#665 – January 18, 2017 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

New & MidCoastal Releases + Spinning Tree Theatre
+ Inauguration Alternatives

Wednesday MidDay Medley Plays New & MidCoastal Releases Just For your Ears

Wednesday MidDay Medley Plays New & MidCoastal Releases Just For your Ears

We play Fresh & MidCoastal Releases, “hand picked” just for your ears!

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / Universal / Dec. 20, 1979
[WMM’s theme]

2. Flo Morrissey & Matthew E. White – “Look At What the Light Did Now”
from: Gentlewoman, Ruby Man / Glassnote Entertainment / January 13, 2017
[Gentlewoman, Ruby Man is a new collaboration between musician and producer Matthew E. White and English singer-songwriter Flo Morrissey that was recorded over two weeks, at Matthew White’s Spacebomb Studios, based in Richmond, Virgina. The record is a collection of cover songs from Frank Ocena, the Bee gees, James Blake, Leonard Cohen Roy Ayers, and more. Each song is give the Spacebomb treatment of sound, with horns and strings, and beautiful new arrangements. What critics find interesting about this recording is the way the vocals are divided up by Morrissey and White, often with no regard to the original male or female roles. “Look At What the Light Did Now” was originally written and recorded by the band, Little Wings with guest vocalist Feist.]

3. Krystle Warren – “Get A Load”
from: Three The Hardway / Parlour Door Music / expected Spring, 2017
[Last year Krystle Warren premiered this song and her other new songs from this album at the Middle of the Map Fest in a packed room at Californos in Westport and later at The Polsky Theatre for the Performing Arts Series of Johnson County Community College. For this record Krystle decided to play every instrument and do all of the vocals and back up vocals. Krystle was on the show several times last year where she shared the inspirations for this record, early gospel recordings, that crossed over into Jazz fro Pharoah Sanders, Edwin Hawkins, The Swan Silvertones and more. Krystle Warren is originally from Kansas City. Krystle learned to play the guitar by listening to The Beatles albums Rubber Soul and Revolver. Krystle Warren graduated from Paseo Arts Academy in 2001 and began her musical career in Kansas City and collaborating with local jazz and pop musicians. After living in San Francisco and New York City, Krystle was signed to a French recording label, Because Music, and moved to Paris and released her album “Circles” in 2009. Krystle played numerous French and British television programs, including Later with Jools Holland, garnering critical acclaim and traveling all over the world, touring with Rufus Wainwright, Nick Cave, Norah Jones, and Joan As Police Woman. Krystle created, Parlour Door Music, to release “Love Songs: A Time you May Embrace” a recording from a 13 day session in Brooklyn, where she recorded 24 songs live with 28 musicians including her band, The Faculty, alongside choirs, horn and string sections.]

4. Christopher Tolle – “Ulee’s Theme”
from: Early Reflections / Four Big Watts / August 29, 2016
[Written and Performed by Christopher Tolle, Recorded By Chris Cosgrove and Christopher Tolle, Kansas City. Mixed and Mastered by Kliph Scurlock, Wales. Christopher Tolle on vocals & instruments, Chris Cosgrove on drums, William Smith & Kirsten Paludan on Backing Vocals. Christopher Tolle is also know for his work in the bands: The Creature Comforts, The Belles, and Olympic Size.]

[Christopher Tolle plays Davey’s Uptown Rambler’s Club, Saturday, January 21, with Rich Yarges & The Pop Mechanics, and Headlight Rivals.]

[Christopher Tolle’s band The Creature Comforts will play The Bottleneck, in Lawrence, Saturday, February 25 with Ultimate Fakebook, Berwanger/, and Dodge in a special benefit for Dagan.]

5. Calvin Arsenia – “Cardiac”
from: Catastrophe / Calvin Arsenia / Expected: February 14, 2017
[Calvin Arsenia premiere these songs in a live show at recordbar last November. Since Calvin Arsenia came home to KC after living in Edinburgh, Scotland, he has released his EP, Moments, in 2014, and his EP Prose in 2015, and his Folk Alliance exclusive EP Catastrophe in 2016. He has played Folk Alliance International, Kansas City Fringe Fest, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts. Standing at 6 foot 5 inches, Arsenia’s powerful vocals span a 3.5 octave range, while playing piano, bango, guitar and harp Calvin teaches music to elementary students. Calvin is also a graduate of Artist INC.]

