Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Morning After on 91.3 FM

This Sunday, the last Sunday of September, I'll be manning the mike for Morning After, one of WVUD's regular Sunday Morning shows. From 9:00 am until noon, each Sunday a group of ageless wonders (or is that wanderers?) bring to their highly selective listeners (allegedly numbered in the high hundreds) their own take on what aural pleasures are best to ease one's body and soul into the last day of the weekend.

Preliminary choices for this week’s show include some new music from Robert Glasper, Loudon Wainwright III, Joe Henry, Todd Snider, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Dafnis Prieto and Stefon Harris, among others.

Old standbys like Nik Bartsch's Ronin, Jenny Scheinman, Ellis Marsalis, Irvin Mayfield, Galactic, Stanton Moore, and the Holmes Brothers are sure to show up somewhere in the mix. You can catch the show on 91.3 FM, if you're within 10 city blocks of the station (optimal range of a clear signal, it seems). Otherwise, tune in, as I do, on the web at www.wvud.org this Sunday from 9:00 am EST.

The Boss makes his 60th turn around the sun on Wednesday, the 23rd of September, so, being a Jersey boy, I'll most certainly be playing some Springsteen compositions, not all necessarily being performed by The Man himself. Wow! 60 years and still full of spit, vinegar, vitality, and most of his hair. As I pass my hand through a sparse follicle forest, I marvel at his energy and maintenance of wits.


10/15/09 "N.B.": The playlist for the Morning After has been updated to reflect the last few shows, for those interest in catching a glimpse as to what song genres are cvered.

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60?! Man, that cat really was born to run. What keeps a guy like him so productive, I wonder?
 
Is it too late to post the play-list?
 
WP, Thanks for the reminder. I've been recalcitrant in my limited duties. I will do so post-haste!
 
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