Microtonal Muse

Archived playlists from two weekly Montana Public Radio shows: "The Folk Show" (Tuesdays, 1-3:30pm) and "Dancing With Tradition" (Wednesdays, 1-2pm). Montana Public Radio's website: www.mtpr.org Montana Public Radio, like Switzerland, is strictly neutral. Views implied and opinions expressed on this site are Beth Anne's. But you knew that. Contributing dj: Zed

Thursday, July 20, 2006

sub for "Filmtracks," July 19th, 2006

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Playlist, Filmtracks, Wednesday, July 19th, 2006, 11:30pm – 2:00am
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Hosted (usually) by Olivia Yule weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s guest host: Beth Anne Austein.
Short notice prevented me from finding more than an opening handful of soundtrack music, so I broke format and dedicated the show to the playful, alienated spirit of the old “Alien Radio” program that used to occupy this time slot.

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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. Henry Mancini Orchestra: “The Dreamy Princess” Son of Pink Panther soundtrack (1993 United Artists) (under intro)

2. “Fists of Curry” v.a.: Bombay the Hard Way: Guns, Cars, and Sitars (1998 Motel)

3. Harry McClintock: “Big Rock Candy Mountain” O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000 UMG)

4. “Inspector Jay From Delhi” v.a.: Bombay the Hard Way: Guns, Cars, and Sitars (1998 Motel)

5. Cyro Baptista & Kenny Wollesen: “Ilusion,” from the Latin Boys Go to Hell soundtrack. John Zorn: Filmworks VIII, 1997 – 1998 Tzadik)

6. Television: “O Mi Amore” Marquee Moon (1997/2003 Elektra) (under backannounce)
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Medley of ‘Feelin’ Bitchy’ homewrecking songs, assembled by Monica Lynch at WFMU:

7. Natalie Cole: “I’m Catching Hell (Living Here Alone)”
8. Marlena Shaw: “Yu-Ma/Go Away Little Boy”
9. Loleatta Holloway: “Dreamin’” (acapella)
10. Ann Sexton: “I’m His Wife (You’re Just A Friend)”
11. Millie Jackson: “Leftovers”
12. Barbara Mason: “Another Man” (rap)
13. Big Maybelle: “Hair Dressin’ Women”
14. Loleatta Holloway: “Part Time Lover, Full Time Fool”
15. Shirley Brown: “It Ain’t No Fun”
16. Margie Johnson: “Women Talk”
17. Linda Clifford: “Don’t Give It Up”
18. B Beat Girls: “For The Same Man”
19. Vanity 6: “If A Girl Answers (Don’t Hang Up)”
20. Betty Wright: “Clean Up Women Medley”
21. Gloria Gaynor: “Casanova Brown”
22. Millie Jackson: “All I Want Is A Fighting Chance”
23. Esther Phillips: “I’m Getting’ ‘Long Alright”
24. Big Maybelle: “Gabbin’ Blues”
25. Marlena Shaw: “Suddenly It’s How I Like to Feel”
26. Ann Peebles: “I Didn’t Take Your Man”
27. Laura Lee: “Rip Off”
28. Irma Thomas: “She’ll Never Be Your Wife”
29. Mattie Moultrie: “Saddest Story Ever Told”
30. The Three Degrees: “Maybe”

31. Paula Lamont: “One Monkey Can’t Stop the Show”

32. All Girl Summer Fun Band: “Canadian Boyfriend” All Girl Summer Fun Band (2002 K)

33. Mighty Zebra and the LaMotta Brothers: “Man Smart, Woman Smarter” v.a.: Calypso From The Virgin Islands

34. Pablove Black: “Poco Tempo” v.a.: Studio One Funk (2004 Soul Jazz) (under backannounce)
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35. Marlene Webber: “Stand By Your Man”

36. Albert Kuvezin & Yat-Kha: “In a Gadda Da Vida” v.a.: The Rough Guide to Planet Rock (2006 World Music Network)

37. Enrique Herrera: “Summertime”

38. Voicedude: “We Won’t Give It Up” (Beatles vs. Marvin Gaye)

39. Super Eagles: “Hey Jude”

40. DJ Earworm: “No One Takes Your Freedom” (Beatles vs. The Brazilian Girls?)

41. Mike Alexander & The Pott Steelers: “You Are My Sunshine” v.a.: Virgin Islands Beach Party (under backannounce)

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42. Andy Cameron: “I Want To Be a Punk Rocker” v.a.: Kilt By Death: The Sound of Old Scotland, 1977-1984 (Kilt By Death)

