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April 30 (810) – Sun Has Gone

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I’m only halfway home, I’ve gotta journey on
To where I’ll find, find the things I have lost
I’ve come a long long road but still I’ve got some miles to go
I’ve got a wide, a wide river to cross
(Levon Helm)

I’ll be heading back into the KUST studio again this afternoon for another episode (chapter?  edition?) of Great River Radio.  After starting the show with Diana Krall’s great version of Levon’s song, which is iconic at GRR, we’ll get to new music from Ingrid Michaelson (I’ve really been digging her new album Lights Out), and Danish singer/songwriter Majke Voss Romme (who performs as Broken Twin) with her romantic and melancholy “Sun Has Gone.” We’ll also have something from Carlene Carter’s tribute to her family “Carter Girl” on which she covers her favorite Carter family songs, and a few other tributes, as a matter of fact.   If you love Jackson Browne’s songs, you’ll want to hear Jimmy LaFave cover “For Everyman” from the new tribute album to JB.  And finally, we have another track from the tribute to the Dylan of the 80’s by Chastity Brown, doing a soulful gospelly take on “Saving Grace.” That and new songs from Joan Osborne, Bon Iver bandmate S. Carey, Ray Bonneville and The Hold Steady. Just a reminder, GRR  is winding down.  I’m giving a lot of thought to a final show in the coming weeks, and will try to make it very special.  If there is anything you’d like to hear, or share with me from your memories of listening to this show, I welcome your comments. For now, I hope you can listen this afternoon as you take care of business, or check it out later on the blog.
Details: Great River Radio –  some Wednesdays 4:15-5:45 p.m.
Catch the live stream: http://www.stthomas.edu/ustclubs/kust/live/liveStream.html
Web/Listen Later: https://greatriverradio.wordpress.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GreatRiverRadio
Playlist
Wide River to Cross-Diana Krall
Home-Ingrid Michaelson
Heart & Bones-The Pines
Sun Has Gone-Broken Twin
Little Black Train-Carlene Carter
For Everyman-Jimmy LaFave
Who Do Call the Shots-Ray Bonneville
Steel Guitar-Danny O’Keefe
Saving Grace-Chastity Brown
Alpenglow-S. Carey
Few Feet Away-Otis Taylor
Hand It Over-Keb’ Mo’
Farther Along-Mississippi John Hurt
Sleepy Sea of Indigo and Blue-Antje Duvekot
Work on Me-Joan Osborne
Weary Eyes-Augustines
Spinners-The Hold Steady

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January 30 – Favorites of 2012 (705)

 

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[audio http://personal.stthomas.edu/drgjelten/shows/GRR705.mp3]

Every morning is a fresh beginning,
Listen my soul to the glad refrain.
And, spite of old sorrows
And older sinning,
Troubles forecasted
And possible pain,
Take heart with the day and begin again.

                        Susan Coolidge

 Happy New Year from Great River Radio!  We are coming back to you this afternoon with our favorites (we aren’t going to use the word ‘best’ for this list) from 2012.  It was a very good year for music, in our opinion.  From a long list of great songs, we’ve come up with a playlist that you’re going to love.

If you’ve been listening and paying attention to GRR in the last year, you’ll know many of these songs, but I guarantee that you’ll hear some things that will be new to you, as well.  Nick Waterhouse and Australia’s Tame Impala will kick the show off with energy and their neo sounds of R&B and psychedelia.  Trampled By Turtles, The Pines and Chastity Brown will represent the many local artists who had a good year in 2012.  The old masters will be represented by Leonard Cohen, Greg Brown, Dr. John and Mr. Bruce Springsteen.  Young artists we saw and loved last year are on this list, too, including Patrick Watson, John Fullbright and Field Report. And if you are expecting Dylan, here is what I’ll do for you:  two of the best Dylan covers I’ve ever heard.

I think you’ll like this show – and let me know what you loved in 2012 that I missed.

