WMM Playlist from September 26, 2018

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

New & MidCoastal Releases
+ Prisca Jebet Kendagor, Nathan Bowman & Kansas City Public Theatre

1. “It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / Casablanca / December 20, 1979
[WMM’s theme song]

2. Chuck Prophet – “I Bow Down and Pray to Every Woman I See”
from: No Other Love / New West Records / June 18, 2002
[Charles William “Chuck” Prophet is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. A Californian, Prophet first achieved notice in the American psychedelic/desert rock group Green on Red, with whom he toured and recorded in the 1980s. He has also recorded a number of solo records, and gained prominence as a musician and songwriter. Chuck Prophet was born in Whittier, California, United States and calls San Francisco home. After recording one E.P. and eight albums with rock group Green on Red, he released his first solo record Brother Aldo on Fire Records in 1990. It was not released in the U.S. until 1997. He records and tours with his wife Stephanie Finch, who is a singer, keyboardist and guitarist. Prophet was signed to New West Records by Peter Jesperson in 2002. He made two records for New West: No Other Love and Age of Miracles. After years of mostly European and UK success, 2002’s No Other Love was a breakthrough record for Prophet stateside due to the success of the summer single “Summertime Thing” and endorsements from Lucinda Williams, who gave him the opening slot for her summer tour. Prophet was signed to Yep Roc Records in 2007. Since 1990 he has released 14 solo albums. Prophet co-wrote all the songs on Alejandro Escovedo’s Real Animal, to which he also contributed guitar and vocals. The LP was recorded in Lexington, Kentucky and produced by noted producer Tony Visconti.]

Krystle Warren at Mutual Musicians Foundation Saturday, September 15, 2018

3. Krystle Warren & The Faculty – “Born In The Fall”
from: A Time To Keep Love Songs EP / Parlour Door Music / August 12, 2011 [UK]
[This EP came out before Krystle Warren’s 2012 European release, double album: Love Songs – A Time You May Embrace & Love Songs – A Time to Refrain from Embracing came from a 13 day recording session in Brooklyn, where she recorded the 24 songs live with 28 musicians including her band, The Faculty, alongside choirs, horn and string sections. Krystle wrote the songs, and produced the vinyl release. This EP contained three songs from the Love Songs set, plus two other tracks “Sunbeams” which is a different version of this song that was also part of Nezbeat’s collaborative release, “From The Huge Silence,” from 2005, and “Born in The Fall” of which a different acoustic version can be found as a bonus track on the Japanese CD release of 2017’s “Three The Hard Way.” Originally from Kansas City, Krystle learned to play the guitar by listening to Rubber Soul & Revolver from The Beatles. Krystle graduated from Paseo Arts Academy in 2001 and began her musical career collaborating with area jazz and pop musicians. After living in San Francisco and NYC, Krystle was signed to a French label, Because Music, and moved to Paris to release “Circles” in 2009. Krystle played French and British television programs, including Later with Jools Holland, garnering critical acclaim and traveling all over the world with Rufus Wainwright, Nick Cave, Norah Jones, and Joan As Police Woman. Krystle created, Parlour Door Music, to release “Love Songs.” Krystle release her last album, Three The Hard Way on Parlour Door Music on August 18, 2017. Produced by Krystle Warren and Ben Kane (D’Angelo, Emily King, PJ Morton). Recorded, engineered, and mixed by Ben Kane. Written & performed by Krystle Warren. For this record Krystle decided to play every instrument and vocals & back up vocals, “playing bass, drums, lap steel, piano, guitar, and vocals directly to analog tape. She and Ben Kane recorded in Villetaneuse, France, a small town on the outskirts of Paris in a vintage 70s era studio that offered just the right, rich sound to suggest the musical foundation for the record, and to do justice to the duo’s carefully balanced arrangements.” Three The Hard Way was #1 on WMM’s 117 Best Recordings of 2017.]

4. Ida McBeth – “Who is She (And What is She to You)?”
from: Special Request / Ida McBeth / 1998
[This full length album came out between Ida’s 1992 release, “A Gift of Song” and her 2006 release, “Live on The Vine” her forth release. Born in Kansas City Kansasm by the age of five she knew wanted to be a singer. She is a Kansas City legend! Ida McBeth has been a fixture on the Kansas City music scene for more than forty years, getting her first professional job before she even was out of high school.Ida was provided early exposure to a variety of talented vocalists by her mother. These singers included such greats as Nancy Wilson, Arthur Prysock, Nat King Cole, Bill Withers, Gladys Knight and Sarah Vaughan. “Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?” is a track from Bill Withers’ 1972 album, Still Bill. The music was written by Withers along with Stan McKenny, who wrote the lyrics. In 1996, Meshell Ndegeocello recorded the song for her Peace Beyond Passion CD on Madonna’s label Maverick Records. Meshell’s version was her only number one on the US dance charts as a solo artist. Her version also peaked at #34 on the soul chart.]

[American Jazz Museum presents Ida McBeth at Blue Room Jazz Club, 1600 E 18th St. Kansas City, MO, Saturday, September 29, from 8:30 to 12:00]

5. Meshell Ndegeocello – “Sometimes It Snows in April”
from: Ventriloquism / Naive / March 16, 2018
[Singer-songwriter, rapper, bassist, and vocalist. Her music incorporates a wide variety of influences, including funk, soul, jazz, hip hop, reggae and rock. She has received significant critical acclaim throughout her career, and has had ten career Grammy Award nominations. She has been credited for having “sparked the neo-soul movement.”Ventriloquism is the 12th studio album from Meshell Ndegeocello. The album covers eleven R&B and pop tracks originally recorded in the 1980s and 1990s. A portion of the profits of the album will go to the ACLU. Tis album follows “Comet, Come to Me”, her 11th studio album. “Sometimes It Snows in April” was originally recorded by Prince. It was included on his eighth studio album Parade (1986), and within the accompanying film Under the Cherry Moon (1986). Prince wrote and produced the song, along with Wendy & Lisa who provided additional lyrics for the composition. The song’s narrator recounts memories of Christopher Tracy, Prince’s character from Under the Cherry Moon, and how Tracy’s passing affected the narrator; it also expresses their desire to hopefully rejoin Tracy in heaven. “Sometimes It Snows in April” received significant attention after Prince’s death on April 21, 2016, exactly 31 years after its recording date,]

