The Poets of Rhythm: "Discern/Define", from the album of the same name.

6:20am: Handa-McGraw and the Internationals: "Dreamcatcher Dance", from the EP of the same name.

6:49am: Aaron Goldberg, Ali Jackson, and Omer Avital: "Blue Maraba", from "Yes!"

6:58am: Jerry Garcia Band: "That's What Love Will Make You Do", Live from Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA., 10/17/75.

7:20am: Depeche Mode: "Route 66", from "Singles Box 4."

7:58am: Noam Pikelny: "Jim Thompson's Horse", from "Beat the Devil and Carry A Rail">Brian Hughes: "Cafe Sin Nombre", from "A Fast Train to a Quiet Place."

8:20am: Moses Guest: "Saint Mo", from "Moses Guest."

8:39am: Tim Ries: "Ruby Tuesday", from "The Rolling Stones Project."

8:50am: Old and In the Way: "Jerry's Breakdown", from "Breakdown."

8:59am: Grateful Dead: "Dark Star", Live from Lincoln, Nebraska, 2/26/73.

Wednesday, September 25th:

5:59am: Bryan Ferry Orchestra: "Love is the Drug", from "The Jazz Age."

6:20am: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: "Riviera Paradise", from "The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble."

6:49am: Freddie King: "Hide Away", from "The Best of Freddie King."

6:58am: Twiddle: "Beethoven and Greene", from "Somewhere on the Mountain."

7:20am: Grateful Dead: "Eyes of the World", Live from Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ., 6/18/76.

7:58am: Damian Erskine: "Costa Del Sol", from "Trios."

8:20am: Bruce Cockburn: "Foxglove", from "Speechless: The Instrumental Bruce Cockburn."

8:39am: Radio Citizen: "Thema", from "Hope and Despair."

8:50am: String Cheese Incident: "Eyes of the World", from "Jerry Jams for Rex."

8:59am: Brassroots: "Special Cut", from "Black Eye Friday."

Thursday, September 26th:

5:59am: Jan Hammer and Jeff Beck: "Drive", from the album of the same name.

6:20am: Kurt Vile: "He's Alright", from the album of the same name.

6:49am: Doug Perkins: "Garlic Patch Rag", from "Music For Flat-Top Guitar."

6:58am: Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers: "Stander on the Mountain", from "Free Noise: Dagle's Choice, Vol. 1."

7:20am: The Apples: "Kings", from the album of the same name.

7:58am: Bob Dylan and the Band: "Open the Door, Homer", from "The Basement Tapes."

8:20am: New Mastersounds: "The Road to Fuji Rock", from "Ten Years On."

8:39am: Noam Pikelny: "My Mother Thinks I'm a Lawyer", from "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail."

8:50am: Yaziko: "Perfect Body", from "Night Over Rio."

8:59am: Various Artists: "Uncle John's Band", from "Pickin' on the Grateful Dead, Vol. 2."

Friday, September 27th:

5:59am: John Scofield: "Camelus", from "Uber Jam Deux."

6:20am: The Combustion Collective: "Sticks", from "Slick."

6:49am: Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls: "Dime Bag Conspiracy", from "Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls."

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "Althea", Live from Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY., 5/7/80.

7:20am: Steely Dan: "Your Gold Teeth II", from "Katy Lied."

7:58am: The Real Tuesday Weld: "Return I Will To Old Brazil", from the single of the same name.

8:20am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "Scherzo and Trio", from "Union Cafe."

8:39am: Robert Walter's 20th Congress: "Hunk", from "Get Thy Bearings."

8:50am: Disco Biscuits: "Have a Cigar", from "Live at Lallapalooza, 2006."

8:59am: Steve Blanco Trio: "Black Dog", from "Piano Warrior."

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 WBUR...as 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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