43. Todd Snider: “If Tomorrow Never Comes” The Devil You Know (2006 UMG)

44. Sonny Wright: “I Love You, Loretta Lynn”

45. June Carter: “The Heel”

46. Liberty Chance: “Nashville’s Gone Hollywood”

47. Harry Nilsson: “I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City” Everybody’s Talkin’: The Very Best of Harry Nilsson (2006 RCA Legacy)

48. The New York Dolls: “Personality Crisis” The New York Dolls (1973 Mercury)

49. Frank Sinatra: “In The Wee Small Hours of the Morning” The Capitol Years (1990)

50. Patti Smith: “So You Want to Be (A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star)” Wave (1979 Arista)

51. Brian Eno: “Here Come the Warm Jets” Here Come the Warm Jets (2004 Virgin) (under backannounce)

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52. Ia Baptiste: “Anna”

53. Brigitte Bardot: “Harley Davidson”

54. Cex: “Dead Bodies”

55. Sleater-Kinney: “Dig Me Out”

56. Jim Price: “Revolution”

57. Sun Ra and his Intergalactic Arkestra: “Introductory Music” It Is Forbidden (2001 Total Energy) (under outro)

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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

another Latino "Dancing With Tradition" playlist, July 5th, '06

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Playlist, Dancing With Tradition, Wednesday, July 5th, 2006, 1:10 - 2:01pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s host: Beth Anne Austein. Assorted Dominican, Argentinian, Spanish, Cuban, Chilean artists
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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. Antony Santos: “La Jaula De Oro” Sin Ti (Platano) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Bachata (2006 World Music Network)

2. Suni Paz: “Bandera Mia” Bandera Mia: Songs of Argentina (2006 Smithsonian Folkways)

3. Familia Valera Miranda, featuring Antoine ‘Tato’ Garcia & Sabrino Romero: “Potpourri” v.a.: Music Meeting Festival Highlights 2006 (2006 Radio Nederlands Wereldomroep)

4. Melingo: “Sin Luna” Santa Milongo (Manana) and v.a.: Music From the Wine Lands (2006 Putumayo)

5. Luis Bonfa: “Manha de Carnaval” Solo in Rio, 1959 (2005 Smithsonian Folkways) (under backannounce)
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6. Chango Spasiuk: “Busqueda / Seis Pequenos Movimientos” v.a.: Music Meeting Festival Highlights 2006 (2006 Radio Nederlands Wereldomroep)

7. Mariana Montalvo: “Hombre Pequenito” Piel de Aceituna and v.a.: Music From the Wine Lands (2006 Putumayo)

8. Raulin Rodriguez: “Amor De Mi Vida” Grandes Exitos de Raulin Rodriguez (Platano) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Bachata (2006 World Music Network)

9. Amparanoia: “Puerto Claridad” Feria Furiosa (2001 Edel) and v.a.: Music From the Wine Lands (2006 Putumayo)

10. The Latin Playboys: “Pink Steps” Latin Playboys (1994 Slash) (under backannounce)
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11. Familia Valera Miranda, featuring Antoine ‘Tato’ Garcia & Sabrino Romero: “El Negro Bembon” v.a.: Music Meeting Festival Highlights 2006 (2006 Radio Nederlands Wereldomroep)

12. Chango Spasiuk: “Escenas De La Vida En El Borde / Chaname Crudo” v.a.: Music Meeting Festival Highlights 2006 (2006 Radio Nederlands Wereldomroep) (under outro)

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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Mediterranean/Iranian/Black Sea "Dancing With Tradition," June 28th, '06

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Playlist, Dancing With Tradition, Wed., June 28th, 2006, 1:00 - 2:01pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s host: Beth Anne Austein. Israelis, Palestinians, Iraqis, Iranians, Armenians, Pontic Greeks.
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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. Yair Dalal & the Alol Ensemble: “Silan” Silan (self-issued) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to the Music of Israel (2006 World Music Network)

2. Balkan Beat Box: “Ya Man” Balkan Beat Box (Essay) and v.a.: Rough Guide to Planet Rock (2006 World Music Network) (Israeli/U.S.)

