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Added a few episodes from The Gramophone -- a weekly radio show featuring jazz, swing, blues, old time and bluegrass, primarily from the 1920s-1940s that I did while in Cambridge. Unfortunately I didn't figure out how to download the shows until months later, so I only have the last four shows since by then the others had expired on the archive. The mp3s of these shows are about 55MB each.

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Swing/Jazz/Old-Time/Blues Mixes

N/A Les Salonnieres Pool Party - 9/30/2010 - 1 hour from an invite-only secret pool party in the Lower East Side. Features early R&B (Ruth Brown, Chubby Checker), surf classics (The Ventures, Beach Boys, Dick Dale), rockabilly (Carl Perkins) and more!
N/A The Gramophone CUR1350 (UK) - 6/15/06 - "Silly Nonsense/Farewell" - My last show. A mix of silly nonsense songs from the likes of Kay Kyser & His Orchestra, Slim Gaillard and the Andrews Sisters, plus a few goodbye tunes at the end.
N/A The Gramophone CUR1350 (UK) - 6/8/06 - "Modern Bands, Old Sounds" - A showcase of relatively contemporary artists covering old songs or playing original tunes that have an old feel. Features songs from Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Smog and more. I also play some of the original old tunes that inspired the modern versions.
N/A The Gramophone CUR1350 (UK) - 6/1/06 - "Sexpisode" - A sex-themed show with lots of dirty blues and swing. Songs include Lillie Mae Kirkman - "He's Just My Size", Wynonie Harris - "Keep on Churnin' ('Till The Butter Comes)", The Swallows - "It Ain't The Meat (It's The Motion)" and more!
N/A The Gramophone CUR1350 (UK) - 5/25/06 - "Got My Mojo Workin'" - Guys and gals sing about how great they are in bed, how many chicks they can bag, etc. Lots of blues and old time, also some swing and western swing. Featuring Jimmie Rodgers' famous "T for Texas" song ("I can get more women than a passenger train can haul..."), Sippie Wallace - "It's Tight Like That", and Billy Ward & The Dominoes - "Sixty Minute Man".
Listener Hour radio show for WFMU (NJ) - A guest set of jazz, swing, blues and old-time music. Aired April 24, 2005.


Electronic Mixes
From my days as a globe-trotting club DJ. These mixes are in chronological order and date from about 2001-2004.

"Brasileira" Mix CD - Old, new, electronic or acoustic -- if it's Brazilian and it's delicioso para suas orelhas, you might find it here.
"On The Outside Looking In" Mix CD - house, tech-house.
N/A Live house set broadcast on from Halcyon, Brooklyn NY.
N/A "Bad Manners" Mix CD - rough, tough nu skool... just the way I like it.
"Breaks FM" Mix CD - made for Breaks FM (UK). Aired Sept. 7, 2002.
"Search to Lose" Mix CD - Pretty, vocal, melodic breaks
N/A Live breaks set on "Friday Nite Express" WNYU 89.1FM (NY) - First hour.
N/A "No Exit" Mix CD - Mostly nu skool breaks
N/A Live breaks set on "Solid State" K-Rock 92.3FM
N/A "Breaksmix" Mix CD - Funky happy Florida breaks

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