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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 2/3/14

Monday, February 3rd:

5:59am: Lee Ritenour: "Lay It Down", from "6 String Theory."

6:20am: Jason Moran: "Gangsterism Over Ten Years", from "Ten."

6:49am: Aaron Parks: "Roadside Distraction", from "Invisible Cinema."

6:58am: Oz Noy: "Cosmic Background", from "Fuzzy."

7:20am: Bill Frisell: "That's Alright, Mama", from "Disfarmer."

7:58am: John Williams: "The Olympic Spirit", from "Summon the Heroes."

8:20am: Poets of Rhythm: "Discern/Define", from the album of the same name.

8:39am: Louis Armstrong: "Stardust", from "The Essential Louis Armstrong."

8:50am: Led Zeppelin: "The Rover", from "Physical Graffiti."

8:59am: Bryan Ferry Orchestra: "Don't Stop the Dance", from "The Jazz Age."

Tuesday, February 4th:

5:59am: Sun Ra: "I'll Get By", from "Some Blues But Not the Kind That's Blue."

6:20am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Bemsha Swing/Lively Up Yourself", from "It's a Jungle In Here."

6:49am: Nir Felder: "Bandits", from "Golden Age."

6:58am: Omaha Diner: "Wishing Well", from "Omaha Diner."

7:20am: Philip Catherine and Martin Wind: "Blues in the Closet", from "New Folks."

7:58am: Rock Candy Funk Party: "Octopus-E", from "We Want Groove."

8:20am: Count Basie and His Orchestra: "Gypsy Queen", from "Afrique."

8:39am: Grateful Dead: "They Love Each Other", from "Dick's Picks Vol. 19: Live at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, 10/19/73."

8:50am: Kris Bowers: "Wake the Neighbors", from "Heroes + Misfits."

8:59am: Club Des Belugas: "Kissez in Gallop", from "Caviar at 3 a.m. and Minority Tunes."

Wednesday, February 5th:

5:59am: Wayne Krantz: "Tomorrow Never Knows", from "Come Together-Guitar Tribute to the Beatles, Vol. 2."

6:20am: Aaron Goldberg, Omer Avital, and Ali Jackson: "Maraba Blue", from "Yes!"

6:49am: Craig Handy and Second Line Smith: "Minor Chant", from "Craig Handy and Second Line Smith."

6:58am: Jerry Garcia Band: "Run for the Roses", from "Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound, Live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY., 9/5/89."

7:20am: Nir Felder: "Before the Tsars", from "Golden Age."

7:58am: Reverend Gary Davis: "Walking Dog Blues", from "Blues & Ragtime."

8:20am: Fumihito Sugawara & Claude Nine: "Cha Cha De Noir", from "35mm."

8:39am: John Lurie National Orchestra: "Men With Sticks (Noble Version)", from "The Invention of Animals."

8:50am: The Radiators: "Look-A-Py-Py", Live from The Chicken Box, Nantucket, MA., 7/27/10.

8:59am: Jerry Garcia and David Grisman: "Russian Lullaby", from "Jerry Garcia and David Grisman."

Thursday, February 6th:

5:59am: Charles Atlas: "Snow Before Us", from the soundtrack to the film "Up In the Air."

6:20am: The Bad Plus: "Love is the Answer", from "Motel."

6:49am: Ahmad Jamal: "Blue Moon", from the album of the same name.

6:58am: Craig Handy and Second Line Smith: "Organ Grinder's Chant", from "Craig Handy and Second Line Smith."

7:20am: Oz Noy: "Epistrofunk", from "Fuzzy."

7:58am: Green Lemon: "Mess", from "Green Lemon."

8:20am: Orchestre National de Jazz: "Je m'apelle Geraldine", from "Party." 

8:39am: Jazz Mandolin Project: "What Is and What Should Never Be", Live from Bonnaroo, Manchester, TN., 6/12/04.

8:50am: Radio Citizen: "Thema", from "Hope and Despair."

8:59am: Chimpo: "How Ya Like Me Now", from "Chimpo."

Friday, February 7th:

5:59am: Acoustic Alchemy: "Marrakesh", from "Roseland."

6:20am: Victor Wooten: "It's All Right", from "Words and Tones."

6:49am: Mongo Santamaria: "Feelin' Alright", from the album of the same name.

6:58am: Grateful Dead with Branford Marsalis: "Slipknot!>Franklin's Tower", Live from Madison Square Garden, NYC., 9/10/91.

7:20am: The Bad Plus: "Tom Sawyer", from "Prog."

7:58am: Omaha Diner: "Love Train", from "Omaha Diner."

8:20am: Timewarp, Inc.: "I Feel Lucky", from "Dub My Funky Groove."

8:39am: Albert Heath: "Tootie's Tempo", from the album of the same name.

8:50am: Charlie Hunter Quartet: "Lively Up Yourself", from "Natty Dread."

8:59am: Jimmy Smith: "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey", from "Live at the Village Gate."