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Location: Damariscotta, Maine
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The national award-winning library with the curious name in a town folks from away can't pronounce.

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April 08, 2019 09:55 AM PDT

More songs about home and other favorites from the 60s and 70s playlist.

Intro from Urge for Going

1:41 Solsbury Hill Peter Gabriel
6:03 Misty roses Tim Hardin
8:00 Mother of Pearl Roxy Music 14:34 Urge for going Tom Rush
20:54 Darkness, Darkness Youngbloods

24:41 When the Levee Breaks Led Zeppelin
31:50 California Joni Mitchell
36:10 Our House Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
39:08 Like a Rolling Stone Bob Dylan
45:14 Prodigal Son Rolling Stones
48:43 Shelter from the Storm Bob Dylan
53:40 Gimme Shelter Rolling Stones

April 04, 2019 09:48 AM PDT

Songs about the joys and sorrows of Home

Coming On Home Show 1

Intro from Sugar Mountain

1:35 Homeward Bound Simon & Garfunkel
4:05 California Dreamin Mamas and Pappas
7:00 Up On Cripple Creek The Band
11:30 Subterranean Homesick Blues Bob Dylan
14:30 Going Home Rolling Stones
25:37 California Girls Beach Boys
28:30 Looking out my back door Creedence Clearwater Revival
31:35 Going Mobile The Who
35:28 Are You Alright? Lucinda Williams
40:35 3rd Stone from the Sun Jimi Hendrix
47:50 Sugar Mountain Neil Young
53:35 She’s Leaving Home, The Beatles
58:05 Finale Summertime Blues The Who

December 10, 2018 08:12 AM PST

Natalie and her goofy Grampa Bob Emmons get together again for another silly fast-paced session of Knock-knocks after Bob primed her with pizza and ice cream. Too bad he couldn't keep up. This kid has talent!

November 28, 2018 08:10 AM PST

Our final session of Blues from the Summer Room created by Mark Addison focuses on some sweet Southern stylin.'


Intro. From Delta Raga
3:16 One Way Out The Allman Brothers Blues Band

8:12 Come See About Me Tedeschi Trucks Band

11:58 Just Won't Burn Susan Tedeschi

16:40 Delta Raga The Derek Trucks Band

20:50 Worried Down With the Blues Gov't Mule

29:30 Who Do You Love? George Thorogood & The Destroyers

34:41 Write Me A Few Of Your Lines / Kokomo Blues Bonnie Raitt

39:31 Rollin' And Tumblin' R.L. Burnside

43:21 All Night Long Junior Kimbrough

49:15 Po Black Maddie North Mississippi Allstars

53:45 Skinny Woman North Mississippi Allstars

1:01:16 Smoking Gun Robert Cray

1:08:22 Turn It Up Samantha Fish

1:05:16 Keep Your Hands off Her The Black Keys

1:13:07 The Blues Is Here To Stay Tab Benoit

October 11, 2018 08:58 AM PDT

Intro from A Whole Lotta Soul
2:14 -- Catfish Blues Gary Clark Jr.
10:14 -- Dirty Pool Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
15:13 -- Blue Jean Blues ZZ Top
20:20 -- You Left Me Nothin' But The Bill And The Blues Joe Bonamassa
24:25 -- Can't You See What You're Doing to Me Ana Popovic
28:16 -- Mean Town Blues Johnny Winter
32:44 -- A Whole Lotta Soul Tab Benoit
39:22 -- Three O'Clock Blues Gary Clark Jr.
45:46 -- Death Letter White Stripes
50:16 -- Darkness Tab Benoit
55:56 -- Texas Flood Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
1:1:15 --Blues Deluxe Joe Bonamassa

May 31, 2018 10:59 AM PDT

Jimi Hendrix was perhaps the best electric guitar player of his generation. As demonstrated in the CD Jimi Hendrix: Blues, he was well-versed in the traditional musical art form of the blues.

Hendrix program playlist:

Intro from Voodoo Chile
3:57 Hear My Train A Comin’ acoustic
7:05 Born Under a Bad Sign
14:40 Red House
18:22 Catfish Blues
26:52 Voodoo Chile Blues
35:37 Mannish Boy
40:55 Once I Had a Woman
48:44 Bleeding Heart
52:36 Jam 292
58:57 Electric Church Red House
1:05:55 Hear My A Comin' electric

May 31, 2018 09:05 AM PDT

You'll go for that - Part 2 of All That Jazz episode Ah Um. Eleven
tunes featuring more lyrical excerpts from Charles Mingus' seminal
album "Ah Um," released in 1959.

I Go For That
Daryl Sherman and John Cocuzzi
Celebrating Mildred Bailey and Red Norvo

Broken Nose
Catharine Russell
Sentimental Streak

Make Me One Pallett On Your Floor
Evan Christopher
This Side Of Evan

Open Letter To Duke
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me
Mose Allison
The Mose Chronicles Vol. 2

Boogie Stop Shuffle
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

Jelly Roll
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

Winin' Boy Blues
Jelly Roll Morton
Doctor Jazz

47th St. Jive
Carl Sonny Leyland
Ready To Boogie

Wolverine Blues
Holland And Coots
Swingin' For The Fences

Girl Of My Dreams
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

OUTRO: Closing Time
New Jazz Wizards
Hoppin' Mad

May 25, 2018 07:59 AM PDT

You'll be in a happy frame of mind when listening to "Ah Um," this edition of All That Jazz. We're featuring excerpts from Charles Mingus landmark album "Ah Um," plus background information and associated sidemen.

Algiers Bounce
Red Allen
World On A String

Better Git It In Your Soul
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

Yeh! Yeh!
Karrin Allyson
Sweet Home Cookin'

Sackville All Stars
Saturday Night Function

The Lady In Red
Hot Club Of San Francisco
The Lady In Red

Solid Old Man
Django Reinhardt
Django With His American Friends

Pedal Point Blues
Charles Mingus
Ah Um

The Book's Beat
Horace Parlan
Up And Down

Happy Frame Of Mind
Horace Parlan
Happy Frame Of Mind

Radio Song
Esperanza Spaulding
Radio Music Society

All That Jazz 37 ? Ah Um Part 1

May 11, 2018 08:40 AM PDT

Maria and Robert Diaz were 8-year-old twins. They loved detective stories. Maria and Robert wanted to be detectives when they grew up. They daydreamed about solving big cases and becoming famous. But when they went searching for a mystery, they couldn't find one at first. But a visit to the local library led them right to a real puzzler.

Story by Skidompha friend Bob Emmons, and read by Mal Gormley, with apologies.

April 18, 2018 07:45 AM PDT

Hugh Masekela was a fine musician and, most of all, a human rights campaigner in South Africa. You know Grazin' In The Grass.

Today you'll hear another example of his artistry. You are, indeed, the kind who?ll like this program.

Grazing In The Grass
Hugh Masekela

Hugh Masekela

Very Early
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Joey Alexander
Handful Of Keys

You're Not The Kind
Ella Fitzgerald with Clifford Brown
You're Not The Kind

Clifford Brown and Max Roach
Jazz Masters

Let's Face The Music And Dance
Cecile McLorin Salvant
Dreams And Daggers

Tagore On The Delta
Charles Lloyd New Quartet
Passin' Thru

Unit 7
Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley

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