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Remix: Episode 96846, 7/6/2021 2:00 AM

From PRX Remix | Part of the PRX Remix 24/7 (à la carte) series | 59:00

Episode 96846 of the Remix series.

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  • No Barrier
    PRX Remix
    00:00:32
  • Ebert Meets the Sex Pistols
    Sound Opinions
    00:05:11
  • Lecturing to Retired Deadheads
    KALW
    00:06:26
  • Bullies Hurt
    Cash
    00:00:16
  • Reformation and Counter-Reformation
    Timeline
    00:02:59
  • Charlie Zimmerman, Water Tower Builder
    Radio Diaries
    00:06:05
  • Shame
    Love Me
    00:09:28
  • Shared National Experience Remix
    Roman Mars
    00:00:36
  • Lockdown In Lockup
    Radio Diaries
    00:07:13
  • Larrys Thumb
    Random Tape
    00:01:31
  • Detroit's Floating Post Office
    Zak Rosen
    00:02:59
  • Take Me Back To Venice
    Kind World
    00:05:36
  • Dianne Reeves on Clark Terry
    NEA Jazz Masters Moments
    00:00:59
  • Taste by Jessica Laser
    PoetryNow
    00:04:00
  • Articial Life by Roberto Harrison
    PoetryNow
    00:04:00
  • Jump Rope 03
    Tony Schwartz
    00:00:27
  • Caged Bird
    RJD2
    00:00:25
  • Trad Velecido
    Casino Vs. Japan
    00:01:10
  • Remix Sonic ID
    Remix
    00:00:06

APS701: Songs Under The Desk, 3/5/2021

From American Parlor Songbook | Part of the American Parlor Songbook series | 52:00

Sketches, stories, and songs from the studio with performances by Audible, Punch The Sun, Steven Benaquist and more!

480x270_32524_medium_small Join us for an episode on Song. We'll explore lyric and melody with a tune about the pope, and a true tale about a childhood basement band. Comedian Steven Benaquist brings us a one man sketch on an imaginary rock legend. We look for some songs under the desk of that popular public radio music contest, and find some over looked entrants.

Shelf Discovery: An Ambush of Widows by Jeff Abbott

From Kristin Dreyer Kramer | Part of the Shelf Discovery series | 03:00

On this week’s Shelf Discovery, Kristin searches for answers with a widow in mourning in Jeff Abbott’s An Ambush of Widows.

Anambushofwidows_small Each week on Shelf Discovery, host Kristin Dreyer Kamer offers listeners a brief look inside the pages of a new book. From mysteries to memoirs, classics to chick lit, busy readers are sure to find plenty of picks to add to their shelves. On this week's show, Kristin searches for answers with a widow in mourning in Jeff Abbott’s An Ambush of Widows.

To read the full review, visit NightsAndWeekends.com.

Blues Unlimited #160 - Crossing Boundaries: The Blues in Country & Western and Rock & Roll

From Steve c/o Ernest Franz | Part of the Blues Unlimited series | 01:58:59

Join us as we cross musical and cultural boundaries to find out where the Blues, Country & Western, and Rock & Roll music all meet and intersect with one another. A fascinating survey tracing the influence of the Blues over the decades -- from the Carter Family to Canned Heat.

Bu160_large_image_small Decades before Elvis Presley took a page from the songbook of Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup song and sang the Blues on his debut single for the Sun record label in Memphis, many other folks had done that very same thing -- that is, incorporated elements of Blues into their repertoire. Starting with the Carter Family and the 'Yodeling Brakeman' Jimmie Rodgers, in this special episode of Blues Unlimited , we explore the boundaries where Folk, Country, and Rock 'n' Roll all meet and intersect with one another. And following in the wake of Elvis Presley, wind up squarely in the Blues Revival of the 1960s -- catching a bit of that 'British Fever' along the way from the religious zealotry that inspired some of the best of the British Invasion bands. A fascinating glimpse at the enormous impact the Blues has had on American roots music from the 1920s on up.

Blues Unlimited #333 - Down Home Blues from Chance Records

From Steve c/o Ernest Franz | Part of the Blues Unlimited series | 01:58:59

Join us as we dig into a healthy serving of Down Home Blues from Chance Records — a label owned and operated by Windy City businessman Art Sheridan from 1950 to 1954. During that time they released some spectacularly raw and gritty 78s, from the likes of Homesick James, Arthur “Big Boy” Spires, Willie Nix, J.B. Hutto, and more. It’s Down Home Blues from Chance Records, on this episode of Blues Unlimited.

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Join us as we dig into a healthy serving of Down Home Blues from Chance Records — a label owned and operated by Windy City businessman Art Sheridan from 1950 to 1954. During that time they released some spectacularly raw and gritty 78s, from the likes of Homesick James, Arthur “Big Boy” Spires, Willie Nix, J.B. Hutto, and more. It’s Down Home Blues from Chance Records, on this episode of Blues Unlimited.


Other programs you will enjoy:
Blues Unlimited #308 - Hot Wax & Down Home Classics from Checker Records (1952-1953)

Blues Unlimited #303 - The Legendary Parkway Label

Blues Unlimited #247 - Dark Muddy Bottom: 1950s Down Home Country Blues from Specialty Records

Blues Unlimited #210 - Down Home Blues from Gotham Records