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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds For the Week of 11/17/14

Monday, November 17:   All Hail The New Clock/Time Change!

5:59am: Salsa Rosso: "Time After Time", from "The Guitar Collection."

6:18am: Bill Frisell: "Turn Turn Turn", from "Guitar in the Space Age."

6:30am: Fred Benedetti: "Time In A Bottle", from "Moondance: Acoustic Guitar Classics, Vol. 3."

6:32:30: Joshua Redman: "The Times They Are A-Changin'", from "Timeless Tales (For Changing Times)."

6:41: Chicago: "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?", from "Chicago Transit Authority."

6:59am: Henry Mancini: "As Time Goes By", from "As Time Goes By and Other Classic Love Songs."

7:32am: Miles Davis: "Time After Time", from the album of the same name.

7:50am: Medeski, Martin, Scofield, and Wood: "The Times They Are A-Changin'", from "Juice."

7:59am: Brian Bromberg: "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?", from "Compared To That."

8:07am: Pharoah Sanders: "Astral Traveling", from "Thembi."

8:18am: The Chamber Brothers: "Time Has Come Today", from "The Time Has Come."

8:30am: King Curtis: "A Change Is Gonna Come", from "Best of King Curtis."

8:32am: Cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show: "Time Warp", from the soundtrack to the film.

8:41am: Victor Wooten: "The Lesson", from "Palmystery."

8:59am: David Grisman: "Dark Star", from "Stolen Roses."

Tuesday, November 18:

5:59am: Bad Plus: "Flim", from "These Are the Vistas."

6:18am: Bryan Ferry Orchestra: "Don't Stop the Dance", from "The Jazz Age."

6:30am: The Police: "The Bed's Too Big Without You", from "Greatest Hits."

6:32:30: Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare: "The Bed's Too Big Without You", from "Midnight Raver Sounds."

6:41am: Moses Guest: "Saint Mo", from "Moses Guest."

6:59am: Galactic: "Everybody Wants Some (Part 1)", from "Coolin' Off."

7:18am: Big Wu: "Kangaroo", from "Tracking Buffalo Through the Bathtub."

7:30am: Greyboy Allstars: "Deck Shoes", from "What Happened To Television?"

7:41am: Oz Noy: "Whole Tone Blues", from "Twisted Blues, Vol. 1."

7:59am: The Beatles: "The Word", from "Rubber Soul."

8:18am: Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band: "Get Smart", from "Life In the Bubble."

8:30am: Grateful Dead: "Mississippi Half Step", from "Dave's Picks Vol. 1, Live from The Mosque, Richmond, VA., 5/25/77."

8:41am: New Mastersounds: "Drop It Down", from "The New Mastersounds."

8:59am: Brad Mehdlau: "Wonderwall", from "Brad Mehldau Trio: Live."

Wednesday, November 19:

5:59am: Jerry Douglas: "The Hymn of Ordinary Motion", from "Skip, Hop, and Wobble."

6:18am: John Zorn: "Gevurah", from "Bar Kokhba."

6:30am: Booker T and the MG's:  "Get Behind the Mule", from "Potato Hole."

6:59am: Charlie Hunter: "Lively Up Yourself", from "Natty Dread."

7:18am Scott Law Reunion Band: "Sugaree", Live from the GoodFoot Lounge, Portland, OR., 2/7/12.

7:41: New Soul Underground: "Greasy Feet", from the album of the same.

7:30am Stanley Clarke: "Pop Virgil", from "Up!"

7:41am The Real Tuesday Weld: "Return I Will To Old Brazil."

7:50: Stevie Ray Riviera Vaughan: "Riviera Paradise", from "Greatest Hits."

7:59am: Frank Vignola: "Eye of the Tiger", from "Melody Magic."

8:18am: Jerry Garcia Band: "Stop That Train", Live from Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY., 8/5/90.

8:30am: Richard Elliot: "You Haven't Done Nothin'", from "Twist of Motown."

8:41am: Galactic: "Church", from "Coolin' Off."

8:59am: Treme Brass Band: "You Are My Sunshine", from "The Treme Brass Band."

Thursday, November 20:

5:59am: Adrian Legg: "The One-Eyed Turk", from "Guitar Bones."

6:18am: Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate: "Ruby", from "Ali and Toumani."

6:30am/6:32:30am:  Papa Grows Funk: "Yakiniku", from "Live At the Leaf."

6:41am: Arlen Roth: "Cruisn' Coupe", from "Drive It Home."

6:59am: Tony Rice: "Port Tobacco", from "The Bluegrass Guitar Collection."

7:18am: Chris Joss: "A Soft Rerpise", from "Sticks."

7:30am: Addison Groove Project: "Beantown", Live from the Funk Box, Baltimore, MD., 11/16/03.

7:41am: Trombone Shorty: "Backatown", from the album of the same name.

7:50am: Lynne Arriale Trio: "Iko Iko", from "Come Together."

7:59am: James Taylor Quartet: "Mrs. Robinson", from "Mission Impossible."

8:18am: Snarky Puppy: "Tio Macaco", from "We Like It Here."

8:30am/8:31:30am: Grateful Dead: "China Cat Sunflower/MLB Jam", Live from Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA., 11/11/73.

8:41am: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: "All In", from "Fly."

8:59am:  Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola: "Candy-O", from "The Cars."

Friday, November 21:

5:59am: Emile Norman Sextet: "Senor Blues", from "Ready or Not, Deep Jazz Grooves: From the CBC Radio Canada Archive 1967-1977."

6:18am:  Charlie Hunter: "Fine Corinthian Leather", from "Baboon Strength."

6:30am/6:32:30am:  Jesse Cook: "Cafe Mocha", from "Frontiers."

6:41am: New Mastersounds: "Six Underground", from "Be Yourself."

6:59am: Yellow Dubmarine: "Sun King", from "Abbey Dub."

7:18am: Electric Sorcery: "M'Dano", from "Electric Sorcery."

7:30am/7:32:30am: Allman Brothers: "Jessica", from "Brothers and Sisters."

7:41am: Modern Groove Syndicate: "Back In the Kitchen (w/Terry)", from "Modern Groove Syndicate."

7:50am: Simon James: "A Good Year For the Roses", from "Ultimate Acoustic."

7:59am: Mocean Worker: "Jive Jive Jive", from "Candygram For Mowo!"

8:18am: Cassandra Wilson: "Blackbird", from "Silver Pony."

8:30am/8:31:30am:  Grateful Dead: "Stir It Up Jam", Live from the Capital Centre, Landover, MD., 3/21/91.

8:41am: Kool and the Gang: "Breezes and Soul", from "Greatest Hits."

8:59am:  Brian Bromberg: "The Wind Cries Mary", from "Bromberg Plays Hendrix."

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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