[Calvin Arsenia plays recordBar tomorrow night January 19, for The Blackbird Revue farewell KC concert. The duo is leaving Kansas City for LA at the end of the month.]

[Calvin Arsenia plays The Tank Room, TONIGHT, Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 7:00 pmin a special show called Harptasia: Northern Lights described as, “psychedelic dueling harp band exploring the sounds of Winter’s natural phenomena featuring: Michael O, Calvin Arsenia , Simon Huntley, and Rick Willoughby, with an opening band, Jametatone + Kiz.]

6. VEHICLES – “Bluebird”
from: This Bluebird Wants Me Dead / Naughty Dog Records / February 22, 2014
[Third full length album from Wichita, Kansas, based Post Rock – Neo Psychedelic band formed in 2006 with Cody Cloud on guitar & voice, Kerry Bainum on drums, Tony Hull on bass, Isaac Pearson on guitar, Heather Wooldridge on keyboards.]

[VEHICLES play miniBar, Friday, January 20, with Chico Sierra, sMallWaves, Margo May, Issac Diehl, and 21 Years Winter.]

7. The xx – “Say Something Loving”
from: I See You / Young Turks Recordings / January 13, 2017
[3rd studio album by English indie pop band The xx, an English band formed in 2005 in Wandsworth, London. The band members met whilst studying at Elliott School, the same school that produced Hot Chip, Burial, Four Tet, and Pierce Brosnan. Oliver Sim and Romy Madley Croft started the band as a duo when they were 15 with Jamie Smith joining in 2006. I See You is the follow-up to their sophomore album Coexist, and is their first release in more than four years. Produced by Rodaidh McDonald and Jamie xx, who released his solo debut In Colour in May 2015. The band has stated that the record has a more distinctive sound and a more positive, open and “expansive” concept than the previous two albums. It was promoted with the lead single; “On Hold”, November 12, 2016.]

10:30 – Underwriting

10:32 – Interview with Vanessa Severo

Kansas City based professional actor, choreographer, writer and director Vanessa Severo is originally from Brazil, lived for many years in Germany, is a mom of a 4-year old daughter, and in the last 10 year has appeared professionally in nearly 50 productions in area theatres including: the Kansas City Rep, The Unicorn Theatre, The Coterie, The Living Room Theatre, Eubank Productions, Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, The American Heartland Theatre, and The Actors Theatre of Kansas City. For the Living Room, Vanessa wrote and starred in her own work about Frida Kahlo. For Spinning Tree Theatre she was in the company of recent productions of West Side Story and Black Pearl Sings. Vanessa is making her Spinning Tree Theatre directorial debut for SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT, playing January 19 through February 5, at Just Off Broadway, 3051 Penn Valley Drive in Kansas City, Missouri. Vanessa Severo is the director of this new show with a cast that includes: Charles Fugate, Megan Herrera & Bob Linebarger.

Vanessa Severo, Thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

We could probably do an entire hour just on Vanessa and her life, and only scratch the surface, but her family is from Brazil, she spent formative years growing up in Germany, and ended up studying theatre at UMKC. Vanessa shared with us how she fell in love with Kansas City.

On SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT

The Los Angeles Times called this “vaudevillian romp with radio theatre overtones”

New York Times wrote that this play “springs to life like a theatrical pop-up book”

Playwright Margulies, says the play is “about the very nature of artifice and storytelling.”

‘The adventures of Louis de Rougemont – as told by himself’ was the publishing phenomenon of the 1890s. In his autobiography, which was serialized in Wide World magazine, Englishman de Rougemont described his incredible thirty-year adventure lost in the vast, unexplored Australian outback. He sailed the high seas and met exotic islanders, flying wombats, giant sea turtles and an enormous man-eating octopus. Or did he?

Charles Fugate stars as Louis de Rougemont with Bob Linebarger and Megan Herrera playing all other roles in Donald Margulies’ SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT – THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT (AS TOLD BY HIMSELF).

