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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 1/27/14

Monday, January 27th:

5:59am: Herbie Hancock: "Norwegian Wood", from "The New Standard."

6:20am: Steely Dan: "Your Gold Teeth II", from "Katy Lied."

6:49am: String Cheese Incident: "All Blues", from "On the Road: Live in Berkeley, CA., 10/26/02."

6:58am: Jon Brion: "Monday", from the soundtrack to the film "I (heart) Huckabees."

7:20am: Galactic: "Doo Rag", from "Coolin' Off."

7:58am: Alex de Grassi, Michael Manring, and Christopher Garcia: "Paint it Black", from "de man ia."

8:20am: Keller Williams: "Blatant Rip Off", from "Breathe."

8:39am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "In the Back of a Taxi", from "Broadcasting From Home."

8:50am: New Mastersounds: "The Road to Fuji Rock", from "Ten Years On."

8:59am: Creol Napfeny: "Hotel California", from "Latin Guitar, Creol-Acoustic Guitar."

Tuesday, January 28th:

5:59am: Bill Frisell: "Keep on the Sunny Side", from "Beautiful Dreamer."

6:20am: Doug Perkins: "Garlic Patch Rag", from "Music for Flat-Top Guitar."

6:49am: Brian Bromberg: "The Wind Cries Mary", from "Bromberg Plays Hendrix."

6:58am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "Dirt", from "Signs of Life."

7:20am: Snooks Eaglin: "High Society", from "New Orleans Street Singer."

7:58am: Crimson Jazz Trio: "Three of a Perfect Pair", from "King Crimson Song Book, Vol. 1."

8:20am: Grateful Dead: "Brown-Eyed Women", Live from Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA., 10/27/79.

8:39am: Doug Young: "The Gathering", from "Closing Time."

8:50am: RjD2: "Incorporate Anthem", from "Magnificent City Instrumentals."

8:59am: Soulive: "Revolution", from "Rubber Soulive."

Wednesday, January 29th:

5:59am: Yellow Dubmarine: "Something", from "Abbey Dub."

6:20am: Charlie Hunter and Leon Parker: "Belief", from "Duo."

6:49am: Bill Frisell: "Raccoon Cat", from "The Best of Bill Frisell, Vol. 1: Folk Songs."

6:58am: Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls: "Dime Bag Conspiracy", from "Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls."

7:20am: John Scofield: "Lazy", from "Groove Elation."

7:58am: Danilo Perez: "Evidence", from "Panamonk."

8:20am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Professor Nohair", from "Radiolarians 1."

8:39am: Robert Walter: "Big Dummy", from "Super Heavy Organ."

8:50am: Grateful Dead: "Franklin's Tower", Live from the Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL., 5/22/77.

8:59am: Booker T and the MG's: "Pound It Out", from "Potato Hole."

Thursday, January 30th:

5:59am: Brad Mehldau: "Days of Dilbert Delaney", from "Ode."

6:20am: Phil Keaggy: "Addison's Walk", from "Beyond Nature."

6:49am: Moses Guest: "De Jam", from "Moses Guest."

6:58am: Jerry Garcia Band: "I Second That Emotion", from "Pure Jerry: Live at Theatre 1839, San Francisco, CA., 7/30/77.

7:20am: New World Beat: "After Carnival", from the album of the same name.

7:58am: String Cheese Incident: "Under African Skies", from "Trick or Treat."

8:20am: Stanton Moore Trio: "Put on Your Big People Shoes", from "Emphasis (on Parenthesis)."

8:39am: Carlos Santana: "Jingo", from "Greatest Hits."

8:50am: Rebirth Brass Band: "Feel Like Funkin' It Up", from the album of the same name. 

8:59am: Mizter Koffy: "Organ Vibe", from "Dirty Martini: A Sultry Blend of Lounge and Chill."

Friday, January 31st:

5:59am: Alex de Grassi: "St. James Infirmary", from "Folk Songs for the 21st Century."

6:20am: Greyboy Allstars: "Left Coast Boogaloo", from "What Happened to Television?"

6:49am: String Cheese Incident: "Midnight Moonlight", from "Rhythm of the Road: Vol. 1, Incident in Atlanta: 11/17/00."

6:58am: David Ornette Cherry: "Underground Funk Hit Me Again", from "It Could Be Different."

7:20am: Bei Bei and Shawn Lee: "Little Nature", from "Into the Wind."

7:58am: Perpetual Groove: "Sun Dog", from "Sweet Oblivious Antidote."

8:20am: Youngblood Brass Band: "War", from "Center: Level: Roar."

8:39am: Grateful Dead: "Eyes of the World", Live from Pershing Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln, NE., 2/26/73.

8:50am: Moses Guest: "Saint Mo", from "Moses Guest."

8:59am: Trombone Shorty: "Say That to Say This", from the album of the same name.