3. Shlomo Bar & David D’or: “Atzlano Kafar Todrah” David and Solomon (Hed Arzi) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to the Music of Israel (2006 World Music Network)

4. Simon Shaheen & Qantara: “Dance Mediterranae” Blue Flame (Ark 21) (under backannounce) (Palestinian)
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5. Rim Banna: “The Grandma With a Limp” The Mirrors of My Soul (Kirkelig Kulturverksted) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Planet Rock (2006 World Music Network) (Palestinian)

6. Hadag Nahash: “Kamti” Lazooz (Anana) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to
the Music of Israel
(2006 World Music Network)

7. Natacha Atlas: “Hayati Inta (My Life You Are)” Mishmaoul (2006 Mantra) (Belgian-Moroccan)

8. Kayhan Kalhor & Ali Akbar Moradi: “Showgh” In the Mirror of the Sky (2004 World Village) and v.a.: Rough Guide to the Music of Iran (2006 World Music Network)

9. Nikolas Michailidis & Leigh Cline: “Giresun Karshilamasi” Al Asha Bi Daha: Traditional Songs of the Eastern Black Sea (2006 Scimitar)

10. Hossein Alizadeh & Djivan Gasparyan: “Sari Galin (Yellow Bride)” Endless Vision and v.a.: Rough Guide to the Music of Iran (2006 World Music Network) (recorded at a concert for Armenian Iranians)

11. Nayim Alal: “Bleida” Sahara Tierra Mia (Nubenegra) (Moroccan)
(under backannounce)
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12. Tea Packs: “Yes Li Havera” Your Life in a Lafa (Anana) and v.a.:
The Rough Guide to the Music of Israel (2006 World Music Network)

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Native American "Dancing With Tradition" playlist, June 21, '06

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Playlist, Dancing With Tradition, Wednesday, June 21st, ‘06, 1:02-2:01pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s host: Beth Anne Austein. Music of Canyon Records, for powwow season.
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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. Tohono O’odham waila group: “Desert Polka” American Indians Play Waila (1974/2006 Canyon)

2. Northern Cree & Bear Creek: “It’s Been So Long” Slide and Sway: Northern Cree & Friends, Volume 4 (2005 Canyon)

3. Jack Gladstone: “The Red Crow Legacy” Blackfeet Storysmith: Wallace Gladstone, with Jack Gladstone (2004 Hawkstone)

4. Wallace Gladstone: “Gramma Red Crow: On Shooting, Principle, and Character” Blackfeet Storysmith: Wallace Gladstone, with Jack Gladstone (2004 Hawkstone)

5. Blackfeet Confederacy: “Chicken Dance” Confederacy Style (2005 Canyon)

6. Jay Begaye: “Purple Horizon (Chicken Dance)” The Colorful World: Songs from the Dine Heartland (2005 Canyon)

7. Jay Begaye: “Yellowstone Dawn” The Colorful World: Songs from the Dine Heartland (2005 Canyon) (under backannounce)

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8. A. Paul Ortega: “The Trail Song” Two Worlds, Three Worlds (1969/2005 Canyon)

9. Wallace Gladstone: “Canadian Fugitive: Grampa’s Flight to Freedom” Blackfeet Storysmith: Wallace Gladstone, with Jack Gladstone (2004 Hawkstone)

10. Tha Tribe: “Traditional Ojibway Women’s Dance” Emery (2006 Canyon)

11. McClellan, Robedeaux, and Stoner: “Kiowa Song, Three Sac & Fox Songs” For Our Loved Ones: Peyote Songs of the Native American Church (2005 Canyon)

12. Black Lodge: “Iwasil” The People’s Dance (1998 Canyon) (under backannounce)
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13. Ulali: “Going Home” v.a.: Heartbeat: Voices of First Nations Women (1995 Smithsonian Folkways)

14. Todi Neesh Zhee Singers: “Dancers of Mother Earth” Dancers of Mother Earth (2006 Canyon)

15. A. Paul Ortega: “Four-Ways” Two Worlds, Three Worlds (1969/2005 Canyon)
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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

"Dancing With Tradition," June 7, '06, guest host Joan

DANCING WITH TRADITION 6-7-2006 Guest Host: Joan Richarde

[ORIGIN] [ARTIST/GROUP] [SONG] [SOURCE]

Columbia Marta Gomez "La Ronda" Women of Latin America, 2004

Peru Susanna Baca "Zamba Malato" Latinas, 2000

Cuba/USA Manuel Galban & Ry Cooder "Drume Negrita" Mambo Sinuendo, 2002

Cuba Raul Paz "Mulata" Nuevo Latino, 2004

Mexico Los de Abajo "El Indio" Macaco Mix Nuevo Latino, 2004

Mexico Lila Downs "Naila" Mexico, 2001

Argentina Gustavo Santaolall "Pampa" Ronroco, 1998

Mexico Lhasa "Los Peces" Mexico, 2001

[1:34:09 break]