Lighting design is by Nicole Jaja. Sound effects are created and performed onstage by Linebarger and Herrera. Gary Campbell designs costumes and props, the latter inspired by found objects.

SHIPWRECKED! premiered in 2007 at South Coast Repertory, with productions at Long Wharf Theatre, Geffen Playhouse in L.A. and Primary Stages in NYC.

SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT, a Spinning Tree Theatre production, plays January 19 – February 5, 2017 at Just Off Broadway, 3051 Penn Valley Drive in Kansas City, Missouri Tickets and performance schedule available by calling Central Ticket Office (816) 235-6222 or at http://www.spinningtreetheatre.com.

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8. Dirty Projectors – “Little Bubble (Edit)”
from: Little Bubble (edit) – Single / Domino Recording Co. / January 5, 2017
[2nd single from new upcoming 8th album, which would be the follow up to Swing Lo Magellan, from 2012. Dirty Projectors are an American musical group, consisting of David Longstreth on vocals & guitar, Amber Coffman on vocals & guitar, Haley Dekle on vocals, Nat Baldwin on bass, Olga Bell on vocals & keyboards, and Michael Johnson on drums.]

9. Faultfinder – “Active Denial System”
from: Active Denial System / Faultfinder / May 3, 2013
[Recorded by Mike Tuley in 2011. Kansas City based Faultfinder was formed June 10, 2010. The current line up consists of: Joe Wetteroth on guitar, Don Beasley on guitar, Mookie Ninjak on bass & vocals, and Ben Biersmith on drums & vocals. Moe info at: http://soundcloud.com/faultfinder%5D

[Faultfinder play a Cassette Release Show for their new release, In The Sweaty Grip Of The Moron, at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club, Friday, Jan 20, with Keef Mountain, Red Kate, and Andy Cigarettes.]

10. Erica Joy – “All In My Head”
from: Erica Joy, Introduction / Independent / February 3, 2017
[Erica Joy on vocals, Britt Wild on lead guitar, Khitam Jabr on acoustic guita. Recording and produced by Kyle Ward at Counterpoint Studio.]

[Erica Joy plays an EP release for Erica Joy, Introduction, Friday, February 3, at recordBar, 1520 Grand Ave, with for the first time backed by a full band composed of Britt Wild on lead guitar, Khitam Jabr on rhythm guitar, Michelle Bacon on bass, and Stephanie Williams on drums.]

11. The Blackbird Revue – “When You We’re Mine”
from: Glow / The Blackbird Revue / January 23, 2013
[Recorded at The Conductor Studio, Nashville, TN. Produced with Don Chaffer. All songs by Jacob Prestige. The band includes: Jacob & Danielle Prestidge.. The Blackbird Revue played LIVE on WMM on May 22.]

[The Blackbird Revue play a special Farewaell Kansas City show, tomorrow night, January 19, fat recordBar with soecial guests Steve Gardels, Michelle Bacon, Calvin Arsenia and others. The duo is leaving Kansas City for LA at the end of the month.]

11:00 – Station ID & Presidential Inauguration Alternatives

11:00 – Interview with Amy Farrand & Judy Mills

In our second hour, we offer information about Presidential Inauguration Alternatives. Starting tomorrow on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, members of the Kansas City progressive and arts communities have created events for anyone wishing to turn off their corporate TV news, and instead be engaged by local gatherings designed to create community and give a voice to the opposition and fear of the oncoming Trump Presidency. Most of these events are benefits for area not-for-profit organizations that need our help, especially in these times.

Getting us started are our next guests, Amy Farrand, a veteran of the Kansas City music scene, is the lead singer and songwriter for her critically acclaimed new band, Amy Farrand and The Like, who are currently in the recording studio, working on their first record to be released this Spring. Also with us is, Judy Mills who made that leap of faith from a very successful career in corporate retail opened Mills Record Company, three and a half years ago to sell new vinyl records. Last July Mills record Company settled into their new home at 4045 Broadway, just a few blocks away from our studios here at 90.1 FM.

