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iEat Green – Guest Michael Vitti – 07.27.17

Vegetarian Mountain Biker, Hiker, Surfer, Yoga Practitioner, Husband, Father and Grandfather. Studied Sustainable trails design in the Smokey Mountains, British Columbia and the Rocky Mountains. He is the President of Concerned Long Island Mountain Bicyclist (CLIMB) and Long Island Greenways and Trails (LIGHT) – non profit advocacy organizations that help create recreational trails away from traffic and the concrete jungle. CLIMB has built and currently maintains …

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A Bowl of Soul – 07.29.16

A Bowl of /Soul Broadcast – 7-29-2016 Quiet Storm – Smokey Robinson – R&B – 1975 I Wanna Be Loved – Dinah Washington – R&B/Pop – 1962 Daddy’s Home – Shep and Limelites – Doo Wop/R&B – 1961 Nights Over Egypt  – R&B – The Jones Girls – 1981 Hello It’s Me – The Isley Brothers – R&B/Pop – 1974 …

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John Michael Greer – Whatever Happened to Peak Oil?

A few months from now, this blog will complete its tenth year of more-or-less-weekly publication. In words the Grateful Dead made famous, it’s been a long strange trip:  much longer and stranger than I had any reason to expect, certainly, when I typed up that first essay and got it posted on what was still, to me, the alien landscape of …

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The Vinyl Experience – 01.01.16

VE 286 1/1/16 Happy New Year! For Lemmy Kilmister and Stevie Wright

The Rockin’ Vickers: Dandy

Hawkwind: Silver Machine

Motorhead: Ace Of Spades

Easybeats: Friday On My Mind

Stevie “Little Stevie” Wright: Evie

London: Friday On My Mind

The Shadows: Friday On My Mind

Phoenix: Lisztomania

Erik St. Laurent: Vendredi m’obsède

David Bowie: Friday On My Mind

U2: New Years Day (US 12 Inch Single remix)

George Harrison: Ding Dong

Decemberists: January Hymn

Simon And Garfunkel: April Come She Will

Guy Lombardo Orchestra: Auld Lang Syne

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The Vinyl Experience – 11.20.15

VE 284 11/20/15

G Love & Special Sauce: Washing Dishes
Van Morrison: Cleaning Windows
Barrence Whitfield & The Savages: Oscar Levant
Langhorne Slim & The Law: Wolves
Big Water: I’ll Be Waking You
Adele: Love Song
Low Cut Connie: Diane (Don’t Point That Thing At Me)
Del Shannon: Runaway
Noah Gundersen: Slow Dancer
Morrissey: I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris
Julie London: Lonely Night In Paris
Ernestine Anderson: Azure Te
Johnny Hartman/John Coltrane: Lush Life
Rod Stewart: Every Picture Tells A Story

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The Vinyl Experience – 10.30.15

VE 244 A 10/31/14 Hard Rockin’ Halloween

Cream: Born Under A Bad Sign

Jim Carrol Band: People Who Died

Guns N Roses: I Used To Love Her

Alice Cooper: Welcomre To My Nightmare

Ramones: Pet Semetary

Frank Zappa/Mothers Of Invention: My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama

Metallica: The Four Horsemen

Howlin’ Wolf: Evil

Jeff Beck Group: Ain’t Superstitious

Ozzy Osbourne: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

Rocky Horror Picture Show: Time Warp

The Who: Boris The Spider

Lou Reed: Halloween Parade

John Zacherle: Limb From Limbo Rock

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John Feffer – Trump Takes on the World

It was 1972. The flamboyant rock star Alice Cooper, not quite a household name at that point in England, was booked to play London’s Wembley Stadium. Shortly before the concert date, only a couple hundred of the 7,000 available tickets had been sold. Facing an epic failure, the redoubtable rock music promoter Shep Gordon emblazoned the side of a truck …