Icy J - Progressive Grind (Sonic Soul IX)


59:49 minutes (136.92 MB)

Beyond the common eargasm, this installment contributes a flavorful assortment of sonic satisfaction:
Nas & Bob Marley - (YouKnowMy) Rub-A-Dub Style → Cee-Lo Green (ft. Lauriana Mae) - Only You → Goose - You Called → Drop City Yacht Club (ft. Jeremih) – Crickets → Thad Reid - It Gets Better → A.T.E.E.M. - Interlude (Extended)-w/ Shouts & Plugs → Chester Watson – Phantom → Charmingly Ghetto - School Daze (ft. Brionne Wright) → City Lights - Fly Away → Joey BadA$$ - Unorthodox → Grynch (ft. Bambu & Slug) (of Atmosphere) - Mister Rogers (Remix) → LeVert – Casanova → Hoodie Allen - Casanova (ft. Skizzy Mars & G-Eazy) → Maestro Fresh Wes - Stranger (ft. Saukrates) → Substantial - Golden Lady (ft. Steph The Sapphic Songstress) → Trevor Jackson - Like We Grown → Accent - Everybody’s Crazy (ft. Kinetics) → Dynas & DJ Klassik - Redrum (ft. REKS & Aarophat) → Jared Evan - Black and White (ft. Joey BadA$$) → Kyle Rapps - Bodies In The Trunk□
Increase The PEACE!
Icy J “Makes Your Day!”

D. Austin - WCRSFM.org - 9th Column


59:09 minutes (135.39 MB)

Bob Larson - 02/23/19 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.

57:10 minutes (104.69 MB)

Booker Little - Victory and Sorrow - Victory and Sorrow
Charles Lloyd & The Marvels - You Are So Beautiful - I Long To See You
Chick Corea - Humpty Dumpty - The Mad Hatter
Betty Carter - Once Upon a Summertime - It's Not About The Melody
Tony Monaco - Ode to Brother Jack - Master Chops T
Tommy Igoe and the Birdland Big Band - Common Ground - Eleven
Bryan Olsheski - Alec's Smile - In the Moment
Slide Hampton - It's All Right With Me - Drum Suite
Fred Hersch Ensemble - At the Close of the Day - Leaves of Grass
The Singers Unlimited - Pieces of Dreams - The Singers Unlimited with Rob McConnell And The Boss Brass

Bob Larson - 02/23/19 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.

58:20 minutes (106.81 MB)

Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra - The Groove Merchant - Complete Solid State Recordings (1966-70) [Disc 4]
Kate Ross - Jazz - People Make the World Go Round
The Young Lions: Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Louis Hayes, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, Albert Heath - Seeds Of Sin - The Young Lions
Woody Herman - Summer Of '42 (The Summer Knows) - The Raven Speaks
Toshiko Akiyoshi - Israel - Dedications
Tom Harrell - Time's Mirror - Time's Mirror
Michel Legrand - Splittons - Michel Legrand and Friends
Stan Smith - 23 - Moments (Of A Journey)
Vince Mendoza/Arif Mardin - Suite Fraternidad/First - Jazzpana

Youth Empowerment - February 25, 2019


29:05 minutes (39.94 MB)

This week we explore an organization run by youth for youth who are politically active known as the Junior State of America. Former JSA State Governor, Weston Lindner, talks with us about how high school students can be civically active and about the benefits that come with being involved in an organization like the JSA. We also take a look at youth voting trends, teaching professionalism to high schoolers in rural schools, and an opportunity for students to express environmental issues to the public through displaying art.

# 288 - The Harlem Renaissance 100: I Too, Sing America


58:01 minutes (53.12 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at the Harlem Renaissance, with music, and some local events commemorating the Centennial of the Dawn of the Harlem Renaissance.

From February 22 to March 23, the Harlem Renaissance: New Artists, New Day Exhibit is at the Cultural Arts Center (139 West Main Street in Downtown Columbus, across from Bicentennial Park).

The Other Side of the News February 22, 219 - Marilyn Howard and racism

Bob and Marilyn discuss posters put up in Circleville by a white nationalist group and other recent racist events

28:30 minutes (26.09 MB)

Bob and Marilyn discuss posters put up in Circleville by a white nationalist group and other recent racist events

Morning Meditation

You can heal for being uprooted or having a limb broken off, just like mother nature, we can learn form these very simple things. We can replenish and heal. Growth and change is a constant for us as humans. Take the time to offer space and plant new seeds infused with love. Honor your emotions.

27:01 minutes (49.46 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "Less Songs from Greater Bands" 1970's Edition

There are many great bands from the 1970's. Unfortunately a lot of their songs are over played. Check out lesser known but sensation tracks from Graham Nash & David Crosby, T Rex, The Rolling Stones, Brian Ferry, Yusuf Islam/Cat Stevens, The Clash, The Dead Boys, David Bowie, Dolly Parton, Brian Eno and Blue Oyster Cult.

58:41 minutes (107.44 MB)

JP Marat and Big Barking Dog Present "Linda Perry is Beautiful"

Composer and Producer Linda Perry presents original tracks from her 2005 album entitled "In Flight."

28:56 minutes (52.98 MB)
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