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Thursday July 19, 2018

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week, Daily Dylan and more

3:30pm Artist of the Week- Rhiannon Giddens

5:30 Daily Dylan - The soundtrack to Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid was released this week in 1973.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: The War on Drugs

It's an encore presentation of our session with The War on Drugs. The band performs live music from their album, A Deeper Understanding, which won the Grammy award for Best Rock Album earlier this year. And lead singer and guitarist Adam Granduciel talks about making the record, discovering Bob Dylan's music and learning to manage his anxiety.
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Friday July 20, 2018

Folk Tales 12:00 pm (repeat)
Derroll Adams and more

This week host Scott Alarik will feature Derroll Adams??the most famous folksinger we've never heard of as well as much more.

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week, Daily Dylan and more

3:30pm Artist of the Week- Rhiannon Giddens

5:30 Daily Dylan - The soundtrack to Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid was released this week in 1973.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Low Cut Connie

Adam Weiner is the leader of the piano-rock outfit Low-Cut Connie, and he's got a lot of fans, including Sir Elton John, who featured his music on his Beats 1 radio show. Plus, former POTUS Barack Obama added "Boozophilia" to his Spotify summer playlist. Star endorsements are good, but the music lives up to the hype. Low Cut Connie will play songs from their new album Dirty Pictures (Part 2) and Adam will play DJ with some of his favorite records.
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Saturday July 21, 2018

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
The Beatles Summertime '45 releases

Back in the 1960's the summertime usually meant lots of Beatle vinyl 45 releases. We'll feature some of them on today's show. You'll hear songs like all You Need Is Love, Help, And I Love Her and more, all played from original vinyl. John Lennon lost his mom to a drunk driver this month back in 1957. We'll recall Julia Lennon and her impact and influence on her son John.
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Cat Stevens and more

Singer-songwriter Cat Stevens and Bernie Leadon celebrate Birthdays which Albert will highlight.
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Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Kat Edmonson

Singer and songwriter Kat Edmonson will play Guest DJ for an hour and select music that has influenced her.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Bruce Cockburn and more

Live music from Bruce Cockburn, Leif Vollebekk, Birds of Chicago and Allison Pierce
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Spinning the Blues 8:00 pm
Blues from all over

This week Holly Harris will feature a wide array of Blues artists from the past.
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Sunday July 22, 2018

Acoustic Sunrise 8:00 am
Ricky Skaggs and more

Happy Birthday to Ricky Skaggs, Emily Sailers and Rufus Wainwright

American Routes 12:00 pm
Record Mavens: Dan Auerbach and Joel Savoy take on the Music Industry

Traveling at the speed of 45 RPM, we sink into the record grooves of some of our favorite songs and talk to the studio wizards who produced them. First stop is Nashville, home to Music Row as well as Easy Eye Sound, the recording studio of Black Keys guitarist Dan Auerbach. We talk with Auerbach about his journey in music, from hearing vinyl on his parents' turntable in Akron, Ohio, to cutting records with some of Nashville's legendary session players. Then we head to French Louisiana to chat with Cajun music maven Joel Savoy of Valcour Records about documenting and expanding the region's traditional sounds. Heading east to the Fertile Crescent of American music and our hometown, we remember New Orleans' Harold Battiste, who started All For One Records?the first African American owned label in the South?and arranged hits for Sam Cooke, Dr. John and Sonny & Cher, among others. Plus, more jukebox gold from Little Anthony & the Imperials, June Carter and the Lovin' Spoonful.
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
music from Kazakhstan and more

We head East for a few weeks to listen to some extraordinary recordings from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkistan.
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
Tony Cuffe

We honor remarkable Scottish singer, guitarist, harp and whistle player,Tony Cuffe. Sadly Tony passed away a few years ago, but left a wonderful body of work. He was a member of several bands: Alba, Jock Tamsons Bairns and Ossian
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Local Folk 7:00 pm
Samantha Farrell and more!

New music from Samantha Farrell, who has two separate recording projects going this year. She'll be live in studio to perform!
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Monday July 23, 2018

World Cafe 10:00 pm
ENCORE: Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass had a new album written but not yet recorded when the 2016 election happened. With how she had been feeling after the results came in, you might expect an angry sounding record, but The Future and The Past is full of a dancy sense of hope. She will explain why, and how Stevie Wonder is partially responsible on the next World Cafe
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Tuesday July 24, 2018

World Cafe 10:00 pm
ENCORE: William Patrick Corgan

Ogilala is the solo album from William Patrick Corgan, the Smashing Pumpkins bandleader who you probably better know as Billy. Corgan's solo album is the first where he felt comfortable being completely himself - hear about that and some live solo acoustic performances on the next World Cafe.
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Wednesday July 25, 2018

World Cafe 10:00 pm
ENCORE: Courtney Barnett

On her latest album Tell Me How You Really Feel, Courtney Barnett serves up the sort of sharp lyrics and shredded guitars that fans fell in love with on her debut in 2015. She talks about working with Kurt Vile, being married to Jen Cloher - another songwriter, and Courtney Barnett performs live on the next World Caf
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