Brazil Luiz de Aquino "Caminhos de Cuba" Latin Lounge, 2005

Argentina Federico Aubele "Esta Noche" Latin Lounge, 2005

USA/Ecuador Andean Nation "Longuita Otavalena" (trad.) Contrasts, 1999

Cuba Celena Gonzalez "Guajira Linda" Latinas, 2000

Peru Eva Ayllon "Raices Negras" Latinas, 2000

Spain Jarabe de Palo "El Lado Oscura" Nuevo Latino, 2004

"Dancing With Tradition," May 31, '06, with guest host, Joan

Dancing With Tradition May 31, 2006 Guest Host: Joan Richarde

[ORIGIN] [ARTIST/GROUP] [TITLE] [CD]

Sweden Ekova Starlight in Daden Heaven's Dust, 1998

Finland Hedningarna Mita Mina Karelia Visa, 1999

Norway Bel Canto White Out Conditions Title cut, 1987

Denmark Sortenmuld Ramund Sortenmuld 3, 2001

Norway Bel Canto Agassiz White Out Conditions, 1987

Iceland Sugarcubes Delicious Demon Life's Too Good, 1988



Finland Hedningarna Polska after Olof Tillman Hedningarna, 1989

Sweden Garmarna Stomped Bread (traditional) Vengeance, 1999

Finland Varttina Seelinnikoi (traditional) Seliniko, 1993

Sweden Garmarna Herr Holkin Vengeance, 1999

Sweden Ekova Todoism Heaven's Dust, 1998

Finland Varttina Faukkuvat Pasuunat Seliniko, 1993

Sweden Vasin Fiddler's Trap Trio, 2003

"Dancing With Tradition," May 24, '06 - guest host Joan

Dancing With Tradition May 24, 2006 Guest Host: Joan Richarde

[ORIGIN] [ARTIST] [TITLE] [CD]


Bulgaria Ivo Papasov & Yuri Yunakov Lenorije Chaje Rough Guide-Balkan Gypsies

World/USA Brothers of the Baladi Habibi Nour Al Ain & Noura, Noura Hope, 2002

Nubia Hamza El Din Gala 2000 & [title cut] Muwashshah, 1995

(Between above 2 songs, a brief tribute to Ud player/composer Hamza El Din, who passed away 5/22/06)



Morocco ABDY Galby Arabic Groove, 2001

Lebanon Dania Leiley (Transglobal Underground Mix) Arabic Groove, 2001

Puerto Rico Sabu & Arabian Fantasy Yala Habibi Desert Roses 2, 2002

& Arabia (Puerto Rican percussionist Sabu with vocals of Luzcelle, Puerto Rican/Middle Eastern roots)


World/Europe Lo'Jo Baji Larabat, Mon Amour, & Jah has cool boy...Boheme de Cristal, 2001

Albania Vangelis Vasiliou Pranvera Rough Guide-Balkan Gypsies

"Folk Show," May 23, 2006, with guest host, Joan

THE FOLK SHOW 5-23-2006 Guest Host: Joan Richarde

TITLE SOURCE ARTIST/GROUP

The Road Not Taken [Redemption Road, 1997] Eliza Gilkyson
Fourteen Days [Title cut, 2000] Laura Love
Sugar Mountain [Decade--2 cd collection] Neil Young
Cross Bone Style [New and Old Songs, 2003] Cat Power
Black Soul Choir [Sackcloth & Ashes, 1995] Sixteen Horsepower
Caleb Meyer [Hell Among the Yearlings, 1998] Gillian Welch
Rain and Snow [An Ocean's Breadth, 2003] Mick McAuley
Outlaw Song (traditional)[Folklore, 2002] Sixteen Horsepower
Ballad of an Outlaw Woman [Roll, 2004] Anne McCue
Spanish Johnny [Evangeline, 1981] Emmylou Harris
Black is the Colour [Turf, 1994] Luka Bloom
Orphan Train [Broken Things, 1999] Julie Miller
The Cart [Phantom Center, 1990] Ferron

