Scott Williams played two pieces of spacey music, one from big band leader Don Ellis, then one from The North Sea. Ellis specialized in complex time signatures, and was using electronics on his albums two years before Miles Davis made In A Silent Way.
Fred Cash, who sang in the Impressions with Curtis Mayfield, will be Michael Shelly's guest this Saturday, from Noon-3pm. Last week, Michael began his show with a set composed in part of The Leopards, Amsterdam, and Delbert Barker.
Marty McSorley played Terminator X, followed by new music from U.S..Girls. He also payed tribute to disco bandleader Jimmy Castor, who died last week. On Tuesday, January 31st from 6-9am, Black Pus will be Marty's guest.
Monica played new music from 9th Ward Marching Band, who only perform during New Orleans carnival season. Jimmy Castor was featured, as was Etta James. James recorded many blues and R&B records, "At Last" perhaps the best well known. She died last week.