Bob Brainen played "The Sad One," a 1967 track by New Orleans guitarist Eddie Lang, from the newly issued Mr.Joe's Jambalaya & Loaded Down With The Blues. Eddie's real name was Eddie Langlois, and he was influenced by and recorded with Guitar Slim. Ted Barron played a 78 rpm recording of Slim's "Troubles Don't Last."
Frank O'Toole played music from Macaroni, the new Bobby Conn album. Here, Conn continues to do what he has done best for fifteen years: creating synergies of 1970'a art rock and glam and 1980's new wave influences.
Brian Turner had guitarist Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth on his show. Ranaldo released his first rock-context solo album, Between The Times And Tides this week. Here is his live set, his band here consisting of guitarist Alan Licht, bassist Irwin Menken, and Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley,
Next Monday, March 26, from 6-9pm, Dan Bodah will have Cuddle Magic as his guests. Cuddle Magic is an ensemble with up to nine members, and mix folk, minimalism and world music into whimsical but complex songs. Irene Trudel played "The Packaging," one of the band's tracks.