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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds For the Week of 4/6/15

Monday, April 6:

5:59am: Moses Guest: "Saint Mo", from "Moses Guest."

6:18am: Hot Club of Las Vegas: "Made For Wesley", from "Hot Club of Las Vegas."

6:30am: David Ornette Cherry: "Organic Groove", from "It Could Be Different."

6:50am: Linda Oh: "Shutterspeed Dreams", from "Sun Pictures."

6:59am: Perpetual Groove: "Sun Dog", from "Sweet Oblivious Antidote."

7:07am: Elvis Costello and the Roots: "Cinco Minutos Con Vos", from "Wise Up Ghost."

7:18am: Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls: "Rainy Day Dog", from "Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls."

7:30am: Oz Noy: "Cosmic Background", from "Fuzzy."

7:41am: Thievery Corporation: "Holographic Universe", from "The Cosmic Game."

7:50am: Chris Joss: "The Wait", from "You've Been Spiked."

7:59am: Stanley Jordan and Kevin Eubanks: "Morning Sun", from "Duets."

8:07am: Led Zeppelin: "The Rover", from "Physical Graffiti."

8:18am: Big Sam's Funky Nation: "The Way It Is", from "Peace, Love, and Understanding."

8:30am: The Mighty Imperials: "Thunder Chicken", from "Thunder Chicken."

8:41am: Aloe Blacc: "Find A Way", from "Peanut Butter Wolf's B Ball Zombie War."

8:59am: String Cheese Incident: "I Wish", from "Round the Wheel."

Tuesday, April 7:

5:59am: Paul Motian: "Mandeville", from "Psalm."

6:18am: New Mastersounds: "Six Underground", from "Be Yourself."

6:30am: Godfathers of Groove: "Long Live New Orleans", from "Godfathers of Groove."

6:41am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Padirecto", from "Radiolarians II."

6:59am: Aaron Goldberg: "Maraba Blue", from "Yes!"

7:07am: Ahmad Jamal: "One", from

7:18am: Lester Young: "Jump Lester Jump", from "The Lester Young Story."

7:30am: Matthew Garrison: "I Told Ya So", from "Shapeshifter."

7:41am: John Carey: "Look A Py Py", from "Oh So Funky."

7:50am: Crimson Jazz Trio: "3 Of a Perfect Pair", from "King Crimson Song Book, Vol. 1."

7:59am: Grateful Dead: "Stir It Up Jam", Live from the Capital Centre, Landover, MD., 3/21/91.

8:07am: Bruce Cockburn: "Foxglove", from "Speechless."

8:18am: NY Ska Jazz Ensemble: "Elegy", from "New York Ska Jazz Ensemble."

8:30am: Dalindeo: "Kurvi-Twist", from "Kallio."

8:41am: Branford Marsalis: "Mo Better Blues", from the soundtrack to the film of the same name.

8:59am: Allman Brothers: "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", from "Idlewild South."

Wednesday, April 8:

5:59am: Budos Band: "Ghost Walk", from "The Budos Band."

6:07am: Radiohead: "Meeting In the Aisle", from "OK Computer."

6:18am: Sex Mob: "Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand", from "Dime Grind Palace."

6:30am: Particle: "Below Radar", from "Transformations Live For the People."

6:41am: Soulive: “Revolution”, from “Rubber Soulive.”

6:59am: Phish: “Julius”, Live from the Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA., 8/6/10.

7:07am: Hot Tuna: “Mann’s Fate”, from “Hot Tuna.”

7:18am: Maceo Parker: "Basic Funk 101", from "School's In!"

7:30am: DJ Vadim featuring Jill Green: "Sufferin' Blues", from "The Soundcatcher."

7:41am: Gwendolyn Sanford: "Silas Takes A Ride", from the soundtrack to the TV series "Weeds."

7:50am: Electric Sorcery: "A Wild Ride", from "Book of Lies."

7:59am: Rez Abbasi: "The Cure", from "Continuous Beat."

8:07am: Billy Martin's Wicked Knee: "Muffaletta", from "Heels Over Head."

8:18am: Beastie Boys: "Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament", from "Hot Sauce Committee Part 2."

8:30am: Steely Dan: "The Boston Rag", from "Countdown To Ecstacy."

8:41am: Grateful Dead featuring Bruce Hornsby: "Jam out of Let It Grow", Live from the Hartford Civic Center, CT., 3/18/90.

8:59am: Threefifty Duo: "Mushroom Kingdom", from "Threefifty Duo"/Marco Benevento: "Atari", from "Invisible Baby."

Thursday, April 9:

5:59am: Herbie Hancock: "Scarborough Fair", from "The New Standard."

6:18am: Cal Tjader: "Tumbao", from "Latino!"

6:30am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Floodwaters", from "20."

6:41am: Talking Heads: "Naive Melody", from "Speaking In Tongues."

6:59am: Phish: “Water In the Sky”, Live from Portland Meadows, Portland, OR., 7/15/98.

7:18am: Bill Frisell: “Messin’With the Kid”, from “Guitar In the Space Age.”

7:30am: Brad Mehldau: "My Favorite Things", from "Live in Marciac."

7:41am: Fred Benedetti: "El Condor Pasa", from "Here Comes the Sun: Acoustic Guitar Classics, Vol. 1."

7:50am: Bryan Ferry Orchestra: "Don't Stop the Dance", from "The Jazz Age."

7:59am: Hot Tuna: "Water Song", from "Burgers."

8:07am: Dalindeo: "Evening at Tokoi-Beach", from "Kallio."

8:18am: Soulive: "Drive My Car", from "Rubber Soulive."

8:30am: Kermit Driscoll: "Boomstatz", from "Reveille."

8:41am: Jimi Hendrix: "Villanova Junction Blues", from "People, Hell, and Angels."

8:59am: Stanley Jordan and Kevin Eubanks: "Someone Like You", from "Duets."

Friday, April 10:

5:59am: Herbie Hancock: "All Apologies", from "The New Standard."

6:07am: Coleman Hawkins: "O Pato", from "Desafinado."

6:18am: Jesse Cook: "Cafe Mocha", from "Frontiers."

6:30am: Big Sam's Funky Nation: "Take 5", from "King of the Party."

6:41am: Eric McFadden: "Take the A Train", from "Holy Smokes."

6:59am: Damian Erskine: "Costa Del Sol", from "Trios."

7:07am: Janek Gwizdala: "Mana", from "Live at the 55Bar."

7:18am: Rich Severson: "Take Me Out To the Ballgame."

7:30am: Phish: "Tweezer Reprise", from "A Picture of Nectar."

7:41am: Brassroots: "Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This", from "Black Eye Friday."

7:50am: Moses Guest: "De Jam", from "Moses Guest."

7:59am: Omer Avital: "Good Morning", from "New Song."

8:07am: Green Lemon: "Mess", from "Green Lemon."

8:18am: Grateful Dead: "Dark Star", Live from the Fillmore East, NYC. 2/13/70.

8:30am: Lynne Arielle Trio: "Lean On Me", from "Arise."

8:41am: King Curtis: "Take Me Out To the Ballgame", from the soundtrack to the Ken Burns PBS series "Baseball."

8:59am: String Cheese Incident: "Eyes of the World", from "Jerry Jams For Rex."

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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