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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds For the Week of 4/27/15

Wednesday, April 29:

5:59am: Kurt Rosenwinkel: "Homage a' Mitch", from "Star of Jupiter."

6:18am: Nicholas Payton: "Four", from "Numbers."

6:30am: Zane Carney: "Gambit", from "Amalgam."

6:41am: Stanley Jordan and Kevin Eubanks: "Morning Sun", from "Duets."

6:59am: Phish: “Back on the Train”, from “Live at Alpine Valley 2010.”  

7:07am: Charlie Hunter: “Island in the Sun”, from “Earth Tones.”

7:18am: Robert Glasper: "Reckoner", from "Covered."

7:30am: Poets of Rhythm: "Discern/Define", from the album of the same name.

7:41am: Neil Cowley Trio: "Stereoface", from "Radio Silence."

7:50am: Bad Plus and Joshua Redman: "Dirty Blonde", from "Bad Plus Joshua Redman."

8:07am: Turkuaz: "There Was A Time", from "Covers, Vol. 1."

8:18am: Grateful Dead: "Touch of Grey", Live from Madison Square Garden, NYC., 9/21/82.

8:30am: John Scofield: "Blackout", from "Bump."

8:41am: Ernst Reijiseger: "Debenti", from "Count To Zen."

8:59am: Tuck Andress: "Louie Louie", from "Reckless Precision."

Thursday, April 30:

5:59am: Will Patton Trio: "6th Street Runaround", from the album of the same name.

6:07am: Orrin Evans: "IN My Soul", from "Mother's Touch."

6:18am: Lyle Workman: "One Second Every Day", from the soundtrack to the film "Chef."

6:30am: Laurence Juber: "Blue Guitar Blues', from "PCH."

6:41am: The North: "Blowin' In the Wind", from "Slow Down, This Isn't The Mainland."

6:59am: Phish: "Chalk Dust Torture", Live from Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV., 10/31/98.

7:18am: Twiddle: "Syncopated Healing", from "Live At Nectar's."

7:30am: Monstrance: "Winterwerk", from "Monstrance."

7:41am: The Backyard Heavies: "Soul Junction", from "Amsterdam: A David Holmes Heist."

7:58am: Lars Danielsson: "Driven To Daylight", from "Liberetto."

8:07am: DJ Dimi: "Trippin'," from "Zen Lounge."

8:18am: Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers: "You Can't Always Get What You Want", from "Yaina."

8:30am: Blake Aaron: "Will It Go 'Round In Circles?", from "Desire."

8:41am: Electric Sorcery: "The Nubian", from "Electric Sorcery."

8:59am: Bill Frisell: "Surfer Girl", from "Guitar In the Space Age."

Friday, May 1:

5:59am: Jazz Mandolin Project: "The Opera", from

6:07am: Dire Straits: "Once Upon A Time In the West", from "Communique."

6:18am: Arturo O'Farrill: "Mercado en Domingo", from "The Offense of the Drum."

6:41am: Medeski, Scofield, Martin, and Wood: "North London", from "Juice."

6:50am: Gonzalo Rubilcaba: "Airegin", from "Blue Note: Critics Choice."

6:59am: Bill Frisell: "Rebel Rousing", from "Guitar In the Space Age."

7:07am: Timewarp, Inc.: "Funky Bob Timbales", from "Groovy Booty."

7:18am: Phish: "Low Rider", Live from the Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA., 2/26/03. 

7:30am: Neil Cowley Trio: "Monoface", from "Radio Silence."

7:41am: Maceo Parker: "Basic Funk 101", from "School's In!" 

7:50am: Umphrey's McGee: "Miss You", Live from Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak, FL., 4/12/14.

7:59am: Grateful Dead: "Fire on the Mountain", Live from The Mosque, Richmond, VA., 5/25/77.

8:07am: Greyboy Allstars: "Deck shoes", from "What Happened To Television?'

8:18am: David Cullen: "Blue Counterpoint", from "The Collection."

8:30am: Courtney Pine: "In the Garden of Eden (Thinking of You)", from "Modern Day Jazz Stories."

8:41am: Willie Bobo: "Sunshine Superman", from "Verve: The Sound of America: The Singles Collection."

8:59am: Pharoah Sanders: "Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt", from "Tauhid."

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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