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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds For the Week of 3/30/15

Monday, March 30:

5:59am: Yellow Dubmarine: "Something", from "Abbey Dub."

6:18am: Michael Hedges: "After the Gold Rush", from "Aerial Boundaries."

6:30am: Mocean Worker: "Jive Jive Jive", from "Candygram for Mowo!"

6:41am: Various Artists Pickin' On Series: "After Midnight", from "Picking on Clapton."*

6:59am: Allman Brothers: "Jessica", from "Brothers and Sisters."

7:07am: Jon Brion: "Monday", from the soundtrack to the film "I (heart) Huckabees."

7:18am: Richard Elliot: "You Haven't Done Nothin',", from "Desire."

7:30am: Cameron Mizell: "The Return", from "Tributary."

7:41am: Pretenders: "Space Invader", from "Pretenders."

7:50am: Hot Tuna: "John's Other", from "First Pull Up, Then Pull Down."

7:59am: Arlen Roth: "Layla", from "Drive It Home."*

8:18am: Pink Floyd: "Wish You Were Here", from the album of the same name.

8:30am: Wes Montgomery: "If You Could See Me Now", from "Smokin' At the Half Note."

8:41am: Keith Jarrett: "Part 2A", from "The Koln Concert."

8:59am: Fred Benedetti: "Time In A Bottle", from "Moondance: Acoustic Guitar Classics, Vol. 3."

*-Happy 7oth Birthday Eric Clapton

Tuesday, March 31:

5:59am: Stanley Jordan: "Walking the Dog", from "Discern/Define."

6:18am: Poets of Rhythm: "Fondle Rock", from "Friends."

6:30am: Frank Vignola: "Dust In the Wind", from "Deja Vu."

6:41am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Riffin' Ed", from "Radiolarians II."

6:50am: Topaz: "The Emperor", from "Listen!"

6:59am: Buckshot LeFonque: “Breakfast at Denny’s”, from “Buckshot LeFonque.”

7:18am: Rock Candy Funk Party: "Octopus-E", from "We Want Groove."

7:30am: Skeewiff: "Cheeky Chicken", from "It's All Gone."

7:41am: Kenny Baron: “The Oracle”, from “The Oracle.”

7:50am: The Lounge Lizards: “Big Heart”, from “Live in Tokyo.”

7:59am: Perpetual Groove: "Astro Monkey", from "Sweet Oblivious Antidote."

8:18am: Phish: "555", from "Fuego."

8:30am: Bonerama: "Whipping Post", from "Live From New York."

8:41am: Jamie Saft: "Minor Soul", from "The New Standard."

8:59am: Jazz Is Dead: "Unbroken Chain", from "Blue Light Rain."

Wednesday, April 1: Happy April Fool's Day!

5:59am: Danilo Perez: "Hot Bean Strut", from "Panamonk."

6:18am: Galactic: "Two Clowns", from "Late For the Future."

6:30am: Benny Goodman: "These Foolish Things."

6:41am: Doobie Brothers: "What A Fool Believes", from "Minute By Minute."

6:59am: The Who: "Won't Get Fooled Again", from "Who's Next."

7:07am: Alexandre Desplat: "Kristofferson's Theme", from the soundtrack to the film "Fantastic Mr. Fox." 

7:18am: Joe Jackson: "Fools in Love", from "Live: 1980/1986."

7:30am: Chick Corea and Hiromi: "Fool On the Hill", from "Duet."

7:41am: Grateful Dead: "Ship of Fools", Live from Buffalo War Memorial, Buffalo, NY., 5/9/77.

7:50am: Def Leppard: "Foolin',", from "Pyromania."

7:59am: Led Zeppelin: "Fool In the Rain", from "In Through the Outdoor."

8:07am: George Barnes: "Flinstones Theme", from "Don't Get Around Much Anymore."

8:18am: 365Lessons: "The Joker."

8:30am: Richard Fiechter, Jr: "Fool On the Hill."

8:41am: Various Artists: "Ship of Fools", from "Swingin' To the Grateful Dead."

8:59am: Lester Young: "These Foolish Things Remind Me of You", from the album of the same name.

Thursday, April 2:

5:59am: Ahmad Jamal: "Blue Moon", from "Blue Moon."

6:18am: David Ornette Cherry: "Turkish Garage", from "It Could Be Different."

6:30am: Galactic: "Get A Head On", from "Vintage Reserve."

6:41am: George Marsh and Noam Lemish: "Losing You", from "Yes And."

6:50am: Colman Brothers: "Momo", from "Colman Brothers."

6:59am: Phish: "Boogie On Reggae Woman", Live from American Airlines Arena, Miami FL., 12/30/09.

7:07am: Pete Marinovich: "2nd Voice", from "2nd Voice."

7:18am: Frank Zappa: "Sleep Dirt", from "Sleep Dirt."

7:30am: Bill Frisell: "Worse and Worse", from "Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian."

7:41am: Trombone Shorty: "Hurricane Season", from "Backatown."

7:50am: String Cheese Incident: "Freedom Jazz Dance", from "Live in Louisville."

7:59am: Grateful Dead: "Row Jimmy", Live from the Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA., 3/20/77.

8:07am: Rock Candy Funk Party: "Root Down", from "We Want Groove."

8:18am: Tony Rice: "Port Tobacco", from "The Bluegrass Guitar Collection."

8:30am: Booker T and the MG's: "Get Behind the Mule", from "Potato Hole."

8:41am: The Who: "Sparks", from "Tommy."

8:59am: moe.: "Meat", from "L."

Friday, April 3:

5:59am: Hiromi: "If", from "Brain."

6:07am RJD2: "Uprock", from "In Rare Form."

6:18am: Chris Biesterfeldt: "Manteca", from "Phineas."

6:30am: John Abercrombie: "And I Love Her", from "Come Together: Guitar Tribute To The Beatles."

6:41am: Richard Thompson: "Foxes", from the soundtrack to the film "Grizzly Man." *-Happy Birthday Richard Thompson.

6:59am: Phish: "Nassau Jam, Part 2", Live from Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY., 4/3/98.

7:18am: Led Zeppelin: "Ten Years Gone", from "Physical Graffiti."

7:30am: Umphrey's McGee: "Fame", Live from Bear Creek Music & Art Festival, Live Oak, FL., 11/14/14.

7:41am: Dalindeo: "Queen of Bear Park", from "Kallio."

7:50am: Kevin Eubanks and Stanley Jordan: "Old School Jam", from "Duets."

7:59am: Cosmosquad: "Pugs In Central Park", from "Cosmosquad."

8:18am: Taylor Haskins: "Clouds Form Below Us", from "Wake Up Call."

8:30am: Galt McDermott: "Lady, You Look Good To Me", from "Shapes of Rhythm."

8:41am: David Cullen: "I Know You Rider", from "Grateful Guitar."

8:59am: Grateful Dead: "Eyes of the World", from "Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978."

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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