DJ Prudence & art

Looking At A Glass Onion…

DJ Prudence displays her artwork, a painting entitled “Glass Onion”. It’s her re-imagining of the classic Lennon song from The White Album. This one-of-a-king piece will be offered today on The Beatles’ “Here, There & Everywhere” program, along with other Fab Four thank you gifts and of course your requests. Thursday mornings without George, Paul, Ringo and John would not be the same…call in during our Pledge Drive, 831-459-2811 or DONATE online to support community radio and this program.

 

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French/African Music Show March 16th

Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal  will be performing at the First Congregational Church of Santa Cruz at 8 pm on Saturday, March 16th. Sissoko is a Malian Kora player; Segal is a French cellist. The fusion of the two resulted in a collaboration of soothing chamber music featured on their newest album, “At Peace”. NPR refers to “At Peace” as “the most beautiful world music record of the decade”. Find out for yourself March 16th.

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New Growlers Album: Hung At Heart

Self-branded as “Beach Goth”, the Orange County crew The Growlers are road warriors. Playing a seemingly endless string of dates, the quintet wander the country like modern day pranksters delivering a tight set of their jaunty organ-infused surf rock. Costa Mesa’s psych-surf garage outfit took time off the road to produce their third LP, a collection of  15 songs that capture the essence of rock ‘n’ roll born on the beach and raised on the road. “Hung At Heart” is the band’s most thought out release yet. While past albums have sounded similar from song to song, the Growlers make sure this record has tracks that stand out from each other. The opener “Someday” showcases the lyrics of frontman Brooks Nielsen. “Living In A Memory” has a western vibe that chugs along. “In Between” serves as a manifesto for the boozy day-glo group. The album is, as we say, “all killer, no filler” with something for everyone who wants to rock. You’ll definitely hear The Growlers on all sorts of  shows on the Great 88.

Beatles 68

Unseen Beatles From 1968

The Beatles recorded 25 takes of “Hey Jude” at Abbey Road Studios in two nights, July 29th and 30th, in 1968. Here’s a new find from the film archives of this recording session. If you love The Fab Four like we do, you’ll want to listen in Thursday mornings from 6-9 each week when The Great 88 presents the greatest band of all time in all their glory during “Here, There & Everywhere” on KZSC. Support community radio and 3 hours of Beatles during the On-Air Pledge Drive this week!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcS_6X0fevo