6. Prince – “Mary Don’t You Weep (Piano & A Microphone 1983 Version)”
from: Piano & A Microphone 1983 / NPG Records – Warner Bros. / September 21, 2018
[Piano and a Microphone 1983 is a posthumous studio album by Prince. It is the first album released by the Prince estate with material from his archive, the Vault. The album was discovered in Prince’s Vault at Paisley Park as a single cassette tape. The music was recorded in one take with no backing band, just Prince at the piano, at his Kiowa Trail home studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota.It includes alternate versions of previously released and yet-to-be released songs, cover versions, and sketches of songs. The New York Times called it “a glimpse of a notoriously private artist doing his mysterious work.” “Mary Don’t You Weep” (alternately titled “O Mary Don’t You Weep”, “Oh Mary, Don’t You Weep, Don’t You Mourn”, or variations thereof) is a Spiritual that originates from before the American Civil War – thus it is what scholars call a “slave song,” “a label that describes their origins among the enslaved,” and it contains “coded messages of hope and resistance.” It is one of the most important of Negro spirituals. The song tells the Biblical story of Mary of Bethany and her distraught pleas to Jesus to raise her brother Lazarus from the dead. Other narratives relate to The Exodus and the Passage of the Red Sea, with the chorus proclaiming Pharaoh’s army got drown-ded!, and to God’s rainbow covenant to Noah after the Great Flood. With liberation thus one of its themes, the song again becomes popular during the Civil Rights Movement. Additionally, a song that explicitly chronicles the victories of the Civil Rights Movement, “If You Miss Me from the Back of the Bus”, written by Charles Neblett of The Freedom Singers, was sung to this tune and became one of the most well-known songs of that movement. In 2015 it was announced that The Swan Silvertones’s version of the song will be inducted into the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry for the song’s “cultural, artistic and/or historical significance to American society and the nation’s audio legacy” In 2018, a recording of the song done by Prince in 1983 was released as the first track from Piano and a Microphone 1983 and was used in the Spike Lee movie BlacKkKlansman. Prince’s albums discography consists of thirty-nine studio albums (including five soundtrack albums), three live albums, seven compilation albums, seventeen video albums, and twelve extended plays.]

10:29 – Underwriting

Prisca Jebet Kendagor and Nathan Bowman on the September 26, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

10:31 – Interview with Nathan Bowman & Prisca Jebet Kendagor

theatre artist, musician, and Park University Instructor – Nathan Bowman who with his wife, Elizabeth Bettendorf Bowman, are co-founders of Kansas City Public Theatre a not-for-profit company providing access to the arts through year-round theatre entertainment free of charge to the public. This mission is carried out in two activities: first, through producing aesthetically and ideologically diverse new works and reimagined classics which reflect the unique history and concerns of the Kansas City community; and second, to cultivate civic-minded artists, audiences, and citizens through community-based devised theatre workshops. Their first show of this season is a FREE script-in-hand performance of notable local playwright, Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s “Stained” on Monday, October 1, at 7:00 pm, at Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St, KCMO. More information at: http://www.kcpublictheatre.org

Nathan Bowman, thanks for being with us today on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Prisca Jebet Kendagor began writing plays when she was 12 years old. It was for a sixth grade writing project. After close to two decades she hasn’t looked back. Kendagor’s work has been featured at the Lawrence Arts Center, Fishtank Theatre, and the Buffalo Room. She achieved recent success with “Seven and Ten” when she self-produced it as a staged reading in Kansas City and St. Louis and she made a triumphant return to the Kansas City Fringe Festival in 2018 with her play “Adulting: A Parody” which won Best of Venue, and placed third out of ten on the Best of Fringe list. Kendagor has also had the delight and pleasure of serving as a mentor/teacher with The Coterie Theatre in their “Reach The Write Minds” playwriting workshops.

Prisca Jebet Kendagor, thanks for being with us today on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Co-founded November 30, 2017 by Elizabeth Bettendorf Bowman and Nathan Bowman, Kansas City Public Theatre, a not-for-profit company, provides access to the arts through year-round theatre entertainment free of charge to the public. This mission is carried out in two activities: first, through producing aesthetically and ideologically diverse new works and reimagined classics which reflect the unique history and concerns of the Kansas City community; and second, to cultivate civic-minded artists, audiences, and citizens through community-based devised theatre workshops.

Kansas City Public Theatre’s script-in-hand performance of notable local playwright, Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s Stained on Monday, October 1st at the Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St, Kansas City, Missouri. This Theatre Lab is for mature audiences.

Prisca Jebet Kendagor and Nathan Bowman on the September 26, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

Prisca Jebet Kendagor (PRIS-kuh KEN-duh-gor) is an Actress/Teacher at Coterie Theatre; an Actress at Trike Theatre; a Teacher at Kansas City Black Rep Theatre.

She lives in Kansas City, Missouri and is from Lawrence, Kansas

About Stained: Tamera is a playwright. A successful one at that. An extremely disorganized, scatterbrained, successful playwright…who is mending a broken heart.. What’s the best way to mend a broken heart? Hire a struggling actor to prostitute himself to you that’s how. Hey, women have sexual needs too. With a performance dead line staring her down, an unfinished script, Kenzie her manager and producer keeping her on task, and an un dealt with love life from which she gains inspiration from, Tamera must take the time to get real and honest if her come back play is going to be as big of a success as everyone believes it is….plus there’s her F#@k Boy.

The Cast!

Kyle is grateful to be involved in another of Prisca’s new plays. He joined AEA in Dec of last year and he was most recently seen in ‘And Then There Were None’ for KCAT in the fall of 2017. You can see him next in ‘Of Mice And Men’ on the Copaken Stage at the KC Rep Theater starting October 18th.

Chioma Anyanwu is excited to make her 2nd appearance with KC Public Theatre in her 2nd reading of Stained! A Columbia, MO native, she has called KC home for 10 years and just completed her MFA in Acting this Spring at UMKC. You can find her again at the Unicorn Theatre this December in The Wolves.