Amy Farrand and Judy Mills are here to share the details about a special benefit for the Rose Brooks Center (a refuge for domestic violence victims) this Friday, January 20 starting at 6:30 PM, at Mills Record Company, 4045 Broadway Blvd, with Katy Guillen & the Girls, members of Bohemian Cult Revival and Sister Mary Rotten Crotch. This is a feminine product drive. All donations go to the Rose Brooks Center.

Amy Farrand & Judy Mills thanks for being with us again on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

I love the whole idea about this benefit show. Can you talk about how this got started?

We talked about how there is a certain amount of justice in the Kansas City music scene. When disaster falls upon us, it is almost certain that someone in the music community will rise up and organize a benefit show.

Friday night’s event is a feminine product drive to help those at the Rose Brooks Center (refuge for domestic violence victims). $10 suggested donation at the door, or $5 with an unopened feminine product. All donations go to the Rose Brooks Center.

Katy Guillen & the Girls at 6:30 pm

members of Bohemian Cult Revival at 7:15 pm

Sister Mary Rotten Crotch at 8:00 pm.

11:09

12. Katy Guillen & The Girls – “Waking Up From You”
from: Heavy Days / VizzTone Label Group and KG&G Records / June 24, 2016
[Katy Guillen on guitar & vocals, Claire Adams on bass & vocals, & Stephanie Williams on drums. Recorded at Weights and Measures Soundlab with their longtime engineer Duane Trower, the band supplemented guitar, vocal and percussive layers; auxiliary instrumentation from blues pianist Mike “Shinetop” Sedovic (Danielle Nicole Band) and jazz trombonist Ryan Heinlein (The Project H); production from Paul Malinowski; and mastering at Black Lab Mastering in Louisville, Kentucky. Katy Guillen & the Girls hometown release of “Heavy Days” on May 21 at Knuckleheads. Katy Guillen & The Gilrs joined us live on WMM on May 4.]

[Katy Guillen & The Girls play Mills Record Company Friday, January 20, at 6:30 pm with members of Bohemian Cult Revival, and Sister Mary Rotten Crotch]

We re talking with Amy Farrand and Judy Mills about a special benefit for the Rose Brooks Center this Friday, January 20 starting at 6:30 PM, at Mills Record Company, 4045 Broadway Blvd, with Katy Guillen & the Girls, members of Bohemian Cult Revival and Sister Mary Rotten Crotch. This is a feminine product drive. All donations go to the Rose Brooks Center.

We talked with Judy Mills about the state of vinyl. Since Mills opened on May 3, 2013, several other record stores have opened including: Revolution Records, Josey Records, Records With Merritt, Brothers Music, along with Vinyl Underground at Seventh Heaven, It’s A Beautiful Day and Renaissance Records in Overland Park. And retail outlets like Half priced Books and Barnes & Noble are now selling new vinyl, it would appear that our community of music lovers is able to support all of these outlets, where just 9 years ago all of our record store were dying. It was a good holiday season for vinyl records.

Rose Brooks Center provides emergency shelter to women and children escaping life-threatening abuse. Once they are safe, these families receive the tools and resources they need to begin rebuilding their life – a life built on respect, love and compassion.

If this is an emergency, please call 911. If you are in a crisis, please call us at 816-861-6100. http://www.rosebrooks.org

A special benefit for the Rose Brooks Center (a refuge for domestic violence victims) this Friday, January 20 starting at 6:30 PM, at Mills Record Company, 4045 Broadway Blvd, with Katy Guillen & the Girls, members of Bohemian Cult Revival and Sister Mary Rotten Crotch. This is a feminine product drive. All donations go to the Rose Brooks Center.

11:21

Other Inauguration Alternative Events for Thursday, Friday, & Saturday:

Hear Us Now: An Artful Inauguration Protest

Thursday, January 19, at Pilgrim Chapel, 3801 Gillham Road, starting at 6:00 pm is Hear Us Now: An Artful Inauguration Protest, in three sessions, and the community to welcome to come and go throughout the night

From 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm Laura Packer (Storyteller) / PRiM-ONE (Poet) / Dr. Drew
Bergerson (Professor, University of Missouri, Kansas City) / Ashley Raines (Musician) / Sweet Storm (Poet)

From 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm Dr. Kim Warren (professor, KU) / Eems (Musician) / Chel O’Reilly (Poet) / Crystal Rose (Musician)

From 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm Chico Sierra (Musician) / Sweet Storm (Poet) / Dr. Drew
Bergerson (Professor, UMKC) / PRiM-ONE (Poet) / Shapiro Brothers (band)

The Trump Inauguration Protest at Union Station

FRIDAY, January 20 – The Trump Inauguration Protest at Union Station, from 2:00 pm to 6:00 PM Protesters are asked to gather on the lawn across the street from the Union Station and will march to City Hall.