ID Break 2:00:30 News Update & "Day By Day with Lewis & Clark" through 2:10pm

Ballad of a Runaway Horse [Cowgirl's Prayer, 1993] Emmylou Harris
My Father [Who Knows Where the Time Goes, 1968] Judy Collins
Song to a Seagull [self-titled debut, 1968] Joni Mitchell
True Blue [Turf, 1994] Luka Bloom
Millworker [Evangeline, 1981] Emmylou Harris
Long Ride Home [1000 Kisses, 2002] Patty Griffin
Things Behind the Sun [Way to Blue, 1994] Nick Drake
Salt on Your Skin [Beat Avenue, 2003] Eric Andersen
It's Alright Ma [Bringing it All Back Home, 1965] Bob Dylan

ID Break 2:59

Pegleg [Peculiaroso, 1991] Leo Kottke
Welcome Back [Lost & Found, 2002] Eliza Gilkyson
Louisiana [Sail Away: Songs of Randy Newman, 2006] Jonny Landreth
Trickle Down [Welcome to Pagan Place, 2003] Laura Love
Song for David [Whales & Nightingales, 1970] Judy Collins
Angel Eyes [Duets-Singing with Emmylou Harris] Emmylou & Willie Nelson
(by request) Lay Lady Lay [Best of Bob Dylan] Bob Dylan

"Folk Show," June 20th, 2006

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Playlist, The Folk Show, Tuesday, June 20th, 2006, 1:00-3:29pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell;
KUFM, Missoula;
KUFN, Hamilton;
KAPC, Butte;
KUHM, Helena;
KGPR, Great Falls,
with translators in Dillon, Seeley Lake, Whitefish, and White Sulphur
Springs.
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This week’s hosts: Beth Anne Austein.

1-2pm: Ralph Stanley / Carter Family radio special, Distant Land to Roam

2:10-3:30pm: Tower of Song (or poetry); some Bush-bashing; flowers; spring 2006’s final day.
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1. Peter Ostroushko: “Dayton Cakewalk Delight” Postcards (2006 Red House) (under calendar)

2. Eddie Pennington: “John’s Smoke Turns Blue” Eddie Pennington Walks the Strings and Even Sings! (2004 Smithsonian Folkways)

3. Tom Russell: “Tower of Song” Love and Fear e.p. (2006 High Tone)

4. Slaid Cleaves: “Everette” Unsung (2006 Rounder)

5. Michael Lille: “Just Another Song” Suitable Disguise (2006 Downstream)

6. Sam Bush: “White Bird” (with Andrea Zonn) Laps in Seven (2006 Sugar Hill)

7. Baldemar Velasquez & Aguila Negra: “De Colores” v.a.: Classic Labor Songs (2006 Smithsonian Folkways) (under backannounce)

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8. Darrell Scott: “Goodle, U.S.A.” The Invisible Man (2006 Full Light)

9. Chuck Brodsky: “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire” Tulips for Lunch (2006 Waterbug)

10. David Olney: “Millionaire” Roses (1991 Philo)

11. Michael Lille: “On Your Way Down” Suitable Disguise (2006 Downstream)

12. The Dixie Chicks: “Not Ready to Make Nice” Taking the Long Way (2006 Sony)

13. Ernest Stoneman: “Springtime Again, Little Annie” v.a.: Masters of Old-Time Country Autoharp (2006 Smithsonian Folkways) (under station i.d.)

14. Pete Seeger: “Summertime” American Favorite Ballads, Volume 4 (2006 Smithsonian Folkways) (under backannounce)

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15. Cindy Mangsen & Steve Gillette: “High Cotton” Being There (2006 Compass Rose)

16. Sarah Harmer: “Oleander” I’m A Mountain (2006 Zoe/Rounder)

17. Midnight Choir: “An American Trilogy” v.a.: Frisco Mabel Joy Revisited: For Mickey Newbury (2000 Appleseed)

18. Gillian Welch: “Acony Bell” Revival (1996 Almo)

19. Loretta Lynn: “Van Lear Rose” Van Lear Rose (2005 Interscope)

20. Junior Brown: “Sugarfoot Rag” Guit With It (1993 Curb)(outro)

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On Musicians’ Spotlight: Brian Kopper interviews The Weepies
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Friday, June 16, 2006

Asian Fusion "Dancing With Tradition," June 14, '06

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Playlist, Dancing With Tradition, Wednesday, June 14th, 2006, 1:02 - 2:01pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s host: Beth Anne Austein. Asian fusion? Fused Asians?
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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. various noisemakers: “Karaoke Hit Parade” v.a.: Radio Sumatra: The Indonesian FM Experience (2005 Sublime Frequencies)