Emmy Panzica is pleased to once again bring the fierce words of Kenzie to life in Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s “Stained”. You can see Panzica as Corella and Lola in the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre’s production of Horton Foote’s Orphan’s Home Cycle running October 25th – November 18th. Previous credits include: The Crucible (Equity Actors Readers Theatre), “Kiss & Tail” (The Living Room Theatre with the KC Zoo), Along the Line (Fishtank Theatre),The Ironing Man (KC Melting Pot Theatre), and William Inge Festival Play Labs 2017 & 2018 (Kokopelli Theatre Company). In her spare time Emmy likes to go on walks with her husband and dogs, read books on the couch with the cat, and watch documentaries.

KC Public Theatre – Theatre Lab at the Uptown Arts Bar! – Every first Monday of the month, Kansas City Public Theatre presents staged readings of local playwrights and small-scale performance art which reflects the unique history and concerns of the Kansas City community. Experience the development of new work and support area artists as they put new ideas to the stage! All events are FREE and open to the public.

TO SUBMIT: Send your project idea/play and headshot to kcpublictheatre@gmail.com with the subject “Theatre Lab.” All performances should be 60-90min in length.

Nathan Bowman is Producing Artistic Director for Kansas City Public Theatre
(November 30, 2017 to present)
Nathan Bowman is a Graduate Teaching Assistant at The University of Kansas
(August 2013 to present) Lawrence, Kansas
Nathan Bowman is a Stage Carpenter at Kansas City Repertory Theatre
(2011 to present) Kansas City, Missouri
Nathan Bowman is an Instructor at Park University, Parkville, Missouri
Nathan Bowman is a Singer/Guitarist at Attic Light, Kansas City, Missouri
http://www.atticlightmusic.com / http://www.facebook.com/atticlightkc / http://www.twitter.com/atticlightmusic

University of Kansas Studied Ph.D. in Drama & Theatre · Ph.D. Theatre · Lawrence, KS
University of Kansas – Jul 2013 to May 2015 · Religious Studies MA · Lawrence, KS
Northwest Missouri State University Class of 2011 · Theatre & Philosophy · Maryville, MO
Excelsior Springs High, Class of 2007 · Excelsior Springs, Missouri

Prisca Jebet Kendagor and Nathan Bowman on the September 26, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

Nathan Bowman, Prisca Jebet Kendagor, thanks for being with us today on WMM.

Their first show of this Kansas City Public Theatre’s new season is a script-in-hand performance of notable local playwright, Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s “Stained” on Monday, October 1, at 7:00 pm, at Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St, KCMO. More information at: http://www.kcpublictheatre.org

10:45 – Four Artists Playing the 1st Annual NKC Music Fest

1st Annual NKC Music Fest
Saturday, September 29
29 Bands / 8 Venues
Info: http://www.NKCFest.com

7. Mikal Shapiro – “Little Black Ant”
from: The Musical II / Mikal Shapiro / May 26, 2018
[The sequel to Shapiro’s 2015 concept album “The Musical.” Mikal Shapiro, on vocals & guitar, Chad Brothers on vocals & guitar, Johnny Hamil on bass, and Matt Richey on drums. Special guests include: Hermon Mehari on trumpet, Tina Bilberry on viola & violin, Damon Parker on keyboards, and Lauren Hughes on vocals. Engineered and co-produced by Joel Nanos at Element Recording & Mastering Studios.]

[Mikal Shapiro plays the FM Music Vintage Sounds Stage at 206 East 18th Avenue in North Kansas City at 3:00 pm for The NKC Music Fest, Saturday, September 29th.]

8. The Big Iron – “I Disagree”
from: The Big Iron / The Big Iron / May 30, 2014
[The band’s 4th full-length was produced, mixed and mastered by Duane Trower at Weights and Measures Soundlab. http://www.wmsoundlab.com Album cover and photos by Todd Zimmer. All songs by The Big Iron. It’s the band’s follow-up to 2014’s “We Will Fall”, 2008’s “Thanks for the Therapy,” and their 2001 debut recording, “Bury My Mistakes.” Ricky Reyes on guitar; Jon Paul on drums; Jeff Pendergraft on vocals, and Mike Farren on bass. More info at: thebigiron.bandcamp.com/]

[The Big Iron plays Velo Garage & Tap House, 1403 Swift Street in North Kansas City at 9:30 pm, for The NKC Music Fest, Saturday, September 29th.]

9. Deco Auto – “Goals”
from: Goals – Single / Deco Auto / February 21, 2017
[New music from Kansas City based alternative pop-punk / power-pop trio. Guitar/vocals: Steven Garcia; bass/vocals: Tracy Flowers; drums: Pat Tomek. All songs written by Steven Garcia, $tudent Loans For Life Music (ASCAP). Recorded, mixed and mastered by Pat Tomek at Largely Studios, Kansas City, MO. Recorded in November 2016]

[Deco Auto plays Davey’s Uptown TONIGHT, Wednesday, September 26, at 10:00 pm with Vela, Bird Girls, and North By North.]

[Deco Auto plays The Rino, 314 Armour Rd. in North Kansas City at 7:00 pm, for The NKC Music Fest, Saturday, September 29th.]

10. Marcus Lewis Big Band – “Post Racial (feat. Kadesh Flow)”
from: Brass and Boujee / Independent / August 24, 2018
[Brass & Boujee, the dynamic collaboration between The Marcus Lewis Big Band, Kemet the Phantom, and Kadesh Flow. Marcus has performed at the Grammy Awards, the New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Glastonbury Fest, Nobel Peace Prize Concert and the North Sea Jazz Fest, Sydney Opera House, and the White House. TV shows include SNL, David Letterman, The Today Show, Jools Holland, Arsenio Hall, and American Idol. Marcus has performed with are Aretha Franklin, Prince, Janelle Monáe, Bruno Mars, B.o.B, and Jidenna.]

[Kadesh Flow plays Chicken N Pickle, 1761 Burlington Street, North Kansas City at 6:00 pm, for The NKC Music Fest, Saturday, September 29th.]

