Monday, July 15, 2013
Music Monday is back! Dee Perry is joined by Lisa Vinciquerra of the Rock Hall, Kathy Blackman of the Grog Shop, and Michael James Pultz of Loop in Tremont. Tune in to get a heads up on who's coming to the Grog Shop soon and a preview of the Rock Hall's Summer Sessions concert series. Plus new music from Daft Punk and Kanye West.
Music heard on today’s program:
Kanye West “New Slave”
Phospherecent “Song for Zula”
Yo La Tengo “Ohm”
Black Sabbath “The Loner”
Ixtahuele “Stone Gods of Bimini”
Mavis Staples “Can You Get to That”
Fitz and The Tantrums “The Walker”
Father John Misty “Tee Pees 1-12”
Nowhere “Dead or Alive”
Vintage Trouble “Nobody Told Me”
Dessa “The Beekeeper”
Coliseum “Black Magic Punks”
Thundercat “Heartbreak and Setbacks”
Youth Lagoon “Mute”
Dick Dale “Misirlou”
Spyros Peristeris “Guzel-Zeibekiko” (from the collection Greek Rhapsody)
Daft Punk “Instant Crush”
Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake “Holy Grail”
Meridian “Love and a Sense of Belonging”
Henry Flynt “A Portrait”
Pretty Lights “Around the Block”
Lisa Vinciquerra, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Kathy Blackman, Grog Shop
Michael James Pultz, Loop: Coffee, Art, and Records in Tremont
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Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.
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