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Street Fight Radio - The Wild WIld Warehouse


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# 270 - Christopher Columbus All Along the Outerbelt


58:53 minutes (53.91 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's time to let all of the air back after DJBC's early autumnal break. SCOTUS, The State of Radio, and Why Voting in Next Month's Election Is Super-Important; Plus happenings around town this week. And a message from Christopher Columbus himself.

October 9, 2018 is the LAST DAY to register to Vote for the November 6 General Election! DO NOT BE SILENT! VOTE! Your Vote Is Your Voice (which I say in many languages in this show)

And if there is anything else that was unfiltered, I had to do this show under heavy time constraints and had to record the whole show in the MAIN studio, when it was unavailable.

And, yes, this is Show # 270. Where is your favorite place to hang out along the Outerbelt?

The Other Side of the News October 5, 2018 - Current events including Kavanaugh

Bob and Dan riff on current news and Kavanaugh confirmation

29:29 minutes (27 MB)

Bob and Dan riff on current news and Kavanaugh confirmation

JP Marat - Paul McCartney - Egypt Station

Paul McCartney's 17th solo album was released on September 7, 2018 and debuted at #1 on the US Billboard 200. This afternoon we play "Egypt Station" in its entirety. It is an effort filled with quiet poetry and sublime melodies. I also like the cover art which is an original painting by the musician.

59:37 minutes (109.17 MB)

WCRSFM.org - 9th Column - D. Austin


59:30 minutes (81.72 MB)

future sabotage - musico rock de argentina


1:00:52 minutes (75.74 MB)

Bob Larson - 09/29/18 Hour 2

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

55:49 minutes (127.77 MB)

Artist - Song - Album
Gordon Brisker - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - Cornerstone
Gregory Porter - Take Me To The Alley - Take Me To The Alley
Grover Washington, Jr. - Passion Flower - Mister Magic
hr-Bigband - Black Friday - Do It Again - HR-Bigband Plays Three Decades of Steely Dan
Vince Andrews - Love, Oh Love - Love, Oh Love
Jean-Luc Ponty - King Kong - King Kong
Jimmy McGriff - Avenue C - The Big Band
Jimmy Scott - You Don't Know What Love Is - Jazz Vocalists: Hear & Now [Disc 2]
Vince Mendoza - All Blues - Blauklang
Horace Silver - Strollin' - Horace-Scope (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition Remastered)

Bob Larson - 09/29/18 Hour 1

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

57:04 minutes (130.6 MB)

Artist - Song - Album
Lee Morgan - Mogie - Lee Morgan (VeeJay Tracks)
Billie Holiday - God Bless the Child - The Billie Holiday Story: Volume II
Bob Curnow's L.A. Big Band - (It's Just) Talk - Music Of Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays
Mark Flugge with Gene Bertoncini and Michael Moore - Yellow Days - Familiarity
Maynard Ferguson - Knarf - Maynard Ferguson 1969 (Trumpet Rhapsody)
Medeski Martin & Wood - End Of The World Party - End Of The World Party (Just In Case)
Mel Tormé - Too Close For Comfort - Mel Tormé Swings Shubert Alley
The New Remnants Dance Orchestra - American Patrol - Live From Lima
Miles Davis - It Never Entered My Mind - Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five - West End Blues - Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology [Disc 1]
Herbie Hancock - Tell Me a Bedtime Story - Fat Albert Rotunda

Bob Larson - 09/22/18 Hour 2

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

57:35 minutes (131.79 MB)

Artist - Song - Album
Marcus Printup - The Bullet Train - The New Boogaloo
David Gurwin - Time and Space - Old Friends, New Acquaintances
John Beasley - Ask Me Now - MONK'estra, Vol. 1
Huntertones - Camptown Races (Live) - Live
Oscar Peterson - Tin Tin Deo - Oscar Peterson Meets Roy Hargrove and Ralph Moore
Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Mack the Knife - Ella & Duke at the Côte D'Azur
Rusty Bryant with the Boss 4 - Medley: The Entertainer//I'm Old Fashioned - Rusty Rides Again!
Gary Burton - Phases - Seven Songs for Quartet and Chamber Orchestra
Snarky Puppy - Tarova - Culcha Vulcha

Bob Larson - 09/22/18 Hour 1

I’ll be playing jazz of all styles; hard bop, vocal, fusion, big band, latin, etc. Anything with a jazz influence may be a candidate. I’ve been collecting music all of my adult life and now have the opportunity to share it. Also, there will be a lot of local artists, past and present.

59:58 minutes (137.25 MB)

Artist - Song - Album
The Crusaders - The Young Rabbits - The Best Of Jazz Crusaders
Bob Brookmeyer New Art Orchestra - Love for Sale - Standards
Chick Corea - Samba Song - Friends
Clark Terry - Ellington Medley: a) Don't Get Around Much Anymore, b) Perdido, c) I'm Beginning to See the Light - The Happy Horns of Clark Terry
Randy Mather - What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? - Valentine's Day
Gil Evans - Struttin' with Some Barbecue - New Bottle Old Wine
Wynton Marsalis Septet - I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Feat. Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks) - United We Swing: Best of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Galas
Dave Morgan - The Search - The Way Of The Sly Man
Mel Lewis & the Jazz Orchestra - Low Down - The Definitive Thad Jones, Vol. 1

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