11:00 – Station ID

11. Car Seat Headrest – “My Boy (Twin Fantasy)”
from: Twin Fantasy/ Matador / February 16, 2018
[Twin Fantasy (Face to Face) is the eleventh studio album by indie rock band Car Seat Headrest, released on February 16, 2018. It is a complete re-recording and reworking of the band’s sixth studio album, Twin Fantasy, released in 2011. Originally a started as a solo recording project by 26 year old, Will Toledo, in Leesburg, Virginia. Toledo chose the name “Car Seat Headrest” after recording the vocals of his first albums in the back seat of his car, for privacy. Car Seat Headrest released 12 albums on Bandcamp. Toledo’s production has gradually grown less lo-fi, but he still remains an effective example of the DIY ethic. Toledo saw a large influx of new fans with his 2011 release Twin Fantasy, which has become the most popular of his self-released albums. In September 2015, Car Seat Headrest announced on his Facebook page that he had signed an album deal with Matador Records. In October 2015, Car Seat Headrest released the compilation album, Teens of Style under the label. This was his first album that was not self-released via Bandcamp. The new album, Teens of Denial, was created with traditional studio processes.]

[Car Seat Headrest plays Crossroads KC, 417 East 18th, KCMO, Friday, September 28, at 7:00 PM.]

12. Kississippi – “Rinse, Repeat”
from: Sunset Blush / Bug Crusher Records / April 6, 2018
[Debut full length album from Philadelphia based indie folk band fronted by Zoe Allaire Reynolds (with Adam DaSilva, Jeremy Probst, Allegra Eidinger (They/Them), and Kaylen Alan Krebsbach.]

[Kississippi plays The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire St, Lawrence, KS, Thursday, September 27, at 7:00 with Foxing, & Ratboys.]

13. Foxing – “Nearer My God”
from: Nearer My God / Triple Crown Records / August 10, 2018
[Third album from the critically acclaimed St. Louis based band formed September 2, 2011 with: Conor Murphy, E.M. Hudson, Enrique Sampson, Jon Hellwig. Pitchfork writes: “The band’s previous albums, The Albatross and Dealer, were bookended by muted introductions and finales, hand-crafted keepsakes meant to be dog-eared and footnoted. Nearer My God is likewise a closed system bound with melodic and lyrical leitmotifs, but designed more like a multimedia extravaganza. About two minutes into the opener “Grand Paradise,” Murphy is “shock-collared at the gates of heaven” when the drums finally come in and it’s a legit drop for light shows they’ll never afford at festivals that have never considered booking them. Nearly an hour later, he cries, “Heaven won’t take me in”.” Produced and Engineered by Chris Walla and E.M. Hudson. Additional production by Mike V. Davis. Additional Engineering by Conor Murphy, Enrique Sampson, Joe Reinhart, Mike V. Davis. Editing by Ryan Wasoba, Mike V. Davis. Mastered by Joe Lambert. Arrangements by E.M. Hudson. Lyrics by Conor Murphy.]

[Foxing plays The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire St, Lawrence, KS, Thursday, September 27, at 7:00 with Ratboys & Kississippi.]

14. Island – “The Day I Die”
from: Feels Like Air / French Kiss Records / April 6, 2018
[Debut album from London based band made up of: Rollo Doherty, Jack Raeder, James Wolfe, and Toby Richards. The band is currently on a North American tour.]

[Island plays recordBar, 1520 Grand Ave, KCMO, Friday, September 28, at 8:00 pm]

15. Tyto Alba – “Shadow Monster”
from: Shadow Monster – Single / Tyto Alba / September 19, 2018
[Denver, Colorado based indie-rock/dream-pop band consisting of four friends making music together. Tyto Alba is fronted by singer/songwriter Melanie Steinway, on vocals and guitar, a tattooist and illustrator by day. Her folk background melds with indie, shoegaze and dream-pop influences for a distinctly lush and dreamy sound. Matt Rossi on guitar, Danny Dimarchi on bass & hype man, and Andrew Beir on drums. Tyto Alba has self-released two EPs and a handful of singles and is currently working on their debut full-length with Mighty Fine Productions.]

[Tyto Alba plays miniBar, TONIGHT, Wed, Sept 26, 9:00 PM w/ North By North, Toughies, & Akkilles]

[Tyto Alba plays Replay on Lawrence Thursday, Sept. 27, at 10:00 PM with La Guerre and Maybe Not]

16. Pale Tongue – “King in Yellow”
from: King In Yellow – Single / Manor Records / September 21, 2018
[The band’s upcoming self titled EP will be released on October 5. Lawrence based 3-piece band formed by Carlos Calderon and Nick Fredrickson of The Appleseed Cast and bassist James Thomblinson of Arc Flash, and Psychic Heat. The trio has molded their ripping ‘dungeon rock’ sound into a fierce torrent of fuzz and fury, bending and merging gritty acidic psych-punk with hypnogogic dreamscapes, crafting a realm of experience dripping in cosmic horror and heady awe. Engineered by Mitch Hewlett. Mix and Mastered by Joel Coon.]

[Pale Tongue play an EP Release Show, Friday, October 5, at 9:00 pm, at miniBar, 3810 Broadway, KCMO with HMPH, and Drugs & Attics.]

[Pale Tongue play an EP Release Show, Saturday, October 6, at 9:00 pm, at Haunted Kitchen with Y god Y, and FACEFACE.]

17. Death Cab for Cutie – “Gold Rush”
from: Thank you for Today / Atlantic Recording Corporation / August 17, 2018
[The ninth studio album from indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie. The album was produced by Rich Costey, who returns after collaborating with the band on their eighth album, Kintsugi. It is the first Death Cab for Cutie release to not feature Chris Walla since the band’s first album, You Can Play These Songs with Chords. The album also marks the first time guitarist/keyboardists Dave Depper and Zac Rae have appeared on a Death Cab for Cutie album, after making their debut recording with the band on the 2016 single “Million Dollar Loan”. The album was announced on June 13, 2018, along with the release of its first single, “Gold Rush”. The band also announced a tour to support the album’s release, beginning in fall 2018. Two further singles were released from the album prior to its release: “I Dreamt We Spoke Again” and “Autumn Love”. “Gold Rush” originated as a demo that the band planned to discard, but was revisited at the suggestion of producer Rich Costey and combined with another demo.[1] The song was written by lead vocalist and guitarist Ben Gibbard as “a requiem for a skyline”, inspired by the rapid changes to Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, where Gibbard had lived for 20 years and some areas were “almost unrecognizable” due to the influx of workers for companies like Amazon. The song uses a sample from “Mind Train”, a song from Yoko Ono’s 1971 album Fly. The song is in the key of F major and has a BPM of 80. The music video for “Gold Rush”, directed by Alex Southam, features Gibbard walking down a city street, observing passersby as their outfits change to a modern style. The video ends with Gibbard stopped by a swarm of people distracted by their smartphones. Death Cab for Cutie performed the song on the June 21, 2018, episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.]