The Women’s March on Washington In Kansas City

SATURDAY, January 21, The Women’s March on Washington In Kansas City, 1:00 pm to 3:00 PM, at Washington Square Park at Pershing Rd & Grand Blvd. The Women’s March in Kansas City is a grassroots event that stands in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington. The run of show includes local musicians, spoken word artists, and speakers that represent the areas of emphasis. Our own Una Nowling of 90.1 FM’s The Tenth Voice will be one of the speakers.

11:24 – Underwriting

13. Emmaline Twist – “Vega”
from: Vega / Moon Eyes – Single / Middle Class Records / September 6, 2016
[Recorded and Mixed by Lin Buck at Temple Sound, KCMO. Mastered by Duane Trower at Weights + Measures, KCMO. Meredith McGrade on vocals & guitar, Kristin Conkright on bass, Jonathan Knecht on drums, and Krysztof Nemeth on baritone Guitar. More info at: https://emmalinetwist.bandcamp.com/%5D

[Emmaline Twist plays recordBar, 1520 Grand, Fri, Jan 20, at 9pm, for Musicians For Active Justice: Get Loud!, w/ The Architects, Hipshot Killer, (the)Medicine Theory, benefit for KC For Refugees.]

Judy Mills, Amy Farrand, Krysztof nemeth, and Sondra Freeman on the January 18, 2017 edition of Wednesday MidD.ay Medley

Judy Mills, Amy Farrand, Krysztof nemeth, and Sondra Freeman on the January 18, 2017 edition of Wednesday MidD.ay Medley

11:30 – Interview with Sondra Freeman and Krysztof Nemeth

Joining us in our 90.1 FM Studios is Sondra Freeman who works as Director of Promotions and Artist Relations for Midwest Music Foundation, a nonprofit, founded in 2008 to unite and empower the greater Kansas City music community by providing programs and resources to area musicians through outreach, support, education, and health care opportunities. Sondra is instrumental in MMF’s annual events: Apocalypse Meow, MidCoast Takeover and the MidCoast Takeover fundraiser shows, as well as many other collaborative musical events and fundraisers.

Krysztof Nemeth was last on our show as a member of one of our favorite bands, The Latenight Callers. Since then he has become part of two new bands, Emmaline Twist who we just heard coming out of the break, and Abandoned Bells, his darker more acoustic project. Krysztof is a multitalented artist, and musician, and dad, Sondra rells me talked her into helping to create this event: Musicians For Active Justice: Get Loud!, Friday, January 20, at 9:00 PM, with The Architects, Emmaline Twist, HipShot Killer, and (the) Medicine Theory, at recordBar 1520 Grand, proceeds will benefit KC For Refugees.

Sondra Freeman & Krysztof Nemeth thanks for being with us on WMM.

Krysztof Nemeth talked about the initial moment when he felt that pull to create this event.

Sondra Freeman, works on so many events, not just with MMF, but also Middle of the Map Fest, Folk Alliance, Crossroads Music Fest, and so many others. Sondra talked about her own motivation you to be involved in this event.

Proceeds will benefit KC For Refugees an organization founded on April 6, 2016, to provide a unified platform for diverse communities to help create a welcoming environment for refugees moving to and living in the greater Kansas City area. More information at: http://www.kcforrefugees.weebly.com

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14. Hipshot Killer – “One Good Night”
from: They Will Try To Kill Us All / Throwing Things / January 16, 2016
[KC based 3-piece power punk band formed in the fall of 2008. The current line up consists of: Mike Alexander (Revolvers, Architects, John Velge and The Prodigal Sons, The Starhaven Rounders), on guitar & vocals, Chris Wagner (100 Years War, Jackie Carrol, John Velge and The Prodigal Sons) on bass & vocals, legendary drummer Jon “Buddy” Paul, who plays in (The Big Iron, The Revolvers.) For the recording: Mike Alexander on guitar & vocals, Chris Wagner on bass & vocals, Thomas Becker (Beautiful Bodies), on drums. The band released their debut record Hipshot Killer, April 29, 2011, and a single on Too Much Rock on October 21. Mike Alexander joined us live on WMM on October 19.]

