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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds For the Week of 4/28/14

Tuesday, April 29th:

5:59am: Tord Gustavsen Trio: "Blessed Feet", from "Being There."

6:20am: Happy Apple: "Very Small Rock", from "Back on Top."

6:49am: Pete Huttlinger: "I Wish", from "Fingerpicking Wonder: The Music of Stevie Wonder."

6:58am: Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales: "Da Bird Song", from "Hooteroll?'

7:20am: Laurence Juber: "Blue Guitar Blues", from "PCH."

7:58am: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: "All In", from "Fly: The Customs Prelude."

8:20am: Adam Levy: "West L.A. Fadeaway", from "Town and Country."

8:39am: Pete Huttlinger: "Sir Duke", from "Fingerpicking Wonder: The Music of Stevie Wonder." (Happy Birthday Duke Ellington!)

8:50am: Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola: "Candy-O", from "The Cars."

8:59am: CMH Various Artists: "Truckin'", from "Swingin' To the Grateful Dead."

Wednesday, April 30th:

5:59am: Amos Hoffman: "Silence", from "Evolution."

6:20am: Trio Subtonic: "The Coop", from "The Aqueous."

6:49am: Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola: "Let's Go", from "The Cars."

6:58am: The North: "Blowin' In the Wind", from "Slow Down (This Isn't the Mainland)."

7:20am: Nightmares on Wax: "You Wish", from "In a Space Outta Sound."

7:58am: Elvis Costello and The Roots: "Cinco Minutos Con Vos", from "Wise Up Ghost."

8:20am: Grateful Dead: "The Music Never Stopped", Live from Boston Music Hall, 6/12/76.

8:39am: Greyboy Allstars: "Left Coast Boogaloo", from "What Happened To Television?"

8:50am: Adam Levy: "Town and Country", from the album of the same name.

8:59am: Bill Frisell: "Blues for Los Angeles", from "East/West."

Thursday, May 1st:

5:59am: Herbie Hancock: "Norwegian Wood", from "The New Standard."

6:20am: Andy Summers: "Ruby My Dear", from "Green Chimneys: The Music of Thelonius Monk."

6:49am: Jesse Cook: "Rain", from "Frontiers."

6:58am: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: "Rebel Rousing", from "Fly: The Customs Prelude."

7:20am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Silk", from "20."

7:58am: Nir Felder: "Before the Tsars", from "Golden Age."

8:20am: Led Zeppelin: "Fool in the Rain", from "In Through the Out Door."

8:39am: Grateful Dead: "Morning Dew", from "Dick's Picks Vol. 3, Live at the Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL., 5/22/77."

8:50am: RJD2: "A Beautiful Mine", from "Magnificent City Instrumentals."

8:59am: Richard Elliot: "You Haven't Done Nothin'", from "Twist of Motown."

Friday, May 2nd:

5:59am: Leo Kottke: "Even His Feet Look Sad", from "One Guitar, No Vocals."

6:20am: Aaron Parks: "Riddle Me This", from "Invisible Cinema."

6:49am: Crimson Jazz Trio: "Matte Kudasai", from "King Crimson Songbook, Vol. 1."

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider", Live from the Olympia Theater, Paris, France, 5/3/72.

7:20am: Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola: "Good Times Roll", from "The Cars."

7:58am: Adam Levy: "I Love Paris", from "Town and Country."

8:20am: Trombone Shorty: "Hurricane Season", from "Backatown."

8:39am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Bemsha Swing", from "It's a Jungle in Here."

8:50am: Traffic: "The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys", from the album of the same name.

8:59am: McCoy Tyner: "Afro Blue", from the album of the same name.

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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