[Death Cab For Cutie play The Midland Theatre, 1228 Main Street, on Tuesday, October 2, at 7:00 PM, with Charly Bliss.]

18. Remy Styrk – “In Too Deep”
from: In Too Deep – Single / Remy Sryrk / June 13, 2018
[20 year old Remy Stryk lives in Leawood Kansas. Originally for Newark, New Jersey. This multi instrumentalist has been writing and recording music for several years. “In Too Deep” is one of four singles Remy has released in the last two years. Written by Remy Styrk. Mixed and Mastered by Joel Nanos at Element Recording. Remy Styrk released the EP Sunday, on January 25, 2018 a follow up to the August 12, 2015 full length album, Telling Stories Through The Basement Door.]

Calvin Arsenia plays The Gem Theatre Saturday, September 15, 2018.

19. Calvin Arsenia – “Headlights”
from: Cantaloupe / Bullseye Records / September 15, 2018 (KC Release)
[The first release on Bullseye Records. Calvin Arsenia who came home to KC in 2014 after living in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has released the EPs, Moments, Prose, and last year’s full length debut, Catastrophe. This year he released the EP Caviar to special guests who attended his Wickstock West show in West Bottoms. Standing at 6 foot 6 inches, Arsenia’s powerful vocals span a 3.5 octave range, while playing piano, banjo, guitar & harp. Calvin has played Folk Alliance International, KC Fringe Fest, Apocalypse Meow, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts, Middle of the Map Fest., The Folly Theatre. Last year he undertook a three month US/European Outlyre Tour where he has played San Francisco, Portland, Vancouver, NYC, Boston, Edinburgh, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, Lyon and Paris.]

[Calvin Arsenia plays recordBar on October 22 with Jake Wells]

11:40 – Underwriting

20. David George – “Lesson Of Love (feat. Shanna Jones)”
from: Lesson Of Love – EP / David George / February 23, 2018
[The third of three EP’s to be release over one year! This album features David George and his full band included a 3-pc horn section. All songs written by David George. Except “And She Knows” David George & Eason Pritchard. Horns on track Lesson of Love & And She Knows arranged by Bob Malone. Horns on all other tracks arranged by Ryan Heinlein. David George – Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitars. Ben Byard – Bass & Vocals. Pat Tomek – Drums. Giuliano Mingucci – Drums. Mike Stover – Pedal Steel Guitar, John Johnson – Lead Guitar. Bob Malone – Organ. Nate Nall – Trumpet. Ian Corbett – Baritone Sax. Kyle Hall – Trombone. Anthony Ritchie – Trombone. Stuart Ashley – Sax. David Luther – Vocals. Erik Voeks – Vocals. Camry Ivory – Vocals. Shanna Jones – Vocals. Produced by David George, Engineered and Mixed by Pat Tomek – Largely Studios, Mastered by Duane Trower – Weights & Measures Soundlabs/KCMO. With Erik Voeks, David George also released the EP Volker Brothers in June 2018.]

[David George Band plays The Riot Room, Saturday, September 29, at 4:00 pm with Edison Lights.]

21. Lyn Sherr – “She Lived” by Lucille Clifton
from: Poetic License 100 Poems-100 Performers / GPR Records / March 5, 2013
[Lucille Clifton was born Thelma Lucille Sayles, in Depew, New York on June 27, 1936 in Depew, New York she died on February 13, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. Lucille Clifton (born) grew up in Buffalo, New York, and graduated from Fosdick-Masten Park High School in 1953. She attended Howard University with a scholarship from 1953 to 1955, leaving to study at the State University of New York at Fredonia (near Buffalo. She was an American poet, writer, and educator from Buffalo, New York. From 1979 to 1985 she was Poet Laureate of Maryland. Clifton was a finalist twice for the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. In 1958, Lucille Sayles married Fred James Clifton, a professor of philosophy at the University of Buffalo, and a sculptor whose carvings depicted African faces. Lucille and her husband had six children together, which included four daughters (Sidney, Fredrica, Gillian, and Alexia) and two sons (Channing and Graham). Lucille worked as a claims clerk in the New York State Division of Employment, Buffalo (1958–60), and as literature assistant in the Office of Education in Washington, D.C. (1960–71). Writer Ishmael Reed introduced Lucille to Clifton while he was organizing the Buffalo Community Drama Workshop. Fred and Lucille Clifton starred in the group’s version of The Glass Menagerie, which was called “poetic and sensitive” by the Buffalo Evening News. In 1966, Reed took some of Clifton’s poems to Langston Hughes, who included them in his anthology The Poetry of the Negro. In 1967, the Cliftons moved to Baltimore, Maryland. Her first poetry collection, Good Times, was published in 1969, and listed by The New York Times as one of the year’s ten best books. From 1971 to 1974, Clifton was poet-in-residence at Coppin State College in Baltimore. From 1979 to 1985, she was Poet Laureate of the state of Maryland. From 1982 to 1983, she was visiting writer at the Columbia University School of the Arts and at George Washington University. In 1984, her husband died of cancer. From 1985 to 1989, Clifton was a professor of literature and creative writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She was Distinguished Professor of Humanities at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. From 1995 to 1999, she was a visiting professor at Columbia University. In 2006, she was a fellow at Dartmouth College.]

