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

Monday, March 3rd:

5:59am: Marc Cary Focus Trio: "Indigenous", from "Four Directions."

6:20am: Hot Club of Las Vegas: "Made for Wesley", from "Hot Club of Las Vegas featuring Carol Linnea Johnson."

6:49am: Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls: "Rainy Day Dog", from "Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls."

6:58am: Floratone (featuring Bill Frisell): "Swamped", from "Floratone."

7:20am: Zane Carney: "Gambit", from "Amalgam."

7:58am: The String Cheese Incident: "State Jam", from "Trick or Treat."

8:20am: Bruce Hornsby: "Madman Across the Water", from "Two rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin."

8:39am: Adam Kolker: "Don't Let It Bring You Down", from "Flag Day."

8:50am: Jazz Is Dead: "Unbroken Chain", from "Blue Light Rain."

8:59am: John Zorn: "The Dream Machine", from "Dreamachines."

Tuesday, March 4th: Happy Town Meeting Day, and Happy Mardi Gras y'all!

5:59am: John Zorn: "The Nameless God", from "Psychomagia."

6:20am: The Radiators: "Suck Da Head (Squeeze the Tip)", Live from Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA., 8/24/07.

6:49am: Wicked Knee: "El Ritmo", from "Wicked Knee."

6:58am: Grateful Dead: "Aiko Aiko", Live from the Huntington Civic Center, Huntington, WV., 4/16/78.

7:20am: Bernard Purdie: "Long Live New Orleans", from "The Godfathers of Groove." 

7:58am: Jon Gailmor: "A Town Meeting Tune", from "Checking In."

8:20am: Snarky Puppy: "Tio Macaco", from "We Like It Here."

8:39am: Wynton Marsalis: "The Grand Marshall", from the soundtrack to the film "Tune in Tomorrow."

8:50am: Ben Flocks: "Boardwalk Boogaloo", from "Battle Mountain."

8:59am: Michael Giacchino: "Special Order", from the soundtrack to the film "Ratatouille."

Wednesday, March 5th:

5:59am: Scott Amendola and Charlie Hunter: "Leave On", from "Pucker."

6:20am: Takuya Kuroda: "Rising Son", from the album of the same name.

6:58am: John Zorn: "Sacred Embers", from "Psychomagia."

7:20am: Regina Carter: "See See Rider", from "Southern Comfort."

7:58am: NY Ska Jazz Ensemble: "Lullaby of Skaland", from "Minor Moods."

8:20am: Rock Candy Funk Party: "Heartbeat", from "Rock Candy Funk Party Takes New York: Live at the Iridium."

8:39am: Doug Perkins: "Loch Ness Jig", from "Music for Flat-Top Guitar."

8:50am: Thunderball: "To Catch a Vixen", from "12 Mile High."

8:59am: Soul Vendors: "Swing Easy", from "Downbeat the Ruler."

Thursday, March 6th:

5:59am: Eldar Djangirov: "Watermelon Island", from "Eldar."

6:20am: Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon: "Disco", from "Clone."

6:49am: Regina Carter: "I Moaned and I Moaned", from "Southern Comfort."

6:58am: Jerry Garcia Band: "And It Stoned Me", from "The Long Island Sound: Live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY., 9/5/89."

7:20am: Cirkestra: "Cloud Swing", from "Alice."

7:58am: Nir Felder: "Before the Tsars", from "Golden Age."

8:20am: Bill Frisell: "Keep On the Sunny Side", from "Beautiful Dreamer."

8:39am: Rock Candy Funk Party: "New York Song", from "Rock Candy Funk Party Takes New York: Live at the Iridium."

8:50am: Perpetual Groove: "Sun Dog", from "Sweet Oblivious Antidote."

8:59am: Joe Jackson: "Steppin' Out", from "Joe Jackson Live: 1980-1986."

Friday, March 7th:

5:59am: David Wingo and Jeff McIlwain: "Fiber Density", from the soundtrack to the film "Snow Angels."

6:20am: Patrice Rushen: "Red Clay", from "Piano, Bass, and Drums."

6:49am: Snarky Puppy: "Shofukan", from "We Like It Here."

6:58am: The String Cheese Incident: "Skat", from "On the Road: Live in Columbia, MD., 7/18/02."

7:20am: Mongo Santamaria: "Feelin' Alright", from the album of the same name.

7:58am: Grateful Dead: "Sugar Magnolia", from "Dick's Picks, Vol. 31, Live at Philadelphia Civic Center, 8/4/74."

8:20am: Craig Handy: "Minor Chant", from "Craig Handy and 2nd Line Smith."

8:39am: Regina Carter: "Trampin'", from "Southern Comfort."

8:50am: moe.: "Recreational Chemistry", from "Headseed."

8:59am: Silverlake String Quartet: "Just the Way You Are", from "Tribute to Bruno Mars."