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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 11/11/13

Monday, November 11th:

5:59am: Vijay Iyer: "Human Nature", from "Solo."

6:20am: Laurence Juber and Preston Reed: "Last Train", from "Groovemasters, Vol. 1."

6:49am: Oz Noy: "Cosmic Background", from "Fuzzy."

6:58am: John Zorn: "The Dreamachine", from "Dreamachines."

7:20am: Bad Plus: "You Are", from "Never Stop."

7:58am: Donald Fagen: "New Frontier", from "The Nightfly."

8:20am: Jesse Cook: "Cafe Mocha", from "Frontiers."

8:39am: Allen Toussaint: "St. James Infirmary", from "The Bright Mississippi."

8:50am: Jupiter Coyote: "Parkway Blue Binder", from "JC Live."

8:59am: Louis Armstrong: "Wild Man Blues", from "Greatest Hits."

Tuesday, November 12th:

5:59am: Jesse Cook: "Rain", from "Frontiers."

6:20am: Wayne Krantz: "Tomorrow Never Knows", from "Come Together: Guitar Tribute to the Beatles, Vol. 2."

6:49am: Grateful Dead: "Help on the Way", Live from the Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL., 5/22/77.

6:58am: Wilco: "Impossible Germany", from "Sky Blue Sky."

7:20am: NY Ska Jazz Ensemble: "Zinc", from "Minor Moods."

7:58am: Christian McBride: "Walking on the Moon", from "Sci-Fi."

8:20am: Brian Eno and John Cale: "Spinning Away", from "Wrong Way Up."

8:39am: String Cheese Incident: "Under African Skies", from "Trick or Treat."

8:50am: Skeewiff: "Giggity", from "Private Funktion."

8:59am: Aaron Parks: "Praise", from "Invisible Cinema."

Wednesday, November 13th:

5:59am: Spirit Jazz Project: "Peaceful, Like a Child", from "Square Peg."

6:20am: Tito Puente: "All Blues", from "Goza Mi Timbal." 

6:49am: Dave Holland and Prism: "A New Day", from "Prism."

6:58am: Benevento Russo Duo: "Bronko's Blues", from "Best Reason to Buy the Sun."

7:20am: Tom Waits: "2:19", from "Orphans."

7:58am: Lou Donaldson: "It's Your Thing", from "Droppin' Science."

8:20am: Lonnie Smith: "Spinning Wheel", from "Drives."

8:50am: Chris Joss: "The Wait", from "You've Been Spiked."

8:59am: Ocote Soul Sounds: "Revolt of the Cockroach Peoples", from " Coconut Rock Deluxe Edition."

Thursday, November 14th:

5:59am: Brad Mehldau: "Days of Dilbert Delaney", from "Ode."

6:20am: Doug Perkins: "Snowflake Jig", from "Music for Flat-Top Guitar."

6:49am: Oteil and the Peacemakers: "Butter Biscuit", from "Love of a Lifetime."

6:58am: Kurt Rosenwinkel: "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)", from "Disney Jazz, Vol. 1."

7:20am: Twiddle: "Apples", from "Somewhere on the Mountain."

7:58am: Herbie Hancock: "All Apologies", from 'The New Standard."

8:20am: Hot Tuna: "John's Other", from "First Pull Up, Then Pull Down."

8:39am: Grateful Dead with Branford Marsalis: "Shakedown Street", Live from Madison Square Garden, NYC, 9/10/91. 

8:59am: Josh Roseman Unit: "Don't Be Cruel", from "Cherry."

Friday, November 15th:

5:59am: Soulive and Karl Denson: "Soul Sides", from "Spark!"

6:20am: Perpetual Groove: "All This Everything, Part 1", from "All This Everything."

6:49am: David Ornette Cherry: "Underground Funk Hit Me Again", from "It Could Be Different."

6:58am: String Cheese Incident: "Little Hands", from "A String Cheese Incident."

7:20am: Grateful Dead: "Big Railroad Blues", Live from Rotterdam Civic Hall, Netherlands, 5/11/72.

7:58am: Eric McFadden: "Take the A Train", from "Holy Smokes."

8:20am: Brian Bromberg: "The Wind Cries Mary", from "Bromberg Plays Hendrix."

8:39am: George Duke: "Up From the Sea It Arose and Ate Rio in One Swift Bite", from "The Essential George Duke."

8:50am: Bruce Hornsby: "Lady With a Fan (Terrapin Station)", from "Jerry Jams for Rex."

8:59am: Michael Brook: "Carving", from the soundtrack to the film "Into the Wild."

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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