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VPR Morning Edition Music Beds for the Week of 2/24/14

Monday, February 24th:

5:59am: Bill Frisell: "Egg Radio", from "Gone, Just Like a Train."

6:20am: The Bad Plus: "Flim", from "These Are the Vistas."

6:49am: Buckshot Lefonque: "James Brown, Parts 1 and 2", from "Music Evolution."

6:58am: The String Cheese Incident: "Take 5", from "Carnival 99."

7:20am: Soulive: "Taxman", from "Rubber Soulive."

7:58am: Kitty the Bill: "Gadda Rio", from "Night Over Rio."

8:20am: Russ Barenberg: "The Man in the Hat", from "When At Last."

8:39am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "Penguin Cafe Single", from "Preludes, Airs, and Yodels."

8:50am: Lenny MacDowell: "Memphis Underground", from "Retrospective."

8:59am: Spirit Jazz Project: "Peaceful, Like a Child", from "Square Peg."

Tuesday, February 25th:

5:59am: Robert Palmer: "Get Outside", from "Sneaking Sally Through the Alley."

6:20am: David Grisman: "Desert Dawg", from "Connections 2."

6:49am: Matt Wilson and John Medeski: "Main Stem", from "Gathering Call."

6:58am: Soulive: "Drive My Car", from "Rubber Soulive."

7:20am: Maceo Parker: "Inner City Blues", from "Funk Overload."

7:58am: Blake Aaron: "Will It Go 'Round in Circles?", from "Desire."

8:20am: Doug Perkins: "Gigue in Dm", from "Music for Flat-Top Guitar."

8:39am: Robert Glasper: "F.T.B.", from "In My Element."

8:50am: Grateful Dead: "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad", from Dick's Picks Vol. 20, Live from Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY., 9/28/76.

8:59am: Pharoah Sanders: "Ore-Se-Rere", from "Elevation."

Wednesday, February 26th:

5:59am: Penguin Cafe Orchestra: "In the Back of a Taxi", from "Broadcasting From Home."

6:20am: Stephane Wrembel: "La Foule", from "Introducing Stephane Wrembel."

6:49am: Bill Frisell: "The Big One", from "Big Sur."

6:58am: Bill Frisell: "Shenandoah", from "East/West."

7:20am: Eva Be: "Eve at Bob's", from "Moving Without Traveling."

7:58am: Bill Frisell: "Good Dog, Happy Man", from the album of the same name.

8:20am: Kaila Flexer and Third Ear: "Camels, Camels", from "Acoustic Disc-100% Handmade Music, Vol. 3."

8:39am: Medeski, Martin, and Wood: "Buster Rides Again", from "Tonic."

8:50am: John Fahey: "Sunflower River Blues", from "John Fahey, Peter Lang, Leo Kottke."

8:59am: Alvin "Red" Tyler: "The Peanut Vendor", from the soundtrack to the television series "Breaking Bad."

Thursday, February 27th:

5:59am: Lloyd Miller and the Heliocentrics: "Pari Ru", from "Lloyd Miller and the Heliocentrics."

6:20am: Galactic: "The Green Minute", from "Vintage Reserve."

6:49am: Beastie Boys: "Groove Holmes", from "Check Your Head."

6:58am: McCoy Tyner: "Happy Days", from "Infinity."

7:20am: Phish: "The Mango Song", from "A Picture of Nectar."

7:58am: Laurence Juber: "Private Dick", from "Groovemasters, Vol. 1."

8:20am: The Real Tuesday Weld: "Return I Will To Old Brazil."

8:39am: Preservation Hall Jazz Band: "That's It!", from the album of the same name.

8:50am: Grateful Dead: "Dark Star", from "Dick's Picks Vol. 28, Live from Pershing Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln, NE., 2/26/73."

8:59am: David Holmes: "10:35 I Turn Off Camera Three", from the soundtrack to the film "Ocean's 12."

Friday, February 28th:

5:59am: All India Radio: "Lo-Fi Groovy", from "Permanent Evolutions."

6:20am: Combustion Collective: "Sticks", from "Slick."

6:49am: Bill Frisell: "Have a Little Faith in Me", from the album of the same name.

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "They Love Each Other", from "Dick's Picks Vol. 15, Live at Raceway Park, Englishtown, NJ., 9/3/77."

7:20am: Jimmy Smith: "Goldfinger", from "Verve: The Sound of America: The Singles Collection."

7:58am: Vitamin String Quartet: "You Shook Me All Night Long", from "Back in Baroque: The String Quartet Tribute to AC/DC."

8:20am: Jim Weider's Project Percolator: "Talking With You", from "Pulse."

8:39am: Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman: "Throwing Stones", Live from Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY., 9/5/89.

8:50am: Twiddle: "Wasabi Eruption", from "Somewhere on the Mountain."

8:59am: Galactic, featuring the Kipp Renaissance High School Marching Band: "Karate", from "Carnivale Electricos."