2. Bali Lounge: “Angels of the Island” Bali Lounge (2004 Omega Pacific) and v.a.: Asian Lounge (2005 Putumayo)

3. Dengue Fever: “We Were Gonna” Escape From Dragon House (M80) and v.a.: Rough Guide to Planet Rock (2006 World Music Network)

4. Kodo: “Yatai-Bayashi” One Earth Tour Special (2006 Sony Japan) and v.a.: Global Rhythm sampler

5. Orkes Kronrong Mutiara: “Langgam Di Bawah Sinar Bulan Purnama” v.a.: Indonesian Guitars (1999 Smithsonian Folkways) (under backannounce)
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6. Biddu Orchestra: “Eastern Journey” Futuristic Journey (1978 Reverb) and v.a.: Asian Lounge (2005 Putumayo)

7. Malkit Singh: “Chal Hun (Get Up Fix)” Midas Touch II (2006 Oriental Star) and v.a.: Rough Guide to Bhangra Dance (2006 World Music Network)

8. Ananda Shankar: “Back Home” A Life in Music (2005 Times Square) and v.a. Global Rhythm sampler

9. Juggy D.: “Akheer” Juggy D. (2004 2Point9) and v.a.: Rough Guide to Bhangra Dance (2006 World Music Network)

10. Ravi Shankar: “Kafi-Holi” The Essential Ravi Shankar (2005 Legacy) (under backannounce)

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11. various noisemakers: “The Islamic Experience in Frequency Modulation” v.a.: Radio Sumatra: The Indonesian FM Experience (2005 Sublime Frequencies)

12. Yoshida Brothers: “Beyond the Deep Sea” Yoshida Brothers (2003 Demo/Sony Japan) and v.a.: Asian Lounge (2005 Putumayo) (under outro)
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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Merengue-Latin dance "Dancing With Tradition, May 17th, '06

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Playlist, Dancing With Tradition, Wednesday, May 17th, 2006, 1:00 - 2:01pm
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Heard weekly over Montana Public Radio:
KUKL, Kalispell, 89.9;
KUFM, Missoula, 89.1 and 91.5;
KUFN, Hamilton, 91.9;
KAPC, Butte, 91.3;
KUHM, Helena, 91.7;
KGPR, Great Falls, 89.9,
with translators in Dillon (91.7), Swan Lake (91.9), Whitefish (91.7), Marysville (107.1) and White Sulphur Springs (98.3).
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This week’s host: Beth Anne Austein. Merengue, Colombian marimba, Latin dance.
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Artist/s... title of tune... Album name... Album’s label and release year

1. Cana Brava: “Eres Mentirosa” Hay Mucha Alegría (Platano) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Merengue (2006 World Music Network)

2. Grupo Naidy: “El Botellón” Arriba Suena Marimba! (2005 Smithsonian Folkways)

3. Chichi Peralta y Son Familia: “La Ciguapa” Pa’Otro La’O (Caiman) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Merengue (2006 World Music Network)

4. Yerba Buena: “El Burrito” Island Life (2005 Razor & Tie) and v.a.: Baila! A Latin Dance Party (2006 Putumayo)

5. Rikarena: “Tu Cuerpo En La Arena” Con Arena Nueva (J & N) and and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Merengue (2006 World Music Network)

6. Uakti: “Thunder” I Ching (1993 Point) (under backannounce)
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7. La Rubias Del Norte: “Corazon, Corazon” Panamerica (2006 Barbes) and Global Rhythm Magazine June ‘06 sampler

8. Xiomara Laugart: “La Llave” Xiomara (2006 Chesky) and Global Rhythm Magazine June ‘06 sampler

9. Grupo Naidy: “Oí, ve” Arriba Suena Marimba! (2005 Smithsonian Folkways)

10. La-33: “Que Rico Boogaloo” La-33 (2004 self-issued) and v.a. Baila! A Latin Dance Party (2006 Putumayo)

11. Raúl Paz: “Mua Mua Mua” Mulata (2003 Naive) and v.a. Baila! A Latin Dance Party (2006 Putumayo)

12. Uakti: “Lake” I Ching (1993 Point) (under backannounce)
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13. Victor Roque y La Gran Manzana: “Ven Junto A Mi” Ven Junto A Mi - Next Generation (Platano) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Merengue (2006 World Music Network)

14. Gabriel Rios: “Bones Bugalu” Ghostboy (2004 Megadisc) and v.a.: Baila! A Latin Dance Party (2006 Putumayo)

15. Agapito Pascual: “El Muchachito” El Mamón (Platano) and v.a.: The Rough Guide to Merengue (2006 World Music Network) (under outro)

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