The Feb. 24 edition of "Speakeasy" features Peter Willson and Keith Banks of the Explorit Science Center discussing the Save Explorit campaign. Due to a "perfect storm" of real estate values plummeting and donations falling, our community's science center finds itself in the unfortunate state of needing to raise $600,000 before Aug. 1. The interview details what's happening with the campaign and highlights some of Explorit's progams and community partnerships. This was taped in the studio for DCTV, with audio supplied for the KDRT show.
In honor of Gus Cannon and Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers being inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame the Feb. 28th Sounds So Sweet will feature his life and music. We won't forget Noah Lewis. We'll also take a look at the legacy of this most influential of Jug Band musicians.
complete opposite from last week's aggression, this show lures you into a heavy, false sense of security...in the name of love.
KDRT 95.7 davis, ca
live show wed. 7-8pm, re-broadcast sat. 8-9pm & mon. 7-8 pm
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where else will you hear daniel johnston followed by nina simone?
1. TOM WAITS- a good man is hard to find
2. FLAMING LIPS- do you realize?
3. BAND OF HORSES- part one
4. MODEST MOUSE- bankrupt on selling
5. BEACHWOOD SPARKS- by your side (SADE COVER!!!)
6. SPARKLEHORSE- more yellow birds
7. EDITH PIAF- la vie en rose
8. SHE & HIM- take it back
9. LHASA DE SELA- con toda palabra
10. BJORK- unravel
11. THE FIERY FURNACES- i'm waiting to know you
12. DANIEL JOHNSTON- it's over
13. NINA SIMONE- i want a little sugar in my bowl
14. DAVID BOWIE- sound & vision
15. THE WALKMEN- another on goes by
16. BONNIE "PRINCE" BILLY- i am goodbye
Hi there … and welcome to Mountain Mama’s Earth Music … home grown and settling into a peaceful state of mind
1) Sitting on the Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding 2:41
2) California Dreaming, The Mamas and The Papas, 2:40
A Supermarket in California by Allen Ginsberg
What thoughts I have of you tonight, Walt Whitman, for I walked
down the sidestreets under the trees with a headache self-conscious looking at the full moon.
In my hungry fatigue, and shopping for images, I went into the neon
fruit supermarket, dreaming of your enumerations!
What peaches and what penumbras! Whole families shopping at
night! Aisles full of husbands! Wives in the avocados, babies in the tomatoes!
--and you, García Lorca, what were you doing down by the watermelons?
I saw you, Walt Whitman, childless, lonely old grubber, poking
among the meats in the refrigerator and eyeing the grocery boys.
I heard you asking questions of each: Who killed the pork chops?
What price bananas? Are you my Angel?
I wandered in and out of the brilliant stacks of cans following you,
and followed in my imagination by the store detective.
The Golden Road plays Part II of a musical tribute to Big Jon Hunt, 1959-2010. K-Dirt date, 2/7/10.
NOT FADE AWAY!
live Wednesdays 7-8pm, re-broadcast Mondays 7-8 pm & Saturdays 8-9pm
archived at http://kdrt.org/station/archives/116
special guests (future Host!) Spicoli & Moriarty
1. JELLO BIAFRA W/ THE MELVINS- plethysmograph *(spicoli pick)
2. THE MONSTERS- love i never had *(spicoli)
3. GUIDED BY VOICES- large hearted boy
4. PARTS & LABOR- take us back
5. THE CRAMPS- naked girl falling down the stairs *(spicoli)
6. X- the world's a mess it's in my kiss
7. SINKS- no money
8. TH' LOSING STREAKS- leaving here **(moriarty pick)
9. IGGY & THE STOOGES- your pretty face is going to hell
10. THE KINKS- revenge **(moriarty)
11. FLIPPER- scentless apprentice (covered by Nirvana 1993)
12. THE INTELLIGENCE- secret signals
14. MOTORHEAD W/ WENDY-O-MATIK==stand by your man (yes, tammy wynette song!!!)
15. PTERODACTYL- good & evil
16. DEERHOOF- milkman
17. THE KINKS- i don't need you anymore **(moriarty)
This is radio station KDRT, 95.7 here in Davis, Ca.
Hi there … and welcome to Mountain Mama’s Earth Music … home grown and fresh off the shelves … at least my shelves
1) Truth, Amos Lee 3:24
2) Feeling Bad, Sweetback Sisters, 4:31
Something New Under the Sun by Steve Scafidi
It would have to shine. And burn. And be
a sign of something infinite and turn things
and people nearby into their wilder selves
and be dangerous to the ordinary nature of
signs and glow like a tiny hole in space
to which a god presses his eye and stares.
Or her eye. Some divine impossible stretch
of the imagination where you and I are one.
It would have to be something Martin Buber
would say and, seeing it, point and rejoice.
It could be the mouth of a Coca-Cola bottle
or two snakes rolling down a mountain trail.
It would have to leap up out of the darkness
of a theater and sing the high silky operatic
note of someone in love. And run naked
slender fingers through the hair of a stranger,
or your mother or father, or grandfather, or
a grassy hill in West Virginia. It would live
on berries and moss like a deer and roam
Hi there … and welcome to Mountain Mama’s Earth Music … home grown and pickin’ favorites
Feelin’ Good, Nina Simone 2:57
Shameless by Suzanne Roberts
2) Little Devil, Mindy Smith 3:16
3) You Only Believe Me When I’m Lying, Zoe Muth 3:25
The Great Mother, by Gary Snyder
5) Postcards from Hell, the Wood Brothers 4:45
6) Sweet Tooth, Dave Rawlings Machine 5:21
Where is Your Rock, Edward Abbey
7) Railroad Wings, Patti Griffin 3:59
8) Say a Little Prayer, Greg Brown 4:12
9) Leaving This Life, Lori McKenna 4:53
Almost by Julia Levine
10) Under the Rain, By Blackie and the Rodeo Kings 6:47
11) She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain, John Lennon 1:03
12) Across the Universe, The Beatles 3:38
Mindful by Mary Oliver
13) Magalenha, The Duhks 2:01
14) Let My Love Open the Door, by Pete Townshend 2:44
Mountain Mama’s Earth Music is heard here on KDRT 95.7 FM, in Davis, CA and you can check out today’s play list, listen to the show or any of other great shows any old time by logging onto KDRT.org.
Like Pigpen used to sing, "I asked my doctor, just what I had..." And what was the eternal answer? "All you need...all you really need is GOOD LOVE!" Well, that and some good healing vibes to the good Dr. Strangely Strange.
Ol' Doc Strange took a spill and will be on the mend for a spell. When he's ready, we'll get him back on the air here at The Dirt. In the meantime, this edition of The Golden Road is dedicated to him with all the bells, whistles and transportational sounds that you might expect from us crazy's down here at the station. We begin on Earth, and then sail off for another land in the distant galaxy.
Be well, Doc...see you on the flip side!
On the next Speakeasy, I'll be chatting with folks from the Davis Art Center as they talk about 50 years serving our community. Tune in live at 10 a.m. on Wed., Jan. 20.