This afternoon on Great River Radio, coming to you from the University of St. Thomas’ KUST.

Tune in live, or listen later on the blog.

The details:

Great River Radio – Wednesdays 4:15-5:45 p.m.Watch the live stream: http://www.stthomas.edu/ustclubs/kust/live/liveStream.html
Web/listen later:
https://greatriverradio.wordpress.com
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iChat/AIM: kustradio

Playlist
Nick Waterhouse-Is That Clear
Tame Impala-Elephant
Trampled By Turtles-Midnight on the Interstate
The Pines-Cry, Cry, Crow
Chastity Brown-After You
Rosanne Cash-Biloxi
Patrick Watson-Into Giants
Black Prairie-How Do You Ruin Me?
Field Report-I Am Not Waiting Anymore
Mumford & Sons-Will Wait
Matthew E. White-Will You Love Me
Lucia Micarelli & Steve Earle-One More Cup of Coffee
Leonard Cohen-Darkness
John Fullbright-Nowhere To Be Found
Greg Brown-All of Those Things
Dr. John-Big Shot
Diana Krall-Simple Twist of Fate
Bruce Springsteen-Wrecking Ball
The Tallest Man On Earth-There’s No Leaving Now
Anais Mitchell-Young Man In America
Bonnie Raitt-God Only Knows

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Feb. 15 – Old Ideas (611)

We are in the opening weeks of the busy spring semester on campus, and it has been a couple of months since Great River Radio has been on the air with music for you.  Dan will remedy that today with a show this afternoon.  Check in for morning music from Canada’s The Barr Brothers (I’m A Beggar in the Morning”) and twilight music from our friends Over The Rhine (“Favorite Time of Light.”)  The late and great Etta James will be represented by “Misty Blue” from her final cd, released just weeks before her death.  Wye Oak, an indie folk duo from Baltimore, is on the list with “Civilian”, the title tune from their 2011 cd.  Ireland’s Lisa Hannigan has just released her second cd and we’ll play “Knots” (uke lovers will want to hear this.)

I’ll also have a number of tunes from the massive “Chimes of Freedom” collection of Dylan covers.  CoF is a benefit project for Amnesty International, and the complete set is four discs – 70-some songs.  Now, anytime there is a release of that size (in fact, on any tribute album) there are going to be hits and misses.  I do think that Bob Dylan does his own songs just fine.  At the same time, there are a few tracks in this collection that are worth hearing – I’ll be playing what I think are some notable inclusions by Diana Krall, Steve Earle, Queens of the Stone Age, Billy Bragg and Grammy champion Adele.

Finally, a track from the upcoming Springsteen cd, brand new music from Ingrid Michaelson and Craig Finn and more.

Tune in live around 4:15 this afternoon, or check the blog for the show after I get it loaded up around 6:30.

The Details:
Great River Radio – Wednesdays 4:15-5:45 p.m.
Catch the live stream: http://www.stthomas.edu/ustclubs/kust/KUSTLive.html
Web/Listen Later: https://greatriverradio.wordpress.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GreatRiverRadio

iChat/AIM: kustradio

Brian & Dan

Playlist
River Flows In You-Yiruma
Beggar In The Morning-The Barr Brothers
Favorite Time of Light-Over The Rhine
Misty Blue-Etta James
Civilian-Wye Oak
Come Healing-Leonard Cohen
Quinn The Eskimo-Kris Kristofferson
Simple Twist of Fate-Diana Krall
One More Cup of Coffee-Steve Earle and Lucia Micarelli
Fire-Ingrid Michaelson
Outlaw Blues-Queens of the Stone Age
No Future-Craig Finn
Knots-Lisa Hannigan
Make You Feel My Love-Adele
Lay Down Your Weary Tune-Billy Bragg
Wandering Star-POLICA
We Take Care of Our Own-Bruce Springsteen

 

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