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JP Marat - Noel Gallagher - The Dreams We Had As Children


59:30 minutes (108.94 MB)

"The Dreams We Had As Children" was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall as a fundraiser for the British Teen Cancer Trust in 2007. It was released as a album in 2009 and contains many notable tracks from singer/songwriter Noel Gallagher. Included are acoustic versions of some of his most beloved songs from his days with Oasis. Hosting this afternoon's show are JP Marat and his newborn daughter Zoe.

JP Marat - The Majestic Aretha Franklin

30 minute reflection on the life and work of Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul.

29:52 minutes (54.7 MB)

JP Marat - Tweeter and the Monkey Man

This 30 minute podcast showcases the work of Tom Petty and his bandmates from The Traveling Wilburys including: Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne.

28:53 minutes (52.89 MB)

Zoe Marat Will Save the Planet . . .

Zoe Marat Will Save the Planet . . . but not today because she's sleeping . . . dedicated to my newborn daughter . . . "Sweet Child of Mine" by Guns and Roses as interpreted by the Vitamin String Quartet, "Games for Girls" by Say Lou Lou and Lindstrom, "Only One" by Kayne West (and Paul McCartney), "Just a Girl" by No Doubt, "Video Games by Lana Del Ray as interpreted by the Vitamin String Quartet, "Isn't She Lovely" and "As" by Stevie Wonder, "Sweet Child of Mind" as interpreted by Taken by Trees, "All the Pretty Girls" by Kaylo, "You Got It" by Roy Orbison and "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" as interpreted by the Chromatics.

58:49 minutes (107.72 MB)

JP Marat - Grimes - Art Angels

Claire Elise Boucher is the EDM musician, composer and producer also known as Grimes. Art Angels is perhaps her most impressive effort making many top 5 lists for Album of the year in 2015. Electric Dance Music . . . kinda infects your soul . . . and is definitely contagious . . .

59:50 minutes (82.18 MB)

JP Marat - Acoustic Tracks

Acoustic Masterpieces - Volume 1, “Lion’s Roar” - First Aid Kit “Blossom” - James Taylor and Carole King “So Far Away” - Carole King and James Taylor “Machine Gun Kelly” - James Taylor and Carole King “Up On The Roof” - Carole King and James Taylor “Cosmic Love” - Florence and the Machine “Drumming Song” - Florence and the Machine “Hurricane Drunk” - Florence and the Machine “Wayfaring Stranger” - Jack White “Am I Born to Die” - Tim Eriksen “Lady Margret” - Cassie Franklin “Idumea” - Sacred Harp Singers

51:47 minutes (71.13 MB)

Classic Marat - Neil Young - Paradox (released March 23, 2018)

This is the newly released soundtrack of a film directed by Daryl Hannah (yes That Daryl Hannah) for Netflix entitled "Paradox." Neil Young and Willie Nelson are at their best. Call it what you will. I call it Americana Roots Perfection.

1:00:04 minutes (82.49 MB)

Songs of Africa: Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Asa, Papa Wemba, Paul Simon/Graceland, Savuka

SONGS from SOUTH AFRICA, NIGERIA AND THE CONGO Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Asa (Asha), Papa Wemba, Tracks from Graceland, Savuka

56:05 minutes (77.01 MB)

Classic Marat - Acoustic Masterpieces - Volume 1

Acoustic Masterpieces - Volume 1, “Lion’s Roar” - First Aid Kit “Blossom” - James Taylor and Carole King “So Far Away” - Carole King and James Taylor “Machine Gun Kelly” - James Taylor and Carole King “Up On The Roof” - Carole King and James Taylor “Cosmic Love” - Florence and the Machine “Drumming Song” - Florence and the Machine “Hurricane Drunk” - Florence and the Machine “Wayfaring Stranger” - Jack White “Am I Born to Die” - Tim Eriksen “Lady Margret” - Cassie Franklin “Idumea” - Sacred Harp Singers

51:47 minutes (71.13 MB)

JP Marat - Requiem da Camera

When WCRS returns to the FM radio early in 2017, I'll launch a new program on Sunday morning entitled "Classic Marat," offering the very finest in Alternative Classic, Chorale, Opera and Jazz music. This week please enjoy "Requiem Da Camera" by Gerald Finzi. This hidden masterpiece, begun in 1924 and only finished in 1990, is his lamentation for those brave men and women, of all nations, who fell during the "Great War" (1914-1918). With social conflict all around us (Iraq, Syria, etc), this requiem (musical composition in remembrance of the dead) is as pertinent today as it was then. The opening track is JS Bach's, "The Little Fugue in G Minor."

55:36 minutes (76.37 MB)
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