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"Two Hours Around Playlist" with Micheal Akutagawa (archive)

Saturday, April 20, 2013 | 05:00 to 07:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Alex Cline For People in Sorrow (entire) For People in Sorrow Cryptogramophone "The tears i shed yesterday have become rain", Thich Nhat Hanh, from his poem "Message".
* Roscoe Mitchell The Horn Duets Wide Hive
* Swamp Dogg I Was Born Blue Total Destruction of Your Mind Alive
Don Henley & Kermit The Frog Being Green Kermit Unplugged Jim Henson
* Jetman Space Team Cosmic Age We Will Live the Space Age Saint Marie
* Thiefs TWWU (postlude) Thiefs Melanie Harmonique
* Sun City Girls Eye Mohini Eye Mohini: Singles, vol. 2 Abduction
* Daniel Romano Two Pillow Sleeper Come Cry With Me Normaltown
* Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran God Only Knows Hagar's Song ECM
* Charles Bradley You Put the Flame On It Victim of Love Dunham/Daptone
* Jerry Moore Life Is A Constant Journey Home Life Is A Constant Journey Home ESP Disk
* Bobby Avey Stardust Be Not So Long to Speak Minsi Ridge
* Steve Coleman and Five Elements Chemical Intuition Functional Arrhythmias Pi
Lena Horne Stormy Weather Sex Symbols NotNow Music
Michael White St. James Infirmary Folk Masters: Great Performances Recorded Live at the Barns of Wolf Trap Smithsonian Folkways