22. Lucy Wainwright Roche – “Heroin”
from: Heroin – Single / Lucy Wainwright Roche – Tone Tree Music / June 1, 2018
[one of three new singles released from Lucy this year in anticipation of her new album Little Beast. Lucy Wainwright Roche was born December 16, 1981. She is the daughter of singer-songwriters Loudon Wainwright III, a Grammy Award winner, and Suzzy Roche, who, along with her sisters (Lucy’s aunts) Maggie and Terre Roche, make up the vocal group The Roches, known for their original harmonies. The couple split when Lucy was two years old and her father spent much of his time in the UK, so Lucy didn’t see her father much during her childhood. The Loudon Wainwright song “Screaming Issue” is written about Lucy. Lucy is also the half-sister of singer-songwriters Rufus Wainwright and Martha Wainwright (whose late mother Kate was half of the Canadian folk duo Kate & Anna McGarrigle). She has toured with Rufus throughout the years. Through her father, she is a niece of Sloan Wainwright. Roche was born and raised in Greenwich Village, New York City. She attended PS 41 in Manhattan and high school at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, New York, graduating in 1999. She then attended Oberlin College in Ohio, graduating in 2003 with a degree in creative writing. In 2006 Roche received her master’s degree in general education from Bank Street College of Education in Manhattan. She currently resides in Brooklyn. Roche initially chose to bypass the family career choice of music in order to teach elementary school in Durham, NC and New York City for several years. In 2007, she made the decision to pursue a career in music full-time.]

[Lucy Wainwright Roche plays KC Crossroads, Sun, Sept. 30, 8:00 PM, opening for the Indigo Girls.]

23. Amy Farrand & The Like – “Junk Man”
from: One / Amy Farrand / April 28, 2018
[Amy Farrand & The Like are Amy Farrand on lead vocals & guitar, Steve Tubbert on bass, Felix Dukes on drums, Kyle Dahlquist on keyboards & backing vocals, Stephan Jean-Francois on trumpet, and Katie Gilchrist on backing vocals. 11-song debut album was recorded w/ Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab. Amy Farrand plays over a dozen intruments, bass, drums, lap steel, guitar, she has hosted variety shows, and radio shows and has been a a member of the bands: American Catastrophe, Experimental Instrument Orchestra, Shotgun Idols, Sister Mary Rotten Crotch, Atlantic Fadeout, The Silver Maggies. One reviewer wrote of her, “Amy Farrand is a tough-as-nails vocalist making her an invaluable asset to any live act.”]

[Amy Farrand & The Like play recordBar, Saturday, September 29, at 8:00 PM with CHaCO! and Tracer Heights.]

24. The Country Duo – “Picking Up The Pieces”
from: Live At Sun Studio / The Country Duo / September 1, 2017
[Recorded live at Sun Studio, Memphis TN on August 14, 2016 for the Sun Studio Sessions television show as seen on PBS across the United States. All songs written by Kasey Rausch on vocals & acoustic guitar, and Marco Pascolini on pedal steel & baritone guitars. Engineered by Curry Weber, assisted by Ples Hampton at Sun Studio. Mixed by Paul Malinowski, Mastered by Chad Meise at Massive Sound, KCMO. Kasey Rausch is one of the first musicians to play live on WMM. She is a 5th generation musician, songwriter and co-producer of River Trade Radio on KKFI 90.1FM. Her family and musical roots can be found in Parkville, Kansas City, the Missouri Ozarks, Winfield, Kansas, and deep Southeast Texas. Her third album, Guitar in Hand debuted at #3 on the Roots Music Reporting charts and was voted one of the top three albums of the year by readers of The Pitch. She was named 2013’s Female Performer of the Year by The Farmer’s Turnpike on KMXN 92.9 FM. Marco Pascolini grew up in a family of artists. His parents were both artists at Hallmark. For more than twenty years Marco Pascolini has built a musical reputation as one of the most well-respected musicians in Kansas City playing in the bands Scott Hrabko and the Rabbits, Folkicide, Dead Voices, Mr. Marco’s V7, Expassionates, the Brannock Device, Snakebite Orphans, the Fred Wickham band, with Kasey Rausch in The Naughty Pines. Marco is also a graphic artist and has designed multiple album covers and sleeve designs including the new Victor & Penny 7″ Single.]

[The Country Duo play Stockyard Sundays, Sunday, September 30, at 3:00 pm. at Stockyards Brewing Co. at 1600 Genessee Street, Suite 100, KCMO.]

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

Next week on Wednesday October , we play more New & Local Releases and welcome special guests: Of Tree, Sterling Witt, and Aaron Rhodes.

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

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Wednesday MidDay Medley plays more New & MidCoastal Releases + Nathan Bowman & KC Public Theatre

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

New & MidCoastal Releases
+ Nathan Bowman & Kansas City Public Theatre

Mark plays more New & MidCoastal Releases from: Remy Styrk, Mikal Shapiro, The Big Iron, Marcus Lewis Big Band & Kadesh Flow, Pale Tongue, Amy Farrand and The Like, Ida McBeth, Calvin Arsenia, Krystle Warren & The Faculty, Deco Auto, David George with Shanna Jones, The Country Duo, Kississippi, Foxing, Prince, Car Seat Headrest, Island, Death Cab For Cutie, Tyto Alba, Meshell Ndegeocello, Lucy Wainwright Roche, and Chuck Prophet. Mark features music from four bands playing the North Kansas City Music Fest.

Nate Bowman

At 10:30 we talk with theatre artist, musician, and Park University Instructor – Nathan Bowman who with his wife, Elizabeth Bettendorf Bowman, are co-founders of Kansas City Public Theatre a not-for-profit company providing access to the arts through year-round theatre entertainment free of charge to the public. This mission is carried out in two activities: first, through producing aesthetically and ideologically diverse new works and reimagined classics which reflect the unique history and concerns of the Kansas City community; and second, to cultivate civic-minded artists, audiences, and citizens through community-based devised theatre workshops. Their first show of this season is a FREE script-in-hand performance of notable local playwright, Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s “Stained” on Monday, October 1, at 7:00 pm, at Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St, KCMO. More information at: http://www.kcpublictheatre.org

Tune in on 90.1 FM KKFI
or streaming live at kkfi.org

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WMM Playlist from August 31, 2011

Wednesday MidDay Medley

TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org

90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio

Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

New & Local Releases + BREAD! KC + Sterling Witt LIVE!

1. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – “Heart in Your Heartbreak”

from: Belong / Slumberland Records / March 29, 2011

[2nd studio album from NYC band, who’s name comes from an unpublished children’s story of the same title that a friend of vocalist Kip Berman wrote.]

2. Everyday/Everynight –“Breathe Deep”

from: Etc. / Golden Sound Records / May 3, 2011

[Nominated for a Pitch Music Award for “Best Emerging Act.” Evan Ashby on Guitar, Mat Shoare on Guitar/Keyboard/Vocals, Austin Lyon on Drums, and Jerad Colton Tomasino on Guitar/Keyboard/Vocals The band includes three members who sing and write songs. Golden Sounds Records is a new local recording company who also release the music of Oriole Post and The Empty Spaces, as well as the solo works of Jerad Colton Tomasina and Mat Shoare. KC band, Everyday/Everynight plays Knickerbockers in Lincoln, NE, Sat, Sep 17; The Brick, 1727 McGee St. in KC, on Thu, Nov 3; Barley Street Tavern in Omaha, NE on Nov. 4; and Sideshows in Columbia, MO, Sat, Nov 5.]

3. Rex Hobart and The Misery Boys – “I Just Lost My Mind”

from: Empty House / Bloodshot Records / February 22, 2005

[4th album from KC’s very own multi-talented, Rex Hobart, who’ll be performing in concert, Tues, Sept 6, at The Record Bar, 1020 Westport Rd.]


4. Yellow Ostrich – “Hold On”

from: The Mistress / Barsuk Records / August 16, 2011

[Barsuk records has re-released “The Mistress” originally put out on Vinyl by AFTERNOON RECORDS on February 15, 2011. It’s what they are calling “a bedroom project,” from Alex Schaaf, the individual behind the NYC based Yellow Ostrich, who now tour as a three piece band. Yellow Ostrich will play the Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, NE, on Nov. 16 with Ra Ra Riot + Delicate Steve]

5. Maria Taylor– “Bad Idea?”

from: Overlook / Saddle Creek Records / Aug. 16, 2011

[5th solo album from the singer songwriter originally from Birmingham, Alabama. Maria was one half of the band Azure Ray with Orenda Fink. Maria Taylor recently moved back home to Alabama after living for many years on the West Coast. For the first time she has self-produced her own record, in an attempt to capture the sound of the South, of Alabama and its music scene, enlisting local musicians to flesh out the album and lend their personalities to the songs. The sessions ran loose and easy, with family and friends often stopping in and spending time as she recorded. ]

6. Digitalism – “2 Hearts”

from: I Love You, Dude / V2 Records / June 21, 2011

[2nd studio album by German electro pop duo who met at a record store in Hamburg in 2004, and became friends. Later, the store’s owner asked them to DJ a party, and they then began mixing and recording. They record their music in a World War II bunker they own in Hamburg. They perform live using a Macbook Pro laptop as the heart of the act.]

7. Sneaky Creeps – “It Must Be Chemical”

from: World Cup / Independent / Nov. 2010

[Max Crutcher, Andy Davis, Andy Erdrich all met while going to KCAI. Andy Erdrich, who is also a co-founder of BREAD! KC reports that The Sneaky Creeps are working on a new album to be released very soon!]

10:35 – Interview with Sean Starowitz and Joy Costa

Originally from Louisville Kentucky, Sean Starowitz, is a recent graduate of The Kansas City Art Institute, and founder of BREAD! KC, an art project he conceived in 2010 that creates funding for local artists by hosting a dinner, where for a $10 donation, diners are served a bowl of fresh soup, fresh baked bread, and a ballot. Three different creative projects are presented, and diners vote for one to receive the money collected from the evening. In under a year, BREAD! KC has awarded over $3000.00 in micro-grants to area writers, gardeners, bands and artists. Joining us in the conversation was Joy Costa who along with Andrew Erdrich became partners with Sean to continue creating BREAD! KC events.

Sean, talked about how moving to KC, going to art school, during the recession, meant that some of his Community Art Projects were motivated by hunger, including his “Wheels for Meals project.” Another early project that Sean was a part of was the “S’Mores Cart” with Kurt Flecksing, and “No Show Thursdays.”

Food and Art seem to always go together, with Culinary Artists working to make our food into art. Kansas City is know for many great restaurants, and many great art spaces too, and often they come together, like Cafe Sebastienne at The Kemper Museum of Modern Art. BREAD! KC seems to celebrate a more basic element, that we all need to eat, and why not find a creative, community art project, to share the feast and make new connections.

Joy has had the opportunity to work in many of KC’s finest kitchens and currently works for Bistro Kids. Sean was offered a job working for Farm to Market Bakery, through his work with BREAD! KC. Door to Door Organics and Farm to Market have been a big help to BREAD! KC. BREAD! KC events have raised over $3000.00 in under a year for worthy projects.

Andy Erdrich, Erin Alm Shipman, Winifred Wright are part of BREAD! KC Team and are currently looking to find a venue for your September 25th BREAD! KC Event. In October the BREAD! KC event will be at the Kansas City Art Institute. More info at breadkc.wordpress.com


8. City and Colour – “Fragile Bird”

from: Little Hell / Vagrant Records / June 7, 2011

[1st single from, the 3rd album from, City and Colour, the recording alias for Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green, who was also the guitarist & vocalist of the post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. He plays acoustic and folk music and is often accompanied by a rotating number of Canadian indie rock musicians. The name City and Colour comes from his own name: Dallas, a city, and Green, a colour. His reasoning for the name was that he felt queasy “putting the album out under the name Dallas Green.”]

9. Fruit Bats – “You’re Too Weird”

from: Tripper / Sub Pop / Aug 2, 2011

[5th album since signing with Sub Pop Records in 2001. Formed in Chicago in 1997 by singer/songwriter Eric D. Johnson who has performed as a side man in the the band Califone and as the leader of I Rowboat.]

