Sometimes music makes climbing the Monday mountain more palatable. On More Exiting Moments, Frank O'Toole played an MP3 of The Butterfield Blues Band, from a 1966 live Filmore Show. Liz Berg played a set that included Richard Papercuts, The Skunks, and Baby Tears. Irene Trudel played Curved Air next to 1971, pre-disco Bee Gees, and Colin Blunstone. Singer Joy Askew will be Irene's guest, Monday, Febuary 6th from Noon-3pm
This Saturday, Febuary 4, from 6-9am, Jeffery Davison will have the Rhode Island folk duo Brown Bird as his guests on Shrunkin' Planet He played their "Severed Soul" last week after a track by the band South China. From 6-9pm on Transpacific Sound Paradise, Rob Weisberg will have Scott Knetter of the band Nation Beat as his guest DJ.
On Monday, Feburary 6th, from 9am-Noon, Trouble will have Ben Graves as a guest on This Is The Modern World, playing the space-age sound of Cold War era soundtracks. On her last show, Trouble played new music from The Howling Hex and Zombe.
Mac played an 89-year old recording "The Lovelight In Your Eyes" by the Manhattan Dance Orchestra on his Antique Phonograph Music Program. Mac will be doing next weeks show from The Brooklyn Farmacy 8pm-9pm, Tuesday, February 6th.