[Hipshot Killer plays recordBar, 1520 Grand, Friday, January 20, at 9:00 pm, for Musicians For Active Justice: Get Loud!, with The Architects, Emmaline Twist, and (the)Medicine Theory, proceeds will benefit KC For Refugees.]

We talked with Krysztof Nemeth about his two new bands:

Emmaline Twist is Meredith McGrade on vocals & guitar, Kristin Conkright on bass, Jonathan Knecht on drums, and Krysztof Nemeth on baritone Guitar.

Abandoned Bells is Teri Ann Quinn on vocals & banjo, Tyson Schroeder on drums & vocals, Krysztof Nemeth on baritone guitar

We talked with Sondra Freeman about the upcoming Midcoast Takeover Fundraisers

15. The Architects – “Wait Don’t Wait”
from: Border Wars Episode III / Independent / September 18, 2015
[8th release from KC band: Adam Phillips on drums, Zachary Phillips on bass, Brandon Phillips on guitar & voice, Christopher Meck on guitar. (for this recording. Mike Alexander is now in this spot in the band.) The three Phillips brothers had previously composed a successful ska and rock band called The Gadjits. In June 2004 The Gadjits ended and Architects, was formed. Mixing traditional punk, maximum R&B, Midwestern alternative rock, blues-based metal and pop melodies, the band is influenced by The Clash, The Who, Social Distortion, Green Day, The Replacements, The Jam and The Kinks. Border Wars is a a five-part concept album and graphic novel series funded by the band’s loyal fans through crowd sourcing. More info at: http://thearchitectsrock.com/%5D

[The Architects plays recordBar, 1520 Grand, Friday, January 20, at 9:00 pm, for Musicians For Active Justice: Get Loud!, with Emmaline Twist, Hipshot Killer, and (the)Medicine Theory, proceeds will benefit KC For Refugees.]

16. David Bowie – “No Plan”
from: No Plan – EP / Jones Tintoretto / January 8, 2017
[This was one of three songs recorded during the Blackstar Sessions but not included in the Blackstar release. They were part of the soundtrack to the stage production Lazarus and released with the soundtrack recording last year. And now a year after Bowie’s death, this song and two others along with Lazarus are released as an EP to go with the new video that just came out on Bowie’s Birthday. The music features David Bowie on vocals, acoustic guitar, and Fender guitar; Donny McCaslin on saxophone, flute, and woodwind; Jason Linder on piano, Wurlitzer organ and keyboards; Tim Lefebvre on bass; Mark Guiliana on drums. McCaslin and the rest of the jazz group recorded their parts in the studio over a period of about one week a month from January to March 2015, and until later in recording were unaware of Bowie’s declining health. The song “Lazarus” is part of Bowie’s Off-Broadway musical of the same name. The album has received universal critical acclaim and commercial success, reaching the number one spot in a number of countries in the wake of Bowie’s death and becoming his first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 album chart in the U.S. Blackstar is the twenty-fifth and final studio album by musician, writer, actor, chameleon, David Bowie. It is the 27th when you count the Tin Machine records, which you should. The album was released worldwide on January 8, 2016, on Bowie’s 69th birthday, and just two days later David Robert Jones passed away at home surrounded by his wife Iman, and his son Duncan Jones from his marriage to Angela Bowie, and daughter Alexandria from his marriage to Iman.]

17. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]
[WMM Closing Theme]

Next week on Wednesday, on January 25 singer Amy Marcus joins us live in our 90.1 FM Studios, Plus Susanna Lee Lucky-Deluxe and Jen Harris join us to share information about the new performance space Outburst, and Jen’s new one-woman play.

Our Script/Playlist is a cut and paste of information.
Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org

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