10. Caveman – “Thankful”

from: Coco Beware / Smiling Violet – Trade Root / Digital Release: Sept. 13, 2011

[Physical Release: November 15, 2011. Formed in New York in January of 2010]


11. Gillian Welch – “Summer Evening”

from: Going Driftless An Artist’s Tribute to Greg Brown / Red House / 2002

[Going Driftless features female songwriters including: Lucinda Williams, Ani DiFranco, Iris Dement, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Greg Brown’s three daughters & more, who’ve joined forces to record a tribute album, each selecting their own favorite song by Brown to benefit The Breast Cancer Fund. Grammy nominated singer songwriter and big friend to 90.1 FM, Iris DeMent married Greg Brown on November 21, 2002, here in Kansas City, in the offices of Rev. Sam Mann, at St. Mark Church. Iris DeMent and Greg Brown will be making a very rare appearance, in concert TOGETHER, here in Kansas City, at The Folly Theatre, on 11-11-11, in a special benefit for St. Mark’s Early Childhood Development Center. More info and suprises to come!]

[Gillian Welch’s new release, “The Harrow & The Harvest” on Acony Records, is her first record in over 7 years. Gillian Welch plays Liberty Hall in Lawrence on Sunday September 4]

12. Guy Forsythe – “Hometown Boy”

from: Calico Girl / Small and Nimble Records / May 20, 2008

[Austin Texas, singer songwriter Guy Forsythe plays Knuckleheads, 2715 Rochester, Saturday September 3, at 9:00 PM. knuckleheadskc.com for more information.]

13. Bon Iver – “Calgary”

from: Bon Iver / Jagjaguary Records / June 21, 2008

[2nd full-length album from indie-folk band Bon Iver, founded by singer-songwriter Justin Vernon who released Bon Iver’s debut album, For Emma, Forever Ago independently in July 2007. That album was recorded while Vernon spent three months in a remote cabin in Northwestern Wisconsin. This second album has been described as an “ambitious musical departure.” It made it’s debut at number one on the Danish and Norwegian Album Charts. Bon Iver will be playing The Uptown Theatre on Friday, September 9, with Kathleen Edwards, in a show that is now SOLD OUT.]

11:15- Interview & Live performance from: Sterling Witt

14. Sterling Witt – “Desensitized” LIVE

also available on: Shadows and Secrets / Bright Orange Records / 2010

Sterling Witt is an Artist and Musician who since 2000 has released six full length recordings. Sterling joins us today to share his latest songs and talk about his new band, The Evolution, featuring: Eric Knight on bass, and Allan Winkler on drums. Sterling Witt & The Evolution will be in concert Sat, Sept 3, at 9:30 PM, at CODA, 1744 Broadway Blvd KC. Nicolette Paige will also be joining Sterling on stage and opening the evening! Michelle Gormlie who will be in town for the show from San Diego CA, will join Sterling on stage for a song.


15. Sterling Witt – “Perfect Girl” LIVE

also available on: Sounds of The Future / Bright Orange Records / 2010

Sterling went to Joplin last week with a volunteer crew, to help clean up and rebuild the town.


16. Sterling Witt – “You’re The One” LIVE

also available on: Sounds of The Future / Bright Orange Records / 2010

Sterling is releasing a new single: “You’re the One” a duet with Michelle Gormlie. This single CD also includes a cover version of “Lacucaracha.” Sterling is also releasing brand new “Perfect Girl” shirts that he designed in homage to the song: “Perfect Girl.”

Sterling, recently hosted the 2nd Annual Birthday Bash at his farm house – art farm, with a 50 foot bonfire and an acoustic concert, with Jon Stubblefield opening.


17. Sterling Witt – “Hollow Moon” LIVE

also available on: Sounds of The Future / Bright Orange Records / 2010

Sterling Witt and The Evolution, featuring: Eric Knight on bass, and Allan Winkler on drums will be in concert Sat, Sept 3, at 9:30 PM, at CODA, 1744 Broadway Blvd KC. Nicolette Paige will also be joining Sterling on stage and opening the evening! More info at: sterlingwitt.com


18. Stephin Merritt – “The Sun and the Sea and the Sky”

from: Obscurities / Merge Records / August 30, 2011

[In 1999, The Magnetic Fields’ three-CD collection 69 Love Songs established Stephin Merritt as one of this generation’s most talented songwriters. The Los Angeles Times hails Merritt as “one of indie-rock’s most acclaimed figures.” For those who’ve wondered if the Magnetic Fields had a spare, 70th love song in the cupboard back in 1999, the answer is yes: “The Sun and the Sea and the Sky,” which skewers songwriting clichés about the natural world even as Mr. Merritt beckons his lover to frolic in the great outdoors. Stephin Merritt writes that “this song didn’t go on 69 Love Songs because it wasn’t actually about romantic love. Now it sounds like a Germanic hymn to nature, as directed by Leni Riefenstahl.” This previously unreleased track is part of Stephin Merritt release, Obscurities, in his return to Merge Records. This is a collection of Merritt’s hard-to-find recordings dating back to his time on Merge (1994 1999) and prior, as well as five previously unreleased tracks. The Magnetic Fields will be releasing their new album on Merge in early 2012.]

19. Death Cab For Cutie – “Underneath the Sycamore”

from: Codes and Keys / Atlantic Records / May 27, 2011

[7th studio album was recorded in studios up and down the West Coast, in short bursts over a period of seven months. Lead singer and band lyricist, Ben Gibbard stated, “I feel like if there is a theme of home throughout the record, it has as much to do because of the changes that have happened in my life,” Gibbard says. “I’ve moved from Seattle to Los Angeles, I’ve gotten married, I’ve rediscovered what the definition of home is.”.]

20. Nicolette Paige – “Do You Love Me?”

from: The Other Side / Independent / (As yet unreleased allbum)

[Nicolette Paige is a Kansas City based singer-songwriter from Kansas City, Kansas. More info: nicolettepaige.com or myspace.com/nicolettepaigemusic. Nicolette Paige will perform with and open for Sterling Witt & The Evolution, Sat, Sept 3, at 9:30 PM, at CODA, 1744 Broadway Blvd KC.]

21. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”

from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]


Sources for Notes: Artist’s websites noted above and wikipedia.org

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